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© Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 1 ABB Contractors Business Partners John Hartnett May, 2010.

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1 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 1 ABB Contractors Business Partners John Hartnett May, 2010

2 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 2 Intent Safely deliver our product  On time  On budget  At the right quality

3 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 3 How will we accomplish this  Policy Statement  Systemic approach  Clearly communicate expectations  Pre-qualify all contractors and sub-contractors  Manage according to established standards and practices  Conduct risk reviews  Inspect and audit  Facilitate weekly safety meeting  Intervene as necessary

4 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 4 Kuwait ABB Health and Safety Policy Statement Kuwait ABB is committed to preventing the accidental loss of any of its resources, including employees and physical assets. Our objective is to conduct our business in the safest possible manner and to continually strive to obtain an injury free workplace. In fulfilling this commitment to protect both people and property, management will provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment, in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements, and will strive to eliminate any foreseeable hazards which may result in property damage, accidents, or personal injury/illness. We recognize that the responsibility for health and safety are shared. All employees will be equally responsible for minimizing accidents within our facilities and on our work sites. Safe systems of work and job procedures will be clearly defined and communicated for all employees to follow. Accidental loss can be controlled through good management in combination with active employee involvement. Safety within ABB is the direct responsibility of all managers, supervisors, employees, and contractors. All management activities will comply with company safety requirements as they relate to planning, operation and maintenance of facilities and equipment. All employees will perform their jobs properly in accordance with established procedures and safe work practices.

5 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 5 Systemic approach OHSAS Management System Plan, Do, Check, Act  setting health and safety policy;  planning to ensure success of the management system;  implementing practices, programs, and procedures related to health and safety issues;  monitoring and measuring to evaluate health and safety performance;  checking for and correcting identified problems; and  Periodically reviewing the entire system at a top management level.

6 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 6 Clearly communicate expectations The Client Agreed to and contracted safety plan Contractors and Sub-contractors ABB Code of Practice ABB standards Regulatory Requirements Kuwait Labor Law ILO OSHA

7 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 7 Pre-qualify all contractors and sub-contractors Does the contractor have a documented safety program? H&S historical data (LTI’s, Fatalities, Serious incidents, etc) Training records Does a written safety plan exist Evidence that the contractor can comply with ABB safety requirements Contractor agreement to fully comply with ABB “Code of Practice” and ABB standards

8 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 8 Manage according to established standards and practices All employees must be trained and competent Full compliance with all required certifications (scaffolding, riggers, etc.) Full compliance with ABB work permit program Project PlanningSite MobilizationAccess and Egress Chemical SafetyCompressed GasesConfined Spaces ElectricityExcavationFire & Evacuation Flammable LiquidsLifting OperationsLone Working Manual HandlingMobile Plant, Equip.Vehicles NoisePPESignage InspectionsWorking at HeightsDemolitions Harnesses & LanyardsWorking on HighwaysDriving/Transport Safety

9 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 9 Conduct risk reviews Contractor Hazard Assessments Contractor Safe Systems of Work ABB Approval Process Phase Reviews

10 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 10 Inspect and audit Intent is to manage proactively Safety Observation Tours Daily Safety Engineer Inspections Weekly Site Manager Inspection (Contractor assist) Internal Audit External Audit Possible 3 rd party

11 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 11 Safety Meetings Held Weekly Facilitated by Site Safety Advisor Each contractor must have representative on the team Action plan review Issues identified

12 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 12 Intervention As needed Based on code and standards Safety intervention takes priority

13 © Business Review - Arabian Peninsula January 24, 2010 / Slide 13 Conclusion Safety is simply good business We believe that: Every injury and work related illness could have and should have been prevented Nothing we do is worth getting hurt for Safety is everyone's responsibility Safety can be managed

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