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     Clough AMEC Joint Venture

Operations and Maintenance Services
Transitional On / Off Shore Induction
    Revision 5                           01/11/2006
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CAJV Induction

 Part 1 – ConocoPhillips Bayu-Undan CD-rom

        Have you got your Certificate of Completion?

 Part 2 – Clough-AMEC JV PowerPoint Presentation

 Part 3 – Complete Assessment Questionnaire

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Bayu-Undan Field

Operations and Maintenance Contract

                                      Contract Award:     June 2004

                                      Contract Duration: 3 years (+2 year option)

     CAJV Organisation Structure

                                                                             PARENT COMPANY SUPPORT
                                                                             - HUMAN RESOURCES
                                                                             - HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
                                                                             - QUALITY MANAGEMENT
                                                                             - COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE

                                                         MANAGER OF

                  MANAGEMENT        HR / LOGISTICS        DISCIPLINE                            CONTRACT                   RDTL TRAINING
HSE ADVISOR                                                                  PLANNER                          ACCOUNTANT
                  SYSTEMS T/L       COORDINATOR           ENGINEERS                           ADMINISTRATOR                COORDINATOR

                             DOCUMENT                                                         PROCUREMENT      ACCOUNTS
                            CONTROLLER                                                          ASSISTANT      ASSISTANT

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To be a leader in asset support services within the Oil and Gas industry, through the development
and implementation of best practice systems, HSE cultures and work ethics, and the engagement of
quality personnel who identify with Clough AMEC Joint Venture as being the employer of choice.

                    Simon High                                  Richard Bailey
                    Clough Services                             AMEC Oil & Gas
                    Managing Director                           Managing Director

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CAJV Policy Statements – Business Management

                                        CAJV Policy Statements are based on best
                                        practice and the corporate governance of
                                        our parent companies:

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CAJV Policy Statements – Human Resources
                Policy statements are authorised by the CAJV Project
                Sponsors as public statements of commitment to our
                Customers, Employees, Vendors and the Community.

CAJV Policy Statements - HSEQ

                 CAJV Policies provide operational personnel with a
                 Framework and the Authority upon which to base their
                 respective operating practices, systems and behaviours.

   CAJV Management System
The CAJV Management System incorporates all CAJV’s business management functionality,
ensuring the effective dissemination of Vision and Strategy, through to Management Plans,
Processes and Procedures.

The CAJV Management System is made available to all employees through the Intranet at

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   CAJV Management System
An integrated Management Plan has been developed for the contract and incorporates all
areas of our business including:
                         Strategic Overview

                       Scope of Work

                       Risk Management Planning

                       Human Resources

                       Health, Safety and Environment

                       Commercial and Finance

                       Supply Chain Management

                       Technical Support Management

                       Maintenance Execution

                       Continual Improvement

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     CAJV Management System
Procedures and Project Instructions are developed as either Deployment Flow Charts or Verbatim
type documents and are made available on the CAJV Intranet to provide instruction and guidance to
all personnel.

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   ConocoPhillips Management System

ConocoPhillips operates an integrated management system which is available on their intranet.
This includes a comprehensive library of:

                             Procedures

                             Specifications

                             Forms

                             Guidelines

All CAJV practices on the Bayu Undan and Floating Storage & Offload Vessel (FSO) Liberdade
facilities MUST comply with ConocoPhillips requirements.

When undertaking activities on the Bayu Undan or FSO Liberdade facilities, you will be required
to work to ConocoPhillips procedures unless otherwise advised.

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      Employer’s HSE Responsibilities
ConocoPhillips, CAJV and your Direct Employer have a responsibility to provide and maintain a
working environment in which YOU are not exposed to hazards. This ”Duty of Care” includes but
is not limited to:
      The provision and maintenance of workplaces, plant, and systems of work such that, you are not
       exposed to hazards;

      The provision of information, instruction, training and supervision of all employees, to enable you to
       perform your work in such a manner that you are not exposed to hazards;

      Consulting and cooperating with safety and health representatives, and other employees,
       regarding occupational safety and health at the workplace;

      The provision of adequate personal protective clothing and equipment as is practicable to protect
       you against hazards, where it is not practicable to avoid the presence of such hazards at the

      Making arrangements for ensuring, that the use, cleaning, maintenance, transportation and
       disposal of plant at the workplace is carried out in a manner such that you are not exposed to

      Making arrangements for ensuring, that the use, handling, processing, storage, transportation and
       disposal of substances, at the workplace is carried out in a manner such that you are not exposed
       to hazards.

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    Employees’ HSE Responsibilities
As an employee, you have a “Duty of Care” to ensure your own safety and health at work, and
to avoid adversely affecting the safety or health of any other person through any act or
omission at work. In doing so, you are is required to:

   Comply with all instructions provided by your Supervisor for your safety or health or for the safety
    or health of other persons;

   Use protective clothing and equipment that has been provided, in accordance with appropriate
    instructions for it‟s proper use;

   Ensure that equipment provided in the interests of safety or health is not misused or damaged in
    any way;

   Report immediately to your Supervisor any situation at the workplace that does, or could,
    constitute a hazard to any person;

   Report immediately to your Supervisor any injury or harm to health, which becomes apparent in
    the course of, or in connection with your work.

   Cooperate with the implementation of obligations imposed, by relevant acts and regulations, on
    ConocoPhillips, CAJV and/or your direct employer. Refer previous slide “Employer‟s HSE

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Communication – Toolbox Meetings

CAJV personnel are required to attend daily Toolbox Meetings which are conducted prior
to commencement of each shift. Agenda items covered during these meetings include:

   Proposed work activities (including any relevant Job Hazard Analysis - JHA‟s);

   Activities required for the safe completion of work;

   Personal protective equipment (PPE) or clothing requirements;

   Incidents and hazards that have been identified during the previous shift;

   Individual concerns of the employees participating in the meeting;

   Any problems experienced on the previous shift/day;

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Communication – Notice Boards
HSE Notice Boards are strategically located throughout the platform and are regularly
updated, providing a good source of current information relating to Health, Safety and
Environment. Notice Boards are also established at the onshore administration offices.
Information which may be found on the HSE notice boards includes:

   Identification photographs of the current HSE Representatives on the facility;

   Emergency Response information – (Emergency Alarms etc);

   Minutes of HSE meetings;

   HAZID Card register;             Identification photographs of Safety Wardens and First Aiders
                                     Travel Advice
   Incident / Injury reports;
                                     Security Bulletins
   HSE Alerts;                      Health & Fitness information and programs

   Fact Sheets

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Communication – HSE Representatives

A number of CAJV Occupational Health and Safety Representatives have been
nominated on each shift to act as a communication link between yourself and
the facility managers.

The names and identification photographs of the HSE Representatives are
displayed on the notice boards throughout the facility.

These nominated representatives are your voice at ConocoPhillips HSE
Meetings. Any concerns you wish to have raised at these forums should be
brought to the attention of your HSE Representative.

 Note: Any hazards, unsafe acts or conditions should be addressed
                with your Supervisor immediately.

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Communication – Facility HSE Meetings

Facility HSE Meetings are convened on a regular basis and are
attended by the CAJV HSE Representatives. The agenda items
covered at these meetings include:

• Current issues or achievements relating to health, safety and environment;

• Details of any outcomes of incidents or incident investigations;

• Audit / inspection outcomes;

• KPI and trend analysis outcomes.

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Hazard and Risk Assessment

Prior to the commencement of any task, a hazard and risk assessment MUST be undertaken
using one of the following formats, depending on the nature and complexity of the task.

HAZOP –             Operational Hazard Risk Assessment which identifies the hazards and risk
                    of operational and process activities.

HAZID –             Hazard and Risk Identification which identifies the high level hazards and
                    risks associated with a work scope or item of plant or equipment.

JHA –               Job Hazard Analysis which identifies the individual tasks associated with a
                    work scope, and analyses the hazards associated with each task. All
                    personnel associated with the work are to sign onto the JHA signifying their
                    awareness and understanding of the hazards and hazard controls.

Step Back 5 X 5 – Which is utilised for minor scopes of work to ensure personnel take “5 Steps
                  Back” and “5 Minutes” to assess the work scope / work place for any
                  hazards prior to commencing work.

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Hierarchy of Control
Hazards and/or risks identified are to be mitigated using one or a combination of the following
hierarchy of controls, in order of preference.

1. Eliminate the hazard. This is the preferred control solution.

2. Substitute the hazard. Identification and implementation of methods to achieve the desired result
   by a less hazardous means.

3. Engineer the hazard out. Engineering methods introduced to effect a change in the process such
   as segregation, partial enclosure, mechanical handling, ventilation, automation, etc.

4. Administrative controls. These controls rely on human behaviour to minimise hazards by
   undertaking certain safe procedures. These include job rotation, minimising the number of people
   exposed to a potential hazard, codes of practice, safe-working procedures, permits to work and

5. Personal protection. This control is the least preferred method in the hierarchy of control. The
   use of this control should always be a last resort, and should never form the basis of a long-term
   control plan, as the person remains exposed to the hazard and protection is dependent upon the
   effectiveness of the PPE.

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      Hazard Reporting

A HAZID Card reporting system is in place on the Bayu-Undan facilities. A similar form also exists in
the administration offices. ALL hazards identified must be reported IMMEDIATELY to your
Supervisor and a HAZID Report Card completed.

  Hazards may include:

     Unsafe acts or conditions;

     Unsafe plant or equipment;

     Unsafe procedures or processes;

     Procedure / System noncompliance;

     Uncontrolled / unauthorised releases to
      atmosphere, ocean or drains.

 Note: Where possible, (prior to filling out a HAZID Report Card), all hazards identified should, have
 control measures implemented immediately to make the area / item safe.

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     First Aid / Medical Facilities

   Illness / Injury - If you become injured or ill while working,
    report immediately to your Supervisor.

   Medical Facilities - Appropriate medical facilities are based
    on the Compression Utilities Quarters (CUQ) and FSO. An
    occupational health nurse (Medic) is based on the CUQ.

   Medication - Any prescribed medication must be declared at
    the heliport prior to departure to the facility. Upon arrival at the
    facility, you must notify the Medic of the medication.

   First Aid – A number of qualified Senior First Aid personnel are available on the facilities and in the
    administration offices. Their names and identification photos are located on the Heli-Admin notice
    board on each facility and the office HSE notice board.
    First Aid kits are strategically located throughout the facilities to allow the timely application of first aid
    treatment. Only qualified and competent first aid personnel should attempt treatment.
    The use of these facilities does not negate the need to report all incidents and injuries.

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     Incident Reporting
Incident reporting is an important part of CAJV’s and ConocoPhillips strategy for identifying
hazardous occurrences and high risk situations, and implementing improvements to eliminate the
potential for accidents, injury and damage to the environment or equipment. CAJV and
ConocoPhillips adopt a no blame approach when investigating incidents.

ALL INCIDENTS are to be reported immediately to your Supervisor, regardless of whether any
injury or damage was encountered. These incidents may include:

    Any Injuries - including first aid cases, medical treatment cases, restricted duty injuries or lost
     time injuries;

    Environmental incidents - including any uncontrolled or unauthorised releases to the drainage
     system, ocean or atmosphere and/or, any inappropriate or unauthorised disposal of hazardous
     substances, materials or equipment;

    Property damage – Including damage to any process equipment, systems, instruments,
     structure, maintenance equipment or tools;

    Hazard Observations – Including any observed acts or conditions that are deemed unsafe or
     environmentally unacceptable.

    Near Misses – or incidents that had, or could have had, the potential to cause injury or damage to
     the environment or equipment.

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       Emergency Response – In Transit
During mobilisation to the Bayu Undan facility it may be necessary to travel through, or overnight in
foreign countries. These may include Singapore, Indonesia (Bali), Australia and/or Timor Leste’. A
security briefing will be provided should it be necessary to transit through a high risk area.

Information relating to your travel will be provided to you prior to mobilisation. It is important that you
read, understand and carry this information with you as it contains the following data:

       Airport transfer information;

       Entry and exit information into Timor Leste‟;

       Protocols and expectations when staying overnight in Timor Leste‟;

       Transfers to the Bayu Undan / FSO Liberdade from Dili;

       Helicopter travel information including baggage restrictions and appropriate clothing;

       Prohibited Items on the offshore facilities;

       Emergency Contact Details - Should you encounter difficulties during mobilisation, you will need
        to contact either the in-country emergency contact person or the CAJV emergency contact in Perth.

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Emergency Response – On Bayu-Undan

   On arrival at the facility you will be allocated a Muster Point
    and Lifeboat in the event of an evacuation.

   Identify the best route to attend your Muster Point from your
    work place and room. Remember you may be required to do
    this at night in the dark.

   Identify the location of a secondary Muster Point in the event
    that your allocated Muster Point is inaccessible.

   Ensure you are familiar with the emergency response
    procedures as identified in the ConocoPhillips induction.

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Emergency Response - Office

Become familiar with the emergency response procedure for your building and
the Safety Wardens that will direct you in case of an evacuation. It is important
to know the location of:

   Emergency exits and fire escapes – DO NOT USE THE LIFTS

 Fire fighting equipment – extinguishers and fire hose and reel

 First aid kits

Learn the following:

   Building alarms and when regular testing is carried out

   Location of the Emergency Muster Point

   Sign in / out procedure for staff and visitors

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    Permit to Work System

The Bayu Undan and FSO Liberdade facilities operate a Permit To Work
system. A permit to work is required for ALL non-routine work and critical
work including:

   Hot Work

   Confined Space Entry

   High Voltage Electrical
                                                    Under no circumstances is work to commence
                                                      on non-routine or critical work without an
   Safety System isolation (eg. Fire pump)
                                                             authorised permit to work.
   Working Over Water

   Working with Chemicals

   Working with Radiation

   Any Non Routine Work

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Reporting and Emergency

When reporting an emergency by phone to emergency services – Police,
Ambulance, Fire Authority it is important to provide the following

1. Your name

2. The exact location of the emergency

3. The nature of the emergency

4. The number of people involved and their condition if known

5. Stay on the phone if it is NOT going to compromise your safety.

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    Tagging Systems

GREEN TAGS (Plant / Equipment Isolated)
indicate equipment is safe to work on and has been
isolated, vented, depressurised, drained, purged,
flushed and decontaminated according to the
requirements of the work permit.

YELLOW TAGS (Caution / Information) indicate
faulty or substandard equipment.

RED TAGS (Do Not Operate) Are used to identify
all valves, piping and equipment that has been
altered or changed from their normal operating
position to allow for isolation of a particular section or
item of equipment.

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Barricades and Signage

   Protective barricades and signs regardless of their structure are erected to prevent access to certain areas.
    (ie overhead activities, Chemical spills, Radiation, Slip, trip or fall Hazards)

   Barricades may take the form of tape (danger or hazard) flagged bunting or hard barricading (post and rail)

   Information tags should be placed on barricades to inform personnel of the danger present.

   Do not enter barricaded areas unless authorised.

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Barricades and Signage
Safety Signs are designed / colour coded to indicate the significance of the sign and the type of
    information being communicated. The following chart provides a guide to Safety Signs.








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    Portable Electrical Tools and Handtools

   All electrical equipment bought onto the Bayu-Undan
    facilities must be inspected by a ConocoPhillips‟
    electrician and tagged prior to their use;

   Electric power tools shall not be used in a hazardous
    area unless a valid permit is in place;

   Ensure that all tools and electrical extension leads are
    tagged with a current inspection tag.

   Inspect all electrical tools and extension leads for
    damage. If electrical equipment is found to be
    damaged, tag it out and notify your Supervisor.

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       Chemical Safety
Hazardous substances are not permitted on the Bayu Undan or FSO Liberdade facilities unless
they have been approved by ConocoPhillips and are accompanied by a Material Safety Data Sheet
(MSDS). When working with hazardous substances, the following precautions are to be taken.

       MSDS for all hazardous substances on the facilities are
        obtainable through the ConocoPhillips intranet or on request
        from the HSE Advisor or Maintenance Coordinator;

       Read and understand the properties of the hazardous substance
        and implement all recommended storage and handling
        requirements. IF IN DOUBT, ASK!;

       When handling chemicals or hazardous substances, such as
        paints, solvents, cleaning products, and other substances,
        ensure that the correct PPE is worn;

       Practice good hygiene;

       If exposure occurs notify your Supervisor immediately and seek
        the First Aid treatment.

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Mercury - Details
   Within the Bayu-Undan facilities, mercury may be present in the gas, condensate and LPG
    process systems, as well as the glycol regenerator and produced water handling systems.
    Essentially there are 2 forms of Mercury that have been identified:

   Elemental Mercury – Very Toxic Bio Accumulative Neurotoxin (ie Has the Potential to Build
                        up in the body and affects the central nervous system)

   Organic Mercury – Extremely Toxic Bio Accumulative Neurotoxin

   Mercury is a very dense liquid that tends to form into small silver globules or droplets, and
    will usually collect at the low points of a process or area. However, the liquid may be mixed
    through sludge or solid residues within systems and care should be exercised when
    undertaking tasks that may require handling of these wastes. Mercury may also be present
    in a vapour form depending on the type, temperature and pressure of the compound.

   Mercury may enter the body through either Inhalation, Absorption or Ingestion.

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Mercury - Precautions

   Prior to commencement of any work on a process system that has the potential for mercury
    to be present, vapour checks must be carried to confirm local levels are within acceptable

   All equipment should be flushed clean / decontaminated by operations prior to work be

   Even after thorough cleaning / decontamination of mercury contaminated steel, mercury can
    still be present in surface layers of metal. Extreme caution should be exercised when
    carrying out any hot work as when heated, the vapour could be released at potentially
    hazardous levels.

   Protective equipment shall be utilised depending on the nature and concentration of mercury
    present. This may include the use of a full chemical suit and respiratory protection.


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Benzene / BTEX - Details
   Within the Bayu-Undan facilities, Benzene and BTEX may be present in the wellstream
    fluids and is the „solvent‟ in the Glycol dehydration plant;

   BTEX - is an acronym for an aromatic solvent mixture consisting mainly of benzene,
    toluene, ethyl benzene and xylene;

   Benzene is a listed carcinogen and a toxic substance, and therefore must be treated with
    the utmost care. A copy of the MSDS is obtainable through the Offshore HSE Advisor or
    Maintenance Coordinator.

   Liquid benzene evaporates quickly at atmospheric conditions giving off vapours nearly three
    times heavier than air which are highly flammable and may form explosive mixtures in air.

   Benzene readily evaporates in air therefore inhalation is the most likely route of exposure
    but absorption through the skin is also possible.

   Symptoms of acute exposure to benzene vapour are typical of hydrocarbon liquids and
    include nausea, dizziness, headache or unconsciousness depending on degree of over-
    exposure. Chronic exposure to benzene at relatively low levels has the potential to cause

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Benzene / BTEX - Precautions
Personnel involved in handling or sampling hydrocarbons in the process area shall:

   Wear gloves, particularly to guard against contact with the product and low or high
    temperature burns;

   Where appropriate, wear additional items of protective equipment such as goggles, face
    shields, aprons;

   When working in areas of limited access and egress and restricted ventilation, personnel
    shall wear Breathing Apparatus (BA);

   Be aware of and familiar with:

     –   Locations of emergency showers and eyewash stations in the plant or on the facility;

     –   Proximity of appropriate fire fighting equipment to highly volatile liquid sample points;

     –   Location and types of breathing apparatus and Emergency Life Support Apparatus.

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      The following Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) shall be worn as a
      minimum on all facilities outside of the accommodation modules.

         Head protection (hard hat)

         Eye protection (safety glasses or goggles)

         Hand protection (gloves)

         Hearing protection (earplugs or earmuffs)

         Foot protection (Steel toe capped; non-slip soles; steel midsole)

         Protective clothing (long sleeved, 100% cotton or fire retardant,
          antistatic, high visibility strips or orange in colour);

         Skin Protection – Maximum protection sunscreen to be used when
          working outside for extended periods.

      Additional PPE may be required in some areas as described on safety
      signs and detailed in the Permit to Work or JHA.

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Welding and Oxy / Fuel Gas Cutting

   Only competent and authorised personnel may
    use welding and oxy / fuel gas cutting equipment;

   All welding and oxy / fuel gas cutting equipment
    and leads shall be inspected for serviceability
    prior to use;

   All welding and oxy / fuel gas cutting activities
    undertaken outside of the designated welding
    workshop shall be subject a hot work permit.

   All oxy / fuel gas cutting equipment shall be fitted
    with a Flashback Arrestor at the gauge end;

   All gas cylinders shall be stored and secured in
    the upright position to prevent falling.

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     Fire Fighting
Fire extinguishers are strategically located throughout the facilities and onshore administration offices.
Please take the time to familiarise yourself with them. Only trained and competent personnel should use
fire extinguishers.

            In the event of fire – If it is small and you are trained, attempt to extinguish the fire.

                         If the fire is larger – Raise the alarm and vacate the area.

                                     DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT RISK!
                                          Water                             Foam
                                       A Class Fires                A, B and F Class Fires

                                    Fire Classification
                                    A – Ordinary Combustibles, wood, paper & plastics;
                                    B – Flammable and combustible liquids;
                                    C – Flammable Gases;
                                    D – Flammable Metals;
                                    E – Electrically energised equipment;
                                    F – Cooking oils and fats.

                                     DRY CHEMICAL                           CO2
                                 A, B, C and E Class Fires              E Class Fires

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Manual Handling
Manual handling is one of the most common causes of incidents and injuries.

Manual handling includes:

   Lifting;

   Carrying;

   Pushing;

   Pulling;

   Holding.

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     Manual Handling

Some precautions that can be taken to reduce the occurrence of manual handling incidents include:

    Store heavy, frequently used items
     at waist level;

    Use mechanical aids where

    Split the load where possible;

    Use levers to reduce the load;

    Reduce repetitive activities.

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Manual Handling – Lifting Techniques

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Lifting Equipment and Cranes

                                      Only approved, qualified, and competent
                                       personnel shall operate cranes.

                                      Crane lift areas to be barricaded off where

                                       DO NOT WALK UNDER CRANE LOADS

                                      Only qualified Dogman shall direct the Crane

                                      All lifting equipment must be colour coded and
                                       inspected before use.

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Work At Heights

   Wherever possible, all work shall be carried out from a fixed platform (eg Walkway, Scaffold etc),
    therefore avoiding the need to work at height.

   Fall protection shall be used for all work where an individual could fall a distance of 1.5 meters or
    more, or is at risk of a fall from any height;

   Fall protection shall consist of a full safety harness attached to an engineered secure point;

   Working from height shall only be undertaken by personnel who have been trained in the correct
    use of Safety Harnesses.

   Safety Harnesses must be designed, selected, used, inspected, and maintained in compliance
    with the Australian Standard AS1891 and manufacturers recommendations;

   Two lanyards must be utilised on safety harnesses, one of which must be tied off to a engineered
    secure anchorage point at all times;

   Anchorage points should be located as high as possible (ideally overhead, but no lower than waist
    high) and where possible located such that, in the event of a fall, the cable/lanyard does not
    contact the edge of roof or platform, and avoids the pendulum effect.

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   All scaffold must be erected and inspected by an
    authorised person;

   Scaff-Tags are used throughout the facility to signify
    the scaffold has been erected and inspected by a
    competent and authorised person.

   All scaffold which is suitable for use shall have a
    Green approved Scaff-Tag attached at the point of

   Scaffolds which do not have a Scaff-Tag attached, or
    do not display a Green authorised insert, are
    considered unsafe. No personnel are permitted to
    access this type of scaffold.

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   Non conductive ladders must be used for electrical work;

   All single ladders are to be securely tied-off at the top;

   A 1:4 angle is to be maintained for all ladders;

   While ascending / descending a ladder, do not carry
    anything that will prevent you holding on with both hands;

   Maintain 3 points of contact when ascending or
    descending a ladder.

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    Working Over Water

   Work over water will only be permitted subject to the conduct of a hazard risk assessment and
    an authorised permit to work;

   Work over water shall only be undertaken providing it is carried out in weather, sea and visibility
    conditions that provide a good prospect of recovery should persons enter the sea;

   A standby vessel / rescue craft shall be available in the field at all times to render assistance;

   Radio communications shall be established and maintained between the facility, standby vessel
    and observer for the duration of the work over water activities;

   A work vest, safety harness and/or lifeline shall be worn whenever work over water is

   During work over water a person shall be designated as an observer to watch the person(s) at

                                      SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Confined Space Entry
A confined space is defined as any enclosed or partially enclosed space
   Is not intended or designed primarily as a workplace;

   Is at atmospheric pressure during occupancy;

   Has restricted means for entry or exit


   Has an atmosphere containing or likely to contain potentially harmful levels of contaminant;

   Has, or is likely to have, an unsafe oxygen level;

   Is of a nature, or is likely to be of a nature, that could contribute to the person in the space
    being overwhelmed by an unsafe atmosphere or contaminate.

                                    SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Confined Space Entry
Entry into a confined space will ONLY be permitted subject to the following
   All personnel entering the space to have completed an approved confined space entry
    training course;

   The completion of a HAZID;

   The completion of a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA);

   The receipt of an authorised Confined Space Entry Permit;

   The effective implementation of all hazard controls as identified during the HAZID, JHA and
    issue of the Confined Space Entry Permit.

   The placement of a trained and competent confined space entry observer;

                                  SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Heat Related Illnesses

The Bayu Undan facilities are situated in the tropics and can be subject to high heat / high
humidity conditions. Consequently there is a high risk of personnel suffering from heat
related illnesses. The following actions should be taken to reduce such potential:

   Where possible organise work so that it is completed in the cooler part of the day;

   Move the work to a shaded area or erect temporary shade areas from which to work;

   Drink water (100-200ml) at regular intervals to maintain hydration levels;

   Take regular breaks;

   Where appropriate, install extraction or ventilation equipment to maintain air movement;

   Affix a wide brimmed attachment to your safety helmet.

                                  SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
    Heat Related Illnesses

    Although not a significant issue for office based staff it is important to remember that
    should you be required to travel to the tropical region and / or the Bayu Undan facility the
    climatic conditions are hot and humid.

   Those most at risk are:                     Avoid heat related illness by:

                                                 Drinking small amounts of WATER often
   Overweight
                                                 Wear suitable clothing
   Medically unfit
                                                 Adopt a healthy life style

   Not acclimatised to the                      Avoid the over consumption of alcohol
                                                 Tea, coffee and cool drinks are not fluid replacements

   Suffering from heart disease                 Conducting physically demanding tasks in the cooler

                                                   part of the day
   Using diuretic medication

                                    SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Radiation Safety

 From time to time there will be a need to undertake radiography on the facilities.
  This will generally involve the use of a Gamma Radioactive source and will be
  carried out by suitably qualified personnel.

 During the use of radioactive sources, barricades and sign posts will be erected
  to prevent inadvertent exposure to radiation. These barricades may need to be
  erected on several levels, above and below where the actual activity is being

 Do not enter areas that have been barricaded and sign posted for radioactive
  materials even if there is no activity evident. The activity may be on the level
  above or below and out of sight.

                              SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
   Waste Management

The “3R Principle” of waste management is to be applied on all facilities:


      The management of wastes on the Bayu-Undan facility is
       outlined in the Waste Management Plan obtainable through the
       ConocoPhillips intranet;

      All waste is to be segregated and placed in the appropriate

      Ask your supervisor if you are unsure of how to dispose of
       specific waste material.

      Office waste is to be segregated for recycling

      Used printer and photocopier cartridges are to be returned for

                                      SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT

   Work locations and equipment are to be kept clean and
    orderly at all times

   Always maintain good housekeeping practices in all work you
    perform to ensure trips, slips, fire and environment hazards
    are reduced

   Emergency exits must be free from obstructions at all times

   Good housekeeping at height is extremely important

   Do not overload shelving and cabinets

   Good housekeeping extends to maintaining clean and
    hygienic office kitchen facilities to prevent the spread of
    germs and disease

                         DON‟T IGNORE IT – „FIX IT‟
                                     SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
    Dress and Behaviour Code

   Neat, clean and tidy at all times

   Appropriate professional appearance that reflects the nature of your business

   No bad, offensive language or behaviour

   Consideration for the privacy and the sensitive nature of business activities especially in an
    open plan office

   Limit private use of company communication facilities – phone and email and strictly no
    forwarding of offensive or sexually explicit material

   Respect for cultural, religious and sexual diversity

   Hours of work – as per office protocol. See your manager

                                        SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
  Road Safety
 Pedestrian crossing points are installed on major roads to
  enable you to cross safely

                    USE THEM
 Do not step out from behind buses you will not be seen

 Use under city arcades where available to reduce your
  interaction with traffic

 Walk do not run

 Be seen and adopt the same rules when being a pedestrian
  as you would when driving

 Be vigilant

                                SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Right to Challenge

                 SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Right to Challenge



                       WHILE AT WORK.

                SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Right to Challenge


                                                OF THE ACTIVITIES YOU HAVE BEEN
                                                   REQUESTED TO UNDERTAKE

 YOUR WORK COLLEAGUES                                   ASKED TO ENDURE.

                       SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
     Back to Basics

1.    Always do a risk assessment before starting a task and re-assess the risk when conditions change

2.    Always observe and follow all safety warnings, barriers, instruction signs

3.    Always wear the correct personal protective equipment for the task

4.    Always use the correct tools and equipment for the job and use them correctly

5.    Always follow the correct manual handling and lifting

6.    Always keep the workplace clean, tidy and free of obstructions

7.    Always hold the handrail when using the stairs

8.    Walk, do not run and always look where you are going, follow walkways

9.    Always conduct work in an environmentally sound manner

10.    If in doubt, ASK!!!

                                      SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT

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