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EMPLOYEE HSE HANDBOOK HEALTH SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

HSE DEPARTMENT

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Introduction.. . 4 Mushrif Mission Statement.................. . 5 Mushrif Commitment.. . !S" Po#ic$................. . % "mp#o$ee Commitment to Safet$........ . & Site Safet$ Po#ic$...... . ' (enets of )peration....... . ' Safe S$stem of *or+.... ' ,io#ation and Infringements......1 Safet$ and !ea#th (raining... .....1 Incident .eporting......1 1 Permit to *or+........1 1 !orse P#a$.......1 1 A#coho# and /rugs......1 1 0irst Aid.......1 2 !eat stress and stro+e.. .....1 3 "mergenc$ .esponse Procedure... .....1 4 !ouse+eeping.... .....1 5 Persona# Protecti1e "2uipment... .....1 5 )ffice Safet$... .....1 % Manua# !and#ing.... .....1 % /ropped )34ects.... .....1 & 5or+ at height.... .....1 & 6adders..........................1 & Scaffo#ding... .....1 ' "xca1ation and (renching........1 ' 7arricades and signs. .....2 6ifting and .igging )perations.... .....2 1 "#ectrica# Safet$... .....2 2 Iso#ation 8 6oc+ out and (ag out... .....2 2 Co#or coding....... .....2 3 (oo#s and "2uipments... .....2 3 ,ehic#e and !ea1$ "2uipment safet$. 2 3 Machine 9uarding.. .....2 4 Con1e$or Safet$.... .....2 4 Compressed 9as C$#inders. .....2 5 Compressed Air. .....2 5 .adiographic Safet$.. .....2 Ignition Sources. .....2 0ire... .....2 5e#ding and Cutting.. .....2 % Chemica# !and#ing.... .....2 & !$drogen Su#phide.... .....2 ' Confined Space......3 "n1ironment .....3 1 /ri1ing Safe#$.. .....3 2 !S" (raining .ecord.... .....3 3 Persona# Protecti1e "2uipment .egister... .....3 5 :otes. .....3 % Ac+no*#edgment .eceipt of !and3oo+. .....3 '

$. I%&' ()*&+ % Safet$ is a## a3out pre1enting accidents. Accidents are un*anted experiences in our dai#$ #ife resu#ting in personne# in4ur$; financia# #oss or damage to the en1ironment. <tmost care is to 3e ta+en to pro1ide a *or+ing en1ironment in *hich dai#$ tas+s can 3e performed *ithout ha=ards. (his safet$ hand3oo+ is a guide and 3rief summar$ of the procedures contained *ithin the !ea#th; Safet$ and "n1ironment >!S"? Management s$stem of Mushrif (rading and Contracting Compan$. A#so high#ights the minimum safe *or+ practices and standards re#ated to the ma4or ha=ards and causes of fata#ities occurring in the construction industr$. @ou are encouraged to re1ie* these procedures if $ou re2uire further detai#ed information; $ou can a#so contact the *or+site safet$ officer or refer Mushrif !ea#th and Safet$ Manua# for further c#arification. !S" is #ine responsi3i#it$. Managers and super1isors ha1e in that respect a specia# and persona# dut$ to acti1e#$ *or+ for a continuous !S" impro1ement *ithin their part of the organi=ation. In order to minimi=e the ha=ards to personne#; e2uipment and the en1ironment at our *or+sites; certain ru#es and regu#ations ha1e to 3e adhered to. :ot fo##o*ing these ru#es and regu#ations; or standard safe *or+ing practices *i## resu#t in discip#inar$ action *hich ma$ inc#ude dismissa# and remo1a# form the *or+site. Stud$ this 3oo+ and carr$ it *ith $ou at a## times *hi#st in the *or+p#ace and refer to it as necessar$ as it pro1ides the minimum standard of !S" procedures that $ou *i## 3e re2uired to fo##o*. A#so +eep updating $our (raining detai#s; PP" registr$ detai#s in the space pro1ided in the end of this 3oo+#et. 5e#come to Mushrif and hope $our time *ith us *i## 3e en4o$a3#e; safe and re*arding.

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"1er$one has a persona# responsi3i#it$ for safet$ for themse#1es and others *ho ma$ 3e affected 3$ their action. 0o##o* the compan$ ru#es and regu#ations at a## times. Constant a*areness and 1igi#ance for en1ironment is a must. A## acti1ities must 3e assessed for ha=ards. $our *or+ing

Management and super1ision *i## ensure each emp#o$ee recei1es proper 4o3 instructions re#ated to his assigned 4o3. Management and super1ision *i## ensure a## emp#o$ees are issued *ith the re2uired persona# protecti1e e2uipment >PP"? and it is used *here1er appropriate. Management and super1ision *i## promote 3$ persona# examp#e safe 3eha1ior and set 3est possi3#e standards. 9ood house+eeping must 3e maintained at a## times. A## materia# #ea1ing the premises must ha1e a gate passAad1ice note signed 3$ the concerned authorit$. (ra1e#ing on an$ mo3i#e p#ant is prohi3ited un#ess purpose 3ui#d seats are pro1ided. A## 1ehic#es A p#ant are to 3e dri1en andAor operated 3$ #icensedAcertified personne# on#$.

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5e a#*a$s comp#$ *ith the (enets of )perationa# "xce##ence sho*n on the stop *or+ authorit$ card. As an emp#o$ee of Mushrif; $ou are responsi3#e and authori=ed to report an$ *or+ that does not comp#$ *ith these tenets and there *i## 3e no repercussions to $ou. (his is our commitment A#*a$s operate *ithin design and en1ironmenta# #imits A#*a$s operate in a safe and contro##ed condition A#*a$s ensure safet$ de1ices are in p#ace and functioning A#*a$s fo##o* safe *or+ practice and procedures A#*a$s meet or exceed customerBs re2uirement A#*a$s maintain integrit$ or dedicated s$stem A#*a$s comp#$ *ith a## app#ica3#e ru#es and regu#ation A#*a$s address a3norma# conditions A#*a$s fo##o* *ritten procedures for high ris+ or unusua# situation A#*a$s in1o#1e the right peop#e in decisions that affect procedures and e2uipment

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7asic safe *or+ practices shou#d 3e o3ser1ed 3$ e1er$ emp#o$ee *or+ing on the 4o3 site. (he o34ecti1e of the safet$ program is to pre1ent in4uries and to a##o* $ou to do the 4o3 efficient#$ and safe#$. A## emp#o$ees must fo##o* Safe *or+ practices gi1ing e1er$ possi3#e aid to ena3#e safe operations and 3e a part of the Safet$ program 3$ reporting a## unsafe conditions or practices to their Super1isor or Safet$ .epresentati1e.

(he 1ast ma4orit$ of *or+ re#ated in4uries are the resu#t of unsafe acts of *or+ers; *hen the$ ta+e shortcuts and 1io#ating safet$ regu#ations or not considering safet$ serious#$.

As a Principa# Contractor Mushrif has a responsi3i#it$ to ma+e sure that a## emp#o$ees and contractors o3ser1e and o3e$ a## app#ica3#e ru#es; procedures or other instructions to ensure safe conduct of *or+. In #ine *ith the Mushrif !ea#th and Safet$ Po#ic$; a## emp#o$ees are expected to *or+ in a safe manner at a## times. A## tas+s *i## 3e carried out in #ine *ith the fo##o*ingC (he tas+ must 3e assessed and a## the acti1it$ thorough#$ p#anned. (he *or+force must 3e organi=ed and sure of their ro#es and responsi3i#ities (he p#anned procedures must 3e adhered to during the *or+. An$ changes to the *or+ scope *i## 3e identified to the *or+force and thorough#$ exp#ained. If the acti1it$ is to 3e suspended for an$ time e.g. mea# 3rea+s etc. the *or+p#ace to 3e #eft in a safe manner. A## tas+s to 3e comp#eted *ith highest safet$ standards.

=. V+ 3!&+ % !%( I%1'+%"#.#%&(he purpose of safet$ ru#e enforcement emp#o$ees. )ne emp#o$eeDs unsafe safet$ of other emp#o$ees and safet$ is 3eha1ior or unsafe conditions. safet$ ru#es or *or+ing in a n unsafe a *ritten safet$ *arning E measures to Minor 1io#ation 8 5arning *i## ser1e as a procedure. Ma4or 1io#ation or repeated minor ma$ 3e ta+en #eads to pena#t$; is the protection of a## 3eha1ior can affect the important to pre1ent unsafe "mp#o$ee 1io#ating the manner *i## 3e pro1ided *ith correct it. reminder for the proper 1io#ation 8 /iscip#inar$ action suspension or termination.

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S!1#&4 Training is an essential component of an effective company safety program. "mp#o$ees need to 3e trained in the recognition and a1oidance of unsafe conditions as part of compan$ profita3i#it$ and professiona# de1e#opment. (he de1e#opment and maintenance of a safe *or+ing cu#ture can on#$ 3e effecti1e if e1er$one is inc#uded and acti1e#$ in1o#1ed in the training. (he use of training is an in1a#ua3#e means of in1o#1ing those most at ris+. (he primar$ aim of the site HSE +%()*&+ % is to pro1ide ne* emp#o$ee *ith a 3rief o1er1ie* of !S" po#icies; procedures practices and ha=ard communications at Mushrif operations and to pro1ide them *ith a 3asic understanding of their o*n !S" responsi3i#ities. After comp#etion of the site !S" induction training; F"mp#o$eeBs commitment to safet$G form to 3e get signed from the emp#o$ee and Mushrif induction stic+er *i## 3e pro1ided in the he#met. T 3? @ &!3<- are essentia# reminder for the potentia# ha=ard associated *ith the p#anned *or+ and according#$ execute contro# measures prior to start the *or+. It is a#so an effecti1e means of increasing !S" s+i## of *or+ers on the ris+s in1o#1ed and the precautions re2uired in their dai#$ acti1ities. Imp#ementing an efficient s$stem of conducting dai#$ too#3ox ta#+s can p#a$ a ma4or ro#e in a1oidance of unsafe conditions as part of compan$ profita3i#it$ and professiona# de1e#opment.

!ence Mushrif emphasi=e too#3ox ta#+s to 3e de#i1ered 3$ super1isor$ staff e1er$ da$ to a## operati1es. 0urther once in a *ee+ the same *i## 3e done 3$ safet$ personne#.

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If in4ured on the 4o3; report the in4ur$ immediate#$ to $our foreman or super1isor. /onDt *ait. .eport a## the in4ur$ *hen it occurs; e1en if $ou 3e#ie1e that medica# treatment is not necessar$. Medica# treatment *i## 3e pro1ided if it is necessar$ .emem3er H 5e a## 3e#ie1e in the :) 76AM" cu#ture H to ena3#e the root causes to 3e identified and pre1ention of a recurrence. >0or further detai#s refer IMS Manua# Section 7 1.& !SP2 Accident and Incident .eporting?

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Permit to *or+ has 3een esta3#ished to maintain contro# of ha=ardous *or+ 3eing carried out on the *or+site and to ensure that a## necessar$ safet$ precautions are carried out. It shou#d 3e noted that a *or+ permit does not guarantee safet$I an accident can occur at an$ time and safet$ ru#es must 3e a#*a$s fo##o*ed. 5or+ Permits are issued for the fo##o*ing t$pes of *or+C !ot 5or+s .adiograph$ Confined Spaces "xca1ation "#ectrica# 5or+s "nergi=ing A Iso#ation

It identifies conditions and #imits potentia##$ harmfu# effects on the person carr$ing out the *or+ 3$ specif$ing safet$ precautions to 3e fo##o*ed during *or+ acti1it$. It gi1es a comprehensi1e and detai#ed record of a## ongoing *or+; contro# of the *or+ situation and a1oids conf#icting or incompati3#e *or+ 3eing carried out simu#taneous#$.

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!orsep#a$ >Jpractica# 4o+esJ; p#a$ing tric+s on other emp#o$ees? is a serious threat to safet$. It can and does resu#t in in4ur$ and in some cases e1en fata#it$. !orsep#a$ shou#d ne1er 3e to#erated in the *or+p#ace. Managers and Super1isors ha1e direct responsi3i#it$ for contro##ing such 3eha1ior. "mp#o$ees found to ha1e contri3uted to an$ ad1erse conse2uences; in particu#ar an in4ur$ or *orse; *i## 3e su34ect to discip#inar$ action

$2. A3* 0 3 !%( D')"An$one +no*n to 3e under the inf#uence of drugs or intoxicating su3stances that impair his A her a3i#it$ to perform the assigned duties safe#$ sha## not 3e a##o*ed on the 4o3 in that condition. If $ou are ta+ing medication prescri3ed 3$ a ph$sician or ta+ing o1er8the8counter medication; inform $our super1isor 3efore $ou 3egin *or+. Some medications ma$ spoi# $our a3i#it$ to *or+ or operate e2uipment safe#$. :o one sha## +no*ing#$ 3e permitted or re2uired to *or+ *hi#e his A her a3i#it$ or a#ertness is so impaired 3$ fatigue; i##ness; or other causes that the$ might unnecessari#$ expose the emp#o$ee or others to in4ur$.

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0irst Aid is the initia# emergenc$ care gi1en immediate#$ upon arri1a# at the scene to an i## or in4ured person and continues unti# professiona# medica# assistance ta+es o1er the care of the casua#t$ >such as an am3u#ance officer or doctor? (he princip#es of first aid are simp#e.

Commonsense is the most important factor in first aid. !a1ing the a3i#it$ to sta$ ca#m in emergenc$ situations. More mista+es are made in first aid 3$ not #oo+ing rather than not +no*ing. !a1ing the +no*#edge to treat 1arious i##nesses and in4uries.

A first aider shou#d a#*a$s see+ permission from a conscious casua#t$ prior to rendering an$ assistance. )nce $ou 3egin to render assistance $ou ha1e a responsi3i#it$ to pro1ide first aid in accordance *ith $our #e1e# of training and experience A 1+'-& !+(#'7- ' 3# +- & : Preser1e #ife. Protect the unconscious casua#t$. Pre1ent the condition *orsening. Promote reco1er$. Ca## for medica# assistance

R#* "%+B# 3+1# &0'#!&#%+%" #.#'"#%*+#5hen $ou approach a 1ictim; go through the fo##o*ing steps to detect #ife threatening emergencies. Chec+ A B C Air*a$ 7reathing Circu#ation

Chec+ the scene for safet$. If it is not safe for $ou to he#p; ca## an am3u#ance immediate#$. If it is safe; chec+ the 1ictimBs consciousness. If 1ictim is unconscious;

)pen the air*a$ H gent#$ ti#t the head 3ac+ and #ift the chin. Chec+ for 3reathing H p#ace $our ear near the 1ictimBs mouth. 6isten for 3reathing and #oo+ do*n the chest. If the 1ictimBs air*a$ is open 3ut he is not 3reathing; chec+ his pu#se. 0ina##$ #oo+ for se1ere 3#eeding.

Cardiopu#monar$ resuscitation >CP.? is a procedure to support and maintain 3reathing and circu#ation for a person *ho has stopped 3reathing >respirator$ arrest? andAor *hose heart has stopped >cardiac arrest?.

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5or+ing in !ot en1ironment can cause heat to 3ui#d up in the 3od$. !eat stress occurs *hen the 3od$Bs coo#ing s$stem cannot get rid of the heat fast enough. !eat stress can #ead to heat exhaustion; *hich is serious; or heat stro+e; *hich can +i## $ou. (he fo##o*ing ta3#e identifies each condition; the signs and s$mptoms and recommended first aid. H#!& S&'#-- D+- '(#'C %(+&+ %
H#!& R!-0 9 <sua##$ occurs in hot and humid en1ironments *here s*eat cannot e1aporate easi#$. If a rash co1ers a #arge area it ma$ 3ecome 1er$ uncomforta3#e.

S+"%- !%( S4.6& .K .ash characteri=ed 3$ sma## pin+ or red 3umpsI K Irritation or pric+#$ sensationI and K Itching K Cramping or spasms of musc#esI K Ma$ occur during or after *or+ or a fe* hours #ater

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K Leep s+in c#ean and dr$ to pre1ent infectionI K 5ear #oose cotton c#othingI K (a+e a coo# 3ath or sit in the air conditioning to ease irritationI K Some #otions he#p ease the pain and itching K .est 3rief#$ in a coo# or shaded area and coo# do*nI K /rin+ an e#ectro#$te containing drin+ such as 9atoradeI K If the cramps are se1ere or do not go a*a$ after 1 hour; see+ medica# attention K Mo1e the person to a coo# #ocation and #ie do*n *ith feet s#ight#$ e#e1atedI K 6oosen or remo1e the personBs c#othing and app#$ coo# *et c#oths or direct a fan to*ards themI K /rin+ coo# *ater or drin+. 7ut ma+e sure the drin+ is not too co#d K Monitor the person c#ose#$. !eat exhaustion can 2uic+#$ 3ecome heat stro+e. K If the person has a fe1er greater than 1-2) 0; faints; has confusion or sei=ures ca## for medica# assistance K .emo1e an$ unnecessar$ c#othing and p#ace the person on their side to expose as much s+in surface as possi3#eI K Mo1e to a coo# area; out of direct sun#ightI Coo# the person 3$ sponging or spra$ing *ith coo# *aterI K App#$ ice pac+s to the groin; nec+ and arm pitsI K /o not gi1e them f#uids to drin+

H#!& C'!.6- 9 Musc#e spasms *hich usua##$ affect the arms; #egs; or stomach and genera##$ occur from hea1$ exercise or intensi1e *or+s done in hot en1ironments. Inade2uate f#uid inta+e often #eads to heat cramps. H#!& E@0!)-&+ % 9 Is more serious than heat cramps. It occurs *hen the 3od$Bs interna# air conditioning s$stem is o1er*or+ed; 3ut hasnBt comp#ete#$ shut do*n. It occurs 3ecause the 3od$ has #ost #arge amounts of *ater and sa#t through excessi1e s*eating.

K Coo#; moist s+in; ashen comp#exionI K !eadacheIK Intense thirstI K /i==iness; K 0ee#ing faintI K 6o* grade fe1erI K !ea1$ s*eatingI K 5ea+ or tiredI K .apid pu#se rate; andAor #o* 3#ood pressure.

H#!& S&' <# 9 (his is the most serious hea#th8re#ated i##ness. It is #ife threatening *ith high death rate if it is onset. !eat stro+e occurs *hen the 3od$ has dep#eted its supp#$ of *ater and sa#t and the 1ictimBs 3od$ temperature rises to dead#$ #e1e#s. (he 3od$ is not a3#e to regu#ate its core temperature.

K (he 1ictim stops s*eating K .apid heart3eatI K .apid sha##o* 3reathingI (hro33ing headacheI K Confused; has con1u#sions; andAor appears unconsciousI K !igh 3od$ temperature of 1-4) 0 or higher

A 1ictimBs 3od$ temperature must 3e #o*ered as 2uic+#$ as possi3#e *hen suffering from heat stress. App#$ing ice to armpits; *rist; e#3o*s and 3ac+ of the +nees ma$ reduce the possi3i#it$ of permanent 3rain damage.

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"mergenc$ p#ans are re2uired to ensure emp#o$ee safet$ in case of fire or other emergenc$. "mergenc$ p#ans sha## 3e tested periodica##$ to ensure their effecti1eness.

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"scape procedures Assem3#$ point "mp#o$ee accounting "mergenc$ e1acuation .escue and medica# duties Means of reporting emergencies Persons to 3e contacted for information or c#arification

F+'# E.#'"#%*4 1. In case of a sma## fire; tr$ to extinguish *ith the fire extinguishing e2uipment a1ai#a3#e. 2. If the fire cannot 3e extinguished; sound the fire a#arm. 3. C!33 &0# #.#'"#%*4 -#'C+*#- &#3#60 %# %).?#' >Contact $our super1isor or Safet$ )fficer on site to +no* the emergenc$ te#ephone num3er?. A**+(#%& R#-)3&+%" +% S#'+ )- I%D)'4 1. Arrange an am3u#ance to send the in4ured for medica# treatment. 2. ):6@ 2ua#ified personne# ma$ attempt to gi1e first aid treatment to the in4ured; if appropriate. 3. (he #ine super1isor shou#d immediate#$ inform the safet$ staff andAor management and then comp#ete the accident report >for further detai#s refer to Mushrif hea#th and safet$ procedure HS P, E R#6 '&+%" 1 A**+(#%&- !%( I%*+(#%&-? E.#'"#%*4 EC!*)!&+ % 1. Stop a## *or+s immediate#$ and ensure that a## e2uipment is #eft in a safe condition. 2. 6ea1e p#ant; going across *ind and assem3#ing at an up*ind area >#oo+ around for e1idence of the genera# *ind direction?. 3. .emain at the assem3#$ area unti# chec+ed off and then go to the !ead )ffice; site offices or remain at the area; as instructed. 4. /o a head count and ro## ca## to 3e sure e1er$one is accounted for 3$ name. 5. /o not enter the area or restart the *or+ unti# informed to do so.

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9ood house+eeping can +eep $ou safe. An untid$ *or+p#ace can cause accident such as s#ips; trips and fa##s and fire ha=ards. Poor house+eeping is one of the ma4or causes of emp#o$ee in4uries. A33 #.63 4##- !'# '#F)+'#( & Leep the *or+ area in a c#ean and order#$ condition. Stac+ a## materia#s correct#$. /ispose of *aste in the ru33ish 3ins and s+ip pro1ided. Leep passage*a$s; stairs; storerooms; ser1ice rooms and *or+ areas c#ean; uno3structed and free of trip ha=ards. Pre1ent com3usti3#es; *hich present a fire ris+ to 3ui#d up in *or+ area. .eturn a## too#s and other e2uipment to their proper storage p#ace after use. C#ean up an$ oi#; *ater or other su3stances spi##ed on concrete or smooth surface f#oors.

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Persona# protecti1e e2uipment >PP"? reduce emp#o$ee exposure to ha=ards *hen engineering and administrati1e contro#s are not feasi3#e or effecti1e. "ach emp#o$ee is responsi3#e for *earing it correct#$ and for maintaining it in a ser1icea3#e condition. It is the responsi3i#it$ of the emp#o$ee to report an$ damage or fau#ts *ith th e e2uipment to his or her super1isor. Minimum PP" re2uirements are Co1era##; !e#met; Safet$ shoe and Safet$ g#ass. A## emp#o$ees must comp#$ *ith compan$Bs PP" re2uirement and it usage. P' &#*&+C# *3 &0+%" "mp#o$ees must a#*a$s *ear the persona# protecti1e c#othing pro1ided. Protecti1e c#othing must 3e +ept c#ean and in good condition. Persons *or+ing on or a3out machiner$ must *ear c#o se fitting o1era##s and c#othing 8 no #oose items shou#d 3e in e1idence. Persons *or+ing on re1o#1ing machiner$ must not *ear rings; *atches; nec+ties etc. Persons *or+ing on or a#ongside a road carr$ing hea1$ traffic shou#d *ea r ref#ecti1e or f#uorescent 4ac+ets.

H#!( P' &#*&+ % Safet$ he#mets must 3e *orn *hen *or+ing on construction; demo#ition or exca1ation acti1ities or in an$ other circumstances *here there is a possi3i#it$ that head in4uries cou#d 3e sustained. Safet$ he#mets fitted *ith a chin strap in good condition shou#d 3e *orn *h en *or+ing in high *inds; in an e#e1ated position; or other*ise exposed to sudden gust of *ind.

Chec+ the #ifespan of the safet$ he#met has not expired 3$ referring to the date stamp mar+ed on the inside of the e2uipment; indicating the date of manufacture.

Safet$ he#mets sha## not 3e misused; disfigured; exposed to chemica#s or paint. An$ safet$ he#mets exposed to these e#ements or exposed to impact sha## 3e rep#aced immediate#$.

E!' P' &#*&+ % "ar protectors shou#d 3e *orn 3$ a## personne# *or+ing in areas *here harmfu# noise #e1e#s exist >*here noise #e1e# is M&5 d3A?. E4# !%( F!*# P' &#*&+ % Suita3#e e$e protection >e.g. safet$ gogg#es; safet$ spectac#es or face mas+s? shou#d 3e *orn *hen using compressed air; cuttingAchipping of hard surfaces or *hene1er there is a potentia# danger of e$e in4ur$. F!33 P' &#*&+ % 0a## from heights are the ma4or +i##er in construction. Insta##ing guardrai#s or *earing a fa##8arrest s$stem can pre1ent man$ of these fa#a#ities. 0a##8arrest s$stems *or+ proper#$ on#$ if the$ are maitained proper#$. (his inc#udes inspection; maintenance and rep#acement or disposa# of damaged or *orn components. A fa##8arrest s$stem t$pica##$ consists ofC F A fu##83od$ harness or; in some cases; a safet$ 3e#t 6an$ard Shoc+ a3sor3er .ope gra3 6ife#ine 6ife#ine anchor & P' &#*&+ % Safet$ foot*ear shou#d 3e *orn in order to protect against toe in4uries; particu#ar#$ *hen hand#ing materia#s or hea1$ o34ects. Specia# foot*ear such as an+#e t$pe safet$ shoes shou#d 3e *orn during aspha#ting *or+s. 0oot*ear must 3e in good condition and rep#aced as necessar$.

H!%( P' &#*&+ % !and protection sha## 3e *orn *here ris+ of in4ur$ to the hand exists. Chemica# resistant g#o1es sha## 3e used *hen hand#ing petro#eum products; caustic soda; acids; chemica#s and strong so#1ents. 6eather g#o1es sha## 3e *orn to protect the hands from heat; pinch points and extreme#$ a3rasi1e or sp#inter$ materia#s. A## g#o1es must 3e +ept dr$ particu#ar#$ *hen used in *e#ding or hand#ing #i1e e#ectric *ires to a1oid e#ectric shoc+s.

9#o1es; in poor condition; must 3e disposed of proper#$. )n remo1a# of safet$ g#o1es; hands and arms are to 3e thorough#$ c#eaned; particu#ar#$ at the end of a *or+ing period or 3efore mea#s.

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Lno* the #ocation of the t*o nearest exist from $our *or+ area. "mergenc$ exits and the passage*a$s sha## 3e free from o3structions. A## f#oor surfaces sha## 3e +ept c#ean; dr$; and free from protruding sp#inters and nai#s; #oose 3oards; ho#es; 3ro+en ti#es and other protrusions. /efecti1e ti#e or carpet shou#d 3e repaired immediate#$. :e1er store items under $our des+ or on top of cup3oards A#*a$s +eep des+ dra*ers and fi#e ca3inets c#osed. (he computer screen shou#d 3e 458 -cm a*a$ from the users e$es A#*a$s maintain proper posture /o not o1er#oad extension cords or e#ectrica# out#ets. (urn )ff e#ectrica#; e#ectronic e2uipment *hen not in use. :e1er #ift hea1$ #oads. 6oose #$ing ca3#es can cause A tripping ha=ard "#ectrocution Peop#e can hoo+ on ca3#es and pu## expensi1e e2uipment from ta3#es.

:e1er stand on the chair to reach an$thing; particu#ar if the chair has *hee#s or is of the s*i1e# +ind.

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9rip the o34ect *ith *ho#e hand using pa#m and tuc+ in e#3o*s. P#ace the feet apart and para##e# 3ehind the o34ect. Sit do*n position; 3ac+ straight 8 not 1ertica# and tuc+ chin in. Maintain *eight direct#$ o1er the feetI use the #egs to push up. 5hen #ifting an$ thing; use the po*er of $our #egs and not $our 3ac+. A#*a$s protect $our 3ac+ from in4ur$I ne1er #ift #oads that are too hea1$ or a*+*ard 3ecause of its shape or si=e. accidenta# s#ips; trips E fa##s. ad4usts its position. P#ace the #oad precise#$; put it do*n first; and then A1oid t*isting the 3ac+ or #ean side*a$s If the #oad is too #arge for one person; get he#p. P#an direction of tra1e# A#*a$s maintain a c#ear fie#d of 1ie* to pre1ent

If necessar$; use a mechanica# #ifting e2uipment such as tro##e$ or for+#ift to mo1e #arger E hea1ier items.

,,. D' 66#( O?D#*&Materia#s; too#s; and other o34ects sha## not 3e thro*n from structures unti# proper precautions are ta+en to protect others from the fa##ing o34ects. Area for drop o34ects to 3e secured and 3arricaded.

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A## *or+ at height is proper#$ p#anned E organised (hose in1o#1ed in *or+ at height are trained and competent (he #ocation *here *or+ at height to 3e safe a#*a$s. "2uipment for *or+ at height is appropriate#$ inspected and contro##ed (he ris+s from fragi#e surfaces are proper#$ contro##ed (he ris+s from fa##ing o34ects are proper#$ contro##ed. use an existing p#ace or means of access <se the most suita3#e *a$ of *or+ing Se#ect the most suita3#e e2uipment A## *or+ at height ta+es account of *eather conditions that cou#d endanger hea#th E safet$ Nust remem3er a ris+ assessment is to 3e *ritten to contro# the ha=ards

,2. L!((#' A#*a$s inspect a #adder for defects 3efore use. /o not use 3ro+en or home made #adders 6adders sha## 3e p#aced so that the hori=onta# distance from the 3ase to the 1ertica# p#ane of the support is one8fourth >O? the #adder #ength 3et*een supports >%5 deg to hori=onta#?. (he feet of a #adder shou#d 3e p#aced on a firm footing. "ach #adder shou#d 3e tied off or firm#$ he#d 3$ an assistant *hen in use. 6adder shou#d extend approximate#$ 3 feet >1 meter? o1er an e#e1ated area. Step#adders sha## 3e fu##$ opened and #oc+ed 3efore use. 5hen ascending or descending a #adderC >Maintain 3 points of contact? ho#d on *ith 3oth handsI a#*a$s face the #adderI ne1er s#ide do*n a #adderI ensure shoes or *or+83oots are free from oi# and greaseI ne1er c#im3 higher than the third rung from the top of a straight or extension #adder and the second tread from the top of a step#adderI on#$ one person shou#d 3e on a #adder at a time.

A#uminum or meta# #adders sha## not 3e used *hen *or+ing on or around #i1e e#ectrica# *iring.

,:. B!''+*!(#- !%( S+"%7arricades and signs are re2uired around a## exca1ations; ho#es or openings in the f#oor or roof areas; edges of roof E e#e1ated p#atformsI around certain t$pes of o1erhead *or+; .adiation acti1ities E *here1er necessar$ to *arn peop#e a3out existing ha=ards. An$one *ho ma+es a ho#e or opening is responsi3#e for ha1ing it 3arricaded. E'#*&+ % 1 ?!''+*!(# 7arricades must 3e 42 inches high; s2uare E #e1e#. Leep 4 feet 3ac+ from the edge of exca1ations; ho#es; p#atforms E roofs un#ess a protecti1e 3arricade is used. "rect a 3arricade 3efore the ho#e is cut E extend it as the exca1ation progress An$ 3arrier remo1ed to carr$out *or+ must 3e rep#aced 3efore #ea1ing the area. .eturn 3arricades to the 3arricade storage rac+ *hen the$ are no #onger needed. :umerous exca1ations in one area ma$ 3e 3arricaded efficient#$ 3$ erecting a 3arricade around the genera# area. 7#in+ing #ights must 3e used on road 3#oc+s after dar+. 6ea1e an entrance; opening or gate *here practica#. 5arning signs must 3e c#ear#$ disp#a$ed. 5hi#e operating hea1$ e2uipments; maintain one to one ru#e if in c#ose proximit$ to a trench or other exca1ation i.e. for an & feet >2.5m? depth sta$ at #east & feet >2.5m? a*a$ from *a## of exca1ation.

,;. L+1&+%" !%( R+""+%" O6#'!&+ % A## operators must ha1e a 1a#id operator #icense in #ifting operations. 6ifting e2uipment must 3e operated *ith its capacit$. "nsure that it does not exceed the safe *or+ing #oad >S56? of the e2uipment. A## #ifting e2uipments shou#d ha1e a 1a#id 3rd part$ inspection certificate and co#or coded. Personne# are prohi3ited from riding on the #ifting 3#oc+; #oad or headache 3a## of an$ hoisting de1ice. :e1er tie +nots in s#ings or shorten 3$ *rapping them around crane hoo+s or 3$ using a nut or 3o#t. :e1er use rust$ *ire ropes; or fi3re ropes; *hich ha1e 3een in contact *ith acids or a#+a#is. A## the #ifting operations must 3e stopped during hea1$ *ind condition .ings and shac+#es must ride free#$ on the crane hoo+. :e1er #ift *ith the point of the hoo+. :e1er puts sharp ends in *ire ropes. A#*a$s protect s#ings from sharp corners 3$ padding. 6ifting hoo+s sha## ha1e a safet$ #atch attached and 3e in good *or+ing order Chec+ that a## parts of the #oad are safe#$ s#ung. Leep hands a*a$ 3efore #ifting and stand c#ear *hi#e the #oad is 3eing #o*ered. :e1er stand under suspended #oad. )n#$ authori=ed riggers shou#d gi1e signa#s. <se on#$ the correct signa#s and ma+e sure that operator understand c#ear#$. /o not trap s#ings under #oads. <se /unn age to gi1e c#earance for s#ing remo1a#. 9round conditions must 3e chec+ed for suita3i#it$ prior to trac+ing a mo3i#e crane. )utriggers >*here fitted? must 3e fu##$ extended on stationar$ #ifts. 6ifting tac+#es must 3e free#$ a1ai#a3#e for regu#ar inspection.

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!oist

6o*er

.aise 7oom 7oom

6o*er 7oom

"xtend 7oom

.etract

S*ing

Stop "1er$thing

Mo1e S#o*#$

(ra1e#

<se Main !oist

<se 5hip #ine >Auxi#iar$ !oist?

Stop

.aise the 7oom E raise the #oad

.aise the 7oom E #o*er the #oad

"mergenc$ Stop

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5or+ing *ith e#ectricit$ is extreme#$ dangerous and need to ma+e sure that a## necessar$ safet$ precautions ta+en in the e#ectrica# ha=ardous area. (he four main t$pes of in4uries are "#ectrocution >fata#?; "#ectric shoc+; 7urns; and 0a##s. S!1#&4 6'#*!)&+ %- 1 ' A '<+%" A+&0 ' %#!' #3#*&'+*+&4

Inspect too#s; po*er cords; and e#ectrica# fittings for damage or *ear prior to each use. A#so ensure it is inspected and co#or coded periodica##$. A#*a$s tape cords to *a##s or f#oors *hen necessar$. :ai#s and stap#es can damage cords causing fire and shoc+ ha=ards. <se cords or e2uipment that is rated for the #e1e# of amperage or *attage that $ou are using. A#*a$s use the correct si=e fuse. .ep#acing a fuse *ith one of a #arger si=e can cause excessi1e currents in the *iring and possi3#$ start a fire. 7e a*are that unusua##$ *arm or hot out#ets ma$ 3e a sign that unsafe *iring conditions exist. <np#ug an$ cords to these out#ets and do not use unti# a 2ua#ified e#ectrician has chec+ed the *iring.

A#*a$s use #adders made of *ood or other non8conducti1e materia#s *hen *or+ing *ith or near e#ectricit$ or po*er #ines. /o not use out#ets or cords that ha1e exposed *iring. /o not use po*er too#s *ith the guards remo1ed. /o not 3#oc+ access to circuit 3rea+ers or fuse 3oxes. P#ace ha#ogen #ights a*a$ from com3usti3#e materia#s such as c#oths or curtains. !a#ogen #amps can 3ecome 1er$ hot and ma$ 3e a fire ha=ard. .is+ of e#ectric shoc+ is greater in areas that are *et or damp. Insta## G' )%( F!)3& C+'*)+& I%&#'')6&#'- >90CIs? as the$ *i## interrupt the e#ectrica# circuit 3efore a current sufficient to cause death or serious in4ur$ occurs.

Ma+e sure that exposed receptac#e 3oxes are made of non8conducti1e materia#s. Lno* *here the 3rea+ers and 3oxes are #ocated in case of an emergenc$. 6a3e# a## circuit 3rea+ers and fuse 3oxes c#ear#$. "ach s*itch shou#d 3e positi1e#$ identified as to *hich out#et or app#iance it is for. /o not touch a person or e#ectrica# apparatus in the e1ent of an e#ectrica# accident. A#*a$s disconnect the current first.

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.epairs of machiner$ must 3e made on#$ 3$ authori=ed maintenance personne# or emp#o$ees 3$ management. Maintenance of an$ e2uipment; *here an unexpected energi=ation or re#ease of stored energ$ cou#d cause in4ur$ to emp#o$ees; must 3e done according to the 6oc+outA(agout procedure.

:e1er ignore or remo1e #oc+s and tags; except as out#ined in the 6oc+ )utA(ag )ut procedure.

Safet$ de1ices ma$ 3e remo1ed on#$ 3$ authori=ed maintenance personne# or emp#o$ees authori=ed 3$ management. (he de1ices must 3e rep#aced as soon as the *or+ is comp#eted; 3efore the e2uipment is put 3ac+ into operation. /o not use such items as extension cords and *e#ding #eads un#ess the$ are proper#$ insu#ated and grounded. :e1er use defecti1e e#ectrica# e2uipment; *orn or fra$ed extension cords.

.eport defecti1e e2uipment to the super1isor or immediate#$. /,. T

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A## too#s and e2uipment sha## 3e maintained in a safe *or+ing condition. /amaged too#s or e2uipment must 3e remo1ed from ser1ice and tagged Jdefecti1eG or F)ut of ser1iceG. )n#$ appropriate too#s sha## 3e used for a specific 4o3. Porta3#e e#ectric too#s sha## not 3e #ifted or #oaded 3$ means of the po*er ca3#e. (he right too# sha## 3e used for the right 4o3. Su3stituting the *rong too# is unaccepta3#e. Po*er too#s sha## 3e inspected periodica##$ and co#or coded. (he user sha## a#*a$s inspect 1isua##$ 3efore use. (oo#s sha## 3e proper#$ stored *hen not in use.

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)peration of hea1$ e2uipment such as exca1ators; #oaders; graders; ro##ers; and 3u##do=ers shou#d a#*a$s 3e done 3$ authori=ed and high#$ s+i##ed operators *ho is ha1ing 1a#id operator #icense. 9round83ased *or+ers shou#d 3e trained in ho* to *or+ safe#$ around the e2uipment. <nsafe practices 3$ either the operator or those around the e2uipment can create 1er$ dangerous situations. Serious in4uries can occur if the e2uipment stri+es a *or+er; or if the e2uipment is ro##ed o1er. A standardi=ed set of hand signa#s shou#d 3e used 3$ the operator and signa# person. )perators shou#d a#*a$s +no* exact#$ *here a## ground 3ased *or+ers are #ocated; and the *earing of high 1isi3i#it$ 1ests *i## he#p the operator to #ocate them 2uic+#$. )perator shou#d scan the area around the e2uipment 3efore getting in to the operator ca3in. Maintain a Safe )perating Speed. (he e2uipment shou#d ha1e a 3ac+ up *arning a#arm and 3eacons that can 3e heard 3$ a## near3$ *or+ers.

!ea1$ e2uipment must ha1e a ro##o1er protecti1e structure >.)PS? to protect the operator if the machine tips o1er. Seat 3e#t must 3e *orn so that the operator *i## not 3e thro*n out of the seat during a ro##o1er or upset situation. If *or+ing on s#opes; tr$ to a1oid mo1ing across the face of the s#ope. (r$ to operate up and do*n the s#ope face if possi3#e. <se extreme caution *hen operating near open exca1ations. :oise #e1e#s around the e2uipment cou#d potentia##$ cause hearing #oss. A#*a$s use protecti1e p#ugs or muffs *hen *or+ing on or around the e2uipment. :e1er 4ump onto or off the e2uipment. )perators shou#d a#*a$s use the three8point contact ru#e *hen c#im3ing onto or off hea1$ e2uipment. Periodic safet$ inspections on a## components of the e2uipment shou#d 3e done regu#ar#$ 3$ 2ua#ified personne#. Inspect and ser1ice the e2uipment regu#ar#$. Comp#ete e2uipment ser1ice in accordance *ith the manufacturerDs recommendation. A pre8shift *a#+ around inspection 3$ the operator is high#$ recommended. /o not attempt repairs or maintenance that $ou do not understand. ,ehic#e accidents must 3e reported prompt#$. :o riders are permitted on for+#ifts E other hea1$ e2uipments. )perator must fo##o* a## safe #ifting; dri1ing; refue#ing and operating procedures at a## times. Crane E for+#ift must not 3e #oaded in excess of their capacit$ E safe *or+ing #oads to 3e *ritten or painted in 3o#d #etters on e2uipment. 9i1e the right *a$ to pedestrian. A## hea1$ e2uipments must 3e pro1ided *ith third part$ certificate E S56 chart for #ifting e2uipments. (rip#e chec+ that a## indi1idua#s and co8*or+ers are c#ear out of the area 3efore dumping a #oad of materia#s or other machiner$ off of a piece of hea1$ e2uipment.

/2. M!*0+%# ")!'(+%"


Mo1ing machine parts ha1e the potentia# to cause se1ere *or+p#ace in4uries; such as crushed fingers or hands; amputations; 3urns; or 3#indness. Safeguards are essentia# for protecting *or+ers from these pre1enta3#e in4uries. An$ machine part; function; or process that ma$ cause in4ur$ must 3e safeguarded. "mp#o$ees must report an$ deficiencies or ha=ards to their super1isor or Safet$ .epresentati1e *hen the$ are detected. If the e2uipment is unsafe to operate; do not operate the e2uipment unti# it has 3een rep#aced or repaired.

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K K K /o not c#im3; sit; stand; *a#+ or touch the con1e$or at an$ time /o not perform maintenance on Con1e$or unti# "#ectrica#; Air; !$drau#ic and 9ra1it$ energ$ sources ha1e 3een #oc+ed out or 3#oc+ed )perate e2uipment on#$ *ith a## appro1ed co1ers and guards in p#ace

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K K K K K K K K K K

/o not #oad a stopped con1e$or or o1er#oad a running con1e$or "nsure that a## personne# are c#ear of e2uipment 3efore starting /o not modif$ or misuse con1e$or contro#. Leep c#othing; 7od$ parts and !air a*a$ from con1e$ors .emo1e trash; paper*or+ and other de3ris on#$ *hen the po*er is #oc+ed out and tagged out. "nsure that a## contro#s and pu## cords are 1isi3#e and accessi3#e Lno* the #ocation and function of a## stop and start contro#s 5here there is a danger of fa##ing; persons shou#d *ear safet$ 3e#ts and #ines. )n#$ authori=ed personne# sha## operate or maintain materia# hand#ing e2uipment /onDt perform *or+ that *i## expose $ou to a pinch point; #i+e c#earing ca+ed materia# from a ro##er; *hi#e a 3e#t is in operation. :e1er cross a mo1ing 3e#t. A#*a$s cross at a 3ridge or designated crossing point.

/8. C .6'#--#( G!- *43+%(#'S& '!"# C$#inders shou#d not 3e stored under direct sun#ight E near hot *or+ areas C$#inder to 3e stored safe; secure E in 1ertica# upright position 0u## E "mpt$ c$#inders to 3e mar+ed and stored separate#$ Store c$#inders in *e## 1enti#ated areas and *ith protecti1e caps )x$gen c$#inders shou#d 3e stored 5 meters a*a$ from other c$#inders 0ire extinguishers to 3e +ept near c$#inder storage areas

H!%(3+%" !%( &'!%-6 '&!&+ % C$#inders shou#d not 3e ro##ed hori=onta##$; it shou#d ro##ed at its 3ase C$#inders shou#d 3e secured in 1ertica# upright position *hi#e transportation C$#inders to 3e fitted *ith 1a#1e caps or hood <se c$#inder tro##e$ for carr$ing c$#inders /o not stri+e an arc on c$#inders /o not #ift *ith s#ings or 3$ protecti1e cap. 6ift to upper #e1e#s *ith appro1ed cages on#$.

/:. C .6'#--#( A+' (A '<+%" A+&0 0+"0 6'#--)'#)


Air hoses sha## not 3e disconnected at compressors unti# the hose #ine has 3een 3#ed and is free of an$ air pressure. Chec+ hoses E coup#ings dai#$ 3efore use. <se on#$ hoses specia##$ manufactured for compressed air Compressed air for c#eaning parts of machiner$ must not exceed 3-psi. /o not remo1e reducing no==#es. Leep hoses off the ground or f#oor *here1er the$ pass through *a#+*a$s; roads etc. if possi3#e use hose ramps.

Compressed air sha## not 3e used to 3#o* dirt or dust from c#oth or the 3od$

/;. R!(+ "'!604 S!1#&4


A## *or+ carried out using radioacti1e e2uipment must 3e super1ised 3$ an authori=ed person. (raining gi1en to authori=ed persons contains a## necessar$ ru#es and regu#ations and shou#d 3e fu##$ understood and adhered at a## times. .adioacti1e materia# must 3e stored E transported in appro1ed #ea+ proof container. A## the personne# *or+ing in radiograph$ area must *ear persona# radiation monitor; protection suit; fi#m 3adge E dosimeter.

.adiograph$ area to 3e 3arricaded and on#$ authori=ed personne# must 3e a##o*ed to *or+.
.adiograph$ *or+ to 3e p#anned during da$ time on#$ E on off da$s or during off *or+ time. .adiation dose outside 3arricaded area must not exceed -.25mremsAhour.

/=. I"%+&+ % - )'*#An ignition source; such as static e#ectricit$ or se#f8ignition; can cause a fire andAor an exp#osion. :o source of ignition sha## 3e app#ied to an$ enc#osed tan+ or 1esse#; e1en if there are some openings; it sha## 3e determined that no possi3i#it$ of exp#osion exists 3efore starting the 4o3. A Permit to 5or+ >P(5? for the *or+ is to 3e o3tained from $our Super1isor. Persons using *e#ding e2uipment must a#*a$s 3e concerned *ith the potentia# for starting fires from the spar+s or f#ash. :e1er *e#d around com3usti3#e or f#amma3#e materia# and; if necessar$ ha1e someone standing 3$ *ith a fire extinguisher during *e#ding operations.

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0ire ha=ard inc#udes 3urns; propert$ damage and fata#it$. A fire must ha1e three things to ignite and maintain com3ustionC F)#3, H#!&, O@4"#%. (he F0ire (riang#eG identifies these three components of an$ fireC 0ue# paper; *ood; f#amma3#e gas; energi=ed e#ectrica# e2uipment; etc... "nerg$ >heat?; sufficient to support com3ustion. )ften referred to as the ignition source. )xidi=er >air?

P'#C#%&+ % +- ?!-#( % #3+.+%!&+%" ' .+%+.+B+%" %# 1 &0# * .6 %#%&- 1 &0# HF+'# T'+!%"3#I. C!)-#- 1 1+'# !ot *or+; *e#ding cutting Poor house+eeping Spontaneous ignition Chemica# spi## E gas #ea+age

P'#*!)&+ %-

Safe *or+ practices A1oid #ea+ages E spi##age .estrict the fire at initia# stage Lno* the #ocation of fire extinguishers Lno* the emergenc$ exits Periodic fire dri##s conducted

F+'# #@&+%")+-0#' -#3#*&+ % 5ater t$pe H used on so#id fire; paper; c#oth etc. Cannot 3e used on e#ectrica# fire 0oam t$pe H used for f#amma3#e #i2uids; oi#; petro# etc. Cannot 3e used on e#ectrica# fire /CP >/r$ Chemica# Po*der? H good for a## fires Co2 >car3on /ioxide? H good for most fires inc#uding e#ectrica# :ot effecti1e in open spaces F+'# #@&+%")+-0#' 6#'!&+ % P A S S Pu## the pin Aim at the 3ase of fire S2uee=e the hand#e S*eep side to side at the 3ase of the fire

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Leep *e#ding #eads and 3urning hoses out of corridors and ais#es. Inspect a## #eads; grounds; c#amps; *e#ding machines; hoses; gauges; torches and c$#inders 3efore use. A## *or+ must ha1e a separate and ade2uate ground connection. 7e sure a## fittings; coup#ings and connections are tight. A1oid 3reathing fumes. <se #oca# exhaust or a respirator. :o *e#ding or 3urning must 3e done on a c#osed 1esse# or tan+. "ach *e#der is responsi3#e for containing spar+s and s#ags andAor remo1ing com3usti3#es to pre1ent fire. !oses and *e#ding #eads shou#d not 3e run through door*a$s or *a## openings. If necessar$ protect them from damage. /o not #ea1e the rod in the e#ectrode ho#der *hen $ou #a$ it do*n. Put stu3s in a proper container8not on the f#oor. An appro1ed *e#ding he#met sha## 3e *orn. :ot #ess than nine >'? fi#ter p#ate; *ith a c#ear safet$ p#ate on 3oth sides. :e1er do e#ectric *e#ding from a meta# #adder.

/o not exceed 15psi on the torch side of the gauge *hen using acet$#ene.

5hen #ighting a torch; open fue# gas 1a#1e on the torch 3efore opening the ox$gen 1a#1e. <se an appro1ed spar+ #ighterI do not use matches to #ight a torch. Appro1ed cutting gogg#es must 3e *orn. <se at #east :o.3 fi#ter. Leep oi# and grease a*a$ from ox$gen regu#ators; hoses E fittings. 0#ash 3ac+ arrestors sha## 3e fitted to a1oid re1erse f#o* of f#ame in gas cutting torch Prior to rep#acing a 3#o*pipe; regu#ator or pressure gauge; the gas c$#inders must 3e iso#ated.

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(oxic chemica#s in the form of so#ids #i2uids; gases; mists; dust; fumes and 1apors ma$ cause pro3#ems 3$ inha#ation >3reathing? 3$ a3sorption >through direct contact *ith the s+in?; or 3$ ingestion >eating or drin+ing?. (he fo##o*ing ru#es app#$ for safe hand#ing chemica#sC A## chemica# must 3e proper#$ #a3e#ed and stored

A#*a$s read and fo##o* the instruction on the Materia# Safet$ /ata Sheets >MS/S? and #a3e#s of a## chemica#s that $ou *or+ *ith. MS/S must 3e present for an$ chemica# stored or used *ithin compan$ faci#ities. It shou#d 3e +ept in a *e## mar+ed #ocation E it must 3e accessi3#e to emp#o$ees at a## times. "ach emp#o$ee must re1ie* the MS/S for a particu#ar chemica# 3efore *or+ing *ith that chemica#. If re2uired 3$ the MS/S; emp#o$ees must *ear proper e$e; face; hand and 3od$ protection. A#*a$s re1ie* emergenc$ first aid procedures 3efore use. An emp#o$ee exposed to acids; caustic soda; h$drogen su#fide or other chemica#s; gas or 1apor shou#d report the incident to the super1isor immediate#$ after the emergenc$ procedures #isted in the MS/S sheet ha1e 3een fo##o*ed. 0urther treatment of chemica# in4uries and i##nesses shou#d 3e #eft to a ph$sician. /o not eat; drin+; smo+e or che* in areas *here chemica#s are present. 5ash hands or other areas of exposed s+in after using chemica#s. :e1er siphon #i2uid chemica#s 3$ mouth suction from tan+s or containers. A#*a$s use a pump. 5hen acid or other toxic su3stances are 3eing pumped at high pressures; a## personne# sha## remain at a safe distance from the in4ection #ines and pump; to a1oid 3eing spra$ed *ith the contents in the e1ent of e2uipment fai#ure. Chemica# containers shou#d ne1er 3e stored in direct sun#ight as dangerous gas pressure can 3ui#d up rupturing the container "mp#o$ees in1o#1ed in operations that re2uire the hand#ing of chemica#s must +no* the #ocation and operation of e$e sho*ers and e$e *ash stations. 0#ush e$e*ash stations and sho*ers 3efore hand#ing chemica#s to ensure proper operation and c#ean *ater in an emergenc$. "mpt$ containers sha## 3e disposed of in a safe and en1ironmenta##$ friend#$ manner Around an$ area *here #arge 2uantities andAor fre2uent usage of toxic chemica#s occur; post *arning signs identif$ing the chemica#s and their use.

"mp#o$ees; *hen hand#ing chemica#s the$ are unsure a3out or unfami#iar *ith sha## see+ the ad1ice of their super1isor and A or Safet$ )fficer

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!$drogen su#phide >!2S? is dead#$ especia##$ *hen $ou donBt understand and respect its danger. !2S is a natura##$ occurring gas 3$ the decomposition of p#ant and anima# materia#s. P' 6#'&+#- !%( C0!'!*&#'+-&+* (oxic gas :ot 1isi3#e .otten egg sme## !ea1ier than air So#u3#e in *ater !igh#$ f#amma3#e 5hen 3urn emits S)2

E11#*&- 1 E@6 -)'# 3+.+&- >ppm H Parts per mi##ion? <p to 1--ppm $ou *i## experience rotten8egg sme##; 3urning e$es and respirator$ tract irritation If 1--ppm pro#onged $ou #oss $our sense of sme##; headache; di==iness and coughing

1-- to 3--ppm causes dro*siness; se1ere e$e and throat irritation; respirator$ difficu#t$ due to f#uid in #ungs 3-- H --ppm *i## cause #oss of reasoning and 3a#ance and e1entua# unconsciousness "xposure a3o1e --ppm *i## cause immediate death. Permissi3#e "xposure 6imit >P"6? is 1-ppm 8 "mp#o$ee can *or+ under this exposure & hours for 5 da$s a *ee+. Short (erm "xposure 6imit >S("6? is 15ppm H "xposure not more than 15minutes !2S can 3e detected using air monitoring s$stems #i+e Mu#ti gas detectors and persona# monitors. Mechanica# 1enti#ation using fans and 3#o*ers and gas test to 3e done 3efore entering in to confined space. If $ou suspect !2S e1acuate the area immediate#$. P' &#*&+ % 1' . H,S 5hen $ou are in the area *here !2S is the potentia# ha=ard $ou must *ear appro1ed persona# protecti1e and respirator$ protecti1e e2uipment. (*o common t$pes of PP" are Se#f contained 3reathing apparatus >SC7A? Supp#ied air 3reathing apparatus. Lno* ho* to use air monitoring de1ices "nsure that enough fans and 3#o*ers are 3eing used 7e *ind conscious In case of !2S emergenc$ ho#d $our 3reath Put on $our 3reathing apparatus Proceed to $our assem3#$ area T !C +( #@6 -)'# & H,S

/onBt attempt to rescue an$one a#one. A#*a$s proceed in pairs Protect $ourse#f first. /onBt 3ecome another 1ictim

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Is not primari#$ designed or intended for human occupanc$ !as a restricted entrance or exit 3$ *a$ of #ocation; si=e or means Can represent a ris+ for the hea#th and safet$ of an$one *ho enters; due to one or more of the fo##o*ing factorsC o its design; construction; #ocation or atmosphere o the materia#s or su3stances in it o *or+ acti1ities 3eing carried out in it; or the o mechanica#; process and safet$ ha=ards present Confined spaces can 3e 3e#o* or a3o1e ground. Confined spaces can 3e found in a#most an$ *or+p#ace. "xamp#es of confined spaces inc#ude si#os; 1ats; hoppers; uti#it$ 1au#ts; tan+s; se*ers; pipes; access shafts; truc+ or rai# tan+ cars; aircraft *ings. /itches and trenches ma$ a#so 3e a confined space *hen access or egress is #imited. H!B!'(- +% C %1+%#( S6!*# Poor air 2ua#it$ #i+e ox$gen deficient or enriched atmosphere and toxic gas Chemica# exposures due to s+in contact or ingestion as *e## as inha#ation of D3adD air. 0#amma3#e atmosphere Process8re#ated ha=ards such as residua# chemica#s; re#ease of contents of a supp#$ #ine. Safet$ ha=ards such as mo1ing parts of e2uipment; structura# ha=ards; entang#ement; s#ips; and fa##s. (emperature extremes inc#uding atmospheric and surface. Shifting or co##apse of 3u#+ materia#. 7arrier fai#ure resu#ting in a f#ood or re#ease of free8f#o*ing so#id. <ncontro##ed energ$ inc#uding e#ectrica# shoc+. .adiation; :oise; ,isi3i#it$ and 7io#ogica# ha=ards.

P --+?3# * %&' 3 .#!-)'#- 1 ' A '< +% * %1+%#( -6!*# Identification of the authori=ed and competent person .is+ assessment Iso#ation procedures Atmospheric testing and the need for air purging Porta3#e e#ectrica# e2uipment; 6ighting and 1enti#ation Access and egress .e2uirement for a stand83$ person and identification "mergenc$ e2uipment; rescue procedures and first aid faci#ities Signs and 3arriers to pre1ent unauthori=ed access "ducation and training of a## persons *or+ing in or in1o#1ed *ith confined space entr$

)ther ha=ardous conditions app#$ >hot *or+; *or+ing at heights or exca1ation? Potentia# for ha=ardous conditions to resu#t from the *or+ acti1ities.

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"n1ironmenta# Management during the construction *i## 3e managed in accordance *ith the fo##o*ing "n1ironmenta# Management P#ans. "n1ironmenta# Management and Monitoring >"MM? Po##ution Pre1ention 5aste Management (raffic Management )i# Spi## .esponse

E%C+' %.#%&!3 M!%!"#.#%& !%( M %+& '+%" (EMM) /o not distur3 the #oca# communities or the en1ironment. Comp#$ *ith a## pro4ect en1ironmenta# po#icies and princip#es. If an unauthori=ed person o3ser1ed in pro4ect area inform Site manager immediate#$ 7e carefu# a3out dangerous anima#s that ma$ 3e present in the pro4ect area; especia##$ at night. (he hunting of anima#s 3$ Pro4ect Personne# or their Contractors is strict#$ prohi3ited.

P 33)&+ % P'#C#%&+ % A1oid the unnecessar$ usage of e2uipment; 1ehic#es and machines. "nsure $our e2uipment is maintained E c#ean /o not cause concrete spi##s onto the roads E ground. (a+e excess concrete 3ac+ to the 3atching P#ant or use for an appro1ed purpose e#se*here. C#ear spi##ed concrete immediate#$ /o not #ight a fire. Leep spi## response +it read$

W!-&# M!%!"#.#%& Segregate a## *astes >c#inica# *astes; paper and cards; p#astics; meta#s; etc.? and +eep them in the containers; *hich are c#ear#$ identified. T'!11+* M!%!"#.#%& 7e carefu# *hi#e using 1ehic#es during hours that chi#dren are tra1e##ing to E from schoo#s. /o not exceed the speed #imit of 3- +mAhr or to*ing 2- +mAhr "mergenc$ Ser1ice Par+ing Area and access roads *i## not 3e occupied 3$ other 1ehic#es. /o not par+ on foot*a$s or footpaths *ith construction 1ehic#es on pu3#ic high*a$s in the 1icinit$ of the *or+ing *idth. Comp#$ *ith the traffic signs used for the access roads. Pa$ attention and report damaged or missing traffic signs.

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