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MOBILIZATION PLAN

Vale Malaysia Minerals Project (VMMP) Teluk Rubiah, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia

Presented

to

Vale Malaysia Minerals Sdn. Bhd.

Review: December 2012

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

 

TABLE OF CONTENT ......................................................................................................................................

2

1.0

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................

3

2.0

MOBILIZATION STRATEGY.................................................................................................................

4

2.1 Pre-Mobilization..................................................................................................................................

4

2.2 Mobilization ........................................................................................................................................

5

2.3 Fuel Management...............................................................................................................................

5

3.0

SCHEDULE OF WORK.........................................................................................................................

6

4.0

SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT PLAN.........................................................................................

7

4.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................

7

4.2 Plan Approach and Actions.................................................................................................................

7

4.3 Management Commitment ................................................................................................................

7

5.0

WORK METHOD STATEMENT............................................................................................................

8

5.1 Basic Contract/Job Information ..........................................................................................................

8

5.2 Contract/Job Details............................................................................................................................

8

5.3 Method of Work..................................................................................................................................

8

5.4 Risk Assessments ................................................................................................................................

8

5.5 Plant/Equipment.................................................................................................................................

8

5.6 Operative Competence.......................................................................................................................

8

5.7 Drawings/Sketches..............................................................................................................................

9

5.8 Monitoring and Review.......................................................................................................................

9

6.0

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL ..........................................................................................................

10

6.1 EQUIPMENT TO BE TRANSPORTED TO SITE ...................................................................................

10

7.0

SITE OFFICE AND OTHER FACILITIES................................................................................................

11

7.1SITE OFFICE AND OTHER FACILITIES DESCRIPTION ...........................................................................

11

8.0

CONCLUSION...................................................................................................................................

12

1.0INTRODUCTION

M/s VALE International S.A. is developing an Iron Ore and Iron Pellet Distribution Center at Malaysia Industrial Complex. This Distribution Centre will import, stockpile, blend, palletize and export blended iron ore and pellets produced at this Facility. The VALE Malaysia Manufacturing Project (VMMP) incorporates the following in Phase 1A:-

∑1 x Ship unloading berth with 3 x grab unloaders.

∑1 x Export berth with 1 x ship loader.

∑04 x stockpiles equipped with the necessary stackers, reclaimers and combined Stacker / reclaimers.

∑Conveyors with all accessories and transfer buildings for importation, stockpiling, blending, exportation of ore.

∑Import and export sampling plants.

This contract applies to scope associated with Phase 1A. The handling capacity of Phase-1A will be 15 MTPA import and 15 MTPA export

This document presents the mobilization plan. It describes the mobilization methodology, the equipment and presents the activities schedule.

2.0MOBILIZATION STRATEGY

Upon signing of the contract, arrangement will be made for mobilization as per below details:-

No

Description

Duration

 

 

 

1.

Logistic Plan contains site office & other

15 days from LOA

 

Amenities location for approval

 

 

 

 

2.

Setting up Site Office together with other

30 days from LOA

 

Facilities & Amenities e.g electricity & water,

 

 

Toilets

 

 

 

 

3.

Arrangement for worker accommodation &

15 days ~ 30 days

 

Transport

 

 

 

 

4.

Progressively mobilizing supervisory

15 days ~ 45 days

 

personnel, labour force & Equipment, Tools

 

 

for work as per approved schedule

 

 

 

 

However, some of our site staff, labour and equipments will be mobilize / demobilize to site from time to time upon requirement of work only to avoid idling time.

The above schedule will be required to be review again upon confirmation of work contract.

2.1 Pre-Mobilization

A pre-mobilization staff will be sent to Vale Malaysia Minerals Project at the beginning of March 2012. Their role will be to study site logistic plan and obtained Client’s Engineer approval for the mobilization of site cabin and Other Amenities. We anticipate that all pre-mobilization activities will be completed within two weeks.

2.2 Mobilization

Upon obtaining logistic plan approval, the mobilization personnel will be sent to Vale Malaysia Minerals Project for the overall arrangement of mobilization. The mobilization activities will be performed on 24 hours per day. For most of the equipment & tools to be transported, we anticipate that each back and forth trip between project site and our office, in Kuala Lumpur will be completed within 30 days.

2.3 Fuel Management

We are planning to set up a small diesel storage area at site to reduce down time of equipment (travelling for topping up fuel). However, further studies require for implementing this fuel management as it require Authority approval and client approval as well. It should be noted that the fuel management is tedious and risky as well, therefore details studies require implementing this proposal.

3.0SCHEDULE OF WORK

The project schedule is the roadmap for how the project will be executed. Schedules are an important part of any project as they provide the project team, sponsor, and stakeholders a picture of the project’s status at any given time. At this stage, without details input from M/s Vale Malaysia Minerals Sdn Bhd and Master schedule from Main Contractor (C&S and Steel Structure works), it is very difficult for any contractor/subcontractor to provide a schedule of works.

Therefore, for the purpose of this tender exercise we have included preliminary project schedule for reference only as per Appendix 1. The high levels of the Programme are summarized below:-

Description

Duration

Start

Finish

 

(Days)

Date

Date

PACKAGE: C007C– ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION

397

01-Mar-13

01-Apr-14

ERECTION

 

 

 

PRE EXECUTION

396

01-Mar-13

01-Apr-14

GENERAL / COMMON AREA

141

18-Apr-13

06-Sep-13

PIPE & CABLE RACKS

347

18-Mar-13

27-Feb-14

ERECTION OF PANELS AND DISTRIBUTION BOARDS

20

04-Sep-13

24-Sep-13

CENTRAL CONTROL ROOM SN-0040ML-01

164

18-Mar-13

29-Aug-13

MAIN SUBSTATION

57

18-Mar-13

13-May-13

UNLOADING SYSTEM - OFF SHORE

197

18-Mar-13

30-Sep-13

SINTER FEED STOCKYARD – ONSHORE

166

18-Mar-13

30-Aug-13

BLENDED STOCKYARD – ONSHORE

111

16-May-13

04-Sep-13

LOADING SYSTEM – ONSHORE

120

01-Jul-13

28-Oct-13

SAMPLING SYSTEM

109

18-Mar-13

04-Jul-13

ACCESS CUSTOM AND CONTROL BLDG ED-3005ML-01

67

10-May-13

16-Jul-13

PORT OFFICE BLDG ED-3005ML-02

55

04-Jul-13

29-Aug-13

SECONDARY SUBSTATIONS

175

18-Mar-13

09-Sep-13

UTILITIES

197

18-Mar-13

30-Sep-13

SUPPORTING AREAS

87

18-Mar-13

12-Jun-13

Upon signing of contract documents, within 15 days, we will provide a Schedule Management Plan on the construction schedule approach. The purpose of the schedule management plan is to define the approach the project team will use in creating the project schedule. This plan also includes how the team will monitor the project schedule and manage changes after the baseline schedule has been approved. This includes identifying, analyzing, documenting, prioritizing, approving or rejecting, and publishing all schedule-related changes.

4.0SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT PLAN

4.1Introduction

In today’s highly competitive industry, the advancement of technology and processes has brought about an increased concern for environmental, health and safety issues facing the business community. Because of these issues, the KPE management team has made a commitment to move from compliance - driven by reactionary concerns to the development of a central strategic management plan. At the heart of the environmental, health and safety strategy lies the ability to measure performance and relate SHE programs to financial success. KPE therefore integrate the management of environmental, health and safety issues as early as possible in the construction works during the tendering and contract initialization period.

KPE’s team strongly believes that competitive advantages can be derived from such programs and that the greatest opportunities exist in providing environmentally sound and safe products to differentiate itself from competitors. In order to facilitate the integration of environmental, health and safety issues into the business activities, KPE will develop an Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) Management Plan by which it embraces the challenges necessary to proactively manage environmental, health and safety issues and obligations as per project and/or client requirement.

The SHE Management Plan will encompass the combined areas of environmental, health, safety and transportation of hazardous materials due to the often overlapping activities and agency regulations. This plan identifies the important issues currently facing KPE, establishes goals designed to actively address these issues, sets forth a framework in which to operate and establishes a mechanism to monitor progress and assure continual improvement.

4.2 Plan Approach and Actions

KPE has established a set of ambitious standards for guiding and reporting on our progress toward becoming a more sustainable company. Our SHE plan is a “live” document which will be review and update frequently to suit the current time and status of works. A preliminary SHE plan, enclosed in Appendix 2 specific for Vale Mineral Projects has been develop base on current information, which required all stakeholders input prior to finalizations and implementation.

4.3 Management Commitment

KPE will implement these principles and sustain a process that ensures all the stakeholders are fully informed about pertinent environmental issues and ensures that management is fully responsible for and committed to the SHE policy during the construction period of the VALE Mineral Project.

5.0WORK METHOD STATEMENT

All the method statement will be develop by our site team during construction period according to approve master schedule, usually 2 to 3 weeks prior to any site activities. Our standard method statement will include following segments as a minimum:

5.1 Basic Contract/Job Information

The name and number (where applicable) of the contract or job

5.2Contract/Job Details

•The name and address of the company that is undertaking the works

•The intended start date on site

•Details of the nature of the work that is to be undertaken

•The number of operatives/workers who will be involved in the works

•The name(s) of the supervisor(s) or person(s) responsible for health and safety

•The anticipated date for completion of the works

5.3Method of Work

∑A description of how the works are to be carried out in relation to the task and site- specific hazard.

∑A schedule of the works and a sequence of the operations/tasks.

∑Details of where the work is to take place and whether this designated area requires segregation.

∑Where applicable the inclusion of details regarding other subcontractors who may affect your works or details of how you will affect the works of other subcontractors.

∑For high risk works provide a detailed description of intended emergency procedures

5.4Risk Assessments

The inclusion of any risk assessments, OSHA assessments and/or site specific health and safety issues which will assist in the identification and management of task specific hazards.

5.5 Plant/Equipment

The inclusion of details regarding any equipment or plant that is to be provided for the works.

5.6 Operative Competence

The provision of any training or card schemes that the operatives undertaking the works currently hold. For high risk works provide details of the designated First Aider.

5.7 Drawings/Sketches

The inclusion of simple illustrations that can communicate tasks or procedures to the operatives where necessary or possible

5.8Monitoring and Review

∑Details of how the works will be monitored supervised and evaluated.

∑Details of the person(s) who will communicate the method statement to the relevant operatives and when this communication will take place

A Method statement may also include information regarding specific necessities as per the request of the client, principal contractor, manufacturer, health and safety specialist or local authority. At current stage, we will not provide details Method statement; however we will provide an example of Method Statement which was used in other project is enclosed in Appendix 3 for client review.

Lists of Method Statement which will be provided during construction period are listed below for information.

No

Descriptions

MSR NO

Work

Commence

Target Date

ID

Date

of

 

 

 

Submission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Exothermic Welding

MS-VALE/007/E&I/001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Earthing System

MS-VALE/007/E&I/002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Cable Support System (Cable Tray /

MS-VALE/007/E&I/003

 

 

 

trunking)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Installation of Lighting Fixture

MS-VALE/007/E&I/004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

LV cable / Submain Cable Laying

MS-VALE/007/E&I/005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Small power / lighting / control cable in

MS-VALE/007/E&I/006

 

 

 

conduit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Lightning Protection System

MS-VALE/007/E&I/007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

External Lighting (Street Lighting)

MS-VALE/007/E&I/008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

External Lighting (Highmast)

MS-VALE/007/E&I/009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Jointing And Termination Of HT Cable

MS-VALE/007/E&I/010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

Fire Stop Installation

MS-VALE/007/E&I/011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

Under Ground Ducting for Road

MS-VALE/007/E&I/012

 

 

 

Crossing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

LV Testing Procedure

MS-VALE/007/E&I/013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Note: - Work ID, Commencement Date & target Submission date need to be align with Master Schedule.

6.0EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL

All materials and equipments will be transported on to Vale Malaysia Minerals Project to site upon requirements only. Therefore, a minimum storage yard for equipments lay down area is required. We have estimated that equipment need laid down area of 60m x 20 meter within site boundary.

As most of the major material will be supplied by Client and the handing over of the material to contractor will be base on usage only, we estimated that we will use minimum of 2 cabins 40 footer for consumables materials storage.

However, the above requirement will be revise base on contract agreement and approval of schedule of work.

6.1 EQUIPMENT TO BE TRANSPORTED TO SITE

All equipments brought to Vale Malaysia Minerals Project will be transported to the laid down area. The following table is showing the equipments to be transported:

 

No

 

Equipment's description

Manufacturer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 45T

SS500 KATO

2

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 45T

SS500 KATO

 

 

 

 

3

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 45T

KO BELCO RK45H-V

4

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 45T

KATO KR45H-V

5

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 45T

KATO KR45H-V

 

 

 

 

6

 

MOBILE CRANE 45T

NK-450 B.V. KATO

7

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 35T

TR-350 M.TADANO

8

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 20T

TR-350 M.TADANO

 

 

 

 

9

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 25T

(MARK-III)

10

 

ROUGHTERRAIN 25T

KOBELCO RK250-2

11

 

MOBILE CRANE 20T

KO BELCO RK25H-V

 

 

 

 

12

 

MOBILE CRANE 20T

TL-200M TADANO

 

 

 

 

13

 

MOBILE CRANE 20T

NK-200 H.V. KATO

 

 

 

 

14

 

CRAWLER CRANE 70T

NK-200 H.V. KATO

 

 

 

 

15

 

ALL TERRAIN 200T

ZOOM LION QUY70

 

 

 

 

16

 

MOBILE CRANE 70T

DEMAG AC615

 

 

 

 

17

 

MOBILE CRANE 80T

XUZHOU XCMG QY70K

 

 

 

 

18

 

TRUCK CRANE 120T

KATO KA800

 

 

 

 

19

 

TRUCK CRANE 120T

KATO NK1200-V

 

 

 

 

 

7.0SITE OFFICE AND OTHER FACILITIES

As shown in Appendix 4, the Site Office area will be occupied by Contractor’s and Sub contractor’s offices, Cafeteria, material Storage Area and Equipments laid down area with some open space. The area is about 65m width by 47 meter length.

The office area will be covered by pavement block, with layer of sand and crusher run, where ever required.

7.1SITE OFFICE AND OTHER FACILITIES DESCRIPTION

The office includes individual rooms, a pantry, toilets and a shower. When needed, room modules can be added to the offices. All facilities were made out of insulated marine containers especially fitted for rugged conditions. All rooms are fi tt ed

wi th Ai r C o ndit i on and have their own thermostat for temperature control. The washroom includes a shower, a sink and toilets.The pantry comes with all cooking devices, appliances, and a sink. The eating room is adjacent to the pantry for staff.

For subcontractors and labours, we are planning to provide a separate site office and open cafeteria adjacent to contractor office. The location of Material storage cabin and Equipment laid down area will be behind these offices.

If power supply not available from TNB, the site office will be powered with a 300 kW diesel generator connected to a 4,000 litres stationary day tank. A 250 kw backup generator will be available until the end of the mobilization. The generator fuel tank will be refilled with a mobile tanker.

8.0CONCLUSION

The above mentioned site mobilization is a preliminary plan which required further improvement and approval from all stakeholders, such as approval from client, local authority, supplier & Sub contractor and equipment supplier. The plan required revisit again upon contract award.

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APPENDIX 2

APPENDIX 3

APPENDIX 4