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Marine Construction Magazine Issue 4

Marine Construction® Magazine publishes Six (6) Issues per year, once every 2-Months. We are by no means your typical publication. When you pick up the phone and call us (786-510-1002), after some 35+ years in the industry, we actually have knowledge of and understand…the Marine Construction Industry. With over 30,000 readers, we pride ourselves on covering what we believe to be topics of “actual usefulness” to our readers. Yes, we are a little unorthodox but…we like it like that. The bottom line is, if you are in the Marine Construction or related industry…you’ve come to the right place.

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metallic tubing or hose suitable for the service, and where discontinuance of welding operations, the welder shall
exposed shall be protected against physical damage. warn other workers of the location of hot metal.
5. When not in use, manifold and header hose connections Cutting, Welding & Cylinder Storage
shall be capped. 1. Cutting and welding will not be performed in areas where
6. When parallel sections or oxygen and fuel gas hose are easily combustible materials, such as wood shavings and
taped together, not more than 4 inches out of 12 inches scraps, sawdust, paper, oil soaked rags, etc. are located.
shall be covered by tape. All highly volatile materials will be removed from the area.
7. Hose couplings shall be of the type that cannot be 2. Suitable fire extinguishers will be provided. A thirty-
unlocked or disconnected by means of a straight pull minute watch will be adhered to after cutting or welding
without rotary motion. operations.
General Precautions 3. All equipment will be properly maintained and
1. No device or attachment facilitating or permitting periodically inspected.
mixture of air or oxygen with combustible gases prior to 4. All compressed gas cylinders will be stored in an upright
consumption, except at the burner or in a standard torch position, capped when not in use, and chained securely
or blowpipe, shall be allowed unless approved for the to prevent them from accidentally tipping over or being
purpose. knocked over.
2. Acetylene shall not be generated or utilized at a pressure 5. Cylinders will be stored away from heat sources. They are
in excess of 15 pounds per square inch gauge pressure. to be protected from accumulating ice and snow and
3. Exception: Acetylene dissolved in suitable solvent and the direct rays of the sun in high temperatures.
stored in cylinders manufactured according to Interstate 6. Cylinders of oxygen will be stored separately from
Commerce Commission requirements. cylinders of acetylene or other fuel gas.
4. Oxygen cylinders and fittings shall be kept away from oil 7. Never drag cylinders. If possible use a hand truck. If they
or grease. Cylinders, cylinder caps and valves, couplings, are being moved by hand, roll them on the bottom
regulators, hose, and apparatus shall be kept free from edge. Do not hoist cylinders by attaching lines to valves
oil or greasy substances and shall not be handled with or to collars at the top.
oily hands or gloves. Oxygen shall not be directed at 8. Prior to use, check the hose for cuts, cracks or worn places.
oily surfaces, greasy clothes, or within a fuel oil or other Check the pressure regulator and adjust accordingly.
storage tank or vessel. 9. When tanks are not in use, turn off the fuel supply at the
5. Hose piping systems, apparatus, and fittings shall not be tank. When in doubt, always consider cylinders full and
used. handle accordingly.
6. Oxygen shall never be used from a cylinder or cylinder 10. Check local fire regulations.
manifold unless a pressure-reducing device intended for Grinding
use with oxygen, and so marked, is provided. All abrasive wheel bench and stand grinders shall be
7. Acetylene shall never be brought into contact with provided with safety guards that cover the spindle ends, nut
unalloyed copper except in a blowpipe or torch. and flange projections, and are strong enough to withstand
8. Cylinders not having fixed hand wheels shall have keys, the effects of a bursting wheel.
handles or nonadjustable wrenches on valve stems An adjustable work rest of rigid construction shall be used
while these cylinders are in service. In multiple cylinder on floor and bench-mounted grinders, with the work rest
installations only one key or handle is required for each kept adjusted to a clearance not to exceed 1/8-inch (0.3
manifold. centimeter) between the work rest and the surface of the
9. Cylinders shall never be used as rollers or supports whether wheel.
full or empty. All abrasive wheels shall be closely inspected and ring-
10. Compressed oxygen shall not be used for ventilation, tested before mounting to ensure that they are free from
testing, or similar purposes different from its intended cracks or other defects.
function in welding and burning. Portable abrasive wheel tools shall be provided with safety
11. A dry chemical or carbon dioxide fire extinguisher rated guards, except when the wheels are 2 inches (5 centimeters)
at least 10 B:C shall be kept near operations where or less, or the wheel is entirely inside the work. n
bottled fuel gases are being used.
12. LP-Gas vessels shall be kept in a position so that the safety
relief valve is in direct contact with the vapor space in
the vessel at all times.
13. When operations are suspended for any substantial
period of time, such as during lunch or overnight, gas
cylinders shall be shut off. The torch and hose shall be
removed from the confined space. Upon completion or

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NEWS Link-Belt Announces
RELEASE New TCC-1200 &

Wireless Remote Control

LEXINGTON, KY. – To better meet customer demands, Link-
Belt Cranes has announced an upgrade to base rating of its
110-ton telecrawler to 120-ton. Shipments of the new TCC-
1200 will begin fourth quarter 2018.

The TCC-1200 offers an impressive capacity chart at
radius that rivals even lattice crawler cranes with a similar
base rating. The TCC-1200 is a full power boom, fabricated
from ultra-high-strength steel and formed in Link-Belt’s own
formed boom facility. The main boom height is 40 - 150 ft.
(12.2 - 45.7 m) long and incorporates Teflon wear pucks to
eliminate boom grease. It will come with three track widths
– extended [18 ft. 2 in (5.5 m)], intermediate [15 ft. 8 in. (4.8
m)], and retracted [11 ft. 11 in. (3.6 m)] which offers varying
footprint capability in popular telecrawler sectors such as
energy, industrial, and infrastructure.

Wireless Remote Control

An optional wireless remote control system is now available
for the new TCC-1200 and TCC-1400. The wireless remote
provides a solution for industries and other operations where
required, and allows the operator to be out of the cab and
still have control of the crane. n

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SPUD BARGE SAFETY

During marine construction work deck barges are held The Athena 106 accident investigation found that in
in place by vertical steel shafts known as spuds. The spud day-to-day operations the spud winch operator used only
equipment typically consists of forward and aft spuds and foot brakes to hold the raised spuds. The accident could
a diesel engine-powered spud winch. Three methods are have been prevented if the securing pin had been used
available to prevent the spud from accidentally dropping as a backup to the winch foot brakes to hold the raised
or slipping: latching the winch foot brake; engaging a steel spud. The securing pin would have kept the spud from
pawl that fits into a notched ring on the outside of the winch accidentally deploying, even if the winch, its brakes, or the
drum; and inserting a steel securing pin directly through the supporting cable failed.
fully raised spud, preventing it from free-falling if the winch
or cable fails. Preventing Accidental Deployment of Spuds
To ensure the safety of employees on construction barges

and towing vessels, employers and employees need to take
the following safety precautions:
• Before a barge is moved, the spuds need to be raised so

that the pinhole is above the resting area of the securing
pin. Each spud should be pinned in the raised position.
• The licensed master of a towing vessel, who is responsible
for ensuring that the vessels under his or her control are
safe to move, needs to ensure that spud securing pins
are in place and have a means to prevent inadvertent
disengagement before the tow is underway.
• If the spuds must be lowered to stop the barge in an
emergency situation (for example, in case of a power
failure of the tug or an imminent collision), a supervisor
needs to direct the barge employees on how to lower
the spuds.
Before attempting to lower mooring spuds, ensure that
spud securing pins are completely removed and that
employees are clear of the immediate area. Such practices
will help to avoid employees being struck by dislodged or
falling pins, which can weigh up to 85 pounds and measure
approximately 4-feet-long and 3 inches in diameter.
• Employers who own and operate barges need to
develop standard operating procedures. Employers
should provide and periodic training to employees on
barges including, how to use securing pins to hold spuds
safely in place before a barge is moved from one site to
another. n

Fire aboard the Athena 106, West Cote Blanche Bay,

Louisiana
On October 12, 2006, the towing vessel Miss Megan was

pushing two deck barges to a pile-driving location in the
West Cote Blanche Bay oil field off the Louisiana coast.
While the vessels were under way, the 5-ton aft spud on one
of the barges, the Athena 106, suddenly dropped into the
water from its raised position. The spud struck a buried high-
pressure natural gas pipeline, rupturing the pipeline. The
gas ignited and created a fireball that engulfed the towing
vessel and both barges. The master of the towing vessel
and four barge employees were killed, and another barge
employee was listed as missing.

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