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PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules
























Prepared By Sim Mong Chai SAF TP Signature Date
Reviewed By
Ahmad Hussein B
Aliuddin
HSE Signature Date
Approved By Zakaria B Kasah PLM Signature Date
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TABLE OF CONTENT

1. OBJECTIVE ...................................................................................................... 4
2. SCOPE .............................................................................................................. 4
3. ACCOUNTABILITY/RESPONSIBILITY ............................................................. 4
4. DEFINITION ...................................................................................................... 4
5. PREREQUISITES ............................................................................................. 5
6. PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules IN BRIEF ............................................... 6
7. MAIN CONTENT ............................................................................................... 7
7.1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................... 7
7.2 TEN (10) SAFE LIFE Zero Tolerance RULES ............................................. 8
7.2.1. Permit-To-Work .................................................................................... 8
7.2.2. Energy Isolation ................................................................................... 9
7.2.3. Overriding Of Safety Critical Equipment ............................................. 10
7.2.4. Confined Space ................................................................................. 11
7.2.5. Working At Height .............................................................................. 12
7.2.6. Personal Protective Equipment .......................................................... 13
7.2.7. Excavation ......................................................................................... 14
7.2.8. Lifting Operation ................................................................................. 15
7.2.9. Ignition Sources ................................................................................. 16
7.2.10. Driving ............................................................................................ 17
7.3 CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT ............................................................ 18
8. REFERENCES ................................................................................................ 18
APPENDIX .............................................................................................................. 18


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1. OBJECTIVE
This document defined the PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules adopted from
MLNGs original 5 Safe Life Zero Tolerance Rules and PETRONAS 10 Zero
Tolerance Rules. These Zero Tolerance Rules are defined to ensure that all activities
are carried out in a safe manner and any non-compliance is not tolerated.

The PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules are to raise HSE standard to achieve
HSE Excellence and making HSE Excellence happens to minimize HSE incidents,
and prevent people from getting harm.


2. SCOPE
The PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules are the minimum mandatory Zero
Tolerance requirements that each and every employee and contractor working in and
visitor to PETRONAS LNG Complex (PLC) shall comply.


3. ACCOUNTABILITY/RESPONSIBILITY
HSE shall be accountable and responsible for developing and maintaining this
document.

All MLNG managers and supervisors are held accountable to communicate these
Zero Tolerance Rules to all their staff, contractor staff and visitors and ensure they
understand the need to comply with these Rules and the consequences of breaking
those Rules.

Full commitment and cooperation from all staff, contractor staff and visitors at site is
required to make MLNG a safer work place. All are to share a common objective and,
that is, each day everyone comes to work happily and at the end of each day
everyone reaches home safely.


4. DEFINITION
Term Definition
Zero Tolerance Zero Tolerance, a principle to ensure all activities are carried
out in a safe manner and any non-compliance is not tolerated.
Abbreviation Description
AME Approved Medical Examiner
CSDS Chemical Safety Data Sheet
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet
PTW Permit-to-Work
PPE Personal Protective Equipment
SSB/OC Safety System Bypass/Override Certificate
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5. PREREQUISITES
All employees and contractors shall have been briefed on PETRONAS 10 Zero
Tolerance Rules and Consequence Management for non-compliance by MLNG
managers and supervisors.

This procedure is to be read together with HRM SER 01Consequence Management
Process for Misconduct Cases and HSE SAF 31 Contractor Penalty Scheme

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6. PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules IN BRIEF




.

Work with a valid work permit (PTW) and comply with its
requirements

Verify energy isolation before starting work

Obtain authorization before overriding or disabling safety
Critical equipment

Obtain authorization before entering a confined space

Protect yourself against a fall when working at height
above 2 metres.

Wear and use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at all
times

Obtain authorization before excavation or entering a
trench

Do not position yourself under a suspended load

Do not smoke outside designated areas or bring in
potential ignition sources into manufacturing areas

Do not use your hand phone/walkie-talkie while driving,
follow speed limit and use your seat belt


Zero Tolerance Rules

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7. MAIN CONTENT

7.1 INTRODUCTION
PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules are based on analysis of incident trends in
the PETRONAS Group and aim to ensure that all high risk activities are carried
out safely.

Zero Tolerance, a principle to ensure that all activities are carried out in a safe
manner and any non-compliance is not tolerated.

MLNG employees, contractors and visitors shall comply with 10 Zero Tolerance
Rules at all times.

This, however, does not disregard other safety rules and regulations that are
imposed by MLNG

These rules shall not replace or invalidate MLNG other business, operational and
safety rules which are already enforced at our workplace.

All other safety rules and regulations shall be abided by at all times.


























NOTE
In MLNG the words Zero Tolerance shall not be condensed to ZeTo. This is
to demonstrate the leadership and commitment of MLNG management
towards securing the safety, health and welfare of workers and the
environment as well as to communicate with emphasis the seriousness of
non-compliance to all The PETRONAS 10 Zero Tolerance Rules which are
the minimum mandatory Zero Tolerance requirements that each and every
employee and contractor working in and visitor to PETRONAS LNG Complex
(PLC) shall comply.

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7.2 TEN (10) SAFE LIFE Zero Tolerance RULES

7.2.1. Permit-To-Work


Work with a valid work permit (PTW) and comply with its
requirements


You shall:

Commit to obtaining a valid permit/certificate and understand the
requirements stipulated on it;
Communicate the requirements to your work team members;
Comply with the requirements to eliminate/reduce the risks;
Consult when in doubt.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Ensured compliance to all requirements of the PTW?
Been trained and are competent to carry out the job safely?
Identified the hazard and assessed the risks?
Put in place appropriate control and recovery measures?
Communicated the permit and certificate requirements to your team
members?
Displayed the permit and certificate at the place of work?
Obtained the right tools and equipment and ensured they are in good
condition?
Obtained the correct PPE for the job?
Been briefed on the emergency procedure?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 02 Permit-to-Work System
PTS 60.2001 PETRONAS Group Guidelines for Permit to Work System
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7.2.2. Energy Isolation


Verify energy isolation before starting work


You shall:

Commit to verify the required lock out/tag out before work begins
and use the specified life protecting equipment to work on the right
equipment ;
Communicate and confirm on site that the equipment is correct and
that positive isolations are in place;
Comply with the requirements from approving authority instructions
and confirm that it is safe to start work;
Consult with approving authority and stop work when you sense that
something is not right

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Checked that the PTW and relevant certificates such as physical
isolation certificate, electrical isolation certificate and radiation
certificate have been approved?
Checked that the right piece of equipment or machinery has been
isolated, locked and tagged?
Secured any movable equipment or machinery which you are working
on?
Confirmed that all stored energy has been safely released?
Secured an individual or department lock at the relevant lockout box?
Ensured that all guards and safety systems are put back when work is
completed?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 32 Energy Isolation
PTS 60.2117 Energy Isolation Standard








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7.2.3. Overriding Of Safety Critical Equipment


Obtain authorization before overriding or disabling safety critical
equipment


You shall:

Commit to obtain authorization before overriding or disabling safety
critical equipment & do a risk assessment;
Communicate the risk associated;
Comply with the recommended remedial actions;
Consult and continually monitor the process parameters during
overriding duration.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?

Checked whether the risk assessment has been conducted and
approved?

Obtained an approved Safeguarding System Bypass/Override
Certificate (SSBC) certificate and a valid PTW before overriding or
disabling safety critical equipment?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 07 Bypassing of Safety Critical Equipment or Safeguarding
System
PTS 60.2212 Bypassing of Safety Critical Equipment














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7.2.4. Confined Space


Obtain authorization before entering a confined space


You shall:

Commit to obtain authorization before entering a confined space and do a risk
assessment;
Communicate the risk associated;
Comply with the requirements stipulated in PTW and Confined Space
Certificate;
Consult and continually monitor the conditions of the confined space.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Attended confined space entry training and been certified?
Been certified medically fit for confined space entry?
Obtained a PTW complete with confined space entry certificate and
checklist?
Been briefed on entry requirements?
Ensured gas tests are carried out prior to entry and as required by the
PTW?
Registered with a competent standby person at the entry point?








If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 40 Confined Space Entry
PTS 60.2105 Entry into Confined Space







IN AN EMERGENCY
CALL for a rescue team for assistance immediately.

DO NOT attempt rescue in a confined space unless you are trained and
equipped.
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7.2.5. Working At Height


Protect yourself against a fall when working at height above 2
metres


You shall:

Commit to fall prevention and protection by

checking for green scaffold inspection tag ready for use;
using body harness with double lanyard;
barricade work area at ground level with No Entry signs posted

Communicate to all workers on wearing full body harness and 100%
tie-off;
Comply with securing tools and equipment;
Consult with Work Supervisor on donning of body harness and
anchoring points.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Ensured that the platform has proper guard rail and access ladder?
Used only approved scaffolding with valid inspection tag?
Secured your tools and equipment to prevent them from falling from
height?
Ensured three points of contact is maintained at all times when using
the ladder?
Worn a full body harness with double lanyards fastened to a suitable
anchor point?















NOTE
When working above two metres

At the edge of a platform or other locations where there is risk of
falling from height OR
During installation of a scaffolding OR
While working on top of a ladder, if the job requires it

Wear a full body harness with double lanyard fastened to a
suitable anchor point

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If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 01 General Safety Regulations
PTS 60.2104 Working at Height

7.2.6. Personal Protective Equipment


Wear and use personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times


You shall:

Commit to wear and use correct PPE at all times;
Communicate the PPE requirements to your work team members
during the daily tool box talks;
Comply with the PPE requirements posted at site and stipulated in
permit-to-work;
Consult PPE instruction and check your PPE each and every time
before use.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Identified the PPE required for the job?
Been trained on the use of the PPE?
Been trained and are competent to handle chemicals?
Understood the chemical safety data sheet (CSDS) or material safety
data sheet (MSDS) of the chemical?
Read and understood the procedure for safe chemical handling?
Checked the operational condition of the nearest eye wash,
emergency shower and spill cleaning kit?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 54 Personal Protective Equipment
HSE SAF 03 Safe Handling of Chemicals
PTS 60.1502 Chemical Management Programme





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7.2.7. Excavation


Obtain authorization before excavation or entering a trench


You shall:

Commit to obtain authorization before excavation or entering a trench;
Communicate the risk associated;
Comply with the requirements stipulated in PTW and Excavation
Certificate;
Consult and continually monitor the conditions of the excavation or
trench.

Checklist

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Checked for buried services and other hazards?
Checked that the issued PTW is complete with Excavation Certificate?
Ensured that emergency plans and procedures have been put in
place?
Excavated manually using spade with wooden handles to expose
buried services before using mechanical equipment?
Ensured a correct shoring system is put in place with appropriate
underground protection measures?
Erected rigid signs and barriers around the excavation?
Provided safe access and egress to excavation trenches?
Ensured confined space entry procedure is applied for excavation of
more than 1.5 metres deep?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 42 Digging and Shoring of Excavation
PTS 60.2116 Excavation



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7.2.8. Lifting Operation

Do not position yourself under a suspended load

You shall:

Commit to preparing a lifting plan and obtaining a lifting certificate;
Communicate the plan especially on the risk associated;
Comply with the requirements stipulated in PTW, Lifting Certificate and
checklist;
Consult and closely monitor the lifting operations.

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Checked that all lifting equipment have been tested and certified by
authorities?
Obtained a PTW and Lifting Certificate?
Ensured that the operator, rigger and signal man are competent and
certified?
Ensured a lifting plan has been prepared and the lift is assessed by a
competent person for critical lifting?
Checked that the load is within the safe working load of the lifting
equipment?
Checked that the tagline is attached to the load?
Barricaded the area?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 50 Safe Use of Lifting Equipment
HSE SAF 51 Operation of Mobile Hydraulic Crane
PTS 60.2103 Lifting Operations













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7.2.9. Ignition Sources

Do not smoke outside of designated areas or bring in potential
ignition sources into manufacturing areas without authorization

You shall:

Commit to smoke in designated areas and obtain authorization before
bringing in any potential ignition source;
Communicate the risk associated;
Comply with MLNGs requirements on ignition sources;
Consult your supervisor on whether your equipment or tool is a potential
ignition source and continually monitor its use.

Have you

Been briefed by your supervisor on the safety requirements of the job?
Rectified or eliminated leaks immediately?
Ensured hot work permit is obtained and gas tests done before carrying
out hot work?
Obtained hot work permit before using engine-driven equipment,
vehicles and any other potential sources in process areas?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 01 General Safety Regulations
PTS 60.2123 Ignition Source Control



















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7.2.10. Driving

Do not use your mobile phone/walkie-talkie while driving, follow
the speed limit and use your seat belt

You shall:

Commit to making your car a No Phone and Buckle Up zone;
Communicate with passengers to fasten seat belt and do not drive until
all passengers are securely fastened;
Comply with the MLNG traffic rules and regulations;
Consult and continually monitor the conditions of your vehicles.

Have you

Been authorized to operate the vehicle and have a valid driving license?
Completed the specified daily checks and ensured the vehicle can be
operated safely?
Checked that the seat belts are available and worn by all occupants?
Secured all materials and equipment carried on the vehicle?
Adhered to all traffic regulations?
Ensured that the vehicle is used for its purpose?
Ensured that your vehicles engine is not left running unattended?

If you are facing difficulty with any of the requirements, consult your
supervisor before starting a job.

Reference:
HSE SAF 30 MLNG Traffic and Vehicle Rules and Regulations
PTS 60.2401 Land Transportation Safety Guiding Principles, Minimum
Standards and Key Performance Indicators










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7.3 CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT
MLNG employees and contractors personnel working in PETRONAS LNG
Complex shall comply with Zero Tolerance Rules failing which shall constitute
serious misconduct and may result in disciplinary being taken.

Contractors failure to comply with Zero Tolerance Rules can result in termination
of the contract and/or other appropriate action being taken.

Anyone found breaking these rules will be investigated thoroughly and if the
violator is aware of these rules, the failure to comply with MLNG PETRONAS 10
Zero Tolerance Rules shall mean that he/she has chosen not to work with MLNG
and shall result in following disciplinary actions:

For staff, up to and including termination of employment.
For contractors, removal from site and disqualification from future MLNG work.

For further details on the process on consequence management for non-
compliance to Zero Tolerance Rules please refer to:

For employees
HRM-SER-01Consequence Management for Misconduct Cases, and

For Contractor
HSE-SAF-31 Contractors Penalties Scheme


8. REFERENCES

PETRONAS Zero Tolerance Rules Guidelines
HSE SAF 01 General Safety Regulations
HSE SAF 02 Permit to Work System
HSE SAF 03 Safe Handling of Chemicals
HSE SAF 07 Bypassing of Safety Critical Equipment or Safeguarding System
HSE SAF 29 Smoking Policy
HSE SAF 30 MLNG Traffic and Vehicle Rules and Regulations
HSE SAF 31 Contractors Penalties Scheme
HSE SAF 32 Energy Isolation
HSE SAF 40 Confined Space Entry and Cleaning
HSE SAF 42 Digging and Shoring of Excavation
HSE SAF 50 Safe Use of Lifting Equipment
HSE SAF 51 Operation of Mobile Hydraulic Crane
HSE SAF 54 Personal Protective Equipment


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