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Loss Prevention Policy

Accordingly, the Company will: Advise all employees and contractors of their loss prevention responsibilities and regularly measure their performance; Evaluate, identify and eliminate or manage safety risks prior to beginning any new operation or activity and continue to review such risks, complying with all applicable laws and regulations; Communicate loss prevention objectives and procedures regularly to employees and all affected parties; rain employees and provide resources to maintain job competencies, including loss prevention responsibility and accountability; !esign and construct Company facilities utili"ing recogni"ed best technology and practices to safeguard property and people; #perate and maintain Company facilities to ensure safe operations; $e%uire that contractors, suppliers and others adhere to the Company&s loss prevention policies, procedures and goals; 'repare for emergencies and other contingencies and respond promptly and effectively to any incidents or accidents resulting from operations; $eport all incidents, review performance and communicate progress; 'romote off(the(job safety and community awareness, and $eview and improve the Company&s loss prevention program and performance continuously) Manager/Supervisor Responsibilities * Establish and communicate safety rules and standards to all employees and contractors) * 'rovide appropriate resources, tools, and training for employees) * Award contracts using safety, health, and environmental criteria) * Conduct and document safety meetings) * Correct unsafe acts and conditions promptly) * Conduct routine safety and environmental inspections and tours) * +aintain facility emergency plans and conduct regular emergency drills) * ,nvestigate injuries, spills, and other incidents and promptly provide corrective actions) * $eview organi"ation and employee safety performance periodically and provide feedback) Employee Responsibilities * Comply with applicable rules, standards, and safe work practices) * Communicate safety rules and standards to contractors and coworkers) * +aintain knowledge of safety re%uirements, including emergency response action) * 'articipate in safety meetings) * #perate, inspect, and maintain facilities in a safe condition) * $eport injuries, spills, unsafe conditions, near misses, and incidents immediately) * Assist in incident investigations as necessary)

Contractor Responsibilities
* Ensure that contractor employees and their subcontractors are trained in company safety rules and are competent in their craft or skill) * Comply with all company rules, policies, and procedures) * $eport injuries, spills, unsafe acts and conditions near misses and incidents immediately) * #perate company e%uipment only with proper company authori"ation and certification) * .old pre(job meetings and other safety meetings during the /ob) * Assist in incident investigations as necessary) Report Incidents 0) ,mmediately report all work related injuries1illnesses or vehicle collisions, no matter how slight, to your supervisor) 2) ,mmediately report all fires, spills, and releases, no matter how small, to your supervisor) 3) ,mmediately report any unsafe condition, practice, near miss, or incident to your supervisor) Follow Safe Practices 4) #perators of vehicles shall comply with all traffic re%uirements, particularly speed limits) 5) All persons in vehicles shall wear seat belts at all times) 6) 7hen ascending or descending stairways, use the handrail and take only one step at a time) 8) Erect barricades1flagging around ha"ardous work areas, such as holes in decking and floor surfaces, trenches, road crossings, and overhead ha"ardous work) 9) :se only proper tools and e%uipment maintained in a safe working condition) .omemade tools are prohibited) ;) +aintain good housekeeping in your work area at all times) 0<) Smoking is permitted in designated areas only) +atches and lighters are prohibited in restricted areas) 00) Eating or resting is permitted in designated areas only) 02) :se proper manual lifting techni%ues, or obtain assistance or mechanical lifting aids when lifting loads) 03) All operating machinery and electrical switchgear shall have all safety guards, switches, and alarms in place and functional) 04) 7henever a safety device is removed from service and1or defeated, the appropriate supervisor and affected parties shall be notified, the device tagged, and the action properly documented) 05) All block valves on pressure relief systems in service shall be chain(locked or car( sealed open) 06) All fire e=tinguishers and other emergency e%uipment shall be in good condition, inspected regularly, and kept clear of any obstruction) 08) All chemical or ha"ardous material containers shall be properly labeled and stored) !rums shall be stored in secondary containment areas or on drum containment pallets)

Avoid nsafe Activities

09) Climbing or standing on e%uipment, piping, valves, or unstable surfaces >e)g), chairs or barrels? to perform work is prohibited) 0;) Approved fall protection measures >e)g), safety harnesses or scaffolding? shall be used if the working height is greater than 0)9 m >6 ft? from floor or platform level) 2<) $unning in work areas is prohibited, e=cept during emergencies) 20) @inger rings, wristwatches, jewelry, loose clothing, unsecured long hair, and other loose accessories shall not be worn within an arm&s reach of rotating e%uipment or electrical switchgear) 22) !o not apply compressed air or other gases to yourself or others) 23) #perating e%uipment having a -!AABE$, !# A# #'E$A E- >hold? tag is prohibited) 24) Ao work shall be started in any area or on any e%uipment without consent of the company person(in(charge) 25) Aon(approved electrical1electronic devices >e)g), cellular phones, pagers, and instruments? shall not be used in classified areas unless properly permitted) 26) .orseplay or fighting on company premises is prohibited) Protect !ourself 28) Approved hard hats without defects shall be worn in designated areas) +etallic hard hats are prohibited) 29) Approved safety footwear shall be worn in field operations, process areas, and other designated areas) 2;) Approved safety eyewear with side protection shall be worn where designated) 3<) Approved additional ha"ard(specific eye1face protection >e)g), goggles and1or a face shield? shall be worn where foreign objects may injure the eye or face >e)g), grinding, welding, drilling, or scraping?) 30) 'roper personal protective e%uipment >''E? prescribed by the Chemical .a"ard Culletin >C.C? or +aterial Safety !ata Sheet >+S!S? shall be worn when handling chemicals or ha"ardous materials) 32) Approved hearing protection shall be worn in high noise areas >i)e), 95 decibels >dCA? or higher?) 33) 'roper hand protection >e)g), gloves? shall be worn when performing tasks that may present a hand injury risk)

his section outlines general permitting and isolation re%uirements for the following safety processes in company facilities: Safety 'rocess ,: .ot 7ork 'ermit Safety 'rocess 2: Cold 7ork 'ermit Safety 'rocess 3: Confined Space Entry 'ermit Safety 'rocess 4: $elease of .a"ardous Di%uids or Bases 'ermit Safety 'rocess 5: E=cavation $e%uirements >Checklist? Safety 'rocess 6: ,solation, Dockout, and :se of .old ags >including Clinding? #ften these safety processes are related and used in conjunction with each other in safe operations) .owever, each work permit has a specific purpose and to ensure proper individual review and approval of these important activities, each permit type shall only be used for its intended purpose. Permit Procedure " #eneral 0) he permit $eceiver re%uests appropriate permit>s? from the permit ,ssuer >i )e), Supervisor?) 2. A joint site inspection shall be conducted by the ,ssuer or his designated representative and the $eceiver before the permit is approved1signed) 3) he issuer reviews permit, re%uirements for type of work, verifies re%uired gas tests, lists applicable isolation and other precautions per Safety 'rocess 6, -,solation, Dockout, and :se of .old ags,- then signs and issues the permit) 4) he issuer obtains approval and signature of other operations supervisors >,ssuers? whose operations may be affected) 5) he ,ssuer and $eceiver are jointly responsible for the safety of people and e%uipment in the area) 'eriodic reviews of the job site, including gas testing, shall be conducted) 6) he $eceiver shall not leave the job site unless replaced by another %ualified delegate who has been approved by the ,ssuer) 8) he $eceiver shall keep a copy of the active permit posted at the job site) 8. A joint site inspection shall be conducted by the ,ssuer or his designated representative and the $eceiver before the permit is closed) ;) 'ermits are closed by obtaining the signatures of both the ,ssuer and $eceiver) 0<) he original copy of the permit is maintained by the ,ssuer for a minimum of 3 months) Permit $uration * #ne >,? shift or end of job, whichever occurs first) 'ermit can be e=tended up to a total of 06 hours by agreement and signatures of the ,ssuer and $eceiver) ) ) ) 'ermit can be issued up to 3< days under certain conditions >i )e), no hydrocarbons present? by !ivision .ead approval: * Any unscheduled work stoppage and1or emergency condition shall cancel the permit)