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PATOS
(Pre-activity Training & Orientation on Safety)
Company Profile
SCOPE OF WORK
Installation of 1 Unit of Mitsubishi Diesel Generator for AMAIA STEPS NUVALI



Mitsubishi Generator

Capacity : 1 x MGS0450B (1070kW)

Voltage : 400V

RPM : 1800

Frequency : 60Hz

Source : Vietnam

Mechanical Works
Supply and Installation of Fuel Skidbase Tank

Capacity: 2 units of 2,500 Liters each

Fuel Piping


Exhaust System



Exhaust Pipe System

Exhaust pipe system w/ insulation and cladding
(including vibro isolator, hangers & supports)


Fuel Line system (from Genset to FST) including refill & vent lines

HUMPTY M. BOCALAN
MANAGER
(DIESEL GENERATOR DEPARTMENT)
LEE OLIVER M. OLAGUERA
SR. PROJECT ENGINEER
JOHN BILL D. PACHECO
PROJECT ENGINEER/QA/QC
BENITO M. PARATO
SAFETY OFFICER
ARTHURO PANGAN
PROJECT-IN-CHARGE
MATERIALS/TOOLS/EQUIPMENTS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF GENSET
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
1. UNLOADING AND RIGGING
DIESEL GENERATOR
INSTALLATION METHODOLOGY

1. Fork Lift to start hauling out the generator unit and all its auxiliaries from the container van while telescopic mobile crane lift up the generator set directly to the generator room.

2. The crew shall place sets of rollers underneath the generator unit and shall start rigging the unit straight to the generator foundation pad.
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:
1. lack of manpower's coordination during the delivery process due to not surveying the area before the delivery.

2. Injury or property damage as a result of lack of knowledge, communication, or poorly maintained equipment.

3. Injury or property damage as a result of lack of PPE.


HAZARD CONTROLS:

1. Survey the area and identify required materials tools and equipment to execute the work safely.

2.1 The mobile equipment operator should be experienced in operating the equipment being loaded or unloaded, and should be trained in how to safely load or unload the equipment off trailers.

2.2 Workers on foot around equipment being loaded and unloaded should be alert to the movement of both the equipment being loaded or unloaded.

2.3 Have a spotter to provide directions to the operator in positioning the equipment while loading/unloading.

2.4 Safety officer and P.I.C. must conduct safety meetings with crews to provide project orientation, assign work, and avoid miscommunication.

3. Leadman and supervisors are responsible for providing crew members with adequate PPE and related training.



2. GENERATOR MOUNTING
1. The generator shall be mounted and securely positioned on the concrete foundation using 20-tonner hydraulic jacks.

2. Generator set, initially is to be lifted up by hydraulic jacks from the foundation to its enough height clearance and secured underneath with sets of 6” x 6” wooden blocks.

3. Start alignment of all foundation dyna bolts to genset mounting bolt holes.

4. Upon securing genset alignment on foundation, gradually remove the wooden blocks underneath the genset and start mounting the unit onto the foundation pad.

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

1. Workers must wear their proper PPE's.
(Hard Hat, Reflectorize Vest, Safety Shoes, Pants and Welding Gloves)

2.1 Ask question to the foreman/pic

2.2 Supervisor must be in the area.

HAZARD CONTROLS:
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:
1. Hand and foot injury due to confined work areas, sharp edges and equipment rolls over foot.


2. Injury or property damage as a result of workers lack of experience
3. EXHAUST PIPE SYSTEM
1. Fabricate and install exhaust pipe supports covering the entire length of the exhaust pipe system. Exhaust pipe supports shall be attached to the concrete walls or ceilings using dyna bolts.

2. Using oxy-acetylene, measure and cut the 10-dia. B.I. exhaust pipe to desired length. Prepare necessary pipe elbows and flanges.

3. Hoist-up the exhaust pipes and mufflers with chain blocks and start alignment. Install pipe elbows and flanges to the exhaust pipe. Spot weld.

4. Check and secure alignment of the entire exhaust pipe system. Start full weld.

5. Grind and smooth to finish all rough metal surfaces.

6. Final paint all exposed portion of the exposed pipe system with

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:


1. Inhalation due to dust/particles generated during machine operation.

2. Head and eye Injury caused by projectiles.

3. Foot Injury drop object on foot .

4. Hand Injury due to impact, penetration and compression while working.

5. Fire and heat from sparks.

HAZARD CONTROLS:
1. Appropriate natural ventilation/disposable respirators.

2. Wear safety glasses with side shield or welding mask.

3. Wear safety shoes. Lifting methodology must be done properly with supervision of pic/foreman/ehs

4. Situational awareness. Competent person w/ nc II certificate must do the welding job

5. Appropriate placed fire extinguisher, proper signage, barricade the area and remove all combustibles and fire hazards from grinding area.

4. EXHAUST PIPE INSULATION
1. Layout and cut to size the 2”-thick rockwool and Ga. 24 aluminum sheets.

2. Start insulation and cladding of the entire exhaust system inside genset room on the concrete foundation.

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:


1. Body Injury caused by fall from a given heights.

2. Hand Injury due to confined work areas, sharp edges/objects.

3. Inhalation Dust/particles generated during machine operation
HAZARD CONTROLS:
1. Use fall protection device for working @ heights

2. Proper gloves must be worn.

3. Wear dust mask

5. FUEL LINE SYSTEM
1. Fabricate necessary pipe supports for the entire fuel line system.

2.Layout and cut to desired length all 1”-dia. B.I. pipe sch. 40 required to cover the supply and return line of the fuel system from genset to fuel daytank.

3. Prepare all necessary valves and fittings.

4. Assemble and install pipes, valves and fittings. Align and spot weld.

5.Check and secure alignment of the entire fuel line system. Start full weld.

6.Grind and smooth to finish all rough metal surfaces. Apply red oxide primer paint.

7. Final paint fuel line system with owner-approved color enamel paint.

8. Rough-in layout electrical wires and conduits and control panel for the transfer pump and fuel level alarm switch system placed at the designated area
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:

1. Inhalation
2. Eye Injury
3. Foot Injury
4. Hand Injury
5. Fire
6. Electrical Shock
7. Electric Shock
8. Eye Injury
HAZARD CONTROLS:
6. RADIATOR DUCT SYSTEM
1. Check required measurements of air duct system from the radiator to the air discharge wall.

2. Layout and fabricate air duct system using Ga. 18 B.I. metal sheets and angle bars and flat bars as supports and stiffeners.

3. Layout to size and attached canvass cloth between genset & air duct.

4. Align and install the air duct system.

5. Grind and smooth to finish all rough metal surfaces. Apply red oxide primer paint.

6. Final paint air duct system with mitsubishi blue enamel paint.

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:
1. Fire
2. Electrical Shock
3. Electric Shock
4. Eye Injury
5. Inhalation
6. Eye Injury
7. Foot Injury
8. Hand Injury


HAZARD CONTROLS:
1 & 2. Appropriate placed fire extinguisher, remove all combustibles and fire hazards from machine area.
3. Unplug electrical cord and retain control of plug during operation.
4. Goggles or safety glasses with side shields
5. Appropriate natural ventilation, disposable respirators
6. Safety glasses with side shield or appropriate safety goggles
7. Wear safety shoes
8. Machine guards, situational awareness
7. WASTE MANAGEMENT
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
HAZARD DESCRIPTION:
-dust
-inhalation
-eye irritation
-cuts

HAZARD CONTROLS:
-use ppe’s
-put signages
-clean before and after work.

Threading Machine
Angle Grinder
Cutting Disk/ Grinding Disk
Portable Welding Device
Welding Rod
Hand Drill
Boltz
Hard Hat
Reflectorize Vest
Safety Shoes
N95 Respirator
Welding Mask
Pants
Welding Gloves

Dust/particles generated during machine operation
Projectiles
Drop object on foot
Rotating parts and sparks
Sparks
Improper grounding, improper operations and maintenance
Improper operation and maintenance
Projectiles, flying debris
1. Appropriate natural ventilation, disposable respirators
2. Safety glasses with side shield or appropriate safety goggles
3. Wear safety shoes
4. Machine guards, situational awareness
5 & 6. Appropriate placed fire extinguisher, remove all combustibles and fire hazards from machine area.
7. Unplug electrical cord and retain control of plug during operation.
8. Goggles or safety glasses with side shields

Sparks
Improper grounding, improper operations and maintenance
Improper operation and maintenance
Projectiles, flying debris
Dust/particles generated during machine operation
Projectiles
Drop object on foot
Rotating parts and sparks


Housekeeping:
1. Workers will provide weekly general cleaning (Every Saturday starting from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM) in their working area.

2. All garbage and scrap materials collected by workers will be pull out to site and store in their warehouse.
Radiator Duct System
THANK YOU
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