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HSSE PLAN
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Linde Project ID: 1110 A05M Linde Project Code: PEARL QATAR
Shell Project No.: HP-3000-QAT Contractor name:
Contractor Project No.: 5887 Unit: AIR SEPARATION UNIT (ASU)

Linde Engineering
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 5

1.1 General.....................................................................................................................................................................5

1.2 Purpose....................................................................................................................................................................6

1.3 Validity and structure of the HSSE program ..................................................................................................6

1.4 Definitions ...............................................................................................................................................................7

1.5 List of abbreviations.............................................................................................................................................9

1.6 References ............................................................................................................................................................10

2 LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT .............................................................................. 11

3 POLICY AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES .................................................................... 12

3.1 HSSE Policy Documents ...................................................................................................................................12

3.2 Staff Access to Policy Statements..................................................................................................................15

3.3 HSSE Goals and objectives ..............................................................................................................................16


3.3.1 Management Goals ..........................................................................................................................................16
3.3.2 HSSE Strategic Objectives (Construction)....................................................................................................17
3.3.3 Key Performance Indicators ............................................................................................................................18

3.4 HSSE MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT ............................................................................................................19

4 ORGANISATION, RESOURCES AND DOCUMENTATION.......................................... 21

4.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................21

4.2 Management .........................................................................................................................................................21


4.2.1 Project Manager................................................................................................................................................22
4.2.2 Site Manager .....................................................................................................................................................22
4.2.3 Construction Manager......................................................................................................................................23
4.2.4 HSSE Project Manager....................................................................................................................................23
4.2.5 HSSE Site Manager .........................................................................................................................................24

4.3 Subcontractors/Vendor - Co-ordination ........................................................................................................25


4.3.1 General...............................................................................................................................................................25
4.3.2 Interface with Subcontractors .........................................................................................................................25
4.3.3 Managing of Subcontractors ...........................................................................................................................27

4.4 HSSE Awareness Program ...............................................................................................................................28


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4.4.1 General...............................................................................................................................................................28
4.4.2 IIF PEARL Leadership Academy Training ....................................................................................................28

4.5 Communication....................................................................................................................................................28
4.5.1 General...............................................................................................................................................................28
4.5.2 Safety induction program.................................................................................................................................28
4.5.3 HSSE Committee meeting...............................................................................................................................29
4.5.4 Toolbox talks......................................................................................................................................................29
4.5.5 HSSE site subcontractors meeting ................................................................................................................29
4.5.6 Management Site Safety Inspections ............................................................................................................29
4.5.7 Safety Inspections ............................................................................................................................................29
4.5.8 Independent Safety Inspection .......................................................................................................................30
4.5.9 Total Site Safety Instruction (TSTI) ................................................................................................................30

5 EVALUATION AND RISK MANAGEMENT ................................................................... 31

5.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................31
5.1.1 Project Risk Assessment .................................................................................................................................31
5.1.2 Construction Health Risk Assessment ..........................................................................................................31
5.1.3 Job Safety Analysis ..........................................................................................................................................32
5.1.4 Land Road Transport Safety ...........................................................................................................................32

6 PLANNING AND PROCEDURES .................................................................................. 32

6.1 Planning .................................................................................................................................................................32

6.2 Procedures............................................................................................................................................................32

7 SECURITY ..................................................................................................................... 33

8 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ................................................................................ 33

9 SOCIAL PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ... 33

10 IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING................................................................... 34

10.1 HSSE Follow-Up System ...................................................................................................................................34

10.2 Supervision and Monitoring of Work Activities...........................................................................................34

10.3 HSSE in Meetings ................................................................................................................................................34

10.4 HSSE Reporting ...................................................................................................................................................35


10.4.1 General ..........................................................................................................................................................35

11 AUDITING AND MANAGEMENT REVIEW ................................................................ 35

11.1 Auditing..................................................................................................................................................................35

11.2 Management
Review…………………………………………………………………………………………….35
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ATTACHMENTS...…………..……………………………………………………………………....35

Attachment 1: "Our Commitments"


…………..……………………………………………………………………....36

Attachment 2: HSSE Site Organisation Chart


……………………………………………………………………....37

Attachment 3: HSSE Procedure Index


……….…………...…………………………………………………………..38

Attachment 4: HSSE Action Plan 2nd & 3rd Quarters


2009.………………………………………………………40

Attachment 5: Management Review Process


Description...………………………………………………………48
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Introduction
1.1 General
This Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Protection Program (HSSE Program)
Construction is established in order to ensure that all HSSE aspects on the construction site are
thoroughly considered, planned and implemented in the organisation during the execution of
the work for the PEARL GTL Project at Ras Laffan (Qatar).

This HSSE program is supplementary to the HSSE Program overall (document no. T-
4.095.955).

This HSSE program is based on the E&P Forum Report No. 6.36/210 (Guidelines for the
Development and Application of Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems).

The HSSE Management Activities are divided into nine areas:

• Leadership and Commitment


• Policy and Strategic Objectives
• Organisation, Resources and Documentation
• Evaluation and Risk Management
• Planning and Procedures
• Implementation and Monitoring
• Auditing and Reviewing
• Social Performance Management and Sustainable Development
• Security
The program shall ensure that all participants and organisations in the project have a common
and uniform understanding of the HSSE strategy, criteria and targets. It considers the following
governing documents:

• Qatar statutory requirements


• Documentation/specifications provided by Shell
• Documentation/specifications provided by JGC/KBR (PMC)
• International Codes and Standards
• Linde’s corporate QSE-management system
• HSSE MS Interface document (5887-ON-PR-HM-014 (Attachment 1.0)
The 5th up date of the HSSE Plan Construction contains the latest insights and lessons learnd
from the past year.
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1.2 Purpose
The purpose of this HSSE program is to describe responsibilities and priorities during the
execution of the PEARL GTL Project with respect to HSSE on the construction site. The
document outlines planned activities to ensure that all HSSE-requirements given by the
Authorities, Shell, PMC and Linde will be fulfilled.

This HSSE Program has been prepared by Linde LE and will be used by Linde's sub
contractors as defined in the Sphere of influence schema (Ref.: HSSE Program Overall, T-
4.095.955).

1.3 Validity and structure of the HSSE program


This HSSE program is established for the Construction phase of the Air Separation Units for the
PEARL GTL project. As this version of the HSSE Plan Construction is established in a very
early stage to construction activities, the Site Construction organisation is not yet formalized. In
future revisions of this HSSE Plan Construction, names of functions and persons can be
changed.

The HSSE Plan Construction will be up-dated when ever needed and the latest edition will be
issued to PMC for information. When the project continues to the next phase, the HSSE Plan
Construction will be up-dated. The following phases are identified:

Phase description Up date HSSE Plan Comments


Start up soil investigation Revision A
activities
Building camp and office After contract award camp building Revision B
facilities (incl. temporary contractor
facilities)
Starting construction 2 months before starting Not issued
activities construction activities
Construction activities 6 Months after start construction Revision C
activities
Starting of commissioning 1 month before starting
activities commissioning activities

To ensure that all necessary activities to start the construction activities are implemented a
Ready to Start checklist has been prepared in cooperation with PMC. The ready to start
checklist and the additional action list are part of the HSSE Program Overall (T-4.095.955).
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1.4 Definitions
Environment

The surroundings and conditions in which a company operates or which it may effect, including
living systems (human and other) therein.

Health

Health includes actions to improve the working environment, avoid illness due to physical or
psychosocial elements and to give the workers' occupational health a value. Working
environment is defined as the sum of factors workers are being influenced by in their working
situation, which may influence health on a short or long term basis, i.e. psychosocial factors,
physical factors, technical factors and ergonomics.

HSSE Management Audit

Systematic and independent surveys to ascertain whether the HSSE activities and the hence
following results comply with what has been planned, and weather these activities are
effectively carried out, and are appropriate for the achievement of the objectives.

HSSE Management Review

The formal review by Project Management of the status and adequacy of the HSSE
management system and its implementation, in relation to HSSE issues, policy, regulations and
new objectives resulting from changing circumstances.

QSE

Within Linde the abbreviation QSE stands for “Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental
Protection”

QSE = Q + HSE

Nonconformity

Nonconformity in this context is regarded as non fulfilment of specified requirements.

Safety

Safety includes technical and operational practice to identify and eliminate hazards, which
prevents hazards to develop into accidents and eliminate or reduce the consequences of an
accident. Emphasis will be made on probability reduction rather than reduction of
consequences.
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Working Environment Factors

The working environment factors comprise the following considerations:

• Noise
• Vibration
• Illumination
• Indoor Climate:
Temperature
Air changes
• Hazardous substances
• Radiation
• Operability / maintainability:
Material handling
Ergonomics
• Technical appliances
• Outdoor operations
• Outdoor climate conditions / temperature
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1.5 List of abbreviations


ALARP As Low As Reasonable Practicable
ASU Air Separation Unit
DEP Design and Engineering Procedure
EAS Environmental Accounting System
FAC First Aid Case
FEED Front End Engineering Design
F&G Fire & Gas
GTL Gas to Liquid
HEDS HES Evaluation and Decision System
HEMP Hazard and Effect Management Process
HES Health, Environment and Safety
HFE Human Factors Engineering
HSSE Health, Safety, Security and Environment
IPF Instrument Protective Function
IIF Incident and Injury Free
JHA Job Hazard Analysis
JK JGC/KBR
JSA Job Safety Analysis
LRTSC Land Road Transport Safety Case
LTI Lost Time Incident
MS Management System
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet
MTC Medical Treatment Case
PMC Project Management Contractor
PTD Permanent Total Disability
QRA Quantative Risk Assessment
QSU Qualität, Sicherheit und Umwel schutz
RLC Ras Laffan City
RLIC Ras Laffan Industrial city
RWC Restricted Work Case
SAFE Shaping Accident Free Environments
SD Sustainable Development
SHEQ Safety, Health, Environmental protection and Quality
SIL Safety Integrity Level
SIMOPS Simultaneous Operations
SP Social Performance
TLV Threshold Limit Values
TRCF Total Recordable Case Frequency
TROIF Total Recordable Occupational Illness Frequency
TSTI Total Safety Task Instruction
TSTO Total Safety Task Observation
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1.6 References
1. T-13.377.569 PROJECT SPECIFICATION PART IV PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Chapter 9 – HSES Premises for the Implementation Phase

2. Yellow guide on the Risk Assessment Matrix, Shell April 1999

3. 5887-ON-PR-HM-017 Pearl GTL HSSE and Social Performance Management System


Manual (Part 1), Level 2 Onshore Detailed Design and Construction

4. 5887-ON-PR-HM-014 HSSE Management System Interface Template

5. 5887-ON-PR-HM-009 HSSE / SP General Reporting procedure

6. Construction Environmental Management Plan

7. T-4.095.955 HSSE PROGRAM OVERALL

8. T-4.095.307 SPHERE OF INFLUENCE PROCEDURE

9. T-4.129.877 INTERFACE DOCUMENT

10. T-4.129.878 INTERFACE ACTION REGISTER


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2 Leadership and Commitment


It is the construction management’s task to provide strong, visible leadership and commitment,
and to ensure that this commitment is translated into the necessary resources, to develop,
operate and maintain the HSSE management system and to attain the policy and strategic
objectives. Construction management should ensure that full account is taken of HSSE policy
requirements and should provide support for local actions taken to protect health, safety and
the environment.

Since the start of the PEARL GTL Project The Linde Group has up dated their Policy in respect
to Health, Safety, Environmental Protection and Quality Assurance (SHEQ). The present and
valid SHEQ Policy of The Linde Group and signed by the Executive Management Board can be
found in attachment 1.

Linde has established a company culture, stated in the document “Leitbild – LINDE AG -
GESCHÄFTSBEREICH LINDE ENGINEERING”, which supports the SHEQ management
system. It fully corresponds with the following E&P Forum principles:

• Belief in the company’s desire to improve SHEQ performance;

• Motivation to improve personal SHEQ performance;

• Acceptance of individual responsibility and accountability for SHEQ performance;

• Participation and involvement at all levels in SHEQ management system


development;

• Commitment to an effective SHEQ management system.

A key approach to show leadership and commitment is to focus on behavioural safety. This
means that management should lead by example. It is a simple but effective way to
communicate with the work force. Examples of focus areas are:

- Respect for colleagues regardless their skin colour, ethnic background, culture or religion

- Stop the job if it is not safe

- Follow rules, regulations and procedures

- Leading by example

- Wearing of PPE.
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3 Policy and Strategic Objectives

3.1 HSSE Policy Documents


The Management Team of Linde Engineering has developed their independent SHEQ Policy,
which is fully in line with the Linde Group SHEQ Policy.

The most senior person responsible for this policy being carried out in engineering and on site
lies with the HSE manager, Dr. Leimer.

A copy of Linde Engineering's SHEQ Policy is on the next page.

Besides a general SHEQ Policy, Linde has developed additional specific policies:

- Land Road Transport HSE Policy

- Alcohol and Drugs Policy

- HIV / AIDS Policy

- Fitness to Work Policy


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Linde’s QSE Management System is based on the following guiding principles:

• “SHEQ Management is an essential part of our company strategy. The senior staff is
exemplary model in its implementation. It supports the development of its employees
and mutual communication.”

• “Each individual, whether a member of staff or a superior, is responsible for quality,


schedule and costs of his design according to the rules of technology, economy, safety
and environmental protection. This we expect also from the employees of our partners
and suppliers.”

• “Faults and defects must be avoided before they need to be remedied. Improvement
of our procedures, continuous development of our processes and prevention are
permanent challenges. Engineering, Construction and Commissioning of the ASU
packages shall be done without accidents or damage of personnel or environment and
without economic losses.”

• “The supreme aim of our efforts and endeavours is the satisfied client. He may inform
himself at any time that his project is being executed in compliance with the HSSE
requirements agreed with him. We must constantly be informed both of his requirements
and of market trends.”

In addition, the following guiding principles are applied in the SHEQ management system:

• Health aspects, environmental protection, plant safety and safety of work forces, are top
priority objectives. SHEQ has priority above plant production, economy and quality.

• HSSE is a line responsibility. This means, that responsibility rests within the line starting
at the top of the organisation down to each individual within the project. Each individual
is responsible for HSSE within his/her area. A positive attitude is implemented through
systematic training, information and motivation.

• By evaluation of risks, operational regularity, cost and profit, Linde is constantly working
towards improved SHEQ in plant engineering, construction and commissioning.

• Every member of staff has the right and the duty to detect SHEQ defects in his or other
areas of work, to make improvement proposals to his superiors and to participate in
implementing these proposals. This will result in a 'no blame' culture.

• The plant design is focused to select adequate and proven solutions to reduce
respectively eliminate risks.
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3.2 Staff Access to Policy Statements


Access of staff to Linde’s general policy is realised by:

• PC access to the QSU Manual via Linde’s intranet system LIKE (Linde Information
Knowledge Environment) available to the entire staff

• Introduction and discussion of the original issue and of further revisions in department
meetings and QSE introduction and training sessions

Access of staff to the project related SHEQ program is realised by:

• Presentation and discussion at the beginning of the project

• Safety induction program

• PC access to the HSSE program via Linde’s intranet

• Hard copies displayed in the offices areas


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3.3 HSSE Goals and objectives


Within the PEARL GTL ASU project, the abbreviation HSSE will be used to identify Health,
Safety, Security and Environmental Protection.

The HSSE goals and objectives for the PEARL GTL project shall be based on the philosophy
presented in the sections above and on the HSSE/SD plan of PMC. This philosophy shall also
be implemented by subcontractors.

3.3.1 Management Goals

The overall management goal is to meet the defined policies, goals and acceptance criteria laid
down in this document and goals given to Linde by the PMC.

To achieve this, Construction Management must have a positive attitude to HSSE and
contribute to create a high level of awareness for HSSE in the project by:

• Involvement in the development of the HSSE program

• Attain in HSSE verifications and audits

• Making HSSE a permanent item on the agenda of relevant meetings

• Setting a good example on HSSE

• Create a good working environment

• Willingness to spend money and resources in achieving an acceptable HSSE level

• Motivate to report on hazardous events and near hazardous events (mainly related to
construction phase)

• Follow up accidents, incident, near misses, etc.


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3.3.2 HSSE Strategic Objectives (Construction)

The main Health, Safety, Security and Environment objectives for the PEARL GTL project
during the Construction phase are:

• Target zero fatalities during the involvement of Linde LE in the PEARL GTL project:

o Develop Land Road Transport Safety Case.


o Participate in COMPANY's Incident and Injury Free (IIF) campaign.
o Implement Total Safety Taks Instruction prior starting work.

• Implement the control framework for contractor HSSE Management

o Communicate of provision of existing and applicable standards, procedures and work


instructions to be adopted by contractors;
o Ensure implementation of HSSE Plans and competence of contractor's staff to
perform and to manage risks;
o Implement communication schedule with subcontractors on site.

• Management of SIMOPS

o Prepare together with PMC a SIMOPS plan for the construction and commissioning
period
o Participate and Implement FSI (Flawless start up initiative)
o Manage interface to ALARP

• Management of Security to achieve Shell Group Security Standard and to ensure PEARL
GTL remains an attractive proposition for staff:

o Develop and establish a camp security organisation


o Align with Pearl GTL strategy and implement security measures
o Liaise with Pearl GTL Security Advisor to ensure flow of intelligence
o Liaise with Pearl GTL Security Advisor on information to be alert to threats (pro active
measures can be taken)

• Implement Shell's Minimum environmental Management Standards

o Ensure the requirements of the ESHIA are met in full with environmental programmes
implemented
o Monitor all relevant systems and procedures comply with the standards

• Implement Shell's Minimum Health Management Standards

o Monitor health performance, report incidents and follow up by investigation


o Carry out Health risk assessment before starting construction activities
o Conduct medical and health screening to monitor the fitness to work for all workers
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3.3.3 Key Performance Indicators

The following key performance indicators are set:

KPI Unit 2007 2008 2009 2010


LAGGING INDICATORS
1 Fatalities No. 0 0 0 0
2 TRCF Rec. Injuries per ≤3 ≤3 ≤2.5 ≤2.5
million manhours
3 Oil Spills > 100Kg No. 0 0 0 0
4 LTIF No. per million man <0.3 <0.3 <0.3 <0.3
hrs
5 RTIF Road Transport Inc. <5 <5 <4 <4
per million km
6 Land Transport Appraisal Scores / % >90 >90 >95 >95
Quarter
7 High Potential Incidents Investigated % >90 >90 >95 >95
and closed out in time
LEADING INDICATORS
8 Maximise First Aid Cases (FACs) % 85 95 95 95
Reported
Audit medical clinics – measure disparity of
actual clinic/medic records vs. reported FACs
9 Maintain Leadership Training % >80 >80 >80 >80
Completion
10 Near-misses - Potential Incidents Ratio 1:3 1:3 1:3 1:3
Reported (unsafe conditions) – no. Target 1 for every 3
identified during Unsafe Act /STOP Audits vs unsafe act audits
reported Near-misses
11 Waste Management plans in place and % 100 100 100 100
all waste accounted for
12 Close-out of High/Medium audit / No. H/M actions 100% 100% 100% 100%
inspection findings on time overdue
13 Compliance with number of people Recorded in training >80 >80 >80 >80
receiving secondary training i.e. over records %
and above basic Induction, IIF & TSTI
14 Sustainable Development / Social Plan issued 100% 100% 100% 100%
Performance Plan in place From Q4 2006
Metrics approved by SD Advisory Committee
and to plan
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3.4 HSSE MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT


To realize an incident and injury free project all involved parties (Client, PMC's, EPMC's and
IC's) committed themselves to key HSSE actions. A copy of the signed 'Our commitment'
document is in attachment 1.

The following key issues are defined and committed to:

ƒ Worker Welfare
o Build quality accommodation units in keeping with the overall camp quality/standards
o Ensure the required medical screening is carried out by approved clinics (abroad & in
Qatar) for all workers
o Ensure workers meet 'fittness-to-work' requirements for their specific job
o Recognise and manage heat stress and other environmental conditions in a proactive
way.
o Participate in the implementation of the various health programmes initiated by
JK/Shell

ƒ Training
o To recognise the need to supplement supervisor / worker skills through first rate
training / training facilities in line with company direction
o To provide trainers who will be trained in the delivery of the common packages
o To make supervisors & workers available for training programmes & emphasise its
importance
o To contribute to the development of a single central training facility in the 'Pearl GTL
Village'
o To carry on with the key safety training messages at the work place
o To provide supervisors who are well trained & can communicate effectively with the
workers
o To contribute actively to the training agenda, offering training opportunities to the
wider PEARL GTL community

ƒ Leadership
o To define criteria to assess on acceptable minimum level of 'control span' and strive
to meet or exceed such levels
o At all management levels to visibly drive safety through our behaviours frequent site
visits, wearing PPE
o To take action when Safety concerns are raised and to support anyone who stops the
work if they believe it unsafe
o To relentlessly & proactively strive for better HSE performance, even when statistics
are good
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ƒ Communications
o Drive consistent message home on the worksite (e.g. toolbox talks)
o Prominently advertise and supplement the HSE communication material provided.
o Manage the language barriers so that workers have regular safety instruction in their
mother tongue
o Recognise and reqard good HSE behaviours
o Promote the safety culture
o Actively share lessons learned

ƒ Life critical activities


o Road Transportation
o Personal Protective Equipment
o Lifting
o Working at height
o Scaffolding
o Trenching and excavation
o Electrical Safety
o Confined space
o Lighting
o Falling object
o Health and welfare

To fulfil the commitments made actions have to be performed. For each commitment actions
are planned and will be implemented. The necessary actions to fulfil the commitments are
described in the HSSE Overall Program (T-4.095.955).

Linde's main subcontractors will be included in the commitment to the above mentioned items.
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4 Organisation, Resources and Documentation

4.1 General
This chapter describes the HSSE organisation during the construction phase of this project and
the responsibilities of the Project Management regarding performance and implementation of
the established HSSE program during the construction phase.

4.2 Management
Site management will be personally and directly involved by participating in relevant meetings,
HSSE Audits, HSSE Inspections and personally use safety protective equipment. HSSE is a
line responsibility, and this principle is vital for the implementation of the effective HSSE
organisation. In the following subchapters the responsibilities for all project key team members
is described.

A HSSE Management organisation has been astablished for the Construction phase of the
project. The HSSE Management organisation has been developed to ensure interfaces
between the required items.

A HSSE Management organisation chart has been made: "Organization chart construction Site
Org. 02, see attachment 2.
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4.2.1 Project Manager

Regarding HSSE the Project Manager is responsible for setting the right culture. After the
Engineering activities have been finished the Project Manager will transfer to the Construction
Site in RLC (Qatar).

The Project Manager has overall responsibility for HSSE within the project and the
Implementation of this HSSE Construction plan.

4.2.2 Site Manager

The Site Manager is responsible for the HSSE Performance on site during the execution of the
work on the work site in RLC (Qatar). The Site Manager will be present at site in Qatar and is
responsible for:

• Implementing mitigation actions derived from the Land Road Transport Safety Case
• Ensuring that all sub contractors embrace HSSE policy values.
• Ensuring that the HSSE project requirements are implemented uniformly by all the
subcontractors.
• Make sure all the subcontractor Management Teams continue to elevate the importance
of HSSE matters in their day to day management.
• Ensuring that all Linde employees personally stay focussed on keeping HSSE matters at
the forefront of each day.
• Implementation of the HSSE plan for the construction phase
• Implemantation of the HSSE Training plan
• Implementation of T.S.T.I.
• Installation of an adequate Emergency Respons Team
• Pro active follow up of accidents, incidents and near misses
• Ensuring that the risks associated with the work have been identified and appropriate
controls have been applied
• Contribute to HSSE improvements in the execution of the work
• Promotion of Incident and Near Miss reporting

The Site Mnager reports to the Project Manager.


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4.2.3 Construction Manager

The Construction Manager is responsible for the co-ordination of the construction of the ASU
plant.

The Construction Manager is responsible for:

• Performing Management Site Inspection


• Controlling interfaces with sub contractor
• Review of all subcontractors to ensure competency to perform work
• Implementing SIMOPS procedures
• Pro active follow up of accidents, incidents and near misses
• Ensuring that the risks associated with the work have been identified and appropriate
controls have been applied
• Contribute to HSSE improvements in the execution of the work
• Promotion of Incident and Near Miss reporting

The Construction Manager reports to the Site Manager.

4.2.4 HSSE Project Manager

The main responsibilities and functions of the HSSE Project Manager are:

• Coordinate HSSE planning. Set up, implement and manage the HSSE program for all
phases.
• Evaluate and analyse the expected HSSE level of the installation according to quantified
risk assessments, where in comparison with the project HSSE requirements, goals and
acceptance criteria have been established. Communicate design requirements as a result
of HSSE analysis to relevant departments.
• Monthly reporting of HSSE statistics to PMC.
• On behalf of the Project Manager, review and verify critical aspects with regard to HSSE
in the project. Initiate assessments when found necessary.
• Provide assistance to functional departments in HSSE matters.
• Coordinate documentation, and when relevant, participate in meetings with authorities.
• Coordinate the HSSE efforts in the project, and monitor and report HSSE performance.
• Reviewing and approval of Subcontractors HSSE Plan (Interface document/Readiness to
start).
• Initiation of management review.
• Perform pre-start up audits of subcontractors.

The HSSE Project Manager reports to the Project Manager.


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4.2.5 HSSE Site Manager

The HSSE Site Manager is responsible for follow up of the HSSE issues in connection with the
construction activities.

• Reporting of weekly HSSE site statistics to PMC.


• Organise HSSE site subcontractor meetings (incl. minutes of meeting).
• Ensure that planned preventive measures are implemented, are effective and timely.
• Control HSSE inspection plan.
• Performing of adhoc and un scheduled Site Inspections
• Control Subcontractor HSSE Project plans

The HSSE Site Manager reports to the Site Manager.


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4.3 Subcontractors/Vendor - Co-ordination


4.3.1 General

All subcontractors are responsible for performing their work according to applicable HSSE
specifications for the PEARL GTL Project. This includes but is not limited to this HSSE
Program. HSSE is to be assessed also in connection with pre-qualification and requirements
regarding HSSE management.

Subcontractors and Linde Vendors (not on the list of Company Frame Agreement Vendors and
Company Nominated Vendors) will be selected in compliance with Linde’s SHEQ System. The
following procedures are to be considered:

• For Evaluation of Suppliers see Quality Management System Chapter 6 „Procurement“


(QSU Manual, Procedures and Work Instructions)

• Procedures for „Reviewing and Approving Manufacturers (Pre-qualifying Suppliers)“, see


QSU Management Manual Chapter 6 and 10.

The Procurement Manager shall ensure that all relevant HSSE specifications are included and
fulfilled for subcontractors. The HSSE specifications applicable will depend on the outcome of
the Sphere of influence assessment (T-4.095.307 Sphere off influence procedure).

4.3.2 Interface with Subcontractors

To ensure that all subcontractors have developed and implemented HSSE Management
systems, procedures and instructions according to Linde LE and COMPANY Project
Specifications a General Interface Template has been developed (T-4.129.877 INTERFACE
DOCUMENT). The Interface Document contains all requirements to get ready for starting
mobilisation and construction. If all items mentioned in the Interface Template have been ful
filled, the subcontractor may start to mobilize eg to start construction.
To control the readiness to start process a Readiness to Start Matrix has been developed. The
readiness to start matrix has been devided into two sections. The first section exists of 12
items, containing all requirements for mobilisation. The second section exists of item 12 till 40,
containing all requirements for construction.
As the construction phase has been devided in parts, different Interface Documents may be
necessary.

The Interface process is demonstrated below.


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Level 1 QS GTL

Level 2 JGC/KBR

Level 3 Linde LE

3.
Camp construction
Temp. Site Office
Soil Investigation

Mechanical contractor

LIN storage tank


Subcontractors

Instrumentation
Electrical &
Isolation
Rotating equipment
Static equipment
Camp Operation

6.

7.
2.
1.

Steel structure

5.
Security
Lifting

Civil

Each subcontractor shall submit to Linde LE a set of the required documents. Linde LE will
review and comment the submitted documents including a completed Interface document. If
necessary an action plan shall be added to the Interface document, demonstrating
subcontractors plan to meet the requirements. The action plan shall identify the schedule of
the excution of the necessary actions. Each subcontractor shall complete a Readiness to Start
Matrix and submit to Linde LE. After review and acceptance by Linde LE the Readiness to
Start matrix will be signed of be the Project Manager and the HSSE Project Manager (or their
dully appointed deputies). The signed matrix will be sent to the applicable subcontractor. After
receipt of the signed matrix the subcontractor is allowed to start its activities.

Within 60 days after signing the Readiness to Start matrix a Readiness to Start Audit will be
executed. The audit team compilation will be set before each Readiness to Start Audit.
Activities only may start when the readiness to start matrix has been signed of.

An Audit plan has been developed to identify further Subcontractor Audits. These audits are
the so called Compliance Audits.
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4.3.3 Managing of Subcontractors

A potential risk is the variety of subcontractors that will perform activities on the same time in
the same area. To manage and control HSSE performance of subcontractors, a systematic
approach is implemented.

4.3.3.1 HSSE representatives

Each subcontractor must appoint a HSSE representative. The HSSE representative will be
focal point for all HSSE matters. He must be present during the Contractor HSSE meetings as
representative of his company.

4.3.3.2 HSSE Supervision

Subcontractors shall supply HSSE Supervisors to a ratio in relation to the risks. A risk
assessment shall be submitted to confirm the HSSE Supervisors ratio. The minimum ratio
required is 1 HSSE Officer to 50 workers. In some cases deviate ratio's can be required from
subcontractors.

HSSE supervisors must be able to communicate in the same language with the workers in their
appointed area.

4.3.3.3 HSSE site subcontractor meetings

Goals: Cascade lessons learned during the project towards subcontractors


Participants: HSSE representatives and Site managers
Topics: HSSE statistics: past period and total year to day
Accidents, incident and near miss reports past period
Safety issue of the week
HSSE action plan (performance and status)
Frequency: Weekly

4.3.3.4 HSSE Committee

A HSSE Committee will be installed. The HSSE Committee will include LE's Project Manager
(Chair), LE's Site Manager, LE's HSSE Site Manager and subcontractor's Site Managers and
HSSE Site Managers.
Every month a HSSE Committee meeting will be held. The following issues will be discussed
during the HSSE Committee meeting:
• Overall HSSE Performance, including statistics and trends.

• Effectiveness of initiated improvements

• Monthly incentive award

• High and medium risks for the coming period


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4.4 HSSE Awareness Program


4.4.1 General

Establishing the right culture for safety is the key to implementing HSSE on the Pearl GTL
Project. Therefore Linde LE will participate in the IIF program, developed by COMPANY, during
the execution of the PEARL GTL project. The IIF program fully supports the concepts and intent
of COMPANY's Heart and Minds program.

4.4.2 IIF PEARL Leadership Academy Training

Supervisors working on the C2 ASU Construction Area will participate in the PEARL Leadership
Academy. The PEARL Leadership Academy is part of the implementation of the IIF Programm.

4.5 Communication
4.5.1 General

To ensure HSSE is communicated throughout the project organization, a formalized HSSE


communication schedule is developed. The HSSE communication schedule includes meetings
in which HSSE will be the main topic. Each meeting held, regarding the PEARL GTL project will
start with a HSSE topic (which will be chosen by the chairman).

Special attention must be paid to the great variety in languages, cultures, ethnics and religions.
During the execution of the project the official language is English. However, there will be work
forces who do not well understand English. Special means must be available to communicate.

Linde employees will attend in following PMC's HSSE meetings:

ƒ Site Interface/Compliance meetings


ƒ HSSE Site Subcontractors meeting
ƒ Toolbox Talks

4.5.2 Safety induction program

Each new employee or sub contractor will receive (follow) a Safety Induction program. Before
entering the Pearl GTL site, each new employee or sub contractor will receive a Safety
Induction from Shell (duration ½ day). After entering the PEARL GTL construction site, the new
employee or sub contractor will participate in Linde's Safety induction program. This Safety
Induction program includes the following topics:

ƒ Linde HSSE policy en rules


ƒ Project specific HSSE risks
ƒ Project specific HSSE rules

Reference is made to the Site Induction and Safety Training procedure (T-4.129.873)
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4.5.3 HSSE Committee meeting

Goal: Implement effective HSSE Management


Contents: HSSE statistics and trends
Pending HSSE issues
Results from HSSE site inspections and audits
HSSE performance of subcontractors
Participants: Project Manager, Site manager, HSSE Site Manager, subcontractor Site
Management and HSSE Management
Chairman: Project Manager
Frequency: Monthly
Minutes of meeting: Minutes of meeting

4.5.4 Toolbox talks

Goal: Safety Awareness


Contents: Actual HSSE topic
Chairman: Chief
Participants: all work forces
Frequency: Weekly
Minutes of meeting: List of participants

4.5.5 HSSE site subcontractors meeting

Goal: Cascade lessons learned during the project towards subcontractors


Chairman: HSSE Project manager of Linde
Participants: HSSE representatives and Site managers
Topics: HSSE statistics: past period and total year to day
Accidents, incident and near miss reports past period
Safety issue of the week
HSSE action plan (performance and status)
Frequency: Weekly
Minutes of meeting: Action list

4.5.6 Management Site Safety Inspections

The purpose of Management Site Safety Inspections is to review the implementation of the
HSSE policy and Management System and to demonstrate management's involvement in
HSSE during construction.

The site management safety inspections will be held according to the Workplace inspection
and Site Auditing procedure (T-4.129.858).

4.5.7 Safety Inspections

Safety Inspections are held by Supervisors of Linde and Linde's subcontractors. Safety
Inspections are planned. Observations are registered according to the Workplace inspection
and Site Auditing procedure (T-4.129.858).
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4.5.8 Independent Safety Inspection

On regular basis the HSSE Site Manager will perform Safety Inspections. Results of these
Safety Inspections will be registered in the HSSE Follow up system. Observations will be
communicated with all relevant parties immediately.

Independent Safety inspections are to be performed according to Workplace inspection and


Site Auditing procedure (T-4.129.858).

4.5.9 Total Site Safety Instruction (TSTI)

To ensure that all workforces are informed about the risks involved in the job to be executed
TSTI has been developed.

Based on a Method Statement and the accompanying JSA a Permit to Work (PTW) will be
issued for the job. Before the job can be started, the Supervisor shall conduct, on a daily basis
a Risk Assessment (boxes 1 till 16 on the TSTI form (see RISK ASSESSMENT T-4.129.854)).
The results of the conducted Risk Assessment will be shared with the workforces. After
completing and signing of the TSTI form the work may be started.
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5 Evaluation and Risk Management

5.1 General
During Construction phase risks will be managed in a structural way.

During the Construction phase, the following risk assessments will be conducted and reported:
- Construction Health Risk Assessment
- SIMOPS HAZID
- Commissioning Risk Assessment
- Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
- HAZID in respect to Road Transport

5.1.1 Project Risk Assessment

Project Risk Assessment will be performed before any site activity will take place and will cover
all activities that are going to be executed. The following PEARL GTL Task force members will
participate:

- HSSE Project manager (Chairman)


- HSSE Site Manager (MOM)
- Site manager
- Lead Engineer Construction

The objective of the Project risk Assessment is to implement in an early stage mitigation
actions preventing accidents and incidents.

Identified Hazards will be assessed and mitigation actions will be developed to eliminate or
reduce the risk to an acceptable level.

5.1.2 Construction Health Risk Assessment

The Construction Health Risk Assessment will be performed before the site activities will start.
The Construction Health Risk Assessment will be attended by the following PEARL Task force
members:

- HSSE Project Manager (Chair)


- Health Coordinator
- Health Coordinator main subcontractor

The objective of the Health Risk Assessment is to identify all health risks in respect to the
construction phase of the PEARL GTL ASU project. It shall include the health risks in respect
to living in workers camp in RLC.

Identified risks will be assessed and mitigation actions will be developed to eliminate or
reduce the risks to an acceptable level.
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5.1.3 Job Safety Analysis

For all activity that requires a PTW, a JSA's shall be performed. A method Statement will be
developed and will be used for the development of a JSA. The method Statement and the JSA
must be approved by Linde and by PMC before executing the activities. The JSA shall be
attached to the PTW and be available on site.

The JSA's will be performed according to the Risk Assessment Procedure (T-4.129.854).

5.1.4 Land Road Transport Safety

As Land Road Transport is identified as a critical activity regarding Safety, a separate Land
Road Transport Safety Case (LRTSC) will be developed. The LRTSC will include risk
identification, mitigation actions and procedures.

6 Planning and procedures

6.1 Planning
All HSSE inspections, meetings and assessments to be performed during the Construction
phase are integrated in the Construction schedule. The Site manager is responsible for the
performance according to schedule. On HSSE items he will assisted by the HSSE Site
Manager.

6.2 Procedures
For specific activities procedures are in place. The procedures applicable for the PEARL GTL
ASU project are listed in attachment 6.

For activities performed by sub contractor, sub contractors procedure can be applicable. All sub
contractor procedures are subject to review by Linde LE.
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7 Security
The ASU construction site is within the fences of the Pearl GTL location in Qatar. As written in
COMPANY's Project Specifications, COMPANY will install guards at the main entrances to the
GTL plot. Within the PEARL GTL fences Linde will implement a security organisation. Linde will
appoint a Security Manager who will coordinate the guards and who will be in close contact with
COMPANY's Security advisor.

The camp for the workforces of Linde is not within the fences of the worksite. Therefore Linde
will arrange and coordinate security of the camp site. A special subcontractor will be contracted.
Linde representative will stay in contact with the PEARL GTL Security advisor.

For more details in respect to Security see SITE SECURITY PLAN AND PROCEDURE (T-
4.184.627).

8 Environmental Protection
The Environmental Aspects and Impacts of the Construction Activities have been assessed. To
ensure that sufficient measures are implemented to reduce the negative impact on the
Environment to a maximum a separate Environmental Protection Management System will be
established (see T-4.338.492 CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN).

9 Social Performance Management and Sustainable Development


The PEARL GTL project is not only a great challenge from a technical point of view. The
biggest challenge throughout this project is the enormous amount of work forces and their
variety in cultures and religions. Therefore Social Performance Management will be
implemented and maintained. It assures that all reasonable achievable measures are been
taken to prevent any incidents related to the social welfare of the work force during the
execution of the work.

For more details on Linde's approach in respect to Social Performance see SOCIAL
PERFORMANCE PLAN (T-4.184.600).
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10 Implementation and Monitoring

10.1 HSSE Follow-Up System


The HSSE Follow-Up System registers all identified HSSE related activities and all action or
recommendations identified during observations (like TSTO), incidents, accidents and near
misses.

It is the responsibility of the Project Manager respectively the HSSE Project Manager to follow
up the progress of HSSE activities. For the HSSE Follow-Up System please refer to the HSSE
Program Overall (T-4.095.955)

10.2 Supervision and Monitoring of Work Activities


HSSE related documents (e.g. Method Statements and JSA's, HSSE Procedures etc.) are to be
reviewed by authorised personnel according to QPA 04.08. The originator identifies with his
signature the completion of the document. The authorised person has to review the document
with regard to the following aspects:

• completeness
• unambiguity
• conformance with criteria stipulated in the Department (Work Instructions, Review
Instructions)
• conformance with higher-level stipulations (legislation, contract, QSE Procedures and
Standards, etc.)

The review is certified by the signature of the reviewer on the document.

10.3 HSSE in Meetings


HSSE shall be a permanent subject within all regular meetings, e.g. discipline meetings,
construction meetings, and management meetings. HSSE subjects in meetings can be,
e.g. status of the HSSE follow up system, status of HSSE activities and implementation of the
HSSE Program and Plans.
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10.4 HSSE Reporting


10.4.1 General

All applicable issues regarding HSSE reporting are written in the HSSE Program overall.

11 Auditing and Management Review

11.1 Auditing
All issues regarding auditing and review are written in the HSSE Program overall. Detailed
audit procedure was set trough the document W-PE 0010 "Site Auditing and Workplace
Inspection". The procedure is including the audit schedule as well, and it will be quarterly
updated.

11.2 Management Review


Quarterly management review must be carried to assess its ongoing suitability and
effectiveness. The review process must check on how well the system is being
implemented and the suitability of each element in relation to the changing environment,
new legislation, project development, government programmes etc. Topics to discuss
include:

• The need to change policies and strategies in the light of past performance and of
changing circumstances
• Concerns of employees, contractors and customers
• Changes in the organisational structure
• The performance of contractors
• Corrective actions arising from the monitoring and audit process, particularly the
extent of repeat findings and generic control failures
• The resources needed to manage effectively safety
• Performance in meeting/ achieving the KPIs

Attachments

Attachment 1: "Our Commitments"

Attachment 2: HSSE Site Organisation Chart

Attachment 3: HSSE Procedure Index

Attachment 4: HSSE Action Plan 2nd & 3rd Quarters 2009

Attachment 5: Management Review - Process Description


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Attachment 3

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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Piwonka,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
38 0100 W-PE 0038 2.0 ISSUE Dennis T-4.219.659 AIR TUGGERS
Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
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Veenhoven,
43 0100 Q-PA 0009 5.0 ISSUE Dennis T-4.129.877 INTERFACE DOCUMENT
Veenhoven,
44 0100 Q-PA 0010 1.0 ISSUE Dennis T-4.129.878 INTERFACE ACTION REGISTER
Kuschel,
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Veenhoven,
46 0100 Q-PA 0012 1.0 ISSUE Dennis T-4.129.890 TOR HAZID LAND ROAD TRANSPORT
Veenhoven,
47 0100 Q-PA 0013 3.0 ISSUE Dennis T-4.184.595 LAND ROAD TRANSPORT HSE CASE
Emanuel CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
48 0100 W-PQ 1001 1.0 ISSUE Stanciu T-4.338.492 PLAN
Attachment 4 HSSE Action Plan 2nd & 3rd Quarters 2009

Objective Activity Deliverable Action Party Target Follow Supporting


Date Up By Documents
1. Welfare
Accomodation Camp Hygiene Monthly Inspections to Joseph monthly Stephan W-PE 0008
Standard Ensure compliance and Thomas Weidner
improvement
Recreation Inspections on the Binod Jha monthly Stephan W-PE 0035
Facilities facilities maintenance Weidner W-PE 0030
and using
Rooms Tideness Random inspection of Joseph weekly Stephan W-PE 0008
room's tideness Thomas Weidner
Substance Random testing for Binod Jha weekly Stephan Q-PA 0013
Abuse alcohol abusing Weidner
Communication Internet connection Binod Jha weekly Stephan W-PE 0030
Facilities availability Weidner
Monitoring the Continuous monitoring Joseph weekly Stephan W-PE 0008
food quality of food quality and Thomas Weidner
preparation conditions
in order to ensure
standard's compliance
NAD Mitigation Continuous Monitoring, recording Joseph monthly Stephan W-PE 0030
Plan implementation and monthly reporting Thomas Weidner
and monitoring of the cases requiring
tracking and
intervention
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Health and Prevent diseases Basic training for Joseph 1st May Stephan W-PE 0008
Hygiene spreadout personnel hygiene Thomas Weidner
Substance Random testing Random test for alcohol Binod Jha regular on Stephan Q-PA 0013
Abuse for alcohol with emphasize on going Weidner
drivers and equipments checks
operators
Heat Stress Ensure enough Permanent monitoring Joseph daily Stephan W-PE 0024
Mitigation quantities of of the quantity and Thomas Weidner
drinking water quality of the drinking
are provided water
2. Training
Training Plan HSE Training Linde and Contractor's Rasheed daily Stephan Q-PA 0009
delivery to personnel to get the Vellara Weidner
personnel training as per the
identified needs
Leadership Leadership 100% attendance Rasheed June 30 Stephan Q-PA 0009
Training training for Vellara Weidner
personnel
Incident Injury IIF Orientation for >50% workforce Rasheed June 30 Stephan Q-PA 0009
Free Orientation personnel attendance Vellara Weidner
3. Leadership
Leadership Senior leadership Site visits, accompanied Joerg Schuster monthly Klaus Q-PA 0003
Visits to carry out site by contractor's Poganski
visits managers, to be
performed on monthly
bases
Recognition of Apply the As mentioned in Linde's Joerg Schuster monthly Klaus W-PE 0046
Good Incentive document
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Performance Scheme Poganski


Consequence Apply the Just Keep the records and Joerg Schuster monthly Klaus W-PE 0039
Management Culture Standard make every individual Poganski
aware of the
consequences – apply it
as necessary
4. Communication
Mixed / Visual Prepare and carry out Emanuel quarterly Stephan 0100-Q-PA 0003,
Misunderstood Communication safety poster Stanciu Weidner Cap. 4.5
Messages campaigns related to
the as identified main
HSSE concerns
TSTI Review the use of the Josef monthly Joerg W-PE 0010
implementation, TSTI, improve where Reiter Schuster 0100-Q-PA 0003,
follow up and identified as necessary, Cap. 4.5
improvement in reinforce the
effectiveness application, carry out
audits on the matter
Toolbox Talks Follow up the Josef monthly Joerg 0100-Q-PA 0003,
effectiveness Cap. 4.5
Reiter Schuster
Ensure proper Discipline monthly Stephan
translation available for Managers Weidner
the languages spoken
among the task force
Lesson Learned Prepare Lessons Discipline as per the Stephan W-PE 0002
Learned based on the Managers occurrenc Weidner
recorded incidents and e
ensure proper
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the task force
5. Life Critical Activities
Road Land Road Review and update the Binod Jha 31st July Joerg 0100 Q-PA 0013
Transportation Transport Case Land Road Transport Schuster
Case
Follow up the Binod Jha monthly Joerg 0100 Q-PA 0013
implementation of the Schuster
recommendations of the
LRTC
Land Road Audit the Road Binod Jha monthly Joerg W-PE 0010
Transportation Transportation Schuster
Audit
Traffic Monitoring Monitor the traffic in site Binod Jha monthly Stephan W-PE 0090
as well as off site Weidner
Confined PTW Monitor the compliance Josef monthly Stephan W-PE 0001
Spaces with the PTW System Weidner
Reiter
for activities in confined
spaces
Procedure Monitor Compliance Josef monthly Stephan W-PE 0004
with the Confined Reiter Weidner
Space Entry Procedure
Audit Audit the Confined Josef monthly Stephan W-PE 0010
Space Activities Weidner
Reiter
Health and As stated in the
Welfare Chapter 1. above
Working in Poor Proper lighting to Inspection of night shift Josef weekly Stephan W-PE 0045
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Lighting be provided activities in order to Reiter Weidner


ensure compliance

Electrical Safety PTW Monitor the compliance Gunter Becker monthly Stephan W-PE 0001
with the PTW System (SAEP) Weidner
for working with
electricity
Procedure Monitor Compliance Gunter Becker daily Stephan W-PE 0014
with the Working with Weidner
(SAEP)
Electricity Procedure
Audit Audit the Electrical Gunter Becker monthly Stephan W-PE 0010
related activities Weidner
(SAEP)
Fall Protection / 100% tie off Monitoring and Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0020
Falling Objects reinforcing the 100% Weidner
Reiter
safe working at height

Lifting Inspection, Full compliance Travis Osborne daily Stephan W-PE 0011
monitoring and ensured trough Weidner
monthly W-PE 0010
auditing permanent monitoring,
daily random inspection
and monthly audit
Scaffolding Inspection, Full compliance Ian Rippey daily Stephan W-PE 0020
monitoring and ensured trough Weidner
monthly W-PE 0010
auditing permanent monitoring,
daily random inspection
and monthly audit
Excavation Inspection, Full compliance Jens daily Stephan W-PE 0003
monitoring and ensured trough Machatsch Weidner
monthly W-PE 0010
auditing permanent monitoring,
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daily random inspection


and monthly audit
Personal Inspection, Full compliance Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0005
Protective monitoring and ensured trough Reiter monthly Weidner W-PE 0010
Equipment auditing permanent monitoring,
daily random inspection
and monthly audit
6. Areas of Safety Concern
Manual Inspection, Full compliance Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0012
Handling monitoring and ensured trough Weidner
Reiter monthly W-PE 0010
auditing permanent monitoring,
daily random inspection
and monthly audit
Hand tools Monitoring and Full compliance Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0019
Inspection ensured trough daily Weidner
Reiter
site inspections and
Toolbox Talks
Powered Tools Monitoring and Full compliance Gunter Becker daily Stephan W-PE 0017
Inspection ensured trough daily (SAEP) Weidner W-PE 0018
site inspections and
Toolbox Talks
Machineries Inspection, Full compliance Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0010
and heavy monitoring and ensured trough Weidner
Reiter monthly
equipments auditing permanent monitoring,
daily random inspection
and monthly audit
Housekeeping Monitoring and Full compliance Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0025
Inspection ensured trough daily Weidner
Reiter
site inspections and
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Job Clashes Coordination to PTW coordination, Sebastian monthly Stephan W-PE 0001
ensure the follow up and auditing Kugler Weidner
identification of
hazards
generated by job
clashes
7. Environment
Hazardous Storage, Monitoring the Christina Maier monthly Stephan W-PE 0013
Materials transportation, compliance through Weidner
handling audits and inspections
Waste Segregation, Monitoring the Josef daily Stephan W-PE 0037
Management recovery and compliance trough daily Weidner
Reiter
disposal inspections
Auditing Monthly audit in order to Josef monthly Stephan W-PW 0010
ensure compliance Weidner
Reiter
Water Monitor the use Monitoring the Joseph daily Stephan W-PE 0046
Management and sources of availability of Thomas Weidner
water appropriate quantity
and quality of drinking
water
Housekeeping As stated at
Chapter 6. above
Pollution Noise Reducing the noise, Joseph daily Stephan W-PQ 1001
Control ensuring appropriate Thomas Weidner
hearing protection
Dust Appropriate reducing Joseph daily Stephan W-PQ 1001
measures in place
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monitoring Thomas Weidner


Spillages Appropriate spill Joseph daily Stephan W-PQ 1001
prevention measures Thomas Weidner
monitoring
8. HSSE Control Framework
Policies and Periodically Revisions and updates Stephan as Joerg Q-PA 0003
Procedures revisions and of the documents will be Weidner required Schuster
updates performed as soon as
identified as needed
Safety Districts Developed, Clear duties and guide Josef 31st may Joerg 5887-ON-PR-
procedure implementation lines will be set and 2009 HM-087
Reiter Schuster
and follow up of communicated to the
the Safety appointed District
District Owner Owners
procedure

9. Emergency Response
Emergency Follow up Monitor the follow up of Emanuel quarterly Stephan W-PE 0007
Response the procedure trough Stanciu Weidner
Procedure the emergency
response drills
Emergency Performance Attend all the Emanuel as Stephan W-PE 0007
Response Monitoring emergency response Stanciu scheduled Weidner W-PE 0027
Team drills and observe the
performance
Attachment 5
HSSE Management Review
- Process Description -
Scope: This guideline describes how the Management Review Process shall be performed
Purpose: - Report status of HSSE to Project Management,
- Enable Project Management to execute its tasks and fulfil its obligations
regarding HSSE in the project

Process Description

Review / to be prepared
Frequency Participants Agenda
Meeting by
weekly Tracking List LINDE 1. Analysis of
Analysis HSSE - Observations Tracking List (SOC, Linde HSEE Admin.
HSE Reports etc.)
- SOC Statistics
Linde HSEE Admin.
- Incident Statistics

regarding
- criticality
- follow-up / closure
Linde HSEE Admin.
2. Definition of further
preventive actions
("Preventive Action List")
weekly HSSE LINDE 1. Discussion of
Contractors HSSE - Observations Tracking List (SOC, Linde HSEE Admin.
Meeting HSE Reports etc.)
Contr. HSSE
- SOC Statistics
Linde HSSE Admin
- Incident Statistics
Linde HSSE Admin
regarding
- criticality
- follow-up / closure

2. Definition of further
preventive actions
("Preventive Action List")
bi-weekly Project & LINDE PM Review of "Preventive LINDE HSSE
Site Action List" regarding
LINDE SM
Management follow-up/closure
Review LINDE HSE
monthly Project LINDE PM 1. Evaluation of SOC LINDE HSSE
Safety Statistics
LINDE SM
Committee 2. Evaluation of Incident
LINDE HSE
Statistics
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Sub-C. SM 3. Definition of further


preventive actions
Sub-C. HSE
("Preventive Action List")
monthly Steering COMPANY Presentation of LINDE HSSE
Committee 1. SOC Statistics
LINDE PM
2. Incident Statistics
3. Preventive Action Status
4. Document Status
5. Training Status
6. Status HSSE Activities at Site
7. Further relevant topics (audits,
celebrations etc.)

quarterly Sponsor COMPANY Presentation of selected LINDE HSSE


Meeting topics of Steering
LINDE PM
Committee