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Part C Appendix F Doosan EHS Conditions

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  • Part C Appendix F

    Doosan EHS Conditions

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    Table of Contents

    Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1 Access to and Transport on the Site..................................................................... 1.1 Entering and Leaving the Site ........................................................................... 1.2 Transport to the Site and Hauling away of Materials and Tools......................... 1.2.1 Transport to the Site ....................................................................................... 1.2.2 Hauling away................................................................................................... 1.2.3 Control Measures............................................................................................ 1.2.4 Suitable Quality Products ................................................................................ 1.3 Private Vehicles .................................................................................................

    1.4 Motor Vehicle Traffic within the Site Area ........................................................... 1.5 Access to the Site and Working Areas................................................................ 1.6 Additional Access Ways...................................................................................... 1.7 Photographing, Video recording and Shooting Films.......................................... 1.8 Visitors ................................................................................................................

    Co-operation with the Contractor........................................................................ 2.1 Contractor's Authority to issue Instructions.......................................................... 2.2 Notice of Arrival and Departure............................................................................ 2.3 Construction and Erection Manager..................................................................... 2.4 Meetings............................................................................................................... 2.5 Determination of Working Hours.......................................................................... 2.6 Recordkeeping......................................................................................................

    2.7 Transfer of Labor................................................................................................... 2.8 Personnel / Refusal of Personnel......................................................................... 2.9 Language ..............................................................................................................

    2.10 Services to be performed by other Contractors .................................................. 2.11 Constructional Details to be fixed on the Site ..................................................... 2.12 Use of Erection Equipment belonging to Others ................................................. 2.13 Method Statements, Risk Assessment & Job Safety and Environmental Analysis.. 2.14 Interim Storage..................................................................................................... 2.15 Measuring Marks................................................................................................... 3 Site Facilities and Cleanliness of the Workplaces ...............................................

    3.1 Site Facilities ..........................................................................................................

    3.1.1 General ................................................................................................................

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    3.1.2 Fire Protection...................................................................................................... 3.1.3 Accommodation Facilities at the Site .................................................................. 3.1.4 Canteen and Shops ............................................................................................ 3.1.5 Buried Lines ........................................................................................................ 3.1.6 Aircraft Warning Lights ........................................................................................ 3.2 Cleanliness on Site .............................................................................................. 3.2.1 Construction Site in General ............................................................................ 3.2.2 Environmental Protection.................................................................................. 3.2.3 Workplaces ...................................................................................................... 3.2.4 Sanitary Facilities, Washing Facilities............................................................... 3.2.5 Waste Disposal................................................................................................. 3.2.6 Waste Disposal by Burning............................................................................... 3.3 Safeguarding against Theft and Loss ................................................................. 3.4 Pest Control ........................................................................................................ 4 Labor Protection .................................................................................................. 4.1 General ............................................................................................................... 4.2 EHS Manager and Inspectors............................................................................. 4.3 Subcontractors Obligations for EHS.................................................................. 4.4 Working Personnel............................................................................................. 4.5 Information, Briefing, Training ........................................................................... 4.6 Site Inspections................................................................................................... 4.7 Medical Facilities................................................................................................. 4.7.1 First-Aid Station .............................................................................................. 4.7.2 Registration and Notice of Accidents .............................................................. 4.8 Accident Prevention Measures .......................................................................... 4.8.1 Rights of the Contractor................................................................................. 4.8.2 Interference with existing Protective and safeguarding Facilities.................... 4.8.3 Escape, Traffic and Transport Routes ........................................................... 4.8.4 Safeguarding of Workplaces........................................................................... 4.8.5 Scaffolding ...................................................................................................... 4.8.6 Welding, Cutting and related Procedures (Hot Work)..................................... 4.8.7 Gases, Dangerous Working Materials, Flammable Liquids............................ 4.8.8 Man-made Mineral Fibers (MMMF)................................................................ 4.8.9 Elimination of Noxious Substances and Dangerous Concentrations of Substances .. 4.8.10 Noise of Work ............................................................................................... 4.8.11 Inspection of Tanks........................................................................................ 4.8.12 Transport Equipment and Lifting Gear.......................................................... 4.8.13 Radiotelephone Communications, Telephones ........................................... 4.8.14 Workplaces and Facilities Belonging to other Companies........................... 4.8.15 Personal Protective Equipment....................................................................

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    4.8.16 Procedure for Obtaining Working Permission.............................................. 4.8.17 Operating of Switchgear and Valves........................................................... 4.8.18 Ban on Drinking of System Water............................................................... 4.9 Radioactive Materials/irradiation Testing ......................................................... 4.10 Signs and Symbols ........................................................................................ 4.11 Alcohol/ and Drugs.......................................................................................... 5 Fire Protection ................................................................................................... 6 Electrical Facilities .............................................................................................. 6.1 Power Supply on Site......................................................................................... 6.2 Connections to the Power Supply on Site............................................................... 6.3 Overhead Lines and Conductors ............................................................................. 6.4 Lightning Protection ................................................................................................. 6.5 Electric Tools and Illumination of Workplaces ......................................................... 6.6 General Site Illumination .......................................................................................... 7 Various........................................................................................................................ Annex 1: Form Acknowledgement of Receipt

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    These Site Regulations cover construction, erection and commissioning work as well as the general construction site operations with the aim to attain the highest possible safety standards for employees and plant with a smooth development of site progress. The Site Regulations do not change the responsibility and/or duties deriving from the Contract. Subcontractors shall instruct his personnel before starting with the Works on the Site as to the contents of the Site Regulations and shall continuously ensure the observance of the Site Regulations by his personnel. This shall also apply to personnel who, by direct order of the Owner, work on Site. For persons working on Site the civil or erection works Contractor under whose responsibility they are on the Site or within whose scope of responsibility they perform, shall be responsible. All of these Site Regulations are applicable to all site areas including Project and related site working areas outside the perimeter fencing. However once the Project procedures and security arrangements are in place, for certain areas different procedures may be introduced via site instructions at the discretion of the Project Management. 1 Access to and Transport on the Site

    1.1 Entering and Leaving the Site

    Entering the Site or a partial area thereof is not permitted to persons without appropriate authorization of access. Authorization can be obtained from Contractor on application. Until further notice all applications shall be sent to the individual Project Site Manager. Once the access gate is established the procedure for access will be revised and issued to all Subcontractors via site instruction. All persons and/or vehicles entering or leaving the Site, including objects or materials they carry with them and any locker on Site are subject to search or other control measures by the security staff authorized by the Contractor or the Owner. Waiting on the Site is permitted to Subcontractor only for the orderly execution of the Works. Remaining on the Site beyond the working hours stipulated by the Contractor is permitted only for especially authorized persons. The stipulations of part 2.5 apply to work at night, on weekends and holidays which may be necessary. More details shall be stipulated by the Contractor by means of supplements to the Site Regulations (cf. par. 7) or within the context of a security guard's instruction being shown as an integral part of the Site Regulations.

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    1.2 Transportation to the Site and Hauling away of Materials and Tools

    1.2.1 Transport to the Site

    All supplies (materials, equipment and tools etc.) must be marked clearly and visibly and be accompanied by appropriate documents. The recipient as well as the contents of the shipments must be clearly recognizable. The recipient has to ensure that transport, handling and provision for storage of the shipment is carried out orderly and correctly without endangering third parties, the plant, the site equipment or the environment. The Contractor has to be informed prior to shipping and hauling away of equipment, material, etc. The exact procedure will be specified in due course. Furthermore, the goods which are considered as being dangerous must be reported to the Contractor by the recipient prior to bringing on Site. The control of hazardous substances transportation, storage and use must comply with the relevant Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations, the Classification, Packaging & Labeling of Dangerous Substances Regulations and the Road Traffic (Carriage of Dangerous Substances in Packages etc) Regulations. Deliveries should be made during the normal working hours on the Site. For special shipments and deliveries outside of normal working hours their time of delivery and unloading must be authorized by the Contractor. Simplified procedures, e.g. by means of permanent access authorizations for regular suppliers of construction materials and others, are at the discretion of the Contractor and may be requested from the Contractor (cf. par.1.4).

    1.2.2 Hauling away

    Materials, equipment, tools, etc. may be hauled away from the Site only upon approval by the Contractor. The chapter "Transport to the site" applies similarly to the return transport with the dispatching Subcontractor replacing the receiving Subcontractor.

    1.2.3 Control Measures The transport to the Site and the hauling away of materials, tools, etc. are subject to control measures ordered by the Contractor according to par. 1.1. 1.2.4 Suitable Quality Products

    Suitable quality products must be utilized which conform with local regulations pertaining to this issue depending on local legislation. Where there is doubt over the

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    quality standard of a product recognized standards such as CE, ANZS, Kite Marking, KOSHA or other respected global standard.

    1.3 Private Vehicles

    Driving on the Site with private motor-vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles is not permitted unless authorized by the Contractor. Private vehicles have to be parked in an orderly manner within the identified areas.

    1.4 Motor Vehicle Traffic within the Site Area

    Entering and leaving the Site with vehicles of any kind will be subject to authorization by the Contractor in separate rules to be issued. An appropriate request shall be made to Contractor. The traffic on the Site must use the construction roads and power station / plant roads and routes designated for that purpose. Vehicles shall be parked in the appropriate areas. Contractor will not be liable for possible damages or thefts. The rules of the local road traffic regulations shall apply to the vehicular traffic within the Site area. The vehicles must be in a safe condition, insured against liability and marked clearly with the entry permission. Maximum speed is 20 kilometers per hour, if not limited by further traffic signs. All vehicles that are to be used within buildings must be fitted with both visual (e.g. flashing yellow beacons) and suitable audible warning devices. Passengers, must not be carried on any vehicle unlessthe vehicle is designed for that purpose. Vehicles used on Site for conveying materials and workmen must conform to the Construction Regulations. For the use of cranes, tipper trucks and other high vehicles operating in proximity to overhead power lines chapter 6.3 refers. All vehicles must clearly be identified with the name of the Subcontractor it is used by. All vehicles includes heavy equipment / plant and must hold relative operators / driver license and insurances, which can be manually verified, test or conformity certificates must be issued / approved by the appropriate regulating authorities. The road traffic regulations and the speed limitations shall be strictly observed. In case of breach of the regulations, the Contractor may revoke the official traffic authorization. Gross pollution of or damage to the roads must immediately be removed by its originator at his expense. If the originator is not carrying out the cleaning or the repair in due time the Contractor may restore the original conditions at the expenses of the originator.

    1.5 Access to the Site and Working Areas

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    Access shall be kept free at all times. In case of potential obstruction, due to interference between erection activities and other activities these shall be brought to the Contractor's attention for a proper solution, prior to its occurrence. Access blocking is only permitted via strict coordination and notification of all parties at site.

    1.6 Additional Access Ways

    Access ways which may be required in addition to existing Site roads can be installed only upon agreement with the Contractor.

    1.7 Photographing, Video recording and Shooting Films

    Photographing, shooting films and video recordings on the Site is generally not permitted. Authorization must be previously obtained from the Contractor. This authorization must be presented upon request.

    1.8 Visitors

    All stipulations of chapter 1 shall apply to visitors, too. Visitors shall be announced to the Contractor. Special rules for visiting the Site may be issued when appropriate. A visitor induction may be necessary and presence on site shall be registered. When visiting operational areas, visitors must be accompanied at all times by a person who has undergone EHS induction training.

    2 Cooperation with the Contractor

    2.1 Contractors Authority to Issue Instructions

    The Contractor is authorized to issue instructions to the Subcontractor and their employees on Site with respect to the fulfillment of the Site Regulations. Instructions issued by the Contractor do not eliminate the Subcontractors obligation to meet his contractual requirements of supply and performance nor his responsibility of observing the applicable laws, ordinances, etc., in force. If the obligations enumerated in the Site Regulations are not fulfilled immediately or within a time period agreed upon with the Contractor, the Contractor shall be entitled to make appropriate arrangements and take measures at the expense of the offender.

    2.2 Notice of Arrival and Departure

    The Subcontractor has to report in writing to the Contractor four weeks in advance the personnel to be employed on the Site. A standard form has to be filled in with, for example, name, address, qualifications (if appropriate) and area of assignment.

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    With expatriate personnel, additionally, arrival and departure has to be announced. All immigration regulations are to be complied with and appropriate visas provided by employers.

    2.3 Construction and Erection Manager

    The Subcontractor shall, before starting work, submit to the Contractor, in writing, the responsible construction or erection person in charge and his substitute and give their contact details. Changes to these key personnel must be announced without delay. If one of these persons is recalled from the Site before the termination of the Works, his successor shall be named and familiarized with the Works on the Site before the replacement takes place. The transition period shall be agreed with the Contractor.

    2.4 Meetings

    The construction or erection staff personnel and other persons shall, upon request, attend the meetings laid down by the Contractor. Agreed actions raised during these meetings must be closed out in a timely manner.

    2.5 Determination of Working Hours

    The working hours are stipulated by the Contractor or shall be agreed upon by the Contractor. The person in charge of construction or erection staff, of the Subcontractor, will be responsible for observing the working time regulations. The Subcontractors site manager is required to be present on Site for a full shift with exceptions approved holiday periods or genuine periods of sickness. Other absences from Site must be with the prior approval of the Project Site Manager or his deputy. Under no circumstances must site managers absent themselves from Site or delegate their responsibilities during critical construction operations e.g. heavy / complicated lifts or vital commissioning of systems or sub- systems. Overtime has to be agreed upon, the proposed overtime has to be reported in writing to the Contractor prior to the start of the overtime. The Subcontractor shall be responsible for ensuring through the overtime approval system, that all employees working on the Site outside normal working hours i.e. on shifts or overtime, have been registered with the Site Security Office. Such identification shall be by both zone and plant identification, ensuring in the event of an emergency that the rescue services can locate and remove an injured party in the minimum time possible.

    2.6 Recordkeeping

    Reports as stipulated by the Contractor in the form of daily, weekly, monthly or other records of the employment of personnel, progress of Works, use of equipment, deliveries

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    of materials, man hours worked, accident records etc., must be done in time by the Subcontractor. If necessary the Contractor will issue sample forms. It is the Subcontractors responsibility to have the necessary copies filled in properly on time. Submit the reports at the times stipulated by the Contractor.

    2.7 Transfer of Labor

    No employee may be transferred from the Subcontractor to another Subcontractor without the knowledge and prior approval of both parties and following agreement with the Contractor. As a norm, there will be a break of six weeks between the resignation of an employee from one Subcontractor to the engagement by another Subcontractor. This regulation applies to all Subcontractors irrespective of their contractual responsibilities on the Site.

    2.8 Personnel / Refusal of Personnel

    The Subcontractor's personnel employed on the Site must be personally and professionally qualified for the duties assigned to them deeming them competent. The employees of the various companies are, in addition, obliged to ensure smooth co-operation with the personnel of other companies. Personnel that disturb peaceful labor relations, transgress accident prevention regulations or do not obey the instructions issued by the Contractor they shall be subject to disciplinary action. Costs incurred thereby shall be paid by the Subcontractor. The Contractor has the right to request the removal from Site of any person(s) that it considers to be not suitable. The Subcontractor shall implement health examinations for working personnel on a regular basis (pre-employment and regularly test) in accordance with the local countrys relevant Industrial health Laws. The subcontractor shall ensure all labor law requirements pertaining to the health and well being of their staff and subsequent Subcontractors staffs are met before personnel mobilize for duty. Evidence of suitable and sufficient health checking must be documented at site and produce upon request by the Contractor. At sites with established Medical Clinics / Site Nurses, documents are to be filed in duplicate within that facility and confidentiality legislation shall be respected. The subcontractor acknowledges that the cost of providing all health examinations for working personnel is their own responsibility and cannot be transferred to any other parties.

    2.9 Language

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    Given that the official language on Site is English or Korean, the Subcontractor is obliged to delegate Site supervisory personnel who are capable of understanding all instructions in English or Korean issued by the Contractor and of fully comprehending all other official regulations in order to ensure compliance with the same. A responsible supervisor having a spoken and written command of the English or Korean language must always be present at the workplace. Communication with the work force must be in accordance to local regulations and must be in a language understood by site personnel employed.

    2.10 Services to be performed by other Subcontractors

    When services are to be performed by other Subcontractors, the Subcontractor shall submit a relevant application for these services to the Contractor to co-ordinate the matter.

    2.11 Construction Details to be fixed on the Site

    If pipe supports, pipe holding devices, auxiliary structures for erection, etc., are being mounted, the Subcontractor requiring these construction details must on his own responsibility check whether these can, without undue stress, be connected to existing structures, buildings and other subcontractors supplies. Before such work is executed suitable Method Statements and Risk Assessments according 2.13 have to be submitted and approved by the Contractor and the consent of the affected Subcontractor must be obtained. The responsibility of the performer of this work is not prejudiced by the approval or otherwise of the Contractor.

    . 2.12 Use of Erection Equipment Belonging to Others

    Good will of co-operation and assistance between the Subcontractors is obligatory e.g. giving possibility in using erection equipment, available on Site and belonging to other Subcontractors. In each case, the user will take the full responsibility for the proper handling of the borrowed equipment. This also applies to the fixed mounted lifting devices of the power plant. The owner of the equipment is responsible for ensuring its satisfactory state of maintenance, and, where applicable, statutory inspections. The owner of the equipment must also ensure that the user is given adequate instruction on the safe use of the equipment. Equipment operators must still meet licensing regulations.

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    Drivers of driver operated cranes must be nominated by the crane owner and also be legally authorized to operate the crane.

    . 2.13 Method Statements, Risk Assessment & Job Safety and Environmental

    Analysis

    For Works with potential difficulties or complexity Method Statements and Risk Assessments have to be prepared by the Subcontractor and submitted to the Contractor prior to commencing the Works. Risk Assessments may be required in the Contractor template format, or the Contractor may accept those written in a format similar to that which is suitable and sufficient. Job Safety and Environmental Analysis (JSEA) may be required subsequent to Risk Assessment control measures requiring extra care. JSEAs must be conducted by Supervisors. All EHS Related documentation must be communicated to the workforce and verified as carried out and understood. In addition to this, the Contractor reserves the right to determine other work for which Method Statements have to be prepared.

    2.14 Interim Storage

    Necessary interim storage has to be agreed with the Contractor. It has to be competently performed.

    2.15 Measuring Marks

    Measuring marks must neither be obstructed by civil or erection work nor moved to another place. Any damage must immediately be reported to the Contractor. The Subcontractor performing the civil works shall correct the damage at the expense of the causer. Removal of measuring marks will be permitted only upon written approval of the Contractor and after previous installment of replacement marks. The Subcontractor is obliged to keep visual bearing lines free of obstacles.

    3 Site Facilities and Cleanliness of the Workplaces

    3.1 Site Facilities

    3.1.1 General

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    Before the erection of any temporary site facilities like accommodation, store, tower cranes, roads, etc. commences, the Subcontractor must obtain approval from the Contractor of the size, type, condition, location and services. The Contractor's approval shall be obtained before any facility is dismantled or removed from the Site. The Subcontractor's accommodation shall be reasonably identified with the Subcontractor's name. The Subcontractor must bring the information necessary to reach the approval in good time with the aid of a site facility plan, in order to ensure all the preconditions required are in place for the Works to begin on schedule. The Contractor will allocate to the Subcontractor an appropriate space for the erection of temporary site accommodation, storage or prefabrication area. It is the Subcontractors responsibility to prepare the area, including walkways for his personnel, to suit his requirements at his own expense. A terminal point for potable water and electric power will be provided by the Contractor. It is the responsibility of the Subcontractor to connect to these terminals in accordance with statutory requirements and the Power Supply Regulations at his expense. The legal stipulations in force must be respected. The same applies to the Subcontractor to whom the Contractor makes available already terminated facilities. The Subcontractor is responsible for the payment of all applicable local taxes, rates etc. All temporary buildings and facilities must be dismounted and hauled away upon termination of erection or commissioning; foundations and roads shall be removed without delay and the area concerned be left in an orderly state. The Subcontractor is responsible to hand back their area in the same condition it was provided to them.

    3.1.2 Fire Protection

    The Subcontractor must ensure that a suitable and sufficient number of operable fire extinguishing devices are within easy reach in his office, rooms, storage buildings, workshops etc. These devices must be regularly serviced and inspected by competent persons. No open electric or gas heaters are to be used on Site, and particular care is to be taken that heaters are not covered by drawings and manuals, causing overheating and creating a high fire risk in temporary buildings. All heaters are to have thermostats fitted. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) containers must not be kept within temporary buildings. The Subcontractor must ensure the routine checking of the devices and training of the personnel.

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    The Contractor shall be informed in writing of the placement of the fire extinguishing devices in good time before Works commences (see Chapter 5).It is the Subcontractors responsibility to fulfill all relevant statutory regulations.

    3.1.3 Accommodation Facilities at the Site

    The Subcontractors' accommodation shall be reasonably maintained and suitably identified with the individual Subcontractor's name and that of his site representative. The Subcontractor must provide, service and maintain sufficient shelters, mess rooms, sanitary conveniences and washing facilities according to the number of his employed personnel and general standards. Exceptions have to be settled in separate written agreements. The type and design of the proposed accommodation especially the mess rooms must be approved by the Contractor prior to bringing on Site. The Contractor reserves the right to reject any of the site accommodation if it does not fulfill the relevant statutory regulations. Where the Subcontractor fails to install and maintain a satisfactory standard of welfare facilities on the Site for his work force, the Contractor reserves the right to install and maintain such facilities at the Subcontractor's cost. If drinking water points on Site are provided, they must be marked 'Drinking Water'. No camping, caravanning and other such accommodations shall be set up on the Site. Overnight stays on the Site are not permitted.

    3.1.4 Canteen and Shops

    The installation and operation of a canteen or shop on the Site requires agreement with the Contractor. If a canteen is provided the canteen rules must be displayed, and observed by the users. Where approval for a site canteen or shop is given, such facility must be maintained in full compliance with relevant Safety, Health, Welfare and Hygiene Regulations and approvals.

    3.1.5 Buried Lines

    Various kinds of buried cables and pipes may exist on the Site and in the general locality. Damages to the lines may present danger and cause failure of important installations. Only the Subcontractor appointed for this purpose by the Contractor is permitted to carry out any special excavating work as well as driving of piles, iron anchors etc.

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    No on site excavation shall be made without specific permission (Permit to work) from the Contractor. Prior to the commencement of any excavation work, the position of all underground services must be established. The work in the vicinity of underground services, and method of excavation, is subject to the approval of the Contractor. Where the ground, weather or nature of the work is such that a collapse of earth may occur, suitable and sufficient shoring materials and supports must be provided as required by the Statutory Provisions. Due to danger to and from underground services the driving of any item into the ground is classified as an excavation. These works will be carried out at the expense of the initiator. To ensure that all staff and Subcontractors are clearly aware of the risks of electric shock from excavation works and working beneath live overhead lines as detailed in section 6.3, this special permit system has been established.

    3.1.6 Aircraft Warning Lights

    In agreement with the Contractor, the Subcontractor shall for his Works take all necessary aircraft warning measures on temporarily installed equipment / lifting gear and on tall structures during their erection if applicable by local aviation regulations.

    3.2 Cleanliness on Site

    3.2.1 Construction Site in General

    Throughout the period of construction the Subcontractor shall maintain the area of his operation in a clean, tidy and safe condition and shall arrange his material in an orderly manner. All rubbish, packing material (if not other wise instructed by the Contractor) etc. shall be systematically cleared from the working areas and removed from Site at the Subcontractors expense and, if not removed directly from the Site, rubbish may be removed to a collection area agreed with the Contractor for limited storage only prior to final removal by the Subcontractor from Site. The Subcontractor must ensure that he is not causing any illegal environmental impact. Any gross defilement which the Subcontractor or his Subcontractor causes to the roads as well as to the general accesses, staircases and completed rooms, areas or installed equipment of the project site must be removed immediately. If a Subcontractor fails to meet the obligations above, the Contractor reserve the right to employ a cleaning team to make good any areas and costs shall be conveyed to the respective Subcontractor. This must not be treated as a service and it does not relieve the Subcontractor of his responsibilities to ensure a clean safe workplace.

    3.2.2 Environmental Protection

    Environmental management of the highest standard is required of the Subcontractor.

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    Protection of the environment must form an integral part of the line management control of the Site construction works. The Subcontractor must comply with the environmental protection requirements of the Site Environmental Management Plan and any other relevant regulations. Compliance with the provision of the above mentioned shall not relieve the Subcontractor of his environmental responsibilities or of any obligation imposed on him by any Regulations. Method Statements and other EHS related documentation should consider and implement Environmental control measures and actions required. 3.2.3 Workplaces

    The Subcontractor shall keep in an orderly condition his construction and working areas as well as stores and workshops, etc. and shall, at least once a week, carry out a thorough cleaning action. In addition the above where work generates excessive waste/ debris it should be cleaned as work progresses. Erection material must be deposited orderly and safely. If the Subcontractor fails in his obligation to effects the required conditions, the Contractor may take such measures to remedy the conditions at the expense of the Subcontractor. In the event of these measures being taken, the loss of tools, materials or other losses cannot be claimed.

    3.2.4 Sanitary Facilities, Washing Facilities

    It is not permissible to foul the site facilities or the Site area by defecating or by any other means. The Subcontractor must ensure that his personnel use the temporarily installed sanitary facilities on the Site. The use of washrooms and toilet facilities which are part of the final equipment of the power plant buildings is not permitted. The sanitary facilities must be reasonably accessible from all workplaces on Site, and must be under cover and partitioned from each other, have a door with lock, be ventilated and be provided with lighting. They must not open directly into workrooms or mess rooms. They must be kept clean and must be of adequate size, configuration and number in order to service the number of employees within the Subcontractors employ and satisfy local regulations. Oil or chemicals must not be drained into these facilities, as they will damage the sewage water treatment plant. In the case of damage of the sewage water treatment plant due to such circumstances the originator has to repair the damage done at his expense and to bear the costs for any necessary associated work.

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    In the event that the originator cannot be traced the repair will be charged accordingly to each subcontractor on Site. In cases where sewage and waste water cannot be linked directly to the mains services, waste must be contained within holding tanks, leach drains and soak away pits are not permitted unless local regulations and permissions from local authorities are in place. At projects where sewage treatment plants are established, they must be suitably designed and constructed to accommodate the number of personnel they are to service. Prior approval must be obtained before installation by the Contractor.

    3.2.5 Waste Disposal

    No dangerous or noxious waste products, chemicals or materials shall be disposed of, on or off the Site without the Contractor' s approval. Oils, greases, wastewater, sewage, etc., must not be drained off into drainage pits or into the soil. They must be collected in receptacles and hauled away to existing waste disposal facilities approved by local authorities, with applicable regulations being adhered to. The Subcontractor shall construct and maintain a temporary site waste system for his area. The installation must be approved by the Contractor. Refuse or clippings of pipes, metal sheet, anchoring irons, weld refuse, cables, etc., must be collected at minimum twice a week and deposited at places agreed with the Contractor. Rubble from building work, planking, refuse must be carried daily to a refuse tip. Crating materials such as chests, boards, wood wool, paper, plastic foil, etc., must immediately be removed from the place of unpacking and disposed of. Waste from meals, paper bags, bottles, etc. must be collected in closed receptacles and carried away daily. If the Subcontractor fails in his obligation to affect the required waste disposal service, the Contractor may take such measures as are necessary to make good at the expense of the Subcontractor.

    3.2.6 Waste Disposal by Burning The burning of rubbish, oils and other waste material on the Project is prohibited.

    3.3 Safeguarding against Theft and Loss

    The Subcontractor shall take sufficient precautions against theft and loss of his own objects as well as of objects furnished by others, e.g. erection equipment and tools.

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    The Subcontractor shall ensure for himself the administrative settlement of thefts. The Contractor must be advised in writing.

    3.4 Pest Control

    If vermin disinfection is required on the site facilities and workplaces assigned to the Subcontractor it must be carried out by himself at his own expense. Agreement with the Contractor is required.

    4 Labor Protection

    4.1 General

    Within his works the Subcontractor will be responsible to carry out all necessary steps for accident prevention and labor protection in accordance with the legal stipulations and contractual conditions. To prevent accidents, appropriate facilities and arrangements must be provided and actions taken in accordance with the EHS Regulations at work and other relevant EHS legislation applicable to this type of work. Any representative of the Contractor will have authority to stop the Works if, in his opinion, it is necessary in the interests of EHS. If the Subcontractor performs his Works at the same time and place as another contractor, protective measures have to be taken immediately to avoid risks to others. If the protection aim cannot be attained or other persons would be considerably impeded, a decision must be obtained from the Contractor.

    4.2 EHS Manager and Safety Inspectors

    The Subcontractor shall appoint a competent EHS Manager (Fluent in spoken and written English of Korean) to the project to ensure Contractor understand their individual roles and responsibilities to ensure compliance with all aspects of EHS. The ratios of EHS Managers and Inspectors are detailed in the table below as a guide, certain countries will specify other ratios but the table states a minimum standard of Contractor is willing to accept.

    Subcontractors EHS Manager will be the contact person for Contractor with respect to EHS (such as but not limited to participation on site safety walks, safety meetings, incident reporting & investigation). Contractors EHS Manager shall be competent (by both qualification and experience) to advise the Contractor on the requirements for the safe execution of the work (incl. implementing their own EHS Plan together with the Contractors EHS Plan and Project Instructions. Furthermore assisting Contractor in the preparation of method statements and risk assessments, toolbox talks and training on the job). The Safety Inspector(s) appointed shall also be responsible for ensuring Contractor

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    understanding and compliance with all appropriate statutory requirements and for promoting a safe working environment. The EHS Inspector shall be normally fulltime delegated for EHS concerns only. Number of Employees of Subcontractor and its Subcontractors

    EHS Manager Safety Inspectors

    1~19 EHS Manager shall be available at company offices to come to site in on short notice

    1

    20~70 1 1 71~140 1 2 141~210 1 3 *For every 70 workers above 210 add one Safety Inspector For all prospective candidates under this Section, CVs shall be issued to Contractor for review 6 weeks prior to appointment to the project. The Contractor reserves the right to reject the proposed candidates. Any exception to this rule will be at the sole discretion of the Contractor. 4.3 Subcontractors Obligations for EHS

    The Subcontractor has to submit his Site EHS Plan for the Site to the Contractor prior to commencing Works on Site. Spontaneous Subcontractors (Short individual tasks) may not be required to submit full EHS Plans however, Safe Systems of Work with detailed arrangements must still be documented in the form of a method statement and risk assessment. The relevant Method Statements for commencement of the Works as well as risk assessment studies shall be attached to the Safety Plan (to be supplemented by additional necessary documentation as the Works progress). In addition the Subontractor shall be responsible for maintaining a current data base relating to the Subcontractors Hazardous substances. The statutory requirements on the Subcontractor remain unaffected by any measures taken by the Contractor to promote good Health & Safety and Environmental conditions at Site. The Subcontractor shall ensure that all Safety and Industrial Hygiene equipment is properly maintained and suitably tested, it is always in a serviceable condition and that the Sub Contractor's personnel and respective further Sub Contractors' personnel are instructed, trained, supervised and, where required, certified in the use of such equipment. Such equipment shall comply with all applicable laws, rules, standards and

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    regulations. In the event of any inconsistency between any applicable laws, rules, standards and regulations, the more rigorous requirement shall apply. If the Subcontractor requests additional storage of material, equipment, installation, disassemble or demolition, The Contractor may provide where available these as a service to the Subcontractor. The material, labor and expense costs associated with these shall be charged to the Subcontractor or deducted from this contract payments / sum.

    4.4 Working Personnel

    Each person working on Site shall support all measures for accident prevention. In particular, they are obliged to follow instructions aimed at accident prevention and to reject instructions which are prejudicial to EHS. The personnel working on Site may only use facilities for the purpose they are designed for unless otherwise advised by the Contractor. If the personnel observe that a facility within the Subcontractor's area of competence is not faultless from the safety point of view, they shall immediately eliminate this deficiency. Otherwise they must provisionally safeguard the danger spot and immediately report the deficiency to their superiors. In the event of accidents or of a general danger and distress, everyone has the duty to provide help to the extent that is necessary and can, in the circumstances, be expected from him, in particular without running any considerable personal risk nor neglecting other important duties or responsibilities. If a Site Emergency Rescue Team is formed, the Subcontractor is obliged to participate in co-operation with the Contractor, and furthermore nominate personnel if requested for necessary training to establish the response team competency.

    4.5 Information, Briefing, Training

    The personnel of the Subcontractor must be briefed via pre start talks when the Works begin and at regular intervals, to the effect and risks deriving from their activities as well as on steps taken for their prevention and control. These briefings shall be documented. The Contractor may stipulate the intervals for such briefings and suggest subject matter. In addition each person working on Site should endeavor to inform himself before start of work and succeeding thereafter about local conditions, regulations applicable to the Site and respective instructions. The basic requirements that apply to all power tools/ equipment may be summarized as follows: All power tools and equipment will be of approved type, suitable for the works to be carried out and subject to regular inspections and proper maintenance.

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    All persons required to use power tools or equipment must: - have been sufficiently trained for the work being carried out, or for the machine in question - have been sufficiently instructed in the dangers and precautions, the guards and other safety devices connected with that machine - understand the requirements of the appropriate regulations. If the Contractor invites persons or groups of persons to assist at appropriate meetings, the personnel must be given an opportunity to assist, and assistance must be made compulsory.

    4.6 Site Inspections The Contractor carries out site inspections.

    A relevant invitation in good time from the Contractor makes participation of the Subcontractors representative obligatory.

    4.7 Medical Facilities

    4.7.1 First-Aid Station

    The Contractor will provide a first-aid station with an industrial nurse where deemed necessary. In certain cases other facilities may be available via existing services and may be used as an alternative given written agreement. The maintenance of a first-aid station and arrangements concerning the reporting of accidents and the rescue service will not relieve the Subcontractor from being bound to provide first-aid by themselves or from ensuring that injured and sick persons are cared for. He must follow the current EHS (First Aid) Regulations. For guidance upon ration of first aiders within their workforce and ensure suitable coverage is available. The names of first-aid staff and medical personnel are to be reported to the Contractor and communicated to those who may require their assistance.

    4.7.2 Registration and Notice of Accidents

    All physical injuries and significant events must be reported immediately to the Contractor. All records and legal notices of accidents must be carried out by the Subcontractor himself. Calling the authorities in accordance with the pertinent regulations will be the Subcontractor's duty. The EHS external authorities and the Contractor must be immediately informed in the event of serious or fatal accidents (In accordance with relevant reporting regulations).

    4.8 Accident Prevention Measures

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    4.8.1 Rights of the Contractor

    The Contractor has the right to check any facilities, buildings and measures belonging to, or taken by, the Subcontractor. The Contractor can instruct the Subcontractor and his employees to provide facilities, make arrangements and take the necessary measures for the prevention of actual or possible danger to employees of their own or other companies. No claims against the Contractor can be derived from this.

    4.8.2 Interference with existing Protective and Safeguarding Facilities

    The unauthorized altering of protective and safety facilities, in particular the removal of parts from protective EHS facilities, is strictly prohibited and can lead to the dismissal from Site of the person(s) involved. If protective and safety facilities require alteration or removal as part of the Works, the originator of the alteration or removal must make suitable substitute arrangements and, if third persons are endangered, he must obtain the agreement of the Contractor. This applies in particular to removable coverings, hand rails, gratings and the like.

    4.8.3 Escape, Traffic and Transport Routes

    All routes, especially escape, traffic and transport routes must be kept clear. Any obstruction or danger caused by material, scaffoldings, cables Iying on the ground, and pipes, is prohibited in general activities. Major obstructions occurring in unpreventable individual cases require the prior agreement of the Contractor, in order that substitute arrangements may be laid down.

    4.8.4 Safeguarding of Workplaces

    The Subcontractor is responsible for ensuring that the entire area of their construction and erection sites shall be safeguarded in such a way that there is no possibility of danger even if the staff are temporarily absent. This must be observed particularly in the case of construction and erection work performed above pits which are open or covered by gratings or the like, and also on covers which, owing to their structure do not safeguard against falling objects, i.e. bolts, tools, welding electrodes etc.

    4.8.5 Scaffolding

    Work scaffolding and guard scaffolding must be erected on the Site by competent qualified scaffolders in accordance with statutory requirements and under consideration of the manufacturers specification. Should the scaffold be required to remain in position for some time, it must be inspected and certified at weekly intervals by a competent person of the Subcontractor and / or the competent representative of the scaffold company.

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    Should any fault be found on either the initial or subsequent inspections, these faults must be rectified before any personnel may work on the scaffold. The use of bracketed tank scaffolds on the likes of tanks and other metal fabrications is permitted following approval of a documented, suitable and sufficient safe system of work. For scaffolding which bears substantial loads, the Subcontractor must hold available static calculation documents which can be checked, authorizations and test certificates issued by the official civil engineering or construction inspection authorities and stress analysis. The same applies for scaffoldings exceeding 50 meters in height. The Subcontractor will be responsible for the safe erection, maintenance and dismantling of the scaffolding structures. Each person who uses the scaffolding will be responsible for its proper use. The user of the scaffolding shall satisfy himself whether it is suitable for the envisaged utilization. This should be particularly observed when the scaffolding is also used by other persons or companies. Signage and / or scaff tags must be observed and used accordingly.

    4.8.6 Welding, Cutting and related Procedures (Hot Work)

    All hot work has to be done in accordance with the valid statutory requirements and other stipulations applicable within Site Instructions and local regulations. Mobile fuel / gas supply facilities must be set up at the workplace or near to it, and they should if possible be in the employee's field of vision and be easily accessible. However, they should not be set up in cramped areas or other dangerous workplaces. LPG, Oxygen and Acetylene fuel gas supply facilities must be safeguarded against flashback. In the case of electric welding, strict attention must be paid to ensure that the earth lead may only be connected to the object to be welded at a point near the weld. It must never be connected to any other component parts. When electric arc welding or oxygen-arc cutting is performed in rooms where the walls can conduct electricity and conditions are cramped limited mobility, DC welding generator sets with no-load voltages not exceeding 100 V may only be used. AC welding generator sets are only permissible when their no-load voltage, for frequencies up to 50 Hz, does not exceed 42 V (42V marking). Welding rectifiers may only be used if they bear the appropriate identification mark.

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    The performer of the work must safely exclude the possibility of danger to third persons, to the plant or to other facilities resulting from flying sparks, welding splatter arc flash. etc.

    4.8.7 Gases, Dangerous Working Materials & Flammable Liquids

    The Subcontractor must provide the Contractor with an inventory of Hazardous Substances used on Site, together with assessments for the method of use in accordance with the Material Safety Data Sheets and relevant regulations. Gas cylinders and other gas tanks, as well as pipes containing gas, must be protected from mechanical, chemical and thermal effects. In particular, fuel gas supply facilities must be protected from arc strikes and other sources of ignition. Stationary facilities or parts of facilities of this type and mobile gas receptacles are subject to official inspection approval. Traditional gas cylinders are the only exception to this. Gas tanks, or the vehicles, etc., transporting them, must unmistakably and conspicuously be marked in such a way that it can at all times, without any doubt, immediately be determined who is the owner of the gas tank, what it contains and a given tank capacity. Gas cylinders in use must on no account be mixed together with other gas cylinders, whatever their content and liquid level may be. Where gas cylinders are required at construction areas they must be secured on trolleys and accompanied with a suitable fire extinguisher and valve key for emergency cut off. The use of cylinder banks, and also of stores and intermediate stores, requires the approval of the Contractor. The storage and treatment of materials which are dangerous, poisonous, corrosive and easily combustible materials and flammable liquids such as petrol, varnishes and oils, must be agreed upon with the Contractor. Storage or intermediate storage is allowed if materials and goods are being used in working operations at the place of work and are being kept available in the amount necessary for the continuation of the Works. Storage capacity of this kind must not as a rule extend beyond one day's consumption.

    4.8.8 Man-made Mineral Fibers (MMMF)

    Any Works with thermal insulation containing MMMF shall only be carried out by the Contractors approved Subcontractor. For working with MMMF reference should be made to the most recent advice from the EHS authorities. In all cases an approved documented safe system of work must be in place.

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    4.8.9 Elimination of Noxious Substances and Dangerous Concentrations of Substances

    Each person working on Site is bound to prevent noxious substances and dangerous concentrations of substances from arising, or to collect them at the point where they arise and to eliminate them immediately, permanently and without risk. If this is not possible in individual cases for technical reasons initially, the facilities in question must be made safe, marked and reported to the Contractor. If, when ventilation measures are taking place, the exhaust air cannot be passed without danger to the ambient atmosphere in the plant, it must either be exhausted into the open air or with the approval of the Contractor, be exhausted and led to an exhaust air system if one is installed. Note: Unplanned release of a Dangerous / Hazardous substance may be subject to reporting to local authorities, therefore incident reporting process must be followed.

    4.8.10 Noise of Work

    Full account must be taken of the requirements of the relevant "Noise at Work Regulations. Certain areas on Site require the use of hearing protection and the Subcontractor is responsible for ensuring that his own staff is properly equipped to enter and work in these areas. Where the Subcontractor is intending to use equipment or machinery which can give rise to noise levels in excess of the first, second or peak action levels, then appropriate measures must be taken to comply with the Regulations and the Contractor are to be informed of those measures. Noise level surveys may be carried out by Contractor and advice given must be followed by all parties at site. Certain activities may require reduced exposure times even with ear protection being worn. Where possible harmful noise levels should be engineered out but in certain cases this may not be reasonable, therefore other precautions may be required according to assessment of risk. The Environmental aspect of Noise control must be controlled as far as is reasonably practicable and where high noise levels are scheduled, suitable community consultation plans must be followed to ensure minimal disturbance.

    4.8.11 Inspection of Tanks

    Before any inspection is carried out within tanks, pipes or in narrow spaces, etc., an inspection permission must be issued by the site or erection manager of the Subcontractor which is to be approved by the Contractor prior to commencement of the Works. Relevant Permits to work may apply for confined spaces and rescue plans must be in place to control the associated risks identified in the safe system of work.

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    4.8.12 Transport / Lifting Equipment

    Note: All lifting operations require the preparation of a documented safe system of work. The user of such equipment bears the responsibility for the sufficient bearing capacity, ability and safety of the specialist transportation equipment and lifting gear, for the proper handling of his own equipment and of equipment provided by others and for all the necessary protective facilities. The user must satisfy himself that the equipment has been tested and inspected, and is maintained in good order. The Subcontractor shall rigorously monitor the equipment, including load carrying facilities and means of attachment, and if any deficiencies arise or are suspected, the Contractor must immediately ensure that the device in question is tagged and taken out of use. No item of lifting equipment shall be used on the Site unless a test certificate in accordance with statutory requirements has been supplied by the Subcontractor to the Contractor. The Subcontractor is responsible for ensuring that test certificates are maintained and the prescribed register is duly completed during the Subcontract period and renewed as required by current legislation to maintain validity. If, while erection work is being performed, it is necessary to attach pulley blocks, rope pulleys or similar equipment to any structural parts, the approval of the Contractor, must in all cases be obtained before work is started. This also applies to the attachment of stay ropes for erection and lifting masts to be connected with building structures. Projects may require color coding of lifting equipment in accordance with site rule to control usage. Subcontractors are obliges to suitable tag, label or color their equipment with the Safe Working Load (SWL) clearly displayed and lifting equipment must be numbered in order to verify certification. It is Contractors Policy not to allow Cranes older than 15 years of age since first registration entry or use at any of their projects.

    4.8.12.1 Safety Devices on Mobile Cranes The Subcontractor shall ensure that the following safety devices are fitted where necessary to all mobile cranes. Mobile cranes shall mean all cranes which can move around on tires or crawler tracks. Automatic safe load indicator: An automatic safe load indicator is required on certain jib cranes to give warning when the safe working load is approached and a further warning when an overload occurs. The warning should be clearly evident to the operator.

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    Load radius indicator: A load radius indicator is required on jib cranes having variable safe working loads according to the radius at which they are operated. It should be clearly visible to the operator and indicate accurately the safe working load and radius for whatever configuration of the crane is used. Motion limit devices: Where motion limit devices are fitted to limit hoisting, derricking, travelling, slewing, traversing, climbing or any other crane motion, they should be regularly inspected and maintained in good working order by competent persons. Overload cut out devices: Switches or other devices may be fitted to cut out crane motions when the crane is in an overload situation. This should not be achieved by stopping the prime mover. Only motions that permit the crane to be returned to a safe condition should remain operative. Anti two blocking devices: The crane shall be equipped with an anti-two blocking device and a load test shall be performed prior to the lifting of the personnel. In the operation and use of any hydraulic crane when both an auxiliary and main hoist line are reeve, an anti-two blocking warning system must be on both auxiliary and main hoist lines. The above list is not exhaustive, other devices such as Level indicators, Anemometer (Wind Speed) and Machinery guarding may be fitted and should be used in according with the manufacturers recommendations. All safety devices are to be inspected and maintained in good working order. Records of such inspections and maintenance are to be kept by the Subcontractor and documentation related to each crane should be kept within cabins of machines for easy access.

    4.8.13 Radio Communications & Telephones

    Radio communication on Site shall be subject to the appropriate laws and regulations. Anyone using radiotelephone equipment shall himself ensure that he has the appropriate authorization. Equipment for which authorization has not been granted by Contractor must not be operated on Site. After authorization has been received, the Contractor shall be informed of the call signs, the number of devices and the operating frequencies.

    4.8.14 Workplaces and Facilities belonging to other Companies

    Unauthorized persons are not permitted to enter the erection areas, storage areas or site accommodation areas of others or to step on the construction scaffolding or erection scaffolding of other Subcontractors.

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    The representatives of the Authorities, Owner and of the Contractor or persons authorized by them are exempt from this stipulation. If entering erection areas belonging to other Subcontractors or facilities which are in operation and belong to other Subcontractors, it is unavoidable (e.g. in order to reach one's own erection area), the agreement of the erection manager of the company in question or of the Contractor must be previously obtained. Erection equipment belonging to other Subcontractors such as crane facilities, erections masts, lifts, bulldozers, vehicles, etc., must in no event be used without prior agreement with the owners. The same applies to the crane facilities, other lifting gear, lifts, machinery, devices and the like, which are part of the final equipment. The utilization has to be released by the Contractor. If such erection equipment cannot be made available, no applications for additional costs will be permitted for any inconvenience caused. 4.8.15 Personal Protective Equipment

    The Subcontractor must provide and make sure that his employees use the necessary protection equipment such as protective clothing, helmets, goggles, earplugs, shoes, gloves etc. First Aiders have to be easily identifiable. (Helmet color, stickers etc). The Subcontractor must satisfy himself that the protection equipment is in good condition and must ensure that it is replaced in case of damage. The issuing of suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is based upon a risk assessment conducted as part of the safe system of work. However mandatory PPE to be worn shall be specified within a specific site Instruction and must be strictly adhered to.

    4.8.16 Procedure for Obtaining Working Permission

    Pressurized, hot media, live and electrical systems are connected successively during the course of commissioning. Works performed on these facilities or on other facilities indicated as falling within the range of applicability of the procedure for obtaining a work permit are subject to special approval issued by the Contractor. Works falling within the range of applicability of the procedure for obtaining working permission must not be performed without the special permission of the Contractor, as demonstrated, for example, by a valid certificate or working permission.

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    4.8.17 Operating of Switchgear and Valves

    The unauthorized operation of switchgear and valves of commissioned plant components must be avoided under all circumstances, since the sudden starting of drives or uncontrolled discharge of media from pipes can lead to severe accidents and / or damage to the plant. Disciplinary action in accordance with local regulations shall be taken against offenders.

    4.8.18 Ban on Drinking of System Water

    The water in the permanently installed systems and in the temporary systems containing industrial water or fire fighting water is not potable. In order to prevent any adverse effects on health, drinking water may only be taken from the points or facilities expressly indicated for this purpose.

    4.9 Radioactive Materials/irradiation Testing

    When handling irradiation testing devices or radio isotopes during the erection stage (e.g. irradiation tests, installation of ionization signaling fire detectors, etc.) the current statutory requirements and those of the Subcontractor's country of origin must be observed: The user concerned shall, on request, hand over to the Contractor copies of their authorizations for performing irradiation work or handling radio isotopes together with the name, address and telephone numbers of his radiation protection advisor. The user shall continuously keep records of increases and decreases and the inventory of their irradiation testing devices or radio isotopes and submit these data in writing to the Contractor. The Contractor must be informed of the particulars and the whereabouts of all radioactive substances brought to Site. The Contractor will keep records of such information. The storage and guarding of irradiation testing devices or radio isotopes as well as irradiation testing together with the protective measures to be applied shall be agreed upon with the Contractor. Irrespective of these regulations, the correct handling of the radiation sources as well as the observance of legal regulations is the duty of the user concerned. The Subcontractor's agent on the Site shall be named in writing to the Contractor.

    4.10 Signs and Symbols

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    The erection of general sign boards or posters will not be allowed without the Contractor's approval of the size, type, location, wording, etc. EHS signs are not subject to the above, they must comply with the local EHS Signs Regulations.

    4.11 Alcohol and Drugs

    It is strictly prohibited to consume or be under the influence of alcohol or non prescribed drugs on Site including the site accommodation. Contravention will lead to disciplinary and possibly legal action. It may be necessary to undertake random testing of site personnel, however this procedure shall be notified via Site Instruction prior to implementation.

    5 Fire Protection

    Each Subcontractor at the project must undertake a Fire Risk Assessment for their Offices, Facilities and Work Places. Control measures must be in place to control the risks of fire to a reasonable acceptable level. These assessments must be documented and copied to Contractor. Within the scope of Works and within his range of action, the Subcontractor will be responsible for fire protection according to legal stipulations and contractual agreements. In addition, he shall consider in particular that the execution of his duties may coincide in time and space with duties of other persons working on Site. In order to reduce fire hazards - only the minimum of flammable material shall be kept at working places - flammable material shall not to be kept or stored in places where it is difficult to see them or below open stages and floors - where reasonably practical replace flammable material or products with non-flammable material or products - flammable material shall be disposed of immediately as soon as it is no longer required - stores, offices and workshops shall not be established or maintained in welding areas - identify clearly and durably special danger points and report them to the Contractor if such points cannot be avoided or safely protected The above rules will not relieve the Subcontractor or his personnel from his special responsibility and obligation when handling fire sources of any kind. In the proximity of fire hazardous objects and materials, welding, cutting and related working procedures are prohibited.

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    Where essential working- or application-procedures require a special arrangement, the prior agreement with the Contractor must be obtained. The hot-work registration procedure is an organizational aid supplementing and fixing technical protective measures in the context with the fire and component protection through which the Contractor reserves generally the right to make or request specific arrangements.. All the activities falling in the scope of the procedure are prohibited without a valid hot-work registration. Independently of any fire prevention measures, the Subcontractor has to take fire-fighting measures and shall provide or order the necessary equipment, materials and fire extinguishing products within his hazardous area. The fire extinguishing devices (fire extinguishers, hydrants, risers, hose boxes, etc.) must be constantly kept in operable condition. They shall not be covered by other items nor removed nor damaged and signs shall not be obscured. Unauthorized cutbacks, transfers, or other manipulations as well as borrowing of extinguishing material, e.g. hoses, are prohibited, except in emergency situations. Where interventions are necessary for serious operational reasons where no harm shall be caused, the agreement of the Contractor must be obtained. In case facilities are damaged, the damage must immediately be reported to the Contractor. Used fire extinguishers shall be replaced without delay. In order to ensure effective fire fighting, the Subcontractor shall have a requisite number of people, in proper proportion to his total personnel, trained in fire fighting. He shall release them regularly for fire fighting drills and group them on the Site for fire drills organized by the Contractor. In addition to the fire fighting and first-aid measures to be immediately initiated, each fire must be reported immediately to the Contractor with precise indications of the place, object and extent of the fire. If a fire can be extinguished without external aid, the seat of the fire shall be protected against backfiring or against flaming up until the Contractor performs a final fire inspection and releases the affected areas. Further arrangements will be made by the Contractor by means of supplementary clauses to the Site Regulations (chapter 7) or in connection with the fire prevention ordinance demonstrated as part of the Site Regulations, or in the Emergency Plan as a Site Instruction. 6 Electrical Facilities

    6.1 Power Supply on Site

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    Power (3 ph., 415 V or 1 ph., 240 V) is supplied on the Site at main connection points (distribution boards). The redistribution of power from the main connection points (sub distribution boards) to the places of consumption including maintenance and removing will be the responsibility of the Subcontractor. Appropriate Safety devices must be installed to protect persons or equipment having a risk of exposure to harmful levels of electricity. No arbitrary alterations or extensions shall be performed on the power lines upstream of the sub distribution board or points of connection. Operations required in lighting and power installations, with the exception of the facilities of the Subcontractor, shall be notified to the Contractor in writing. These operations shall only be performed by approved competent electricians. Details on the supply of power on Site are regulated by the directives being in force and shall be observed. All electrical work must be done in accordance with the valid statutory requirements / documentation.

    6.2 Connections to the Power Supply on Site

    The power requirements and power connections must be registered with the Contractor. The connection to distributions belonging to the site power supply will be performed by the electrician employed for the site power supply at the expense of the Subcontractor. The Subcontractor shall install and continuously monitor the sub distribution boards, connecting cables and consuming devices with the help of qualified electricians and under the observance of the applicable stipulations and the local regulations. Part 3.1.5 applies to buried lines. In the case of open laying, cables must be protected against unintentional damages, laid free and maintained, i.e., they must in no case be covered, obstructed or encumbered. If covering is un avoidable then they must be clearly marked.

    6.3 Overhead Lines and Conductors

    a) Within the range of overhead lines, the protective distances fixed in the current statutory regulations must be observed, for example this may be 3.1 m in case of a 400 kV live system. This must be observed particularly when scaffolding and cranes are erected, materials stored, mobile cranes moved and transports are carried out. b) In the case of work to be done or if persons or vehicles are for other reasons situated in the proximity of overhead lines and electrical conductors for crane facilities etc., the current statutory regulations according to work in the proximity of live parts, or other equivalent regulations must be observed. Special permission of the Contractor must be obtained prior to starting Works in the vicinity of such electric lines. This applies to every new start of Works and after each interruption.

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    To ensure that all staff and the Subcontractor are clearly aware of the risks of electric shock from working in the vicinity of such electric lines and excavation works as detailed in Section 3.1.5, this special permit system has been established. As far as reasonable practical these areas will be suitable restricted and marked.

    6.4 Lightning Protection

    Hazards occurring to persons or materials which will increase lightning strike risks, e.g. cranes, masts, etc., must be reduced by separate earthing. Each earthinq must be checked regularly, mainly during dry weather.

    6.5 Electric Tools and Illumination of Workplaces

    The illumination of workplaces is the duty of the Subcontractor. The illumination and electric tools used shall meet the Statutory Regulations or other equivalent regulations. Protective measures according to Statutory Regulations or other equivalent regulations must be taken in the case of work with lighting devices and electric tools in boilers, tanks, pipes, channels and similar narrow spaces with conductive structural parts. Hand-held portable electric tools must be double- pole switched and operated at no more than 110 V a. c., the supply being derived from double wound transformers having the centre point of the secondary winding connected to earth. These transformers shall be provided by the Subcontractor if he needs them. Portable hand lamps must be operated at no more than 25 V a.c. and the Subcontractor must supply the necessary transformers. Where special tools and equipment require a supply 110 V a.c~220., special permission must be obtained from the Contractor, and a suitable Residual Current Device (RCD) or ELCB(Electric Leakage Circuit Breaker) provided by the Subcontractor must be connected at the correct location in the circuit. RCDs / ELCBs for personal protection should be rated at no more than 30mA (milliamps). Subcontractors must maintain a register of electrical equipment including distribution boards. All equipment must be tagged and regularly inspected by a competent electrician.

    6.6 General Site Illumination

    The Contractor will provide the general illumination of the Site and of the main site escape routes.

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    The Subcontractor is bound to leave these lighting devices where they are, has to protect them against damage and has to report failures or damage to the Contractor.

    7 Various

    The Contractor reserves the right to supplement the Site Regulations if necessary within the sense of the Contract documents. With the start of commissioning of the power plant, the Contractor will make arrangements and take measures which shall be observed and fulfilled by the Subcontractor in the same way as the Site Regulations. The Contractor may partly or entirely delegate authorities belonging to it to other Subcontractors, persons or institutions. In addition to the Site Regulations the Contractor will publish Site Notes / lnstructions on special occasions and these Site Notes/ lnstructions shall be observed like the Site Regulations. The appropriate laws, ordinances, stipulations, conditions and technical rules remain unaffected by the Site Regulations as far as they have not been deliberately made void by the present Site Regulations. These Site Regulations shall not relieve the Subcontractor from the responsibility which he bears towards Project and the Owner for fulfilling the Contract. Plant and Equipment provided by Subcontractors may be subject to inspection before entry to site, where items do not comply with local regulatory requirements it may be rejected and lost production may not be claimed against Contractor.

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    Annex 1)

    Acknowledgement of Receipt

    The receipt, understanding and acceptance of the Site Regulations for: (PROJCET NAME)

    Are hereby certified.

    Number of copies were handed over

    The signee will not be able to refer to not having known or to having only partially known the Site Regulations and the herein contained stipulations, rules etc.

    ____________________________ Name in Block capital letters.

    In his status as agent of ___________________________ (Company name)

    ___________________________ Place received

    ___________________________ Date received

    ___________________________ Signature

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    PROJECT

    OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

    PROJECT NAME:

    VINH TAN 4 THERMAL POWER PLANT (2 X 600MW)

    Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction

    CLIENT:

    POWER GENERATION CORPORATION 3

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION: THERMAL POWER PLANT (2 X 600MW) PLAN CONTROL: (i) Once approved, this plan is a controlled document. Reference at all times should be

    made to the Project Management Archive to ascertain the latest revision of this plan. (ii) Revisions are identified with a vertical revisions line to the right of the revised text.

    Additions are shown in italics; deletions are hidden. Earlier additions revert to normal text in subsequent amendments.

    (iii) The Project Manager approves amendments by signature on the cover sheet to the plan.(iv) This plan is available for all on the project the Archive and EHS Office. (v) When amendments to the Plan are made and the plan is updated in the Archive and

    EHS Office, it is the responsibility of the Project EHS Manager to e-mail / communicate to all staff members advising them of the reissue of this plan.

    (vi) The Project EHS Manager keeps the original of the latest version of this Plan. Plan approved by: Date: 14 May 2014

    Gibong Kwack / Site Director

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    CONTENTS SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 4

    1.1 Purpose ...................................................................................................... 4 1.2 Scope ......................................................................................................... 4

    SECTION 2 PROJECT EHS POLICY ......................................................................................... 5 SECTION 3 LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................. 7

    3.1 H&S Regulation Summary ......................................................................... 7 3.2 H&S Regulation Measure ......................................................................... 10

    SECTION 4 ORGANIZATION ................................................................................................... 12 SECTION 5 GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION ................................................................. 14

    5.1 Project Information and Primary Components of the Facility ...................................................................................................... 14

    5.2 Summaries of H&S Plan Requirement ..................................................... 15 SECTION 6 RISK AND HAZARD ANALYSIS .......................................................................... 17

    6.1 Risk Assessment Report (RAR) Hazard Identification .......................... 18 6.2 Job Safety, Environmental Analysis (JSEA) Risk

    Assessment .............................................................................................. 18 6.3 Subcontracted Activities ........................................................................... 19 6.4 Permit to Work .......................................................................................... 19

    SECTION 7 FIRST AID/ MEDICAL FACILITIES ....................................................................... 20 SECTION 8 ACCIDENT/ INCIDENT MANAGEMENT............................................................... 20 SECTION 9 FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION ............................................................. 21 SECTION 10 HOUSEKEEPING, SANITATION AND DINING FACILITIES ............................... 22

    10.1 Housekeeping .......................................................................................... 22 10.2 Sanitation and Dininig Facilities ............................................................... 22

    SECTION 11 WORK AREA RULES AND REGULATIONS ........................................................ 23 11.1 Labor and Working Condition ................................................................... 23 11.2 Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) ................................................... 24 11.3 Fall Protection .......................................................................................... 25 11.4 Hazardous Energy Control Procedures (Lockout/

    Tagout) ..................................................................................................... 27 11.5 Portable Electrical Equipment, Portable Tools and

    Temporary Electrical Power Supply Facilities .......................................... 27 11.6 Cranes, Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWP) &

    Lifting Equipment ...................................................................................... 28 11.7 Hazard Communication and Material Safety Data

    Sheet ........................................................................................................ 29 11.8 Barricades, Hole Covers and Signage ..................................................... 29 11.9 New Hire Orientation (Induction) and Training Criteria ............................ 29 11.10 Noncompliance and Worker Sanctions .................................................... 29 11.11 Fitness for Duty ........................................................................................ 30 11.12 Incentive Program .................................................................................... 30 11.13 Traffic Rules/ Motor Vehicle Safety .......................................................... 30 11.14 Heavy Equipment and Rules for Operation .............................................. 30 11.15 Scaffolding and Ladders ........................................................................... 31 11.16 Confined Space Safety ............................................................................. 31

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    11.17 Hot Work .................................................................................................. 32 11.18 Night Work ................................................................................................ 32 11.19 Excavations .............................................................................................. 33 11.20 Concrete Work ......................................................................................... 33 11.21 Marine and Work over Water ................................................................... 36 11.22 Diving Operations ..................................................................................... 36 11.23 Start-up, Commissioning and Testing ...................................................... 36 11.24 R