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1 LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

2 INDUCTION OVERVIEW This information package has been compiled to introduce new employees, existing employees and visitors to LONRHO LOGISTICS, O.R. Tambo Int'l Airport, Kempton Park. Gauteng SA. The aim of this presentation is to: Inform employees, visitors, contractors of the hazards within the building areas Inform employees, visitors, contractors of the environmental commitments of Lonrho Ensure all employees, visitors, contractors are aware of the legal obligations from all the applicable legislations. Describe procedures and facilities available in the event of an emergency situation, including first aid and provide general orientation information on Health, Safety and the Environment Outline the Companies security measures (Access Control & PART108 Cargo Security) Describe procedures and facilities available in the event of an emergency situation, including first aid and medical emergencies, fire fighting and building/plant evacuation LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

3 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT POLICY LONRHO LOGISTICS offers exporters and importers a complete freight forwarding and logistics management solution within the domestic and international arena. The company recognises the management of Health, Safety & the Environment as an integral part of the overall business plan and consequent performance as any failure in this area will negatively impact on LONRHO LOGISTICS, its employees and the public in large. LONRHO LOGISTICS is committed to legal compliance and to continually seek cost effective improvements in the Health, Safety and Environmental performance. The company will strive for the following under: Environment Health & Safety LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

4 Policy continued – : ENVIRONMENT Prevention of environmental incidents within the workplace. To train and inform all employees and visitors on all aspects of Environmental Conservation. The conservation of natural resources and the prevention of pollution to air, ground and water respectively. The principle of continuous improvement to the environmental performances of LONRHO LOGISTICS. To comply as a minimum standard with all relevant legislation, standards and other requirements reasonably available to our organisation. The measurement and control and usage of natural resources within LONRHO LOGISTICS. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

5 Policy continued - : HEALTH AND SAFETY It is therefore that we commit ourselves and our employees to the Health and Safety Program to: The continued identification of hazards and risks to our employees, contractors and visitors onto the companies premises. The continued improvement of the Health and Safety Program. To establish a committee to evaluate the hazards and risks and to put in place steps to eliminate or mitigate the identified hazards and risks. To train and inform all employees, contractors and visitors on all aspects of Health, Safety, Fire and the Evacuation Procedures. To ensure an open channel for internal and external communication to ensure that the requirements of the Company Policy Statement are met and that the Occupational Health and Safety systems performance is continually improved in a cost effective manner. To comply as a minimum standard with all relevant legislation, standards and other requirements reasonably available to our organisation. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

6 Policy continued - : HEALTH AND SAFETY In order to achieve this a HEALTH, SAFETY and ENVIRONMENTAL program will be implemented which shall comply with all legislation pertaining to the Health, Safety and Environment and the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2009 It is the duty of every Manager as well as any other employee, visitor or contractor on site, to conduct their activities in such a manner as to strive for a healthy and safe environment. Communication with interested parties shall be considered when such requests are received. The Health, Safety and Environmental Policy will be reviewed on an annually basis during the review meeting as per the program. Mr. M. Froy Chief Executive Officer LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

7 Induction overview - continued Potential emergency situations could arise from: Fire & Explosions. Vehicle High jacking. Employees on strike (all Companies) Air Craft Accident. Flooding (Sprinkler System) External Sources Bomb threats LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

8 Induction overview - continued We are determined to prevent incidents relating to health, safety, environment and the community Everyone has the right and responsibility to stop unsafe work, to refuse to work in unsafe conditions, and to bring unsafe conditions and acts to the attention of management and / or the Health & Safety Representative, even if they only believe, in good faith, the job is unsafe. Furthermore: No amount of money is worth a life. Think and plan before you and your team act. We will investigate any unsafe conditions/activity and make sure these are made safe. Any manager, supervisor or contractor who puts profit or production before people is not aligned with the policies of LONRHO LOGISTICS LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

9 Induction overview - continued To enter the property you are required to make use of the gates at security. As an employee you will be issued with an I.D. card, as a contractor you will be required to sign in at security and then be issued a card for the day. The lending/borrowing of I.D cards to/from other individuals is strictly forbidden and illegal. If found guilty of this offence, ACSA will confiscate your ID card and legal action will be taken against you and against to company. In the event that you lose your I.D. card you should report it immediately to your Direct Manager LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

10 Smoking – policy and procedure Smoking within Lonrho Logistics is only allowed within certain demarcated areas PURPOSE OF THE POLICY The purpose of the policy is to comply with the provisions of the Tobacco Products Control Amendment Act 1999, and to ensure a smoke free environment for employees and visitors. BACKGROUND The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993, in section 8, imposes a duty on all employers to provide and maintain, as far as is reasonably practicable, a working environment that is safe and without risk to the health of its employees. The Tobacco Products Control Act 83 of 1993 (the Act) specifically prohibits smoking in public places, including workplaces. It has been acknowledged that smoking is extremely injurious to the health of both smokers and non-smokers and warrants, in the interest of employees and public, restrictive legislation. Lonrho Logistics, while recognising the choice of employees and members of the public to smoke, is also aware of the fact that the health and well being of employees, particularly those employees who do not wish to smoke, must be protected in the workplace. In view of the fact that Regulations have been published under the Act setting out the applicable requirements, Lonrho Logistics has put in place a policy to give effect to these regulations. This policy covers smoking of tobacco products on all Lonrho Logistics sites. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

11 Smoking – policy and procedure Smoking within Lonrho Logistics is only allowed within certain demarcated areas POLICY To ensure a smoke free environment the following measures have been implemented:- All areas within the Lonrho Logistics premises, including offices, workshops, corridors, change houses and toilets are designated no smoking areas. No smoking areas signs are displayed at various locations reminding staff and visitors of the policy. For smokers, smoking should be done outside or in the smoking room allocated inside the building and smoking is to be restricted to these areas. In addition, smoke breaks should be kept short as it can result in social meetings at the smoking area. Visitors, who wish to smoke, will be directed to these designated smoking areas. No other designated smoking areas exist, unless these areas have been inspected and approved by the Dept of Health to comply with current legislation. SCOPE This policy applies to all employees, contractors, tenants, independent contractors and members of the public entering any LONRHO LOGISTICS premises. LEGAL PENALTIES AND DISCIPLINARY STEPS Members of the public that enter the LONRHO LOGISTICS premises, who ignore these requirements may expose themselves to eviction from the premises and to criminal conviction and fines. Employees, tenants or any person who fail to comply with this policy will be disciplined by the company and may also expose themselves to criminal conviction and fines under the Act. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

12 Smoking – policy and procedure Smoking within Lonrho Logistics is only allowed within certain demarcated areas Enforcement All managers and supervisors must ensure that these provisions are strictly complied with. It is also the duty of every employee to see to it that this policy is adhered to and report any transgressions to their HOD or Health and Safety Representatives. Awareness Lonrho Logistics will ensure that the provisions of this policy are made known to employees and members of the public entering the premises. Lonrho Logistics, while recognizing the choice of employees and members of the public to smoke, is also aware of the fact that the health and well being of employees, particularly those employees who do not wish to smoke, must be protected in the workplace. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

13 Health & Safety Representatives Legally appointed Health & Safety Reps are: Billy Marias Brian Kotze Phanual Vhulahani Frank Kobela Sipho Neigumela LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

14 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

15 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION For your own health and safety, you must be aware of what to do in case of: a fire alarm and fire a bomb threat other emergencies that may arise. You should explore and find out: Your location in relation to the outside environment. Emergency contact numbers /8 (ACSA) and (security) Full list available at various strategic places within the building along with evacuation routes. The name and location of the Emergency Coordinator, the Floor Marshal and First Aider in your office area. Escape routes as indicated in various parts of the building The evacuation assembly areas and who the Assembly Point Coordinators are. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

16 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION ALL LONRHO LOGISTICS EMERGENCY STAFF HAVE BEEN ISSUED WITH REFLECTOR JACKETS, WITH MARKINGS DEPICTING THEIR DESIGNATED FUNCTIONS FOR EASY IDENTIFICATION Craig Campbell - Front Emergency Coordinator John Trublet - Rear Emergency Coordinator Leon Basson - Front Assembly Coordinator Christopher Muzhelele - Rear Assembly Coordinator Jack Lolliot Floor Marshal David Lawler Backup Floor Marshal Jonathan Broodryk Floor Marshal Bernard Schalkwyk Backup Floor Marshal Warren Beukes Floor Marshal Paul Grobler Backup Floor Marshal Phanual Vhulahani Floor Marshal Boyana Khoza/Pleasty Matloga Backup Floor Marshals LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

17 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION ALL LONRHO LOGISTICS EMERGENCY STAFF HAVE BEEN ISSUED WITH REFLECTOR JACKETS, WITH MARKINGS DEPICTING THEIR DESIGNATED FUNCTIONS FOR EASY IDENTIFICATION Position Currently Vacant Floor Marshal Alpheus Backup Floor Marshal Natali Diedericks First Aid Team Leader Cherine Partridge First Aider Carmen Nielsen First Aid Team Leader Medy Kikaya First Aider Brian Kotze First Aid Team Leader Position Currently Vacant First Aider Billy Marais Fire Marshal Frank Kobela Fire Team Member Sipho Neigumela Fire Team Member Peet van Tonder Fire Team Member LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

18 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Other Tenants – Evacuation Routes

19 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Import, Recons, Claims and Admin Evacuation Routes

20 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Senior Management and Accounts Evacuation Routes

21 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION LONRHO LOGISTICS – JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Export Department Evacuation Routes

22 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Kempton Park ACSA HOD / /7/ Ambulance Netcare ACSA Ambulance (ARWYP) ARWYP – Kempton Park Police/Flying Squad ACSA Branch Bomb Squad (Insp. Botha) Head Office – Johannesburg Mr Mike Froy Divisional Executive (Operations) Mr Craig Campbell First Aid Coordinator Ms Natali Diedericks ACSA Head Office ACSA Help Desk ACSA Security Electricity Water Infrastructure Monitoring Control Center /14

23 INDUCTION OVERVIEW – EMERGENCY INFORMATION What to do in case of an Emergency Do not panic Do not look for other people Secure your workspace and collect personal identification. Follow the instructions of your designated floor marshal and report directly to your nearest assembly point Give your name to the person in charge. Do not wander away and try to assist emergency staff unless requested to do so. Do not go back into the building until instructed to do so. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

24 Legal appointments - organogram LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN CEO Mr Mike Froy Section 16(1 ) Divisional Executive Mr Craig Campbell Section 16(2) Fire Team Members Billy Marias Peet van Tonder Sipho Neigumela Frank Kobela First Aid Team Members Natali Diedericks Carmen Nielsen Brian Kotze Cherine Partridge Medy Kikaya HSE Representatives Sipho Neigumela Frank Kobela Phanual Vhulahani Brian Kotze Billy Marais Export Manager Mr Leon Basson Section 16(2)

25 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

26 INFORMATION – SAFETY SYMBOLIC SIGNS LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN INFORMATION SIGNS GREEN SQUARE WITH A WHITE PICTOGRAM

27 INFORMATION – WARNING SIGNS LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN WARNING SIGNS YELLOW TRIANGLE WITH A BLACK BORDER AND BLACK PICTOGRAM

28 INFORMATION – FIRE EQUIPMENT LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN FIRE EQUIPMENT SIGNS WHITE SQUARE WITH A RED BORDER AND RED PICTOGRAM

29 INFORMATION – safety signs - continued LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN MANDATORY SIGNS BLUE CIRCLE WITH A WHITE PICTOGRAM

30 INFORMATION – PROHIBITORY SIGNS LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN PROHIBITORY SIGNS RED CIRCLE WITH DIAGONAL LINE AND BLACK PICTOGRAM

31 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

32 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN PHYSICAL STATE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SOLIDS – GASES – LIQUIDS –

33 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL/MATERIAL ENTRY POINTS Inhalation:- Breathing via the nose and mouth Divided into two groups:- Oxygen deficiency Air containing harmful or toxic contaminants Absorption:- Direct contact with skin Digestion: - Eating and Drinking These substances will be absorbed by the digestive system and be transported by the blood stream to all areas within the body.

34 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL/MATERIAL ENTRY POINTS The various hazardous classes

35 INDUCTION OVERVIEW - CONTINUED LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

36 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT What does the ISO14001 & OHSAS certification means for LONRHO LOGISTICS? LONRHO LOGISTICS committed themselves to manage the natural resources required for their operation by: Ensuring that potential liabilities are minimized if not eliminated. Compliance/Certification means reduction in insurance premiums. Consumer pressure Adhere to Group Policy Strive to reduce green house gas and carbon emissions that have a direct influence on global warming Prove our legal compliance i.t.o. legislation pertaining to our work place and work environment. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

37 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT What is ISO14001? & Whos system is this? ISO is the International Standards Organisation and is the number for the Environmental Standard that was adopted by all countries who are members of the ISO Standards Organisation It is our system, we must take control and run it as part and parcel of our daily tasks. Take note of where we waste natural resources, do damage to the environment, within Lonrho Logistics and therefore take the responsibility to take charge and rectify damages and waste production. Report waste and constantly make recommendations on prevention methods. It is not the responsibility of one person or a certain group of persons to drive the system. It is the responsibility of all of us and not just within Lonrho Logistics environment but everywhere we have a presence. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

38 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT What type of waste does LONRHO LOGISTICS generate? Solids Paper and cardboard boxes Plastic waste Wood Steel Scrap General Landfill Waste Liquids Water (Vehicles, Showers, Hands, Dipping, Sewage) Fumes/Gases/Vapours/Hazardous Waste Vehicle fumes, product fumigations, refrigeration gases, gas operating equipment. Fluorescent Tubing Oil and Tyres Depleted Battery Cells LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Always put waste into a bin

39 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN Two trees +/- 5-6m tall with a thickness of a CD= 500 A4 sheets

40 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT How can we prevent paper wastage? Ask the question. Is the printout necessary? Use the back of non-confidential scrap paper for scribble work What is the cost of a ream of paper? If it was mine, will I waste my own paper? What happens to paper when it ends up on the rubbish dumps or landfill sites ALONG with other rubbish? LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN D o n t k i l l o u r w o r l d - r e c y c l e

41 INDUCTION OVERVIEW-ENVIRONMENT How can we prevent water wastage? Identify any leaking taps, pipes, air conditioners or appliances that use water. Report water waste to your HOD. Do not use more water than what is necessary. Submit any recommendations to our Occupational Health and Safety Representative How can we save electricity? Switch off any lights that are not in use or in areas where sufficient daylight is available. Switch off air conditioners when leaving the office for long periods or at night before going home. Switch off any computers or appliances when not in use or. Unplug cell phone chargers Employees must take responsibility to ensure that lights and all other non-essential equipment within the department are switched off before leaving the premises. LONRHO LOGISTICS– JOHANNESBURG / CAPE TOWN

42 THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME GO OUT AND MAKE OUR WORLD A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE IN


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