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    AJ Lucas Coal Technologies Pty Limited

    PROCEDURE

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    OHS LDS Management Plan NSW

    File Name T0119.docx Version No.: V: 1.8

    Last Reviewed: [Publish Date] Last Printed: 22 October 2009

    Division: Drilling Services

    Business Unit: HST&E and HR

    Encoded ID: CT_HS_237_A2

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................ 4

    2 OBJECTIVE .............................................................................................................. 43 DEFINITIONS .......................................................................................................... 4

    4 POLICY ................................................................................................................... 4

    4.1 KO185 Health and Safety Policy ..................................................................................................4

    4.2 KO186 Maintenance Policy .........................................................................................................5

    4.3 KO187 Return to Work Policy .....................................................................................................5

    4.4 KO188 Drug and Alcohol Policy ...................................................................................................5

    4.5 KO189 Industrial Relations Policy ...............................................................................................5

    4.6 KO191 Code of Conduct Policy ....................................................................................................5

    5 PLANNING .............................................................................................................. 55.1 Occupational Health and Safety System .....................................................................................5

    5.1.1 Duties of Employers ....................................................................................................................6

    5.2 Objectives and Targets ................................................................................................................6

    6 IMPLEMENTATION ................................................................................................. 6

    6.1 Structure and Responsibility .......................................................................................................6

    6.1.1 Lucas Drilling Services Operations Divisional Manager ..............................................................6

    6.1.2 HSE-T Manager ............................................................................................................................7

    6.1.3 Business Unit Managers ..............................................................................................................7

    6.1.4 Project / Regional Managers .......................................................................................................7

    6.1.5 Project Employees .......................................................................................................................76.2 Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment & Control of Risks ......................................................8

    6.3 Consultation, Communication & Reporting ................................................................................8

    6.3.1 Consultation ................................................................................................................................8

    6.3.2 Communication ...........................................................................................................................9

    6.3.3 Reporting .....................................................................................................................................9

    6.3.3.1 Project / Contract OHS Reporting ............................................................................................ 9

    6.3.3.2 Incident Reporting .................................................................................................................... 9

    6.3.3.3 OHS Performance ................................................................................................................... 10

    6.3.3.4 Document and Data Control ................................................................................................... 10

    6.4 Fitness for Work ....................................................................................................................... 10

    6.5 Training and Competency ........................................................................................................ 116.5.1 Lucas Group Training Program ................................................................................................. 11

    6.5.2 Project Safety Training ............................................................................................................. 11

    6.5.3 Competency ............................................................................................................................. 11

    6.6 Emergency Preparedness & Response ..................................................................................... 12

    6.6.1 First Aid Personnel & Facilities ................................................................................................. 12

    6.6.2 Fire Fighting Facilities ............................................................................................................... 12

    6.6.3 Emergency Communication ..................................................................................................... 12

    6.6.4 Emergency Evacuation ............................................................................................................. 12

    6.6.5 Signage & Display ..................................................................................................................... 13

    6.7 Hazardous Substances ............................................................................................................. 13

    6.8 Plant and Equipment Safety ..................................................................................................... 146.8.1 Plant and Equipment Inspection & Servicing ........................................................................... 14

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    6.8.1.1 Company Vehicles (Light & Heavy) ......................................................................................... 14

    6.8.1.2 Lucas Drilling Services Plant & Equipment ............................................................................. 14

    6.8.1.3 Hired Plant & Equipment ........................................................................................................ 15

    6.8.1.4 Tools ....................................................................................................................................... 15

    6.8.1.5 Defect Handling ...................................................................................................................... 156.8.2 Operation of Plant & Equipment ............................................................................................. 15

    6.8.2.1 Company Vehicles .................................................................................................................. 15

    6.8.2.2 Plant & Equipment ................................................................................................................. 16

    6.8.2.3 Tools ....................................................................................................................................... 16

    6.9 Electrical Safety ........................................................................................................................ 16

    6.9.1 Inspection ................................................................................................................................. 16

    6.9.2 Defect Handling & Servicing ..................................................................................................... 17

    6.9.3 Operation and Use ................................................................................................................... 17

    6.10 Work and Work Environment .................................................................................................. 17

    6.10.1 Checking and Assessing Work Areas ........................................................................................ 17

    6.10.2 General Work Safety Issues ..................................................................................................... 176.10.2.1 Ladders ................................................................................................................................... 17

    6.10.2.2 Working and Height ................................................................................................................ 18

    6.10.2.3 Manual Handling .................................................................................................................... 18

    6.10.2.4 Dust ......................................................................................................................................... 18

    6.10.2.5 Noise ....................................................................................................................................... 19

    6.10.2.6 Housekeeping ......................................................................................................................... 19

    6.10.2.7 Heat Stress .............................................................................................................................. 19

    7 MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION ....................................................................... 20

    7.1 Monitoring and Measurement ................................................................................................. 20

    7.2 Corrective and Preventative Action ......................................................................................... 207.3 Occupational Health and Management System Audits ........................................................... 20

    8 MANAGEMENT REVIEWS ...................................................................................... 20

    9 INDEX ................................................................................................................... 21

    9.1 Policies .......................................................................................................................................... 21

    9.2 Procedures ................................................................................................................................... 21

    9.3 Reference Documents .................................................................................................................. 21

    9.4 Forms ........................................................................................................................................... 21

    9.5 Legislation..................................................................................................................................... 21

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    1 PURPOSEThis document will enable Lucas Drilling Services to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of its

    employees in the workplace by systematically identifying and documenting hazards, assessing and controlling

    these risks associated with identified hazards; in order seek a continual reduction in work related injury and

    illness.

    2 OBJECTIVELucas Drilling Services aims to conduct its operations to the highest practicable level in occupational health and

    safety and achieve zero harm, by complying with or exceeding applicable health and safety legislation.

    This document addresses the requirements set out in the OHS Act 2000, the Coal mine Health and Safety Act

    2002, the Mine Health and Safety Act 2003 and the Petroleum (Onshore) Act 1991, and associated regulations

    all of which are regulated by the NSW Government. The document has been structured to comply with the

    requirements to meet the legal requirements set out in these Acts and Regulations, including the requirements

    set out in the Schedule of Petroleum Exploration and Production Safety Requirements 1992, in addition to

    ensuring adherence to AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.

    3 DEFINITIONSLucas Drilling Services is the trading name of AJ Lucas Coal Technologies, one of the subsidiary companies

    that form A J Lucas Group that provides drilling services to the Coal Industry

    Lucas Group means A J Lucas and its other companies listed in CO_AD_302 Companies ABN

    The Act means the NSW Occupational Health & Safety Act 2000 No.40

    The Regulation means the NSW Occupational Health & Safety Regulation 2001 and NSW Coal Mines

    (General) Regulation 1999(CMGR 1999)

    The Standard means AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.

    Refer also to the Act, Regulation and Standard for further definitions.

    4 POLICYLucas Group Management have defined a Health and Safety Policy as well as a number of supporting policies

    aimed at protecting the health and safety of employees, and have set objectives that are consistent with and

    support these policies.

    Lucas Group Management shall review these policies to ensure that they remain appropriate for all Lucas

    Group activities and are effective in reducing the injury and illness rate.

    As a subsidiary of Lucas Group, Lucas Drilling Services is bound to these policies and shall be included in the

    Lucas Drilling Services Quality Manual, Project Quality Manuals, and will also be displayed at all project offices.These policies shall be communicated to new employees and project personnel in accordance with and TO266

    Orientation and Induction.

    4.1 KO185 Health and Safety PolicyThe Health and Safety Policy states Lucas commitment to achieving zero harm, to ensure safe systems of work

    are being used, to comply with applicable requirements, to provide health and safety training, to monitor

    health and safety performance on projects, to provide personal protective equipment and to consult

    employees on health and safety matters.

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    4.2 KO186 Maintenance PolicyLucas shall ensure the health and safety of its employees around plant and equipment by maintaining plant

    and equipment to the manufacturers specifications, and shall employ only suitably qualified plant and

    machinery operators.

    4.3 KO187 Return to Work PolicyLucas has developed this policy and appointed a Return to Work Coordinator to manage the injury, illness,

    recovery and reinstatement of employees injured while carrying out work related activities.

    4.4 KO188 Drug and Alcohol PolicyThe Drug and Alcohol Policy states clearly Lucas prohibition on the use or possession of illegal substances on

    worksites, due to the risk an employee who is under the influence would pose, both to him/herself and other

    employees on a construction site where heavy, mobile and load lifting machinery may be in use. Employees

    found to be in breach of this policy will have their contracts terminated immediately, and be subject to

    counselling.

    4.5 KO189 Industrial Relations PolicyLucas has developed an Industrial Relations Policy to promote a safe and harmonious workplace by creating

    and maintaining a safe working environment.

    4.6 KO191 Code of Conduct PolicyAll employees, consulting and contracting personnel shall be subject to the Code of Conduct Policy, which

    provides guidelines on acceptable behaviour to ensure health and safety of themselves and others when

    carrying out work.

    5 PLANNING5.1 Occupational Health and Safety SystemThe Lucas Drilling Services Occupational Health and Safety Management System and all the documents

    referred to in this document has been developed to comply with the legislation in force that pertains to the

    operations and activities undertaken by the Division in NSW.

    Lucas Drilling Services employees and other persons engaged in the performance of works are fully trained and

    are aware of their obligations and responsibilities under both their clients procedures and under the legislation

    in force in NSW as it applies to the work undertaken.

    Due to the various mine sites Lucas Drilling Services is employed on Lucas Drilling Services will adopt the generic

    standard operating procedures and associated risk assessments developed with our clients for each project and

    Lucas Drilling Services will then develop task specific JSEAs and SWPs related to its employees and other

    persons engaged on the project will be the same as on the site.The objects of Lucas health and safety management system are as follows:

    a) to secure and promote the health, safety and welfare of people at work,b) to protect people at a place of work against risk to health or safety arising out of the activities of

    persons at work,

    c) to promote a safe and healthy work environment for people at work that protects them from injuryand illness and that is adapted to their physiological and psychological needs,

    d) to provide for consultation and co-operation between employers and employees,e) (to ensure that risk to health and safety at a place of work are identified, assessed and eliminated or

    controlled,

    f) to develop and promote community awareness of occupational health and safety issues,g) to provide a legislative framework that allows for progressively higher standards of occupational

    health and safety to take account of changes in technology and work practices,

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    h) to protect people (whether or not at a place of work) against risk to health and safety arising from theuse of plant that affects public safety.

    5.1.1 Duties of Employers(1) An employer must ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of all the employees of

    the employer.

    (2) An employee must, while at work, take reasonable care for the health and safety ofpeople who are at the employees place of work and who may be affected by the

    employees acts or omissions at work.

    (3) An employee must, while at work, co-operate with his or her employer or other personso far as is necessary to enable compliance with any requirements under the Act or the

    regulations that is imposed in the interest of health, safety and welfare on the employer

    or any other person.

    In addition Lucas Drilling Services obligations with respect to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of

    personnel whilst working at a clients site are two fold and pertain to the General duties of managers, owners,employees and other persons and to the Elimination or avoidance of dangers.

    In summary, Lucas Drilling Services must firstly ensure that all personnel comply with the health and safety

    management system in use by the client for the site in which they are working and secondly develop a health

    and safety management system for Lucas Drilling Services personnel, which ensures the drilling activities

    undertaken are completed with an acceptable level of risk.

    If an incident should occurring on a worksite and is proved to have been the result of negligence on Lucas

    Drilling Services behalf, then Lucas Drilling Services and all persons concerned in the management of the

    project/worksite are accountable and shall be liable for penalties and/or conviction.

    5.2 Objectives and TargetsThe following overall objectives have been set for Lucas Group with the aim of achieving the highest standardof OHS performance:

    Zero Harm

    No breaches in compliance

    Lucas Group is involved primarily in the contracting business, and consequently has to comply with objectives

    and targets defined by the Client or principal contractor, which may be different for each project.

    The Lucas Group OHS Manager & Lucas Drilling Services managers shall review the health and safety

    performance of Lucas Drilling Services on the performance of the projects undertaken, in comparison to the

    overall objectives of Lucas Group, and shall seek continual improvement on the performance of the previous

    review.

    6 IMPLEMENTATION6.1 Structure and Responsibility6.1.1 Lucas Drilling Services Operations Divisional ManagerThe Operations Divisional Manager shall ensure the health and safety of all those associated with the

    operations undertaken throughout the Division by:

    Providing the necessary resources (human, physical and financial) to develop, implement and review

    OHS management systems

    Participating in Management Reviews

    Instigating strategic risk management initiatives to address deficiencies and drive improved health and

    safety outcomes

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    6.1.2 HSE-T ManagerThe Divisions HSE-T Manager shall:

    Develop, implement and review OHS management systems and initiatives

    Report findings of audits and performance of OHS to all managers and employees of the Division

    6.1.3 Business Unit ManagersBusiness Unit Managers shall:

    Ensure there are mechanisms in place within their aligned Business Unit to allow for the identification

    of hazards, the assessment of the risks they pose, the management of those risks and the review of

    those risks with respect to all activities being undertaken, and planned to be undertaken, within the

    Business unit

    Ensure there are safety systems of work in place to manage risk including, ensuing that Standard Work

    Procedures (SWPs) and Job Safety Environment Analysis (JSEAs) are prepared and reviewed on each

    site

    Undertake regular reviews of the risks raised within the Business Unit through proactive means such

    as Hazard Alerts, Safety Observation Reports and operational Risk Assessments, and through reactive

    means including client complaints and incident reports, to ensure risks are managed effectively

    Provide the necessary supervision for employees, subcontractors and visitors to carry out their duties

    in a safe manner

    6.1.4 Project / Regional ManagersProject / Regional Managers shall:

    Maintain OHS records

    Conduct site inspections and audits to monitor the safety of the sites under their control, and toensure risk is managed wherever it exists

    Ensure that safe work systems (i.e. SWPs & JSEAs) are implemented and followed

    6.1.5 Project EmployeesProject Employees includes all crews and staff, all whom are required to:

    Take reasonable care to protect their safety and the safety of others when carrying out their work

    duties

    Be proactive in the identification of hazards and the management of risk; Report incidents and the

    undertake of Safety Observation Reports

    Please refer to KO035 Organisational Charts for details of Lucas Group and Lucas Drilling Servicesorganisational structures respectively.

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    6.2 Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment & Control of RisksLucas Drilling Services obligations as a contractor conducting drilling activities on a clients site is to provide a

    health and safety management plan that ensures an acceptable level of risk.

    Lucas Drilling Services managers shall use the following procedures to conduct hazard identification, risk

    assessment and control of risks of worksites and work activities:

    TO276 Risk Management Processes Procedure

    This procedure sets out the responsibilities of Project / Regional Managers and Supervisors with respect to risk

    management.

    When a new hazard is identified, the employee identifying the hazard shall fill out FO262 Hazard Report form.

    This form shall be completed and signed off with the site Supervisor. The new hazard shall then be added to a

    site hazard register. All Hazard Reports completed during the week shall be discussed at the Weekly Safety

    Meeting on site.

    The Project / Regional Managers / Supervisors shall be responsible for ensuring all hazards area addressed tomanage risk in consultation with those who may be affected by it, and in an efficient manner.

    The Project / Regional Managers / Supervisors shall ensure the risks inherent in each task undertaken on each

    site are managed systematically, in accordance with TO276 Risk Management Processes such that:

    - All routine tasks performed as part of the contract are recorded in a Job Safety Environment Analysis(JSEA). JSEAs shall be prepared in accordance with TO274, Job Safety Environment Analysis Procedure;

    - All routine tasks have a Standard Work Procedure (SWP) which serves as the operating procedure for thecrew, to provide clear and concise work instructions. SWPs shall be prepared in accordance with TO272,

    Standard Work Procedure Procedure;

    - Non routine tasks performed in abnormal work environments have a JSEA;- Employees and other undertaking tasks are trained in the SWP and the supporting JSEA;- In addition to having JSEAs and SWPs in place, SLAMs are to be performed when non -routine tasks arecompleted in the normal environment and when routine tasks are undertaken in abnormal work

    environments. If a SLAM identifies an unmanaged risk then a JSEA is to be completed;

    - New projects shall undergo an Operational Risk Assessment, conducted by the Project / RegionalManager with the OHS Manager at the project planning phase and in consultation with all those who are

    to be involved in the project including the client.

    6.3 Consultation, Communication & Reporting6.3.1 ConsultationLucas Drilling Services shall consult its employees and give the employees an opportunity to contribute to

    matters relating to their health, safety and welfare.

    Regionally based Safety and Communications Committees provide the mechanism for this formal consultation

    with each Committee consisting of an even representation of managers and employees. These Committees

    are run in accordance with TO262 Safety and Communications Committees and are used as the vehicle at

    which the following matters shall be tabled:

    (a) Risk management where hazards and hazardous conditions apply across multiple sites or are ofhigh and extreme risk, or where risks are unable to be managed effectively on site due to any

    reason;

    (b) Reviewing incident data in order to understand and address risk management deficiencies;(c) Systems improvements and initiatives to enhance the safety of the work environment, people,

    plant and equipment and systems

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    Furthermore, employees shall be consulted at the site level through ongoing risk management activities

    including the development of JSEAs, SWPs, and via the means of the Weekly Safety Meetings. Weekly safety

    meetings shall be convened in accordance with TO260 Reporting, Consultation and Meetings Procedure.

    6.3.2 CommunicationLucas Drilling Services shall communicate with its employees to keep them informed of current matters

    relating to their health, safety and welfare. The Lucas intranet, periodic newsletters and monthly updates sent

    out via the Business Unit Managers are used as the main source of information provided to all employees.

    In addition, all employees undergo competency based training both on and off site in pertinent topics

    pertaining to the management of risks relevant to the nature of their work. Training is provided based on need

    in accordance with TO268, Training Needs Analysis. All new employees undergo a Drilling Services induction

    upon commencement of work as per TO266 Training and Induction.

    Before commencing work on a new project all Lucas Drilling Services employees shall attend the induction for

    that particular to the clients site. Client representatives shall convene this induction to ensure compliance with

    their own companys OHS Management System.

    Before the commencement of each shift the supervisor shall ensure a Prestart Safety Meeting is convened withthe crew and all others on site FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form and in accordance with TO260 Reporting,

    Consultation and Meetings Procedure.

    During this meeting the previous shifts progress shall be reviewed and any relevant correspondence from

    Lucas Drilling Services management or client / site management shall be discussed with particular reference to

    safety alerts or changes in conditions. During this meeting the shift plan will be formulated and recorded.

    Further information communication shall occur on site in accordance with the instruction provided in TO259

    Notices and Signs which sets out that all Lucas Drilling Services worksite shall have appropriate health and

    safety warning signage on plant and equipment, hazardous substances, first aid facilities and common areas.

    In accordance with Clause 15 Part 2, Division 3 of the CMGR, Dangers action to be taken, employees must

    take reasonable steps to protect their health and safety, and are responsible for notifying the relevant

    supervisor or employer of risks to their health and safety. Should any dispute result from this communication it

    shall be resolved using the Lucas Group Procedure TO042 Procedure for OHS Disputes Resolutions.

    6.3.3 Reporting6.3.3.1 Project / Contract OHS ReportingBoth lead and lag performance on projects and contracts shall be monitored and reported on a monthly basis

    to provide the Project / Regional, Business Unit and Divisional Operations Manager the feedback on OHS

    performance they need to manage the project / contract.

    Reporting shall be undertaken by the members of the Divisions HSE-T team, using the information supplied on

    the Daily Drill Reports, in accordance with TO261 Reports Procedure.

    All employees shall be responsible for identifying hazards as they arise, and shall record essential information

    on FO520 Hazard Report Form and notify the supervisor as soon as practicable after controlling the hazard.

    6.3.3.2 Incident ReportingIncident reporting shall be conducted in accordance with TO528 Incident Management Procedure, which states

    that employees shall report all incidents, including near misses, to their supervisor, as soon as practicable after

    the event. The details of the incident shall be recorded on FO521 Incident Report Form.

    Should the incident result an illness or injury which requires medical attention, then the Divisions Return to

    Work Coordinator shall be notified at once and the procedure TO280 Injury Management and Return to Work

    shall be followed.

    The HSE-T team registers all incidents in a central Incident Register which is released to the Business UnitManagers weekly, to allow them to follow up and review incidents in a timely fashion.

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    6.3.3.3 OHS PerformanceMonthly performance data shall be released by the HSE-T team to the Divisional Operations Manager, the

    Business Unit Managers and the HSE-T team for review and distribution amongst all employees across the

    Division.

    This data shall include the results of incidents, hazards, safety observations, inspection and audit results and

    bee provided for the division, per Business Unit and per regional groupings. Data can be provided for client

    needs, or to meet other specific needs as required.

    In addition, the HSE-T team shall provide quarterly performance reports to the Divisional Operations Manager

    and the Business Unit Managers to allow for formal quarterly management reviews to occur, which shall

    include review of the Lucas Group HSE-T Strategic Plan.

    The data shall be used to make improvements to performance.

    This review and improvement process is detailed in TO256 Plans and Performance Procedure.

    6.3.3.4 Document and Data ControlThe Project / Regional Manager shall work with the Division QA Manager to ensure all project / contractrelated records are managed and available as per the Lucas Group procedures.

    The Lucas Group procedures for document management are:

    - TO002 Data and Document Control- TO115 Document Identification & Numbering- T0017 Filing System- T0311 Hard-Copy Archiving- T0016 Principal Contract Administration

    In addition, the Division is undergoing a change with respect to management of records as per KO583

    Transition to SharePoint.

    6.4 Fitness for WorkAs part of the recruitment screening process, applicants to the Drilling Services Division shall undergo a pre

    employment medical in order to assess their physical suitability to the duties inherent in the role. This is

    arranged by the Divisions Human Resources team and the medical report for each candidate is reviewed by the

    HSE-T Manager. This process runs in accordance with TO279 Health Assessments and Surveillance Procedure.

    In addition, at the commencement of each shift, the supervisor shall assess the fitness for work of all people

    under their control as part of the Prestart Safety Meeting, in accordance with the TO278 Fatigue Management

    Procedure and TO260, Reports, Consultation and Meetings.

    Any employee deemed unfit for work on any given day shall be denied access to the worksite by the

    supervisor.

    All Lucas Drilling Services employees are subject to random drug and alcohol screening as per TO277 Alcohol

    and Drugs Procedure. This procedure prohibits anyone working for Lucas Drilling Services or on a site

    controlled by Lucas Drilling Services, to attend work under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Random testing

    and/or testing employees reasonably expected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs can be run by

    anyone trained to conduct testing, including the members of the HSE-T team. People found to be in breach of

    the procedure shall be treated in accordance with procedures TO281 Management Personnel Affected Bu

    Alcohol or Other Drugs and TO265 Managing Employee Conduct and Discipline.

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    Lucas Drilling Services also understands fatigue can also impact on an employees fitness for work. The

    maximum length of shift is a nominal 14 hours, which includes reasonable shift handover time and travel

    between accommodations.

    A person under the control of the Division may work up to a maximum of 16 hours (including travel and

    handover) in a 24 hour period, however a Fatigue Risk Assessment must be completed with the supervisor /lime manager, once the 14 hour shift length is to be exceeded.

    The Lucas Guidelines for Hours of Work are detailed in TO278 Fatigue Management Procedure. This procedure

    also sets out the need for Project / Regional Managers to complete a Roster Risk Assessment when planning

    new projects/ contracts, to ensure the proposed roster conforms to the Lucas Guidelines for Hours of Work.

    6.5 Training and Competency6.5.1 Lucas Group Training ProgramLucas Drilling Services provides staff with health and safety training based on needs analysis in accordance with

    the requirements of legislation, the needs of the job and Lucas requirements and training is allocated as per

    T0268 Training Needs Analysis Procedure. Using the AX database, the HSE-T team have prepared a training

    matrix which shows for each position within the Division the competencies that are required.

    In addition, each individual employee has a training plan which shows the training that each individual requires

    for their role. The HSE-T team arranged delivery of training packages, run internally and externally, and

    coordinates the assessment of employees as per TO264 Assessment Guide Procedure. Training records are

    uploaded onto the AX database and the individual training plans are updated.

    6.5.2 Project Safety TrainingAll Lucas Drilling Services employees must complete the relevant generic surface or underground induction

    before they enter a clients site. Further to this, all clients sites require those going to site to be familiarised

    and assessed at the site-specific client / site induction. No Lucas Drilling Services employee will commence

    work on a clients site without completing these two inductions. If a Lucas Drilling Services employee has

    previously worked at the clients site the supervisor shall check with the client whether their induction is still

    current or if they need to attend a refresher course.

    In addition to the above all new Lucas Drilling Services employees shall receive a full induction to the company

    and the Division in accordance with TO266 Orientation and Inductions Procedure.

    Furthermore, at each site, in accordance with this procedure, the person in control of the site shall ensure the

    provision of site inductions, to ensure all people on site are aware of the hazards on site, and the risk

    management measures in place to address them, along with site rules and features.

    6.5.3 CompetencyOHS Regulation 2001 Chapter 9 states a worker must not operate certain items of plant or carry out a

    scaffolding, dogging, rigging task at a place of work unless the worker has been assessed as competent andholds a current certificate of competency, and is authorised by the site senior executive or the site senior

    executives representative to do so. This will not vary throughout clients sites.

    Lucas Drilling Services has developed competency assessments:

    These assessments cover personal safety, pre-start inspections, safety operations, set-up of equipment, safe

    operation of equipment, procedures for isolation & reporting requirements. All Lucas Drilling Services

    personnel are required to complete & be assessed as competent to perform their relevant tasks.

    Lucas Drilling Services management, based on successful completion of competency assessments, shall write a

    letter of recommendation describing the attained skills and qualifications of each employee to the clients

    senior executive. Lucas Drilling Services personnel are required to receive authorisation from the clients senior

    executive or his/her representative before commencing work at the clients site. Clients may wish to carry out

    their own assessments or conduct reassessments prior to given authorisation.

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    A record of plant and heavy equipment licences or competency assessments will be kept on FO078 Register of

    Plant and Equipment Licenses Form.

    6.6 Emergency Preparedness & ResponseLucas Drilling Services obligations with respect to emergency preparedness and response are specified inTO304 Emergency Response Plans which sets out the requirements for site Emergency Response Plans and trial

    evacuation exercises that are to be run on each site.

    6.6.1 First Aid Personnel & FacilitiesLucas Drilling Services shall provide first aid facilities and trained personnel on worksites for the prompt and

    immediate first aid treatment of injuries or illness occurring on site.

    The number of employees on site will determine the number of trained first aid personnel, contents of the first

    aid kit and type of first aid facilities required. These details are provided in TO306 First Aid Procedure, which

    outlines the responsibilities of employees with respect to the administration of first aid.

    Included in these responsibilities is the need for each site to have the names and certificate details of all

    registered first aiders on site, on display around site for ease of location of first aid personnel in an emergency.

    In addition, the procedure specifies that first aid kit shall be available, kept stocked and clean, on each site.

    6.6.2 Fire Fighting FacilitiesAll Lucas Drilling Services plant, equipment and site vehicles shall be fitted with fire extinguishers. The fire

    extinguishers shall be tested and tagged in accordance with TO273 Inspection and Testing Procedure. It is the

    responsibility of the supervisor to ensure this occurs, and to ensure that in between testing, equipment is kept

    serviceable and accessible and not misused.

    The site shall follow their own Emergency Response Plan to respond to emergencies. This Plan shall be

    prepared prior to commencement of the work and be tailored to the specific risks of the site / work as per

    TO304 Emergency Response Plans.

    All those on site, including visitors, shall be required to be aware of the site emergency response plan and the

    emergency management features of the site as part of their site induction.

    6.6.3 Emergency CommunicationWhen an emergency does occur on site the most important part of the emergency procedure is how problems

    and solutions are communicated around site and off site to coordinate the best possible emergency response.

    The supervisor shall ensure that each site has a means of communicating with the client contacts on site and

    with the emergency services. This means of communication must be two-way radio, telephone and/or

    intercom. On most sites there are a number of emergency services available for access. These numbers will be

    made available to the supervisor during the clients induction. These numbers shall be listed in the Emergency

    Response Plan using FO553, Site Emergency Response Plan template. These emergency contacts shall bedisplayed in prominent positions around site for ease of location during an emergency.

    6.6.4 Emergency EvacuationFor surface or underground operations all employees will be familiarised during their induction of the clients

    emergency evacuation procedure. In the event of an emergency all employees will follow this procedure under

    the direction of the relevant appointed client contact person.

    The supervisor is to ensure that all personnel and visitors know the emergency evacuation procedure and the

    location of the muster points. For personnel this shall form part of the checklist recorded on FO203 Prestart

    Safety Meeting Form. For visitors this shall form part of the site induction and recorded on FO531 Site

    Induction Form. Upon hearing the continuous sounding of the alarm, horn, bell or being notified by the client

    contact, all personnel shall proceed to the emergency muster point. All specific site evacuation procedures

    provide general instructions on the safe and rapid evacuation of persons from a worksite, shut down

    procedures, notification of emergency services and assigns responsibilities of employees during an emergency.

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    The supervisor shall take FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form and FO077 Visitors Registerto the muster point.

    The supervisor shall utilise these records to account for all personnel on site and then notify client contact of

    Lucas Drilling Services employee status.

    Response to any emergency shall be recorded on FO522 Emergency Drill Template. Lucas Drilling Services

    Management should also be verbally informed of any emergency response event by the supervisor as soon aspracticable after the event.

    6.6.5 Signage & DisplayTo ensure that all employees and site visitors have access to emergency response information in the event of

    an emergency the following information shall be displayed:

    (a) Site Plans indicating the location of:(i) access ways;(ii) fire extinguishers;(iii) first aid facilities;(iv) muster points;(v) storage areas of hazardous substances.

    (b) Signage indicating the location of:(i) fire extinguishers;(ii) first aid facilities;(iii) muster points;(iv) storage areas for hazardous substances.

    (c) Names of first aiders on site(d) MSDS Register(e) Emergency Contacts of site personnel, emergency services & regulatory authorities

    All signs and notices shall be displayed in appropriate locations such as central noticeboards, lunchrooms,

    toilets, work areas, near the relevant facility or around areas of potential emergency situations. It shall be the

    responsibility of the site supervisor that appropriate signage and notices are on display around the work site as

    per TO259 Notices and Signs.

    6.7 Hazardous SubstancesAll hazardous substances shall be managed in accordance with TO285 Management of Hazardous Materials

    Procedure which specifies that all hazardous substances supplied to any site shall be supplied with its current

    Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Upon arrival at site, the MSDS is recorded in a register and the riskassociated with the use of a hazardous material is discussed prior to its use.

    Lucas Drilling Services shall:

    (a) Notify the client of all Hazardous substances that are taken on site;(b) Obtain the MSDS for each hazardous substance and forward copy on to nominated client

    representative

    (c) Ensure that all containers are labelled;(d) Record hazardous substances in the sites Register of Hazardous Materials (FO082);(e) Ensure that the product is stored and utilised in accordance with the MSDS;

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    (f) Ensure the appropriate PPE and first aid is available for use by employees and if necessaryconduct a toolbox meeting on the correct storage, use and treatment of affected personnel

    regarding the product.

    The site supervisor shall ensure the MSDS is within date, contained within a folder with the Register of

    Hazardous Materials (FO082) used as a table of contents. Checking the folder shall form part of the PrestartSafety Meeting (FO203).

    In addition, the supervisor shall also ensure that the use of hazardous substances is strictly in accordance with

    the MSDS supplied, and all efforts to eliminate risk will be made. Particular attention should be paid to any PPE

    requirements specified by the MSDS. Tasks involving the use of hazardous substances shall make mention of

    the safety requirements for the use and storage of hazardous substances in the associated JSEA and SWP.

    Once expired (5 years from the date of issue) or superseded, the site supervisor shall send in MSDSs to the

    HSE-T team for retention for 30 years as is required by law.

    6.8 Plant and Equipment Safety6.8.1 Plant and Equipment Inspection & ServicingLucas Drilling Services understands that regular inspection and servicing of plant and equipment shall ensure

    the risks associated with utilising the plant & equipment will be minimised.

    TO292 Traffic Controloutlines the Divisions requirements for operating and management vehicles.

    6.8.1.1 Company Vehicles (Light & Heavy)Lucas Drilling Services drivers shall carry out daily inspections of light company vehicles, and record the

    condition on FO405 Daily Vehicle Inspection Checklist. This vehicle check includes checking items such as lights,

    tyres, brakes, oil level etc.

    Lucas Drilling Services drivers shall carry out daily inspections of heavy company vehicles using check sheets

    written specific to the type of item of plant or equipment, all of which are available on SharePoint. Such

    checks shall include checking items such as oils, wheel nuts, gas and brake tags, reversing alarms.

    6.8.1.2 Lucas Drilling Services Plant & EquipmentAll Lucas Drilling Services air and electric powered and diesel plant and equipment shall be inspected on a daily

    basis utilising check sheets available through SharePoint. Examples include:

    - Diesel Statutory 103 Daily Inspection ,F0324- Airtrack Statutory 103 Drill Rig Inspection,F0318- Driftrunner Daily Service & Inspection Report, F0307- Hoses and Fittings, K0543- Roof & Rib Support Bolting, K0238- Pro-Ram Statutory Daily Drill Rig Inspection.F0320

    Lucas Drilling Services has developed individual checklists for each piece of plant and equipment on site. The

    individual checklist for the relevant piece of plant or equipment will be carried out by a competent on site each

    day by a competent person.

    In addition to these daily checklists, Lucas Drilling Services has also developed much more detailed

    weekly/monthly service and inspection reports. The results of the inspection and servicing of each piece of

    plant and equipment shall be recorded on the items specific Service and Inspection Report. Again these

    checklists shall be complete at the intervals stated on the report by a competent person.

    FO245 Plant Maintenance Log Bookshall be maintained with each piece of surface plant and equipment. This

    logbook contains all the specifications for each piece of plant and contains a complete servicing history for the

    piece of plant. Any services completed as part of the Service Inspection Report shall be transferred into the

    Plant Maintenance Log Book.

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    Completion of allocated tasks recorded on the FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form and be recorded on the

    Maintenance Shift Report. Other maintenance activities carried throughout the shift will also be recorded in

    this report.

    6.8.1.3 Hired Plant & EquipmentAny plant and equipment not owned by Lucas Drilling Services, and has been hired to complete the job shall be

    subject to inspection. The supervisor must inspect each piece of plant and equipment that has been hired and

    the results of this inspection shall be recorded on FO425 Hired In Plant Inspection Checklist.

    Any crane not owned by Lucas Drilling Services, and has been hired to complete lifting tasks shall be subject to

    a more detailed inspection. The supervisor must inspect the crane to check its condition and lifting capacity.

    The results of this inspection shall be recorded on FO407 Crane Prestart Checklistand a register of all cranes

    inspected shall be kept on FO073 Crane Inspection Register Form.

    6.8.1.4 ToolsIt shall be the responsibility of each employee to inspect hand tools & lifting equipment immediately before

    utilising them for any task. The inspection should check that the tool is in a serviceable condition without any

    noticeable signs of damage. A formal record of the inspection of lifting equipment shall be recorded on FO072Register of Elect. Equip/Fire Ext./Slings Form.

    6.8.1.5 Defect HandlingAny defect of any piece of plant and equipment found shall be recorded on a site specific information tag for

    the underground operations or on a FO074 Equipment Fault/Defect Report Form for all other identified faults.

    This tag/report shall be forwarded to the supervisor immediately and the supervisor should get in contact with

    the Plant Manager. Together the Supervisor and the Plant Manager should discuss the fault to determine

    whether the piece of plant is safe to operate or not safe.

    If the piece of plant is deemed to be safe to operate with the defect or fault found by the Plant Manager and

    the Supervisor then the entire crew must be made aware of the defect/fault and work can continue. A record

    of this communication with the crew shall be kept on FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form and/or FO526Weekly Safety Meeting Form. The Plant Manager and the supervisor shall endeavour to get the defect/fault

    repaired as soon as possible.

    If the piece of plant and equipment is deemed to be unsafe to operate with the defect or fault found then the

    clients specific isolation proceduresshall be followed.

    6.8.2 Operation of Plant & Equipment6.8.2.1 Company VehiclesAll employees shall provide a photocopy of their Drivers Licence for their personnel file before operating any

    company vehicle. Lucas Drilling Services Managers and site supervisors shall ensure that only employees with

    valid drivers licences are issued with company vehicles. The driver licence details should be recorded on

    FO078 Register of Plant & Equipment Licenses Form . All employees must inform Lucas Drilling Services

    Management should the status of their drivers change in any way.

    All employees must maintain FO076 Vehicle Log Bookfor each company vehicle. This logbook provides journey

    start and finish dates, purpose for journey, odometer readings and whether the journey was company or

    private related.

    TO251 Motor Vehicles Instruction provides guidelines on the appropriate use and care of Lucas Drilling Services

    company vehicles.

    Should any employee be involved in an incident whilst operating a company vehicle FO065 Motor Vehicle

    Accident Details Form shall be completed. This form lists all the relevant details that should to be gathered by

    the driver in the event of an incident. TO048 Motor Vehicle Accident Details Instruction provides guidelines of

    what to do at a crash scene. Under no circumstance should an employee admit fault or liability at a crashscene.

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    6.8.2.2 Plant & EquipmentA worker must not carry out a task at a clients site unless the worker has been assessed as competent, and is

    authorised by the site senior executive or the site senior executives representative.

    No worker shall commence operation of plant and equipment on behalf of Lucas Drilling Services unless:

    (a) Lucas Drilling Services has certified the worker as competent;

    (a) Lucas Drilling Services Management have written to the clients contact senior executiverepresentative recommending an employee for authorisation;

    (b) Opportunity is given to the client contact to conduct competency assessment of their own if theywish;

    (c) Lucas Drilling Services Management have received authorisation from the client senior executiveor the senior executives representative.

    A record of plant and heavy equipment licences or competency assessments will be kept on FO078 Register of

    Plant and Equipment Licenses Form.

    6.8.2.3 ToolsThe misuse of tools by employing them for a purpose other than their designed purpose is a potential hazard

    that could result in injury or equipment damage. All Lucas Drilling Services personnel shall be responsible for

    ensuring a suitable task is being carried out with the appropriate tool.

    The following safe work procedures have been developed by Lucas Group to ensure the safety of its employees

    using these tools:

    TO031 Portable Electrical Equipment Inspection Instruction;

    KO167 Compressor & Compressed Air Tools Instruction;

    TO066 Electrical Power Actuated Tools Instruction;

    TO067 Explosive Power Actuated Tools Instruction;

    TO068 Grinding & Cutting Instruction;

    TO069 Hand Tools Instruction.

    6.9 Electrical Safety6.9.1 InspectionLucas Drilling Services understands that regular inspection electrical equipment shall ensure the risks

    associated with utilising the electrical equipment will be minimised.

    Only persons in possession of a certificate of competency as an electrician and authorised by the client shall be

    allowed to work on electrical machines or apparatus within the clients lease.

    Mine sites generally have electricians on site that are capable of performing electrical inspections. If available,

    the mines electrician shall perform regular inspections of all electrical equipment on site. The mine site

    electrician shall also inspect, number, tagged and Log on site register each piece of electrical equipment on

    site.

    The frequency of this inspection shall be in accordance with AS/NZS3760:2003 In-service safety inspection and

    testing of electrical equipment, or to a frequency as directed by the client and as stated in the relevant OHS

    legislation.

    The electrician shall place a colour-coded tag that will indicate the last time it was inspected. FO071 Register

    of Safety Equipment Issuedshall be utilised to provide a register of all electrical equipment on site. It shall be

    the responsibility of the site supervisor that all electrical equipment on site has been inspected and tagged and

    the register of tagging is current.

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    All employees should inspect each piece of electrical equipment prior to use. This inspection should:

    Ensure the item has been inspected and tagged by an electrician;

    Ensure the items tag is current and the item does not require reinspection;

    Ensure the item does not have any obvious signs of damage.

    6.9.2 Defect Handling & ServicingLucas Drilling Services personnel shall comply with the clients procedures of defect handling & servicing. Any

    direction given to the supervisor by the clients appointed electrician shall be complied with. Any direction

    given to the supervisor or any other employee shall be communicated to all personnel. A record of this

    communication shall be record on either FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form or FO526 Weekly Safety Meeting

    Form.

    Should any personnel find during the prior to use inspection that the item has not been tagged, the tag is not

    current, the item has been damaged or the item does not work then the employee should immediately notify

    the supervisor. The supervisor shall place an out-of-service tag on the item in accord with the clients isolation

    procedures. To ensure the tag is not accidentally removed, a record of any tags attached shall be recorded on

    FO070 Electrical Safety Tag Register. This item shall then be brought to the attention of an electrician. Under

    no circumstance shall an employee, who has not held a certificate of competency as an electrician and is

    authorised by the client, perform any servicing of the item. Upon the clients appointed electrician inspecting

    the item the supervisor shall comply with any direction given.

    6.9.3 Operation and UseThe misuse of electrical equipment by employing them for a purpose other than their designed purpose is a

    potential hazard that could result in injury or equipment damage. All Lucas Drilling Services personnel shall be

    responsible for ensuring a suitable task is being carried out with the piece of electrical equipment.

    TO064 Electrical Equipment Safety Instruction describes the procedure with which all electrical equipment

    should be operated to ensure the risks are minimised.

    6.10 Work and Work Environment6.10.1 Checking and Assessing Work AreasThe site supervisor shall conduct regular inspections of the site and any plant/machinery to ensure that:

    Hazards are identified, assessed and eliminated or controlled;

    Risk assessments conducted on existing hazards are valid;

    Risk control measures are implemented, and are effective;

    Condition of plant and equipment does not endanger the health and safety of plant operators;

    Personal protective equipment issued is used in the correct manner.

    TO273 Inspection and Testing Procedure shall be utilised in conjunction with the task specific JSEAs for each

    particular task to conduct these inspections. The results of the site inspection shall be recorded on FO421 Site

    Inspection.

    6.10.2 General Work Safety Issues6.10.2.1 LaddersThe supervisor shall ensure that all ladders are used in accordance with TO296 Working at Heights Procedure

    and as a rule, are:

    Not damaged or broken in any way;

    Always tied off or secured to an adjacent anchor point or structure;

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    Always placed in a position so that the base distance is one quarter the vertical height distance.

    6.10.2.2 Working and HeightThe safety factors that must be considered when conducting work where a person could fall 1.8m or more are

    covered in TO296 Working at Heights Procedure. As a rule, working at heights is only ever performed as a last

    resort, where there is no safer way to do a job, and only ever when the safety requirements for work at heights

    as per procedure TO296 are fulfilled.

    Furthermore, work at heights may only be commenced with the permission of the Project / Regional Manager

    and under a Permit as per TO294, Wellsite Permit to Work Procedure which applies to all Production sites and

    CSG Exploration sites or, for other sites unless specified by the Business Unit Manager, using FO544 Generic

    Permit to Workas per TO296.

    If there is the slightest possibility of falling a safety harness attached to a lifeline or fall arrestor device should

    be worn. All personnel wearing a harness should:

    The supervisor on site must ensure it is good condition;

    Adjust for a correct and comfortable fit;

    Secure to anchor that will support your weight;

    Ensure an assistant or observer is present at all times.

    The supervisor shall ensure that all elevated working platforms have appropriate railing to prevent a fall from

    occurring.

    To protect personnel working below from falling objects before starting the job the supervisor shall access the

    extent of the drop zone, taking into account the possible deflection of dropped objects. A barrier should then

    be erected around the extent of the drop zone with appropriate caution signage stating that overhead work is

    in progress.

    In addition, when working under a Permit for working at heights the supervisor shall ensure that a task based

    Risk Assessment using a JSEA in accordance with TO276 Risk Management Processes and TO274, Job SafetyEnvironment Analysis are preparedbefore proceeding with the task.

    6.10.2.3 Manual HandlingAll personnel must always be mindful to the dangers associated with the lifting of heavy objects. Back injuries

    are a major source of permanent disability. When lifting of heavy objects is required all personnel must:

    Always utilise a mechanical lifting aid (such as a crane or forklift) if it is available;

    Always ask another person to provide lifting assistance if it is available;

    Never attempt a lift unaided if you believe the object is too heavy;

    Manual handling related activities shall be performed in accordance with the risk management instruction

    provided in TO276 Risk Management Processes and at all times, all employees are to adhere to relatedprocedure, TO282 Manual Handling Procedure.

    6.10.2.4 DustThe Lucas Drilling Services supervisors shall ensure that the atmosphere in any area of drilling related work

    shall not:

    Contain respirable dust exceeding 3 mgs per cubic metre of air;

    Contain free silica exceeding 0.1 mgs per cubic metre of air.

    Dust suppression on access roads and drill sites shall be controlled by watering where engineering or other

    controls cannot be provided.

    The site supervisor shall ensure that suitable respiratory protection PPE is available for all personnel shouldthey wish to utilise it. This PPE shall be dust masks and/or cartridge / particulate type masks. The supervisor

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    shall ensure that the PPE is worn when the atmosphere is exceeding the above concentrations and that the

    PPE is being worn in the correct manner. The correct use of respiratory protection PPE would be a useful

    agenda item for a toolbox meeting.

    Work completed on mine sites shall be expected to coordinate risk management efforts with the mine staff to

    carry out Risk Assessments and develop SWPs to manage this issue and consequently Lucas Drilling ServicesEmployees will follow the developed generic policy / procedure.

    6.10.2.5 NoiseThe Regulation specifies that no worker be exposed to noise exceeding the national standard for occupational

    noise. The Australian Standard for a maximum daily dose has been set at 85 dB.

    The site supervisor shall ensure that suitable noise protection PPE is available for all personnel. This PPE shall

    be earplugs and/or earmuffs. The supervisor shall ensure that the PPE is worn when noise is exceeding the

    above level and that the PPE is being worn in the correct manner. The correct use of noise protection PPE

    would be a useful agenda item for a toolbox meeting. Specific locations on rig sites and in some cases, in other

    locations on the clients lease, shall have identified areas of hearing protection zones of which Lucas Drilling

    Services employees shall adhere to, for example inside sound proof enclosures on drilling equipment and mud

    systems.

    Work completed on mine sites shall be expected to coordinate risk management efforts with the mine staff to

    carry out Risk Assessments and develop SWPs to manage this issue and consequently Lucas Drilling Services

    Employees will follow the developed generic policy / procedure.

    6.10.2.6 HousekeepingPoor housekeeping in the work area can lead to the unnecessary creation of hazards. The supervisor shall

    ensure the:

    All rubbish is placed in to the appropriate bin as soon it is generated;

    Aisles, walkways, thoroughfares, emergency escape routes are always keep clear;

    All walkways are of sufficient size to allow two-way pedestrian flow;

    Machinery paths & Pedestrian paths are separated;

    Materials & Tools are neatly stacked or stored away or a level surface;

    All unnecessary items and items that have been finished with are removed from site;

    Separate rubbish bins are provided for appropriate materials i.e. general waste, flammable waste,

    scrap metal and medical waste.

    All rubbish bins are emptied on a regular basis to an approved location;

    All site facilities (offices, lunchroom & toilets) are cleaned on a regular basis to maintain an acceptable

    level of hygiene.

    6.10.2.7 Heat StressHeat exhaustion can occur when working in excessive heat, particularly with high humidity and direct exposure

    to the sun. The supervisor shall ensure:

    All personnel have adequate supplies of drinking water;

    All personnel make use of shaded areas where possible;

    All personnel have appropriate sun protection equipment such as brimmed helmet fittings, long

    sleeve shirts, long trousers & sun cream.

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    7 MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION7.1 Monitoring and MeasurementThe supervisor shall facilitate regular site inspections in accordance with TO273 Inspection and Testing

    Procedure.

    7.2 Corrective and Preventative ActionThe supervisor shall initiate immediate corrective or preventative action where possible or temporary

    corrective action in the following circumstances:

    A deficiency has be observed during an inspection of the site;

    An employee has reported a new hazard and reported it to the supervisor and has been recorded on

    FO520 Hazard Report Form;

    A deficiency has emerged from an Incident Report, recorded on FO521 Incident Report Form;

    A defect or fault has been reported to the supervisor during a plant and equipment inspection and has

    been recorded on FO074 Equipment Fault / Defect Report;

    In each of these circumstances the entire crew shall be informed of the new hazard, the risks associated with

    the new hazard and the risk management measure(s) initiated to eliminate or reduce the risk. A record of this

    communication with the crew shall be kept on the FO203 Prestart Safety Meeting Form and/or FO526 Weekly

    Safety Meeting Form. The associated JSEA shall be reviewed and revised as required, to address the change.

    Should any dispute from the employees result from the handling of the hazard by the supervisor or Lucas

    Drilling Services management it shall be resolved in accordance with TO042 Procedure for OHS Disputes

    Resolutions.

    7.3 Occupational Health and Management System AuditsAudits shall be run in accordance with TO269 Audit Procedure, which covers the need for internal and external

    audits to review the implementation of the Occupational Health and Safety System and to review the

    compliance of the system against legal and client requirements.

    The results of these audits shall be submitted to the Divisional Operations Manager and shared with all

    Business Unit Managers and the HSE-T team for distribution across the Division. Action plans shall be prepared

    to address audit findings with the HSE-T team and the aligned Project / Regional Manager and distributed with

    the report.

    8 MANAGEMENT REVIEWSTo ensure continual improvement and effectiveness of the Occupational Health and Safety System, Lucas

    Drilling Services management shall participate in Quarterly Management Reviews of the Occupational Health

    and Safety System.

    Each Business Units performance against lead and lag indicators for OHS and the impact of proposed

    organisational, client, and legislation changes shall be covered at these meetings to allow for strategic planning

    to ensure continual improvement and compliance are achieved and maintained.

    The findings of Management Reviews shall be documented to ensure that recommendations made are

    recorded and follow up action taken for the implementation of these recommendations.

    This process shall occur as per TO256 Plans and Performance Measurement.

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    9 INDEX9.1 Policies

    KO185 Health And Safety Policy

    KO186 Maintenance Policy

    KO187 Return To Work Policy

    KO188 Drug And Alcohol Policy

    KO189 Industrial Relations Policy

    KO191 Code Of Conduct Policy

    9.2 Procedures

    T0254 Leadership & Accountability Procedure

    T0256 Plans & Performance Measures Procedure

    T0255 Legal Requirements Procedure

    T0260 Reporting, Consultation & Meetings Procedure

    T0262 Safety & Communications Committee Procedure

    T0263 Safety & Hazards Alerts Procedure

    T0258 Incident Management Procedure

    T0261 Reports Procedure

    T0259 Notices & Signs Procedure

    T0266 Orientation & Inductions Procedure

    T0268 Training Needs & Analysis Procedure

    T0264 Assessment Guide Procedure

    T0265 Managing Employee Conduct & Discipline Procedure

    T0267 Safety Recognition Procedure

    T0276 Risk Management Procedure

    T0274 Job Safety Environmental Analysis Procedure

    T0269 Audits Procedure

    T0273 Housekeeping And Inspections Procedure

    T0272 Standard Work Procedures

    T0270 Change Management Procedure

    T0271 Design Modification Flowchart

    T0275 Managing Plant And Equipment Including Commissioning Procedure

    T0283 Outdoor Work Procedure

    T0279 Health Assessments & Surveillance Procedure

    T0280 Injury Management And Return To Work Procedure

    T0282

    Manual Handling ProcedureT0278 Fatigue Management Procedure

    T0277 Alcohol And Drugs Procedure

    T0281 Managing Personnel Affected By Alcohol & Other Drugs Procedure

    T0285 Hazardous Materials Management Procedure

    T0289 Journey Management Procedure

    T0286 Hazardous Zones Procedure

    T0293 Well Control Procedure

    T0290 Load Security Guide Procedure

    T0291 Personal Protective Equipment Procedure

    T0288 Isolation And Tag Out Procedure

    T0284

    Confined Spaces ProcedureT0287 Hot Work Procedure

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    T0296 Working At Heights Procedure

    T0295 Excavation Procedure

    T0294 Well Site Permit To Work Procedure

    T0292 Traffic Control Procedure

    T0106

    Repair & Maintenance ProcedureT0301 Safe Forklift Operation Guidelines

    T0297 Camp & Accommodation Rules

    T0298 Electrical Equipment Procedure

    T0299 Hand Tools Procedure

    T0300 Lifting Equipment Procedure

    T0302 Vehicle Loading Crane Operations Procedure

    T0303 Managing Contractors Procedure

    T0111 Procurement Procedure

    T0306 First Aid Procedure

    T0304 Emergency Response Procedure

    T0305

    Fire Prevention GuidelinesTO042 Procedure for OHS Disputes Resolutions.

    TO251 Motor Vehicles Instruction

    TO064 Electrical Equipment Safety Instruction

    TO048 Motor Vehicle Accident Details Instruction

    TO031 Portable Electrical Equipment Inspection Instruction

    TO066 Electrical Power Actuated Tools Instruction

    TO067 Explosive Power Actuated Tools Instruction

    TO069 Hand Tools Instruction

    TO068 Grinding & Cutting Instruction

    9.3 Reference DocumentsKO540 Environmental Management Plan

    KO566 Incident Notification NSW

    K0440 Health & Safety Committee Constitution Template

    K0444 Initial Incident - CSG Reporting Flowchart

    K0443 Initial Incident - Reporting Fixed Facility Flowchart

    K0442 Initial Incident - Reporting Exploration Flowchart

    K0525 OHS Risk Matrix Reference

    K0441 Initial Incident Reporting Drilling Flowchart

    K0445 Broad Brush Risk Assessment Reference

    K0446 Drilling Division Risk Profile Reference

    KO035 Organisation ChartKO583 Transition to SharePoint

    K0543 Hoses and Fittings

    K0238 Roof & Rib Support Bolting

    KO167 Compressor & Compressed Air Tools Instruction

    9.4 Forms

    F0417 Setting Up NSW Workplace Ohs Committees Guide

    F0523 Project Monthly Safety Return Form

    F0524 Monthly Safety Divisional Return Form

    F0522 Internal Safety Alert Form

    F0521 Incident Report FormF0063 Hazard Report - Pocket Book Template

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