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INDICE

1. PURPOSE OF THE PLAN ................................................................................................... 2


2. DESCRIPTION OF THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGMENT
SYSTEM OF THE COMPANY ................................................................................................... 3
2.4. SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY .............................................................................. 4
3. RESPONSABILITIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION AND EXECUTION OF THE
PLAN ............................................................................................................................................ 5
3.5. HEAD OF PREVENTION............................................................................................ 5
3.14. CONTRATIST .......................................................................................................... 8
4. PLAN ELEMENTS............................................................................................................. 14
4.1. IDENTIFICATION OF LEGAL AND CONTRACTUAL REQUIREMENTS
RELATED TO OHS ............................................................................................................... 14
4.2. RISKS ANALYSIS: HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESMENT AND
PREVENTIVE ACTIONS ...................................................................................................... 15
4.3. PLANS FOR THE INSTALATION OF COLLECTIVE PROTECTION FOR THE
ENTIRE PROJECT ................................................................................................................. 19
4.4. WORKING PROCEDURES FOR HIGH-RISK ACTIVITIES.................................. 19
4.5. TRAINING AND SENSITIZATION AT WORK – TRAINING PROGRAM .......... 28
4.6. NONCONFORMITIES MANGEMENT – INSPECTIONS AND AUDITS
PROGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 29
For the control of Non-Conformities that may arise during the execution of the work, a
"Procedure for the Control of Non-Conformities" will be established in which the
responsibilities for its investigation are defined, indicating the actions that will be taken to
control the impact produced. A program of inspections and audits is presented as an annex to
this plan ................................................................................................................................... 29
4.7. OBJECTIVES AND GOALS FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OCCUPATIONAL
SAFETY AND HEALTH ....................................................................................................... 30
4.8. EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN............................................................................ 31
5. SUPERVISION AND CONTROL MECHANISMS .......................................................... 31

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1. PURPOSE OF THE PLAN

The purpose of this Occupational, Health and Safety plan (OHS) is to describe the technical and
administrative mechanisms that will be applied in the execution of the Project in order to ensure
the physical integrity and health of workers and third parties. So it will define the objectives of
the plan:

 To satisfy the recommendations of the inspection institutions in accordance of Law N


29783 Occupational Health and Safety at work, Supreme Decret 005-2012-TR and
their respective amendments 30222 Act and Supreme Decret 006-2014-TR and the
National Building Regulation – Technical Standard G.050 – Safety During
Construction.
 Define the requirements of Occupational Health and Safety for the workers of the
company and all the contractors who perform work in and for the Project.

For these reasons, it has been developed for the Project “Centro Empresarial Pretoria” located
between Angamos Av. and Comandante Espinar Av. In Miraflores.

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2. DESCRIPTION OF THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
MANAGMENT SYSTEM OF THE COMPANY

2.1. DOCUMENTS THAT GOVERN THE SGSST

For the preparation of the occupational safety and health management plan, Peruvian
law provides 6 documents necessary for its implementation, which are established in the
regulations.

1. The policy and objectives on occupational safety and health


2. Internal Regulation of Safety and Health at Work
3. The identification of hazards, risk assessment and their control measures
4. The risk map
5. La planificación de la actividad preventiva
6. The annual occupational safety and health program

2.2. DOCUMENTS SOURCE FOR PLAN PREPARATION

As source documents for the preparation of the plan, the company has information
on an integral management system in which the field of occupational safety and
health is immersed in the management of SSOMA.

1. The policy on health and safety at work


2. HIRA-DC Risk Assessment
3. Safety, occupational health and environment plan

2.3. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF THE WORK TEAM

CYJ CONSTRUCTORES has a central office located at street Aricota 106 Floor 10
Urb. Tambos de Monterrico - Santiago de Surco - Lima. In this location all the
procedures for the different works that are being executed are carried out. In this sense,
it is here where the planning, execution and control of the different safety plans of the
works are organized.

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2.4. SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY

CYJ CONSTRUCTORES, has a policy of Health and Safety at Work, having the necessary
measures to provide support to its customers, safe and healthy work environments for the
effective development of their daily activities, with the aim of protecting life, physical integrity
and encourage sanitary measures that guarantee the health of each of its workers, staff, our
suppliers and others who are inside the company; compliance with current legal laws regarding
Occupational Health and Safety at acceptable levels that guarantee our business objectives.

It is for this reason that the General Management has outlined the following occupational health
and safety policies:

 Protect the life, health and physical integrity of our workers and personnel who perform
work in our facilities; through the implementation and practice of safety and health
measures that allow, prevent and minimize incidents, accidents at work and
occupational diseases.
 Encourage among our collaborators the development of a preventive culture based on
training, communication and their participation in the development of initiatives aimed
at improving our facilities to ensure safety and health.

Periodically review the Occupational Health and Safety Policy to verify its continued suitability,
propose the pertinent improvements to the new situations that arise and ensure their validity for
the organization.

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3. RESPONSABILITIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION AND EXECUTION OF THE
PLAN

3.1. GENERAL MANAGER.


The general manager is the legal person in charge of the company and in that sense has
to watch over the fulfillment of all the legal requirements that affect the business and
operations of it. The duration of the position is indefinite and may be removed at any
time by the Board of Directors.

3.2. PROJECT MANAGER


The Project Manager stands out as the key figure in the planning, execution and control
of the project and is the engine that has achieved the progress of the same by making
decisions aimed at achieving the objectives.

3.3. RESIDENT OF WORK


In general terms, the Resident Engineer is a combination between a Construction
Manager, an Inspector Engineer, a safety manager and a construction master (or
construction manager), among other occupations. Therefore, in addition to an average
experience, it is necessary to possess a series of personal qualities that allow you to
cope with the various aspects of a work, such as having the ability to differentiate
which are the tasks or activities that have priority within a work, have a "general
vision" of the potential problems in any work, etcetera.

3.4. WORK SUPERVISOR


The Supervisor of work is a professional figure, chosen by the owner of the work, to
represent it in the monitoring and control of the work commissioned to a builder or
construction company.

3.5. HEAD OF PREVENTION


Advise, technically to the organization in matters of prevention of risks of the exercise
of both operational and professional tasks, in addition to designing, executing and
disseminate permanent training actions in the company.

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3.6. PREVENTION OF WORK
He is responsible for regularly informing and instructing staff in the different aspects
of the Security and health.

3.7. PRODUCTION ENGINEER


The Production engineer is a multidisciplinary Integral professional. All industrial
production depends on calculation, physics and statistical control among other
branches of engineering.

3.8. ADMINISTRATOR OF LABOR


The main function of the administrator of labor is to perform economic control of the
work or group of works to which it is assigned, monthly analytical closures:
preparation of closures for the economic results of work in the month, in the year and
origin.

3.9. STOCKKEEPER
Person who is in charge of organizing a warehouse (local).

3.10. LOGISTIC STAFF


The Project Manager stands out as the key figure in the planning, execution and control
of the project and is the engine that has achieved the progress of the same by making
decisions aimed at achieving the objectives.

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3.11. FOREMAN
Master of works is the historical name of a trade in construction, which was gradually
differentiated from that of architect, of which it was indistinguishable until the Modern
Age.

3.12. OVERSEER
Person who has the job of directing and monitoring a group of workers

3.13. WORKER
Unskilled worker who has the lowest professional category, especially the one who
works in the construction sector or in the field.

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3.14. CONTRATIST
The individual or legal entity that contractually assumes with the promoter, with their
own and others' own human and material means, the commitment to execute all or part
of the works subject to the project and the contract.

3.15. OHS COMMITTEE


It is mandatory for employers with 20 or more workers in charge. The OHS Committee
is to promote health and safety at work, advice and monitor compliance with the OHS
Internal Regulation and the national regulations, labor welfare encourage and support
the development of the employer.

 The General Manager will order the Head of the Projects Area to strictly comply with
the Health and Safety Program.
 The Resident Engineer, in coordination with the Chief of Prevention, will disseminate
the Health and Safety Program, applied to the project.
 The Head of Warehouse and Logistics will implement a system of acquisition, entry,
and exit, conservation of equipment and safety implements and individual protection
garments that guarantee the quality, suitability and timely stock of them, counting for
this purpose with the advice of the Prevencionista of the work.
 The Resident Engineer, with the advice of the Chief of Prevention, will be responsible
for signaling and placing barriers if necessary, in the critical areas of work and / or
places where there are possible incident / incident risks.
 The operational command line is responsible for the dissemination of the Risk
Prevention standards, safety standards and directives to workers, who will be informed
of the risks to which they are exposed, for this purpose they should consult with the
Preventionist of the work.

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 The Superintendent of Logistics will design a system of maintenance and use of
machinery that guarantees its safe operation.

In the following table the activities were grouped according to the type of position which they
performed.

POSITION ACTIVITIES PERIODICITY


GENERAL The General Manager will order the Project Area Manager the strict
MANAGER compliance with the Health and Safety Program.

RESIDENT OF The Resident Engineer, in coordination with the Chief of Prevention, will
WORK disseminate the
Health and Safety Program, applied in the project.
Lead the theme of Safety in the work, being the final responsible.
Approve the PTS.
Facilitate and assign the necessary resources for compliance with the PSST in
general, and of the PTS in particular.
Verify that the contracts of the contractors incorporate the
general clauses that oblige them to comply with the security norms.
PROJECT Verify that in equipment lease contracts, if required,
MANAGER are incorporated the general clauses that oblige them to comply with the
safety rules.
Verify that the induction and training of personnel in the subject is complied
with
of security.

Supervise and evaluate the overall performance of the personnel of their staff.

Directly responsible for on-site safety.

Carry out, in conjunction with the Chief of Prevention and Prevention of the
Work, the risk analysis of the work area and its surroundings, identifying
the situations of risk.

Prepare the PTS jointly with the Chief of Prevention and the
WORK Prevencionista of the Work, as well as verify its compliance.
SUPERVISOR Improve, modify, or correct the PTS, according to the actual conditions of the
work.

Supervise the development of the program, through constant monitoring in


ground of the workers' performance.

Disseminate the goals and objectives in the subject of security and Health.

Prepare, update and monitor the PSST of the Project.


HEAD OF
Ensure approval of the PSST.
PREVENTION
Advise the dissemination of the dangers and risks existing in the project.

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Develop the Safety and Health Plan of the work and follow up.
Know the scope and characteristics of the work, as well as the
legal and contractual obligations of the company.
Attend the line of command in the fulfillment of the functions that are their
responsibility
in the implementation and execution of the Health and Safety Plan.
Prepare the training plans for the workers of the different
aspects of the program.
Monitor compliance with the different activities of the
program and will develop evaluation guidelines
Monitor compliance with the different activities of the
PREVENTION program and will develop evaluation guidelines
OF WORK
Analyze the observations and / or suggestions to the established PTS and issue
statement to the Resident Construction Engineer.

Regularly inform and instruct the staff in the different aspects of the
Security and health.
Is responsible for preparing the following documents or records:
d) Training program.
e) Incident / accident investigation report.
f) Monthly accident summary.
g) Program of internal audits on site.
h) Audit reports.
i) Minutes of the Safety and Health Committee of the work.

Promote health and safety at work, advice and monitor compliance


of the provisions of the Internal Regulations on Safety and Health at Work and
the national regulations, favoring labor welfare and supporting the
employer development.
Know the documents and reports related to the working conditions that
are necessary for the fulfillment of their functions, as well as
coming from the activity of the health and safety at work service.
Approve the Internal Health and Safety Regulations.
Approve the Annual Workplace Health and Safety Program.
OHS
COMMITTEE Know and approve the Annual Programming of the Safety and Health Service
in
the job.

Participate in the preparation, approval, implementation and evaluation of the


policies, plans and programs to promote safety and health in the
work, the prevention of accidents and occupational diseases.
Approve the annual training plan for workers on safety and
health at work.
Promote that all new workers receive adequate training,
instruction and guidance on risk prevention.

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Monitor compliance with legislation, internal regulations and
technical specifications of work related to safety and health in the workplace;
as well as, the Internal Regulation of Safety and Health in the
Job.
Ensure that workers know the regulations, instructions,
technical specifications of work, notices and other written or
graphics related to the prevention of risks in the workplace.

Promote commitment, collaboration and active participation of all


workers in the prevention of occupational hazards, through the
effective communication, the participation of workers in the solution of
security problems, induction, training, training,
contests, simulations, among others.
Perform periodic inspections in administrative areas, operational areas,
facilities, machinery and equipment, in order to strengthen preventive
management.

Consider the circumstances and investigate the causes of all incidents,


accidents and occupational diseases that occur in the place of
work, issuing the respective recommendations to avoid repetition of
these.
Verify the compliance and effectiveness of its recommendations to avoid
repetition of accidents and the occurrence of occupational diseases.

Make appropriate recommendations for the improvement of conditions and


the working environment, ensure that the measures are carried out
taken and examine their efficiency.

Analyze and issue reports on the statistics of incidents, accidents and


Occupational diseases that occurred in the workplace, whose registration and
evaluation must be constantly updated by the organic unit of the
occupational safety and health of the employer.
Collaborate with medical and first aid services.
Supervise occupational safety and health services and assistance and
advice to the employer and the worker.

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Report the following information to the highest authority of the employer:
a) The fatal accident or the dangerous incident, immediately.
b) The investigation of each fatal accident and corrective measures taken
within ten (10) days of the occurrence.
c) Quarterly statistics of accidents, incidents and diseases
occupational
d) The quarterly activities of the Health and Safety Committee in the
Job.
· Keep in the Book of Minutes the control of compliance with the agreements.
· Meet monthly on an ordinary basis to analyze and evaluate progress
of the objectives established in the annual program, and in an extraordinary
way to analyze accidents that are serious or when the circumstances
demand.

Fully comply with the PTS.


Disseminate among the workers, the PTS corresponding to the activities of
each one of them.
Instruct the workers in the correct way to carry out the different
FOREMAN tasks to develop in the execution of the work, minimizing the
risk of occurrence of an accident.
Verify compliance by the staff under their responsibility, of all the
instructions, warnings and procedure of the program.
Report, investigate and report all types of accidents and / or incidents.
Collaborate in the preparation, correction and / or modification of the PTS.

Develop the AST (Work Safety Analysis), before the start of each
activity and when variations arise in the initial conditions of the same
in order to inform workers about the dangers associated with work
who perform and have knowledge of preventive and control measures
adequate to avoid accidents that generate personal injuries, material
and environmental
Instruct your staff regarding the work procedures of
prevention of risks and verify compliance with them during the
development of the works.

OVERSEER
Promptly request to the work warehouse, the personal protection equipment
and collective protection systems required for the development of the works
that you have been assigned.

Instruct your staff on the correct use and conservation of equipment


personal protection and collective protection systems required for the
development of the assignments and timely request the replacement
of those who are deteriorated.

Permanently use the personal protective equipment required for the


development of the work and demand from its staff the correct and obligatory
use of
the same.

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Ensure order, cleanliness and preservation of the environment in your area
job.

If an incident or accident occurs on your work front, you should


report it immediately to the resident engineer and to the Prevent of work.
It will also provide detailed information about what happened during the
process of
incident / accident investigation.
Participate in training and inspection programs.
Verify that the tools, materials and protective equipment personnel, are in
good condition, before handing them over to the worker who I requested.
Know the correct storage of protective equipment
personnel and collective protection systems, in order to maintain good
been these attachments at the time of delivery to the worker.

Maintain a record of personal protective equipment delivered to the


STOCKKEEPER personnel of work in which they are indicated: Names, Surnames, ID of the
& LOSGISTIC worker, EPP delivered and signed as a sign of compliance. As well as
STAFF record the date on which the protective equipment is delivered
staff in order to estimate the average life time of each PPA for
bring a better control of the safety implements required on site.

Process the purchase requirements of equipment in a timely manner


personal protection and collective protection systems, and maintain a stock
minimum that ensures permanent supply and replacement
Immediate in case of deterioration, during the course of the work.
Report to the next higher level, any incident that occurs in your area of
work, or of any condition that implies a risk, in such a way that
WORKERS prevent an accident and / or incident.
Comply with all the PTS and work guidelines of the program.
Inform about the different activities to be developed according to the PSST.

TABLE 1. RELATIONSHIP OF CHARGES AND ACTIVITIES

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4. PLAN ELEMENTS

4.1. IDENTIFICATION OF LEGAL AND CONTRACTUAL


REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO OHS

The sources to identify, access and update the applicable legal requirements as well as
for obtaining the full texts of the legal references, these sources will come from the
local legislation (provincial and district Municipality), regional Legislation, and
National Legislation.

Compliance with legal regulations is considered within the Annual Occupational


Health and Safety Program, to monitor compliance.

The national norms of obligatory fulfillment and which were taken into account for the
development of this Occupational Health and Safety Plan and during the execution of
the work.

The legal requirements regarding Safety and Health at Work are:

 Law 29783 - Occupational Health and Safety Law with its regulation approved by
Supreme Decree No. 005-2012-TR.
 D.S. 012-2010-TR They dictate provisions relative to the obligation of employers
and medical care centers to report to the Ministry the work accidents, dangerous
incidents and occupational diseases.
 Law No. 26790 Law on the Modernization of Social Security in Health.
 D.S. 009-97-SA Regulation of the Law on the Modernization of Social Security in
Health.
 D.S.003-98-SA Technical Standards of the Complementary Risk Work Insurance.
 R.M. 090-97-TR / DM Create registry of employer entities that they develop high
risk activities.
 D.S. 015-2005-SA Regulation on permissible values for agents chemicals in the
work environment.
 D.S. 039-93-PCM Regulation of Cancer Prevention and Control Professional.
 Law No. 26842 General Health Law.
 Legislative Resolution No. 29008 approving ILO Convention No. 127 relative to
the maximum weight of the cargo that can be transported by a employee
 D.S. 029-2007-RE Ratify ILO Convention No. 127
 R.M. 037-2006-MEM National Electricity Code.
 Standard G.050 Safety during Construction.

Also for the development of the Health and Safety Plan will be taken as a reference the
requirements of the international standard OHSAS 18001 "Occupational Health and
Safety Management System".

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4.2. RISKS ANALYSIS: HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESMENT
AND PREVENTIVE ACTIONS

The process of identification, evaluation and control of risks is called risk management.
This process must be done once a year. Also it must follow these steps in order to carry
out the Risk Managment.

 Hazard Identification
 Risk Assesment ( Probability and efects)
 Determinate Control ( Eliminate, Substitution, Engineering Control,
Administrative Control, PPE)

 Hazard Identification

The responsible for the process, sub-process, activity or task that will be
analyzed must cordinate with the Health and Safety Area in the work the
designation of a working group in charge to do hazard identification and
evalution of risks. These assigned Working groups should to make a list of the
activities or taks of the process; identify the different hazards that can generate
accidents as well their location in the workplace.

 Risks Assesment

Base on the identifacation of the hazards, an assesment of the risk is established,


in order to know their magnitud and determinate their significance and the
priorities to aply the preventive controls. Also, it must determinate de
probabilitie and the level of the consequence.

 Probability: Once the situation of danger is presented, it must be


evaluate the probability of triggering the events, leading the
incident.
 Consequence: they are the expected result if the incident occurs

The Risk’s Matrix that will be used in this document will be the 3 x3 matrix

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 Determinate Control

Once determinate the causes, the controls must be determinated in order to


reduce the risk. In this document is necesary to know the hierarchy of controls

1. Elimination of the danger


2. Substitution
3. Engineering Controls
4. Administrative Controls
5. Personal Protective Equipment

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Matrix HI-RA-DC

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Matrix HI-RA-DC

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4.3. PLANS FOR THE INSTALATION OF COLLECTIVE PROTECTION
FOR THE ENTIRE PROJECT

It is necesary to apply the necessary Collective Protection measures for the elimination or
reduction of the risks.

The Risk Map is a graphic representation of the workplace where it is indicate wich are the
risks and control measures.

The risk Map will be anexed.

4.4. WORKING PROCEDURES FOR HIGH-RISK ACTIVITIES

The objective of this procedure is to make known the minimum guidelines so that high-risk jobs
executed

The works considered High Risk have been defined and classified as follows:

•Work at height.

• Lifting equipment

• Excavations and trenches.

1. Work at Height

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Written Permission for High Risk Work - Height (PETAR - Height)

• The Work / Resident Supervisor must ensure that all work at height has the PETAR -
Height.

• All work at height must have a permanent lookout.

• Bear in mind that PETAR - Altura is valid for each work shift (8 hours of work per
day), with a maximum of 2 work permits per day.

• PETAR must always be maintained - Height in the work area. Likewise, the records of
high-risk work, work certificates of the competent personnel for the activities that are
carried out and certificates of the machinery to be used (if applicable).

• Any work at height will be stopped, if the conditions under which the PETAR was
filled have changed. The work will be restarted when the security conditions have been
restored and a new PETAR - Height is available.

• Ensure that in work at height involving hot work, confined spaces or the need to apply
blockage and labeling, comply with what is indicated in the respective item of this
procedure.

• To fill the "Total Fall Distance Evaluation" section of the PETAR - Height, the
appropriate height of the anchor point should be verified so that there is enough free fall
space for the length of the anchor line.

• The contractor must prove the competencies of the persons designated to perform
work at heights.

Personal protection equipment

• All personnel performing work at height must be properly trained in the use of fall
protection.

• In addition to the use of basic PPE, the worker must use the following personal
protective equipment for work at height:

 Work with fall risk at different levels: Full body harness, anchor line with
impact absorber and helmet with chin strap. For short distances of fall it is
necessary to have adjustable anchoring lines (for this reason it is important to
evaluate the total distance of fall, before doing this activity).
 Work with risk of lateral rolling: Belt (as a movement restriction system),
anchor line without impact absorber and helmet with chin strap. Never use a
belt where there is a risk of vertical fall.
• Depending on the specific analysis of work risks, it may be necessary to use fall
protection equipment for work at heights of less than 1.80 m. This analysis will be
executed by the contractor.

• Do not hang or secure tools or other objects to the protection equipment for work at
height. Tools or objects must be hoisted or carried on tool belts.

• Climbing scaffolds and cat stairs using carabiners at all times.

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Prevention of Fall of Materials

• For construction works where work is performed at heights and where there are staff
working or circulating at lower levels, a canvas or net must be installed at 1 m below
the work level to protect personnel from falling materials and tools, otherwise Work at
the lower levels will be suspended. This applies to work performed more than 3 m
height

• When working at height, the projection of the work area will be enclosed with yellow
warning tape, safety cones, meshes or others and signs will be installed with the legend
"Risk of falling materials".

• It is forbidden to leave or store over beams or ceilings, unfinished levels and similar
leftover materials, bolts, tools, etc.

• Carry out any assembly work or assembly on the ground, to minimize exposure to
work at heights.

• Materials and tools must be lifted or moved vertically using a tool belt and must never
be lifted manually.

Prevention of Fall of People

• For work at different levels and where there are gaps or openings in these levels, rails
should be placed around said gaps or openings to prevent falls.

• If there is transit of people along a slope or slopes of more than 1 m in height and
there is a risk of falling, rails located at a height of 1.20 m should be installed. (upper
railing) and 0.50 m. (intermediate railing), also include skirting board.

• The previous criterion also applies to the footbridges that communicate the same level
or difference.

2. Work with Lifting Equipment and Cranes

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Written Permit for High Risk Work - Lifting and Cranes (PETAR - Izaje y Crane)

• The Work / Resident Supervisor must ensure that all Work with Lifting Equipment
and Cranes has the PETAR - Izaje and Cranes.

• All work with lifts and cranes must have constant supervision, crane operator and a
Rigger.

• Take into account that PETAR - Izaje y Grúas is valid for each work shift (8 working
hours per day), with a maximum of 2 work permits per day.

• The PETAR - Lifting and Cranes must always be maintained in the work area.
Likewise, the records of high-risk work, work certificates of the competent personnel
for the activities that are carried out and certificates of the machinery to be used (if
applicable).

• Any work with Izaje and Cranes should be stopped, if the conditions under which the
PETAR was filled have changed. Restart the work when the safety conditions have been
restored and a new PETAR - Izaje and Crane is available.

• Ensure that in work with lifting equipment and cranes that involves hot work, height
or the need to apply blockage and labeling, comply with what is indicated in the
respective item of this procedure.

• The PETAR must be completed in the field and signed by the Work / Resident
Supervisor.

• The contractor must certify the skills of the persons designated to carry out work with
lifting equipment and cranes, both for the rigger, crane operator and support personnel.

• All lifting equipment must have an operational certificate.

Izaje maneuver

• The pre-use inspection of the crane and accessories must be carried out by the
contractor.

• The lifting maneuvers must be carried out exclusively by means of lifting equipment,
with the exception of the maneuvers carried out by means of an excavator in areas
where the use of mobile cranes implies a High Risk.

• For any reason the lightening equipment will be used for loads that exceed the
capacity established by the manufacturer.

• During the lifting maneuver, only the strictly necessary personnel who intervene in the
work will remain in the work area. Likewise, the work area will be maintained, duly
delimited.

• Before starting the lifting, it must be verified that there are no personnel other than the
maneuver in the work area. In the event that outside personnel are observed during the
lift, the work will stop immediately.

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• Escorts are not allowed anywhere in the crane. The operator will not allow anyone to
climb on the hooks or on the loads.

• The Rigger will always be located in a visible place for the crane operator and will use
the International Code of Signals - Izaje.

• The crane operator will obey the orders of a single rigger, which will be identified
with a reflective vest. If the operator has doubt in the interpretation of a signal, it should
be taken as a stop signal.

• In case of emergency, the stop signal can be given by the Work / Resident Supervisor
and must be obeyed immediately by the crane operator.

• Before carrying out the movements of the crane, both the operator and the rigger must
verify that the area is free of obstacles.

• In the event a sub-standard condition is detected in a lifting equipment, an "Out of


Service" label must be placed to prevent the operation of equipment that is not safe to
operate.

• The load must be lifted or rotated gradually. There must be no personnel under
suspended load or move the load over people.

• The operator can not leave the cab of a crane with the engine running or with a
suspended load.

• The operator must keep his hands on the controls of the crane so that he can stop the
lightening quickly in case of emergency.

• Cranes should not be used to pull or move a load horizontally, as this equipment is
designed only for lifting loads.

Izaje accessories

• Lifting accessories must be original. The use of work-made lifting accessories (spells)
is not allowed.

• For the combined use of lifting accessories, the maximum load capacity will be that
corresponding to the weakest element.

• The installation, maintenance and repair of lifting accessories will be carried out only
by the manufacturer or according to the instructions written by him.

• Lifting accessories must clearly indicate the maximum capacity established by the
manufacturer by means of a label / plate or have said capacity stamped on the same
accessory.

• Slings will be removed from service if they present any substandard condition.

• The strobes will be removed from service if they present any substandard condition.

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• All lifting fixtures must be visually inspected by competent personnel before using
them to detect any sub-standard conditions.

• Lifting accessories that present sub-standard conditions will be labeled with an "Out
of Service" card and immediately removed from the work area.

3. Excavations and Ditches

Written Permit for High Risk Work - Excavations and Ditches (PETAR - Excavations
and Ditches)

• The Work / Resident Supervisor must ensure that any excavation or ditch that:

 Exceed 1.5 meters deep;


 Where there are public or private service lines, buried pipes or service lines,
buried electrical lines;
 Where the aforementioned services will be installed;
 Where there may be underground water channels; or
 Any excavation that may alter personnel evacuation routes. Count on the
PETAR - Excavations and Ditches.
• Bear in mind that the PETAR - Excavations and Trenches are valid for each work shift
(8 hours of work per day), with a maximum of 2 work permits per day.

• PETAR must always be maintained - Excavations and ditches in the work area.
Likewise, the records of high-risk work, work certificates of the competent personnel

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for the activities that are carried out and certificates of the machinery to be used (if
applicable).

• Any excavation or ditch work should be stopped, if the conditions under which the
PETAR was filled have changed. Restart work when security conditions have been
restored and a new PETAR is in place - Excavations and Ditches.

• Ensure that in Excavation or Ditch works involving work in confined spaces, height,
electrical work or hot work, comply with what is indicated in the respective item of this
procedure.

• The PETAR - Excavations or Trenches must be completed in the field and signed by
the Work / Resident Supervisor.

• The contractor must prove the competences of the persons designated to carry out
excavation or ditch work.

• The contractor must prove the skills of the Civil Engineer who will place his rubric in
the soil mechanics study (applies for excavation with depth greater than 2 meters).

Contact with Underground Service Lines

• Any excavation will be planned and carried out taking into account the underground
service lines (communication, water, electricity, gases, others) adjacent to the work
area, if any.

• In addition to the revision of the plans, do the following:

 Use a cable and pipe detection equipment or other mechanisms to determine


more precisely their location or find lines not recorded in the plans.
• The location of the service lines should be marked in order to avoid accidental
contacts during the execution of the work.

• If a pipeline, utility line or any other facility, which had not been previously identified,
is found during the excavation, the work should be stopped immediately and the finding
should be reported. The work will be restarted when the security conditions have been
restored and a new PETAR is in place - Excavations and Ditches.

Stability of the Excavation

• Before starting the excavations, all objects that could collapse and that constitute a
danger to workers, such as trees, rocks, fillings, etc., will be eliminated.

• During the excavation, the appropriate slope should be maintained in order to


guarantee the stability of the excavation.

• When there is a risk of collapse due to the type of soil, the slopes of the excavation
should be protected with appropriate props or by using other means whose design will
be supported by the Resident Engineer Responsible for the Project.

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• If the depth of the excavations is going to be more than 2 m. The contractor must have
a soil mechanics study that contains the recommendations of the construction process
and that are endorsed by a Collegiate Civil Engineer.

• The dangers of falling of materials or objects, or of irruption of water in the


excavation or in zones that modify the degree of humidity of the slopes of the
excavation should be prevented.

• Avoid undermining the foot of the slope of an excavation. If it is necessary to work on


the foot of the slope, the fall of material or terrain from the upper edge (ridge) must be
caused.

• The material product of the excavation or other material collected on the surface,
should be at least at a distance from the edge equal to half the depth of the excavation
(never less than 2.0 meters).

• If there is accumulation of water in excavations or ditches, work should not be done,


and a pumping system should be implemented before restarting the works.

• If the possibility of collapse exists, the personnel must be evacuated and systems of
support must be implemented before restarting the works.

• In no case shall the workers who participate in excavation works, do so without the
use of the appropriate protective elements (helmet, eyeglasses, safety shoes, vest and, as
applicable, respirator, hearing protectors or others).

• When it is necessary to install pipes or equipment inside the trench, the permanence of
workers under the vertical of the equipment or pipe to be installed will be prohibited.

• During the trench filling operation, the permanence of workers within the trench will
be prohibited.

Signage of the Work Area

• The work area should be properly marked (using yellow warning tape, signs, etc.) in
order to warn personnel and operators of vehicles and mobile equipment of the presence
of an excavation or ditch.

• Signs with the legend RISK OF EXCAVATION must be installed.

• Protective barriers should be installed around the perimeter of the excavation (such as
rails, “cachacos” or other suitable systems) located at a distance of not less than 1.0
meter from the edge of the excavation. If there is accumulated material near the trench,
the barrier must be located at a distance of not less than 1.0 meter from the accumulated
material.

• Reflective tape must be installed during the night shift or in foggy conditions to ensure
adequate visibility.

• It is recommended to fill the excavations as soon as possible in order to eliminate the


risk of falls of personnel, vehicles or mobile equipment

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Circulation of vehicles and mobile equipment

• If an excavation is exposed to the passage of vehicles, equipment or other source of


vibration or compression, the protective barriers must be installed at least 3 meters from
the edge of the excavation. If the excavation is more than 3 meters deep, the distance
from the edge of the excavation should increase 1 meter for every 2 meters of depth
over 3 meters.

• Personnel should be kept at a minimum distance of 1.5 times the length of the
extended arm of the backhoe or excavator in operation so as to eliminate the risk that
personnel will be impacted during the movement of the equipment.

• Locate lookouts if necessary and after evaluation to regulate the transit of vehicles and
mobile equipment.

Income, Exit and Circulation of Personnel

• Excavations and ditches with a depth greater than 1.50 m. they must have stairs,
ramps, stairs or another system that guarantees an adequate entrance and exit of the
personnel.

• Stairs, ramps or stairways must not be more than 20 m apart from each other.

• If linear ladders are used, they should protrude from the ground surface 1.0 m. and be
insured to avoid their displacement.

• If the width of the excavation is greater than 0.70 meters, there must be footbridges to
prevent personnel from jumping over the ditches. They must be constructed of resistant
materials (wood, metal, others) and must have guardrails.

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4.5. TRAINING AND SENSITIZATION AT WORK – TRAINING
PROGRAM
It is objective to ensure that all direct and indirect workers receive adequate training to carry
out their work correctly and safely.

It is important to have a properly trained human team, both in the technical aspect of their
work, and in Occupational Health and Safety Management.

For this reason, it is proposed that, through training, adequate preparation, experience and
training of personnel be strengthened, based on legal needs and those observed in the
identification, evaluation and control of hazards and aspects, and those arising in the different
stages and activities that take place in the work.

The work will have an adequate environment to conduct training and training for our workers.

Training course

Once the hazards identification and risk assessment and their respective control measures
have been carried out, the JSSOMA identifies the training and development needs of the
personnel in relation to Occupational Health and Safety and Environment issues which can be
addressed as follows:

Induction New Worker: Workers before entering work must receive the Induction Talk
New Man of a maximum duration of 2 hours.
Specific job training: Every worker who participates in a specific job must receive training
on the procedure that regulates the work to be done, as knowledge of it.
Re induction of accident: All workers who had suffered an accident, upon return to work
will receive a re induction by SSOMA responsible, to analyze the causes that led to his
accident.
Specific Course on Occupational Safety and Health: These are those that originate from
the need to control specific risks and critical risks and that are taught by the Insurance
Company or other competent body. In addition, those of mandatory legal compliance must
be considered.

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4.6. NONCONFORMITIES MANGEMENT – INSPECTIONS AND AUDITS
PROGRAM

For the control of Non-Conformities that may arise during the execution of the work, a
"Procedure for the Control of Non-Conformities" will be established in which the
responsibilities for its investigation are defined, indicating the actions that will be taken
to control the impact produced. A program of inspections and audits is presented as an
annex to this plan

4.6.1. Statistics of non-conformance reports

The statistics will be made monthly, comparing the records made. These records will
allow us to evaluate the effectiveness of the procedure for the control of non-
conformities established in this plan, and take measures or actions to improve and make
immediate decisions. It will also allow to observe the work areas in which more
attention is required and above all which present higher risk or safety.

4.6.2. Internal Audits

The Occupational Health and Safety System will be audited in full (all its elements) at
least once a year by choosing one or more of the works in execution. These audits are
called Integral Audits. In addition, internal audits will be carried out on site; when

the work has a duration of more than one year, internal audits On site they are
scheduled at least once a year. The person responsible for the area to be audited must
provide access to the documents relevant to the audit and the participation of the audited
parties.

The Head of Prevention can request an audit not included in the program annual when
situations arise such as:

 Introduction of substantial changes in the Occupational Health and Safety


System.
 He suspects that some element of the system is breached or not effectively
applied during the development of the activities.

Planning of the audit.

At the beginning of each year, the Head of Prevention prepares the Annual Program of
Internal Audits, indicating the number of comprehensive audits planned for that year,
the months in which they must be executed, the auditors

responsible for each audit and the work (s) chosen to be audited. He Annual Integrated
Internal Audit Program is approved by the Manager General of the company.

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Execution.

Three weeks before the execution of an audit, the members of the audit team. Once the
availability of the auditors elected on the dates scheduled for the execution of the audit,
the responsible auditor requests the Chief of Prevention, the documentation in force,
with which it draws up the "Audit Plan". In this plan it is indicated auditors, the day and
time, the person responsible to audit, the element of system to be audited and the audit
criteria.

This Audit Plan is delivered at least fifteen days after anticipation to the audited ones
for the confirmation of the hours and dates programmed.

Prior to the execution of scheduled interviews, auditors review the documentation and
elaborate checklists where they record the information to verify during the interviews
with the audited.

The verification of this information is done through the review of records, the
observation of the development of the activities "In situ", the interview with the audited
and the crossing of this information with the other auditors of the team. When the
evidence demonstrates that the audited reality is not In accordance with the audit
criteria, the findings will be reported.

Preparation of the Audit Report.

At the end of the execution of the audit, and within a period of no more than a week,
The Responsible Auditor directs the audit team in the preparation of the Report of
Audit, and forwards it to the Chief of Prevention. In the case of audits in-works, the
Audit Report is sent to the Project Manager with copy to the Chief of Prevention.

There will be planned and unplanned inspections of machines and equipment and of
areas.

4.7. OBJECTIVES AND GOALS FOR IMPROVEMENT IN


OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH

JYC CONSTRUCTORES is fully convinced that all accidents can be avoided and work
under that concept. Consequently, our Company is committed to achieving and sustaining a
performance with "zero accidents", through the practices of continuous improvement in all
our processes. It has been defined as continuous improvement:

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4.8. EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

There is an Emergency Response Plan where possible emergency situations have been
identified and the procedures to prevent or mitigate their consequences. This plan is
drafted based on the guidelines of the Emergency Preparedness and Response
procedure.

The Emergency Response Plan is reviewed annually and exceptionally after the
occurrence of an emergency, drills in order to implement the necessary improvements.

The training of the Emergency Brigades is a fundamental part of the Emergency


Response Plan and the training of the personnel of said brigades will be prioritized.

In addition, simulations of the procedures have been programmed and carried out in
order to ensure that the personnel is adequately trained.

5. SUPERVISION AND CONTROL MECHANISMS

Monitoring involves the control of information, such as measurements or observations,


over time, using equipment or techniques established for its purpose. Each work must
establish what is going to be measured, the place and time, the methods and the
competence requirements of the people who make the measurements. The equipment to
be used must be maintained in condition, calibrated or verified and adjusted if
necessary.

The measurements to be carried out must be planned annually and the monitoring must
be carried out monthly. A form should be kept with the summary of the measurement
and follow-up to be carried out

The measurements to be made can be proactive or reactive. It is very important to focus


on proactive measurements to encourage improvements in system performance and
reduce damage.

Examples of proactive measurements:

 Evaluation of compliance with legal requirements and other requirements


 Effective use of the results of inspections carried out
 Evaluation of the effectiveness of training of personnel related to the
occupational safety and health system
 Effective use of the results of internal and external audits.
 Compliance with legally required inspections
 The degree of implementation of the system's programs that arise from
objectives and goals
 The realization of monitoring the health of workers

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The results of the measurement and monitoring should be analyzed and used to identify
successes achieved in the system as well as premises that require corrections or
improvements.

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