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Cutting, Coring and Drilling Procedure

Cutting, Coring and Drilling (CCD) work is potentially dangerous due to the possible presence of unseen utilities or systems. This procedure assures that the BP Project Team identifies and assesses the HSSE risks associated with proposed coring of on-grade and above-grade concrete slabs, as well as other flooring and wall construction materials. In addition, this procedure ensures that the project team implements adequate controls to mitigate hazards.

The CCD site depth of field shall be fully investigated before work is authorized to proceed.

This procedure does not include minor material penetrations that are implemented for the purpose of installing wall anchoring systems for shelving, artwork, signs, safety materials, etc.

The following is a list of documents associated with the CCD Procedures:



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