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RIYADH METRO

Package 3 (Lines 4, 5 & 6)


Method Statement for Cavity Tray, Adesobit &
Rockwool Installation,
Line 4, 5 & 6 Stations, General
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Sub-Contractor Organization:
Author Checked Checked Approved
Roberto.Bileg Carlo Agra Mohamad Darwich Dawood Rahman
QA/QC Manager Engineering Manager Construction Manager Project Manager
10-Jul-17 10-Jul-17 10-Jul-17 10-Jul-17

Line 4 – Elevated Stations:


Author Line HSE Line QA/QC Site Manager Line Manager Project Manager
Young Lee Stuart William Foster Joon Ho Choi IL Joong Kim Hoiyong Chung Ignacio Gutierrez
Date & Signature Date & Signature Date & Signature Date & Signature Date & Signature Date & Signature

FAST Organization
Checked Checked Reviewed Approved
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DOCUMENT CHANGE RECORD

Revision Date Change Description Author


AA1 10-7-2017 Creation Roberto M. Bileg
AA 10-7-2017 First submissionto Ramped Roberto M. Bileg

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Table of Contents
Section Description Page No
1.0 Introduction 5

2.0 Scope of Work 6

2.1 General Description 6


2.2 Compliance and Certificates 6

3.0 References 6

4.0 Site Planning and Preparation 7


5.0 Tools & Equipment 8-9

6.0 Materials, Delivery, Storage and Handling 10


6.1 Materials 10
6.2 Delivery, Storage & Handling 10

7 Work Methodology 11
7.1 Examination and Preparation 11

7.2 Installation of Cavity Tray, Rockwool & Adesobit 1550 12


8.0 Organization and Responsibilities 13
9.0 Safety and Risk Assessment 14
9.1 Accident Reporting 14

9.2 Alcohol & Drugs 14

9.3 Permit to Work System 15

9.4 Confined Space Working 15


9.5 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CO SHH) 15

9.6 Electrical Works 15

9.7 Plant, Tools & Equipment 16

9.8 Fire Safety 16

9.9 Work at Height (WAH) 17


9.10 Formwork Systems 17

9.11 Hoisting and Lifting 18

9.12 Lifting Operations 18

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9.13 Medical Emergency Response Procedure 19

9.14 Scaffolding 21

9.15 Traffic Management 21


9.16 Risk Assessment and Control 22
9.17 Waste Management & Spill Control 22

10.0 Quality Assurance 23

10.1 Inspection while on Process 23

10.2 Inspection after Processing 23


10.3 Site Engineer 23

10.4 Site Director, Engineer, Labour 23


10.5 Quality Inspection 23

SD Shop Drawings 24-25

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1. INTRODUCTION:
This method statement describes the tasks and procedures involved in supply and Installation of
Cavity Tray, Rockwool & Breather membrane and other required components of the system
identified in the contract documents at various locations in the specified project as per the
approved shop drawings and Project contract. The procedures should be encompassing with the
following.

 Materials
 Construction (Supply and Installation)
 Inspection and Testing
 Final Approvals
 Risk Management

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2. SCOPE OF WORK:
The scope of work for site Installation covered by this method statement includes Site Survey,
Safety Measures, Site Preparation, Logistics, Materials Handling, Installation of Items and
Inspection and Approval.

2.1 General Description:


This method statement describes the detailed procedure and
Sequence for Installation of Cavity Tray, Rockwool & Breather membrane.
All materials required during the construction will be provided as
per the approved drawing, sample submissions and contract
Specification. Material approval should be provided prior to start of any
Procurement activities.

2.2 Compliance and Certifications:


The scope of works will be carried out as per the technical
Specifications and recommendations of manufacture Company for their
respective products.
All materials and products shall be compliance with the
Standard Specifications and the Project Specification requirements.

3. REFERENCES:
 Draft Final Design Drawings
 Project Specification
 Main Contractor Project Quality Plan
 Main Contractor Site Quality Control Procedures
 Main Contractor Project plan

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4. SITE PLANNING AND PREPARATION:


Our site engineer will be in direct communication with FAST Engineering & Construction
manager or project engineer to determine the areas undergoing Installation of Construction
Cavity Tray and how to coordinate with other trades. Once the area of work is known, our site
engineer will manage the transportation of the material, the crew and the necessary
equipment to the actual job site.

Frequent on-site meetings between our Project Engineer and FAST Engineering & Construction
project engineer are necessary to determine the schedule of: Areas for installation

The time and the location of the next area for installationDeadline of installation completion at
a new given area

To coordinate with other contractor schedule within the working area.

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5. TOOLS & EQUIPMENTS:


List of tools and equipment’s

 Hand tool- A hand tool is any tool– that is, one powered by hand (manual labor) rather than by
an engine.

 Scaffolding & Ladder- used for scaffold platform for a safe work this mean this is a proper access
or proper way for safe work practice on the job site.

 Sealant Gun- Sealant gun.

 Scrapper- used for preparation of surface .

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 Cleaning Rags-Clean up excess sealant on splice joints

 Drill Machine- Drilling works

 Grinder – Grinding/Cutting works

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6. MATERIALS, DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

6.1 Materials:

Description Type Of Materials Manufacturer

Cavity Tray Galvanized Sheet Attieh

Rockwool Fiber Glass Saudi Rockwool

Breather Membrane Adesobit 1550 Dermabit

6.2 Delivery, Storage& Handling:


All materials will be delivered and unloaded to a particular spot provided. Care will be taken
to prevent any damage to the material during the unloading process and the transit from the
factory to the site. Store materials inside under cover and keep them dry and protected
against damage from weather, direct sunlight, surface contamination, corrosion,
construction traffic, and other causes.

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7. WORK METHODOLOGY:
Installation of Cavity Tray, Adesobit & Rockwool to comply with Shop drawings and application
indicated.

7.1 Examination and Preparation:

1. Examine substrate and conditions for compliance with requirement for Installation and
other conditions affecting performance of work.
2. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory condition has been corrected.

3. Clean CMU walls immediately before installing Cavity Tray to ensure firmness.

4. Remove excess mortars from CMU joints that could interfere with the suitability of Cavity
Trays and Rockwool installation.

5. Clean Vents openings (100mmx100mm) surfaces and provide correct spacing (900mm @ CC).

6. Scaffolding will be erected at the area for Cavity Tray at the specified height.

7. All Scaffolding must be setup perfectly plumb and be fixed with clamps.

8. Working platform shall be provided installed with safety handrails and toe boards.

9. Scaffolding should be green tagged after safety officers were inspected before preceding the
work.

10. All personnel working on scaffolding shall wear full body harness with double lanyards and
snap hooks.

11. All scaffolding shall be provided with access ladders.

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7.2 INSTALLATION OF CAVITY TRAY, ROCKWOOL & BRETAHER MEMBRANE:

1. Install the required Rockwool below the Cavity Tray @ Ground floor level.

2. Layout the Cavity tray – proper positioning.

3. Layout the Vents slots locations as per Shop Drawing @ 900mm CC.

4. Double check measurement prior to cut Vents slots.

5. After completion of Cavity Tray installation @ lower part, continue CMU wall laying.

6. After completion of CMU wall and required Rockwool and Breather membrane, install
the Cavity Tray @ upper part of CMU walls.

7. Then follow above item # 2 to 4.

8. After completion of Cavity Tray installation, install all required finishing activities.

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8 ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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9. SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSMENT

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 The Subcontractor will be executing their scope under supervision and surveillance of the
main contractor. The Sub-contractor will be responsible for all the necessary safety
measures at all time. All works related will be executed in accordance with the Client's and
FAST Health and Safety Plan.
 The work will only proceed when a Permit to Work (PTW) has been obtained or when
required. The PTW will be kept on the site for consultation during the execution of works.
 Special attention will be given to:
 Cordoning off the specified working area and provision of applicable safety warning sign
board, as required.
 Working at high levels should wear a safety harness and follow strictly the safe working
practices.

9.1 Accident Reporting


 HSE Manager - Approves this procedure and decides whether an incident review is necessary.
He may also delegate responsibility for chairing this review.
 Line Manager - Provides support in the application of this procedure, assists the
Investigations Team in the investigation process and the production of reports.
 Project /Site Manager - Ensures that any reporting and investigation of an incident is carried
out in accordance with this procedure, and that appropriate contact is made with the HSE
Department and other interested parties.
 HSE Engineer/Officer - Provides advice and support in the application of this procedure,
assists the Project/Site Manager and the Investigation in the investigation process and the
production of reports.
 Employee / Contractor Employee - To report all accidents, incidents, diseases, dangerous
occurrences and learning events to the appropriate person.

9.2 Alcohol & Drugs


FAST Consortium endeavor to Substance Abuse Prevention Program, includes
chemicalscreening as a condition of employment for all hourly and salaried applicants,
employeesreasonably suspected of using or being under the influence of controlled
substances or alcohol, post-accident testing, and random testing. Searches may be conducted
of property, premises, and personal effects of employees whenmanagement considers such
searches appropriate to validate safe and efficient operations.When searches occur, they will
be conducted in accordance with the site security policy and/orin cooperation with local law
enforcement, as may be applicable.Personnel found to be under the influence or in possession
of alcohol; drugs or any othersubstance which may impair judgment will be immediately
removed from the site and shall notbe employed again in connection with any work on the
RAMPED (ADA) programme. Supervisory drug awareness and administrators training will be
performed FAST Consortium assoon as possible.

9.3 Permit to Work System

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The Permit to Work System is the formal written system used to control certain types of work
that arepotentially hazardous. In general a permit to work will be required for the following
activities (list not exhaustive)

 During certain excavation or breaking ground


 Hot works (welding, flame cutting, grinding, etc.)
 Work on high voltage electrical equipment or other works on electrical equipment that may
 give rise to danger such as working under live overhead power lines
 Work involving the use of hazardous substances including use of radioactive materials
andexplosives
 Working with asbestos
 Confine Spaces
 Pressure testing of pipelines and systems
 Pilings Works
 Roof Works
 LOTO
Activities referenced in this Procedure require issuance of a Permit to Work prior to the
commencement of that activity. Work shall proceed only upon issuance of an approved permit
meeting all requirements

9.4 Confined Space Working


FAST training program includes but is not limited to the following requirements and
components:

 Confined space hazard awareness training program


 Workplace monitoring training program
 Personal Protective Equipment training program

9.5 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)


 Handling and use of Hazardous Materials
 Storage of Hazardous Materials
 Transportation of Hazardous materials

9.6 Electrical Works


The human senses (smell, taste, hearing, etc.) do not provide a warning of an electrical hazard.
The great majority of electrical accidents result in burns. Fire and explosion from sparks in
flammable atmospheres can and does lead to loss of life and serious damage to property. All
electrical installations, no matter what voltages are used, should always be treated with great
caution.
9.7 Plant, Tools & Equipment

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The term "Work Equipment" means any equipment, machinery, appliance, apparatus, tool or
installation for use at work. The term is very wide ranging, including as it does, anything from
tower cranes to hand tools such as a hammer and chisel, and from individual components
such as a swivel coupler to a complete scaffold assembly. These categories of equipment
continue to figure prominently in the accident statistics within a company. The underlying
cause of most of these accidents is a breakdown in the companies safety policy, resulting in a
lack of properly planned or implemented safe systems of work. Inadequate training of site
personnel in the need to observe safety at work, lack of proper supervision and often poor
maintenance of equipment are all contributory factors. In order to prevent these faults
occurring on Fast sites the Contracts Manager shall be responsible for ensuring that
subcontractors and suppliers are made aware of Fast’s Safety Procedures regarding the
provision and use of work equipment on site. He is to stress the needfor copies of certificates
of the appropriate/necessary tests, examinations and inspections to be provided and
maintained on site as required. The Site Manager shall be responsible for the enforcement of
the Fast Procedures as they relate to the use of work equipment on site. Furthermore, the Site
Manager is to ensure that the use of such equipment is under the control of a suitably
competent person. The requirements of these procedures relate to hired work equipment as
much as to ownedequipment. They also apply to equipment provided for use at work by self-
employed persons. It is important that this is made clear to those concerned at the time of
placing contracts with subcontractors and orders for procurement of work equipment.

9.8 Fire Safety


 Fire can result in a major incident involving fatal accidents and significant property damage.
 The risk of a fire is high when hot works are carried out. All hot works shall be carried out
under a
 Permit to work system.
 Flammable materials and substances shall be stored in a safe location where the risk of fire
spread is
 Minimized. Flammable waste shall be removed from any facility / construction site at the
earliestpossible time.
 Clear signage shall be installed to identify flammable materials and substances.
 Clear signage shall be installed to identify alarms and emergency routes and firefighting / fire
safetyequipment.
 Firefighting equipment shall be made available at all work places. Firefighting equipment
shall bemanufactured in line with EN or equivalent international standards.
 A fire risk assessment shall be mandatory for all projects and occupied facilities.

 A fire safety and emergency plan detailing specific emergency arrangements in the event of a
fireshall be developed for all projects and occupied facilities.
 An Emergency Coordinator shall be appointed to implement the fire safety and emergency
plan andcoordinate fire safety and emergency events.

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9.9 Work At Height (WAH)
The purpose of this procedure is to provide guidelines on the measures to be taken for
personnel working at height.
 Contractor Site Manager - Ensure that this procedure is understood and being implemented
in all related sites.
 Contractor Health, Safety, Environment Manager - Responsible for the development of this
procedure and monitoring compliance. To assist in the provision of whatever training is
required for ensuring the understanding and compliance to this procedure Ensuring that fall
protection systems provided are adequate and that regular and routine maintenance
schedules are being followed.
 Subcontractor General Manager Construction – Will ensure that adequate arrangements are
in place to implement this procedure and that the procedure is being applied correctly.
 Subcontractor Safety Department - To ensure that the workings of this procedure are known
and followed as required, by all personnel on the project.

9.10 Formwork Systems


 Temporary works such as formwork, false work and temporary work platform (including
scaffold) are critical components in the construction process, the failure of which may result
inmajor loss through damage or injury. Such work shall be designed by a competent person.
 Temporary formwork shall be erected by trained workers under the guidance of a competent
 Formwork Supervisor. The competent formwork supervisor shall be experienced in the use of
theselected formwork system.
 Formwork shall be inspected by a competent person prior to use and on a daily basis
thereafter.Formwork systems shall be fit for purpose and shall be manufactured to
internationallyrecognized standards. Formwork systems shall not use components and / or
fittings fromalternative formwork systems or substitute components unless expressly
approved by thecompetent supervisor.
 Fall prevention / protection shall be a primary consideration during the erection of formwork
/false work. A formwork method statement, complete with risk assessment shall be prepared
inadvance of any work. Control measures shall include formwork support and bracing,
liftingoperations and working at height.

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9.11 Hoisting & Lifting


 PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to give an understanding of the different types of Lifting
activities that are currently being used on the project and the responsibilities of those
undertaking the Lifts.
 SCOPE
This chapter applies to all personnel and equipment used to perform any Hoisting and Lifting
activity on the FAST project site. Activities involving the following equipment are included.
– Cranes, Hoists and miscellaneous Lifting devices (HIAB)
– Rigging equipment and accessories (lifting gear)
– Powered industrial vehicle (forklift) when used as a Lifting

9.12 Lifting Operations


 Failure to control Lifting Operations can result in a major incident involving fatal accidents
and significant property damage.
 Lifting Operations shall be carried out under the control of a Lifting Supervisor to the
applicable category of Lifts as identified in Form-063 (Lifting Classifications), or Equivalent
Appointed Person & Construction Manager or his Competent Designated Person for the
works.
 All Lifting accessories and equipment must have a 3rd party certification or verification of a
purchase order(s).
 All accessories and equipment used for Lifting Operations shall be subject to a schedule of
inspections and thorough examinations performed by a competent, licensed 3rd party.
 Only competent persons shall operate Lifting Equipment. A competent person shall hold a
valid certificate of training and / or valid license in line with the requirements of this SWP.
 A risk assessment shall be mandatory for ALL Lifting Operations.
 A Lifting Plan shall be developed for ALL Lifting Operations.
 A method statement and Lifting Plan shall be produced for Standard and Complex Lifting
Operations.
 Lifting Operations shall continually be re-evaluated in line with weather/environmental and
ground conditions in line with the requirements of this SWP.shall continually be re-evaluated
in line.

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9.13 Medical Emergency Response Procedure


The purpose of this Medical Emergency Response Plan is to provide guidance on the Medical,
First Aid Requirements at site locations and the action to take in case an incident occurs with
injury/illness.

The main objectives can be defined as follows:


 Each Site is to identify its First Aiders
 Each site is to issue emergency contact numbers of the site manager, his deputy, First Aid
representatives and HSE Staff.

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To Contact No. Distance(km) Time Elapsed Coordinates


Kingdom Hospital 011-275-1111 21.00 km 30 Mins 24°48'5.95"N,
46°39'17.98"E
Saudi German 011-268-5555 22.00 km 30 Mins 24°48'2.33"N,
Hospital 46°37'42.98"E

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9.14 Scaffolding
 Failure to select the appropriate scaffold system or the use of untrained, unsupervised labor
to construct scaffold may lead to collapse.
 Scaffold shall be erected by trained workers under the supervision of a competent person.
 Heavy duty or complex scaffold shall be designed by a competent person. Loading
calculations shall be documented to ensure that the proposed scaffold is fit for purpose.
 Scaffold shall be visually inspected by a competent person on a daily basis to ensure that no
unauthorized alterations have been carried out. Scaffold deemed unsafe to use shall be
clearly signed to prevent accidental or inadvertent use. The recommended method of signage
is through the scaffold tag system.
 Scaffold inspection by a competent person shall be documented at least once every 7 days
for each scaffold. The recommended method of documenting weekly inspection is through
the scaffold tag system.
 The use of scaffold shall be included in task method statements prepared by FAST METRO
RIYADH or Supply Partners (contractors / subcontractors). The requirements of this SWP shall
be incorporated into all method statements for work requiring the use of or erection of scaffold

9.15 Traffic Management


 The Site Manager has overall responsibility for ensuring that this procedure is understood
and followed by all subcontractors on site.
 Supervision are responsible for ensuring that personnel under their control are educated in
recognizing and understanding the symptoms and treatment for the various forms of heat
stress.
 Supervision shall actively monitor the work force for signs and symptoms of heat stress,
especially during summer.
 The CJV HSE Manager shall ensure that the requirements of this procedure are
communicated throughout the organization through education (Toolbox talks) and will liaise
with the medical department in identifying any trends and concerns with regard to cases of
heat stress.
 Medical personnel shall ensure that sufficient quantities of electrolyte and other forms of
treatment are available in the medical Centre for the handling of any patients suffering from
any heat related illness.

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9.16 Risk Assessment and Controls


The activities carried out by the workers are seen to be affected by a large number of risks
ofseveral types which, in turn, are influenced by various factors, such as:
Their execution systems
 Job characteristics
 Job conditions, among others:
- Interference with third parties and affected services
- The inevitable working at height
- The continuous cohabitation in an environment affected by mobile and lifting machinery.
 The employed work equipment (machines and auxiliary means)
 Qualifications, professionalism and training of companies and their employees. Each of which
has direct repercussions on the occurrence of accidents. Furthermore, there are other
activity types that are carried out in offices, laboratories and warehouses etc. All this makes it
necessary to carry out prior analyses of the activities and work to be executed to determine
which have the greatest repercussions and incidence with respect to prevention matters and
thus establish a preventive programme, plan the work and perform tracking according to
needs.

9.17 Waste Management & Spill Control


 Spillage, the unintentional release, of hazardous substances or contaminated waste may
result in significant pollution of the worksite and surrounding environment and may lead to ill
health, legal prosecution and / or financial penalties.
 Environmental aspects that may result in the unintentional release of hazardous substances
or contamination waste shall be identified in a construction phase environmental impacts
assessment and mitigating control measures determined.
 Spillage response plans shall be determine. Spillage response plans shall be included in
theproject HSE Plan or CEMP (Construction Environmental Management Plan) were relevant.

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10. QUALITY ASSURANCE


All works related to Installation of Cavity Tray, Rockwool & Breather membrane shall be
executed as per the approved shop drawings & manufacturer's instruction.

10.1 Inspection on processing

 Check quality of material and checking size

10.2 Inspection after processing

 Check material profile/shape


 Check size

10.3 Site Engineer

 Material inspection (size, surface)


 Check installation quality

10.4 Site director, engineer, labor

 Study drawings, installation method.


 Check concerns on installation, safety and maintenance

10.5 Quality inspector

 Check quality by QC team at final stage


 Making defect list by operating quality inspector

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Riyadh Metro Package 3 (Lines 4, 5 & 6)
Method Statement for Cavity Tray, Adesobit & Rockwool Installation,
Line 4, 5 & 6 Stations, General, Rev. M3-GEG-MST-EAR00-ELS-

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Riyadh Metro Package 3 (Lines 4, 5 & 6)
Method Statement for Cavity Tray, Adesobit & Rockwool Installation,
Line 4, 5 & 6 Stations, General, Rev. M3-GEG-MST-EAR00-ELS-

000003 AA

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