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SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL 2009 SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS DISTRIBUTION LIST (at end of Table of Contents) DISCLAIMER FORMS CD – Safety Program Forms 1.0 INTRODUCTION Section 1 - Forms  Policy On Health Safety And The Environment  Policy On Drug and Alcohol  Policy On Violence and Harassment  Petroleum Industry Guiding Principles for Worker Safety 2.0 RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1 HARVARD 2.1.1 PRIME CONTRACTOR/OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1.2 OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1.3 WORK SITE SAFETY PLAN 2.1.4 MONITORING PROCESS 2.2 MANAGERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 2.3 SUPERVISORS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 2.4 WORKERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 2.5 SAFETY PROFESSIONALS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 2.6 VISITORS’ RESPONSIBILITIES 2.7 DUE DILIGENCE 2.8 DRILLING & COMPLETIONS SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES 2.9 STANDARDS FOR WELLSITE SUPERVISION OF DRILLING, COMPLETION AND WORKOVERS VOL. 7 2002 Section 2 - Forms  Work Site Safety Plan Checklist  Bill C-45 Explanation  WHS Bulletin – Due Diligence 3.0 SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN 3.1 THE OPERATIONS PROGRAM (DRILLING & COMPLETIONS) 3.2 THE SAFETY PLAN CHECKLIST 3.3 THE SAFETY STATEMENT Figure 1: The Elements of a Basic Safety Program Section 3 - Forms  Safety Statement OPX Consulting Inc. Table of Contents - i SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL 4.0 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT 4.1 OVERVIEW 4.2 RESPONSIBILITY 4.3 SIZE AND SCOPE OF ASSESSMENTS 4.4 ASSESSMENT INTERVALS 4.5 PROCESS OF HAZARD IDENTIFICATION 4.6 TYPES OF INSPECTIONS 4.6.1 ON-GOING INFORMAL INSPECTIONS 4.6.2 PLANNED INSPECTIONS (FORMAL) 4.6.3 SAFETY AUDITS, LOSS PREVENTION SURVEYS AND REGULATORY INSPECTIONS 4.6.4 EQUIPMENT PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 4.6.5 INCIDENT INVESTIGATION FINDINGS Figure 1: Hazard Identification, Elimination & Control Flowchart 4.7 RISK MATRIX 4.8 HAZARD ASSESSMENT TOOLS & CHECKLISTS 4.8.1 CHEMICALS AND FUELS 4.8.2 COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS 4.8.3 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY 4.8.4 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS 4.8.5 EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS 4.8.6 EMERGENCY RESCUE EQUIPMENT 4.8.7 ENERGY ISOLATION 4.8.8 ERGONOMIC FACTORS 4.8.9 EXIT/EGRESS 4.8.10 EYE BATH AND SHOWERS 4.8.11 FATIGUE 4.8.12 FIRE PROTECTION 4.8.13 FIRST AID KITS/STATIONS/EQUIPMENT 4.8.14 HAND AND PORTABLE TOOLS 4.8.15 HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEMS 4.8.16 LADDERS 4.8.17 LIFTING GEAR/EQUIPMENT 4.8.18 LIGHTING 4.8.19 MATERIAL HANDLING 4.8.20 MECHANICAL POWER SYSTEMS 4.8.21 NOISE EXPOSURE 4.8.22 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 4.8.23 PLATFORMS/SCAFFOLDING 4.8.24 PNEUMATIC POWER SYSTEMS 4.8.25 PRESSURE VESSEL AND PIPING 4.8.26 SIGNS AND TAGS 4.8.27 STACKING AND STORAGE 4.8.28 STAIRS 4.8.29 SUBSTANCE ABUSE 4.8.30 TRENCHING/EXCAVATING 4.8.31 VALVES AND MECHANICAL CONTROLS 4.8.32 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT 4.8.33 VENTILATION AND EXTRACTION 4.8.34 VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT 4.8.35 WARNING SYSTEMS 4.8.36 WASTE DISPOSAL 4.8.37 WHMIS/TDG 4.8.38 WORK SURFACES, FLOORS AND ROADWAYS 4.9 WELL SERVICING SPACING REQUIREMENTS OPX Consulting Inc. Table of Contents - ii SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL 4.10 DRILL SITE SPACING REQUIREMENTS 4.11 BATTERY SPACING REQUIREMENTS Section 4 – Forms  Well Safety Check and Hazard Identification

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