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PETRONAS CARIGALI
PORTABLE ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT AND TEMPORARY
INSTALLATION GUIDELINE

PETRONAS CARIGALI SDN BHD


Portable Electrical Equipment and Temporary Installation Guideline WW ALL S 04 032
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PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION


GUIDELINE

Main Table of Contents

Preliminary Foreword
Distribution List
Amendment Summary
Definition
Reference Documents

Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Roles and Responsibilities
Section 3 Portable Electrical Equipment
Section 4 Pre-mobilization Inspection
Section 5 Temporary Electrical Installation Certification
Section 6 Document Management and Control
Section 7 Audit

Appendices Appendix 1 Typical Extension Cables Multi-Outlet


Socket Box Arrangement
Appendix 2 Typical Schematic of Temporary Power
Supply
Appendix 3 Typical Schematic of 3-Phase Mobile
Generator
Appendix 4 Typical Schematic of Single
Welding Generator
Appendix 5 Typical Schematic of Sub Distribution
Board
Appendix 6 Allowable Plugs, Sockets and Couplers
Appendix 7 Inspection Checklist
Appendix 8 Premobilisation Inspection Approved for
Use Tag
Appendix 9 Premobilisation Inspection Do Not Use Tag
Appendix 10 Inspection Request Form (Form 1)

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Appendix 11 Onsite Inspection Portable Electrical


Equipment Tag
Appendix 12 Onsite Inspection Portable Reject Tag
Appendix 13 Temporary Electrical Installation Tag
Appendix 14 Temporary Electrical Installation Certificate
Appendix 15 Sample of Logbook
Appendix 16 Typical PETI Arrangement

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DISTRIBUTION LIST

Copy No. Title Location


01 VP - PM MD KL
02 VP - PI MD KL
03 POM - PM MD KL
04 POM - PI MD KL
05 PMO PMO
06 PMO (PPD) PMO
07 SBO SBO
08 SBO (SPD) SBO
09 SKO SKO
10 SKO (BPD) SKO
11 MO MO
12 MO (MPD) MO
13 VO VO
14 VO (VPD) VO
15 TO TO
16 TO (Production) TO
17 MAU MAU
18 MAU (Production) MAU
19 IRQ IRQ
20 IRQ (Production) IRQ
21 INO INO
22 CHSE MD- KL
23 HRM MD- KL
24 All platforms and terminals All

Note to All Copy Holders:


Should you are transferred to other OPU, or should it be impractical for you following
your move to a new position, please return this manual to the Custodian. The
Custodian will make arrangement for re-distribution.

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AMENDMENT SUMMARY

This sheet must be completed in detail at each revision once this document has been
approved.

Details must include revision number, description and indication of which pages and
paragraphs have been revised, date of revision approval, approvers title and
signature.

Approver
Rev Description Date Signature
Title

Notes:
(1) Document Holders to update Amendment Record as and when
amendments/new revisions are received.
(2) For description of amendment the Document Holder should indicate correction,
modification, update or deletion issue.
(3) Document Holder to enter their company reference number, sign and date the
record of entry.
(4) Where part amendments are issued, the relevant page(s) will be identified with
a lower case letter in the revision status line in the header.

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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS

The abbreviations, acronyms and definitions used in this document shall have the following
meaning:

Approving Authority The person authorised by the PETRONAS Carigali to


(AA) approve and issue PETI Certificate Fitness (PCF) in the
area concerned. He is usually the Approving Authority for
Permit To Work system of the facility.
Appointed Person The person trained for certain electrical duties (e.g.
(AP) isolation/de-isolation of electrical equipment,
synchronising, etc.) and has sufficient technical knowledge
and experience to enable him to avoid danger. He is a
Competent Person with lowerCertificate of
Competency(CoC) but authorized by Management to
perform certain tasks that usually only carried-out by a
person who has appropriate CoC. Example: A facility that
is having a low voltage Synchronous generator requires an
A4 chargemanto operate; however, due to unavailability an
A4 chargeman, an AO chargeman can be authorizedby
the management to operate the generator provided that he
has proved that he has the knowledge and skill to perform
such duty. Other example, a BOchargemanauthorizedas
an AP for B4chargeman.

Authorized Competent For the purpose of this guideline, ACP is defined as the
person registered with Energy Commission or
Person (ACP) equivalentlocal authority of host countryand authorised by
Management. He has sufficient technical knowledge and
experience to enable him to avoid danger and who can
have authority delegated to him, according to his
knowledge and experience to carry out operations in
power systems and work on electrical equipment. He has
the authority to issue and cancel Electrical Isolation
Certificate and Limit of Electrical Access on Electrical
Equipment/System.

Authorised Inspector The Authorised Inspector is either ACP/AP or the appointed


personnel to inspect portable equipment to determine that
they are fit for use and safe for mobilisation/delivery to site.
Class I Equipment having one or more parts with functional
insulation only and required to be earthed.

Class II Mains-operated or transformer-operated equipment, which


has either "all-insulated" or has double or reinforced
insulation, in accordance to IEC 60536. It is not intended to
be earthed.

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Class II equipment is subdivided as follows:


Class IIA
Equipment that is "all-insulated". This means that all
the metallic parts are enclosed with durable and
continuous insulated enclosure. It need not be double
insulated.

Class IIB
Equipment that is "double-insulated". It has not only the
normal basic insulation necessary for its proper
functioning but also a supplementary insulation for
safeguarding against shock if the basic insulation
breaks down. In cases where there is not enough
space for separate insulation, a single "reinforced"
insulation electrically equivalent to double insulation
may sometimes be accepted.
Class III Equipment designed for connection only to Extra Low
Voltage (ELV). This means a voltage not more than 50V
AC, but in practice limited to 42V. The main supply is
obtained by means of a safety isolating transformer. No
earth connection is provided.
Company Refers to PETRONAS CarigaliSdn Bhd.
Confined conductive Confined spaces where it is likely that a person will be in
spaces contact with conductive parts at two or more points
simultaneously. Example of Confined conductive spaces
such as in boiler, vats, tanks(inclusive above floating roof
tank), pits, pipes, ducts, flues, chimneys, silos, containers,
pressure vessels, underground sewers, wet or dry wells,
shafts, trenches, tunnelsor other similar enclosed or
partially enclosed structures,
Equipment Checklist The checklists consist of key inspection elements for a
particular type of equipment.
Ex Equipment Equipment that is certified for used in hazardous classified
area equipment.
Extra Low Voltage (ELV) A system which is not exceeding 50Vr.m.sor below 120V
DC, whether between conductors or to earth.

Hand-held Electrical Portable equipment that is continuously grasped in the


Equipment hand during normal use.
Example of hand heldequipment are grinder, portable
inspection lamp etc. On the other hand, example of non-
hand held are electrical equipment such floodlight, portable
junction box, mobile generator etc.
PETI Portable Electrical Equipment and Temporary Installations.
PETI Certificate of A certificate to certify that the electrical equipment have
Fitness (PCF) been installed in accordance to PETI procedure and safe

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to be used.
Portableelectrical Portable electricalequipment iseither hand held or non-
equipment hand held equipment. For hand held, the equipment grasp
in hand during normal use.
Reduced Low Voltage A system in which the nominal phase-to-phase voltage
System (RVS) does not exceed 110 volts and the nominal phase to earth
voltage does not exceed 63.5 volts.
Safety-Extra Low An extra-low voltage system which is electrically separated
Voltage (SELV) from earth and from other systems that a single fault cannot
give rise to the risk of electric shock, in accordance to IEC
60742 (SELV System).
Temporary Electrical Temporary Electrical Installation in the context of this
Installation guideline is installation that do not form part of the plants
permanent or fixed installation.
Examples of Temporary Electrical Installation are
temporary generator, distribution board, pumps, welding
machine and electric air compressor.
TN-S A power distribution system havingseparate neutral and
protective earth conductors throughoutthe system.
Work Leader Person who is responsible to lead or carry out the
electricalwork execution at site.

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REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Doc. No. Title


PTS 63.64.10.31 Portable Equipment & Temporary Installation (Standard)
WW ALL S 04 025 PETRONAS Carigali Electrical Safety Guideline
WW ALL S 05 002 PETRONAS Carigali Permit to Work Procedure, Rev. 2,
Sep 2011
MY ALL S 07003 HSEM 2.1 Supervisory Safety Procedures
Equipment Safety Passport System, Rev.1, Jul 2001

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SECTION 1

INTRODUCTION

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 INTRODUCTION 2

1.1 Purpose 2

1.2 Scope 2

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1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Purpose
This guideline defines the requirements for portable
electrical equipment and temporary installation with regards
to proper selection of equipment and tool, inspection prior
to mobilization to worksite, site certification and periodic
inspection/recertification throughout the duration of the
equipment being used at worksite. The requirements are
specified as below:

(1) The equipment is suitable and safe for use in the


intended worksite or classified hazardous area;

(2) All equipment is in a good condition and well


maintained;

(3) The safety features such as guards, emergency stop


button, etc. are in place and in good operating
condition;

(4) Only inspected portable electrical equipment and


temporary electrical installation shall be used;

(5) The integrity of the equipment is continuously assured


throughout the duration of its use; and

(6) The inspected and approved electrical equipment is


affixed with inspection sticker accordingly.

1.2 Scope

The requirements defined in this guideline shall be


applicable to portable electrical powered equipment and
electrical generating equipment used throughout
PETRONAS Carigali facilities/worksites, including
Contractors and Sub-Contractors.

For non-electrical equipment, the requirements defined in


PETRONAS Carigali Equipment Passport System shall be
complied with.

Note: Electrical equipment or appliances in office


such as computers, televisions, photo copiers,
electric kettles, coffee machines, etc. Battery
operated tools and torch lights are exempted
from the requirement of inspection and
certification.

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SECTION 2

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 2

1.1 Head, Project Owner Department 2

1.2 Requester Focal Point 2

1.3 Responsible Person (RP) 2

1.4 Logistics Supervisor 3


1.5 Offshore/Onshore Installation Manager (OIM) / Company 3
Site Representative (C.S.R.)

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1 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.1 Authorised Inspector

The Authorised Inspector shall be responsible to:

(1) Inspect portable equipment upon request prior to


mobilisation to site;

(2) Issue Fit For Use tag (GREEN tag) for equipment
that passed the inspection; and

(3) Highlight any defect on the equipment to equipment


provider and issue Do Not Use tag (RED tag).

1.2 Offshore/Onshore Installation Manager (OIM)/Company Site Representative


(C.S.R.)

The Offshore/Onshore Installation Manager


(OIM)/Company Site Representative (C.S.R.) of the
respective facility/worksite shall be responsible to:

(1) Ensure that only equipment that passed the pre-


mobilisation inspection and affixed with Approved
For Use tag is accepted at site;

(2) On receiving portable electrical equipment, check and


endorse AFU tag;

(3) If defects found on the equipment and not


resolvableat site, consign back to Equipment Provider
and inform engineer-in-charge;

(4) Ensure that electrical equipment and installation is


inspected by ACP/AP.;

(5) Ensure that only equipment that issued with PETI


Certificate of Fitness (PCF) is used; and

(6) Ensure re-inspection and re-certification of PETI


throughout the duration of use.

1.3 Work Leader

The Work Leader is responsible to:

(1) Request for inspection of equipment by completing


the Inspection Request Form;

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(2) Fill up necessary information in PETI Certificate of


Fitness (PCF);

(3) Install Temporary Electrical Installation; and

(4) Prepare necessary tool for the testing by Companys


ACP/AP.

1.4 Authorized Competent Person/Appointed Person (ACP/AP)

The ACP/AP is responsible to:

(1) Inspect and test Portable Electrical Equipment;

(2) Inspect and test Temporary Electrical Installation;

(3) Affix inspection sticker upon completion of equipment


and installation inspection and test;

(4) Keep and update record of inspection in logbook;

(5) Conduct regular monitoring and validation; and

(6) Endorse PCF.

1.5 Approving Authority (AA)

The AA is accountable to:

(1) Approve PETI Certificate of Fitness (PCF);

(2) Keep and update record of PCF; and

(3) Monitor the PETI implementation at Companys


facility/worksite.

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SECTION 3

REQUIREMENT FOR PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND


TEMPORARY INSTALLATION

Contents

Paragraph Page No.


1 REQUIREMENT FOR PORTABLE ELECTRICAL 2
EQUIPMENT AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION
1.1 Requirement for Portable Electrical Equipment 2

1.2 Temporary Electrical Isolation 10


1.3 Requirement for Usage of Portable Electrical Equipment 14
in Hazardous Area
1.4 Requirement for Usage of Portable Electrical Equipment 16
in Confined Conductive Space
1.5 Protection against Earth Leakage Current 16

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1 REQUIREMENT FOR PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND


TEMPORARY INSTALLATION

1.1 Requirement for Portable Electrical Equipment

1.1.1 General Requirement for Portable Electrical Equipment

All Portable Electrical Equipment shall fulfill the


requirementas specified below.

(1) Portable hand held tools shall be either Class II or


Class III. Rating name plate shall be verified for
double insulation symbol. Class I (earthed type) hand
held tools shall not be used in Company
facilities/worksite.

(2) The voltage levels for Class II equipment shall be


110V or 240V.

(3) For Class III equipment which is using Safety-Extra


Low Voltage (SELV), the voltage level shall be 50V
r.m.s and beloweither the inherently short-circuit-proof
type or the non-short-circuit proof type with thermal
cutout.

(4) For final circuit, power supply to the portable electrical


equipment shall be fitted with current operated Earth
Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) of trip sensitivity of
10 mA.

(5) For use of portable electrical equipment (including


battery operated equipment) in hazardous area,
suitable Ex certified equipment shall be used. Should
Ex is not available; the use of non-Ex equipment shall
be controlled through PTW system.

(6) The transformer for Reduced Low Voltage System


(RVS) or SELV shall be placed near the equipment or
permanently mounted in welding boards or
switchgears.

(7) A flexi cable for portable equipment shall be


connected:

(a) To the system by a proper joint or properly


constructed plug and socket; and

(b) With isolating device suitably located to isolate


the equipment from the power source.

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(8) Portable equipment which is subject to accidental


damage shall be protected by an earthed guard.

Any deviation to the general or other specific requirement


shall be subjected to Companys approval.

Portable Electrical Equipment that is commonly used in the


Company iscategorized as below.

Location
Item Class Voltage Phase Domestic
Industrial Restrictive
Special Provisions Office
Construction Conductive
Commercial
Site Location

Hand lamp III 25V 1 Safety isolating transformer Yes Yes Yes
III 50V 1 Safety isolating transformer Yes Yes Yes
II 110V 1 Safety isolating transformer Yes Yes No
I 240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note1 No
Hand held III 25V 1 Safety isolating transformer Yes Yes Yes
power tool
III 50V 1 Safety isolating transformer Yes Yes Yes
II 110V 1 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
secondary center point
earthed
II 240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
Fixed power tool II or I 110V 1 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
secondary center point
earthed
II or I 240V 1 10 mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
Moving power II or I 110V 1 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
tool secondary center point
earthed
II or I 240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
Mobile Lighting 110V 1 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
secondary center point
earthed
240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
Fixed lighting 110V 1 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
secondary center point
earthed
240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Yes No
Small mobile equipment 110V 3 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes Yes
up to 3.75kW secondary center point
earthed
400/48 3 100mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
0V
Small fix equipment up 110V 3 Double wound transformer ; Yes Yes No

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to 3.75kW secondary center point


earthed
240V 1 10mA RCB/ELCB protection Yes Note 1 No
Mobile equipment 400/48 3 100mA RCB protection Yes Yes No
>3.75kW 0V
Fix equipment >3.75kW 400/48 3 100mA RCB protection Yes Note 1 No
0V
Battery powered tools Yes Yes Yes

Note that operational controls shall be in place before the


introduction of any electrically operated equipment into
hazardous area.

Note: Acceptable when connected to a permanent


electrical distribution system.

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1.1.2 Specific Requirement for Common Portable Electrical Equipment
The requirement for commonly used portable electrical equipment is as tabulated below.
Portable Electrical Equipment Specific requirement
Hand Lamps, Spotlights and Floodlights (1) Portable hand lamp fittings (50V 60W)shall be supplied via a SELV type
transformer.
(2) Portable spotlight fittings (110V 150W)shall be supplied via a RVS type
transformer.
(3) The metallic stand/tripod for mounting portable spotlight/floodlight
(240V/400W)shall be insulatedtype. The metallic part shall be grounded.
(4) Portable hand lamps supplied from 110/240V shall be fitted with Earth Leakage
Circuit Breaker (ELCB) of trip sensitivity of maximum 10 mA.
(5) Spotlights and floodlights shall be adequately earthed and fitted with Earth
Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) of trip sensitivity of maximum 10 mA.
(6) Low pressure sodium discharge lamps shall not be used as they constitute a
fire hazard in the event of breakage.
(7) Lamp fitting for portable lighting shall be insulated from the other metallic
component to prevent electrocution.
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Portable Electrical Equipment Specific requirement
Plugs, Sockets and Couplers (1) All plugs, sockets and couplers shall be fully insulated (industrial type
insulation).
(2) The socket outlets and plugs shall have a degree of protection of at least IP 54
(dust protected and splash proof) both when the plug is fully inserted and when
it is removed.
(3) For use in hazardous classified area, the plugs, sockets and couplers shall be
of suitable Ex certified.
(4) Where the plugs and sockets are to be connected to the facility power source,
they shall be identical or compatible (subject to approval by ACP/AP) with those
being installed in the facility. This is to avoid unnecessary damage or
incompatibility of the plug and socket.
Drills and Grinders (1) Drills and grinders shall be of Class II operating at 110V AC or 240V AC.
(2) The supply for 110V AC tools shall be via an isolating transformer 240/110V of
the RVS type.
(3) The power supply to the drills and grinders shall be fitted with current operated
Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) of trip sensitivity of maximum 10 mA.
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Portable Electrical Equipment Specific requirement
Extension Cables & Multiple Socket Outlet (1) All Ex or industrial type multiple socket outlet boxes shall beproduced by
Boxes registered/certified manufacturers. Self-modified junction boxes shall not
beallowed.
(2) The multiple socket outlet boxes shall satisfy the following requirements:
(a) IP requirement:
IP 54 for fixed standing position
IP 66 for movable positions (possibility of laying on the ground)
(b) The total number of socket outlets shall be limited to 6 per box.
(c) Supply to multiple socket outlet boxes should be limited to single phase
only. If a 3-phase supply is required,a Distribution board (DB) shall be
installed between the outlet box and the 3phase mains supply.
(d) The associated components, i.e. sockets, plugs, couplers & step-down
transformers shall be of minimum IP54 (protected against dust and water
splashing).
(3) The extension cable length shall satisfy the following requirements:
(a) The total length of the extension cables from the source to the load (end-
to-end) shall not exceed 50m.
(b) Individual extension cables shall not exceed 20m.
(4) The typical extension cables and multi-outlet socket box arrangement is as
depicted in Appendix I.
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Portable Electrical Equipment Specific requirement
Portable Generators (1) The output of the generator shall be provided with circuit breaker equipped with
overcurrent, overload and earth leakage protection or ELCB. The earth leakage
or earth fault protection should be rated as follows:
(a) 30 mA ELCB for single phase supply generator
(b) 100mA ELCB for three phase supply generator.
(2) Generator rated more than 100kVAshall be equipped earth fault protection.
(3) Generators shall be star connected and their neutral points shall be solidly
earthed. Maximum allowable earthing resistance shall not be more than 100 .
Earthing of the generator shall be inspected by the ACP/AP before issuance of
PETI Certificate of Fitness (PCF).
(4) Generator shall be earthed at two locations, i.e. for neutral and frame. Planting
of earth electrodes is acceptable in the event of unavailability of earth
electrodes. Connection to plant earthing grid is subject to Technical
Authority(TA) approval. Such connection if allowed; shall be made via
compression clamp.
(5) The typical schematic of temporary power supply is as depicted in Appendix II
and schematic for three phase supply as in Appendix III.
Welding Generators (1) Preference shall be given to direct current (DC) welding equipment.
(2) For DC welding equipment, the open circuit voltage shall be 110V.
(3) If alternating current welding equipment is used, the open circuit voltage
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Portable Electrical Equipment Specific requirement
between the electrode holder and the work piece shall be limited to maximum
50 VAC. The following safety features should also be included:
(a) Auto-change from AC to DC
(b) Voltage reducing device which limits the voltage to 50VAC
(4) Alternatively, alternating current welding equipment, which is switched
automatically to a direct current output voltage when operating on open circuitis
acceptable.
(5) If a separate voltage-limiting device (relay) is used, it shall be housed in an
enclosure with controlled access.
(6) Center tap transformer shall not be permitted to ensure proper functionality of
the ELCB installed.
(7) The output of the welding generator shall be provided with a circuit breaker
providing overcurrent and overload protection together with a 10 mA ELCB.
(8) Earthing cable size shall be minimum 25mm2 and the maximum allowable
earthing resistance shall be 100.
(9) Minimum two earthing points shall be required for the welding sets. If the
welding set is connected to an earthing bar, 2 points may be connected from
the set to the bar, provided that they are connected to different holes of the
bar;one for the frame, one for the neutral.
(10) Typical schematic of single phase welding generator is as in Appendix IV.
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1.2 Temporary Electrical Installation

A temporary electrical installation is any combination of


electrical equipment installed to fulfill a specific purpose
and having coordinated characteristics which intended to
be used or operated for temporary period. An example of
temporary electrical installation is the interconnection of
generators, switch boards, or distribution boards, installed
for duration of maximum one year.

1.2.1 General Requirements Distribution Boards and Power Supply System

(1) All distribution board (DB) to be used shall be of


industrial standard produced by registered / certified
manufacturers. Self-fabricated DB by contractor shall
not beallowed. However, DB which is assembled by
competentwireman is acceptable.

(2) The maximum main DBrated capacity shall be355A,


with arrangement 3P+N+E (Appendix V). For higher
load requirement, the installation shall be provided
withsuitable switch gear/switch board that is located in
designated area.

(3) The outgoing feeders shall be configured for any


combinations of the following circuits:

(a) sub-distribution board (125A, 3P+N+E);

(b) portable welding sets (32A, 1P+N+E);

(c) socket outlets (16A, 1P+N+E); and

(d) single load max 125A (3P+N+E)

(4) LV supplies shall be arranged as a TN-S earthing


system, with radial feeders from a main distribution
board, e.g. local to each transformer or to the
generating sets, to sub-distribution boards close to
the work areas.

(5) All three-phase outlets shall be connected with the


same phase sequence.

Note: HV supplies and distribution equipment are not


covered in this guideline andif required will be
subjected to review and approval by the TA.

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1.2.2 Specific Equipment Requirements

1.2.2.1 LV Distribution Boards

Main requirements

Main LV distribution boards supplied by one generating


sets shall have a Molded Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB)
having a maximum rating/setting of 355A.

Circuit Arrangement

(1) Each sub-distribution board shall be provided with


one incoming switch. Each outgoing feeder shall be
provided with a switching device with short circuit,
overload and residual current protection. The
maximum outgoing feeder rating shall be 125A. The
sensitivity of the residual current circuit breakers shall
be as follows:

(a) 10 mA for single-phase socket outlets feeding


single loads;

(b) 30 mA for circuits below 125A; and

(c) 300 mA for circuits of 125A (single load)

(2) Fuses shall be accessible only if the fuse bases are


protected to at least IP 2X (protect against insertion of
finger or similarobject and dripping water when tilted
up to 15Deg.), or if interlocking exists so that the fuse
base is electrically isolated first.

Design

(1) The LV main distribution board shall be totally


enclosed and pad-lockable.

(2) The degree of protection for any assembly shall be:

(a) For indoor use (in enclosed buildings) IP


41(protected against insert of object >1mm and
water dripping); and

(b) For outdoor use at least IP54 (protected against


dust and water splashing) and provided with
canopy or rain cover.

(3) The shelter should be equipped with lighting


(minimum industrial type if necessary).

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Component Selection

Socket outlets installed in the distribution board shall


comply with requirement on Plugs, Socket and Couplers
as specified in 1.1.2 of this section.

1.2.2.2 Temporary Cabling

(1) Temporary cables may be laid above ground or


underground, subject to the site circumstances. The
method of installation shall, in any event, be chosen
to minimize the risk of damage.

(2) Temporary underground cables shall comply with the


requirements specified below:

(a) Temporary cables shall not be laid in the same


trench as any permanent project cabling or other
services. A minimum separation of 2m should
be maintained;

(b) LV cables shall be buried at a minimum depth of


0.5 m, to avoid being damaged by any
disturbance of the ground;

(c) At road crossings, cables shall be laid


underground with proper protection;

(d) Underground cables shall be provided with


cable marker Temporary Cable' along its route,
maximum at every 10m; and

(e) Cables shall be XLPE or PVC insulated with


SWA protection.

(3) The temporary above ground cables shall comply


with the requirements specified below:

(a) Where the use of overhead road and route


crossings is unavoidable, the cables shall be
laid with the following minimum height
clearance:

(i) 6.0 m, where the roads and routes are


designated for use by vehicle; and

(ii) 3.5 m, where vehicle is prohibited.

(b) Above ground cables shall be fixed and clear of


building operations or engineering construction

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work. Where possible they shouldbe laid clear


of passageways, walkways, ladders, stairs, etc.

(c) Overhead cables crossing passages shall be


bound with visible barricade tapes.

(d) The cables shall be properly supported by cable


ladder, catenary wire or similar means.

(4) Where space is limited (e.g. offshore facilities), the


cable should be laid away from passageways,
walkways, ladders, stairs, etc.

1.2.2.3 Earthing

(1) Earth wires shall be of the standard copper conductor


with green or green/yellow PVC sheathing. They shall
be sized to carry the rated fault current of the
distribution switchgear for its rated short-time
duration.

(2) For mechanical reason, main earth wires shall be at


least 70 mm2 and branch earth wires 25 mm2, unless
adequate mechanical protection is provided by other
means, e.g.wire installations in conduit, or earth
conductors forming part of a cable, allowing a smaller
size.

(3) A distribution board shall be earthed at 2 earthing


points as follows:

(a) Earthing via a 5-core supply cable of which the


earthing lead is connected to the source and the
distribution board, or; and

(b) Earthing via a 4-core cable with additional


external cableconnecting the source and the
distribution board

(4) The connections between earth electrode and


conductors shall be made so that the earth resistance
of each individual electrode can be readily inspected
and tested, without disconnecting any part from the
earthing system.

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1.2.2.4 Selection of Components

(1) The components shall be suitable for their particular


application with respect to their voltages, rated
currents, service life, making and breaking capacities,
short circuit strength, etc.

(2) The components shall be selected and installed in


accordance to the host country wiring regulations e.g.
BS 7671 - IEE Wiring Regulations.

(3) The components having short circuit strength and/or a


breaking capacity insufficient to withstand the
stresses likely to occur at the place of installation
shall be protected by means of current-limiting
devices e.g., fuses or MCCBs. The current-limiting
devices, short circuit rating and nominal current
capacity shall be suitably sized and coordinated.

1.3 Requirement for Usage of Portable Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Area

All electrical equipment to be used in hazardous area shall


be of appropriate Ex protection type based on IEC60079.
Recommended type of protection is as follow:

(1) Plug, sockets and couplers:

(a) For use in Zone 1 & 2, the plugs and sockets


shall be certified Ex de category. Domestic
plugs and sockets shall not be used in
hazardous areas; and

(b) The installation of sockets shall fulfill the


requirement as specified below:

(i) Socket current rating may be16A, 32A,


63A and 125A; and

(ii) Allowable plug and socket connection is


as depicted in Appendix VI.

(2) Hand lamps, spotlight and floodlights:

(a) Zone 1- Ex ib or Ex d; and

(b) Zone 2- Ex d, Ex e, Ex n.

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(3) Portable generator, welding machine, Wireline power


pack:

(a) Wherever possible the portable generator shall


be installed in safe areas or in non-classified
area. However where such condition not
possible, the portable generator shall be a Zone
2 certified equipment.

(b) Zone 2 dieselgenerators shall be equipped with:

(i) Engine Flame protection package


includingAir intake shut off valve, including
integral flame arrestor;

(ii) Exhaust Spark Arrestor;

(iii) Ex n Alternator;

(iv) Ex d Control Panel;

(v) Ex e hard wired or Ex e socket terminal


outlets; and

(vi) Air Start System.

(c) For offshore platform or rig use, additional


specification shall include but not limited to the
following:

(i) Double Skinned and braided fuel pipes;

(ii) Offshore Lift capability to D.N. V.2.7.1; and

(iii) Third Party Approval for offshore use.

(d) Where Ex certified generator is not available,


non Ex portable generator may be used but
shall be under proper operational control.

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1.4 Requirement for Usage of Portable Electrical Equipment in Confined


Conductive Space

(1) In confined conductive spaces, air-driven power tool is


preferred e.g. air driven lamp. The use of portable
electrical equipment where power supply from outside
of the confined space is allowed provided they are
connected to earth-free extra low voltage supply from
an isolating transformer, with the transformer being
located outside the confined space.

(2) Where electrical portable inspection lamp is used in


the following confined conductive spaces, itshall be
operated at a voltage not exceeding 50V between
conductors.

(a) on a dredge or other floating structure;

(b) in a place normally exposed to the weather


where the floor is likely to be wet; and

(c) in any underground place or confined space


such as the inside of a boiler, tank or pipe, or in
other similar situation.

(3) A 100V portable apparatus may be used provided the


power is supplied from a transformer having a 100V
winding with the center or the neutral point of the
winding connected to earth.

1.5 Protection against Earth Leakage Current

(1) For an installation in a place where the floor is likely


to be wetor where the wall or enclosure is of low
electrical resistance, protection against earth leakage
current shall be provided for any final circuit supplying
electricity to any equipment, either individually or in a
group, by a residual current device (e.g. ELCB,
RCCB, etc.) having a rated residual operating current
not exceeding 10 mA.

(2) For an installation where hand-held equipment,


apparatus or appliance is used or is likely to be used,
protection against earth leakage current shall be
provided for any final circuit, either individually or in a
group, by a residual current device (e.g. ELCB,
RCCB, etc.) having a rated residual operating current
not exceeding 30 mA.

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(3) For an installation, other than the installations


mentioned in (a) and (b), protection against earth
leakage current shall be provide for any final circuit,
either individually or in a group, by a residual current
device (e.g. ELCB, RCCB, etc.) having a rated
residual operating current not exceeding 100 mA
except:

(a) For functional reasons, it is impractical to


provide the protection, i.e. may affect the
functionality of the equipment; or; and

(b) It is unsafe or even dangerous to provide the


protection, e.g. may cause equipment trip which
may endanger user, UPS distribution board.
.

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SECTION 4

PRE-MOBILISATION INSPECTION

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 PRE-MOBILISATION INSPECTION 2

1.1 General Requirement 2

1.2 Premobilisation Inspection Process 3

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1 PRE-MOBILISATION INSPECTION

1.1 General Requirement


(1) Premobilisation inspection shall be carried out on all
portable equipment (except hand tools) prior
mobilisation to worksites.

(a) For offshore facilities, the inspection may be


carried out either at supply base or contractors
workshop

(b) For onshore facilities/worksite, the inspection


may be carried out at contractors workshop or
upon arrival at worksite (outside process area)

(2) For hand tools, the premobilisation inspection is not


applicable; the inspection will be carried out upon
arrival at site.

(3) All portable equipmentinspected shall beissued with


appropriate sticker.

(4) The inspection shall be conducted by the Authorised


Inspector using the appropriate checklist as in
Appendix VII.

(5) For equipment that passed the inspection, the


Approved For Use tag (GREEN tag) shall be affixed
to the equipment to indicate that the equipment is
approved for used in PETRONAS Carigaliworksites.
The sample of the GREEN tag is as in Appendix VIII.

(6) For equipment that was found defective, the Do Not


Use tag (RED tag) shall be affixed to the equipment
to indicate that the equipment has not passed the
inspection and that remedial work is required before it
can be sent to worksites. The sample of the RED tag
is as in Appendix IX.

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1.2 Premobilisation Inspection Process

(1) The process flow of pre-mobilisation inspection is as


depicted below;

Start

Engineer-in-Charge notify Authorised


Inspector to inspect equipment

Authorised Inspector conduct


inspection using appropriate
checklist

No
Acceptable? Issue Do Not Use Tag (RED Tag)

Yes

Issue Fit for Use Tag (GREEN Tag)

Return the completed checklist to


Engineer-in-Charge

Figure 1: Premobilisation Inspection Process Flow

(2) Once equipment is ready for inspection, Engineer-in-


Charge shall notify Authorised Inspector to conduct
inspection on the equipment.

(3) The Authorised Inspector shall inspect the equipment


using the relevant checklists are as attached in
Appendix 7. The checklist shall be completed
accordingly; where required, additional remarks
should also be specified on the checklist.

Note: One checklist shall be used for one equipment


only.

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(4) For equipment that passed the inspection, Fit For


Purpose Tag (GREEN tag) shall be affixed to the
equipment. The following information shall be filled on
the form:

(a) Equipment i.e. the equipment name;

(b) Equipment Tag No/ID i.e. unique identification


number of the equipment;

(c) Facility/Worksite i.e. the intended


facility/worksite that equipment will be used;

(d) Signature, Name and Department of Authorised


Inspector; and

(e) Date of inspection.

(5) For equipment that did not pass the inspection, Do


Not Use Tag (RED tag) shall be affixed to the
equipment. The following information shall be filled on
the form;

(a) Signature, Name and Department of Authorised


Inspector; and

(b) Date of inspection.

(6) The Autorised Inspector shall return the completed


checklists to the Engineer-in-Charge;

(7) The process of mobilizing the equipment to worksite


shall follow the logistic process of the respective
division, country and/or region.

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SECTION 5

ONSITE INSPECTION AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 ONSITE INSPECTION AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION 2

1.1 Onsite Inspection for Hand Held Equipment 2

1.2 Onsite Inspection for Temporary Installation 4

1.3 Validity and Monitoring 7

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1 ONSITE INSPECTION AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION

1.1 Onsite Inspection for Hand Held Equipment

(1) Electrical hand held equipment shall be inspected


upon arrival at sites. The request for inspection shall
be madethrough PETI Inspection Request Form as
attached in Appendix 10. All equipment and its
intended usage location shall be specified on the
form.

(2) Upon receiving the PETI Inspection Request Form,


AP/ACP shall inspect the hand held equipmentusing
the relevant checklist form in the Appendix 7.

(3) For hand held equipment that passed the inspection,


a Portable Electrical Equipment Tag (BLUE tag) shall
be affixed on the equipment. Sample of the Portable
Electrical Equipment Tag (BLUE tag) is as in
Appendix 11.

(4) For hand held equipment that did not pass the
inspection, a Reject Tag (RED tag) shall be affixed on
the equipment. Sample of the Reject Tag (RED tag)is
as in Appendix 12.

(5) The ACP/AP shall return the completed checklist to


the Work Leader.

(6) The AP/ACP shall record and update in the logbook


on the issuance of inspection tag.

(7) The sticker is valid for two (2) weeks; upon the expiry
of the sticker, a re-inspection shall be carried out
following the process described in (1) to (3) above.

(8) The process flow for the onsite inspection for hand
held equipment is as below.

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Start

Equipment arrived at site

Work Leader request for inspection


using PETI Inspection Request Form

AC/ACP inspects and tests the


equipment using the checklist

No
Acceptable? Issue Reject Tag (RED tag)

Yes

Issue Portable Electrical Equipment


Tag (BLUE Tag)

ACP/AP File the inspection request


form (Form 1) for recordreturn
completed checklist to Work Leader
and log the inspection in PETI
Logbook

End

Figure 1: Onsite inspection for hand held equipment

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1.2 Onsite Inspection for Temporary Installation

(1) Electrical equipment to be installed as part of


temporary installation such as cable, generator and
distribution board shall be inspected and approved
before used.

(2) Only equipment that possessed the Fit for Use Tag
shall be installed.

(3) The request for inspection shall be made through


PETI Inspection Request Form as attached in
Appendix 10. All equipment details and its intended
usage location shall be specified in the form.

(4) Upon receiving the PETI Inspection Request Form,


ACP/AP shall verify availability of Fit for Use Tag, i.e.
the GREEN tag issued as part of pre-mobilisation
inspection.

(5) The ACP/AP shall inspect the equipment using the


relevant checklist form in the Appendix 7 for each
equipment type together with overall temporary
installation (PETI Checklist9).

(6) For equipment that passed the inspection, a Portable


Temporary Installation Tag (BLUE tag) shall be
affixed on the equipment. Sample of the Portable
Temporary Installation Tag (BLUE tag) is as in
Appendix 13.

(7) For equipment that did not pass the inspection, notify
Work Leader for rectification/replacement. A Reject
Tag (RED tag) shall be affixed on the equipment until
it has been rectified or replaced. Sample of the Reject
Tag (RED tag) is as in Appendix 12.

(8) ACP/AP then shall conduct testing of the installation


as a complete system to verify the safety and
functionality of the equipment.

(9) For installation that passed the inspection, the


ACP/AP shall endorse the PCF. Sample of the PCF is
as in Appendix 14.

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(10) For equipment that did not pass the inspection, the
PCF shall not be issued and the Work Leader shall be
notified for rectification / replacement.

(11) The ACP/AP shall return the completed checklist and


the endorsed PCF to the Work Leader.

(12) The AP/ACP shall record and update in the logbook.

(13) Work Leader shall submit the endorsed PCF to the


Approving Authority (AA) for approval.

(14) The issuance of approved PCF shall be recorded in


PCF Log (per template in Appendix XV).

(15) The Top Copy of the PCF shall be kept in the CCR
while the 2nd copy shall be displayed at worksite.

(16) The PCF is valid for one month; upon the expiry of the
sticker, a re-inspection shall be carried out following
the process described in (2) to (14) above.

(17) The process flow for the onsite inspection for


temporaryinstallation is as below.

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Install and hook up equipment at site

Work Leader request for inspection using PETI Inspection


Request Form

AP/ACP perform inspection using the checkliston


individual equipment

Acceptable?

NO
YES
Issue Temporary Electrical InstallationTag (BLUE tag)

Perform test run on the whole temporary system installation

Notify Work Leader for


System Test Run
Acceptable? rectification / replacement.

NO
YES

AP/ACP endorse PETI Certificate of Fitness (PCF)

AP/ACP ACP/AP return completed checklist and


endorsed PCF to Work Leader and log the inspection
in PETI Logbook

AA approves the PCF certificate ad record in PCF log Top Copy to be


nd
*The Top Copy to be displayed at control room while the 2 Copy to be displayed at
nd
displayed at worksite CCR and 2
copy to
displayed at
worksite.

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1.3 Validity and Monitoring

1.3.1 Validity Period

(1) The validity of the tags and PCF are as follows:

Tag/Certificate Validity

Portable Electrical Equipment Tag


2 weeks
(BLUE tag)

Temporary Electrical Installation Tag


1 month
(BLUE tag)

PETI Certificate of Fitness (PCF)

(2) The validity of inspection tag and/or PCF will be


considered as void if the equipment/installation is
subjected to replacement, repair, modification and
relocation to other area with different hazardous
classification. Faulty and defective equipment will also
void its validity.

(3) Shall the Temporary Electrical Installation to be


installed for more than one (1) month period, the
AP/ACP shall issue a new PCF once the equipment
passed the monthly monitoring inspection. The new
PCF will then be valid for one (1) month.

(4) In case of installation that needs revalidation due to


one (1) month expiry period, the certificate does not
need to be signed by the installer. AP/ACP
endorsement and Approving Authority (AA) approval
shall be sufficient. The installation however shall not
be subjected to any change from the originally
approved installation.

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1.3.2 Tracking and Monitoring

(1) During the validity period, the Work Leader shall


ensure the integrity of the equipment; for portable
electrical equipment, daily pre-use inspection shall be
conducted.

(2) The Work Leader shall regularly monitor the condition


of the Portable Electrical Equipment. If the condition is
not fit, the Portable Electrical Equipment shall be
prohibited from use.

(3) For temporary installation, the AA is accountable to


monitor the validity of PCF.The AA may delegate
relevant personnel, e.g. Operation Supervisor,
Maintenance Supervisor, Construction Supervisor,
technician, etc., to monitor the validity.

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SECTION 6

DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL 2

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1 DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

(1) The retention period of expired certificate and all


other relevant documents is as per PETRONAS
Carigali PTW requirement.

(2) The certificate and all other relevant documents


relating to any incident shall be kept throughout the
duration of the life of the plants/facilities.

(3) This document shall be reviewed as and when


required or at least once in every 5 years as specified
in PETRONAS Carigali HSEMS Manual Rev 3, May
2012.

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SECTION 7

AUDIT

Contents

Paragraph Page No.

1 AUDIT 2

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1 AUDIT

1.1 Compliance Review

Theimplementation and compliance review shall be carried


out to ensure that the safety and integrity of the equipment
and installation are not being compromised.
The review may be conducted as part of other compliance
review activities, e.g. PTW audit, etc.

As a minimum, the review shall be conducted as follows:

(1) Quarterly Monitoring (OIM); and

The scope of quarterly shall include, as a minimum,


verification on validity of PCF and stickers, visual
inspection of the equipment and installation, etc.

(2) Yearly Monitoring (HSE Department)

The scope of yearly monitoring shall include


assessment on the adequacy of PETI system,
including compliance to PETI system requirement.

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Appendices Rev. 0, Dec 2012

APPENDIXES

Contents

Appendix Page No.

1 Typical Extension Cables Multi-Outlet Socket Box A1 - 1


Arrangement
2 Typical Schematic of Temporary Power Supply A2 1

3 Typical Schematic of 3-Phase Mobile Generator A3 1

4 Typical Schematic of Single Welding Generator A4 1

5 Typical Schematic of Sub Distribution Board A5 1

6 Allowable Plugs, Sockets and Couplers A6 1

7 Inspection Checklist A7 1

8 Premobilisation Inspection Approved for Use Tag A8 1

9 Premobilisation Inspection Do Not Use Tag A9 1

10 Inspection Request Form (Form 1) A10 1

11 Onsite Inspection Portable Electrical Equipment Tag A11 1

12 Onsite Inspection Portable Equipment Reject Tag A12 1

13 Temporary Electrical Installation Tag A13 1

14 Temporary Electrical Installation Certificate (A4) A14 1

15 Typical PETI Arrangement A15 1

16 Sample of Logbook A16 - 1

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APPENDIX 1

TYPICAL EXTENSION CABLES AND MULTI-OUTLET SOCKET BOX


ARRANGEMENT

Multi Socket Outlet


Box

Plug Plug

Equipment cable
(max. 2m)

maximum 3 socket outlets (16A) for


extension cable

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APPENDIX 2

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC OF TEMPORARY POWER SUPPLY

SAFE LOCATION
Source of Supply
(Substation/Mobile Generator)
max/3PH

X MCCB 355A
(3PH+N+E)

Distribution Board (125A


MCCB max/3PH+N+E)
125A max (3PH+N+E)
X MCB
X MCB

ELCB 30mA

300mA (3PH+N) ELCB

X MCB

Sub Distribution Board


LOAD
X MCB
X MCB

Single Load
(Direct/Plugged In)
ELCB ELCB (10mA PH+N)

LOAD LOAD
Load
(Plugged in)

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APPENDIX 3

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC OF 3-PHASE MOBILE GENERATOR

Terminal Box
EF
Power cable
R R to consumer
OC
(with size S)

Y OC
Y

B B
OC
PE cable to
consumer
N N
LIN
K
Frame Earthing
E
(25mm2 or S/2,

whichever is
bigger)
Earth cable to
ground electrode

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APPENDIX 4

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC OF SINGLE PHASE WELDING GENERATOR

P ELCB (10mA)
H
MCB

Wire Socket
outlet
(16A, 240V)

Minimum N
Safety
Earthing P
E
10mm2

Generator
Frame

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APPENDIX 5

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC OF SUB DISTRIBUTION BOARD

Source of Supply (Substation/Mobile Generator)

Plug (3PH+N+E)

Non-Ex
Current (A) Min. Cable Size (mm2)
125 35
63 16
32 10

Direct Termination through cable gland

X Sub distribution board

ELCB

Isolator switch (3PH+N)

ELCB 16A
X X X X X X (10mA)
PH+N
2P
ELCB ELCB ELCB ELCB ELCB ELCB (10mA)

(PH+N)

Frame Earthing
(25mm2 or S/2, whichever is
bigger) Ex or non Ex type flange
mountedsocket outlets (16A)
subject to requirement and
hazard permit

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APPENDIX 6

ALLOWABLE PLUGS, SOCKETS AND COUPLERS

32A, 63A, 125A,


16A, 1P+N+E, 32A, 1P+N+E,
3P+N+E, 3P+N+E, 3P+N+E,
3 core 3 core
5 core 5 core 5 core

Supply
socket
outlet

Coupler
(optional, max 1
coupler)

Ex-type Industrial type

Loads

Load may or may not be Ex-rated, subject to requirements and hazard permits

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APPENDIX 7

INSPECTION CHECKLIST

EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C1

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY GENERATOR SET & ACCESSORIES


A. MODEL : REG NO. :
OWNER : LOCATION :

B. CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A - MISSING / NOTAVAILABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS
Engine Condition (oil leak)

High Temperature Jacket Water Temperature cut-off


System
Emergency Shutdown Device

Guards (Rotating Parts)

Spark Arrestor & Exhaust System

Engine Oil and Pressure Indicator

Radiator and Earthing Terminal Conditions

MCB/ELCB Functional Test

Fan Belt, Ammeter/Voltmeter and Tyre Conditions

Lifting Lug / Pad Eye

Insulation Test Records

Functional Tests

Battery and Terminal

C. General Remark :

Name Department
Signature Date
The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.
Authorised Inspector (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other
checklist items that are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the
equipment safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C2

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY PORTABLE WELDING SET &


ACCESSORIES
A. MODEL : REG NO. :
OWNER : LOCATION :

B. CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A - MISSING / NOT


AVAILABLE

BOX ITEMS REMARKS


Engine Condition (oil leak)

Guards (Rotating Parts)

Spark Arrestor & Exhaust System

Lead Terminal Points

110/240v Outlet Socket c/w Weather Protection

ELCB (10mA) c/w Weather Protection

Welding Cables, Electrode Holders and Earthing


Conditions
Maintenances Log

Lifting Pad Eyes/Tyre/Framework Conditions

Radiator Condition

Others (please specify)

General Remark :
C.

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items
that are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment
safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C3

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY PORTABLE LIGHTING

A. MODEL : REG NO. :

OWNER : LOCATION :

CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes


B. below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A NOT APPLICABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS
Voltage Rating

Cables and Plugs

EX Marking

Guards

Functional Tests

IP Rating

Earthing Terminal Conditions

Seal and Gasket

Stand and Bracket

Others (please
specify)

C. General Remark :

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items
that are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C4

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY HAND TOOLS

A. MODEL : REG NO. :

OWNER : LOCATION :

CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes


B. below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A - MISSING / NOT AVAILABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS

Voltage Rating

Cables and Plugs

Functional Tests

Lead Terminal Points

Cover

Burnt Mark

Guards (Rotating Parts)

Others (please specify)

C. General Remark :

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items
that are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C5

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY DISTRIBUTION BOARD

A. MODEL : REG NO. :

OWNER : LOCATION :

B. CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A - MISSING / NOT AVAILABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS
ELCB

Cable

MCCB/MCB

Termination

Earthing

Enclosure/Cover/Seal/Gasket

Glanding

Voltmeter / Ammeter

Ex Compliance

Functional & Operation

Insulation Resistance of Main Busbar

C General Remark :

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items that
are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C6

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY WIRELINE/CTU EQUIPMENT


(POWER PACK/REEL SKID/LUBRICATOR)
A. MODEL : REG NO. :

OWNER : LOCATION :

B. CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes below)

X- DEFECTIVE - ACCEPTED N.A - MISSING / NOT AVAILABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS
Engine Condition (oil leak)

Engine cut off Shut Down Device

Guards (Rotating Parts)

Spark Arrestor & Exhaust System

Lubricator Pressure Test Records

Maintenances Log

Lifting Pad Eyes Condition

Others (please Specify)

C General Remark :

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items that
are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST C8

EQUIPMENT/MACHINERY PORTABLE DIESEL DRIVEN PUMP

A. MODEL : REG NO. :

OWNER : LOCATION :

B. CHECKLIST (Please check and tick in the boxes below)

X- DEFECTIVE/MISSING - ACCEPTED N.A - NOT AVAILABLE


BOX ITEMS REMARKS
High Temperature Jacket Water Temperature
cut-off System
Emergency Shutdown Device

Spark Arrestor & Exhaust System


Guards (Rotating Parts)
Engine Oil and Pressure Indicator
Lifting Pad Eyes/ Tire Conditions
Pressure Gauge on Pump
Fitting, Coupling and Hoses Conditions
Insulation Test Records
Maintenances Log

C General Remark :

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.


RP (pre-mobilisation) or AP/ACP (onsite inspection) shall accordingly add other checklist items that
are necessary according to his/her own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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PETI CHECKLIST 9

General Temporary Installation Inspection Checklist

Owner: Location: Date:

Item YES NO REQUIRE NO ACTION


CORRECTION REQUIRED

1. Is all conduits, cable, and wire properly


attached to all supports and tightly connected
to junction and outlet boxes?
2. Is there evidence of fraying on electrical
cords?
3. Are rubber cords free of grease, oil, and
chemicals?
4. Are cords used so that they are not on pipes,
nails, etc.?
5. Are switches mounted in clean, tightly closed
metal boxes?
6. Is electrical equipment secured to a surface?

7. Are the switches easily accessible and the


paths to them free of obstructions?
8. Are all unused openings in junction boxes
plugged?
9. Are all electrical boxes closed?

10. Do switches show evidence of overheating?

11. If explosion-proof electrical are involved, do


all devices meet the appropriate hazardous
area classification requirements?
12. Are all controls properly labeled? Do electric
push buttons have correct color coding? (Only
stop buttons should be red in color.)
13. Have all employees who may be exposed to
electrical voltages equal or greater than 50
volts been given electrical safety training?
14. Are all load center panel areas accessible and
clear of obstructions?

The list is minimum requirement of items that need to be verified.

AP/ACP shall accordingly add other checklist items that are necessary according to his/her
own judgments in order to ensure the equipment safety.

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APPENDIX 8

PREMOBILISATION INSPECTION APPROVED FOR USE TAG

(4) For Non Hand Held Equipment

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION


EQUIPMENT NAME

EQUIPMENT ID

APPROVED FOR USE AT 10.5cm


Location /
Worksite
Inspected by Dept

Signature Date

17cm

(5) For Hand Held Equipment

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION


APPROVED FOR USE
3.5 cm
Inspected By :
Date :

7 cm

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APPENDIX 9

PREMOBILISATION INSPECTION DO NOT USE TAG

A) For Non Hand Held Equipment

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION


EQUIPMENT NAME

EQUIPMENT ID

DO NOT USE 10.5cm


Remark :

Inspected by Dept

Signature Date

17 cm

B) For Hand Held Equipment

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION


DO NOT USE / REJECT
Inspected By : 3.5cm
Date :

7 cm

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APPENDIX 10

INSPECTION REQUEST FORM (Form 1)

Portable Electrical Tool Inspection Request Form (FORM 1)

PART A
Requestor's Name:

Designation:

Company:

Contact No: Date:

Project: Location to use :

PCSB In-charge Person:

Section/Department:

PART B List of Equipment PART C


Item Tool/ Equipment Description Model S/N Remarks (Y/N)

Part D
Inspected by:

Section/Department:

Date:

Signature:
PART A, B filled by work leader/requestor
PART C, D by AP/ACP

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APPENDIX 11

ONSITE INSPECTION PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TAG

3.5cm

7cm

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APPENDIX 12

ONSITE INSPECTION PORTABLE EQUIPMENT REJECT TAG

PORTABLE EQUIPMENT AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATION INSPECTION

REJECT / DO NOT USE 3.5cm

Inspected by Date

7cm
m

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APPENDIX 13

TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION TAG

10.5cm

17cm

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Appendix 14
Temporary Electrical Installation Certificate
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APPENDIX 15

TYPICAL PETI ARRANGEMENT

portable stepdown Handlamp


SELV transformer
(240V/42V)

Coupler Multi Socket Outlet


Box
Socket Ex or Non-Ex Plug
outlet

extension lead (max. 20m) Plug portable stepdownRVS


Plug transformer (240V/110V) Hand tools
(Ex or Non-Ex)

50m max. from source to load

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APPENDIX 16

SAMPLE OF LOG BOOK

Issuance Expiry Date PCF No. Work Description Equipment Name of AP/ACP
Date

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