Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Method Statement for MEP Services

 1. Introduction

This Method Statement describes in details all the scope of work involved MEP in Civil maintenance works such as HAVC, Electrical. Plumbing, Fire and Safety etc.

2. Objective

The objective of this method statement is to clearly understand the job and step by step procedures of the execution of the job along with safety precautions, which are necessary to avoid any kind of injuries/accidents to a person or any damage to any equipment or property. The list of necessary equipment is also mentioned in this statement.

3. Scope of Work

Scope of this work includes:  

3.1 Building and Civil Maintenance Work

  • Excavation, back-filling and earthwork manually and by machine,
  • Concrete block and masonry work in new work and repair work,
  • Concrete work including plain and reinforced including new work and repair work,
  • Ceiling work,
  • Carpentry work new and repair work,
  • Glass-work replacement repair,
  • Rendering and plastering new and repair work,
  • Tiling work new and repair work,
  • Painting work new or touch up,
  • Sealing work,
  • Doors, windows and iron monasteries and partition walls,
  • Aluminium cladding and roofing and translucent panels,
  • Steel structures and collision barrier for steel structures as and when required.
  • Asphalt pavement /road repair or reinstatement due to ground settlement or condition associated when is rupture or breakage of U/G piping.
  • Steel crash barrier repair/modification as and when required.
  • Traffic signage/signboard reinstatement or new installation as and when required.
  • Car park/car park’s tarpaulin repair as and when required.
  • Fence and gate repair/upgrade as and when required.
  • Repair or supply of furniture as and when required.

3.2 Plumbing Maintenance Works

  • Repair and fixation of the pressure switch,
  • Repair and fixation of the floating valve system,
  • Repair and fixation of the limit switch for water tank,
  • Repair and fixation of tank fittings (If water leak from tank valve from top and bottom)
  • Repair and fixation of water heaters,
  • Repair and fixation for piping networks.

3.3 Drainage Maintenance Works

  • Repair and fixation of toilet flushing system,
  • Repair and fixation of washbasin flushing system,
  • Fixing the water leak from inside the wall pipe joints.
  • Decloggingng works for the pipeline.
  • Cleaning of the open canal,

3.4 Sanitary Wares Maintenance 

  • Pasting silicone (if water leak from the toilet, kitchen washbasin)
  • Fitting washbasin W.C set and flush tank (If broken),
  • Drainage flushing (If water block),
  • Replace sanitary fittings,
  • Replace kitchen sink fittings (If the water leak or fittings broken)

3.5 Carpentry Maintenance Works

  • Repair and fixation of office furniture,
  • Repair and fixation of door towel bolts,
  • Repair and fixation of door furniture including hinges, locks and door closers,
  • Replacement and fixation of kitchens cabinet accessories.
  • Repair and fixation of the staircase railing.

3.6 Painting Maintenance Works 

  • Touch up paints and painting works,
  • Waterproofing paints for (MDF) kitchen cabinet,
  • Polishing of furniture upon request.

3.7 HAVC Works  (Description Required)

3.8 Fire and Safety Works (Description Required)

3.9 Electrical Works (Description Required)

4. Definitions

  1. PPE: Personal Protective Equipments
  2. HAVC: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

5. Organization & Responsibility 

(Your Company) FM Manager Projects shall be responsible for an overall project inclusive ensuring that all safety measures are implemented.

(Your Company) Civil, FLS, Electrical Engineers shall be responsible for coordination and supervision of day to day site activities and ensure that work is done as per specification and approved drawings and all safety measures are implemented.

Site Engineer/Supervisor

It is the site engineers duty to organize the workforce in a manner and to ensure that safety and protective equipment are being properly utilized. He shall also ensure that the method statement procedure is followed and to prevent loss or damage to the existing assets of the work area.

Safety Engineer / Officer

The Safety Engineer/ Officer is responsible for devising and implementing programme and plans to safeguard, the health and safety of all employees. He is responsible for the implementation of safety programme.

He is also responsible to provide support to site engineer, advising them on safe work procedure and coordinating with maximum efficiency and minimize the risk to themselves and equipment.

Inspect all machinery, portable & manual equipment and tools before use to ensure correct storage and proper utilization.

  • Working Team
  • FM Manager
  • Civil Engineer
  • FLS Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Supervisor
  • Carpenter
  • Electrician
  • HVAC
  • Helper
  • FLS Technicians

6. Equipment & Materials

  • The following equipment will be carried out for the work undertaking
  • Measuring equipment
  • Standard hand tools
  • Standard Carpentry tools & equipment
  • Portable power tools
  • Standard Electrical Tools & equipment

7. Reference Documents

Drawings and scopes related certificates attached.

8. Methodology

  • All the materials shall be submitted for (Your Company) approval before work
  • Necessary shop drawing will be submitted to (Your Company) before work if applicable.
  • The work shall be carried out using proper PTW and necessary isolation shall be obtained by co-coordinating with (Your Company).
  • Final Inspection shall be carried out after completion of all civil maintenance works.
  • Civil  Maintenance Works 
  • Necessary permits (as applicable ) shall be obtained before commencing any work such as building and civil works, plumbing maintenance works, drainage maintenance works, sanitary wares maintenance works, carpentry maintenance works, painting maintenance works.

9. Health, Safety and Environment

  • PTW (Permit To Work)
  • A relevant permit needs to be obtained before starting the work
  • Safety toolbox meetings to be carried out before work
  • Toolbox talks to be convened & attended by all personnel assigned to do the task.
  • Hazard analysis to be done.
  • Safety personnel & designated responsible person will ensure that all above is carried out & any other statutory requirements are completed with before any work takes

PPE Requirements

As a minimum, the following PPE should be used by staff/labours

  • Hard hat
  • Safety shoe
  • Safety goggles
  • Hand gloves
  • High visibilities vest
  • Dust mask
  • Safety harness

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Method Statement for MEP Services

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