Environmental, Safety And Health Contractor Orientation

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Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationESHDP022-Revision: April 20171

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationWELCOME TO LOCKHEED MARTINMissiles and Fire Control (MFC)At Lockheed Martin MFC, safety is our first priority!We are committed to providing a safe workenvironment for our employees, contractorsand the community.For your protection, it is vitalthat you observe all ESH and Securityguidelines and policies while you are onLockheed Martin MFC property.2

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationOverview ESH Policy StatementPurposeFacilities Protection RequirementsProhibited ItemsEnvironmental RequirementsSafety and Health RequirementsContractor ESH OrientationContractor ESH Orientation Forms3

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationESH Policy StatementThe Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (LMMFC)Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) Policy is to operate ourfacilities in a regulatory compliant, responsible manner thatprotects the environment and surrounding communities,commits to pollution prevention and prevention of occupationalinjury and health, conserves natural resources, and provides asafe and healthful workplace for employees, contractors, andvisitors.4

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationPurposeTo provide LMMFC contractors and subcontractorswith an awareness of Facilities Protection andEnvironmental, Safety and Health requirements.The Contractor is responsible for conducting a sitespecific Contractor ESH Orientation for theiremployees and subcontractor employees basedon the specific work to be performed as requiredby the ESH Contractor Manual prior tocommencing work activities on LMMFC premises.5

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationFacilities Protection Requirements Observe posted emergency evacuation maps.Supervisors and contractor employees shall be familiar with the evacuationroutes in their work areas.If an alarm sounds, follow any verbal instructions and immediately evacuatethe facility.Contractors are responsible to account for all of their employees in the eventof an emergency.In case of severe weather, observe both posted and verbal weatherinformation and warnings.DO NOT re-enter an evacuated facility until instructed to do so by LMMFCSecurity or LMMFC ESH.Dial the emergency contact number provided to you to report any ESH orSecurity emergencies while on LMMFC property.(For site-specific Contact Information, refer to the Emergency ContactInformation section of the LMMFC ESH Contractor Manual)6

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationProhibited Items Cameras and/or recordersDevices designed to intercept aural (Oral) or electronic communicationsDevices designed to conduct electronic surveillanceWeaponsExplosive devicesFireworksIllegal drugs and drug paraphernaliaAlcoholic beveragesGambling equipment and paraphernaliaTobacco products to include any product including, but not limited to,cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, pipes, chewing tobacco or snuff.NOTE: This list is not intended to be all inclusiveEntry onto Lockheed Martin MFC property acknowledges your consent to allowreasonable search of yourself, your personal property, your vehicle, and any packagesor parcels that you have in your possession.7

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationEnvironmental Requirements Each chemical brought on-site by the Contractor shall be approved by theLMMFC ESH Office prior to use. All hazardous materials and chemicals brought on-site shall beaccompanied by a Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Water discharges, including outdoor run-off, and waste disposal shall becoordinated with a Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (LMMFC)Contract Monitor or Representative. Contractors are responsible for disposing of non-hazardouswaste/construction debris. DO NOT dispose of any chemical on the ground, pour into sinks, drains ortrash receptacles. DO NOT dispose of any chemicals, chemically soiled material, batteries,fluorescent tubes, lamp, incandescent light bulbs, light ballasts, electronicwaste, e-waste or petroleum products in any trash container. Contact theESH department for disposal of all chemical and electronic waste. DO NOT store chemicals and electronics outside without proper cover,adequate secondary containment and assure that chemicals andelectronics are protected from contact with precipitation.8

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationEnvironmental RequirementsContractors are required to: Report the total amount of waste generated from construction activitiesto their LMMFC Contract Monitor. Ensure suspected lead-containing material is tested before abatement. Minimize odor impact on roofs / near intakes / near employees (Work onoff-shifts or weekends may be necessary) Follow recycling best practices (paper, metals, cardboard, etc.) Immediately report any spills to the site emergency number DO NOT bring ozone depleting chemicals on-site DO NOT dig, trench or remove soil without ESH approval9

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationSafety and Health Requirements Follow all applicable local, state and federal regulations, statutes and lawsas well as LMMFC site specific rules and regulations. Obey all posted signage (e.g., safety glasses required, safety shoes required,etc.). Provide employees with PPE appropriate for the job being performed. Fully closed shoes are required to be worn by all employees. Safety shoesshall wear foot protection when exposed to foot hazards from sharpobjects and impact. Follow all posted signage and DOT regulations for safe vehicle operation toinclude the use of seatbelts, turn signals, adhering to posted stop signsand pedestrian right-of-way signs, etc. Watch for pedestrians and Powered Industrial Trucks (PITs).10

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationSafety and Health Requirements The use of Electronic Devices such as: Cell phones Smart phones Electronic tablets Personal digital assistants Notebook computers E-readers Laptop computers Global positioning systems (GPS) and similar devices, whether provided for LMMFC business orpersonally-owned are prohibited while operating: CarsRental/leased vehiclesTrucks, MotorcyclesScootersGolf carts BicyclesForkliftsPersonal burden carriersTugsWater vessels and any other vehicle while on LMMFC premises, unless the vehicle isparked in a safe and legal location or a hands-free device is used.NOTE:Use – Includes but is not limited to texting, emailing, reading messages, dialingnumbers, taking or transmitting images, playing games, programming a GPS orany other operations that require the user to hold the device or could create adistraction.11

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationSafety and Health Requirements Driving Utility Carts inside buildings shall have an audible alarm and/orcaution beacons (As equipped) turned on when in motion. Headlights must be used when driving from dusk until dawn. Daily Burn (Hot Work) Permits are required for work involving cutting,welding, burning, blazing, torching, grinding, soldering or use of any typeof open flame and/or spark-producing equipment. Hot work permits will not be issued for areas where there are activesprinkler system impairments. Confined Space entries and Lockout/Tagout implementations shall becoordinated with LMMFC ESH, Facility maintenance and/or LMMFCContract Monitor prior to entry or work being performed. The contractor Supervisor shall report all injuries to the LMMFC ContractMonitor and Security, no matter how minor the injury may seem.12

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationSafety and Health Requirements In the event of an incident and/or injury, copies of resulting investigationreports shall be provided to LMMFC ESH Office. If you are visiting or working at an explosive production facility, you shouldbe aware of all additional safety requirements:– No matches, lighters or other sparking devices are allowed– The use of cellular or wireless telephones and/or two-way radios areprohibited.13

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationLOCKHEED MARTINMissiles and Fire Control (MFC)Contractor ESH Orientation14

Contractor ESHOrientationEnvironmental,Safetyand HealthThe Contractor shall conduct a site-specific Contractor Safety Orientation based on the work to be performed.Contractor OrientationThe ESH Orientation must be completed before commencing work activities on LMMFC premises.Refer to the provided ESH Contractor Manual for more details.Table of Contents15

Environmental, Safety and HealthContractor OrientationContractor ESH Orientation FormsThe Contractor shall maintain written proof of the Contractor ESH Orientationreviews by completing Form 1 and 2 provided as part of this package.Return completed forms to the LMMFC Contract Monitor before commencing work activities and upon request by the LMMFC ESH Office.Contact the LMMFC Contract Monitor, ESH Office representative or refer to the Emergency Contact Information section ofthe ESH Contractor Manual for site specific questions.16

Contractor ESH Orientation Forms The Contractor shall maintain written proof of the Contractor ESH Orientation reviews by completing Form 1 and 2 provided as part of this package. Contact the LMMFC Contract Monitor, ESH Office representative or refer to the Emergency Contact Information section of the ESH Contractor Manual for site specific .

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