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Checklist for Remote Site Supervision

Tower type
Site ID: LIT-388 & Site Date of supervision:05/04/2018 Subcontractor: Omiacom
type(indoor CDW address: Joel TSAFACK / 694947898
Site Name: Skoum II /Oudoor) : Supervisor: Donatien TEGUIA
SITE Location: Sikoum/Cameroon Greenfield/ Profile: Sbts1:WG2_2 G9U21 Network coverage: 2G/3G
outdoor
Pre-Work Checklist
Major
Health and Safety Status (OK/NOK/SO) Comments
(M)/Minor(m
Presentation of the work authorization at height: M NOKIA OK
Reminder of 6 NOKIA Lifes Saving Rules (LSR) M NOKIA OK
CDW's competence to work in electrical systems M NOKIA OK
Presentation of HSE documentation M NOKIA OK
Wearing NOKIA Partners Badges is Mandatory M NOKIA OK
Helmet Presentation by CDW M NOKIA OK
Safety glasses presentation by CDW M NOKIA OK ²
Safety harness presentation by CDW M NOKIA OK
Safety gloves presentation by CDW M NOKIA OK
Safety shoes presentation by CDW M NOKIA OK
Presentation of the safety combination or (security vest + security pants)
M NOKIA OK
by CDW
Is it safe to use the camera on site without security restriction? VIP sites,
M NOKIA OK
restricted areas?
Is the weather being considered prior to work? M NOKIA OK
6. In performing working at heights does the wearer has an approved
M NOKIA OK
safety helmet fitted for camera and no modification has done?
transport mode to reach on site M NOKIA OK
Available backup number of CDW(another operator
mi NOKIA OK 675913000
MTN,CAMTEL,NEXTTEL)
Earthing of the site M NOKIA OK Fence not grounded
Safeness of tower M NOKIA OK
State of roof for rooftop site M NOKIA OK
Major
Documentation Status (OK/NOK/SO) Comments
(M)/Minor(m
Presentation of NOKIA certification M NOKIA OK
Presentation of updated MOP M NOKIA OK
Presentation of updated quality document M NOKIA OK
Major
Tools of Installation Status (OK/NOK/SO) Comments
(M)/Minor(m
Crimper RJ45 M NOKIA OK
Lift sheave M NOKIA OK
Hoist rope and sling M NOKIA SO
Flat and cruciform screwdriver set M NOKIA OK
Cutting pliers M NOKIA OK
Crimper RS cable Shoes M NOKIA OK
Torx key set M NOKIA OK
Crimper pin lugs M NOKIA OK
Flat key set M NOKIA OK
Allen keys mi NOKIA OK
Anmeter clamp/Multimeter mi NOKIA OK
Ethernet continuity tester mi NOKIA OK
Crimper tie raps M NOKIA OK
Heat Gun for shrinking sleeve M NOKIA OK
Cutters M NOKIA OK
hammer drill and wick concrete (For new sites/SRAT_SRAN migration) M NOKIA OK
GPS/Smartphone présentant l'application GPS online mi NOKIA OK
Compass / Smartphone presenting online compass software M NOKIA OK
Decameter M NOKIA OK
Control of the equipment delivered on site
Role and final layout of the installation of each equipment delivered on M NOKIA OK
site

Work Checklist
Major
On ground checklist Status (OK/NOK/SO) Comments
(M)/Minor(m
Quantity of Power cable used on site Vs Quantity of power cable
M NOKIA 5 m Vs 5m Not DN,cable give by Supervisor Yves Makemta
delivered from WH (remaining cable to return to WH)
Quantity of power cable FALU dismantled from SWAPPED sites M NOKIA SO
Quantity of team’s members used per site according to project
M NOKIA 2
(RAN/MW) and configuration
Time duration (days) to achieved the site per team’s members
M NOKIA 1
(RAN/MW)
Quantity of flexible PVC M NOKIA 7,5 m
Final disposal of the installatiion waste, Cleanliness of the site after
mi NOKIA OK Drilled cans of acid and old solar batteries abandonned on site
installation, no remainder of the NOKIA's material present on site
Global status of site mi NOKIA NOK Not fire instinguisher, presence of Battery bay
FSMF labelled mi NOKIA OK
Labelling of FSMF power cable correctly done mi NOKIA OK
Labelling of FSMF optical fiber correctly done (in front of FMCA) mi NOKIA OK
FSMF power cable correctly connected and protected on FSMF side and
M NOKIA OK
on FSMF power source side
Optical fiber correctly connected and protected on FSMF side mi NOKIA OK
Labelling of FSMF transmission cable correctly done on FSMF side mi NOKIA OK
Transmission cable correctly connected and protected on FSMF side mi NOKIA OK
Conformity of FSMF's breaker calibration M NOKIA OK
FSMF correctly grounded M NOKIA OK
FMSF correctly installed and locked M NOKIA OK
MPR labelled mi NOKIA OK
MPR correctly installed M NOKIA NOK Slot 4 don't have cover on MPR, missing screw
Labelling of MPR power cable correctly done mi NOKIA OK
Labelling of IDU/ODU cable correctly done on MPR side mi NOKIA OK
Labelling of FSMF transmission cable correctly done on MPR side mi NOKIA OK
Transmission cable correctly connected and protected on MPR side mi NOKIA OK
MPR power cable correctly connected and protected on MPR side and
mi NOKIA OK pin lugs not use on power cable of MPR
on MPR power source side
Cable IDU/ODU correctment connecté côté MPR mi NOKIA OK
Conformity of MPR's breaker calibration M NOKIA OK
MPR correctly grounded M NOKIA OK
DDF frame correctly installed mi NOKIA OK some vis are absent
FCOB labelled mi NOKIA so
FCOB correctly installed mi NOKIA so
Labelling of FCOB power cable correctly done mi NOKIA so
Conformity of FCOB's breaker calibration M NOKIA so
FCOB power cable correctly connected and protected on FCOB side and
M NOKIA so
on FCOB power source side
FCOB correctly grounded M NOKIA so
FMFA correctly installed M NOKIA OK
FMFA correctly grounded M NOKIA OK

Local plinth correctly installed M NOKIA OK

Local plinth correctly grounded M NOKIA OK

Passing cable correctly done on the horizontal and vertical cable tray M NOKIA OK

Remaining optical fiber or power cable or Ethernet cable correctly tidy


mi NOKIA OK
inside the cabinet or on cable tray
Picture check of Optical fiber/power cable/Ethernet cable correctly tied
M NOKIA OK
along the vertical and horizontal cable tray

Weatherproofing of entry plates and holes of FSMF after passing cable,


M NOKIA OK
ends sheath

Entry plate (hole of passing cable on FSMF) weatherproofed M NOKIA OK

State of the existing HW before SWAP (Antenna, ODU, ALU HW, FSMF,
M NOKIA SO
RFM, RRH, etc)
RS cable shoes used for grounding with its shrinking sleeve M NOKIA
Criticality OK
At Height checklist (Not applicable as recommended by the Top Major
Status (OK/NOK/SO) Comments
management) (M)/Minor(m
RFM/RRH labelled i)
mi NOKIA
Labelling of RFM/RRH's power cable correctly done M NOKIA
Labelling of RFM/RRH opticabl fiber correctly done mi NOKIA
RFM/RRH power cable correctly connected and protected on RFM/RRH
mi NOKIA
side and on RFM/RRH power source side
Optical fiber correctly connected and protected on RFM/RRH side mi NOKIA
RFM/RRH correctly grounded mi NOKIA
Checking of jumpers weatherproofing and labelling on RFM/RRH side M NOKIA
RFM/RRH correctly installed and locked mi NOKIA
FPFC labelled mi NOKIA
Labelling of FPFC's power cable correctly done M NOKIA OK
FPFC power cable correctly connected and protected on FPFC side and
M NOKIA OK
on FPFC power source side
Conformity of RFM/RRH's breaker calibration M NOKIA
FPFC correctly grounded M NOKIA
Conformity of FPFC's breaker calibration M NOKIA OK
FPFC correctly installed and locked M NOKIA
Antenna correctly grounded M NOKIA
GSM antenna support fixation check M NOKIA/IHS
GSM antenna labelled mi NOKIA
Quality of weatherproofing of Antenna-Jumper mi NOKIA
Jumpers correctly installed M NOKIA
Jumpers labelling correctly done on antenna side mi NOKIA
MW antenna grounded M NOKIA
MW antenna labelled mi NOKIA
MW antenna correctly assembled M NOKIA
MW ODU grounded M NOKIA
MW ODU labelled mi NOKIA
MW antenna support fixation check M NOKIA
ODU connector correctly tighted M NOKIA
Grounding kits correctly weatherproofed, labelled, and grounded M NOKIA
No stacking of radio modules without FMFA M NOKIA
Concerning FPKA/FPKC, the pair must be used and not the unit M NOKIA
Nom du Item Quantity commanded on DN
FSMF System Module
FBBC Flexi Capacity Extension Sub-Module
FXDB Flexi RF Module 900 triple 90W
FXED FLEXI RF MODULE 6TX 1800
FRGU Flexi RF Module 6TX 2100
FRMF Flexi RFM 6-pipe 800 360W
FPFC Flexi Power Distribution Outdoor
FMFA FLEXI MOUNTING KIT FLOOR/WALL/POLE
FPKA Flexi Pole Kit
FPKC Flexi Pole Kit
EMHA FLEXI EDGE MECHANICAL 3U UNIT
FMCA FLEXI 3U MOUNTING COVERS FRONT/BACK
FSFB Flexi System Fibre B 50m
FSFC Flexi System Fibre C 100m
FOSH Optical SFP H 850nm 6G 300m MM
FTCR OD Cable RJ45 CAT5E 15m
FSAH EAC cable HDMI-D37 15m
FSFL MM fiber, bended ends 2m
FHDB Flexi RRH 2x60W TX 900
FRGY Flexi RRH 2TR 2100
FRMB Flexi RRH 2TX 800
FRHG Flexi RRH 4T4R 2600
FYTF WiMAX Optical Cable LC 50m
FYTG WiMAX Optical Cable LC 100m
FUFBB Optical Cable LC 50m
FUFAY Optical Cable LC 100m
FBBA Capacity Extension Sub-Module
HEXABAND ANTENNA
AISG CABLE 10M
AISG CABLE 3M
AISG CABLE 1M
MECH TILT CLAMP
ANT-CELL*Multi-Band_2.17GHz*Cross-polari

Cabinet Medium Md4G with Gore filter


LOCAL PLINTH (PAIR)
FCOB Flexi Cabinet Outdoor
CA-PC25BL1D POWER CABLE 1X25 mm²
BLACK POWER CABLE RVK 1X25 mm²

Power cable IN/OUT AWG 10, 2 x 6 mm²


RS Cable shoe 16mm2 / M8
RS CABLE SHOE 25MM2 / M8
RS CABLE SHOE 35MM2/ M6
RS Hexagon nut M10 (100 pcs)
RS Spring washer M6 (100 pcs) din127 A4
Cable tie 4,6*200 black (100 pcs)
Cable tie 7,6*390 black (100 pcs)
RS Shrinkingsleeve 18/6mm black 1200mm
RS Label set for Ultra BTS sites
RS DDF 120 ohm 2 PCM for BTS
JUMPER CABLE 1/2IN. 9M 7-16 M/M ANGLE
JUMPER CABLE 1/2IN. 5M 7-16 M/M ANGLE
MCMK-HF/XCMK-HF 2X35+16 CABLE
ANTENNA JUMPER CABLE (7/16) LG 3M
RF Jumper 5M DIN Male-DIN Male
MCMK/XCMK 2x25+2.5 cable
WEATHER PROOFING KIT
MKEM-LSZH 16 y/g inst. cable (reel)
MKEM-LSZH 16 black cable (reel)
MKEM-LSZH 16 blue cable (reel)
RS INSULATION TAPE 15*10 M BLACK(10PCS)
RS INSULATION TAPE 15*10 M YE/GR(10PCS)
RS INSULATION TAPE 15*10 M BLUE(10PCS)
SILICON
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 16A 1-Pole
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 32A 1-Pole
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 63A 1-Pole
Pin Lugs 6mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 25mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 35mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 16mm2 Blue
Jumper cable 1/2in. 3m 7-16 m/m angle
JUMPER CABLE 1/2IN. 3M 7-16 M/F ANGLE
ANTENNA JUMPER CABLE (7/16) LG 2M or 3M
CA-PC16BL1D POWER CABLE 1X16 mm²
BLACK POWER CABLE RVK 1X16 mm²
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free blue 16m
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free black 16m
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free Y/G 16m
Ant MPT Int 3ft 7/8GHz
Ant MPT Int 6ft 250km/h 7/8 Ghz
Ant MPT Int 2ft 8GHz
Ant MPT Int 4ft 7/8GHz
ANT*HP_Ant_7.8GHz_DIA2.4m*Single_43.3dB
Ant Not Int 8ft DP HP 7/8GHz
MPT/ AWY Int Ant 15GHz-1ft
MPT/AWY Int Ant 15GHz-2ft
13 15 GHZ 10DB COUPLER
MPT-MC HP 7/8GHz SUP [7261-8496]
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1/1P
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1P/1
MPT-MC HP 7/8GHz INF [7107-8370]
MPT-HC V2 HP 7/8GHz INF [7107-8377]
Branching HP 8 GHz CH3-3P HP 119 MHz [8307-8349|
8426-8468]
BRANCHING 8GHz CH1-1P HP 119-126 MHz
BRANCHING 8GHz CH2-2P HP 119-126 MHz
Coupler 10 dB 7/8 GHz
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1P/1
MPT-MC 18GHz 1008/1010 2P/2 [19176-19700]
Connector RJ45 cat 5E
R2CT outdoor protection for RJ45
Ethernet cable outdoor 5e shield 80
GROUNDING KIT FOR COAXIAL CABLE DIA
GROUNDING KIT ODU CABLE(Vert/Jaune Cab)
MSS-1c
MPR subrack 8 slot clei code
CONTROL & SWITCHING MODULE E
MPR MEMORY L6TD-520
MPR MEMORY V2TD-520
FAN2U
BLANK FRONT PLATE
MPT access plug in
32 TDM PDH
MSS4/8 power supply cable 2x6mm2
Distributor panel 120 Ohms 4 term bloc
pole mount
WR112 7-8 GHz adaptor nose
Flextwist 7,05GHz-10GHz PBR84/UBR84 1m
EASv2
MSS-8 10G shelf v2
CorEvo-10G
MPR micro SD L6TD-610
Fan Alarm Evo
Consommable kit for 2 sites
Sway bar
Earth kit for indoor on rack
Antenna support for 6ft
Antenna support for 4ft
Fixation for 4ft
Fixation for 6ft
RS INSULATION TAPE 15*10 M YE/GR(10PCS)
RS INSULATION TAPE 15*10 M BLUE(10PCS)
SILICON
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 16A 1-Pole
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 32A 1-Pole
KIT MCB Siemens 5SY6 63A 1-Pole
Pin Lugs 6mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 25mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 35mm2 Blue
Pin Lugs 16mm2 Blue
Jumper cable 1/2in. 3m 7-16 m/m angle
JUMPER CABLE 1/2IN. 3M 7-16 M/F ANGLE
ANTENNA JUMPER CABLE (7/16) LG 2M or 3M
CA-PC16BL1D POWER CABLE 1X16 mm²
BLACK POWER CABLE RVK 1X16 mm²
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free blue 16m
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free black 16m
1x25mm2 Pwr cbl LSZH PVC Free Y/G 16m
Ant MPT Int 3ft 7/8GHz
Ant MPT Int 6ft 250km/h 7/8 Ghz
Ant MPT Int 2ft 8GHz
Ant MPT Int 4ft 7/8GHz
ANT*HP_Ant_7.8GHz_DIA2.4m*Single_43.3dB
Ant Not Int 8ft DP HP 7/8GHz
MPT/ AWY Int Ant 15GHz-1ft
MPT/AWY Int Ant 15GHz-2ft
13 15 GHZ 10DB COUPLER
MPT-MC HP 7/8GHz SUP [7261-8496]
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1/1P
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1P/1
MPT-MC HP 7/8GHz INF [7107-8370]
MPT-HC V2 HP 7/8GHz INF [7107-8377]
Branching HP 8 GHz CH3-3P HP 119 MHz [8307-8349|8426-8468]
BRANCHING 8GHz CH1-1P HP 119-126 MHz
BRANCHING 8GHz CH2-2P HP 119-126 MHz
Coupler 10 dB 7/8 GHz
MPT-MC 15GHz 490 1P/1
MPT-MC 18GHz 1008/1010 2P/2 [19176-19700]
Connector RJ45 cat 5E
R2CT outdoor protection for RJ45
Ethernet cable outdoor 5e shield 80
GROUNDING KIT FOR COAXIAL CABLE DIA
GROUNDING KIT ODU CABLE(Vert/Jaune Cab)
MSS-1c
MPR subrack 8 slot clei code
CONTROL & SWITCHING MODULE E
MPR MEMORY L6TD-520
MPR MEMORY V2TD-520
FAN2U
BLANK FRONT PLATE
MPT access plug in
32 TDM PDH
MSS4/8 power supply cable 2x6mm2
Distributor panel 120 Ohms 4 term bloc
pole mount
WR112 7-8 GHz adaptor nose
Flextwist 7,05GHz-10GHz PBR84/UBR84 1m
EASv2
MSS-8 10G shelf v2
CorEvo-10G
MPR micro SD L6TD-610
Fan Alarm Evo
Consommable kit for 2 sites
Sway bar
Earth kit for indoor on rack
Antenna support for 6ft
Antenna support for 4ft
Fixation for 4ft
Fixation for 6ft
HW quantity delivered from WH HW quantity delivered on site
HW to be used on site HW issue level (Command issue/WH delivery issue from /Transportation issue)
1
1,5m
1,5m

3
Quantity of HW to return back on WH Comments
CDW Coordinates l=3.9500132N, L=10.
(Position)
.9500132N, L=10.0176126E
Pre-Work Checklist: (HSE, Tools, Documentation a
Items to check
HSE Cheklist description

Presentation of the work authorization at height:

Reminder of 6 NOKIA Lifes Saving Rules (LSR)

CDW's competence to work in electrical systems

Presentation of HSE documentation

Wearing NOKIA Partners Badges is Mandatory

Helmet Presentation by CDW


Safety glasses presentation by CDW

Safety harness presentation by CDW

Safety gloves presentation by CDW

Safety shoes presentation by CDW

Presentation of the safety combination or (security vest + security pants) by CDW

Available backup number of CDW(another operator MTN,CAMTEL,NEXTTEL)

Earthing of the site


Safeness of tower

State of roof for rooftop site

Documentation Cheklist descri


Presentation of NOKIA certification
Presentation of updated MOP

Presentation of updated quality document

Tools of Installation Cheklist des


Crimper RJ45

Lift sheave

Hoist rope and sling

Flat and cruciform screwdriver set


Cutting pliers
Crimper RS cable Shoes
Torx key set
Flat key set
Allen keys
Ampermetric clamp/Multimeter
Ethernet continuity tester
Crimper tie raps
Heat Gun for shrinking sleeve
Cutters
hammer drill and wick concrete (For new sites/SRAT_SRAN migration)
GPS/Smartphone présentant l'application GPS online
Compass / Smartphone presenting online compass software
Decameter

Control of the equipment delivered on site


Role and final layout of the installation of each equipment delivered on site

On ground checklist descript


Quantity of Power cable used on site Vs Quantity of power cable delivered from WH
(remaining cable to return to WH)
Quantity of power cable FALU dismantled from SWAPPED sites
Quantity of team’s members used per site according to project (RAN/MW) and
configuration
Time duration (days) to achieved the site per team’s members (RAN/MW)
Quantity of flexible PVC
Final disposal of the installatiion waste, Cleanliness of the site after installation, no
remainder of the NOKIA's material present on site

Global status of site

FSMF labelled
Labelling of FSMF power cable correctly done

Labelling of FSMF optical fiber correctly done

FSMF power cable correctly connected and protected on FSMF side and on FSMF power
source side

Optical fiber correctly connected and protected on FSMF side

Labelling of FSMF transmission cable correctly done on FSMF side

Transmission cable correctly connected and protected on FSMF side

Conformity of FSMF's breaker calibration

FSMF correctly grounded

FMSF correctly installed and locked

MPR labelled

MPR correctly installed

Labelling of MPR power cable correctly done


Labelling of IDU/ODU cable correctly done on MPR side

Labelling of FSMF transmission cable correctly done on MPR side

Transmission cable correctly connected and protected on MPR side


MPR power cable correctly connected and protected on MPR side and on MPR power source
side

Cable IDU/ODU correctment connecté côté MPR

Conformity of MPR's breaker calibration

MPR correctly grounded

DDF frame correctly installed

FCOB labelled

FCOB correctly installed

Labelling of FCOB power cable correctly done

Conformity of FCOB's breaker calibration

FCOB power cable correctly connected and protected on FCOB side and on FCOB power
source side
FCOB correctly grounded

FMFA correctly installed

FMFA correctly grounded

Local plinth correctly installed

Local plinth correctly grounded

Passing cable correctly done on the horizontal and vertiical cable tra

Remaining optical fiber of power cable correctly tidy inside the cabinet or on cable tray

Optical fiber and power cable correctly tied along the vertical and horizontal cable tray

RS cable shoes used for grounding with its shrinking sleeve


At Height checklist (Not applicable as recommende

RFM/RRH labelled

Labelling of RFM/RRH's power cable correctly done

Labelling of RFM/RRH opticabl fiber correctly done

RFM/RRH power cable correctly connected and protected on RFM/RRH side and on
RFM/RRH power source side

Optical fiber correctly connected and protected on RFM/RRH side

RFM/RRH correctly grounded

Checking of jumpers weatherproofing and labelling on RFM/RRH side

RFM/RRH correctly installed and locked

FPFC labelled

Labelling of FPFC's power cable correctly done


FPFC power cable correctly connected and protected on FPFC side and on FPFC power
source side

Conformity of RFM/RRH's breaker calibration

FPFC correctly grounded

Confromity of FPFC's breaker calibration

FPFC correctly installed and locked

Antenna correctly grounded

GSM antenna support fixation check

Label on GSM antenna

Quality of weatherproofing of Antenna-Jumper

Jumpers correctly installed

Jumpers labelling correctly done on antenna side

MW antenna grounded

MW antenna labelled

MW antenna correctly assembled

MW ODU grounded

MW ODU labelled

MW antenna support fixation check

ODU connector correctly tighten

No stacking of radio modules without FMFA

Concerning FPKA/FPKC, the pair must be used and not the unit
Pre-Work Checklist: (HSE, Tools, Documentation and quality requirement)
Description
HSE Cheklist description
Presentation of Hard copy or soft copy of the Certification to work at heights
To check in each Certification:
-If the name of CDW(mentioned on the National ID card) correspond to those mentioned on the
certification
-If the company that issued the Certification is accredited (by the National/International Organism of
accreditation)
-If the validity of the Certification has not expired

CDW and the others team member should list:


• Do not drive if you are tired (the driver must take breaks every 2 hours when traveling)
• Always wear a seat belt while in a vehicle.
• Do not work at height without harness.
• Do not drop objects when working at height and secure the work perimeter.
• Have the skills required for electrical work and avoid working live (when the site is powered ON)
• Avoid over speeding

Check and confirm that:


* Technical knowledge (acquired by academic studies or by a combination of academic and practical study)
* Knowledge and understanding of the system on which the work will be done, and practical experience
working in this system
* Assessment of the risks that may arise during the work and the precautions to be taken
* Knowledge of local security regulations
* Ability to recognize at any time that work can be done safely

*To present following documents: "Electrical_Safety_Standard_Version_1.0_Dec_2016_, Nokia PPE &


RESCUE KIT Sample, Nokia WH Rules", "Nokia_HSSE_MEA_Global_Work@Height_Standard", "Travail en
Hauteur"

* The badges must be legible (name of the resource, name of the company, signature of the manager of
the company)
* Safety helmet must be in good condition
* Glasses must protect eyes from sparks, high intensity lights, dust, wind
* Expiry date on the harness label should not be expired
* Evaluation of the physical conformity of the harness and its lanyards
* Checking the harness label (expiration date, first use date, ...)
* Gloves should be in good quality, with insulating properties the hands from the equipment

* View of protective footwear isolating the ground technician. Insulating property of passive and active
equipments that can conduct current (good quality, large area and volume of insulation)

* Safety combinaison must be in good condition


* At least one backup number from another mobile company is essential to ensure redundancy voice call,
data communications via mobile and data networks and also for security where certain areas are not
covered by the same operator
*At least confirm presence of grounding (site, tower)
*Presence of ladder in good state is mandatory
*OCM will have to be informed if roof is found damaged at arrival of team on site, also in case of lack of
corridor leading to rooftop site and forcing resource to walk on roof
Documentation Cheklist description
*Can be verified in the database of PTID NOKIA
*Show the latest versions of the MOPs delivered by NOKIA(MOP Installation Flexi OCM, MOP FSMF
installation on Plinth, BTS Swap Installation MOP-OCM V1.0,  MPR power cabling in FCOB_OK)
*To present the documents: OCM_Audit_Quality_Note_Mosaic_V02, Wireless MR10 Audit checklist-
Cameroon picture report Jan-2018
Tools of Installation Cheklist description
Crimper RJ45 in its good condition / View of the crimper RJ45 provided by ALU
Lift sheave in its good state. View of the label of the lift sheave (date of manufacture, weight supportable
in N)

Hoist rope and sling in their good physical condition (fluffy rope: acceptable defect, damaged rope end:
unacceptable, frayed rope: unacceptable defect, slight discoloration of the rope: acceptable defect, paint
trace: unacceptable defect, marking illegible: unacceptable defect, trace of chemicals / grease:
unacceptable defect).
View the label / marking of the rope (material, name of the manufacturer, reference #, delivery time),

Flat and cruciform screwdriver set in its good condition


Pliers the cutting pliers in its good condition & protection sleeve
Crimper RS cable shoes in good condition & protective sleeve
Torx key set in good condition and isolated
Flat key set in its good condition and isolated
Allen key set view in good condition and isolated
Ampermetric clamp / multimeter in its good condition
Ethernet continuity view in good condition
Crimper tie raps in its good condition
Heat Gun for shrinking sleeve in its good condition & protective sleeve
Cutters in their good condition & protective sleeve in good condition
Hammer drill and wick concrete in their good condition & protection sleeve in good condition
GPS in its good state
Compass in its good state
View of decameter in its good state

Check the conformity of the equipment, commanded by ROM, provided by WH and delivered on site
For each equipment presented on site, to explain the role and final layout of the equipment delivered on
site

On ground checklist description


Mesure with decameter the power cable length of FSMF after installation and comparize with the power
cable length provided in DN
Mesure with decameter the power cable length of FALU (6mmm²)

Count the number of team leader used on site to deliver completely the site

Time (days) taken to achieve the site by all the team's members
To measure with decameter the quantity of flexible PVC used

Global view on site cleaned on the ground and above rack/outdoor equipments

Overview of tower and installation on-ground and on-height, way to access on equipments, access on site,
damages on sites, presence of extinguisher, presence of energy (generator, battery, solar, local energy
provider),
Legible label view on the EMHA of each FSMF up close, show the same label very close to the equipment in
order to see the equipment as a whole
View on the ends of the power cable and for each FSMF, legible labels correctly done, show the same label
very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View on the FO cable and for each FSMF, the legible label of the optical fiber correctly done, show the
same label very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View at the ends of the power cable (-45V and OV) and for each FSMF, connectors correctly performed
(with pin lugs well wired). View at the ends of the power cable of each FSMF, power connectors properly
closed with the protective sheath.,
View of the optical fiber on the FSMF side, the correctly protected connector with its protective sheath.
And for each FSMF.
View on the transmission cable and for each FSMF, the legible label correctly done and the connector with
its protective sheath.
View of the transmission cable and for each FSMF, the correctly protected connector with its protective
sheath.To use shielded RJ45 connectors on each end of cable
For each FSMF, show the amperage of the FMSF feeder (with label on it for breakers); Overview of the
FSMF power supply amperage on the power headband
For each FSMF, show of the grounding points correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable
and the overview of the Y/G cable with the 02 visible earth points.

For each FSMF, show the screws of FSMF fixation on the equipment on which it is stacked correctly
tighteneded.Front and rear FMCA view properly installed with screws.View of all srews of EHMA fixation
and stacking.Also show the overview of fixations and the equipment. Ensure the girdle are stuffed up by
silicon and FMCA hole are stuffed up after cable passing , plate of FMSF stacking ,Screws of FBBC fixation
on EMHA missing or not correctly tightened

Views of legible labels correctly done on the MPR chassis. Overview of the labels and the equipment
Views of the screws of MPR's fixation on the rack correctly tighteneded. View of the screws of all the MPR
cards and blank front plate. Overview of the screws on the MPR chassis
View on each end of the power cable, legible MPR power cable labels correctly done
View of the legible label of IDU / ODU cable on the MPR side
View on the transmission cable on MPR side, legible labels of the transmission cables correctly done.
Overview of labels with the MPR chassis
View of transmission connectors in RJ45 shielded

At the ends of MPR's power cable (-45V and 0V), show the connectors correctly performed (with pin lugs).

View of the IDU / ODU connector properly connected to the MPR. Overview with MPR. To use shielded RJ45
connectors on each end of cable
View of the amperage of the FMSF breaker with its legible label. Overview of the amperage of the MPR
power supply
View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable of the MPR. Overview
of the Y/G cable with the 2 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!
Overview of the DDF frame with the srews of fixation properly tighteneded. View of the screws properly
tighteneded on each side of the DDF frame.
View of the label legible on the FCOB cover and overview of the FCOB cover with the visible label
Views of screws of FCOB fixation on FMFA properly tighteneded . View screws properly tighteneded on
each FCOB fixation point on the FMFA. DDF repartitor mandatory to install the DDF. Cable arrangement
inside FCOB,
View on each end of the power cable of the FCOB, legible labels of the power cable correctly done.
Overview of the power cable labels with its power supply
View of the amperage of the FCOB breaker with its label. Overview of the amperage of the FCOB breaker
on the energy headband

View at the ends of the FCOB power cable (-45V and 0V) connectors correctly performed (with pin lugs).
View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable of the FCOB.
Overview of the Y/G cable of the FCOB with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!

Overview of screws of FMFA fixation on Local Plinth properly tighteneded. View of the screws correctly
tighteneded on each FMFA fixation point on the Local Plinth.

View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) each end of the Y/G cable of the FMFA. Overview
of the Y/G cable of the FMFA with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!
Overviewof the screws of local plinth fixation on ground properly tighteneded. View of the screws properly
tighteneded on each fixation point of the local plinth on ground. Verify the fixation of local plinth well
done by trying to move it

View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of Y/G cable of local plinth. Overview
of the Y/G cable of the Local Plinth with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!

View of optical fiber and power cables properly installed on the horizontal cable tray (with sheath) from
their exit from equipments till the equipments installed at height. View on all 1m, cables fixed on the
cable tray with ties raps

View of the slack of FO and power cables properly stowed on the cable tray (externalization), on the foot
of the rack (for indoor when there is space). Diameter of optical fiber slack must be greater than or equal
to 25mm

View tie raps of optical fiber and power cables fixation every 1m on each level of the vertical cable tray

Grounding view with RS cables shoes and shrinking sleeve


At Height checklist (Not applicable as recommended by the Top management)
Legible label view on the EMHA of each FRM/RRH up close, show the same label very close to the
equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View on the ends of the power cable and for each RFM/RRH, legible labels correctly done, show the same
label very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View on the FO cable and for each RFM / RRH, the legible label of the optical fiber correctly done, show
the same label very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View at the ends of the power cable (-45V and 0V) and for each RFM / RRH, connectors correctly
performed (with pin lugs). View at the ends of the power cable of eachRFM / RRH, power connectors
properly closed with the protective sheath

For each RFM / RRH, viewof the optical fiber connectors correctly protected with its protective sheath

View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable of the RFM/RRH.
Overview of the Y/G cable of the RFM/RRH with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!

View Jumper cables and for each RFM / RRH, legible labels correctly done on jumpers. View of the same
labels very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole. View of each jumper
connector properly tighteneded on the RFM / RRH module

For each RFMRRH, show the screws of RFM / RRH correctly tighteneded on the equipment on which it is
stacked. Front and rear FMCA view properly installed with screws. View of all screws of EHMA fixation and
stacking. Also show the overview of all fixation and the equipment
View of legible label on the EMHA of each FPFC up close, show the same label very close to the equipment
in order to see the equipment as a whole

View on the ends of the power cable, and for each FPFC and RFM / RRH, legible labels correctly done,
show the same label very close to the equipment in order to see the equipment as a whole
View at the ends of the power cable (-45V and 0V) of the FPFC, connectors correctly performed (with pin
lugs). View at the ends of FPFC power cable, power connectors properly closed with the protective sheath.
View of each RFM/RRH power connector with visible pin lugs. View of each power connector of each
RFM/RRH with its protective sheath tightly closed.

View of the amperage of the RFM/RRH's breaker

View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable of the FPFC.
Overview of the Y/G cable of the FPFC with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve recommended!
For each FPFC, show the amperage of the FPFC breaker; Overview of the FPFC power supply amperage on
the power headband
Show the screws of FPFC fixation correctly tighteneded on the equipment on which it is stacked. Front and
rear FMCA view properly installed with screws. View of all srews of EHMA fixation and stacking. Overview
of all fixations and the equipment

For each Antenna (S1 / S2 / S3), View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the
Y/G cable of the antenna. Overview of the Y/G cable of the antenna with the 02 visible earth points.
Shrink sleeve recommended!

Show for each antenna support (S1 / S2 / S3), show the nuts and the double nuts of antenna support
fixation on tower, correctly tighteneded. View of antenna support adaptation on tower. View of antenna
correctly fit on the antenna support
View of legible label on each GSM antenna (S1 / S2 / S3) up close, show the same antenna label in order to
see the antenna as a whole
View of weatherproof correctly done on each jumper connectors on GSM antenna side (S1 / S2 / S3)
View of passing jumpers correctly performed from each GSM antenna (S1 / S2 / S3) toward the RFM / RRH.
Per antenna (S1 / S2 / S3): # 1: Antenna toward the tower , View # 2 inside the tower; View # 3 From the
tower towards the RFM / RRH

For each antenna (S1 / S2 / S3), show the legible label of each jumper on the antenna side. Overview of
the same label with the antenna
For each MW Antenna, View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G
cable of the MW antenna. Overview of the Y/G cable of the MW antenna with the 02 visible earth points.
Shrink sleeve recommended!
View of legible label on the MW antenna up close, show the same label very close to the equipment in
order to see the equipment as a whole
For each MW Antenna, show the view from above and from below the antenna. View of alloys
recommended.
For each MW ODU, View of the grounding correctly performed (tightened) on each end of the Y/G cable of
the MW ODU. Overview of the Y/G cable of the MW ODU with the 02 visible earth points. Shrink sleeve
recommended!
View of legible label on the ODU up close, show the same label very close to the equipment in order to see
the equipment as a whole
Show for each support MW, show the nuts and the double nuts of antenna support fixation on tower,
correctly tighteneded. View of antenna support adaptation on tower. View of antenna correctly fit on the
antenna support
View of IDU/ODU cables connectors correctly tightened and protected with its protective sheath on ODU
side
View of each RFM / RRH, FPFC module stacked on each pair of FPKC / FPKA with FMFA
For each FPKA / FPKC, show scews of FPKA/FPKC fixation on RFM/RRH/FPFC correctly tightened, top and
bottom vie. Overview of each FPKA/FPKC fixation on the RFM/RRH/FPFC
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Anomaly or finding
Reduction of the volume of wires or surface strands by 50% or more over a linear distance equal to the cordage diameter
Cordage suspected of significant shock
Visible melting or burning points over 4 times the cordage diameter
Abrasion on the inside of an eye, with surface reduction of wires or strands of 50% or more
Traces of rust on polyamide (nylon)
Traces of oil or grease
UV degradation, torn surface fibers
5% of the cut or severely abraded threads in the interstice between strands
Strand cut at 5% of the diameter over a length of 1 step
Shell
10% abrasion on a length of 1 step
Melting or fusion 20% or more than 1 step
Brief exposure at temperatures above 65 ° C for polypropylene and 100 ° C for polyamide and polyester
Exposure to chemicals with risk of solubility
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