Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum

June 30, 2010 Shreveport Convention Center

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum
Welcome and Safety Briefing Yesim Jonsson CP Category Manager

Forum Agenda

‡Welcome and Safety Briefing, Yesim Jonsson ± 9:10 ‡ Opening Comments, Dave Carpenter ‡Goal Zero, Life Saving Rules, Jim Miller ‡Lifting and Hoisting Standard, Rodger Simmons ‡Break ‡DROPS, Mark Price ‡Contractor HSSE Management Process, Mike McRill ‡Road Transportation ± Journey Management, Mark Chustz ‡Break (Lunch) ‡Feedback Session, Q&A, Jim Miller ‡Closing Remarks, Dave Carpenter 12:50 ± 13:00 9:10 ± 9:20 9:20 ± 9:50


9:50 ± 10:20 10:20 ± 10:30 10:30 ± 11:00 11:00 ± 11:30 11:30 ± 12:00 12:00 ± 12:30 12:30 ± 12:50

Shell Attendees
Dave Carpenter ± Well Delivery Manager Mark Chustz ± Drilling Superintendent Jim Miller ± Drilling Superintendent Mark Price ± Drilling Superintendent Rodger Simmons ± Completions Superintendent Yesim Jonsson ± CP Category Manager Mike Mc Rill ± HSSE Specialist, CSMP Steve Ellis - HSSE Technician Tom Ulrich ± Construction Superintendent Roman Esqueda ± Senior Road Transportation Assistant

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Opening Comments Dave Carpenter Well Delivery Manager .

Geologically Approx Loc Field Office Complex  Magnolia . Cost) Conversion to Development (PAD) D&C Optimization for Cost/Performance Water Management Development Pilots  ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ 6 . ramped to 7 E09 2008-2009 spud 65 wells Adcock & Bolan Began drilling southern AMI EnCana Operations    H2S Area? Deeper. H2S.AMI Shell Operations     2008-2009 spud 28 wells Majority of wells in J Block Average of 4 rigs. hotter   2010 combined 170-180 wells (budget) Shell will average 10 rigs D&C Challenges or 2010 & beyond: Safe Rampup & Improving HSE More subsurface complexity Hotter wells Well design (ECA.

HSE Incidents & Events ± North Louisiana Footer: Title may be placed here or .

Life Saving Rules Jim Miller Drilling Superintendent .Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Goal Zero.

Leadership Core Pack Final version 5 Updated 5/03/10 .

Summary ‡ Aim is to prevent harm to people ‡ 12 high-risk operations at work ‡ Consistent set of rules > culture of compliance ‡ Not new. for employees of contractors or sub-contractors. up to and including termination of employment for Shell employees or. removal from site and disqualification from future Shell work. Most staff adhere already every day ‡ Mandatory Compliance for work-related activities ‡ Applicable to all operations under Shell¶s operational and/or governance control Life-Saving Rules ‡ Minority interest JVs encouraged to participate ‡ Each reported non-compliance will be investigated ‡ Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action. ‡ Supervisors are held accountable to communicate and ensure compliance Slide 10 .

underpin all the work we do and are the foundation of our Business Principles ‡ Our Golden Rules ± You and I: ‡ Comply with the law. standards and procedures ‡ Intervene on unsafe or non-compliant actions ‡ Respect our neighbours Goal Zero means no harm to people Slide 11 . integrity and respect for people.Respecting and Valuing our People ‡ Shell General Business Principles: our shared core values of honesty.

Fact Goal Zero No Harm B 350+ Fatalities 2000 ± 2008 A Compliance with the rules would have saved many of these lives Slide 12 .

sub-contractors Slide 13 . staff. contractors. supervisors.Where are we? No Harm Goal Zero B ‡ We have 12 clear and consistent Life-Saving Rules ‡ We expect everyone to comply with these Rules ‡ We are investigating each potential violation ‡ We are holding people accountable: management.

alcohol in social settings and smoking in office environments are out of scope Slide 14 . do not use your phone and do not exceed speed limits Wear your seat belt Follow prescribed Journey Management Plan Note: Commuting.Life-Saving Rules ± what are they? Work with a valid work permit when required Conduct gas tests when required Verify isolation before work begins and use the specified life protecting equipment Obtain authorisation before entering a confined space Obtain authorisation before overriding or disabling safety critical equipment Protect yourself against a fall when working at height 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Do not walk under a suspended load Do not smoke outside designated smoking areas No alcohol or drugs while working or driving While driving.

the maximum appropriate disciplinary action will be applied. if a supervisor sets the conditions for rule breaking or fails to follow through if one is broken. maximum appropriate disciplinary action will apply.For contractors this includes removal from Shell sites and no longer working for Shell companies. If the violator is aware of the rule or required procedure through training. In addition. experience or communication. and did not comply with that rule or procedure. ‡ ‡ Slide 15 .For Shell employees this includes termination of employment. .Consequences of Rule-breaking ‡ ‡ Incidents and rule-breaking will be investigated thoroughly Failure to comply with any Life-Saving Rule will result in disciplinary action. .

‡ High-risk is defined as: ± all industrial operations ± see rules 1 to 9 ± for professional drivers under our operational control ± see rules 9 to12 ± all business driving in defined µhigh-risk road environments¶ ± see rules 9 to12 ‡ For violations in lower risk areas.Consequences of Rule-breaking ‡ The investigation will take into account where the violation took place. disciplinary action ranges from a verbal/written warning. ‡ For violations in high-risk operations we apply the general principle that if you choose not to comply. reduced IPF. you choose not to work for Shell. Slide 16 . suspension from duties. and up to and including termination of employment for staff. or removal from site and disqualification from future Shell work for employees of contractors or subcontractors.

communicate. measure and continuously improve compliance Slide 17 . application and consequences for non-compliance ‡ Ensure and verify all Shell employees and all contractors within your remit have been verifiably briefed ‡ Communicate.The Role of Leaders ‡ Know the Life-Saving Rules ± purpose. communicate ‡ Lead from the front and through personal example ‡ Face up to the hard people decisions ‡ Verify.

HR and CX are accountable for communicating the Rules and ensuring compliance ‡ ³« Country coordinates «´ Country Coordination Teams (CCT) led by Country Chair are accountable for one.Implementation ‡ ³Business drives «´ Business leaders supported by HSSE.´ Country HR is accountable for ensuring consistency in application of disciplinary action and CX support CCT in establishing an integrated message Timeline: ‡ July 1. 2009: Life-Saving Rules fully enforced ‡ March ± May 2010: Leaders to re-engage with employees and contractors (via contract holders) on where we are in our Life-Saving Rules journey ‡ Q2-Q4 2010: Ongoing engagement on the Rules through mini-campaigns Slide 18 . integrated country approach ‡ ³« HR and CX support.

or release you from your duty to comply with these Slide 19 . operational and safety rules in force at your workplace.Life-Saving Rules and other rules ‡ Golden Rules remain ‡ Life-Saving Rules are mandatory minimum requirements ‡ Any existing rule that duplicates any Life-Saving Rule must be replaced by the relevant Life-Saving Rule ‡ Other equally important job or site-specific rules should not be called Life-Saving Rules ‡ The Life-Saving Rules do not replace or invalidate the other business.

alcohol and drugs use) We are serious about following through on the consequences of rule breaking:    all employees who violated the Rules were subject to maximum appropriate disciplinary action up to and including dismissal we dismissed a significant number of employees as a result of non-compliance and will continue to do so contractors who violated the Rules were removed from site and in some  1205 Life-Saving Rules violations (~200/month) were reported globally between July and December 2009 Most violations in road safety (mobile phone use and speeding). followed by personal safety (working at height. complaint letters were sent to contractor companies   .Life-Saving Rules ± 2009 performance iolations Workforce ¥¤£ ¢ ¡   otal R ul.

Life-Saving Rules ± how we measure success Success is NOT measured by the number of employee and contractor dismissals Success is fewer injuries and fatalities because of compliance with the rules ‡ Shell had its best ever safety performance in 2009 with Life-Saving Rules playing a role ‡ Successful intervention in over 1200 violations has helped prevent injury and save lives .


Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Lifting and Hoisting Standard Rodger Simmons Completions Superintendent .

certification. . ‡ Leases. maintenance. Applicability This standard applies to work performed on: ‡ SEPCo well locations. and design of lifting equipment. or ‡ Right-of-ways.Purpose To prevent incidents associated with lifting and hoisting. and ‡ The competency and qualifications of individuals involved with these operations. testing. inspection. This standard establishes Shell Exploration and Production Company¶s (SEPCo) requirements for the: ‡ Operation.

Appendix E: Ten Questions for a Safe Lift

Lift Sponsor
When planning and executing lifting operations, the Lift Sponsor shall do the following: ‡ Use the Lift Categorization and Work Authorization Table. ‡ Ensure that the lift area(s) is: ‡ controlled to ensure individuals are safeguarded from entering the path of the load, and ‡ adequately sized for load¶s size and weight. ‡ Verify that the answers to Appendix E: Ten Questions for a Safe Lift are addressed in a Toolbox Talk. ‡ Ensure applicable lift planning requirements contained in this section are met.

Lift Risk Categorization Table

Onshore Mobile Rigger / General Lifting Appliance Operation and Rigging ( Combined ) NCCCO Equivalency Aerial Platform Operation ( manlift ) Gin Pole Truck / Auto Crane Operation and Rigging Powered Industrial Truck Operation Powered Overhead Crane Operation and Rigging Man-Riding Winch Operation

tears. Stored in an enclosed area to minimize exposure to moisture. UV rays and chemicals. Periodic Inspection .Are required to: ‡ be replaced annually and have a Certificate of Conformity ( CoC) available upon request indicating the sling is less than 1 yr old. undocumented inspections as follows: ‡ Check for defects such as damage and deterioration and verify is has current certification. ‡ should have a legible tag marked with the working load and certification and manufacture date and be inspected by a Qualified Rigger to ensure that the flowing does not exist: ‡ cuts. or abrasion.Prior to use the QP shall complete frequent. ‡Note: Any sling without a certification tag must be removed from service and recorded in the inventory. Logged into sling inventory list. Frequent Inspection . The sling must be re-certified prior to use. Slings must be removed from service if any inadequacy is found. ‡ fraying or bursting of stitching ‡ penetration of foreign bodies ‡ damage from heat or chemicals.Slings ± Synthetic Must have Frequent and Periodic Inspections. ‡Slings without a valid certification will note be used. and ‡ distortion or excessive wear of the metal eyes. where fitted .

Periodic Inspection .The QP shall perform and document periodic inspections as follows:: ‡ File sling annual inspection records and certification papers must accompany slings.Prior to use the QP shall complete frequent.Slings ± Wire Rope Must have Frequent and Periodic Inspections. Slings must be removed from service if any inadequacy is found. as load tested). The certification tag must clearly indicate certification date. Check for proper configuration (the lifting assembly and associated hardware. Certification of Wire Tope Slings ± Certification tags must list the following: ‡ Sling manufacture ‡ Working load limit ‡ Proof test certification number ‡ Sling length and diameter ‡ Date of proof test ‡ Rated load for the type of hitches and the angle upon which it is based Slings used to pre-sling cargo must bear a certification tag not more than one year old. Ensure the sling has current certification. . The sling must be re-certified prior to use. undocumented inspections as follows: ‡ Check for defects such as damage and corrosion. ‡Note: Any sling without a certification tag must be removed from service and recorded in the inventory. Frequent Inspection .

Sling Inventory An up-to-date sling inventory of all slings kept on location must be readily available for audit. length. The inventory must contain the following information: ‡ Certificate number ‡ Date of certification ‡ Working load limit ‡ Basic description of sling (size. etc. ‡ Name of manufacture / certifying test facility .

Miscellaneous lifting hardware All below the hook lifting devices and rigging hardware are subject to Frequent and Periodic Inspections similar to slings. Such as: ‡ Spreader Bars / Special lifting devices ‡ Chain slings ‡ Eyebolts ‡ Turnbuckles ‡ Shackles ‡ Hooks .

.Mobile Cranes During lifting operations the QO (Qualified Operator) shall not hoist a load over personnel. ( LIFE SAVING RULE ) Obtain a Safe Work Permit approved at the SEPCo Supervisor level or above for bypassing the boom kick-out. The tag must include: ‡ Date of inspection ‡ Person who performed inspection ‡ Unit or serial number ‡ Date the inspection expires Tag Lines . Periodic Inspections ± shall be documented as follows: ‡ Permanently affix a tag to the equipment showing that it passed inspection. and anti-two blocking or other safety devices.must be used on all lifts for mobile crane operations. Frequent Inspections .The QP shall perform daily and monthly documented inspections prior to use.

Gin Pole Trucks Frequent Inspections . The tag must include: ‡ Date of inspection ‡ Person who performed inspection ‡ Unit or serial number ‡ Date the inspection expires ‡ Inspect critical items such as: ‡ hoisting machinery ‡ sheaves ‡ hooks ‡ chains ‡ ropes . Periodic Inspections ± shall be documented as follows: ‡ Permanently affix a tag to the equipment showing that it passed inspection.The QP shall perform daily and monthly undocumented inspections prior to use.

Powered Industrial Trucks ( Forklifts ) and Aerial Platforms Frequent Inspections . The tag must include: ‡ Date of inspection ‡ Person who performed inspection ‡ Unit or serial number ‡ Date the inspection expires . Periodic Inspections ± shall be documented as follows: ‡ Permanently affix a tag to the equipment showing that it passed inspection.The QP shall perform daily and monthly undocumented inspections prior to use.


3. but only a Qualified Person can inspect slings. Tagged with the inspection date. Are my synthetic slings only good for one year or can they be inspected for continued use? 6. Slings that are at your location are good for the life of the sling as long as they have a current annual inspection and manufactures tag is still in place. Answers have been provided by the Document Custodian. Synthetic slings are only good for one year after the manufacture date. Do I have to pull test my wire rope slings yearly at my location? 5. Synthetic slings that have never been in service and have been stored in a warehouse. 5. Do I have to throw them away after one year? 7. Question Answer 1. hat do I have to do with my wire rope slings? Re-certify or just annual inspections? 2. Synthetic slings are only good for one year after manufacture date. 6. 3. The slings have to be inspected by a Qualified Person. hat do I need to do? 7. No. Do I need to have my slings third party inspected? 4. 2. No. nly the pre-slung slings require annual recertification. . Yes. Can you hook a stinger into an existing stinger to make a longer stinger? 1. QP¶s signature.Answers to Frequently-Asked Questions Slings The following is a list of frequently-asked questions regarding the SEPCo Lifting and Hoisting Standard. The preferred method is to get a longer stinger made. I have a set of pre-slung slings that have been on location for more than a year and they are out of date for the one-year requirement. ire rope slings used for everyday use (not pre-slung) only have to have an annual inspection performed on them. the QP¶s name. 4. and the load manifested to indicate that the sling is out of certification and have been inspected by a QP.


Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Break 10 Minutes .

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum DROPS Mark Price Drilling Superintendent .

Shell NLA Dropped Object Prevention Scheme DROPS .

Shell NLA Dropped Object Prevention Scheme Who are these guys? .

Political theorist .Ben Franklin (1706 ± 1790) .´ .Inventor ³«in this world nothing can be said to be certain.Author .Founding Father . except death and taxes.Letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy (13 November 1789) .

Let¶s add one other thing to be certain of: GRAVITY .

Want to take a guess now? Need a hint? .

³Theory´ of Gravitation In our business.Astronomer .Physicist . gravity is a LAW! .Sir Isaac Newton (1643 ± 1727) .Mathematician .Natural philosopher .

Breaking the law involves serious consequences: Onshore Gas 2009: 80 HIPOs from Dropped Objects Onshore Gas 2010 YTD: 67 HIPOs Two fatalities: Wyoming 6-24-2008 (dropped joint of DP) South Texas 4-6-2009 (Equip dropped from forklift) .

EP 2009-9039 ± Prevention of Dropped Objects Sponsor: Peter Sharpe Sets out the mandatory requirements to prevent harm to personnel and damage to equipment from dropped objects in the execution of Shell¶s drilling. completion and well intervention activities .

Requirements for DROPs: ‡ ‡ ‡ DROPS Lead for each location Systematic DROPs inspection program Worksite hazard management for DROPs: ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Tubular handling checklist Pipe clamps on forklifts Secondary retention devices Derrick equipment inventories Maintenance management Tethered tools used at height .

Requirements for DROPs: ‡Complete ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ register of lifting equipment Incident reporting using DROPs Calculator No-Go Zones Red Zones Forbidden Equipment & Practices list .

‡ ‡ .No-Go Zones: ‡ High potential for dropped objects Access controlled by PTW Physically marked off with rigid or chain barriers.

Gates across access points to: ‡ ‡ Provide additional control Increase awareness .Red Zones: ‡ ‡ ‡ Medium potential for dropped objects PIC is accountable for controlling access.

Slings wrapped around derrick / mast beams. Drifting stands of DP in the derrick. Hammers w/ wooden handles used at height. wire instead of engineered split pins or safety pins.Forbidden Equipment & Practices ‡ Home-made lifting devices (must have certification). grease tubes / guns. etc. Unsecured water bottles. ‡ ‡ Use of welding rods. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Use of hooks on winch line rigging or stabbing board. tie-wraps. .

Thanks for your attention! .

CSMP .Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Contractor HSSE Management Process Mike Mc Rill HSSE Specialist.

Contractor HSSE Management ± Why? Contracted work accounts for ~83% of total exposure hours and ~88% of injuries in Shell UA. . Shell must recognize and partner with Contractors demonstrating the ability to manage HSSE consistent with Goal Zero. To achieve an injury free workplace Shell and Contractors must be fully aligned in HSSE values and objectives.

CONTRACTOR HSE MANAGEMENT ± UA MISSION Connecting  Build relationships with our contractors Assessing  Appraisal and monitoring to verify that contractors are aligned with Shell¶s HSSE-MS and expectations Improving  Increase communication. expectations. performance .

Construction & Logistics Jimmy Schwing Ctr HSE-SD Specialist GOM Wells & La Onshore Mike McRill Ctr HSE-SD Specialist South Texas & Magnolia Jim Hiebert Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Wind Energy. Jones Admin Rusty Fralic Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Rockies Daniel Dupre Ctr HSE-SD Specialist GOM Production. Logistics & Production Denver Based New Orleans Based Houston Based Calgary Based . Geomatics & Geophysical Stephan Buffington Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Legacy.UA CONTRACTOR HSSE MANAGEMENT TEAM Jeff Edwards UA Safety Manager Jody Licatino Contractor HSESD Manager Lenda D. Stacey Kelley Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Canada Lead Wells & Projects Pierre Trottier Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Production Hana Necas Ctr HSE-SD Specialist Production & ISN FP Dale Suderman Ctr HSE-SD Specialist (Groundbirch) Projects & Production Fausto Barbosa HSE Manager (Brazil) Bill Wester Ctr HSE-SD Specialist (Alaska) Wells. Aviation & Env.

CONTRACTOR HSE MANAGEMENT  Applies to Mode 1 and 2 Medium and High Risk Contracts ‡ ‡ ‡ Contractor Provides Services at Shell Job Sites Contractor Provides Logistics Services to and from Shell Job Sites HSSE Risks Managed Under Shell HSE Management System or Contractors HSE Management System  Does not Apply to Low Risk or Mode 3 Contracts ‡ ‡ ‡ Contracts that Provide Material Only Contracts that Provide Off Site Services Contracts Designated as Low Risk .

Contractor HSE Management .

CONTRACTOR HSE MANAGEMENT  Low Risk Activities ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Mudlogging Fishing Drilling Fluid Services Directional Services Rentals Casing Cleaning Slickline Inspection Solids Control Chemical Treating .

CONTRACTOR HSE MANAGEMENT IS Networld ‡ ‡ Membership Required for all Applicable Contracts Dashboard Grade (Red. HSE Stats and RAV¶s 65% Minimum to be Graded Yellow Dashboard Reds May Require Variance to Continue Working for Shell Keep MSQ. Green) Reflects MSQ. Stats and RAV¶s up to Date (at least quarterly) ‡ ‡ ‡ Banding ‡ Color (Red. Green) Assigned Based on Assessment Score Takes Precedent Over Dashboard Grade Red Banding Requires Variance to Continue Working For Shell ‡ ‡ . Yellow. Yellow.

Magnolia 166 Total Contracts 122 Managed in CSMP 44 Mode 3 (no on-site services) .CSMP .

Audits.CSMP ± Contractor Assessments Leadership & Commitment ‡ ‡ Written HSE Policy Statement Upper Management Participation in Safety Meetings. Safety Committee. Incident Investigations Upper Management Held Accountable for HSE Results ‡  Policy & Strategic Objectives ‡ ‡ ‡ Yearly HSE Goals. Field Visits. Targets and HSE Plans HSE Manual Employee/ Supervisor HSE Roles Clearly Identified and Communicated .

Stds & Documentation ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Employee HSE Training Program Short Service Employee Program. Resources.CSMP ± Contractor Assessments Organization. New Hire Orientation Program Drug & Alcohol Testing Program Behavior Based Safety Program Management of Change Program Hazards & Effects Management ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Hazard ID Training/Hazard Hunts Job Safety Analysis Process HAZCOM Program Fitness to Work Program . Responsibilities.

CSMP ± Contractor Assessments  ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Planning & Procedures Written Emergency Procedures Preventive Maintenance Program for Equipment and Vehicles Equipment /Facility Inspection Program Driver Improvement Program Journey Management Program  ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Implementation & Performance Monitoring Workplace Hazard Monitoring Through Regular Inspections Employee HSE Incentive/Recognition Program Incident History Incident Investigation Process Corrective Actions Tracked to Closure .

CSMP ± Contractor Assessments  Auditing & Review ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Audits/Reviews of Company HSE Management System Management Monitors Closeout of Audit and Self Inspection Findings Audit Findings Shared to Prevent Recurrence External Audits .

Program Maturity. Incident History  Regular Interaction     Participate in Safety Meetings Monitor Improvement Plans Track Progress Understand Challenges . Risk.CSMP Magnolia ± Going Forward Prioritize Contractor Focus   10 to 15 Contracts in Each Area Based on Exposure.

CSMP .Magnolia Questions? .

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Road Transportation ± Journey Management Mark Chustz Drilling Superintendent .

DRIVING is also a certainty .Road Transport ± Journey Management Gravity is a law« Death & Taxes are certainties« In our business.

failure to yield Learnings from the incidents have shown: We need to ELIMINATE or CONTROL EXPOSURE to HAZARDS ....fatigue..Why Focus on Road Transport? 2010 YTD Magnolia 3 of 5 Life Saving Rules Violations have been related to Road Transport Mobile Phone Use & Seatbelts 1 of 9 HIPO¶s have been related to Load Securement of tubular Actual incidents..

Road Transport ± Journey Management 3 Main Take-Aways for Today Seat Belts & Cell Phones Community Interaction Load Securement .

Road Transportation ± Journey Management Life Saving Rules focus area Highest project level risk Community Interaction How does your company ensure compliance? .

.Pipe 0% Annual Progress 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Drilling Completions Production Projects 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Improvement Areas:  First Aid Kits missing in vehicles.Shell North Louisiana Transport Inspection Scorecard North Louisiana Vehicles Inspected Commercial Vehicles Inspected 101 Light Vehicles Inspected Shell Vehicles Inspected 0 Other Total Inspections Categories Scores 1 1 103 May 2010 Overall Asset Score 95% Inspections Completed & Percent Compliant 140 Driver Qualification Proper PPE Vehicle Safety Equipment Vehicle/Trailer Condition Arrival & Staging Load Securement .General Load Securement .  Spotter use while backing up on location.  Safety/Road Guard Vest missing.

Transport Manual Driver Safety and Professional Driver Safety .

Supervisors. Contract holders are responsible for requirement 15. passengers are responsible for requirements 1 ± 9.Driver Safety ± Minimum Requirements 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Purpose To manager the Risk of driving and transporting people and goods on Company Business Who is this for? Managers. Line Managers. Contract Holders. where applicable. GO GO Shell supervisors responsible for personnel who drive on company business. . and Drivers DRIVER AND PASSENGER REQUIREMENTS RISK MANAGEMENT OF ALL DRIVERS Drivers on company business and. and managers. are accountable for requirements 10 to 15.

or in public transport in which seatbelts are not available.Driver Safety ± Driver and Passenger Requirements 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Use three-point seatbelts at all times and make sure passengers do so. 'This is a Shell Life Saving Rule' . The only exception is for passengers in buses where only lap belts are available.

mobile phone) may only be used in Vehicles where permitted by legislation: ‡ in cases of Emergency and/or personal safety or security situations. send or read a text message. ‡ as part of convoy management. Communication devices (i.e. 2-way radio. ‡ radio assisted roads (calling Km¶s).Driver Safety ± Driver and Passenger Requirements 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Do not make a call or answer a mobile phone or pager. or ‡ during an Emergency or time sensitive operation when needed to maintain safe control of equipment or processes. or use a hands-free mobile phone device while driving a Vehicle. 'This is a Shell Life Saving Rule' . 1.

4´ minimum on trailer decks & 2´ minimum inside baskets and beds Tubulars .5/16´ grade 70 transport chain is minimum .Load Securement Paperwork Proper manifests & permits required for each load Securement System Total working load limit is rated for at least 100% of article weight Chains .ratchet-style binders only Straps .4´ straps every 10 ft over entire load .properly stripped & chocked Inspection Driver re-examines load & securement within first 50 miles & every 150 miles . ± ± ± ± RT Standard & other related documents IVMS information Journey Management Contractor Gap Assessment summary .Training & Resources www.

incidents/accidents and near misses. ‡ All contractors to complete RT questions in ISN (On Hold) ‡ Road Transport Specialists ± conduct on-site gap assessments with contractors ± conduct teach & train sessions with contractors and Shell staff ± gap closure verification ‡ December 2010 ± full implementation of Road Transport Standard . load securement incidents.Contractor¶s Assistance & Next Steps ‡ Ensure all staff has reviewed & acknowledged the 12 Life Saving Rules ‡ Reporting of all hazards. ± Includes driving related incidents. incidents with animals. etc.

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Lunch Break 30 Minutes .

Q&A Jim Miller Drilling Superintendent .Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Feedback Session.

Shell Exploration and Production Company 2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Closing Remarks Dave Carpenter Well Delivery Manager .

com .2010 North Louisiana Wells Contractor HSSE Forum Meeting slides to be posted at: http://www.uacontractor.

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