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SUN PETROCHEMICALS PRIVATE LIMITED

Contractors Employee Safety Management System

For Baola&Modhera Fields

ANNEXURE R

Title: Contractors Employees Safety Management System

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

S.No. CONTENTS PAGE NO.

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Description ... 2

1.2 Objective 2

1.3 Scope 2

2. RESPONSIBILITY

2.1 Company's Responsibilities .. 2

2.2 Contractor's Responsibilities .. 2

3. TYPES OF CONTRACTS .. 3

4. MANAGING CES ..

4.1 Identify & incorporate CES during Tender Stage . 4

4.2 CES requirement during Bid Evaluation stage 5

4.3 CES requirement during Mobilization of Contract Employee . 5

4.4 CES requirement before commencement of job 5

4.4.1 Companys Responsibility 6

4.4.2 Contractors Responsibility 6

4.5 Induction and Training 6

4.6 PPE . 6

4.7 Hazardous Materials 7

4.8 Incident Reporting & Investigation 7

5. ACCIDENT / INCIDENT / NEAR-MISS . 7

6. REFUSAL TO WORK BY CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEE 7

7. CES MONITORING 7

8. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION 8

9. DOCUMENTATION .. 8

Title: Contractors Employees Safety Management System

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1. Introduction:

1.1 Description:

The term 'Contractor' refers to any individual or organisation who enters into an

agreement with aCompany to carry out activities include Operation, Maintenance, Crane

operation, Material handling, Cutting, Welding, Vessel Entry, excavation,routine

activities such as surface coating, vehicle driving, etc.

1.2 Objective:

To protect Contract employees, company's facilities, and local community while working

at site.Essential in reducing Accident/Incident and in maintaining a safe work

environment.

1.3 Scope

Activity pertaining to Baola&Modhera Field

2. Responsibility:

2.1 Companys Responsibility:

Companies have the duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974, to take all

reasonably practicablesteps to ensure the health and safety of:

Their employees.

Other people at work on the site, such as contractors.

Members of the public who may be affected by the work.

2.2 Contractors Responsibility:

To ensure the safety, & occupational health of his employees and others.

Provide a safe working place & a safe system of work on clients premises.

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3. Types of Contract:

Major Contracts

Contracts involving very large expenditure and a long period on

site. Examples include Plant Expansion, and construction

projects.

Medium/minor

contracts

Contracts with substantial expenditure. Examples include - plant

operation & Maintenance, Annual Maintenance.

Casual Contracts Contracts involving low expenditure over short periods

Labour hires

Contracts

Labour hire only with principal organising and managing the

work task. Examples include maintenance labour for shut

downs.

Restricted site access

Access to site is brief and restricted. Examples include visitors,

deliveries, office equipment repairers etc.

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4. MANAGING THE CES:

a) To identify & incorporate CES requirement during preparation of Tender document.

b) To verify CES requirement been addressed during Bid Evaluation stage

c) To check CES requirement complied before commencement of job

d) Monitor CES

e) Performance Evaluation

f) Documentation

g) Responsibility Matrix

4.1. To identify & incorporate CES requirement during preparation of Tender

document

Hazards associated with Work-over activity, Thermal Treatment, Well activation, EOR,

Oil storage &Transportation shall be identified & shall be communicated to

Contractor.Contractor shall agree to comply at the requirement before mobilization;Refer

Table

SUN Petro Chemicals Pvt Ltd.

Sub: Contractor Employee Safety Management System

Reference No: SPPL/HSE

S.No. Companys requirement Status

(agreed / N-agreed)

1 Contractor awareness about Occupational Hazard

& RISK associated with the Job

2 Medical clearance for all Contract Employee at the

time of Mobilization

3 Competency Certificate for Employee as desired by

Company

4 Mandatory Safety Training as identified by

Company

5 PPE requirement

6 Lifting Equipment Tested and Load Test Certificate

7 Cylinder & Hoses Test Certificate

8 Electrical Appliance Test Certificate

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9 Pressure relief equipment Calibration

10 BOP functional Test Certificate

11 Fit for purpose certificates for Rig

12 HSE management System

13 ERP document

14 Waste Management Plan document

4.2. Contractor Employee Safety requirement been addressed during Bid

Evaluation stage

Once Bid Offer is received, Manager HSE shall review the Cheek List to establish

that Contractor is complying with the Contractor Employee Safety Management

system.

If any deviation in the CES is observed, the Company shall ask the Contractor to

comply at the time of Mobilization.

4.3. CES requirement Compliance at the time of Mobilization of Contract Employee

Manager HSE shall confirmcontractor complying with all pre-requisites.

Any deficiency observed, contractor shall comply in a schedule time period.

4.4. CES requirement before commencement of job

4.4.1. Companys Responsibility

Manager HSE shall give induction Training to contract Employee.

It shall cover:

Company Safety Policy

Occupational Hazard &RISK associated with the Job

ERP

PTW

Uses of PPE

Working at Height

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Drop Object

Handling of Hazardous Chemical

Waste Management

4.4.2. Contractors Responsibility

Contractors have the responsibility to ensure that all employees are properly

trained.

Safety orientation should include a review of:

A safety and health Policy with clearly stated objectives

General safety rules and regulations

Identification of Critical Activity

Physical and chemicals hazards on site, fire, explosion, and toxic release type

hazards

A documented risk assessment related to critical Activity

A documented Control Measure for the identified RISK.

Emergency reporting and response procedures

A documented programme for regular inspections of all Safety equipment.

A documented process to inform contract employees of changes to legislation,

codes of practices, standards etc.

Periodical Training , awareness & Competency Evaluation

4.5. Induction and Training

A record of each employees induction training, ongoing training and health

surveillance.

4.6. PPE

Availability of all necessary forms of PPE

Evidence that persons have been instructed in the correct usage and maintenance

of the same

Documented procedure for the regular inspection of equipment and its

replacement when necessary

4.7. Hazardous Materials

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A documented COSHH assessment for hazardous substances brought onto site.

4.8. Incident Reporting & Investigation

A documented procedure for the reporting of all accidents, incidents and near misses,

as required by the company.

An ongoing record of all accidents, incidents and near-misses.

5. ACCIDENT / INCIDENT / NEAR-MISS

Occurrence of any Accident / Incident / Near miss shall be reported to Manager HSE

immediately (Company).

Manager HSE / his representative & Contractor Representative shall investigate the

Incident.

Action Plan shall be prepared to prevent /control deficiency in the system

6. REFUSAL TO WORK BY CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEE

Manager HSE / his representative & Contractor Representative shall investigate the

cause for the refusal.

If it is related to Safety & Occupational Hazard it is to be addressed before he is

requested to resume work.

7. CES MONITORING

Inspections and audits of the contractor Employee safety management system as per

schedule.

Inspection & Audit Schedule shall be prepared by Manager- HSE

Inspection shall be jointly by Contractor & Company representative.

Deficiency & Deviation shall be recorded.

Action plan shall be prepared for Corrective & Preventi