Tulityöluvat

 

HOT WORK ON VESSELS IN PORT OF LOVIISA

All possible hot works on vessels must be carried out in permanent hot work areas. Hot work may be performed at a temporary site only if the work cannot be performed at a permanent hot work site.

MINIMUM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING HOT WORK:

  • Clean up and secure the hot work site. Remove and protect all combustible and flammable machines, materials, equipment, bins and containers.
  • Inspect ceiling, bulkhead and floor structures and shield leadthroughs and openings.
  • Ensure that everyone knows the number on the berth, how to make an emergency call and how to use extinguishing equipment.
  • Please consult your agent, if in a need of information.
  • The work site has to be equipped with at least two portable fire extinguisher of class 43A 183B C or equal. Another one of these extinguishers can be substituted by either two portable fire extinguishers of class 27A 11B C or with an immediately utilizable fire hydrant and hose reel
  • Protect combustible materials that cannot be removed, including electrical cables
  • Inspect the facilities around hot work site. Assess the need to arrange hot work guarding in those facilities
  • Prevent the spread of sparks and the leading of heat to the surrounding areas (also below)
  • The sprinkler system doesn’t normally need to be disconnected. Protect the sprinkler nozzles from heat.
  • Appoint a hot work guard for the duration of work and after work is completed
  • Ensure that the hot work guard is present throughout the whole duration of the work, including breaks
  • After the hot work is completed, continue guarding of the hot work site not less than one hour

Emergency number in Finland is 112