The company prides itself on getting the job done, on time and within budget. With International exposure ranging from Australia through Asia, Europe and the Middle East, we are well versed in handling extremely remote projects, along with the challenges of varied and diverse cultures.
The Commissioning Group is responsible for all commissioning activities within the Company.
Contromation undertakes contracts ranging from those where complete commissioning services are required, including the formulating of commissioning procedures, the planning of commissioning activities and the supply of equipment, management supervision and labor. Alternatively Contromation is capable of assisting clients that require the assistance of a number of specialized commissioning personnel, to supplement their own resources.
Although each contract will vary in the detail of its approach, our service provision stems from direct evaluation of the client’s requirements.
This may include the way in which our staff would integrate into the total project organization, the equipment to be commissioned, the procedures to be either adopted or formulated, the numbers and technical classifications of staff and test equipment to be provided. Our service is completely flexible. Careful selection of staff is of prime importance to ensure we match the right person to the job.
PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN
The company will supply project management, labour, materials, equipment and resources to carry out planning, documentation, procurement, fabrication, surface treatment, transport, unloading, storage, construction, pre-commissioning, wet commissioning of the PROJECT
Following award, a Construction Risk Analysis will be conducted between Company and Client representatives. An associated Construction Risk Analysis Workshop (CRAW) will be completed prior to the commencement of any site Works.
HSEC Contractor Management Plan
Upon Award, the company will lodge a detailed Construction Programme and Contract specific, Health and Safety Management Plan, Environment Management Plan, Human Resources Management Plan and a Project Quality Plan. This will include Inspection and Test Plans, noting that all associated milestones will be in accordance with the requirement set out in the applicable vendor requirements document.
The Construction Schedule will be a resource based Gantt chart using Primavera P3 software.
Before finalising the schedule, the company will review AFC drawings and generate the following spreadsheets:
- Free Issue list;
- Equipment Schedule
- Procurement Schedule
- Fabrication Schedule
- Delivery Schedule
- Installation Schedule
- Commissioning Schedule
Progress will be updated weekly, along with a 2 week look ahead and reported in accordance with Contract requirements.
Materials and fabrication will be requisitioned from the procurement and steel fabrication schedules which reference drawings and specifications and list required delivery dates. Supplier information will be checked to ensure compliance with the Contract requirements prior to placement of orders.
Suppliers and Subcontractors will only be selected from approved vendors with proven track records. The selection of fabricators will be finalised subject to receival dates of drawings and overall fabrication capacity.
Prior to any commitment, the Company will ensure that Subcontractors comply with a Subcontract that reflects all relevant sections of the Head Contract.
All Technical Queries will be formally submitted. No deviation from the Contract will occur without the express permission of the Engineer.
Prior to mobilising to site, all Subcontractors are assessed for suitability by the company to ensure inter alia:
- All pre-mobilisation deliverables are in place;
- Nominated Personnel are qualified and adequate; and
- Equipment is in accordance with PT Biliton requirements.
- HSEC Approvals
Subcontractors on site will work under the auspices of company management. The Company management systems for Health and Safely, Environment, Quality, Employee and industrial Relations and Human Resources, will be adopted by the Subcontractors. The Subcontractors'
Representatives will report to the company Site Manager and comply with all health & safety, environment, quality and engineering requirements including instructions and requests.
Deliveries to site will be planned to ensure compatibility with the erection sequence and minimal site disruptions. Due to the remote location of the site it will be necessary to maximise the volume of steelwork loaded on barge in an effort to avoid piece meal deliveries.
Company Inspectors/Expeditors will report weekly progress with respect to the performance of Subcontractors and major suppliers from the inception of the contract to the final delivery.
This report shall be presented to the Client both in Excel spreadsheet format as well as in an interactive graphic model (web viewer), colour coded for easy identification of progress status.
Prior to mobilisation the company will ensure all pre-mobilisation deliverables have been approved in accordance with contractual requirements.
Site Setup will reflect the Project Safety Instruction “Setting Up Site” recorded as document CES-GEN-PSI-001/2, as further advised.
All personnel will be required to undergo a medical clearance check as per Client Guidelines.
Plant and equipment will be inspected off site with details complied in registers including the date of inspection, the Inspector's name and the due date for next inspection:
No major items of equipment will be mobilised to site, without inspection certification being issued by the Client.
Routine maintenance and servicing of all plant and equipment will ensure operational availability on site.
The transport Coordinator will ensure loads are maximised, packed safely and any survey’s that may be required are organised in advance of the dispatch date. Loads will be documented and manifests faxed to site on the day of the dispatch. Upon unloading, goods will be checked against the manifest and any omissions, damages or other discrepancies will be recorded and reported to the responsible person for rectification.
A labour skills matrix and subsequent training program for the workforce will be compiled (where applicable). The Company is cognisant of the need to employ local and indigenous persons and will pro-actively pursue engagement of these resources accordingly.
Employee and Industrial Relations
Specialist and dedicated staff within the company will approach present and past employees to confirm their availability for this Contract. In most instances the Project and Site Managers will directly contact preferred Supervisors who have worked with them successfully in the past. Over 70% of the workforce, viz: leading hands, boilermakers, welders, riggers, fitters, crane operators, scaffolders and others will have had previous employment with the company or proposed subcontractors and are familiar with our management systems and work culture. There shall be a dedicated induction to ensure The Clients HSEC systems are introduced, reinforced and become behavioural within the workforce. They will be well motivated, well looked after and will contribute to the maintenance of a harmonious working environment.
General Site Methodology
No work will be undertaken on site that could have been safely and efficiently completed off site. (i.e. all possible fabrication to be completed off site)
Prior to the commencement of an activity, Supervisors and their employees with the assistance of Engineering and HSEC advisory support, will review the construction methods, complete lift studies, confirm that all materials, equipment and labour are available and in order, as well as and complete a Job Safety Analysis (JSA).
The Site Manager will review and approve all methodologies, lift studies and JSA's prior to submission to the Engineer for final approval and issue of all permits.
All works will be carried out in accordance with the planned, reviewed and approved methodologies, lift studies JSA's and analyses.
Fabricated steel and any equipment (including free issued items) delivered to site will be unloaded as close as possible to, or in, their final position to avoid double handling.
Marking plans and bolt requirements will be checked prior to assembly. Footings will be verified and prepared prior to column erection. Steelwork will be erected in assemblies as large as practical with emphasis on ground level assembly and panelling. Stairs, handrails and grating will be installed at the earliest practicable stage to provide safe access. Stairs will be omitted or hard barred on any structures that are unsafe for access.
Penetrations and edges will be covered and hard barricaded respectively to eliminate falls. Working at heights will be minimised through the use of elevated work platforms or scaffolds. There will be no walking or climbing of on steel which is not safely confined. Job specific ITP's will identify all check and test sheets and these will be compiled progressively as works are completed.
General HSEC Management
The company fully understands its requirements for Health, Safety & Environment and its commitment is absolute. The company also respects its obligation with regard to local community.
Effective HSEC Management will be achieved by:
- Employee knowledge and awareness of Company HSEC policies and objectives;
- Employees being responsible and accountable according to their position;
- Effective control of all hazards through planning and compliance with Company
Procedures and safe work practices;
- Compliance with contractual HSEC requirements;
- Strong emphasis on leading HSEC indicators such as Safe Act Observations, Workplace Inspections PASS (Positive Attitude Safety System) and Tool Box Meetings; and
- Effective management system measurement and audits.
The workforce will have clear, simple lines of communication via their Supervisor. Each day begins with a PASS (Positive Attitude Safety System) that is attended by all personnel. These meetings are brief and specific. The Safely Advisor and/or Site Manager will then inform personnel of relevant information and acquire relevant information from the workforce. The Supervisors will then inform each group or individual about jobs they will be carrying out and of any special requirements. Cranage and equipment utilisation will be explained. The group or individual will then confirm that all permits and JSA's are in place or ready to be executed. When everyone fully understands the day's planned activities, only then are the crews sent off to commence work. Each day ends with a meeting of the staff and Supervisors to plan and discuss the work and finalise the work plan for the following day.
No activity will be undertaken without an approved JSA. Cranes and elevated work platforms will have daily checks recorded prior to start-up each day. Recordable items registers will include JSA's, motorised equipment, electrical equipment, lifting gear, daily force reports, timesheets, fuel usage and pre-starts.
Weekly workplace inspections will be recorded and discussed at the weekly Toolbox Meeting. Toolbox minutes will be posted on the bulletin boards in the crib rooms and forwarded to senior Company management in Jakarta.
The site office, cranes, supervisors and store persons will be equipped with a personal two-way radio for efficient communication.
The act of fall prevention, barricading, hazard and incident reporting, providing JSA's, providing road safety and safe equipment operation will be endemic within the workforce. The Company culture of involving combining its workforce into the project team promotes awareness, responsibility, ownership and satisfaction. These workforce qualities ultimately produce a safe, efficient and harmonious working environment.