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3 GS started its operations in 1997. It was formed by SPIC- SMO from India and Dan Holding Group of Kuwait with 49 % & 51 % partnership respectively. In 2004, GS became a 100 % Kuwaiti Company. GS provides full range of Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Operations & Maintenance services for Oil & Gas, Power, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers and Industrial Sectors. KEY HIGHLIGHTS KEY HIGHLIGHTS Reputed Client Base Focus On Quality & HSE Proven Execution Capability Financial Capability Large Fleet of Equipment & Facilities Experienced Management Team

4 GS’s specialized services are:  Turbo Machinery Maintenance services  Annual & Turnaround Maintenance Shutdowns  Trouble Shooting & Condition Monitoring services  Detailed Engineering Designs Engineering, Procurement & Construction of Grass Root Plants Operation & Maintenance of Gathering Centers, Boosting Stations, Refineries, Chemicals, Petrochemicals & Power Plants Major Revamp and Retrofit of Existing Plants

5 Total Manpower – 3211

6 Pipe Welding Shop Workshop 2 - Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:6,000 Sq.m EOT Crane :10 Ton, 2 Cranes Workshop 2 - Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:6,000 Sq.m EOT Crane :10 Ton, 2 Cranes Workshop 1- Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:10,000 Sq.m EOT Crane :20 Ton, 1 Crane Workshop 1- Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:10,000 Sq.m EOT Crane :20 Ton, 1 Crane Machine Shop Fabrication Shop Valve Reconditioning & Testing Turbo machinery Maintenance Heat Exchangers Retubing Seals Recondition & Repair Shop Instrumentation Calibration Yard - Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:36,000 Sq.Meter (Approx) Yard - Shuaiba East, Kuwait Area [m2]:36,000 Sq.Meter (Approx) Scaffolding Material Storage Sandblasting Painting

7 OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management Standard Member of British Safety Council TRACE Certification for Business Ethics

8 Design, Fabrication & Erection of New Incinerator Stacks (2 Nos) of 110M height at TGTU (Unit 24) at MAB Refinery Client: Kuwait National Petroleum Company Year: 2010-2013 Value: KD 9,199,800 Scope: Design and construction / erection of two 110M height Carbon Steel Stacks in the new location with all accessories. Volume of Work : Equipment : 475 ton Steel structure: 17 ton Piping: 1800 ID ElectricalCable:5000 Lm Instrument Cable:18000 Lm Replacement of Valves in MAB Refinery Client: Kuwait National Petroleum Company Year: 2012 - 2016 Value: KD 3,269,970 Scope: The scope of this contract is to replace the existing 171 Control & 6 Manual flangeless valves with double flange valves along with associated E&I Works in different units of MAB Refinery Volume of Work : Total Valves: 177 Nos Piping: 6000 ID Construction EPC Ongoing Commsissioning

9 Aromatics off plot works, General Construction Contract, Kuwait Paraxylene Production Company Client :Kuwait Paraxylene Production Company Year: 2007 - 2012 Value: KD 15,101,084 Scope: Construction of Aromatics off plot facilities (General Construction Contract ) for KPPC. Volume of Work : Steel Structural:2992 ton Equipment: 9300 ton Piping:215,140 ID Electrical :123,749 Lm Instrument:73,152 Lm OL2K - Mechanical Infrastructure (M1) Package, Equate Petrochemicals Client: EQUATE Petrochemicals Year: 2008-2009 Value: KD 10,437,836 Scope: Procurement & Construction of Complete Pipe rack & piping installation, associated Civil works & Electrical works for infrastructure project intended to support the construction of Petrochemical Manufacturing facility by DOW-PIC Volume of Work : Structural:4,702 ton Piping:219,910 ID Construction Completed

10 Maintenance Services of Production Facilities for South Kuwait Areas Client : Kuwait Oil Company Year: 2010 - 2015 Value: KD 27,850,000 Scope: Five Years Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance Services of Production Facilities for South Kuwait Areas for Kuwait Oil Company Manpower Mobilized : 621 Five years Mechanical Maintenance Contract, MAB Refinery Client: Kuwait National Petroleum Company Year: 2010 - 2015 Value: KD 26,490,006 Scope: Complete Preventive, Predictive and routine Maintenance of Mechanical Systems of Mina Abdullah Refinery Manpower Mobilized : 564 Maintenance Ongoing

11 GCC Health, Safety, Environment Excellence Award 2013 (Gold Award), American Society of Safety Engineers – Kuwait Chapter HSE Rolling Trophy (2011-2012) Mechanical Maintenance Contract, MAB Refinery, KNPC CEO HSE Award (2012), Kuwait Petroleum Corporation For Completing 30 Million Manhours without Lost time Injury in KOC West Kuwait Fields C& MD Annual HSE Award (Gold Award), Mechanical Maintenance Contract, MAB Refinery, KNPC

12 At GS, we aspire to deliver a value added products to our customers with excellent quality, efficiency, HSE and cost effectiveness.

13 International Clients GCC Clients Kuwait Govt. Clients Associates CLIENTS & ASSOCIATES

14 Gulf Spic General Trading & Contracting Co W.L.L. Kuwait. …a new approach towards Excellence in SAFETY

15 14 HSE Policy (Documented Commitment) Demonstrating COMMITMENT Through COMMUNICATION Engaging TEAMWORK Providing CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT

16 HSE Objectives HSE Goals To achieve 10 Million continuous accident -free man hours in a year. To strive for a “Zero accident” workplace. To Minimize the Environmental Impact of Project / Service Activities. To train all employees for better understanding and awareness HSE. To visibly demonstrate leadership & Commitment to HSE by Senior Management. To achieve Zero Lost work day cases. To report and review all Near misses /HSE improvement Suggestions. To achieve Zero Environmental Impacts (i.e. unplanned discharges and spillages). 15 HSE Objectives & Goals (HSEMS Effectiveness)

17 16 Organization Chart (Management Commitment) Chairman Deputy Chairman / CEO Sr.Director (Projects & Maint.) Director ( Projects & Maint.) Manager Estimation / Project Control Manager HSE Manager Tech.Support Managers Construction Manager Contract Manager QA/QC Manager Administration

18 17 Workforce Mobilization Kuwait Arrival Accommodation / Residency Facilities Arrangements HSE Induction Gate Pass / Mobilization HSE Trainings Technical Trainings Competency Trainings PPE’s Distribution

19 18 GULF SPIC ensures that the living accommodation is of a high standard that promotes wellness for a comfortable and safe living space. Gulf Spic provides high quality food and cleanliness that allows the workers to maintain a healthy environment outside of the work location. This also ensures the workers are well rested and prepared to meet the difficult climatic conditions of summer and challenging work of Shutdowns and Maintenance.  Housing without crowding of workers.  Hygienic Food ( Ministry of Health Approved Food Handler & Catering Co ).  Purified Drinking Water and Clean Sanitary facilities.  Fitness Centre.  Recreation centre that allows communications with distant families.  Library (Social journals and News papers in Arabic, English,Hindi,Tamil, Malayalam & Telugu). Accommodation Facilities

20 19 HSE Trainings Trainings  Basic Induction.  HSE Training.  Technical Training.  Competency Training.

21 20 HSE Training Matrix SAFETY, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT MANDATORY TRAINING MATRIX S.NoTraining Topics Duration Hrs Engineer Supervisor Foremen Welder, Fabricators, Shop Fitters General Fitters / lab Truck, LV,HV Drivers & Equip. Operator Scaffolders & Insuatlators Mason, bar bender & carpenter Office staff 1 Safety Induction 2XXXXXXXXX 2 Emergency Evacuation 1XXXXXXXXX 3 Basic First Aid 1 XXXXXXXXX 4 PPEs Usage 1XXXXXXXXX 5 Scaffolding & High elevation job 1 XXXX XX 6 Electrical Safety 1 XXXX X 7 Fire Prevention 1 XXXXX X 8 Work Permit System 1XXXXXXX 9 Material handling 1 XXXXXXX 10 Confined Space Safety 1XXX X X 11 Traffic Safety &Safe Driving 1XXX X 12 Accident Reporting & Investigation 1X XX 13 Environment Awareness 1XXX 14 Hand tools /power Tools Safety 1 XX X 15 Hazard communication 1 XX XXXX 16 Office Safety 1X X X 17 Occupational Health 1 XXXXXXX X 18 Job Safety Analysis 1XX 19 Crane and Rigging 1XXXXXX 20Welding and Cutting 1XXXXX 21Others – As required 1 Prepared by:Approved by:

22 21 HSE Training Schedule ANNUAL SAFETY TRAINING SCHEDULE S NoTraining TopicsNo. of Empl. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 1 Safety Induction 850 2 Emergency Evacuation 850 3 Basic First Aid 100 4 Personal Protective Equipment 850 5 Scaffolding & High elevation job 100 6 Electrical Safety 850 7 Fire Prevention 850 8 Work Permit System 60 9 Material Handling 300 10 Excavation and trenching & Confined Space Entry 100 11 Traffic Safety & Safe Driving 60 12 Accident Reporting & Investigation. 60 13 Environmental Awareness 100 14 Hand Tools / Power tools Safety 525 15 Hazard Communication 850 16 Office Safety 20 17 Occupational Health 850 18 Job Safety Analysis 40 19 Crane and Rigging 20 Welding and Cutting 21 Others – as required PREPARED BY:APPROVED BY:

23 22 HSE Training Passport

24 23 During Gulf Spic HSE Training

25 24 Technical Training Identified by Gulf Spic Divisional Engineers Implemented through Technical training Schedule Improving Competency Investing in people Providing Clients with a SAFER workforce. S. No Course Title 1Blinding and De-blinding 2Multi Lock Procedures 3Pump Over Hauling 4Welding and Cutting procedures 5Scaffolding erection & dismantling procedures “ Check thickness / Surface “ “ Use proper Gasket” “ Use carefully ” “Use calibrated Tools “ “Correct size”

26 25 Pre task ( Tool Box ) Meeting … (Further Training) Conducted by: Job Supervisor Witnessed by: HSE Representatives When: Prior to starting the job Topic: Based on that day’s site Activities. Participants : All employees Location : All Project sites/ Maintenance Shelter, Work shops and Shut down sites Frequency of Pre task ( Tool Box )Talk conducted : DAILY

27 Identified by Safety Department reviewed and supported by Management. Implemented by GS in coordination with Clients approved Third Party trainers S. NoCourse TitleTrainer 1Crane OperationABS Group Inc (Kuwait) 2Forklift OperationABS Group Inc (Kuwait) 3Scaffolding (Train the Trainer)Scaffolding Training Institute (Houston) 4Defensive DrivingLloyds British Training Services (Kuwait) 5Bundle Puller Operation MAUS (Italia) 26 Competency Training - MAB

28 Award for HSE Quiz winners Award for best HSE posters & slogan competition Award for best near miss, substandard acts & conditions reports Award for reporting best HSE suggestions Award for best work permit executor. World Environment day celebrations Exclusive short term safety promotional programs for shutdowns. 27 Safety Promotion Programs

29 Analysis of incidents that occurred during various Mechanical Maintenance activities in MAB has resulted in identifying the causes and we have duly initiated Corrective actions & Pro-active approach. Root Causes: Inadequate Job Knowledge. Failure to follow the Safe work practices. No risk Assessment Carried out. Lack of communication between the working personnel. Failure to follow the Supervisor’s instruction. Our Initiatives: Technical Training Programs are imparted to different crafts by Job Engineer / Supervisor. Strong Instructions given to Job Engineer / Supervisor that no critical jobs are carried out without Work permit Risk Assessment. Client with Contractor Safety Representative’s involvement in Work Permit Risk Assessment. Work permit Risk Assessment Training conducted for all Job Engineers/Supervisors. Lessons learnt from incidents are communicated to all levels of employees through Tool box Talks / Monthly HSE Internal Meetings / Training Programs. Employees are instructed to strictly adhere to Job Supervisor’s job instructions with safety as priority. 28 Incidents – Our Initiatives in MAB (Lessons Learnt)

30  Conduct Aspects and Impacts assessment of our activities  Ensure Proper collection, segregation, labeling and disposal of wastes as per KEPA Procedures.  Provide Training to all workmen cadre employees in terms of solid waste management & EMS (ISO-14001).  Promote environmental awareness activities to all workmen cadre employees and ensure their active participation.  Ensure the availability of hazardous & Non-hazardous waste collection bins as appropriate.  Strive to minimize gaseous emission by proper maintenance of vehicles & equipments. A dedicated environment engineer assigned to comply KEPA Environmental procedures Sl. NoAudit CriteriaFrequency 1 EMS Awareness (ISO –14001) Monthly 2 Solid waste Management Monthly 3 Env. Site Inspection Weekly 4 Env. Promotional Activities Yearly 29 Environment Plan in Gulf Spic

31 30 Occupational Health Practices In Gulf Spic The GULF SPIC HSE Policy states that Occupational Health and Personal protection of the employee is precedence over its business interests. Accordingly, all the employees will undergo: Pre – Employment Medical Examination. Periodical Medical Examination. Confined Space Entry Medical Examination. ALL mandatory health examinations related to their occupation in Industrial Medical Center (IMC),Ministry of Health and as prescribed by the Clients.

32 31 GULF SPIC recognizes the importance of the Behavior Based Safety (BBS) for enhancing Safety Culture by way of changing the attitude and behavior of the employees. In this aspect, BBS Trainings are conducted on a regular schedule. The Supervisory personnel are trained as BBS Observers and Awareness Training given to all Engineers/Supervisors. Employees are motivated to carry out BBS Observations as a part of their activity to identify At- Risk behaviors and to take appropriate corrective action. GULF SPIC Has awarded By KNPC MAB Refinery as Best BBS Implementation for the year 2010-2011. Behavior Based Safety

33 S. NoProjectAwardsCompanyYear 1 Mechanical Maintenance Services at MAB Rolling trophy Award for Fy 2010- 11 & 2011-12 Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) 2011 & 2012 2 Mechanical Maintenance Services at MAB KPC CEO Golden Award Fy 2010-11 Kuwait Petroleum company ( KPC) 2010-11 3 Mechanical Maintenance Services at MAB & Installation Of NEW Flare gas recovery Unit at MAA Refinery C&MD GOLD Award at site level contractors FY 2010-11 Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) 2010-11 4Engineering and Construction Silver Award –GGC HSE excellence Award American Society of Safety Engineers(ASSE) –Kuwait Chapter 2011-12 5 Mechanical Maintenance Services at MAB Winner in Best department of Behavior Based Safety(BBS) - SOLAR implementation Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) 2010-11 6 Mechanical Maintenance Services at MAB Appreciation for successfully accomplished the On –stream refractory repairs (worldwide first) of MAB crude Heater on the second time. Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) 2010-11 32 Awards / Accolades – Current Project

34 Further to HSE Plan, We are focusing the HSE awareness activities for next five years. To circulate Safety Alert and communicate Near Miss Events within 24 hrs of occurrence. To Organize Special HSE Promotional Program during Shut down/Start up Period as to address the increased risk of additional short term manpower (new hires). To Celebrate The World Environment Day on 5 th June of Every year. To celebrate when we achieve every one million man-hours without Lost work day case. To Plant trees on every new Gulf Spic Site office to show our Green Environment. To distribute Gulf Spic HSE hand book to every new employee. To organize HSE Campaigns & Annual Safety Day. 33 HSE Plan for next four years MAB (Continual Improvement)

35 34 -Demand for SKILLED workers is growing. -Demand by Clients for to have fully trained workers prior to contract is growing. -GCC Contractors are focusing on same location for workers mostly India. -Restrictions by Ministries and Embassies are making Visa Requirements more difficult therefore longer mobilization time is required.

36 THANK YOU Gulf Spic’s Leadership is committed to …. Putting the Welfare & Safety of People and reducing the Impacts to OUR Environment FIRST 35

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