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									Company Contractor Safety On-Site Program
The Company Contractor Safety On-Site Program is designed to ensure that contractors
who perform construction or service work at our facilities meet minimum safety and
health standards. This program identifies the requirements that contractors will work
under while at Company facilities with regards to Health and Safety issues. The program
includes the following; verification of training records/procedures, specific requirements
with regards to safety and health standards and ongoing worksite inspections and
communications. The intent of this program is to minimize the exposure to work related
injuries by controlling access of unqualified contractors onto Company property. In
section 7 (Specific Safety Requirements) items in bold have been determined to be non-
OSHA related requirements.


1.  Purpose
2.  General Information
3.  Contractor Orientation
4.  Contractor Admittance to Company Property
5.  Emergency Procedures
6.  General Safety Requirements
7.  Specific Safety Requirements
               a) Chemicals and Hazardous wastes
               b) Personal Protective Equipment
               c) Confined Space (Permit and otherwise)
               d) Control of Hazardous Energy – Switching and Tagging, LOTO
               e) Elevated Work
               f) Asbestos Safety Procedures
               g) Fire Safety
               h) Compressed Gas Cylinders
               i) Reporting Injuries, Near Misses
               j) Welding and Cutting
               k) Powered Industrial Trucks/Traffic Regulations
               l) Barricades
               n) Utilities Shutdown
               o) Radiation Safety
8. Work Site Inspections
9. Policy Enforcement
10. Responsibilities

1. Purpose
To describe the procedures that each contractor will use during work at any Company

2. General

Anything herein to the contrary notwithstanding, the contractor shall be solely
responsible for the health and safety of the contractor’s employees. The Company shall
have no duty or responsibility with the respect to the health and safety of the contractor’s
employees by virtue of implementation of this program or otherwise.

All Contractor employees, even those working on projects of short duration, shall review
the Company site specific orientation program before beginning work. Contractors whose
work scope may be detailed and include hazardous duties may be asked to attend a pre-
job safety meeting to discuss the methods of the work involved.

The Contractor shall provide the Company Contract Administrator with any and all safety
training and procedures that are relevant to the scope of work to be performed on
Company property. The Contractor shall provide any necessary safety training to their
direct employees and verify that any sub-contractors have had the same. Project work
will NOT start on Company property until the appropriate contractor health and safety
programs have been submitted and reviewed.

Any contractor performing work on Company property must be accounted for and have
proper training. Any contractor entering an Company facility will have to show proof of
having Company site specific safety orientation (badge, laminated photo or sticker) and
check in daily at the appropriate location for entry (example: guard gate).

3. Contractor Orientation

Contractor employees who have satisfied the site specific safety orientation will be
granted access to the specific facility for the duration of the project. If that same
contractor is granted additional work at the same facility within the one year from the last
orientation class, the contractor employees are not required to retake the site specific
orientation class entirely. Any updates that were added since the last orientation class will
be provided to the contractor. If the scope of the orientation training class has changed to
the extent that Company Contract Management or Safety and Health believe it is
necessary for the contractor to re-take the orientation class, the contractor will do so
before beginning the new project. All contractors’ will be provided site specific
orientation training at the plant they intend to work at, site specific training does not
transfer. A copy of the Site Specific Training Agreement, a Review Checklist and an
Employee Orientation Sheet are included as attachments with this program. The
contractor is required to:

   Know the general and specific Safety and Health work rules for each Company plant
    in which they are working.
   Know the general and specific Emergency Response Procedures for each Company
    plant they are working in.
   Upon completion of the orientation-training, deliver all necessary information
    required to the Company Contract Manager and discuss any changes in work
    procedures or problems with regard to safety immediately.

4. Contractor Admittance to Company Property

   No contractor will be admitted to Company property without checking in at the
    designated admittance location.
   The contractor must provide to the designated Company Representative (Guard, Plant
    Representative or Contract Manager) a daily log of all qualified employees on
    Company premises that day. The log will not only list the name of each employee on
    Company property but also the direct supervisor, direct Company contact, work area,
    project number (if applicable). When the contractor has left Company property,
    he/she must also inform the Company representative so that this information may be
    logged. A copy of the entrance log is supplied with this program.

5. Emergency Procedures
 Dial ________ from any facility phone to report an emergency (fire, serious injury,
   equipment damage, etc.)
Give the nature of the emergency, names of any individual affected, location, your name,
company name and any other pertinent information.

 Review the posted evacuation routes in the Company facility you are working in.
 If you are working in a Confined Space or other isolated area, make sure you are able
   to hear or be notified of an evacuation signal.
 Upon the sounding of an evacuation alarm, all Contractor personnel will comply with
   the Company evacuation procedure.

6. General Safety Requirements

   All work must comply with all Federal, State and Local Safety Regulations (OSHA,
    FDOT, FDOL, etc.). All references to standards produced by these agencies will
    include any current standards as well as incorporated or newly published updates to
    an existing standard.
   The contractor’s employees must observe the Company EH&S On-Site Safety
    Program and any safety rules posted in the area in which they are working. All
    contractors will have a site representative that has the ability to communicate

    and understand safety instructions given by plant personnel (ex.: verbal
    communication in English).
   All work and working conditions established by the contractor shall conform to the
    terms of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970 as amended.
    Differences between the Contractors’ Safety Program and the OSHA standards shall
    be resolved in the favor of the most stringent standard.
   All equipment used by the contractor on Company property will be in good working
    order and maintained during the life of the contract. Any equipment which does not
    meet this requirement must be repaired immediately or removed from Company
   In the event that an accident involving the contractor’s personnel, equipment, or
    operation occurs which results in an injury or damage to either Company or
    Contractor personnel or property, the Contractor shall notify the Contract Manager
    (or other Company contact) as soon as practical after assuring that appropriate
    medical attention has been provided.
   All trash and rubbish shall be removed form the worksite on a daily basis.
   All work areas must be kept as clean as possible to prevent accumulation of excess
   All lifting devices to be used on Company property shall meet the requirements of the
    appropriate OSHA or industrial standard. Contractor employees must be qualified and
    trained to operate any cranes or similar equipment.

7. Specific Safety Requirements

    a) Chemicals and Hazardous Wastes

     The Contractor is required to provide its employees with Hazard Communication,
      Hazardous Waste and any other relevant safety training. Company will provide
      site specific training only, with regard to this topic.
     Contractors who bring any hazardous materials onto Company property must
      supply a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) to the Contract Manager.
      Contractors may use the Hazardous Materials List, included with this program.
     All Hazardous Materials brought onto Company property must have an MSDS
      and the MSDS must be accessible by all employees.
     Any generation of hazardous waste (solid, liquid or gaseous) must be coordinated
      with the Company Contract Manager. The Company Contract Manager will
      contact the Company Environmental Services Department and/or the Company
      Safety and Health Department as needed. Storage, labeling and handling of the
      hazardous waste must meet all applicable regulations (state, federal and
     Chemicals and Hazardous Wastes of any kind will not be poured down drains,
      sinks, etc. No discharge of any Hazardous Chemical or Waste is allowed on
      Company property.
     In the event of a Chemical or Hazardous Waste Emergency dial _______

 Upon completion of the project, the Contractor is to remove any and all chemicals
  or hazardous wastes that they have brought onto Company property. The only
  exception will be a product that is necessary to the continued operation of the
  plant or piece of machinery (example: lubrication oil).

b) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

   The contractor is responsible for ensuring that its employees wear the appropriate
    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when working in any Company facility.
    When any training is necessary to accompany the use of the PPE, the contractor
    will provide any and all training necessary and document this training
   Safety Glasses – Safety Glasses with side shields must comply with ANSI Z87.1
    standard and shall be worn by all contractor personnel. Use of safety glasses is
    mandatory throughout all Company facilities for any work that is being
   Safety Shoes – All contractor employees shall wear ANSI Z41.1 safety shoes. The
    shoe will be suitable for the work environment and task to be performed.
   Head Protection – Protective helmets (hard hats) will comply with ANSI Z89.2
    and be worn when performing work in any Company facility.
   Respirators – Respirators shall be worn by the contractor when performing work
    in any Company facility that has an occupational health exposure that requires
    respiratory protection. The need for and type of respiratory protection will be
    based on the scope of work, past testing/monitoring and potential exposures.
    Ongoing testing may reveal the need for respiratory protection and the contractor
    must foresee this possibility. Under NO circumstances will Company provide
    training/fit-testing or respiratory protection devices to a contractor.
   Other PPE – Where appropriate, contractor employees shall wear any other PPE
    required by regulation or best management practices.

c) Confined Spaces (Permit and otherwise)

 The Company Contract Manager prior to work starting on any Company facility
  will coordinate all confined space entry with the Contractor. The Contractor
  scope of work should determine the need for Confined Space Entry work, permit
  or otherwise. The Company Safety and Health Department should be contacted if
  any technical questions arise.
 Contractors planning on performing Confined Space Entry work shall submit a
  copy of their Permit Confined Space Entry Program for review by the Company
  Contract Management and the Company Safety & Health Department as well as
  any training records for employees that will enter confined spaces. The
  contractor’s plan must comply with or be more stringent than OSHA 1910.146, or
  the appropriate OSHA construction standard. The contractor’s plan should
  include information on: rescue procedures, personal protective equipment, air
  monitoring, declassification and all other areas of the OSHA standard.

 Contractors performing Permit Confined Space Entry will use the permit that is
  included in their own program. The permit will be compared to the requirements
  of the OSHA 1910.146 standard for completeness. All work regarding Permit
  Confined Space Entry will be coordinated by the Contract Manager and with the
  Control Room at each Company facility. The Company Contract Manager must
  establish a system for collecting the closed out permits at the end of the project.
 The Contractor must provide for rescue services as described in the OSHA
  standard 1910.146. The only exception to this rule is at the Crystal River
  Energy Complex. At this location Company Emergency Response
  professionals can be used by contractors provided they follow the procedures
  outlined for Permit Confined Space Entry Rescue at that location.
 Situations such as inspection work and shared confined space areas will be
  reviewed on an individual basis for appropriate safety procedures.

d) Control of Hazardous Energy – Switching and Tagging/Lock Out Tag Out

 Contractors will not shut down or operate plant electrical circuits at any Company
  facility without the authorization and assistance of the plant Switching and
  Tagging Clearance Authority or his/her designee.
 The Control Room and the Switching and Tagging Clearance Authority will
  administer all switching and tagging functions within the Company facility.
  Clearances or switching and tagging functions (hanging tags) are not normally
  issued to non-regular Company personnel or contractors. If the situation arises
  where non-regular Company personnel or contractors need to be placed on the in-
  plant switching and tagging list, it can ONLY be authorized and coordinated with
  the Switching and Tagging Clearance Authority at the specific Company facility.
 All contractors will follow the specific instructions for contacting the specific
  facility Switching and Tagging Clearance Authority to start the process for any
  work regarding the potential release of any stored energy.
 All contractors will comply with the contents of this program, OSHA 1910.147,
  OSHA 1910.269 or the appropriate construction standard. Any contractor that has
  a more stringent program than the Company program in place may use the
  program based on a review by Company Contract Management, Company Safety
  and Health Department and the specific facility Switching and Tagging Clearance
 If any contractor has approval to use a LOTO program in conjunction with the
  Company program for Control of Hazardous Energy Release, Contractor locks
  and or tags will be placed on acceptable equipment and done with assistance of
  the Company Switching and Tagging Clearance Authority at that specific
  location. All Contractors must comply with the Company program for Control of
  Hazardous Energy Release in addition to any other approved programs.

e) Elevated Work

 Contractor’s whose scope of work involves working at elevations of six feet or
  more must provide a means to protect their employees from a fall (handrail, body
  harnesses, lanyards, etc.)
 All fall protection, ladders, scaffolding or other elevated work surface must be in
  compliance with this program and the OSHA General Industry or Construction
  Standards. Scaffolding may be tagged for use in each facility depending on the
  amount of work in progress.
 No metal ladders will be permitted on any Company facility.
 All open floors or holes will be covered or guarded before work begins.

f) Asbestos Safety Procedures

 All exposure or potential exposure to asbestos related material will be discussed
  with the contractor before work begins. All work where asbestos will be disturbed
  will be coordinated with the Company Contract Manager, Company Safety and
  Health Department and the Company facility. When working with asbestos, all
  work will be compliant with any Company Asbestos Safety Policy or any stricter
  regulatory agency procedure.

g) Fire Safety

 Any operations which, by nature, constitute a fire hazard shall be conducted in
  such a manner to minimize the hazard.
 No work will be done on Company facility fire protection equipment without
  approval. Opening and closing of fire protection equipment valves or hydrants
  may only be done by Company employees and with approval of the facility,
  Contract Manager and the Company Safety Department.
 Smoking is allowed in only designated areas.
 Housekeeping is an essential part of a fire safety plan and will be looked at on a
  daily basis. Keep Your Work Area Clean.
 All flammable liquids brought onto Company property shall be stored by the
  Contractor in the correct storage compartments and in designated areas of each
  facility. It is the contractor’s responsibility to provide storage facilities and keep
  track of all of the liquids, whether in use or in storage.
 All flammable liquids may be dispensed for use from safety containers only.

h) Compressed Gas Cylinders

 Empty or full cylinders for gases which support combustion, such as oxygen,
  compressed air, etc. must be kept segregated and at a minimum distance of 20’
  from combustible or flammable gases such as acetylene, hydrogen, propane, LP
  gas, etc. or a 5 foot high noncombustible barrier. Empty cylinders must be kept
  segregated from full cylinders and marked as “empty”.
 All cylinders brought onto Company property must be included in the Hazardous
  Materials List provided to Contract Manager.
 All cylinders must be clearly marked as to the contents of the cylinder.

 All cylinders will be stored in a protected area from direct sunlight, heat or open
  sources of ignition.
 Do not drag or roll cylinders. All cylinders will be transferred on a cart, with the
  valves in the closed position. The only time a valve should not be closed is when
  it is in use.
 All cylinders will be stored securely with a chain (or a material not subject to
  degradation) whether on a cart or in the storage area.

i) Reporting Injuries/Near Misses/Incidents

 Contractor employees must report all injuries, spills, near misses and
  property damage to their supervisor and the assigned Company Contract
  Manager. Depending on the severity of the incident, additional investigation
  procedures could commence immediately. All contractors are expected to
  conduct their own investigation and provide any and all findings to the
  Company Contract Manager. If an additional investigation is required, the
  Contractor is expected to participate in all activities.
 It is the responsibility of the contractor to ensure that his/her personnel receive
  adequate first aid or medical treatment. Company facilities can not guarantee any
  assistance in matters of medical evaluation or treatment.
 If any contractor employee requires transportation to a medical facility, it
  will be the responsibility of the contractor to provide the transportation.
  Company facilities will help coordinate the need for an ambulance, but the
  contractor must contact the appropriate personnel immediately.

j) Welding and Flame Cutting

 The contractor shall provide controls for work done near potentially flammable or
  combustible materials or storage facilities. These controls shall be discussed with
  the Contract Manager or Company Facility Manager before work begins.
 The contractor shall provide a fire watch if deemed necessary by the work being
  done. (example: hot work being performed in a boiler in which a wooden “dance
  floor” is in place)
 The contractor shall keep the area within 35 feet of the work being done clean of
  any debris or material that may produce or accelerate a fire (example: wood,
  debris, flammable materials)
 The Fire Watch will be responsible for emergency fire procedures, verification of
  appropriate fire-fighting equipment and shall terminate the operation if unsafe
  conditions arise. The fire watch shall have no other responsibilities while
  performing the assigned duty of “fire watch”.

k) Powered Industrial Trucks/Traffic Regulations

 All contractors shall adhere to posted speed limits in all Company facilities.

 No contractor employee shall operate any Powered Industrial Truck without
  proper training or certification. Documented proof of this training must be
  submitted to Company Contract Management before any work begins.
 Contractors will not use Company Powered Industrial Trucks (forklifts, etc.)
  when working on any Company facility, unless the contractor is trained on that
  specific piece of machinery and has authorization from the Contract Manager.
 Seat belts must be used when operating any vehicle or Powered Industrial Trucks
  on Company property.
 All vehicles must yield the right of way to all pedestrians.

l) Barricades

 Where overhead work or surface work such as concrete chipping, grinding or
  spillage of water or other slippery substances is being done, or where items are
  being stretched or hoisted above floor level, sufficient barricades and signs must
  be put in place by the contractor to warn all employees of the potential hazard.
 The installation of Barricades will be handled by the Contractor and
  coordinated by the Company Contract Manager with the Control Room at
  each Company facility.
 Barricades must be strong enough to withstand the impact of a direct load
  (i.e. employee walking) and made of a highly visible color (yellow or red). No
  ribbon shall be used, only barricade tape is acceptable for the conditions
  listed above.

m) Excavation

 Before any excavation work is started the contractor must discuss the scope
  of work with the Company Contract Management and the individual
  Company facility.

n) Utilities Shutdown

 Before any utilities (gas, water, etc.) can be shut down at any Company
  facility, the contractor must discuss the scope of work with the assigned
  Company Contract Manager.

o) Radiation Safety

 Before any work begins in any area of a Company facility that may involve
  contact with radioactive or nuclear equipment, the contractor must discuss the
  scope of work with Company Contract Management.

8. Work Site Inspections

The Company Safety and Health Department will regularly review and audit all
contractor work. If deficiencies are found in the work as it relates to the safety of the

project, the contractor will be notified immediately by the Company Contract
Manager and shall correct the deficiency upon notice. If the corrections are not made
in the given time period or safety violations continue, the contractor will be subject to
the terms and conditions listed in the contractual agreement with regards to safety

9. Policy Enforcement
The Company reserves the right to enforce these procedures and utilize disciplinary
action if necessary. If at any time, while on Company property, a Contractor and/or
Subcontractor employee is violating Federal (OSHA, EPA & DOT), State, Local,
approved Contractor Procedures and/or Company Safety Regulations, their access to
the Company facility can be terminated.

10. Responsibilities

 Contract Management –

   As part of the contract process, the Contract Administrator and/or the Contract
    Manager will make the Contractor aware of any unique safety related issues that
    the Contractor may encounter in the Contractor’s scope of work.
   Prior to start of work the Contract Manager will verify that all contractors on site
    have completed all site-specific training.
   During the course of the project, the Contract Manager will continue to monitor
    the safety compliance of the Contractor as well as other requirements, such as
    daily record of employees on site. The monitoring of the Contractor by the
    Company Contract Manager does not relieve the Contractor of the safety
    obligations under this program.
   Prior to the start of any work the Contract Manager shall discuss the work scope,
    interfaces and coordination needs with other work groups (Company or other
    contractor), as well as the supervisory and technical direction responsibilities
    (including each shift and overall accountability).

Contractor and Subcontractor -
   The Contractor will support the Contract Manager and the Safety Department in
    anticipating any safety exposure within the scope of work. The Contractor will
    participate in any and all pre-project meetings that relate to the safe completion
    of the work.
   The Contractor will supply all necessary pre-qualification and safety-related
    programs before work begins.
   The Contractor will provide its employees with any and all training necessary to
    complete the scope of work. This is to include site-specific training verification.

   The Contractor will comply will all parts of this program as well as any safety
    standards generated by OSHA, the State of Florida, DOT or any other
    appropriate regulating agency.
   Before the start of each shift and or each unique job, the contractor shall conduct
    job specific safety briefings (tailgate safety meetings) with all persons who will
    be in the immediate work area or have some type of interface with the job.

Safety and Health Department -
 The Safety and Health Department will conduct periodic work-site inspections
   and audits to ensure compliance with the content of this program.
 The Safety and Health Department will review and assist in determining
   violations of safety procedures and corrections needed.
 The Safety and Health Department will attend all necessary pre-planning or
   ongoing meetings related to the safety of the project.

Revision Number: 3
Date: 2/16/00


                                The Company
                       Site Specific Training Agreement

Plant /Location:_______________________________________________________

Name: __________________________________________________________

Date: ___________________________________________________________

Position/Title: ____________________________________________________

Phone Number: ___________________________________________________

I have received the Company Site Specific Training as required. I understand and agree
to comply with all OSHA and provided Company Policies applicable to my job
assignment while on Company Property. I certify that I will train all my employees
according to the Site Specific Training I have received and will review Company’s
Safety Orientation Checklist with them, as well as any sub-contractor employees who
will perform work on Company property, in accordance with the Company and OSHA
regulations that are applicable. I also certify that I will ENSURE THAT ALL of my
ENTRY onto Company property.
I understand that if a situation or problem arises that I or my employees are not familiar
with, I will seek direction from the Company Contract Manager.

Signature: _________________________________ Date: __________


                      COMPANY SAFETY
                      ORIENTATION CHECKLIST
                      FOR CONTRACTORS

The following is an abbreviated list of Safety Rules and Plant Procedures. The Company
requires that you review these Rules and Procedures and relate them to your employees
or sub-contractors prior to your work commencing. Each of your employees will sign a
“Safety and Work Orientation Review” form PRIOR to starting work in the plant. These
forms should be delivered to the Company Contract Manager prior to start of your work..

Safe Work Practices Permits:

1. ________ All work will conform to all Federal, State and Local Safety Regulations
            (OSHA, EPA, MSHA, HRS, etc.)
2. ________ Follow Company “Switching and Tagging” procedures to prevent any
            injury with regard to the release of hazardous energy. Contractor should
            submit any LO/TO program to Company Contract Management for
            potential incorporation.
3. ________ No vessel, tank or similar enclosure may be entered without a Confined
            Space Entry Permit. All Confined Space work must be reviewed by the
            Company Project Manager.
4. ________ Any cutting and welding will need to be reviewed for compliance with the
            Welding and Flame Cutting program.
5. ________ Any work that includes exposure to radiation or asbestos will require the
            need for a site permit.

Specific Safe Work Practices:

1. ________ The use and storage of compressed gases (acetylene, oxygen ,etc.) as well
            as other pressurized cylinders, are restricted to approved Company areas.
            All cylinders be stored correctly (chain, upright, separation, etc.) for the
            entire time they are on Company property.

2. ________ All Contractors that require the use of scaffolding will be responsible for
            the safe erection, use and dismantling of the scaffold. If a tag is placed on
            the scaffold, the contractor must obey the requirements of that tag.
3. ________All guards, handrails and protective devices must be replaced at the
            conclusion of repair work.
4. ________ No metal ladders are permitted on Company property.
5. ________ Tie off all ladders at the top or have someone hold the ladder.
6. ________ Portable electrical tools must be grounded (GFCI).
7. ________ Do not drive over welding leads or extension cords.
8. ________ Barricade off all open holes, excavation sites or overhead work.
9. ________ Read and adhere to all signs in the plant, especially No Smoking signs in
            flammable and combustible material areas.
10. ________ Insulation and building siding removal must be approved and coordinated
            by the Company Contract Manager. The Contract Manager will contact the
            Company Facility, the Company Environmental Department and/or the
            Company Safety and Health Department as needed, as some of these
            materials may contain asbestos.

General Safe Work Practices:

1. ________ The Contractor shall keep their work area clean as possible at all times. An
            emphasis will be placed on clean up on a daily basis at all Company Plants.
2. ________ The Contractor should be familiar with any on-site first aid locations as
            well as any Emergency Procedures that need to be followed.

Company Policies:

1. _________ No Drugs, Firearms or Alcoholic Beverages are allowed on Company
             property. Anyone caught breaking this rule will be immediately escorted
             from the property.
2. ________ The Company reserves the right to search any vehicle or person who has
             entered its property.
3. _________ There will be No Sleeping on Company premises.
4. _________ Do to the exposures present, Smoking is limited to restricted areas in any
             Company facility. Please take care when smoking and dispose of all
             materials properly.
5. _________ ALL accidents and near-miss incidents require a root cause analysis and
             notification of the Company Contract Management.
6. ________ Review the Emergency Contact Numbers within each Company facility
             you are working in. These numbers should be used in the case of an
             Emergency and need to be handy.
7. _________ Use the same Emergency Contact Numbers when you have a release of
             any Hazardous Chemical or Material.
8. _________ All containers of Hazardous Materials must be properly labeled.
9. _________ All chemicals or Hazardous Materials brought onto Company property
             must be accompanied by an MSDS. Use and storage of these materials
             will be restricted.

10. _________ The Contractor must fill out all appropriate paperwork associated with the
              Hazardous Chemical or Material being on Company property.
11. _________ The Contractor must remove all used and unused Hazardous Materials
              from the Company facility at the completion of the project or when they
              are no longer necessary for the work remaining (i.e. empty cylinders).
12. _________ Parking is understood to be at the individual owner’s own risk. Company
              is not responsible for vandalism, damage sustained through daily
              operation of the plant or as a result of a collision with a non-Company
              owned vehicle.
13. ________ Contractor workers will not use Company vehicles, heavy equipment,
                forklifts, high-reach equipment, hand tools or any tool that would be
                considered standard equipment to finish the task. The Company
                Contract Manager must approve any deviation from this and verify any
                necessary training.
14. _________ All Contractors’ will carry proof that they have completed the site-
                specific training within the last 12 months at the Company Plant they
                are currently working at.

 Emergency Response:

 1. _________ Company does not keep regular medical facilities open at all locations. It
               is the responsibility of the Contractor to plan for the Emergency
               Response needs for his/her employees.
 2. ________ Company Contract Management and Company Plant personnel will assist
              with the coordination of an ambulance, should one be needed for a
              Contractor employee.
 3. ________ All Contractors must maintain a First-Aid kit at the job site.
 4. ________ In the event of an emergency, the Contractor is responsible for shutting
              down all of the equipment and getting the employees evacuated in a safe
              and orderly manner. The Contractor is required to brief all of the
              employees under his/her control in the appropriate evacuation locations
              and techniques.
5. ________ The Contractor should be aware of any Hazardous Chemicals that are on
             site and in the Contractors immediate work area. Any issues regarding this
             topic need to be discussed immediately.

 Personal Protective Equipment:

1. ________ All safety equipment to be used on the job will be provided by the
             Contractor or Sub-contractor and will meet all specifications of OSHA,
             NIOSH, NEC and any other regulatory agency. Company personnel will
             not supply personal protective equipment.
2. ________ All Contractor employees should be prepared to work each day with the
             correct personal protective equipment. This should include items such as,
             hard hats, work boots, etc.

 Special Personal Protective Equipment:

1. ________ All Contractor employees wearing Personal Protective Equipment must
             comply with the instructions and limitations of the equipment. (i.e. no
             beards with Respiratory Protection ).
2. ________ Fall Protection – all employees will use fall protection when working at
             elevations over 6’ from any level.
3. ________ A safety harness must be worn during work in a high-lift basket.
4. ________ Welders must wear appropriate eye, face and head protection.

Traffic Rules:

1. ________ Obey all Company Plant speed limits.
2. ________ Seatbelts are required at all times.
3. ________There will be no riders on equipment, such as forklifts, backhoes,
            payloaders, tractors, etc.
4. ________ All Contractors’ vehicles must bear some type of identification specifying
            the company or owner.
5. ________ All Contractors’ are assigned a designated entrance point at the Company
            Plant they are working at. This entrance area will be adjacent to the
            assigned parking area.
6. ________ Contractor employees should limit their travel in and out of the Company
            Plant to essential work under supervision or direction of the Contractor.

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Attachment C

                   Safety and Work Orientation Review
                       For Contractor’s Employees

This form is to be returned to The Company for every employee given Site Specific
It is important that you know that safety is the first priority on this job. As a contractor
employee, you are expected to follow the guidelines spelled out in the OSHA Standard
(1926 and 1910) and The Company EH&S On-Site Program. These standards set the
minimum standards for acceptable work practices. These standards have been explained
to you directly or by your supervisor. You should be also aware that any and all of your
protective safety clothing, equipment and tools must be approved by ANSI (American
National Standards Institute) and/or UL (Underwriters Laboratory) and should be labeled
as such.

You, as a contractor employee, will be assigned to use a designated entrance gate or area
for plant entrance. You are to use only this gate or entrance and to park only in
designated parking areas. The company shall not be liable to you or any other person for
injury or damage sustained by reason of the presence of any privately owned or
contractor owned automobiles on these parking premises or within the plant boundaries.
You are to limit your travel, inside Company facilities, to essential work under
supervision or direction of the contractor and limit contact with Company or other
contractor’s employees to a minimum. You will be expected to wear appropriate clothing,
safety footwear and all of the safety equipment required to make the job safe. Failure to
comply with any of these requirements could result in your being removed from the job
and not allowed access to the plant.

There will be NO alcoholic beverages, NO drugs and NO firearms permitted on
Company property. You will not report to work under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
If there is reasonable suspicion that anyone is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, that
person will be immediately escorted from the property and not allowed to return.
Company reserves the right to search any vehicle or person who has entered onto its
You will be expected to read and sign this sheet. This and other necessary documents will
be kept on file for a period of time after the conclusion of the job you are performing.
Should you refuse to sign an appropriate document, you will not be permitted to enter
Company property.
I have read and accept the above rules and requirements.

NAME: __________________________________________________

CONTRACTOR: ___________________________________________

DATE: ___________________________________________________

Attachment D

               Company Contractor Entrance Log

Company Facility:
Name of Contractor: __________________________________
Date: _____________________
Supervisor Overseeing Project: __________________________
Company Supervisor or Contract Manager:

Name of Contractor Employees:


Work to be done or project number: ________________________

Time In: _________ AM/PM

Time Out: ________ AM/PM
Total Number of Employees on site: ______________
Attachment E

                             The Company
                  Contractor Hazardous Materials List

Company Facility:
Name of Contractor: ____________________________________________________
Date: __________________________
Contractor Supervisor or Representative: ____________________________________
Company Supervisor or Contract Manager:

Hazardous Materials being brought on site today:
 Material Name       Qty.          Volume(size)             MSDS           DEL/USE

Nature of use of materials: __________________________________________________

Location of use of materials:_________________________________________________

I certify that each container brought on-site today is listed above and has one or more
labels containing all of the following information: name of material, hazards associated
with the material and contractor name. I also certify that my company has a means for
cleaning spent, spilled and associated materials (brushes, rollers, PPE, blast agent,
containers, welding rods, etc.)



Contractor: Please provide the Company’s Contract Administrator with any and all
Safety and Health information (example: programs, training, policies and procedures)
with regard to the work you are proposing to contract with Company.

If a line has a check on it, please provide any and all information for that topic.

----   Chemicals and Hazardous Waste (Handling and Storage)
----   Personal Protective Equipment (Respiratory Protection, Hard Hat, etc.)
----   Permit Confined Space Entry
----   Control of Hazardous Energy (Lock Out/Tag Out)
----   Fall Protection (Scaffolding, Full-Body Harnesses, Elevated Working Platforms)
----   Asbestos Safety Procedures
----   Fire Safety (including compressed gases)
----   Welding and Cutting (Hot Work)
----   Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts)
----   Underground Excavation
----   Utility Services (water, sewer)
----   Radiation Safety
----   Lead Safety Procedures
----   Accident Reporting and Investigation
----   Work Area Control and Warning Signs (Barricades, Housekeeping


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