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Work Method Statement for IRRIGATION System

WORKS METHOD STATEMENT

IRRIGATION WORKS

TABLE OF CONTENTS


1.0 WORK ORGANISATION
2.0 DESIGN CONSTRAINTS AND COORDINATION
3.0 CONTRACTING METHODS
4.0 PROCUREMENT METHODS
5.0 RESOURCE PROVISIONS
6.0 LOGISTICS PROVISIONS
7.0 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
8.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY
9.0 CONSTRUCTION PHASING AND WORKFLOW
10.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING
11.0 SAFETY PROGRAMME
12.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROGRAMMES
13.0 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS POLICIES
14.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMMES
15.0 APPENDICES


1.0 INTRODUCTION

This Method Statement provides information concerning the materials, equipment, tools and manpower and method of application to ensure compliance with contract requirements, drawings, technical specification and quality control.

2.0 DESIGN CONSTRAINTS AND COORDINATION

Not Applicable.

3.0 CONTRACTING METHODS

Since PCSB is liable for the performance of any Sub-contractor, it is vital that only companies with proven track records in the relevant activity will be engaged as Sub -contractors.

It is acknowledged that before any part of the works can be sublet, the approval of the Employer’s Representative is required.

The Conditions of Contract have been reviewed by PCSB and particularly those conditions in respect of Sub-contractors. The conditions are bespoke for this project and therefore be required to be reflected in any form of Sub-contract utilized on the project.

Please refer to PHOS-CN-010 to PHOS-CN-030 for the Contract Procedures.

4.0 PROCUREMENT METHODS

Please refer to PHOS-PR-010 to PHOS-PR-030 for the procurement procedures.
5.0 RESOURCE PROVISIONS

5.1 Manpower/Labour

The number of manpower/labour to be used during the activities have been identified in the Manpower Histogram.

5.2 Plant Equipment

Typical equipment to be used shall consist of:

~ Brush
~ Roller
~ Airless – spray gun





6.0 LOGISTICS PROVISIONS

The logistic control shall be in accordance with the approved Site Logistic Plan and includes wheel wash facilities and traffic management.

7.0 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Please refer to PHOS-CP-040 for the Material Control Procedure.

8.0 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY

8.1 Storage of Material

• These are properly labeled on both the material and the storage area to indicate the material status at all times.
• Store material in a cool, well ventilated and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
• Ensure adequate ventilated application.
• Avoid contact with skin or eyes. Any skin or eye contamination should be washed immediately with plenty of water and seek medical treatment.
• If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately. Do not induce vomiting.
• Keep away from heat sources.
• All materials are under the responsibility of the material controller and the supervisor on duty at each of the floor level.
• All material must be collected and returned to the designated storage area after working hours and properly secured and locked.

8.2 Handling of Materials

• All equipment ad materials will be handled in such a manner as not to damage the item and hence its performance.
• Purchasing will be coordinated and planned in accordance with the delivery needs of the various phases of the overall project.
• On site. Prior to the delivery, detailed and comprehensive arrangements will be made to ensure the most efficient hoisting and distribution of materials into the site areas. The schedule is divided into phases to suit the overall programme.
• This will allow materials and equipment to be marshaled just in time for the installation commencement of these phases, maximizing efficiency of delivering and minimizing storage equipment.
• All materials delivery will be carefully supervised and coordinated and proper documentation will be kept throughout the contract period. Such deliveries will be arranged in conjunction with site requirements and programs need.
• Upon delivery, material and equipment will be unloaded by crane or bottom truck with appropriate lifting capacity.
• Shifting skates/rollers and a small bottle jack may be required for final positioning. Care will be taken when towing equipment on rollers, ensuring that slings are properly secured to the base.
8.3 Surface Preparation / Requirement

• The plastering to wall, soffit and column must be of lime free smooth sponge or steel trowel finished.
• The plastering should allow a period of at least 21 days at 30ÂșC for curing to receive painting works with moisture content within 10 %.
• Ensure that substrate is free from moisture and water seepage or leakage.
• Before application, ensure that the substrate is free from dust, dirt and other contaminates. Any cracks or defective substrate should be repaired/replaced.
• Appropriate amsking and protecting should be carried out prior to application works.

8.4 First Aid Procedures

Skin : Wash affected skin with soap and water. Seek medical advise if irritation
persist.

Eyes : In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek
medical advise.

Ingestion : Give large amount of water. Do not induce vomiting.


9.0 CONSTRUCTION PHASING AND WORKFLOW

During secant wall and bored piling construction, excavation for ground anchor installation and basement formation will commence in available areas, generally moving from grids 27/H towards 1/A.


10.0 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING

The Logistic Manager and the traffic management contractor shall be responsible for the management and control of the traffic in and out from the construction site.

11.0 SAFETY PROGRAMME

Please refer to PHOS-HS-010 Health and Safety Plan.

12.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROGRAMMES

Please refer to Appendix 15.1 and Appendix 15.2

13.0 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS POLICIES

Not Applicable



14.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMMES

Please refer to PHOS-EMP-001 Environmental Management Plan


15.0 APPENDICES

15.1 Inspection Checklist Form
15.2 Job Safety Analysis
15.3 Inspection and Test Plan

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