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Operation

1. Materials: Materials used will be as per the material submittal approved by the
engineer and routing as well and sizes will be as per the approved drawings in co-
ordination with other services.
2. Storage / Protection: Cable Trays, Trunking and Accessories shall be unloaded with
care to avoid any damages. If they are shipped in packs or pallets, each pack of pallet
shall be lifted individually with suitable lifting equipment. Every precaution shall be
Installation Of
taken to preserve their cleanliness before installation.
Cable Tray Or Trunking System For Building
Electrical Services
1. To make sure that the entire installation is in conformance and in accordance with the
design intent of the project for the Electrical and Low Voltage System in addition to
the specification and as per approved shop drawings and comply with Local and
International Standards.
2. Adhere to the drawings as closely as possible. The right is reserved to vary the runs
and sizes of Cable Trays / Trunking and to make offsets but maintain as far as
possible the free area of each duct work section, where necessary to accommodate
conditions arising at the building.
3. Before beginning installation in any area, examine all parts of the adjoining work onto
which applicable work is to be placed. Should any condition be found which will
prevent the proper execution of the work, installation shall not proceed in that area
until such conditions are corrected by the contractor.
4. Cable Tray / Trunking shall be stored on site under cover in dry, well ventilated
storage facilities.
5. Where sizes of Cable Trays / Trunking are not detailed on drawing then tray shall be
adequately sized to support the cables without bunching and a 25% reserve margin
shall be allowed in size and weight be loaded.
6. All routes are chosen to allow ease of access to all cables when installed. All
horizontal cables are to be set around all vertical rising services as necessary. Ensure
sufficient clearance from soffit for every installation.
7. Earth continuity conductors shall be provided across gaps in all Cable Tray / Trunking
runs and bolted connections.
8. Support shall be by means of steel brackets installed at intervals necessary to provide
a rigid fixing and to ensure that deflection does not exceed 5mm mid span of support
when fully loaded. Treatment of cut edges as per cut edges to be included. Supports
for Tray / Trunking (spacing) shall be as per standard practice and manufacturer's
recommendations.
9. Additional support shall be provided where the Cable Tray / Trunking changes
direction or cables drop out of the cable tray. Dome headed bolts, nuts and washers
of finish suitable to the tray shall be used between trays.
10. Suspension sets comprise threaded M10 zinc or cadmium plated hanger rods
together with nuts and locking washers, supports channel hold down clips all of which
shall have a galvanized finish. Any cut ends supports, rods, etc, must be corrosion
protected by use of galvanized or equal. No extended rods to be left.
11. The cable tray shall be installed with a 40mm minimum space between the structure
and the tray.
12. All cable shall be securely fixed to the tray, work and the complete installation must
be carried out in a neat and workmanlike manner without crossovers.
13. Cables on face-up horizontally fixed tray must be secured by use of the tie wraps
where not in view. If cables are bunched or single cables greater than 25sq mm are
installed, cleats or metal straps shall be used.
7. Responsibilities
1. Project Manager:
a. To ensure that all the preparation and application works are carried out according to
the Contract Specification.
b. To ensure that the progressing of works is carried out according to the planned
program and as per the approved method statement.
c. To ensure that all equipment and material required executing the work are available
according to the planned Construction Programme.
d. To co-ordinate with the Main Contractor, MEP co-coordinator and Safety Officer for
a safe and proper execution of the works.
2. Site Engineer:
a. To ensure that the works are carried out according to the Contract Specifications
approved method statement.
b. To provide all necessary information and distribute responsibilities to his
construction team.
c. To monitor the progress of work in relation with the work program and to report to
the Project Manager.
d. To co-ordinate with the safety officer and to ensure that the works are carried out in
safe practicing methods.
3. Foreman:
a. The foreman will carry out his duties by maintaining continuous coordination with
the site engineer on daily basis, and ensure proper distribution of the workforce in
the required and planned locations.
b. To ensure that his assistant foreman/ charge hands are aware of the job
requirements and they have enough information to carry out their duties properly.
c. To ensure in consultation with the site engineer that the manpower involved in the
works are moving as agreed and planned for the work.
d. To ensure that the daily work is progressing as planned and advice the Site
Engineer of any requirement for the additional resources.
e. To control disposal of waste materials according to the instructions received from
the site engineer.
f. To ensure full coordination with the safety officer to maintain safe working and
proper housekeeping of the site, following the approved safety measures and
further ensure that all his working team are aware of the same to prevent accident
and losses.
g. To inform the site engineer and of the areas ready for inspection.
h. Distribution and the control of materials shall be monitored by foreman and
storekeeper.
4. Safety Engineer:
a. Ensure the implementation of all the safety measures in accordance with the HSE
plan and everybody aware of it for it's proper implementation.
b. Ensure all the implemented safety measures are adequate to maintain the safe
working on the site.
c. Inspect all the site activities and train the persons to prevent accidents and its
proper reporting to the project manager and the client.
d. Ensure that the site is maintained clean and tidy.
8. Manpower Required
Charge Hand and Experienced Technicians

9. Inspection And Test Plan Format For Installation


Of Cable Tray Or Trunking
ITP Verifying /
Inspection Type of Reference Testing Requirement/
Clause Control Data
Description Inspection Document Acceptance Criteria
No Forms
Design
drawings,
Design and Review of Design
1 All the Drawings Authorities
Drawings Documents Drawings
Departments
Requirements.
Approved
Material Review of Should be as per the approved Documents
2 Drawing,
Approval Documents drawing and Specification Submittals
Specification
Check Proper bends correct level and Approved
Approved
Installation of Location, route material should Drawing
3 Visual Method
Cable Tray / have minimum status of No Method
Statement
Trunking Objection with comments (2) Statement
Visual
Request for
Measurement Approved Approved
4 inspection of No obstructions Level, Routes
Instrument, Earth Drawings Drawings
works
Test

10. Materials Requirement


Cable tray / trunking and accessories
11. Equipment Requirement
The equipment that will be engaged for Installation of Cable Trays and Trunking works
will be as follows:
1. Wire cutters
2. Hacksaw
3. Measuring tape
4. Drill machine
5. Wooden hammer
6. Flat file
7. Screw drivers
8. Open and box spanners
9. Base Cutter

12. Health and Safety


Strictly followed as per the manufacturer's Health and Safety recommendations for
handling and use of the materials. Ensure all involved personnel shall be aware of the
same.

13. Supporting Documentation


This method Statement should be read in conjunction with the below referenced
documentations:
ITP for Cable Tray and Trunking

14. Distribution
Copies of this method statement have also been issued to the following for information/
action/ comments:
Project Manager
Site Engineer
Foremen