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1 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.001 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program HORIZON OIL SANDS PROJECT

2 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.002 WHO IS OSSA? The Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) is non- profit organization funded and supported by: Albian Sands Energy Inc. Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. Suncor Energy Inc. Syncrude Canada Ltd.

3 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.003 To bring together the current Oil Sands Owners to design and implement an agreed set of Safety Training Standards & Practices for the purpose of creating ‘An Incident Free Workforce’. These Standards apply to the contractor workforce working in this region. OSSA OBJECTIVE OSSA OBJECTIVE

4 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.004 ORIENTATION OVERVIEW Orientation is a general awareness of critical job safety factors found on all sites. Hazards may be different depending on the job or work area. Specialized training such as fall protection, confined space entry, or respiratory protective equipment, may be required.

5 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.005 Click here to view this video. The file will open shortly.

6 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.006 SECURITY To control site access, all entrances are monitored by security personnel. ID's must be worn visibly at all times, and must be presented when requested by authorized personnel. Security have the discretion to perform random searches of all vehicles, tool boxes, personal effects, lockers and containers. Theft of any kind (property, time, materials and/or information) will be grounds for immediate corrective action.

7 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.007 SMOKING GUIDELINES Smoking is only permitted in designated areas on all plant sites. Use only closed mechanism lighters or safety matches. Most disposable lighters are not permitted.

8 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.008 WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (Alberta OH&S Code) To ensure a safe workplace, Member Companies will not tolerate workplace violence or harassment of any kind: Physical Verbal SexualRacial Psychological It is your responsibilityIt is your responsibility to report all acts of workplace violence or harassment to your supervisor.

9 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.009 WALKWAYS Stay on designated walkways (where marked) while going to and from the work locations. Overhead doors may fall without warning. Never walk or stand under any overhead door when it is in motion.

10 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0010 ALARM SYSTEMS Gas Detection Alarm blue blueAudio alarm accompanied by blue flashing or blue strobe lights. Plant Evacuation Alarm Audio/visual alarms are site specific. Fire Alarm red redAudio alarm accompanied by red flashing or red strobe lights.

11 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0011 EMERGENCY MEETING POINTS EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY AREAS All workers must be aware of their nearest: Emergency Assembly Area Emergency Meeting Point (Emergency Response Staging Area at Albian). EVERYONEEmergency Assembly Areas are posted. This is where EVERYONE must go in the case of an emergency. YOU YOUEmergency Meeting Points (Staging Areas) are posted. This is where YOU go to meet the emergency personnel when YOU have called in an emergency.

12 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0012 EMERGENCY REPORTING PROCEDURES If you are in an emergency situation at any of the plant sites, call 911 on any dedicated site phone except Canadian Natural Resources Limited where the number is You can report an emergency on Channel 1 on any site radio.

13 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0013 EMERGENCY REPORTING PROCEDURES Emergency Numbers (i.e. by Cell Phone) Albian Albian Canadian Natural Canadian Natural Suncor Suncor Syncrude790 – 4911Syncrude790 – 4911 If you call 911 on your cell phone, you will contact the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo - which will delay response.

14 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0014 EMERGENCY REPORTING PROCEDURES When you call in an emergency, stay on the line and report : Location of incident Your Name Nature of the emergency The nearest Emergency Meeting Point Remember to obey the instructions given by the Emergency Response Operator.

15 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0015 INCIDENT REPORTING must beAll incidents and injuries, no matter how small, must be reported immediately to your Supervisor. Near MissesAll Near Misses must also be reported. must beAn incident report must be completed within 24 hours to capture actual or potential losses to people, assets, environment or reputation.

16 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0016 Click here to view this video. The file will open shortly.

17 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0017 FIELD LEVEL RISK ASSESSMENTS (FLRA) FLRAField Level Hazard Assessments, such as the FLRA, are a standard in the Industry. They are used to identify hazards and put controls in place to eliminate or reduce risks to acceptable levels. FLRAThe FLRA hazard assessment tool is used before starting any new work, when conditions change, or when new workers or tools are introduced.

18 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0018 Resum e Work Eliminate or Control Risks IdentifyHazards AssessRisks & Think

19 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0019 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (Alberta OH&S Code) PPEPersonal protective equipment (PPE) is designed for specific workplace hazards. You must use and properly wear the correct PPE for the job. PPEPPE must be in a condition to perform the function for which it was intended as outlined by the manufacturer. Training is required in the correct use, care, limitations and maintenance of personal protective equipment.

20 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0020 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (Alberta OH&S Code) Workers must be clean shaven where the face piece of the Respiratory Protective Equipment seals to the skin of the face. Sideburns must be trimmed to no more than a ½ inch below the ear lobe. Moustaches must be shaved to the corner of the mouth. Beards are not allowed in process plant areas.

21 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0021 ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES All environmental spills into the air, land or water, must be reported immediately to your Supervisor. Fishing or swimming is not permitted in any dedicated plant site waterways. DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALSDO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS - Animals such as bears, coyotes, foxes, etc, are social creatures and will take hand - outs. If your feed them they will lose the ability to fend for themselves. Disturbances of any wildlife (nesting/eggs) is prohibited.

22 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0022 Click here to view this video. The file will open shortly.

23 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0023 SAFE WORK PERMITS Prior to starting a job, a valid safe work permit must be issued. Permit issuers and receivers are required to complete safe work permit training. All permits are automatically suspended during a site emergency and must be revalidated before work resumes.

24 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0024 OVERHEAD POWERLINES A Specialized Work or Encroachment Permit is required for all work within 10 meters (33 feet) of any overhead power distribution system.

25 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0025 Equipment that is in need of service, repair, testing or adjusting, must be locked out and have a warning tag attached. Equipment must be rendered inoperative in a manner that prevents its accidental reactivation. ISOLATIONS ISOLATIONS (Alberta OH&S Code)

26 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0026 DANGER, DO NOT ENTER CAUTIONCAUTIONCAUTION FLAGGING

27 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0027 Radiation – DO NOT ENTER FLAGGING DANGER Asbestos - DANGER

28 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0028 Flagging tags are required to identify the user and the reason the flagging is in place. These tags are usually time sensitive and identify a start and an end date. FLAGGING TAGS

29 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0029 RADIATION SOURCES Everyone must obey radiation warning signs, flagging and barriers they encounter. Never enter an area or open equipment marked with radiation hazards signs.

30 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0030 LIGHT VEHICLE SAFETY Right-of-way priorities are given to emergency vehicles. A valid drivers license is required to operate any vehicle or mobile equipment on site. Cell phone use is restricted while operating vehicles or equipment on company sites. Seat belts must be available and worn at all times, by all occupants. LIGHT VEHICLE SAFETY

31 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0031 LIGHT VEHICLE SAFETY Strobe or revolving lights on non-emergency vehicles or equipment must be amber. Wire rope slings with proper shackles and pins must be used to tow immobile or stuck equipment. An approved and functional fire extinguisher must accompany on-site vehicles.

32 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0032 All light vehicles in Mining must be equipped with a buggy whip including a working amber light

33 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0033 MOBILE EQUIPMENT SAFETY Blind Spots & Importance of Buggy Whips Click here to view this video. The file will open shortly.

34 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0034 This results from failure to comply with the safe approach and parking standard. MOBILE EQUIPMENT SAFETY

35 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0035 MOBILE EQUIPMENT SAFETY

36 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0036 SPECIFIC MINE DRIVING TRAINING IS A REQUIREMENT

37 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0037 SAFE DRIVING IS A CHOICE We want you safe off the job as well as on the job. Highway 63 can be unforgiving

38 Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) Regional Orientation Program January 25, 2006Rev.0038 Click here to view this video. The file will open shortly.

39 Thank You For Your Time


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