Revision history VERSION DATE AMENDMENTS 1 0 December 2018 Issued for publication Acknowledgements This IOGP Specification was prepared by a Joint Industry Project 33 Standardization of Equipment Specifications for Procurement organized by IOGP with support by the World Economic Forum WEF Disclaimer Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication neither IOGP nor any of its Members past present or future warrants its accuracy or will regardless of its or their negligence assume liability for any foreseeable or unforeseeable use made thereof which liability is hereby excluded Consequently such use is at the recipient s own risk on the basis that any use by the recipient constitutes agreement to the terms of this disclaimer The recipient is obliged to inform any subsequent recipient of such terms This publication is made available for information purposes and solely for the private use of the user IOGP will not directly or 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WEF Ten key oil and gas companies from the IOGP membership participated in developing this specification under JIP33 Phase 2 with the objective to leverage and improve industry level standardization for projects globally in the oil and gas sector The work has developed a minimized set of supplementary requirements for procurement with life cycle cost in mind based on the ten participating members company specifications resulting in a common and jointly approved specification and building on recognized industry and international standards This specification has been developed in consultation with a broad user and supplier base to promote the opportunity to realize benefits from standardization and achieve significant cost reductions for upstream project costs The JIP33 work groups performed their activities in accordance with IOGP s Competition Law Guidelines November 2014 Recent trends in oil and gas projects have demonstrated substantial budget and schedule overruns The Oil and Gas Community within the World Economic Forum WEF has implemented a Capital Project Complexity CPC initiative which seeks to drive a structural reduction in upstream project costs with a focus on industry wide non competitive collaboration and standardization The vision from the CPC industry is to standardize specifications for global procurement for equipment and packages facilitating improved standardization of major projects across the globe While individual oil and gas companies have been improving standardization within their own businesses this has limited value potential and the industry lags behind other industries and has eroded value by creating bespoke components in projects This specification aims to significantly reduce this waste decrease project costs and improve schedule through pre competitive collaboration on standardization This document defines the supplementary requirements to recognized industry standard EN 13852 2nd Edition 2013 Cranes Offshore cranes Part 1 General purpose offshore cranes which is indispensable for the application of this specification Following agreement of the relevant JIP33 work group and approval by the JIP33 Steering Committee the IOGP Management Committee has agreed to the publication of this specification by IOGP Where adopted by the individual operating companies this specification and associated documentation aims to supersede existing company documentation for the purpose of industry harmonized standardization Page 1 of 16 S 617 December 2018 Supplementary Specification to EN 13852 1 General purpose offshore cranes Table of Contents Foreword 1 Introduction 3 2 Normative references 5 4 List of significant hazards 5 5 Safety requirements and or protective measures 5 5 2 Strength and stability 5 5 3 Equipment and components 6 5 4 Drive systems 7 5 6 Noise reduction 8 5 7 Access guards etc 9 5 8 Controls indicators and limiting devices 10 5 9 Protection systems 11 5 11 Spill protection 11 6 Verification of the safety requirements and or protective measures 11 6 3 Verification records 11 7 Information for use 12 7 1 Documentation 12 7 4 Marking 12 7 5 Component identification system 12 Annex C normative Environmental influences 14 C 7 Corrosion protection 14 Annex E normative Material selection 15 E 5 Welded structures 15 Bibliography 16 Tables Table 6 Purchaser system identification items 13 Table 7 Manufacturer sub assembly identification items 13 Page 2 of 16 S 617 December 2018 Supplementary Specification to EN 13852 1 General purpose offshore cranes Introduction The purpose of this specification is to define a minimum common set of supplementary requirements for procurement of general purpose offshore cranes to EN 13852 1 2nd Edition 2013 for application in the petroleum and natural gas industries This JIP33 standardized procurement specification follows a common document structure comprising the four documents as shown below which together with the purchase order define the overall technical specification for procurement JIP33 Specification for Procurement Documents Supplementary Technical Requirement It is required to use all of these documents in conjunction with each other when applying this specification as follows IOGP S 617 Supplementary specification to EN 13852 1 General purpose offshore cranes This specification is written as an overlay to EN 13852 1 following the clause structure of the parent standard to assist in cross referencing the requirements Where clauses from the parent standard EN 13852 1 are not covered in this specification there are no supplementary requirements or modifications to the respective clause The terminology used within this specification follows that of the parent standard and otherwise is in accordance with ISO IEC Directives Part 2 Modifications to the parent standard defined in this specification are identified as Add add to clause or add new clause Replace part of or entire clause or Delete IOGP S 617D Datasheet for General purpose offshore cranes This document provides project specific requirements where the supplementary specification and its parent standard require the user to define an application specific requirement It follows the clause structure of the parent standard and this specification It also includes information required by the user for technical evaluation Additional purchaser supplied documents are also listed in the datasheet to define scope and technical requirements for enquiry and purchase of the equipment Page 3 of 16 S 617 December 2018
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