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Transcript

OPERATIONAL READINESS

TOOLS, EQUIPMENT

METHOD STATEMENT & RAMS

PATH TO COMPETENCE

TRAINING

  • Control platform
  • Depot setup
  • Vehicles
  • Supervisor survey
  • Supervisor Inspections
  • Secured Storage
  • Logistics
  • AMS Check
  • NBE Policies

  • Items listed for the job
  • WERA’s
  • COSHH
  • HAZ waste
  • LOLER
  • esiTest
  • Other tools

  • Operational Readiness
  • Method Statement
  • Build Plan
  • Products & Practices
  • Improvements under Review

  • ALP supporting 20 gangs / 10 Supervisors
  • Maintain skills with JRCX4,12,11 and 14 boxes
  • Look at smaller, less complex builds then progress through the box range
  • NBE Safety & Supervisor to attend initial live networks builds
  • RCOM Awareness
  • Accreditation Team
  • Audit Team - support to check quality

  • Candidate Selection process
  • Stakeholder session
  • Pilot Course starts
  • VPGroundForce EUSR Shoring
  • Slide & Facilitator

JRCX Build & Demolition

workshop

  • 121 items listed for the job (78 New)
  • WERA’s .. .29 in total (some completed, others drafted, remainder following done from Observed Course
  • COSHH – 9 items but ~5 have been done
  • HAZ waste – 2 items notified
  • LOLER – 3 items
  • esiTest – 4 items (ladder, clamp puller, lifting chains and frame lifting clamp
  • Other tools still under considerations are we all gain experience of the job

Stores, Tools, equipment, materials

List with Item code

List with LOLER

List with WERA

List with COSHH

List with HAZ

List with esiTest

  • Candidate Selection process
  • February 5, 6 and 7 –Component Build for Citrus to check course order, slides, ground level materials walk through
  • March 4th Stakeholder session (1-2 days to walk the site and run through the delivery plan)
  • March 14th – Pilot Course starts for up to 10 days
  • VPGroundForce EUSR Shoring + WAH/Ladder introduced at the start
  • Slide-set for classroom session
  • Facilitator notes for classroom and build site

Training Course Structure/Content

Stakeholder session

Pilot Course

VPGroundForce EUSR Shoring

Practical session

Ladder training

Classroom sessions and Practical

  • Operational Readiness (document)
  • Methods to be addressed as separate tasks for RAMS (Draft 13 folder)
  • Build Plan
  • Products & Practices
  • Improvements under Review

Method Statements & RAMS

WorkShop PowerPoint

Operational Readiness

Method Statement (draft 13a)

Build Plan

Products & Practices

Improvements under Review

  • Control platform – drawings, notifications
  • Depot setup – lifting, storage spec etc..
  • Secured Storage – ~15 items key to safety and quality, and specific to this job (10ft containers)
  • Vehicles – securing bracket in High Tops
  • Supervisor survey and job plan
  • Supervisor Inspections at depot prior to job (~28 items)
  • Logistics – hired equipment, quarry mix delivery, possible grab,
  • AMS Check (new list)
  • NBE Policies – cases for site assistance

Operational Readiness

CN Drawings

Store List

Secure Storage

Ladder transport

Supervisor Survey

AMS Check

  • ALP still supporting 20 gangs / 10 Supervisors for 2024
  • Maintain skills with JRCX4,12,11 and 14 boxes under key ~10 NBE programmes = 120 jobs pa .. ~ every 2 months
  • Look at smaller, less complex builds then progress through the box range
  • Accreditation: NBE Safety & Supervisor to attend initial live networks builds
  • RCOM Awareness – observer visits on subsequent courses
  • Accreditation Team – support to check knowledge & skills
  • Audit Team - support to check quality … Cube Testing (External supplier)

Path To Competence

Network Pilots and Full Accreditation

ALP

Skill Fade

Less complex builds JRCX 4

Audit Team - support to check quality

Accreditation

NBE Safety