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Thursday, July 29, 2021

July 29, 2021

Multiple Work Permits (PTW)

Here you can download various permits to work (PTW's) in Microsoft Word editable format. you don't need any conversation software f to convert your pdf format to Word just by clicking on the link given at the end of the each post. To download health and safety documents, reports, risk assessments, JSA's, method statements, procedures, policies and PowerPoints training and informative slides, keep on visit frequently and also share in your social media circles:

  1. Download Files
  2. PTW-Excavation Clearance
  3. PTW-Cold Work
  4. PTW-Electrical System
  5. PTW-Excavation _ Risk Assessment
  6. PTW-Hot Work
  7. PTW-Radiography Permit
  8. PTW-Scaffolding
  9. PTW-Work at Heights
  10. Excavation-Entry Checklist

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PTW-Excavation Clearance

PTW-Cold Work

PTW-Electrical System

PTW-Excavation _ Risk Assessment

PTW-Hot Work

PTW-Radiography Permit

PTW-Scaffolding

PTW-Work at Heights

Excavation-Entry Checklist

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

July 28, 2021

Water Tanker Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Water Tankeinspection, following are some main points:

  1. The physical condition of vehicles is good and free from leakage.
  2. No damage to the tire (Bolts, crack, cuts & air pressure, etc.).
  3. The side mirror should be a good condition.
  4. Head & tail light and indicators are in working condition.
  5. The wiper should be in running condition.
  6. Windshield/glass should be in proper condition.
  7. A seatbelt should be available.
  8. Red triangle/Reflective tape should be used in front of the vehicle.
  9. Registration number should be written.
  10. Front & reverse horn.
  11. Fire extinguisher in operator cabin.
  12. Operators have a valid and suitable license.
  13. The first aid kit should be available.
  14. Normal break & emergency (hand) break should bein functional & operational condition.

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July 28, 2021

Fire Extinguisher Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Fire Extinguisher inspection, following are some main points:

  1. Fire extinguisher always keeps on the trolley, it will be easy for the movements.
  2. Keep Sand bucket.
  3. The sand bucket should be covered to avoid mixing or foreign material.
  4. A fire extinguisher should be kept at waist level height for quick access.
  5. The fire extinguisher should be free from defects and regularly tested.
  6. The inspection date and due date should be dearly marked.
  7. The hose and hose connection is in good condition.
  8. Check pres. sure gauge at regular intervals for any pressure drop.

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July 28, 2021

Excavator Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Excavator inspection, following are some main points:

  1. Engine and rotating parts should be properly covered.
  2. The Track frame should be in good and working condition.
  3. Crawler belts and shoes should be in good condition.
  4. Boom and arm should be free from defects like corrosion, bend, etc.
  5. Hydraulic cylinder and hoses should be in good condition.
  6. Bucket, cutter pins should be free from defects, damage, corrosion, bend, etc.
  7. Teeth should be free from defects, damage, corrosion, bend, etc.
  8. The side mirror should be in good condition.
  9. Head & tall light and indicators are in working condition.
  10. Windshield/glass should be in proper condition.
  11. The wiper should be in running condition.
  12. The swing horn should be in good condition.
  13. Fire extinguisher in operator cabin.
  14. Operators have suitable licence/experience certificates.

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July 28, 2021

Steel Bar Cutting Machine Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Steel Bar Cutting Machine inspection checklist, following are some main points:

  1. The physical condition of the body should be good & sound.
  2. The junction box or motor should be fully packed.
  3. The rotating part of the machine should be covered by a fixed guard.
  4. The operating leaver should be insulated with non-conductive material.
  5. The bar guard should be fixed with the machine.
  6. The machine should be grounded as per OSHA/required standards and requirements.
  7. The power cable should be free from damages and connections have taken through the industrial plug.
  8. The machine should be operated by a competent person.

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Steel Bar Cutting Machine Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Portable Grinder Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Portable Grinder inspection checklist, following are some main points:

  1. The grinding machine should be in good and working conditions.
  2. The power cable should be free from damages and connection have taken through Industrial plug.
  3. A flexible cord should be provided to keep the cable free from damage.
  4. Motor capacity should be marked in RPM.
  5. Deadman switch should be in working condition.
  6. The handle should be provided for better control.
  7. Wheel guard should be properly installed with the machine, so that gap between the guard and wheel should not be more than 3 mm.
  8. The grinding/cutting wheel should be free from defects and rotating capacity should be marked.
  9. The grinding machine should be double insulated otherwise grounded.
  10. Always use the designated key for removing and changing the wheel
  11. The machine is operated by a competent person.
  12. The RPM of the wheel should be more than the RPM of the motor.

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Portable Grinder Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Drill Machine Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Drill Machine inspection checklist, following are some main points:

  1. The drill machine should be in good and working condition.
  2. The power cable should be free from damages and connection have taken through industrial Plug.
  3. A flexible cord should be provided to keep the cable free from damage.
  4. The dead man switch should be in work in condition.
  5. The handle should be provided for better control.
  6. The drill bit should be in good condition and free from defects.
  7. Always use the designated key for removing and changing the drill bit.
  8. The drill machine should be double insulated otherwise grounded.
  9. The machine is operated by a competent person.

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Drill Machine Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Inspection Checklist for Lifting Tools & Tackles

To prepare checklist for the Tools & Tackles inspection, following are some main points:

  1. Use a thimble for making I-shape.
  2. Wire rope should be knotted with the proper clamp.
  3. Web-sling should be free from defects, e.g., cuts, abrasion, knot, hole & oily, etc.
  4. l-shape should be free from damages.
  5. D-shackle should be in good condition and its face should not expand more than 15% than its original shape.
  6. Suitable I bolt should be used.
  7. lifting tools & tackles should be used having suitable strength& capacity.
  8. Lifting tools & tackles should safely be handle and store.


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Inspection Checklist for Lifting Tools & Tackles

July 28, 2021

Transit Mixer Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Transit Mixer inspection, following are some main points:

  1. The transit mixer should be physically in good condition.
  2. No damage in the tire (Bolts, crack, cut & air pressure, etc.
  3. The registration number should be written.
  4. Head & tall light and Judicators are in working condition.
  5. The side mirror should be in good condition.
  6. Winds shield/glass should be in prop01condl1on.
  7. The wiper should be in running condition.
  8. Red triangle/reflective tape should be fixed in front of the vehicle.
  9. The rotatory part of the secondary engine should be covered with fix guard.
  10. The rotating part of the gearbox should be covered by a mixed guard.
  11. Inbuilt adder should be proper with a suitable guard.
  12. Front & reverse horn.
  13. Fire extinguisher in the operator cabin
  14. Operators have a valid and suitable license.
  15. A First-Aid kit should be available.
  16. Normal bleak & emergency (hand) brake should be in functional & Operational condition.

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Transit Mixer Inspection Checklist  

July 28, 2021

Gas Cutting Cylinders Set Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Gas Cutting Cylinders Set inspection, following are some main points:

  1. The cylinder should be kept in a trolley.
  2. Always kept in the upright position.
  3. Properly y secured.
  4. Valve protection cap.
  5. The regulator should be free from any defect.
  6. The pressure gauge should be in proper condition.
  7. Provide flashback arrestor.
  8. Provide industrial clip.
  9. Hose condition should be good with colour coded.
  10. The joint should be firm and free from defect, e.g., oily, rust & leakage. etc.
  11. The touch should be in good condition.
  12. Use proper PPEs for the Job, e.g., leather and gloves & safety goggles, etc.
  13. Keep a fire extinguisher at working place.
  14. Provide booth, made by fire retardant material (If required).
  15. Work carried out by a competent person.

 

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Gas Cutting Cylinders Set Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Grit & Sand Blasting Set Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the Grit & sand Blasting Set inspection, following are some main points:

  1. The physical condition of the pump should be good.
  2. The power cable should be free from damages and connections have taken through the industrial plug.
  3. the cable entry point should be fully packed, so that water can't enter.
  4. The junction box of the motor should be free from defects.
  5. The on/off switch should be properly insulated.
  6. The rotating part of the machine should be covered by a fixed guard.
  7. The machine should be grounded as per required OSHA standard and recommendations.


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Grit & sand Blasting Set Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Electrical Pump & Motor Inspection Checklist

To prepare checklist for the electrical & motor inspection checklist, following are some main points:

  1. The drill machine should be in good and working condition.
  2. The power cable should be free from damages and connection have taken through industrial Plug.
  3. A flexible cord should be provided to keep the cable free from damage.
  4. The dead man switch should be in work in condition.
  5. The handle should be provided for better control.
  6. The drill bit should be in good condition and free from defects.
  7. Always use the designated key for removing and changing the drill bit.
  8. The drill machine should be double insulated otherwise grounded.
  9. The machine is operated by a competent person.

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Electrical Pump & Motor Inspection Checklist

July 28, 2021

Concrete Pump Inspection Checklist

The following are some key points to prepare the inspection checklist for the concrete pump:

  1. The concrete pump should be physically in good condition.
  2. No damage to the tire (Bolts, crack, cuts & air pressure. etc.,).
  3. Outriggers should be free from damages.
  4. Dangerous or moving parts should be covered with fix guard.
  5. Panel/switchboard should be covered properly.
  6. The emergency stop button should be mushroom-headed with red colour.
  7. The concrete hopper should be in good condition.
  8. The suitable mesh should be kept on the hopper to avoid getting in touch with the moving part.
  9. The clamp should be proper for the tight Joint of the pipe.
  10. The hook should have sufficient strength to carry self-load during shifting.
  11. In the case of electrically operated, electrically connect on should
  12. be taken properly.
  13. In the case of electrically operated, the machine should be grounded as per IS 3043:1987.
  14. The concrete pump should be operated by a competent person.
  15. The concrete pipe should be free from damages.

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Concrete Pump  Inspection Checklist 

Sunday, July 25, 2021

July 25, 2021

Warehouse Inspection Checklist

To prepare Warehouse Inspection Checklist, you can use the following key points and amend as per your requirements:

A. LAYOUT  

  1. The area is tidy and well kept.
  2. Adequate storage space is provided. 
  3. The floor is free of obstructions and not-slippery.
  4. Any opening in the floor is guarded or covered. 
  5. Aisles are sufficiently wide for vehicular traffic and marked. 
  6. Walkways marked and guarded if necessary. 

B. ENVIRONMENTS 

  1. Lighting is adequate. 
  2. Lighting covers and fittings are secure. 
  3. Noise level is acceptable/adequately controlled.
  4. Ventilation is adequate. 

C. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 

  1. Written procedures posted. 
  2. Extinguishers of the appropriate type are easily accessible and kept clear.
  3. Tag on Fire Extinguishers (FE) have been inspected in the last 6 months.
  4. Visitor Emergency Guides are available.
  5. The alarm can be heard throughout the warehouse.
  6. Escape routes are clear and marked.
  7. Emergency and hazard signage is visible.
  8. Evacuation drills carried out.

D. FIRST AID FACILITIES 

  1. First Aid kits accessible within 5 minutes. 
  2. First Aid kits are stocked and contents are updated. 
  3. Names and contacts of first aiders assigned and displayed apparently on the designated locations.

E. GENERAL FACILITIES 

  1. Washing facilities are clean and functional. 
  2. Lockers or equivalent available for staff. 
  3. Eating areas clean, hygienic and adequately serviced.
  4. EHS posters and information is displayed. 

F. MANUAL HANDLING AND ERGONOMICS

  1. Heavy items stored at waist height. 
  2. Platform ladders are securely and easily available to access items stored on higher shelves.
  3. Trolleys are available for heavy items and loads.
  4. Stored items adequately secured and stable.
  5. Are cutting tools, surfaces and guillotines properly safeguarded.

G. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 

  1. Recycling posters and information displayed. 
  2. Paper, Toner and compound recycling bins are provided.
  3. Notice to encourage double-sided photocopying and printing is displayed.

H. ELECTRICAL SAFETY 

  1. Portable equipment has current test tags. 
  2. Electrical power leads in good condition. 
  3. Power wires/cables are off the floor.
  4. Power boards used and not overloaded. 
  5. Faulty equipment is tagged out. 

I. GENERAL WAREHOUSE 

  1. HSE warning signage in good and catchy condition.
  2. Plant & equipment Procedure and manuals are updated and available.
  3. Warehouse free of food and drink. 
  4. Is shelving of the material and other objects secured correctly and in safe condition?
  5. Are shelving load weights known and followed?
  6. Loading dock edges are marked and guarded.
  7. Loading dock gates are closed properly when not in use.

J. CHEMICAL ASPECTS 

  1. Chemical Inventory and MSDS available. 
  2. Spill kits are available and maintained. 
  3. Containers are labelled with chemical names and Class diamonds.
  4. Chemicals are stored safely, correctly, bunded and segregated from all drains.
  5. Gas cylinders stored securely. 
  6. Chemicals labelled. 
  7. Hazchem and other signs adequate. 

K. PLANT AND EQUIPMENT 

  1. The area around the plant clean. 
  2. Access to the plant is clear. 
  3. Safe working instructions displayed close to the plant.
  4. Plant and equipment maintained regularly, properly and in good condition.
  5. Emergency stops are working. 
  6. Plant guarding in place. 
  7. No sharp edges extending into aisles or walkways. 
  8. Seating appropriate and in good condition. 

L. FORKLIFTS AND OTHER TRANSPORTS

  1. Forklift operators are trained and when required registered.
  2. Forklift operators are maintained and checked regularly.
  3. Staff are trained in basic forklift maintenance: recharging or fueling.
  4. Adequately refurbished recharging/refuelling stations provided?
  5. Is forklift Vehicle safety equipment used correctly? (Such as seatbelts).
  6. In case of gas/petrol powered forklift, is the ventilation adequately available/installed?

M. WASTE DISPOSAL 

  1. Waste containers are provided and labelled appropriately with Class Diamonds where applicable and relevant.
  2. Segregation and storage for waste essentially away from drains.
  3. Spill kits are available. 

N. PPE 

  1. Correctly stored after each use. 
  2. Well maintained and in good condition. 
  3. Required PPE available. 

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Thursday, July 15, 2021

July 15, 2021

Consultant / Contractor Registration Request

This form must be completed and submitted to the Registration Department by the Contractor or Consultant before applying for approval of any or all of the pre-construction.

The following form is to register consulting companies and contracting within the building and engineering department of the state/country/federal or provincial and to make sure that they fulfil all the conditions and provide them with the mandatory requirements of each Organization to get the final registration. 

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Consultant / Contractor Registration Request

July 15, 2021

Health, Safety Environmental Quality (HSEQ)-NOC- For Pre-construction Activities

Declaration Statement Health, Safety Environmental Quality (HSEQ)-NOC-For Pre-Construction Activities: 

We [Organization/Company/Contractor] hereby confirm that the following Site/Project HSE requirements shall comply for the complete duration of fit-out works: -

Description

  • Provisioning of First aid box.
  • Provisioning of certified first aider(s).
  • Adequate numbers of fire extinguishers.
  • Safety Officer / Safety In-charge shall be available on the site as per HSE requirements and proper site supervision will be available.
  • Site/project HSE In-charge/or assigned safety representative is made aware of emergency response procedures including the accident reporting procedures/protocol.
  • Site-specific risk assessments and method statements are available for all activities.
  • All types of fixed scaffoldings, mobile elevated work platforms shall be provided as per Site/Project HSE regulations and a competent person available for erection, inspection & operation (competent person need to be certified by a 3rd party).
  • Provisioning of welfare facilities Drinking water, Toilets, washing facilities, Rest area to be ensured on the site as per the requirements of Site/Project.
  • Employees/technicians and other staff trained in basic firefighting (approved 3rd   party, with practical firefighting training) shall be available on site.
  • Adequate personal protective equipment shall be provided to all operatives and will be ensured that PPEs are worn by the workers & staff during the work.
  • Provide mobilization plan on A3 sheet showing locations for construction hoarding, construction signboard, safety signage plan and site office/desk location.

Note: 

We [Organization/Company/Contractor] undertake to carry out the above-stated works following HSE, Site/Project and other relevant International Construction Safety Standards. We [Organization/Company/Contractor] are well aware that we are liable for financial penalties/warning letters for failing to carry out our works following the Site/Project HSE regulations & standards. We [Organization/Company/Contractor] are also aware that in the event of Site/Project HSE issuing Stop Work Orders or Prohibition Notices, we are bound to stop work immediately till we comply with Site/Project HSE requirements following Site/Project HSE Regulations & Standards.

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HSEQ-NOC- For Pre-construction Activities 

July 15, 2021

Fit-Out Work Permit Request Form

To carryout any fit-out work for any facility, the following Fit-Out Work Permit Request Form required for the contractor/sub-contractor:

Required Information and Submittals:

  1. Consultant/Interior designer Appointment Letter from tenant and Cons./interior designer Acceptance letter (Originals)
  2. Copy of Consultant’s /interior designer Trade License & Municipality Reg.
  3. Contractor Appointment Letter from tenant and Contractor Acceptance letter (Originals)
  4. Copy of Contractor Trade License & Municipality Reg.
  5. Sector/Govt. Authority/Institution HSEQ NOC
  6. Required NOCs from local Authorities (if applicable)
  7. Proof of [Sector/Govt. Authority/Institution] transfer
  8. Copy of Tenancy lease agreement
  9. Design Drawings 
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July 15, 2021

Risk Assessment for Fit-Out Work

1. Scope of Risk Assessment 

The objective of this fit out Risk Assessment is to provide relevant information to guide and assist contractors, tenants, site engineer/supervisors and their designers, architects and fit-out contractors to make sure accomplishment and fulfillment of fit-out works safely, and as per all building standards which are applied locally and internationally or where your business exists.

The facility occupants will remain entirely accountable for compliance with the provisions of this manual and are therefore advised to read its contents carefully.

The facility occupants must make sure that proper risk assessment is conducted by the competent assessor and a copy of this Risk Assessment is provided to their architects, designers, engineers and contractors to make sure that all design and fit-out works are undertaken following the proper instructions and risks addressed in the risk assessment. 

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2. Activities

  1. Hand tools
  2. Power tools
  3. Working at height
  4. Site temporary electricity
  5. Material Handling & Storage
  6. Painting
  7. Housekeeping
  8. Fire alarm
  9. Mishandling
  10. Modification of Fire
  11. alarm / Firefighting
  12. System due to revised
  13. layouts
  14. Site Security
  15. Welding, cutting, grinding works

3. Hazard

  1. Use of unsafe / damaged /worn-out power tools, device or machinery.
  2. Using ladders, scaffolds / mobile towers, MEWPs
  3. Heavy, unstable loads,
  4. unorganized storage. 
  5. Overloaded sockets, trailing cables, tripping hazard
  6. Heavy, unstable loads, unorganized storage.
  7. Splashback, fumes, flammable substance
  8. False alarm, automatic fire fighting system activation
  9. Isolation of Fire alarm /
  10. Sprinkler system without approval/ work permit from Municipality
  11. The in-secured site, material Uncontrolled personnel access
  12. Hot works, open flames, sparks

4. Risk

  1. Personal injuries to operatives.
  2. Hand injuries, cuts, bruises, eye injuries, other bodily injuries.
  3. Personal injuries to operatives. Electric shock, burns, bruises, eye injuries. 
  4. Other various bodily injuries.
  5. Fire risk due to damaged tools with exposed cables / short circuits.
  6. Personal injuries/fatality due to falling from height.
  7. Physical injuries to others due to falling objects, material or tools from height. 
  8. Collapse to elevated work platforms due to uneven surface.
  9. Fire risk due to short circuit, 
  10. Personal injuries to operatives due to tripping, 
  11. Cable damages due to lying unorganized on floor.
  12. Back injuries due to lifting of heavy material. Storage material blocking the emergency exits.  Slip, trip, fall hazards.
  13. Operatives getting paint splashed into their eyes. Health issues due to fumes inhalation. Risk of fire.
  14. Personal injuries to due slipping, tripping and falls. The presence of unwanted material increases the risk of fire.
  15. Theft of material, arson Personal injuries, fatality, property damage due to fire.

5. Control Measures

  1. Inspection of all hand tools to be carried out by the site supervisor before the start of any activity on site. Daily planned and random inspections to be conducted by the operatives/site supervisors.
  2. before the start of the day job and report the damaged tools to supervisor. Use proper PPE. Damaged tools to be removed from the site immediately. No makeshift tools to be used.
  3. Pre uses visual inspection for damage/defects to tools, cables, plugs - defective tools to be taken out of use immediately. Proper Health and safety Training to be provided to all operatives/employees/technicians using the power tools. 
  4. Erection of scaffolds / mobile tower shall be done by 3rd   party trained /certified scaffolders only. Tool’s lanyards to be provided to operatives working at height. 
  5. Proper housekeeping shall be maintained above and be the work platforms. 
  6. Full body harness shall be worn at all times while working at height to avoid any severe physical and fatal injuries.
  7. The 3rd party certified MEWPs shall be used and only trained operators shall be allowed to operate. Weather conditions (severe rain, thunderstorm or heat) to be monitored while working outdoors.
  8. Site electricity to be distributed using proper DB which shall be fitted with ELCB. Electrical or other installation cables to be routed away from aisles and walkways. Exposed cables shall be protected properly. Only industrial sockets shall be used.
  9. Proper lifting techniques to be adopted by all operatives who are involved in manual handling through toolbox talks 
  10. Use safety goggles, hand gloves, mask etc. while doing the painting job. Area to be kept ventilated. All flammable material to be used in a controlled manner.
  11. Continuous housekeeping shall be maintained at all times. Controlled issuance of flammable material for the site to be ensured. Adequate firefighting arrangements shall be ensured.
  12. Strict instructions to all operatives during toolbox talk about the importance of fire alarm and life safety system devices.
  13. Strict coordination with building maintenance department/landlord through work permits system in case any isolation / shut down of building life safety systems is required. Certified/trained firefighters shall be provided for the duration of system shutdown.
  14. The site to be secured at all times. No unauthorized access allowed on site.
  15. Permit to work system to be put in place to ensure control over hot works. All hot work permit requests shall be submitted to Municipality for approval at least 24 hours before the planned works on site.

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Risk Assessment for Fit-Out Work

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

July 14, 2021

Method Statement for General Door-Window Fitting-Replacement

 Scope

The scope of the written Method of Statement for General Door/Window Fitting/Replacement. employees/technicians/labourers are executed following the Contract Specification and safety requirements, related hazards and concerns are analyzed and safety precautions are implemented throughout the progress of the work.

Objective

  • Strict adherence to this method statement is critical to the health and safety of all manpower engaged in the work.
  • Any alteration or change must first be authorized by the site supervisor.
  • Work safely throughout the entire process.

Term & Definitions

  • Follow the agreed terms and conditions to proceed with the job
  • [Client/Company] and Local Authority Regulations
  • Contract Requirements & Specifications
  • [Client/Company] HSE & PTW requirements
  • HSE – Health, Safety, and Environment
  • PTW – Permit to Work
  • Toolbox talk – Pre-Task briefings related to safety
  • PPE – Personal Protective Equipment
  • MOS – Method of statement 
  • Contractor – [XYZ]
  • Performer – Contractor Engineer

Key Plant and Tools Required:

  • Chop saw, jig-saw
  • The scanners, 
  • Spanners, 
  • Screwdrivers, 
  • Chisels, 
  • Stanley knife, 
  • Pliers, 
  • Hammers, 
  • Hand Saws,
  • Files 
  • Wrecking bar
  • Lump hammer
  • Hammer drill, Angle grinder
  • Reciprocating saw
  • Battery-powered cordless drill/screwdrivers
  • Workbench
  • And other small tools

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July 14, 2021

RA-Repair & Renew Fascia - Soffit - Barge Board & UPVC soffit

Risks/Hazards

  1. Manual Handling 
  2. Noise/ Exposure to excessive noise from
  3. timber cutting.
  4. Verbal/physical abuse.
  5. Contact with sealants
  6. Dog attack/bite.
  7. Electric shock.
  8. Inhalation of wood dust e.g., M.D. F
  9. Struck by falling objects. Falls from heights. 
  10. Contact with a saw blade in motion.
  11. Strains / sprains from lifting / carrying & removing old / new fascia’s, soffits, etc.
  12. Exposure to asbestos fibers-packing / window linings, soffits, fascia, etc.
  13. Slips and trips.

Control Measures

  • Follow Contractor/company’s PTW (Permit to Work) system
  • Use mechanical equipment as far as possible.
  • If mechanical equipment is impractical then use the right lifting techniques.
  • Induction training and
  • Tool Box Talk should be carried out regularly before the commencement of work.
  • Workers are reminded of using proper and adequate PPE.
  • Close supervision and Monitoring
  • All tools will be in good working condition
  • Tools to be inspected before use
  • Ensure the right tool for the right task
  • Ensure NOT to leave running equipment/tool unattended
  • No repair/ Maintenance while equipment alive
  • Workers to be trained to use assigned tools
  • Proper ergonomics carry the load within the specified limit
  • Adequate PPE to be worn by personnel.
  • Induction training and
  • Tool Box Talk should be carried out regularly before the commencement of work.
  • Vigilant supervision of a supervisor.
  • Safety warning signs should be in place.
  • Operatives must bend the legs when lifting materials and not the back
  • Use the kinetic method of material handling (Feet apart, straight back, chin in, fan grip, and hold the weight close to the body). Repeat the same procedure.
  • employees will not be allowed to carry more than the required load
  • Take action to reduce the noise exposure; 
  • Provide your employees with personal hearing protection.
  • Engineering controls to minimize or reduce, at source, the noise produced by a machine or process;
  • Improved working techniques to reduce noise levels;
  • Use pre-cut timber from the workshop. Timber cutting by handsaw.
  • Ensure regular communication is maintained. Violence awareness training for staff.
  • Withdraw from a site if challenged or abuse likely.
  • Avoid skin contact.
  • Wash any cement from the skin as soon as possible. Always follow the COSHH assessment for the material or product.
  • Ask for the dog to be locked away or out of the work area.
  • Withdraw from the site is a concern.
  • Examination and test of electrical equipment.
  • Visual examination of P.E.E. before use e.g., leads whole or damaged.
  • Use 110 volt or low/battery-powered tools. Inspect premises for overhead power supply.
  • Use pre-cut timber from workshop/joinery.
  • Wear a P1S face mask.
  • I need to cut do this outside in the open air.
  • Protect walkways with fan scaffold/debris nets (where required).
  • Wear head protection when working on the ground/risk of being struck as well when positioning the soffit/ fascia.
  • Ensure tools are kept tidy & not placed on the cill.
  • Do not throw materials off access equipment or out of the window, lower to ground using gin wheel or similar.
  • Ensure tools are kept tidy and removed from the platform when not in use.
  • Ensure machine tools in good condition and all guards must be in place and correctly set.
  • servicing, note run downtime as per working
  • procedures.
  • Basic manual handling training for operatives. Seek Assistance with heavy/awkward loads.
  • Place broken pieces in a suitable receptacle before carrying.
  • Information from the client.
  • Check appropriate register for content/location.
  • Inspect on site before commencing work if in doubt, seek advice from supervisor withdraw until the content of panel can be determined and appropriate action taken. Only trained personnel to remove asbestos.
  • Ensure good housekeeping at site/keep the client out of the work area.
  • Ensure lighting at the place of work is adequate. The clear working area of 'clutter if possible.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

July 13, 2021

Engine Generator Set Inspection Checklist

Checkpoint

  1. Exterior Of Equipment
  2. Completeness Of Assembly
  3. Equipment Rotation
  4. Check Oil Level
  5. Check Fuel Level
  6. Proper Equipment Grounding
  7. Check Meters/gauges
  8. Tightness of Bolted Connections
  9. Verify Governor and Regulator
  10. Check Vibration
  11. Check Batteries
  12. Check Radiator Fluid
  13. Proper System Ground
  14. Equipment identification
  15. Bracing
  16. Proper phase connections
  17. Reference drawings
  18. Working clearance
  19. Anchorage
  20. All filters and vents clear
  21. Check to equip. environmental
  22. Classification
  23. Check for provisions of the spill
  24. Container
  25. Control system
  26. Check fuel filter

NOTES

A. Voltage measurement to be done after the generator is started and connected to load. 

B. During the commissioning of generator sets, a representative of the manufacturing company or supplier must be present to witness and/or perform the tests.

C. Engine generator testing is a very intensive process and requires a 10-to-14-hour day depending on the equipment being commissioned.  Supplier and or manufacturer generally provide generator testing load requirements.

D. Verify all system checkpoints during load changes and record per specified requirements and/or equipment manufacturer.

E. Perform and record engine manufacturer's recommended checks and inspections.

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Monday, July 12, 2021

July 12, 2021

Kitchen & Dining Areas MEP Checklist

The following is some key points that will help you to prepare a checklist for the Kitchen & Dining Areas MEP for the management of facility:

  1. Fire safety
  2. Beverage dispensers
  3. Broilers
  4. Cookers
  5. Dishwasher
  6. Drink cooler
  7. Food slicer/chopper
  8. Freezer(s)
  9. Trash disposal
  10. Grill
  11. Ice machine
  12. Mixer(s)
  13. Oven(s)
  14. Cooler(s)
  15. Steamer(s)
  16. Toaster(s)
  17. Exhaust systems
  18. Hood function and condition
  19. Grease trap function and condition
  20. Filter condition
  21. Exhaust duct condition
  22. Fan function and condition
  23. Furniture: Counters/Tables/Benches/Lockers/Chairs

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July 12, 2021

Preventive Maintenance Check List-Security Systems

The following is some key points that will help you to prepare a checklist for the SECURITY SYSTEMS for the management of facility:

SECURITY SYSTEMS

1. Intrusion Alarms

  • Follow manufacturers recommendations for testing
  • Inspection by authorized company/certified personnel

2. Fire Suppression Systems

  • Follow NFPA requirements
  • Scheduled tests
  • Inspection by authorized company/certified personnel
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Charged
  • Inspection date
  • Overall conditions

3. Security Cameras

  • Function
  • Directionality/location accuracy
  • Power source
  • Overall condition

4. Smoke Detectors

  • Function
  • Battery efficiency
  • Hard wire connections
  • Overall condition

5. Windows

  • Pane conditions
  • Lock operation
  • Frame alignment and conditions
  • Weather sealing conditions
  • Hardware conditions and lubrication
  • Overall condition

6. Doors

  • Automatic closure operation
  • Hardware conditions and lubrication
  • Weather sealing conditions
  • Frame alignment and conditions
  • Door stop placement/stability
  • Alarm system operation (if applicable)
  • Overall condition

7. Restrooms

  • Fire safety
  • ADA accessibility
  • Plumbing
  • Sinks/Hardware
  • Urinals

8. Toilets

  • Dispenser operation/conditions
  • Partitions
  • Trach receptacles

9. Offices

  • Fire safety
  • Emergency Control Panels
  • Fire Alarm
  • Intrusion Alarm
  • Floor conditions for tripping hazards
  • File cabinets
  • Partitions
  • PA system
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July 12, 2021

Lighting MEP Checklist (Exterior & Interior)

The following is some key points that will help you to prepare a checklist for the Lighting MEP  (Exterior & Interior) for the management of facility:

  1. Building Exterior
  2. Pedestrian Walkways
  3. Parking Areas
  4. Athletic and Sports Fields
  5. Building Interior
  6. Emergency
  7. All lights working
  8. Glassware conditions
  9. Fixture support conditions
  10. Wire conditions
  11. Ballast conditions
  12. Timers/sensors
  13. Junction box and cover conditions
  14. Switch conditions
  15. Outlet and cord conditions
  16. Protective caging conditions

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July 12, 2021

Preventive Maintenance Checklist

The following is some key points that will help you to prepare a checklist for the preventive, maintenance and plumbing (PPM) for the management of facility:

  1. Check warning notices /labels are still in place
  2. Check and examine visual/audible indications are functioning accurately
  3. Check for sound physical fillings of equipment/devices including loosening or corrosion of supports and fixing including towers and bracket
  4. Check all glands and seal on external equipment/devices to make sure no penetration of water into the equipment and or devices.
  5. Check all cables and fixings remain properly supported, undamaged and showing no undue signs of wear and tears
  6. Check the pitcher quality of each camera and coloured monitor selection
  7. Security and surveillance such as cameras, lenses, covers and housings have been cleaned where necessary to ensure nothing obscures the field of view
  8. Check all automatic and remote-control surveillance devices such as camera functions are satisfactory and that the camera movement and fields of view are free from sight blockage; obstruction and any privacy masking zones are still in place.
  9. Operations of all monitoring, switching and recording equipment (including time synchronization) are satisfactory
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July 12, 2021

Gulf-Club Car Road Safety Rules

Rules of the Road

  1. Be a legal age and fully trained to drive a Gulf/Club Car.
  2. Drive on designated & approved marked roadside lanes and areas.
  3. Obey All Traffic Laws, Signs and Signals.
  4. Yield to Automobiles.
  5. Come to Full Stop at stop Signs.
  6. Follow the Road Signs as per Site.

Safety Tips

  1. Keep Arms and Legs Inside the Gulf/Club Car.
  2. Secure your Equipment & Material while driving the Gulf/Club Car.
  3. Enter Traffic Lane Safely Before Turning Left.
  4. Be Aware of Vehicles Turning Right.
  5. Maintain Gulf Car According to the Manufacturer's Recommendations.
  6. Do not Text or Make a Call While Driving.
  7. Limit Passing Slower Gulf/Club Car.
  8. Pull off the Path When you need to stop.

Before you Drive

  1. Make Sure Your Horn, Brakes, and Lights Work Properly.
  2. Check, Tire Pressure, and Applicable Gauges, and battery charging status.
  3. Before Backing Up, Look Behind and See that all is clear.

If you have any Gulf/Club Car. Maintenance Issues, please contact the Project Maintenance Manager/HSE Personnel ASAP.

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Sunday, July 11, 2021

July 11, 2021

Annunciator Installation Checklist

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Instructions for the Employees:

Prior making an installation and or testation for annunciators, employees shall make sure that they:

  1. Make a comprehensive Inspection for shipping damage, lose or missing parts.
  2. Record and verify nameplate data are in accordance with the projects approved drawings.
  3. Check annunciator voltage as compared to projects ifc drawings and manufacturer’s specifications.

Verification for the Annunciator Installation:

  1. Make sure that the proper support and mounting hardware is utilized by the manufacturer’s specification.
  2. Ensure holes are plugged and all covers are installed.
  3. Ensure proper grounding in accordance with approved drawings and manufacturer’s specifications.
  4. Check that relays and lamps are installed.
  5. Make a verification that continuity testing has been conducted. 
  6. Check that termination is complete and verified in accordance with the projects ifc drawings & manufacturer’s specs.
  7. Check all conductors are labeled and identified.
  8. Make sure that the proper pull tow method completed after termination.
  9. Check window identification against drawings.
  10. Make a verification for test lamp control for all windows.
  11. Make a verification for reset control.
  12. Function tests for all Alarm Points (AP) to correspond with annunciators’ indicators.
  13. Make a verification for alarm sirens and sound levels as required in areas.
  14. Make a verification for the Alarm System Lights (ASL) or beacons.
  15. Check for cleanliness.


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July 11, 2021

Golf/Club Car/Cart Training PPT

The purpose of this PowerPoint is to:

  • Help to make sure the safe operation of [Company Name] owned Club Cart (Buggy) at Facility/Site.
  • Help to make sure the safety of drivers and passengers.

The Difference Between Cars and Carts:

  • Carts roll easier
  • Carts always operate near pedestrians.
  • Carts run silently
  • Other motor vehicles have the right-of-way.

Club /Gulf Carts vs. Cars:

  • The Center of gravity is lower than most vehicles.
  • The speed limit is much lower
  • In a collision, the gulf cart/car will always lose.

Basic Golf Cart Guidelines:

  • Golf Carts/cars should only be used for the activity they were appointed for
  • Joyriding is not permitted.
  • Horseplay put in dangers to passengers and pedestrians and will not be tolerated.
  • Club carts must be driven safely at all times.

Where/When you can Drive:

  • Do not drive across the grass or on any trails.
  • Do not drive in pedestrian zones unless authorized for such utilization.
  • Club carts without headlights shall not be driven after dusk or before dawn.

Speed Limits:

  • Always maintain a safe speed at all times.
  • Avoid making any sharp turns.
  • Always drive the club car at a speed equivalent to a well-paced walk and no faster than 15 mph/as per faculty Req, where speedometers are present to indicate speed.

Maximum speed is subject to:

  • The area over which it is being operated.
  • The weather conditions.
  • The total weight of gulf club car/cart, passengers and any other equipment being carried.
  • The parking lot speed limit is 5 mph/as per faculty Req.

Information for Drivers:

  • Motorized utility vehicle operators shall observe all Site/facility or campus rules and State/country’s vehicle traffic laws such as lane travel, stop signs etc.
  • You must always abide by traffic signs and symbols.
  • Pedestrians have the right-of-way.
  • You must obey site/facility speed limits.
  • All Club Car/carts vehicles will be operated from the driver’s side only.

Before you Drive:

Do a pre-trip check.

  • Always conduct a visual check of the gulf cart before driving.
  • Make a comprehensive review how the vehicle operates before you turn it on.
  • Know your vehicle.
  • If something is broken or damaged, don’t use it until it’s fixed!
  • If you are not well aware with where you are going, check a Facility map before you get started (the next slide provides a suggested route for Facility/Site golf carts).

While Driving the Vehicle….

DO’s  

  • Keeping hands, legs and feet inside the club car while operating or when it is in motion.
  • Slowing down and be cautious in high pedestrian areas.
  • Checking blind spots and slowing down before turning and sounding horns.
  • Observe in all directions before. Confirming that there are no person, pedestrians or objects behind the club car.
  • Maintaining adequate distance between vehicles.
  • Following the route plan as per operation in Site.
  • Remove keys when not in operation.
  • Parking the vehicle in the located area.
  • Wait until all passengers are safely descended from the gold cart before moving.
  • Keep distractions minimal at all times.

DO NOT

  • Do not use mobile phones whilst operating golf carts.
  • Do not speed than the allocated speed limit.
  • Stopping the club car in undesignated loading/unloading areas.
  • Do not overload the golf cart, always refer to the passenger captivity rating.
  • Not securing the load before operating the club car.
  • Unloading of passengers while the club car is still in motion.
  • Overtaking another club car.
  • When there are Passengers:
  • When your club car/cart has passengers, materials or other objects the weight distribution increases and stopping distance is increased: Go slow!

When there are Pedestrians:

  • Pedestrians have the right of way.
  • If the club car/cart is being operated on a sidewalk. 
  • The driver will pull off of the sidewalk to pass the pedestrians. 
  • Stop/halt the club car/cart when approaching pedestrians until they pass.

Make sure to…

  • Always tie down your load on club car/cart.
  • Always apply your break once you get to your destination.
  • After loading, always double check and verify to see if all four wheels are touching the ground.

Malfunctions:

  • Vehicle defects/damages or another technical malfunction should be reported immediately to the department owning/renting the vehicle.
  • The vehicle shall not be used until malfunction or problem has been corrected.
  • Students shall not repair vehicles.

Accidents:

If you are involved in an incident and or accident, immediately report to your site supervisor or HSE department and accomplish an employee accident report.

Review:

  • Know and plan where you’re going.
  • Drive at a safe speed.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Use the club cart properly (no horsing around)!

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Thursday, July 8, 2021

July 08, 2021

Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Installation Inspection Checklist

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Prior installing or testing variable frequency drive (VFD), our employees will ensure that they:

  1. Check for external shipping damage and internal connection and mounting screws for tightness.
  2. Verify base attachments, channels, anchor bolts, etc. are mounted as per project approved drawings.
  3. Check that VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) Installation Inspection Checklist and components are by following the project IFC (Issued for Construction) drawings and manufacturers specifications.
  4. Verify test certifications as per your business where exist marking (or equivalent).
  5. Record and verify nameplate data by following the projects approved drawings.
  6. Visually inspect to make sure all blocking has been removed from shipping.

Verification of the Installation:

  1. Verify that continuity testing has been conducted.
  2. Check that all conductors are labelled and identified.
  3. Check all grounding/bonding is by the following code and approved drawings.
  4. Check that termination is complete and verified by following the project IFC (Issued for Construction) drawings.
  5. Check for proper support and spacing for conductors.
  6. Check for loose terminals.
  7. Perform a pull-tug test on terminations.
  8. Manually operate switches and contactors.  check for freedom of movement of all moving parts of the devices/equipments.
  9. Verify all equipment is tagged by following the project IFC (Issued for Construction) drawings. /Specifications.
  10. Verify that space heaters are connected and operable (when applicable)
  11. The overload reset button is free and functional
  12. Check all terminations on dynamic braking resistor
  13. Verify VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) Installation Inspection Checklist programming has been completed to project specifications.
  14. Check for cleanliness.


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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

July 07, 2021

Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Installation Checklist

While preparing and installation of ATS, consider the following some key points:

Before installing or testing automatic transfer switches, our employees will ensure that they: 

  1. Inspect for external or shipping damage, loose parts and missing parts.
  2. Verify nameplate data and rating of equipment by following the project IFC drawings.  record.
  3. Identify phases of both sources and identify phases on conductors. 

Verification of Installation:

  1. Mounting equipment is installed by following the project IFC drawings & manufacturer’s specifications.
  2. Check covers and doors for installation as per the manufacturer’s specifications.
  3. Ensure all grounding by following the project IFC drawings and manufacturer’s specifications.
  4. Verify that continuity testing has been conducted. 
  5. Check terminations are complete and by following the project IFC drawings and manufacturer’s specifications. 
  6. Check all conductors are labelled and identified. 
  7. Pull-tug method completed after termination. 
  8. Check the tightness of all cable connections and buss joints.
  9. Perform manual transfer operation; verify the switches in changing status by the mechanical action, to ensure positive interlock between normal and alternate sources. 
  10. Check for cleanliness.


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July 07, 2021

QA-QC Inspection Checklist for Lighting Control System

To downloads checklist for the QA/QC Inspection Checklist for Lighting Control System, consider the following key points:

  1. Activities / Items to be Inspected 
  2. Lighting Control System - Materials are approved
  3. Materials undamaged
  4. Wire/ Cable size and Type
  5. Location and Type of Sensors / Wall Stations
  6. Location and Height of Lighting Hub
  7. Connection to Sensors / Wall station / Hub
  8. Identification and marking for Wires/Panels/Sensors/wall stations
  9. Tightness and workmanship of all connection

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Tuesday, July 6, 2021

July 06, 2021

Fire Hydrants Checklist

  1. Are the Hydrant system identified with signs?
  2. Hydrant outlets are slightly more than hand-tight.
  3. There are no leaks in the hydrant.
  4. There are no leaks in the top of the hydrant when the hydrant valve is opened.
  5. There are no leaks in the gasket under the caps when the hydrant valve is opened.
  6. There are no cracks or damage in the hydrant barrel.
  7. The operating nut is not worn and does not have rounded corners.
  8. Nozzle threads are not damaged.
  9. Hydrants are accessible.
  10. Check hose Cabinet, if provided, to ensure all equipment is in good condition.
  11. The cabinet door is properly closed.
  12. The cabinet is clean, and there are no other materials inside.
  13. Are shutoff nozzles provided?
  14. Open & close the nozzle to assure it operates easily. Lubricate with graphite if needed.
  15. Test hose nozzles to confirm. Are the nozzles being in good condition?
  16. Open hose nozzles to confirm, is the fire pump responding to the water demand?
  17. Lubricate operating nut.
  18. Lubricate packing.
  19. Lubricate thrust collar.

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Monday, July 5, 2021

July 05, 2021

Risk Assessment for Use of Fire Suppression Gases-Inergen

 1. Activities 

  • Discharge, Removal
  • Installation,
  • Handling,
  • Maintenance, and Testing of Inergen
  • Cylinders and Complete system

2. Potential Hazards

  • Inhalation
  • Skin
  • Eyes
  • Injection
  • Ingestion
  • The victim may not be well aware/acknowledged of asphyxiation severe consequences.
  • Discharge/used pipework is likely to be cold to
  • Not studied a likely route of exposure

3. Exposure Affects

  • In high concentration may cause asphyxiation. Symptoms may include loss of mobility/conscience.
  • Toxicological 

4. Action to be Taken to Reduce Risk

  1. In high concentrations may cause asphyxiation. Symptoms may include loss of mobility/consciousness. The victim may not be well aware/acknowledged of asphyxiation severe consequences. Remove and shift the victim to an uncontaminated area wearing self-contained breathing apparatus.  Keep victim warm and rested.  Call a doctor. Apply artificial respiration if breathing stopped.
  2. Compressed gas directed at the skin can enter the body through small wounds or even penetrate the skin, causing serious or fatal injuries. Seek medical advice immediately.
  3. Ingestion is not considered a potential route of exposure.
  4. Cylinders to be located only in well-ventilated areas Oxygen detection required where the risk of release of asphyxiant gases exists.
  5. The pressurised system should be regularly and closely checked for leaks or other damages
  6. Eye protection to be worn.
  7. Gloves to be worn
  8. Cylinders only to be handled or moved with transport and recoil caps securely fitted safety data sheet available.

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • As required (state type required):
  • Eye Protection
  • Overall/clothing
  • Gloves
  • Mask/respirator
  • Safety Shoes

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