Life Saving Rules - Z Energy

Life Saving Rules - Z Energy

Agenda HSSE Rules and Requirements - Z HSSE Stand - Z Golden Rules - Z Safe Card - Z Life Savers Hazard Identification and Risk Management Retail Site Hazardous Areas Incident Reporting Work Clearance Form Z Permit to Work System Onsite HSSE Management

Z Contractor HSSE Induction V3 as at 3 Oct 17 Z HSSE Stand Z HSSE Golden Rules The Golden Rules tell us how we need to act when on a Z site. Comply: we do what we are required to do by law or say we will

do in JSAs and method statements Intervene: everyone on site must speak up and address things that are unsafe Respect: ensuring our actions to do not cause harm to others.

Respect also means stopping and listening if someone has the courage to intervene and raise safety concerns with you while working on site (they are doing this to keep you safe) HSSE matters Z is committed to striving to achieve a Zero Harm workplace for all. That means safety first Work safe, Home safe. To achieve this we need your commitment as well. It is

important to us that all managers, supervisors, and workers think and behave in a safe manner to prevent harm to themselves and others. All workers are authorised to stop work if they are have a health and safety concern about the work they are doing. If there is any doubt as to whether an activity is safe; STOP the activity, THINK about the risks, and ACT to make the activity safe. Contact your supervisor if needed. Zs Life Savers The Z Life Savers were developed because too many people are killed at New Zealand workplaces just like our and we dont want

this to happen on our watch. Every person working for Z, or at a Z location deserves to go home safely at the end of their shift. If we behave in line with our Life Savers we can do just that save lives The 12 Life Savers are must dos when working for Z or at a Z location and are grouped into three broad categories: - Driving Life Savers - minimise the risk when you are behind the wheel -

Personal Safety Life Savers minimise the risk to yourself - Control of Work Life Savers minimise the dangers during high risk activities Z Life Savers Z Life Savers

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Risk broadly refers to any activity, event, issue, or threat that causes uncertainty or affects Zs ability to meet our purpose or objectives. A hazard is anything that may cause harm, such as chemicals, electricity, working from ladders, or an open drawer The risk is the chance that somebody could be harmed by hazards The HSWA 2015 places a duty on Z as a PCBU to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that work is completed without risks to the health and safety of any person.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Zs approach to hazard identification and risk management involves a five step process. Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment We expect any contractor working on a Z site to have a process in place for their activities which identifies all hazards associated with their work activity as well as a risk assessment detailing how the contractor will put in place control measures that either eliminate or reduce the HSSE risk.

Depending on the work activity risk level, we will expect to see one or more of the following documents: - Work Clearance Form (WCF) - JSA / SWMS - Permit and or associated certificate(s) - Work Method Statements Retail Site Hazardous Areas Due to the nature of the products that we sell, all retail sites have hazardous zones as per the Classification of Hazardous areas AS/NZS 2430.3:2004. Any hot works or electrical works carried out in these areas will

require a Z permit to be in place which can only be approved by a Z Permit Issuer (PI) Each site will have a site specific hazardous zone plan and this should be referred to prior to work commencing on site. Any product transfer, pipeline modifications or repairs, or excavations could extend hazardous areas. No work to take place whilst in the forecourt area or in close proximity of the fill points while fuel deliveries are taking place, including 30 minutes after a deliver Retail Site Hazardous Areas A plan view of the typical zones is shown below and each Retail site

has its own specific HSNO drawing. Incident Reporting Z strives for a workplace where there is no harm to people or the environment. However, sometimes things happen that do cause harm. We know how important it is to respond to these situations as soon as they occur and to minimise the damage, look at what happened, implement corrective actions, and learn from the experience. The last thing we want is for the same thing to happen again. Z has a five-step approach to managing incidents: 1. Respond - make things as safe as possible move people away from the affected area, attend to injured people, and secure the site as best you

can. 2. Report - It is important to report an incident. This lets the right people know whats happened and they can start to manage the situation. 3. Investigate - Incidents dont fix themselves and without taking action to resolve an issue and looking into why it happened, there is a real risk the same thing could happen again. Incident Reporting 4. Review - When an investigation is being conducted it is essential that it is carried out in a timely manner. This is important because not only could the incident re-occur if the root causes are not identified and rectified, but a delay in incident investigation and review can degrade Zs HSSE culture

(potential feeling that incidents are not being taken seriously). 5. Communicate learnings - a critical part of the process is to take the time to identify key learnings for the business and then communicate these learnings so they can be applied to other areas which may have similar risks. Work Clearance Form (WCF) Section 1 Work detail and the type of work activity Work Clearance Form (WCF) Section 2 Details what controls measures will be in place

Work Clearance Form (WCF) Section 3 6 Contractor and Site Representative work acknowledgement Both the contractor and the site representative must sign the form prior to work commencing and once the work is complete. One copy is retained by the site and the contractor keeps the other copy (if manually completed) You will be required to produce your SRL photo identification to the site representative Z Contractor HSSE Induction V3 as at 3 Oct 17 Z Permit to Work System (Activity

Table) High Risk Activities (Permit Required) Z Permit to Work System (Activity Table) Medium Level Risk Activities Z Permit to Work System (Activity Table) Low Level Risk Activities Z PTWS Z Permit Activities:

Hot Work (when working in a hazardous area, competent gas tester required to conduct gas testing) Confined Space (carwash clarifier pits, storm water management systems, crawl space, canopy space, water / waste handling systems etc.)

Working at Height Excavation > / = 1.5 meters (if doing gardening work etc. need to ensure services have been identified prior to any excavation) Isolation working on energised electrical lines/circuits and/or equipment

Tank Removal / Installation Demolition which includes asbestos Overhead Crane including a hiab

Z PTWS Confined Space Entry Confined Space Decision Tree - http:// z.co.nz/assets/PDFs/PTW-Manual-v3-Attachment-9-Identification-of-a-Con fined-Space-Decision-Tree.pdf Z PTWS Working at Height Zs Working at Height Policy - http:// z.co.nz/assets/PTW/Z-Working-at-Height-Policy-V5.0.pdf Fall protection is required for a potential fall distance of 1.8 metres or

more, inclusive of whether it is at or below ground level or within 2.0 metres or less from an unguarded edge. Scaffolds 4m and over must be erected by a competent person. Fall restraint is to be worn at all times in a boom lift/cherry picker. If a permanent anchor point is installed in a scissor lift, fall restraint is also to be worn (unless the risk assessment details why this is not required). If wearing fall restraint/arrest means, an emergency recovery plan must be established and equipment for it available on site prior to the work starting Access to the retail shop canopy is to only be via an elevating work platform or scaffold.

Z PTWS Working at Height A step ladder can be used if the lowest part of the workers body is less than 1.8m and the work area is so restricted that prevents the use of a standard work platform Platform ladders are to be used on sites Step ladders only used for short durations and not to be used as a working platform When working within 2 metres of an unguarded edge, fall protection must be established and maintained 2 metres either side of the workers work area at all times Weather conditions need to be taken into account when working at height

Ensure Worksafe is advised if working 5m or more Z PTWS Permit Register / Z PIs Email notification of any permit activities needs to be submitted to the HSSE Asset Advisor within 10 days or earlier ([email protected]). Email notification must contain the following information: - Contractor Name - Site Name - Z Permit Issuer (who will permit the activity) - Permit/Certificate(s) required - Scheduled date of the activity (or proposed date) - Scope of work

- Duration of permit work - Z Representative POC Z PTWS Permit Register / Z PIs List of Z PIs located throughout the country 10 working days notice is required when engaging a PI http://z.co.nz/assets/PTW/Z-Permit-Issuer-List-1-Jun-2017.pdf Some permit activities require a higher level of Z engagement before commencing work e.g. Working at Height Onsite HSSE Management The contractor has operational control of the work area until handed

back to Z Energy representative/Retailer (this is when the WCF is signed off/closed out) All contractors must: Park in a suitable location (confirm this is acceptable with the site) Sign in and complete the WCF

Have their SRL photo identification Discuss applicable site hazards with the site representative Ensure any equipment / machinery is fit for purpose (valid WOF etc., cords need to be tested and tagged) Ensure contractors working on site are suitably trained (Working at Height, doing hot work etc.) Ensure correct PPE is worn; high vis jacket, steel cap boots Onsite HSSE Management Ensure work area is suitably coned out to prevent customers entering

the area Have a fully stocked first aid kit Have adequate cones / barrier equipment Fire extinguishers In the event of an emergency, all workers must participate in the site evacuation requirements (including Retail site staff evacuations when the Z Retail site is operating). When other contractors are on site, both parties to agree work boundaries (when work areas overlap

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