Section 1 - Communication

  • Work Instruction/Toolbox Talks/Reflective Learnings

  • PDO Second Alerts/ HSE Flash

  • Work Stoppages

  • Super Wednesday

  • 10 Q’s for Safe lift

Section 2 - Pre Rig

  • Has there been a pre rig move meeting held and the documentation signed by the DSV, TP, RMS and a copy held with the RMS

  • Are overhead line electrical certificates required and copy with RMS

  • Does the RMS have copies of Rig move risk assessments

  • Has a pre rig move route survey been completed in colour and appendix 14 completed and are they available with the RMS

  • Do all personnel have the correct training? E.g. riggers banksman, H2s, crane, FLT, lifting supervisor

  • Does the RMS have copies of Rig move procedure

  • Have all vehicle drivers been provided with a colour copy of the rig move route survey

Section 3 - Lifting winching & Plant

  • Does the RMS have copies of winching procedures

  • Safe lifting operations - Wind speed, positioning of personnel, tag lines, suspended loads, visibility

  • Safe winching operations - positioning of personnel - Winch has a Ferrell

  • Load conditions are checked before lifting

  • Are lift plans available for all lifts

  • Are all lifting equipment and accessories serviceable (e.g. Colour coded, inspected)

  • Load dimensions are clearly marked and meet requirements

  • Banksman identified

  • Lifting and winching operations adequately supervised

  • Daily vehicle checks completed

  • Daily FLT and crane checks completed

  • All vehicles have valid RAS, service and Mulkiya

  • 7 day crane functionality tests completed

  • Winch operators are visually checking the winch clutch for engagement

Section 4 - PPE & Safety Equipment

  • Impact Gloves

  • Gloves

  • Hard Hats/Bump Caps

  • Eye Protection

  • Ear Protection

  • Coveralls

  • Safety Footwear

  • Hi Viz vest

  • Face/Dust Mask

  • H2S equipment as required (escape Hoods & Monitors)

  • Are there adequate first aid provisions

  • Do all vehicles have valid fire extinguishers

  • Does the contractor have hands off tools available and are they being used

Section 5 - Supervision

  • New location checked by RMS before vehicles are allowed to enter

  • Safe control of work at height

  • Traffic managed at rig site (speed/organised called on to pad as required)

  • OHL controlled at crossing / on close to rig pad (isolated, barriers in place)

  • Load security checked by supervisors before leaving location

  • Single running loads managed

  • Do supervisors have suitable means of communication with senior management

Section 6 - Load Security

  • Drivers aware of correct load lashing inspections during journey

  • Correct load security equipment available and in good condition

  • Loads secured in on skids, loads secured on vehicles (4 chains for skids, twist locks for shipping containers, 2 chains for cable drums, no chains for pipe etc.)

  • All loads seen are they adequately secured

Section 7 - Convoy

  • Escort vehicles have the correct equipment, flashing/rotating beacon, communication arrangements

  • Convoy speeds/ procedures followed note check for distances between convoy vehicles are maintained correctly

  • Are all ODC loads assigned to convoys

  • Pre Convoy TBT meeting held

Section 8 - Welfare

  • Toilets and wash facilities, working condition, soap available, hand drying available, cleanliness

  • Refreshment/Rest area, drinking water and cups available, cleanliness, shaded area etc

  • Summer time working is managed and temperatures are monitored

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