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Installation of Aerial Multi-Axis Platform (AMP) at Tinker AFB. Mark Nelson May 2007. Jacobs Engineering. Buildings and Infrastructure. Other. Chemicals, Petrochemicals, and Fertilizers. Pulp and Paper. Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnologies. High Tech ( JT ). Petroleum

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Jacobs engineering
Jacobs Engineering AFB

Buildings and Infrastructure

Other

Chemicals, Petrochemicals, and Fertilizers

Pulp and Paper

Pharmaceuticals

and Biotechnologies

  • High Tech (JT)

Petroleum

(Oil, Gas, and Refining)

Jacobs Technology (JT)

Federal Programs/Defense and Aerospace (JT)


Jacobs technology technical services
Jacobs Technology AFB– Technical Services


Objectives
Objectives AFB

  • Present AMP installation in Bldg 3001.

  • Fully understand needs and expectations.

  • Present safety features and procedures.

  • Establish safety requirements.


Contract requirements
Contract Requirements AFB

  • Install one AMP in Bldg 3001 to support KC-135 maintenance.

  • Provide user manual and training on safe operation & maintenance of AMP.

  • Under warranty for 12 months.

  • USTAE is the AMP vendor.

  • Expected completion date: 31 July 07.




Amp travel path
AMP Travel Path AFB

  • Dashed line represents AMP travel around aircraft in Dock 1 with horizontal stabilizer removed.


Maintenance activities requirements
Maintenance Activities & Requirements AFB

  • Access to wings, engines, fuselage and horizontal stabilizer.

  • Removal & installation of horizontal stabilizer?

  • Removal & installation of vertical stabilizer?

  • Removable handrails or gates?

  • Move personnel from platform to aircraft and back?

  • Use AMP as a hoist?

  • Interface with special handling gear like a sling?
















System safety analysis
System Safety Analysis AFB

  • Formal analysis performed by Jacobs last year.

  • Identified and assessed hazards.

  • Developed countermeasures.

  • Followed: Mil-Std-882, AFOSH 91-501, OSHA-29 CFR, ANSI A10.28, ANSI C2, NESC, NFPA 70, NEC

  • Control system safety analysis performed by USTAE via Genesis / Rockwell who owns Allen-Bradley.


Safety checklist items
Safety Checklist Items AFB

  • Control System - Failsafe

    • PTO switch on radio control unit

    • Safe-Stop button

    • Limit movement within safe envelope via software

    • Dual processors

    • Dual encoders

    • Double brakes – engage with power loss

    • Cable tension limits via sensors & software

  • Collision Avoidance

    • Power-on beacon

    • Contact sensor

    • Two-way radios

    • Spotter on floor


Safety checklist items continued
Safety Checklist Items (continued) AFB

  • Safe escape and rescue

    • Controlled descent device

    • Secondary Radio Control Unit on the floor

  • Fall protection

    • Handrails

    • Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS)

    • Anti-slip surface on platform floor

  • Fire extinguisher

  • AMP wiring complies with codes

  • Load tests – 3 times rated load

  • Warning labels


Safety procedures
Safety Procedures AFB

  • User manual – operations & maintenance

  • Training and certification of operators

  • Use of primary and secondary radio control units

    • Override by secondary unit – keep in secure area

  • Role of Spotter.

  • Use of control descent device

  • Use of PFAS