REVISION DESCRIPTION SHEET
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Table of Contents
7. HSE.. 8
This Method Statement outlined the following items;
- Resources to be used.
- Work procedure for internal paint.
- Handling and storage of materials.
- Risk Assessment.
- Inspection and test plan.
- Inspection checklist.
The purpose of this Work Method Statement for internal painting Works is to outline and describe in detail the procedure such as setting and lay-out plan on actual location, surface preparation, applying sequent putties / coats and all other related activity. Inform all concerned supervisor including workers the value and importance of this activity prior to implementation. This activity should be performed with strict compliance and implementation of Safety Requirements & Procedure and project specifications to complete the work both for floor and ceiling painting.
MOI Ministry of Interior (Employer)
GIJV Consultant: Gesbau Italconsult Joint Venture
BEC Beijing Emirates International Construction Co. (Contractor)
IFC Issued For Construction
QD Quality Department
QCP Quality Control Plan
ITP Inspection and Test Plan
JSA Job Safety Analysis
STA Safety Task Assignments
QCI Quality Control Inspector
MSDS Material Data Sheet
TDS Technical Data Sheet
Specification and Documents listed below are referred to;
- KAP5- Group 4 (09900) Project Specifications.
- Federal Specifications TT-E-489G, TT-E-506K, TT-T-29J…etc.
- ASTM D 16, 562, 2833…etc.
- TCA 137.1 & TCA Handbook. BEC HSE Plan.
- BEC Quality Assurance Plan.
- BEC Environmental Control Plan.
- Approved drawings.
- Material Approval.
- Project Manager
Project manager is responsible for maintaining the safety and progress of the work. He shall ensure that he has the latest drawings of the project and have updated information from the Engineer regarding project.
- Construction Manager
The Construction Manager is responsible for the arrangement of the work.
- HSE Manager
The HSE Manager is responsible for reviewing this procedure method statement, ensuring that the method statement, JSA and STA are carried out at the required time by the Safety Officer. Ensuring that all operations are briefed on the method statement and signed to confirm receipt of briefing
- Safety Officer (reports directly to the HSE Manager)
The Safety Officer is responsible for the following:
- Insure that all safety requirements to start the activity are provided by the construction group as per project HSE manual and specification.
- To conduct daily inspection to ensure that safety requirements are being maintained up to the completion of this activity.
- Ensure JSA and STA have been carried out.
- Ensure operatives understand the method statement and are briefed on the method statement.
- Advise operatives on their responsibilities and safety requirements.
- Site Engineer
Site Engineer has to insure that all the paint work is carried out as per required specifications and Method of Statement. To insure that all parties required any kind of inspection or test are suitably informed as to the delivery program. Insure that the notification time to QC is sufficient to meet notification time to Engineer.
- Site Foreman
Site Foreman team must work together to ensure that all activities regarding paints shall be carried out properly. Preparation of area and necessary requirements for the paint of this method of statement must be carried out carefully to ensure safety and on-time delivery of work.
- Quality Control Inspector (QCI)
- The QC Inspector is responsible for checking and verifying the documentation for the Inspection Request (IR) submitted by the Site Engineer prior to submit the same to the client for inspection.
- QC Engineer/Inspector is responsible for rejecting the work or prepare observation report if the work is found not in-compliance or unsatisfactory.
- The Observation Note will specify the commented work by the QC Engineer/Inspector and submit for rectification prior to carry out the Inspection Request.
- Coordinate with the Site Engineer and Client representative during inspection.
- The Painter
Shall be responsible for the Painting Application Works.
The following tools and equipment shall be used during Tiling Works.
- Paint Brush
- Paint Roller
- Spray Paint
- Sand Paper
Note: The type and quantities of equipment are subject to change to suit the site requirements.
- For Example: JOTUN paints. (Submittal Ref. No.: KAP5-BEC-00-000-00-270116-MAT-AR-1676-0)
- Man Power
- Skilled and unskilled labor.
- Supervisor / Foreman
- HSE Officer / Crew.
- BEC shall comply with all the necessary mitigation measures against potential hazards in order to reduce or eliminate the risks that are stated in Risk Assessment Analysis.
- Daily site inspections before work commences should be carried out to look for indications of any situation that could result in cave-ins and indications of failure of protective systems.
- Provide sufficient lighting during hours of darkness to allow safe working conditions.
The foregoing procedure for the Painting Works will serve as a guide or reference to the SE and QCE along the course of their work to achieve an acceptable quality of workmanship, and at the same time to control materials utilization and attaining the optimum results with less time and effort as:
- Substrate and conditions shall be examined under which painting will be performed. Work will only proceed when conditions are satisfactory.
- No painting shall be done over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions otherwise detrimental to formation of a durable paint film.
- Painting materials shall be mixed and prepared in accordance with manufacturer’s directions.
- Containers used in mixing and application of paint shall be maintained in clean condition, free of foreign materials and residue.
- Materials will be stirred before application to produce mixture of uniform density, stir as required during application. Surface film shall not be stirred into material. Film will be removed and, if necessary, material will be strained before using.
Brush, Roller … etc.
- Apply paint in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions. Use applicators and techniques best suited for the type of material being applied.
- Allow coats to dry thoroughly before succeeding coats are applied; allow a minimum of 24 hours between applications on any one surface unless otherwise specified by the paint materials manufacturer.
- Sandpaper undercoats on interior metal thoroughly and uniformly to provide a smooth, even surface for finish coats.
- Apply paint by brush, roller, spray, or other acceptable practice in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions. Use brushes best suited for the type of material being applied. Use rollers of carpet, velvet back, or high-pile sheep wool as recommended by the paint manufacturer for material and texture required.
- Brush-out and work all brush coats into the surfaces in an even film. Cloudiness, spotting, holidays, laps, brush marks, runs, sags, or other surface imperfections will not be acceptable. Neatly draw all primer or first coats, unless otherwise permitted to use mechanical applicators.
- Except as otherwise specified, apply a prime coat to material which is required to be painted or finished.
- Apply filler materials like (vetonite) even on plastered walls or fair face ceiling to insure aligned surface before putty as manufacturer recommendation.
- Apply the first-coat material to surfaces that have been cleaned, pre-treated or otherwise prepared for painting as soon as practicable after preparation and before subsequent surface deterioration.
- Number of coats and paint film thickness required is the same regardless of the application method. Sand between each enamel and varnish coat application with fine sandpaper or rub surfaces with pumice stone where required to produce an even, smooth surface in accordance with the paint manufacturer’s directions.
- Allow sufficient time between successive coatings to permit thorough drying. Do not re-coat until paint does not deform or feel sticky under moderate thumb pressure and the application of loss of adhesion of the undercoat.
- Paint type, color, surface treatment shall be as scheduled. Provide finish coats which are compatible with prime paints used.
- When undercoats, stains, or other conditions show through the final coat of paint, apply additional coats until the paint film is of uniform finish, color and appearance. Insure that all surfaces including edges, corners, crevices, welds, and exposed fasteners receive a film thickness equivalent to that of flat surfaces.
- Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture the same as similar exposed surfaces. Paint surfaces behind permanently-fixed equipment or furniture with prime coat only. Exposed surfaces are defined as those areas visible when permanent or built-in fixtures, convector covers, covers for finned tube radiation, grilles and similar items are in place in areas scheduled to be painted.
- Where visible through registers or grilles, paint interior surfaces of ducts and void spaces with a flat, non-specular black paint.
- Paint the back sides of access panels and removable or hinged covers to match the exposed surfaces.
- Finish exterior doors on tops, bottoms and side edges the same as the exterior faces, unless otherwise indicated.
- Omit primer on metal surfaces that have been shop-primed and touch-up painted.
- Dry Film Thickness: Provide dry film thickness for each finish type, including prime and finish coats, not less than total dry film thickness as specified in painting schedule.
- Stipple Enamel Finish: Roll and redistribute paint to an even and fine texture.
Leave no evidence of rolling such as laps, irregularity in texture, skid marks, or other surfaces imperfections.
- Pigmented (Opaque) Finishes: Completely cover to provide an opaque, smooth surface of uniform finish, color, appearance and coverage. Cloudiness, spotting, holidays, laps, brush marks, runs, sags, or other surface imperfections will not be acceptable.
- Transparent (Clear) Finishes: Use multiple coats to produce glass-smooth surface film of even luster. Provide a finish free of laps, cloudiness, color irregularity, runs, brush marks, orange peel, nail holes, or other surface imperfections. Provide satin finish for final coats, unless otherwise indicated.
- Completed Work: Match approved samples for color, texture and coverage.
Remove, refinish or re-paint work not in compliance with specified requirements.
The QCE shall invite the engineer to witness the foregoing procedure as per the submitted IRs (Inspection Requests).
An IR will be offered to the Engineer after surface preparation is completed. Once the Engineer approves that the surface is ready for the first coat application, an IR for first coat application will be offered for inspection. Likewise, a WIR will always be offered to the Engineer for inspection and acceptance on the subsequent applications for the second, third, fourth and final coat activities.
Frequency of inspection requests shall be as per the
8. QUALITY ASSURANCE:
|DESCRIPTION OF WORK||IN-CHARGE|
|The QA/QC Manager will monitor and ensure that this Method Statement shall be observed so that smooth Work Flow will be attained. Furthermore, the QA/QC Team shall ensure that each individual elements of the work shall be completed substantially in compliance with the approved plans and project specifications to meet client’s expectation. The following activities shall be observed: Single Source Responsibility: Provide primers and other undercoat paint produced by same manufacturer as finish coats. Use only thinners approved by paint manufacturer, and use only within recommended limits.Coordination of Work: Review other Sections of these Specifications in which prime paints are to be provided to ensure compatibility of total coatings system for various substrates. Upon request from other trades, furnish information or characteristics of finish materials provided for use, to ensure compatible prime coats are used.Material Quality: Provide manufacturer’s best quality trade sale paint material of various coating types specified. Paint material containers not displaying manufacturer’s product identification will not be acceptable.||QA/QC Manager QCE, SA|
9.1 HSE Risk Assessment.
9.2 Inspection and Test Plan.
METHOD STATEMENT BRIEFING RECORD
Briefing delivered by:
Position: QA/QC Manager
We (the undersigned) have read and understood the attached method statement and will comply with the specified requirements and control measures. If the work activity changes or deviates from that originally envisaged, we will seek further advice and request an amended method statement.
|Name & Surname||Position||Signature||Date|
|Fahd Al Jasser||Project Director|
|Ossama Janoudi||QA/QC Manager|
|Mamdouh Ibrahim||P.M. (Jizan Sector)|
|Alaa Elkayyas||P.M. (Asir Sector)|
|Islam Abdulhady||P.M. (Al-Baha Sector)|
|Matiur Rahman||HSE Manager|
APPENDIX – 9.1
HSE RISK ASSESSMENT
APPENDIX – 9.2
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
APPENDIX – 9.3