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SY/T 6430-2017
SY
PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 13.100
E 09
Filing No.: 58730-2017
Replacing SY 6430-2010
Safety regulation for petroleum crane vessel lifting
operations in shallow sea
ISSUED ON: MARCH 28, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON: AUGUST 01, 2017
Issued by: National Energy Administration
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative references ... 5
3 General requirements ... 5
4 Lifting workers ... 7
5 Lifting environment ... 7
6 Pre-lifting inspection ... 7
7 Lifting operations ... 8
8 Emergency response ... 12
References ... 13
Safety regulation for petroleum crane vessel lifting
operations in shallow sea
1 Scope
This standard specifies the general requirements for safety and emergency response
before, during, and after petroleum crane vessel lifting operations in shallow sea.
This standard applies to petroleum crane vessel lifting operations in shallow sea.
2 Normative references
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the dated
documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this document;
for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the amendments) is
applicable to this standard.
GB/T 5082-1985 Cranes - Hand signals
GB/T 29639-2013 Guidelines for enterprises to develop emergency response plan
for work place accidents
SY/T 6346 The safety provisions for towing and mooring of mobile platforms in
shallow sea
SY/T 6564 The safely rules for tying-up utensils during offshore petroleum
operations
Technical Rules for Statutory Inspection of Maritime Towage Ship Inspection
Bureau of the People's Republic of China CGZ (1999) No.018
3 General requirements
3.1 Ship and rigging selection
3.1.1 A safe and reliable crane vessel shall be selected according to the needs of lifting
operations.
3.1.2 A suitable auxiliary ship shall be selected, based on the performance of the crane
vessel and the needs of the lifting operation.
3.1.3 The selection of riggings shall comply with the provisions of SY/T 6564.
3.2 Lifting design
3.2.1 The building organization shall prepare a lifting design plan.
3.2.2 The lifting design plan includes the design of the lifting lugs, the calculation of
the center of gravity, the design of the sling, the drag slip design, the ship loading design,
the stability design, etc.
3.2.3 The lifting design plan shall be approved by the certification inspection agency.
3.3 Towing and positioning
3.3.1 Before towing a crane vessel that does not have self-propulsion capability, it shall
apply to a ship inspection agency to conduct inspections of the crane vessel and
auxiliary ships and obtain a certificate of fitness for towing.
3.3.2 The towing and positioning operations of crane vessels shall comply with the
provisions of the Technical Rules for Statutory Inspection of Maritime Towage Ship
[Inspection Bureau of the People's Republic of China CGZ (1999) No.018] and SY/T
6346.
3.4 On-site lifting design
3.4.1 Before the operation, the construction party shall prepare an on-site lifting plan
based on the characteristics of the operation and obtain the approval of all parties
involved in the operation.
3.4.2 The on-site construction plan includes the positioning plan of the crane vessel and
the auxiliary ship, the lifting plan, the emergency plan, etc.
3.5 Technical briefing
3.5.1 Before the operation, the construction party organizes relevant parties to conduct
risk analysis and risk assessment on all aspects of the operation; formulate
corresponding safety precautions; carry out technical disclosure on construction plan
and safety to the relevant workers.
3.5.2 The lifting operation commander, crane driver, rigger shall be familiar with the
lifting plan and strictly follow the lifting plan.
3.6 Filing
3.6.1 Before lifting, according to regulations, an application for crane vessel registration
shall be made to the relevant departments of the Offshore Petroleum Operation Safety
Office of the State Administration of Work Safety.
vessel shall meet the safe operation requirements of the crane and be recorded.
b) Review the anchor points and keep records.
c) The anchor cables (chains) of the front and rear windlasses are evenly stressed.
d) The status and capabilities of the load regulating system and backup load
regulating pump are normal.
e) The vessel's main engine, power supply system, control system are normal.
6.2 Crane inspection
After the crane vessel is in position, the crane shall be inspected but not limited to the
following:
a) The crane braking device, transmission device, pulley block, control system are
normal.
b) The hook height limiter and boom limiter are normal.
c) The lifting span indicator and lifting weight indicator are normal.
d) All operating handles, buttons, signals and alarm devices, communication
equipment in the crane operating cab are normal.
e) The boom, crane vessel deck and operating site lighting shall meet the operating
requirements.
6.3 Inspection of lifted objects
After the crane vessel is in position, the lifted objects shall be inspected but not limited
to the following:
a) The lifting points of the lifted object, snap rings, rigging, struts, towing system
rigging, barge deck, strength and stability analysis of piers, etc. shall meet safety
technical requirements.
b) The specifications and models of rigging and snap rings shall be consistent with
the lifting design plan.
c) Rigging and snap rings shall be inspected by professional inspection agencies.
7 Lifting operations
7.1 Situations where lifting is prohibited
Lifting operations shall not be carried out under any of the following circumstances:
a) The weight of the lifted object exceeds the rated load of the crane or the weight is
unclear.
b) The fixtures of the lifted objects are not completely released.
c) The crane brake or safety device fails, the hook nut anti-loosening device is
damaged, the wire rope is damaged to the point of being scrapped.
d) There is no padding between the edges and corners of the lifted object and the
wire rope.
e) The longitudinal and transverse angles of the ship are greater than the vessel's
stability requirements.
f) Poor visibility makes it impossible to clearly see the vessel’s deck, lifted objects
and command signals.
g) The wave height and sea conditions in the operating sea area do not meet the
requirements for safe operation of crane vessels.
h) The wind force in the operating sea area is greater than level 6 (including level 6).
i) The tension of the crane vessel’s positioning anchor cannot meet the requirements
for stable vessel position.
7.2 Preparation for lifting
Lifting preparation includes but is not limited to the following:
a) Before lifting operations, a test lifting operation shall be carried out to ensure that
the crane is in normal working condition.
b) When selecting the command position, the rigger commander shall ensure a clear
line of sight with the crane driver. The lifted object shall be clearly visible in the
designated area. The commander shall keep a safe distance from the lifted object.
c) The contact method between the rope commander, the crane driver and the rigger
shall be determined and well maintained. The communication signals shall
comply with the provisions of GB/T 5082-1985. Operators shall correctly select
and wear personal labor protection equipment in accordance with the
requirements. The commander shall wear a distinctive logo or a specially colored
helmet.
d) When multiple people are working together to fix the buckle, they shall cooperate
with each other; all on-site workers shall obey the unified command of the rigger
commander.
e) The rope ends remaining after fixation shall be tightly wound around the hook or
the sling is fixed, it shall verify the position of the lifting point.
e) Necessary preventive measures shall be taken promptly for possible dangers.
7.4.2 Rigger
Operational requirements include but are not limited to the following:
a) Be familiar with the work content and process requirements; master the safe
operation essentials and precautions.
b) Before lifting operations, obstacles around the objects to be lifted shall be cleared.
c) Lifted objects shall be firmly tied; corners, sharp edges, sharp corners or precision
parts shall be padded.
d) When operating, the position of the operator shall have sufficient room for
avoidance.
e) Hang the tag line according to the direction of the lifted object.
f) Report abnormal situations promptly and follow the command of rigger
commander.
7.4.3 Crane driver
Operational requirements include but are not limited to the following:
a) Be familiar with the structure, performance, lifting command signals of the crane.
b) Access the crane via a special ladder and shall not step over it.
c) Before work, it shall inspect the work site, safety devices, control mechanisms,
etc.; carry out a trial run.
d) Before the crane is operated, a warning bell shall be sounded.
e) After receiving the command signal, a "repeat" signal shall be sent to confirm.
Operations shall not be carried out when the command signal is unclear;
operations can only be carried out after the command intention is clear.
f) The crane shall not stop using the limit device during operation.
g) During operation, if any abnormality is found in the crane, the crane shall be
stopped for inspection and shall not be operated until the fault is eliminated.
h) If an abnormal situation is encountered during operation and the lifted object
cannot be put down, all controller handles shall be returned to the zero position
and a signal shall be sent immediately.
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