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Title & description of

To dry up at site, remove LV motor to workshop for dry up, re-install & perform run test.
Work/ Job:
Company : PEC Date :
Work Location / Area: JSA No: HOA-WP-IAE-3050
Equipment / Material & To be attached
Hand tools, Multimeter, megger, Cloth, temperature gun,
Tools to be Used : to PTW Number:
Base Risk Risk
(Before (After
Sequence of provide provide
NO. Basic Work Potential Hazard Consequences control Control Measures control Action By :
Step measures) measures
Preparation to  Unauthorized  Personal  Obtain a Valid PTW with relevant Certificates. Maintain
entry. Injury proper barricade with warning sign to prevent unauthorized
dry up the motor
entry. Permit
at site remove  Conduct START Meeting before commencing the task 2 1 L Requester/
informing the workers of the task descriptions/Hazards & Supervisor’s
motor to
Control Measures.
workshop for dry 2 2 L  Discuss START in dual language for clear understanding
as required.
up in case IR
 Ensure Barrication, Signage’s are in place.
still low.  Supervisor to ensure control of access within the
barricaded area.
 Only the person who have certificate of electrical safety
level 3/5 and higher is allowed to work on live electrical part
 Presence of  Fire &  Area gas test prior to entry and continuous gas monitoring 3 1 L
hydrocarbon Explosion 3 2 M by using 4 in 1 Gas monitor.
 Electricity  Electrocution  Attach LOTO certificate with relevant & sufficient isolation
 Personal points. Provide marked up SLD
Injury  Permit Issuer to verify all Isolation Points and make sure 3 1 L
3 2 M
zero energy.
 Use adequate required SPPE/ Arc Resistant Suit, safety
shoes and proper hand gloves
 Conflict Hot work  Personal  Ensure that no hot work activities around open process
activities Injury equipment. 3 1 L
 Fire & 3 2 M  Attend SIMOPS meeting with NSRP Planner & Operator
explosion one day before start work to confirm that no conflicting
activities with 15 meters such as hot works.
 Defective  Personal  All tools shall be checked prior to use. 3 1 L
tools/testing Injury  Defective tools to remove immediately from site.
3 2 M
devices  Property  All testing devices must have valid NSRP sticker
 Poor ergonomic  Personal  Adopt good body positioning during execution of task.
Injury  Observer proper posture in manual handling of materials. 3 1 L
 Ensure craftsman are briefed on potential ergonomic
3 2 M hazards with regards to poor body postures.
 Ensure proper hand grips of tools, materials and
equipment’s are maintained during manual handling.

Perform  Electricity  Electrocution  Only authorized operator can perform Turn OFF/Turn ON 3 2 M
Isolation and  Only authorized electrical isolator can perform Rack
De-isolation 3 3 H out/Rack In
(Rack Out/Rack  Use adequate required SPPE/ Arc Resistant Suit, safety Task
In) shoes and proper hand gloves Supervisor/
 Wrong/insufficient  Short circuit  Identify the correct equipment before isolation as per 3 2 M Workers
isolation  Personal Isolation certificate
Injury 3 3 H  Confirm LOTO is applied
 Affect to
Remove & Re-  Electricity  Electrocution  Discharge residual voltage using discharge rod at the 3 2 M
3. install motor motor terminal box Task
 Confirm no voltage at the motor terminal using multimeter Supervisor/
I. Disconnect & 3 3 H  Use adequate required PPE i.e. insulated rubber gloves, Workers
Connect Cable hard hat, safety shoes, safety goggles
II. Remove
 Work at height  Personal  Trained personnel only can work at height
Injury  Inspect safety harness before use and check the validity
color code of safety harness before using it
 When ascending or descending a ladder, maintain three
Tightening Bolts
points of contact with the ladder at all times
& Nuts.
 Ensure to use Safety Harness to Work above 1.8m from
basic ground level
III. Shift to  Access & Egress must be kept free from obstructions
workshop  Wrong cable  Equipment  Mark & disconnect cable to avoid motor rotate in wrong 3 1 M
3 3 H
connection damage direction
IV. Re-install
 Wrong handling  Personal  Check to verify that all tools exertion as spanner to be fully
motor after dry
up at WS.
of working tools Injury engaged to nut before exertion of force. 3 1 L
3 2 M  Ensure only authorized and trained personnel to perform
unbolting activities, tools to be secured by user.
 Use torque wrench for tightening of motor terminals
 Swinging Hand  Personal  Wrench holders for manual flogging for unbolting.
Tools. Injury  Ensure proper working gloves are worn. 3 1 L
3 2 M
 Ensure tools has proper hand grip.
 Use impact wrench for bolt loosening as first choice
 Pinch point  Personal  Keep away hands from moving parts and sharp edges.
Injury  Gloves are to be worn at all times and ensure they are in 3 1 L
3 2 M
good working condition.
 Use appropriate tools for right job.
 Falling from  Fatality  Use of proper fall protection system, full safety harness
height  Personal with Self-Retracting Lifelines, proper anchor point when 3 1 L
Injury overreaching or working platform near any opening.
 Check for scaffold validity and ensure that green tag is
present before using the scaffold,
3 3 H  Maintain 3 points contact at all times.
 100% tie off when working on the scaffolding.
 Avoid working at the edge of platform. Stay away from Line
of fire.
 Ensure that access and egress is kept free from any
obstruction at all times.
 Falling objects  Property  Unused tools to be kept in proper containment. Working
Damage area is to be kept tidy and organized. 3 1 L
 Personal  All tools, bolts, nuts etc. shall be put on the metal tray or
Injury proper bag to avoid falling down.
 Tie off hand tools with lanyards if feasible when working at
3 3 H
 Barricade the area below to prevent unauthorized entry of
 Avoid tools/materials from blocking the access and egress
at all times.
 Maintain proper cable management and housekeeping at
all times.
 Slips, Trips and  Personal  Maintain housekeeping at all times and removes unwanted
falls. Injury materials 3 2 M
3 3 H  Identify and communicate all potential tripping hazards.

 Weather  Heat Rash  Drink water at regular intervals.

 Heat Stress  Heat Cramps  Workers to have frequent break.
 Rain  Heat Stroke  Follow heat stress chart. 3 1 L
 Heavy Rain  Closely monitor the Heat Index and follow the
 Strong wind 3 3 H requirements.
and heavy  Suspend Work if Rains Heavily.
downfall  Monitor weather condition and forecast continuously
 All work at height and/or lifting activities shall be stopped or
as advised by the client.
IR test  Electricity  Electrocution  Use adequate required PPE i.e. insulated rubber gloves, 3 1 L Task
 Equipment hard hat, safety shoes, safety goggles Supervisor/
damage  Do not work in wet conditions. Workers
 Clear the testing area from any possible obstruction which
can affect the testing work.
 Discharge cable before commence IR testing.
 Check and make sure the frame/motor body is grounded
3 3 H
 No other works to be allowed on the MCC side / upstream
side during megger test
 Never touch the conductors during test.
 Properly discharge the connections after testing.
 Do not conduct mega test without gas testing in the hazard
 All devices used for testing like Multimeter, megger must
have valid NSRP inspection sticker.
Function  Noise  Loss of  Wear ear plugs 3 1 L Task
test/Motor Run  Wrong hearing  Ensure correct point on the MCC is been de-isolated to Supervisor/
Test equipment de-  Affect to perform function/run test. Workers
operation 3 1 L  Do not wear loose clothing.
 Personal  All devices used to monitor temperature, Vibration,
 Unauthorized injury Meggar to be in good condition and with valid NSRP
inspection sticker
 Area to be well barricaded with appropriate signages
Apply Silicon  Skin contact  Skin irritation  Refer attached MSDS. 2 1 L Task
6 sealing at   Slight eye Supervisor/
terminal box
Eye contact 2 1 L  Use proper hand gloves
irritation  Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water Workers

House keeping  Scattered  Personal  Maintain Good House Keeping at work location.
Material Injury  All materials to be stacked and arranged in well-organized 3 1 L Task
 Slip/ Trip / Fall  Property manner. Supervisor/
 Pinch point. damage  Keep away finger from pinch point and wear leather gloves Workers
3 2 M
 Materials get all the time.
damage.  All materials placed at location to be barricaded.
 Excess material  Excess material to be returned back to NSRP Warehouse.
left on location.  Ensure area is kept neat & tidy.

Remark: “L” = Likely hood, “S” = Severity, “R” = Risk

Normally Work/Job shall be allowed to start if the Risk after applying control measures equal or smaller/less than “Moderate” as per “04-HSE-HS-PD-022; Hazard Identification,
Risk Management and Control Procedure”
Signature Name Time & date

Prepared By :

Checked By :
(Responsible Manager)
HSSE Reviewed :
Confirmed By :
(PTW issuer/ approver)
JSA Work Details and checklists
Date: JSA Ref #
To dry up at site, remove motor to workshop for dry up, re-
Description of Work: Permit # (If applicable)
install & perform run test
(A) Identify Potential Hazards for The JOB

Hazard Prompt List (Review the job steps and identify if any of the following hazards are applicable) Potential Hazard Exposure Mechanisms

 Electricity  Weather □ Excavations/ Earthworks □ Struck – by, against

□ Hot/ Cold Objects □ Insect/ Animal Bites □ Fire  Contact with
□ Introduction of Non Native
Rotating Equipment  Lighting □ □ Contacted by
□ Vehicles □ Driving Hazards □ Harm to Flora/ fauna  Caught – in, on, Under, between, against
□ Muscular Stress  Falling Objects □ Historical Sites □ Exposure – temperature, chemicals, noise, dust
□ Mental Stress  Noise □ Vegetation Clearing  Slip, Trip or Fall – from heights, same level
□ Repetitive Work □ Radiation □ Spills/ Leaks □ Complete Manual Handling Risk Assessment attached
Other Mobile/ Stationary
 Heights □ Hydrocarbon/ Gas Release □ □ Overexertion/ excessive force – lifting, pushing, pulling,
□ Lone Worker □ Surfaces □ Pressure (Stored Energy) □ Escape of Material – oil spill, gas release, light spill
□ Vibration  Tools/ Equipment □ Fumes/ Vapour /Dust  Human Factors
 Moving Objects  Human Factors □ Light Spill
□ Confined Spaces □ Off Road □ Depths
Other (List additional Hazards
□ Asbestos □ Chemicals □
Personal Protective Equipment
 Eye/Face protection  Hearing protection □ Respiratory protection  other
 Head protection □ Safety/Rescue line  Safety harness  Weather condition • hot/dry
  • wet
 Foot protection Hand protection Gas detector • windy
 Body protection □ Spill prevention and clean up □ Light shields • cold
Appendix 4: SWMS & JSA Meeting Form


Work Title: To dry up at site, remove motor to workshop for dry up, re-install & perform run test

PTW No: Date:

PTW Requester: Name/Signature:

A. Subject Discussed

1 Safety
2 Preparation Work
3 Steps / Procedure to be followed
4 Hazards involved in each steps.
5 Equipment in use

B. Attendance List
Name Div./ Section Position Signature
1 Maintenance Electrical
2 Maintenance Electrical
C. Feedback
Safe Work Method
Statement No.4 DATE:
TITLE: To dry up at site, remove motor to workshop for dry up, re-install & perform run test

Purpose / Scope 1.1 To remove motor to workshop for dry up, re-install & perform run test
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-009 Rev.01 START Procedure.
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-004 Rev03 JSA and SWMS Procedure
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-001 Rev03 PPE Management Procedure.
2.0  MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-003 Rev09 PTW Procedure.
References 2.1 etc.
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-012 Rev02 Lock Out Tag Out procedure
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-042 Rev01 Electrical safety procedure
 MD-04-HSE-HS-PD-048 Rev02 Hot work safety procedure
 NSRP Maintenance, Operation
 PTW Issuer, PTW Approver: As per the PTW and applicable procedure.
 Permit Requester: is responsible for total co-ordination of works such as establishment of detail

3.0 Responsibilities 3.1 etc. plan/schedule/procedures with NSRP permit issuer & subcontractor, arrangement of work location
and required utilities.
 Task Supervisor: is responsible for all co-ordination/supervising/implementation works at site.
 PECI executes all works.
4.0 Equipment 4.1 etc.

5.0 Material 5.1 etc. 1 Task Supervisor, 1 technician

6.0 Resources 6.1 etc. Hand Tools, Multimeter, megger,

Noted: wear arc plash PPE during Rack In/ Rack Out

Refer below steps:

1. Confirm tag number as per the permit to work & WO.
7.0 Procedure 7.1 etc.
2. Inform to operator/asset owner/ DCS operator before commencing of the work.
3. Inform to operator to isolate the power supply of motor at MCC.
4. Rack out MCC by authorized isolator and apply LOTO
5. Open the terminal box cover of motor, confirm no voltage at motor terminal by multimeter and
discharge the residual voltage.
6. Perform cleaning & dry up motor terminal box at the site
7. Check IR value, winding resistance if passed with criteria required going to step 19.
8. In case the IR value still low, Marking & then disconnect the power cable at terminal box and
protection cable lug by insulation tape
9. Disconnect coupling and remove bolts with support of ROT team.
10. Shift motor to workshop.
11. Dismantle motor at workshop by special tools, then cleaning rotor shaft and stator.
12. Check the condition of bearing, replace with new bearing if found any corrosion, abnormality.
13. Dry up stator at workshop and keep monitoring.
14. After dried up, waiting for the stator body temperature reach to the atmospheric/room
temperature. Measure the winding resistance, IR test again.
15. If IR value passed, re-assemble motor, hand turn and check for any abnormal sound of motor.
16. Bring motor to site, re-install with support of ROT & re-connect cable as per the marking.
17. Use torque wrench to tighten the motor terminals and close the terminal box.
18. Alignment and re-connect coupling.
19. Confirm IR test for motor at MCC before run test.
20. Inform operator to de-isolate for motor solo test run if required.
21. Check and confirm the motor direction of rotation witness by ROT & operation team.
22. Record the current at MCC and measurement vibration, temperature values.
23. Apply silicon sealing at the motor terminal box.
24. Inform to operation to complete the job.
25. Cleaning working area and close the PTW.
26. End
Please refer Detail on JSA.
8.0 Safety 8.1 etc.
 Unauthorized personnel entry in the area:-
Ensure that personnel onsite attended the electrical safety training; Notify affected contractor and
zones department in advance of the planned working activity including marked up plot plan; START
meeting shall be conducted prior to start activity. SWMS and JSA shall be discussed in TBM & START
 Electrical Shock: Only competent persons shall be allowed to operate electrical facilities and
substation; All equipment shall be tested and approved by competent personnel before use;
- Apply LOTO.
 Slip, Trip & Fall:
- Confirm a good access and Lighting.

9.0 Attachments 9.1 etc. PTW, Certificates, JSA/SWMS, SLD, Plot plan

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:






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