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Table of Contents

1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE ....................................................................................................... 3

2.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL ....................................................................................................... 3

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ................................................................................................ 3

4.0 DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .................................................................. 4

5.0 RESPONSIBILITY ................................................................................................................. 4

6.0 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENTS ........................................................................................ 5

7.0 RESOURCES ........................................................................................................................ 5

8.0 METHODOLOGY / SEQUENCE OF WORK ......................................................................... 6

9.0 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................ 9

10.0 QA/QC REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................... 10

Appendices
Appendix A HSE Task Risk Assessment for Activities
Appendix B Construction Drawing Reference

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1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE
This method statement describes the techniques and methods to be implemented and the
resources to be utilized for electrical cable installation laying- (not connection) of rated voltage
from 0,6/1KV, up to and including 18/30 (33) KV, for clusters 1A, 2B, 3C,17Q,19S, 20T, 21U, 22V,
26Z.
1.1 The scope of works comprises the following separate operations:
Cable storage and handling
Cable transportation
Cable laying
Cable testing according to applied reference documents, and project procedures

2.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL


2.1 This method statement is a controlled document, and will be distributed as such to those detailed
on the Internal Distribution of Documents Matrix maintained by the Document Controller.
2.2 Internal and external distribution of this document will be by the Document Controller

3.0 Revisions to the text of this document will be indicated by a black line in the right hand side.
Revisions to forms and the like will be indicated by clouding the changed information. Details of
previous revisions will be removed. Reference Documents

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS


The following documents define the requirements to be employed to demonstrate compliance of
the works defined in this method Statement:
Specifications / Codes / Standards

Ref. Title
30.99.53.0601 ADCO SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICALINSTALLATION
30.99.67.0608 ADCO POWER INSTALLATION STANDARD
30.99.53.063 ADCO SPECIFICATION FOR MV POWER,LV
POWER,CONTROL AND EARTHING CABLES
DEP-63.20.08.10-Gen ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FOR NORTH AMERICAN
APPLICATION
30-99-00-1642 Client Site HSE Plan
30-99-90-1652 Reporting Incident and Accident
30-99-90-1653 Site Emergency Response Plan
30-99-00-1649 Site Permit to Work Procedure
30-99-00-1672 Site Task Risk Assessment Procedure

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OHSAS 18001 Occupational health and safety systems Specification
Environmental Management Systems Requirements with
guidance for use
ISO 14001, Requirements with

30.99.00.1770 PROJECT HSE PLAN


30.99.00.1772 EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
30.99.11.1804 WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

4.0 DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS


Company: Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd. (ADCO)
Contractor: Technimont Abu Dhabi
Subcontractor: Archirodon Construction (Overseas) Co.S.A
Supplier (Vendor): Authorized person, firm partnership, company, corporation or combination
Thereof with which the BUYER has sent to QUOTION REQUEST or placed
the PURCHASED ORDER
ITP : Inspection and Test Plan
RFI: Request for Inspection

5.0 RESPONSIBILITY
5.1 The Project Manager is responsible to appoint site supervisory personnel to organize, coordinate,
and oversee the execution of the work detailed in this method statement.
5.2 The Construction Manager is responsible for the organization and coordination of the entire work
detailed in this method statement.
5.3 The concerned site Engineer is responsible for the execution of the works detailed in this method
statement. He will be responsible for instructing the Foremen / Superintendent about the
requirements of the contract, including all restrictions, safety regulations, scope of work and time
schedule. In addition, he will be responsible for related logistic matters and all matters related to
HSE and the quality of the works.
5.4 The Job performer/Foreman is responsible for the day-to-day implementation and supervision of
the works detailed in this method statement.
5.5 Assigned HSE staff is responsible to assist the construction team to develop safe methods of
working and to monitor implementation of the controls as required.
5.6 Assigned QA/QC staff is responsible to assist the construction team to ensure all works comply
with specified requirement and to monitor implementation of the controls as required.
5.7 The site engineer is responsible for the elaboration of the as red-marked as built drawings
5.8 All prerequisites including approved drawings, ITP, and material inspection shall be ready prior to
start any activity.

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6.0 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENTS
6.1 Materials
All materials to be used (as per ARCHIRODON Scope of work) will comply with latest project
specifications and appropriate approvals will be obtained prior to incorporation of materials in
to the works.
Quality Control tests where ever applicable will be performed as required by the project
specifications to ensure compliance prior to any materials being incorporated in the works.
6.2 Equipment
All equipment to be used will comply with the latest project specifications and HSE
guidelines.
All equipment used will have valid inspection certificate.
Main equipment/ Auxiliaries to be used are as follows
Equipment /Vehicles
Pick-up car for personnel
Truck with crane
Winch machine (complete with tension check dynamometer) according to
installation and drum size
Boom Truck
Trailer
Jack towers shaft, sprinkler beam
Lifting jacks
Cable rollers
Skid plates
Power Tools
Hand Tools
Insulation resistance Tester (calibrated)
Multimeters (calibrated)

7.0 RESOURCES
7.1 Personnel / Workforce:
The following personnel will be used as necessary for this activity. The total number of depends
on the work front.
Description

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Foreman / Job performer
Technicians/Helpers
Driver and crane operator

Scaffolders

Site Engineer
QC Engineer/Inspector
First Aider
HSE Officer

8.0 METHODOLOGY / SEQUENCE OF WORK


8.1 STORAGE AND HANDLING
Cables and cable drums will be stored in shaded area and not under direct sunlight place with
enough room for delivery and removal as well as handling and safe storage.
Storage and movement of drums will be done in an upright drum position. In no case, the drums
be stored 'on the flat' that is with flange horizontal.
When the drum must be rolled for some reason, this will be done in the direction of arrow. In this
way, the cable will not unwind or loosen on the drum. Rolling will be limited for short distances
only not exceeding five meters. Once placed in position, proper wood or PVC stoppers will be
used to prevent drum from rolling.
When lifting the drum, a shaft will be used through the centre of the drum and a spreader beam
arranged so that the sides of the drum are not damaged.
When handling with fork lift the forks must be longer than the width of the drum being lifted. When
moving the drum, tilt the truck mast so that the drum remains in the fork and the points don't touch
the ground. Raise the forks of the forklift at least 6 to 8 inches above ground.
Insufficient clearance may cause the drum to be dragged on the ground and eventually damaged
or dropped off the forks, especially if the ground surface is uneven.
The drum must not be released until the truck has stopped completely. The drum must not be
pushed with the fork.
Sufficient room must be left between drums so that the fork doesnt damage the drum.
Stacking of drums should be avoided.
Unusable cable lengths remaining on the cable drum will be returned to the cable storage area,
taken down from the drums, measured, rolled together in rings, marked and stored in a safe place.
Wood rim protectors will be removed from storage area. Empty drums will be stored in upright
position in reserved place inside the storage area.

8.2 TRANSPORTATION

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Cable drums will be transported from their storage location to site using appropriate vehicles.
Loading and unloading will be done by crane.
During transportation, the drum shall be fastened firmly to the base through the centre hole or
across the flanges with wires or ropes. To prevent movement of drums, a combination of wedges
and transportation support should be used and tied down front and rear. The drums must not be
dropped from the vehicle during unloading.
Loading Procedure
Check drums for correct cable and size, serial number, mass and any
form of possible damage.
Select correct forklift or crane.
Select correct slings and spindle and check their condition.
If a crane is to be used, ensure that a spreader is incorporated to prevent damage to
drum flanges.
If the drum is to be rolled, observe correct rolling direction by referring to arrows on
the drum flanges.
Ensure the drum bolts are tight.
Ensure that the truck surface is clear of obstructions, nails, etc.
Do not drop drums onto truck loading bed.
Securing
Secure drums to the truck bed to prevent sliding and rolling, using adequate steel
chains and chocks.
Always try and pack drums flange to flange.
Do not lay cable flat.
Off Loading
Check the drums for any trace of damage. Damaged drums to be reported before off loading
Select correct spindle slings for the drum size and mass and ensure that they are in good order.
Ensure that a spreader is used
Do not drop the drums. Lower gently onto a firm and relatively level surface
Off load drums in such a way that they are easily accessible.

8.3 CABLE LAYING

8.3.1 Preliminary actions (Before cable transportation)


- Obtain cable routing drawings, cable lists, drum lists, cable manufacturer data (i.e
Pulling tension, bending radius)
- Obtain civil inspection release test certificate

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- Identify cable drum(s) identification, compare it with drum list
- Inspect installation area, inspect cable ways condition to be adequate for cable
laying, that is:
Trenches bottom shall be as level as possible and any change in gradient or
level is smooth as possible. First layer of soft sand material up to first layer of
Cable installation already in place.
The trench bottom shall be free of stones and other sharp objects and the edges
of the trench shall be cleared of any stones, tools or objects which may fall into
the trench and damage the cables during laying.
Ducts are clear. Duct entries shall be fitted with split bell mouths if required to
prevent damage to the cable and to the duct entry. The Bell mouth shall be fitted
so that the cable does not run on the split during installation to avoid the risk of
damage to the cable over sheath.
Pits are clean.
Cable trays have no sharp edges, and plastic protective rings have been placed
in conduit edges. Cable trays bonding of adjacent pieces has been performed.
- measure route lengths, verify cable final quantities required. Report any deviation
for quantities of cable(s) compared with drum list which might affect drum list.
- Locate drum I.D tag numbers .at storage area and visual inspect their condition.

8.3.2 Cable Laying.(Underground and Above ground installations)


Depending on the drum size and weight cable drums will be settled on winches,
jack towers or without lifting jacks.
Prior to cable-pulling the drum will be positioned so that the cable is pulled from
the top of the drum, according to arrow drum direction indicated.
Additionally for above ground installations (if any) the drum setting position will
be determined in consideration of the cable laying direction so that the cable can
be reeled out onto cable tray or ladder in a smooth curve without being damaged
on cable tray edge. Where required plastic cable tray edge protectors should be
installed. For cases when cables have to be passed through short routes of
conduits, UV conduits protection sleeves should be installed prior to cable
installation
Pulling tension will be monitored via dynamometer, according to manufacturer
recommendations.
Pulling heads, and cable stockings shall be used for long cable runs, or duct
banks. When cable pulling stockings will be used these should be examined and
after placed over the nose of the cable with care. The pulling rope or wire must
be attached to the stocking in such a way that the cable cap will not be damaged
during pulling.

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Cable rollers will be placed on adequate distances from each other according to
the cross section of cables. Corner rollers or skid plates will be used will be
positioned in corners. Laying in corners shall be with respect to the minimum
cable bending radius of cable as given by the manufacturer.
Cables will be arranged in formations and distances apart according to the
referred, standard details of installation.
Perform cable dressing tagging to the whole cable length according to referenced
documentation.
Fastening of cables to the whole length according to the reference documents
and standard details of installations.
Cable arrangement and fastening at both ends of cables
Whenever the cable will not be connected to the point of connection cable sealing
ends will be used and cable will be arranged in such a manner that their
accidental mechanical damage from other activities will be avoided.
8.3.3 Backfilling - For underground installations.
Once cable installation, arrangement, and fastening (wherever required) has
been completed, and in order to avoid cable damage, first layer backfilling will be
performed.
Complete backfilling, cable conduit sealing (exposed pipes stub-ups e.t.c )
installation of concrete interlocked tiles, PVC warning marker tape, according to
the referenced standard details will be performed the soonest after cable field
installation testing has performed.
Place route markers as per project specifications
8.3.4 Installation of cable trays covers.
Installation of cable tray covers (where required) shall be done the soonest after
cable field installation testing has performed.

9.0 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


The works shall be carried out in compliance with the applicable HSE legal and contractual
requirements as well as with the Project HSE Plan and Construction Environmental Management
Plan.
9.2 A detailed HSE risk assessment been carried out for activities mentioned in subject method
statement and the same has been attached in Appendix A
9.3 As per Project HSE Plan the significant hazard of this work have been analysed and are listed
below;
Tripping Hazards (Specific TRA to be conducted for hazard identification)
Manual Handling
Slips, trips and falls
Trapping injuries

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Hand injuries
Lifting operations
H2S Exposure Work Gloves (for Electrical)
Dust Masks
Gas Masks
Personal Gas Monitor

Controls will be implemented to minimize these hazards as set out in the Task risk assessment (TRA)
in Appendix A

10.0 QA/QC REQUIREMENTS


10.1 All works will be undertaken in compliance with the quality requirements of the Contract and
Project Quality Plan, approved method statements and ITPs
10.2 A detailed inspection and test plan has been submitted separately for activities covered by subject
Method statement for Contractor/ Company review & approval.

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Appendix A
HSE Risk Assessment for Activities

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TASK RISK ASSESSMENT


Field / Terminal: AlDabbiyaPhaseIIIMarineInfrastructure TRA Ref No 09033-ARC-CON-TRA-0041 Date 23/02/2017
Works,AbuDhabi,UAE

Team Members : TRA Member TRA Member TRA Member TRA Member TRA Member
<NAME> HSE - O. Mallillin Site Supervisor Roel Job Performer - TBA <NAME>
<Job Title (Company)> Archirodon Construction Nunez <Job Title (Company)>

Signature

Activity: Method Statement for Electrical Cable Laying

Work Location Al Dabbiya Cluster A, B, C, Q, S, T, U, V, & Z Zone 0/1 Zone 2 Unclassified


Tools & equipment Truck with crane, Winch machine (complete with tension check dynamometer), Jack towers, Lifting jacks, Cable rollers, Skid plates,
Used Hand tools, Power Tools
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TRA Team Leader Signature _ High Risk Job Authorization Job Performer Issuing Authority
(All pages) (First page only)
I have checked that all controls stated in TRA are in place and conducted Tool Box Talk
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TRA Team Leader Signature High Risk Job Authorization Job Performer Issuing Authority
(All pages) (First page only)
I have checked that all controls stated in TRA are in place and conducted Tool Box Talk
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TRA Team Leader Signature High Risk Job Authorization Job Performer Issuing Authority
(All pages) (First page only)
I have checked that all controls stated in TRA are in place and conducted Tool Box Talk

CommonTRAGuidelines:

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TRA Team Leader Signature _ High Risk Job Authorization Job Performer Issuing Authority
(All pages) (First page only)
I have checked that all controls stated in TRA are in place and conducted Tool Box Talk
Appendix B
Construction Drawing Reference

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