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1 Safety Update Kevin Murphy Manager, Gas Distribution Safety and Technical Training Page 1

2 Employee Safety Achievement

3 Incidents and Near Misses – Reporting and Sharing Experiences Page 3

4 Pipeline Safety Management System

5 9/17 Goshen Incident Safety Review Thank You Mechanical couplers discovered on transmission pipeline excavations must trigger an immediate safety reaction

6 Customer Threats – In the Field Remain calm, polite, and non-threatening Get to a safe location as quickly as possible Call 911 Contact supervisor and/or company representative Supervisor to contact Corporate Security and complete a “threat” form

7 Customer Threats – In the Field

8 Pipe Loading and Unloading – Safety Policy Updates The intention is to minimize hazards to workers – no one shall be permitted to be on the load Require lift systems with two points of contact (or vacuum system) for loading/unloading (vs. center of gravity sling) Reviewing pipe delivery specifications

9 Hours of Service / Fatigue Management Safety Guidelines

10 FR Wear Update - Gaseous Environment Definition: – 20% LEL, 1% Gas – Company employees and emergency responders only

11 FR Wear Update - Non Gaseous Environment Working Definition: An environment where engineering controls or other processes are in place such that no loss of containment is possible or any containment volume lost (either intentionally or unintentionally) is not considered a hazard to personnel

12 FR Wear Update - Potentially Gaseous Working Definition : An environment where the potential exists for a hazardous loss of containment; this loss of containment may result from a catastrophic failure or through a controlled process such as blowdown/purging, tapping, welding, or other interaction with active gas pipelines or services

13 Please Check Your Labels

14 Potentially Gaseous and Gaseous Environment Notes When gas is released, constantly monitor the gas levels in the area; establish a public safety perimeter ( ) Remove all blended material garments – including gloves (wear leather or FR gloves) and UnderArmour- type thermal wear Remove all ignition sources, including cell phones and traffic vests Man the fire extinguishers upwind


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