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RYDER LTD HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL RULES FOR FACILITIES CONTRACTORS WORKING ON RYDER PREMISES In addition to its statutory obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA), and the Environmental Protection Act 1990, Ryder Ltd has adopted a number of Rules and Safe Practices in order to set and maintain a high standard of safety and environmental protection on its premises. References to any statute, enactment, order or regulation set out in this document shall be construed as a reference to each as amended from time to time by any subsequent statute, enactment, order or regulation or as contained in any subsequent re-enactment. The main purpose is to ensure that all work is performed in such a manner, as to be safe not only for the Contractors own employees but also for Ryder employees at the location where the work is taking place. The rules set out in this document set Ryder’s general expectations but are not to be regarded in any way as relieving Contractors of their statutory obligations or their efforts to avoid accidents, neither are they intended to restrict or impede the way in which work is performed. They should be used as additional information to consider when working at a Ryder location to complement Ryder’s contractor’s own risk assessments and safe systems of work. In this latter respect Ryder Ltd believes that if its Safety Rules are understood and are incorporated at the planning stage, Contractors should not have difficulty in complying. Ryder Ltd therefore expects full cooperation from all parties and adherence to the rules as a minimum. Ryder reserves the right to refuse admission to site or dismiss contractor’s employees from site if Ryder’s policies are not adhered to. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 1 of 11

HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Documentation – Policy Statement, Public Liability Insurance, Risk Assessment, Method Statements and CDM Regulations 2015. Contractors must have a copy of their Health and Safety Policy Statement available for inspection on request. Contractors shall provide evidence that they hold a minimum of 5,000,000 Public and Products liability Insurance cover and a 5,000,000 Employers liability cover. Contractors must have provided evidence that Risk Assessments have been carried out and that a Safe System of Work will be adopted. Copies of risk assessments for all activities to be carried out at the Ryder location and must be available on site for inspection by local Ryder Management on request. The contractor will comply with The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) for all construction works. Prior to Starting Work at a Ryder Location Authorisation – No work may commence prior to the contractor having signed to agree to Ryder’s Terms and Conditions, which this document forms an appendix. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that all of their employees and their subcontractor’s employees, that are instructed to carry out work on a Ryder site, have been made aware of the rules outlined within this document prior to arriving on site. All work must be executed in a safe manner and strictly in accordance with all Government Acts, Regulations, Guidance notes, and with any additional special safety rules issued. Contractors and sub-contractors must behave in a responsible manner whilst working on Ryder premises. All contractors must ensure that they and all subcontracted staff are aware of their obligations and duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA), The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (The Management Regulations), The Environmental Act 1990 and other relevant regulations. Each Contractor must ensure that each of their employees, agents and subcontractors receives a copy of these rules and fully understands them, and that all necessary precautions whether or not recommended by Ryder are observed and implemented by all employees when working at Ryder facilities. Contractors must ensure that, all task risk assessments have been completed, safe systems have been created and have been communicated to their employees prior to arriving on site. These documents must be available for inspection on request by Ryder management. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 2 of 11

All contractors must ensure that their staff and all subcontracted staff are suitably trained, qualified and competent to carry out their allocated tasks and in the use of any equipment associated with completing those tasks. Evidence of qualifications and training must be available for all employees on Ryder’s request. Reference to “Contractors” throughout this document includes Ryder Contractor’s Subcontractor’s employees. Arrival on Site On arrival at the Ryder location the contractor must park their vehicle in the visitors parking area. If this is located within a Ryder workshop operational yard, instructions will be provided by local Ryder staff via the automatic barrier intercom. Contractors should, upon driving onto site, immediately comply with all on site speed limits (5mph) and traffic routes / controls. Contractors are required to pass pedestrian walkways with great care, giving as much clearance to the walkway as is possible. Where crossings exist, Contractors are required to drive slowly upon approaching them, in readiness for stopping. Contractors are required to give way to pedestrians at all times The vehicle’s dipped-headlights, hazard lights and beacons (if fitted), should be used whilst driving on site to warn other site users of the vehicles presence. All Ryder sites require the mandatory wearing of High-visibility PPE immediately when leaving your vehicle. On arrival at reception the Contractor must register their attendance by signing the visitors log and obtaining a visitors badge (which must be worn at all times when on site and returned prior to signing out of the visitors log and leaving the site) On their first visit to each Ryder location the contractor must undertake a Ryder Induction to that site, following which they will be expected to provide a signature accepting Ryder’s conditions of working. A copy of this document will be provided at this point for future reference. Sufficient time must be allocated to complete this induction and so it is highly recommended that, where practical, previously inducted employees are assigned to help reduce this administration. On each visit, prior to starting work, a discussion must take place between the Ryder Manager or Supervisor and the contractor to understand the work that they are to carry out that day and agree the safe methods to undertake that work, including the provision of a safe working environment. During this discussion the Ryder Manager or Supervisor will advise the contractor of any additional hazards or precautions which they consider relevant. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 3 of 11

Once at the location that the work is to be completed, the Contractor should consider how the work is to be undertaken. They should also consider what equipment is to be used and any potential hazards this work may create which could affect both the safety of themselves and that of others within/passing the vicinity. If these risks cannot be adequately controlled it must be escalated to local Ryder management. The area immediately around the working area should be sectioned off with cones to both highlight the working area in use by Contractors but also to deter others from passing close by First Aid / Accidents / Emergencies During normal working hours the Ryder First Aiders are available at each of their facilities. All Contractors and Agents employees will be informed of the procedure used to call the Emergency Services. All accidents, no matter how minor must be reported to the local Ryder Supervisor / Manager and an incident report form completed via the Ryder internal intranet (HUB360). Reportable accidents under Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) require an F2508 report form to be completed and sent off to the local Authority or HSE Office (see local Health & Safety Law poster for details); this requirement is the responsibility of the contractor’s employer. Should an emergency occur which makes it necessary for persons to evacuate any Ryder facility; a continuous alarm will be sounded within the affected building. Upon hearing the alarm all personnel must exit the building via the nearest available exit and report to the area Fire Warden at the local evacuation assembly area. Personnel must not re-enter building until instructed by the Fire Warden or Ryder Senior Management. Work Arrangements & Personal Protective Equipment All work areas must be kept clean and orderly. Care must be taken not to block any door, passage way, steps, emergency exits, firefighting equipment or safety apparatus in any way. Entry to areas other than those in which work is being carried out is expressly prohibited except for purposes of necessary access, previously authorised by Ryder’s local management. Contractors must not use Ryder staff rest rooms, unless this has been specifically authorised by the local Ryder management. Toilet / wash facilities are available and must be left in a clean and tidy condition. All defects should be reported to Ryder’s local management to action. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 4 of 11

All waste products must be cleared away from work areas as soon as possible but on a daily basis as a minimum. All waste must be removed from Ryder premises and disposed of in compliance with all Environmental regulations. All classified Special or Hazardous Waste must be handled correctly as specified in the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and The Waste Duty of Care Code of Practice. Whilst working on site, contractors must provide their employees with suitable PPE as identified within the contractors risk assessments and in compliance with Ryder’s specific PPE rules as a minimum. (High-visibility tabards must be worn in all yard areas, safety footwear must be worn at all times on site and safety protective eyewear is mandatory at all times within the workshop areas). Contractors and sub-contractors are not, under any circumstances, permitted to bring on site any children or animals. Contractors should keep on site only sufficient quantities of paints and flammable liquids for the immediate use in the work place. Electrical socket points, compressed air, gas or other piped services may not be used without prior permission from local Ryder Management. Fire Safety Everyone must take precautions to prevent the possibility of fire and must be familiar with the Ryder local area fire / emergency procedures. A strict NO SMOKING rule will be enforced while on Ryder property. Any failure to obey the smoking limitations will be considered a breach of contract for which work can be immediately terminated at Ryder’s discretion. Designated smoking areas are available in some Ryder facilities. Contractors must give prior notice to the local Ryder Management before welding, soldering or burning of any description is carried out. (See Hot Work Rules below). Where diesel or petrol powered equipment is used inside a building, prior permission must be obtained from Ryder local Management and precautions must be taken against fume accumulation & excessive exhaust emission. Permission must be obtained from local Ryder Management before flammable liquids are stored on Ryder facilities. Under no circumstances may explosives be used on Ryder premises unless permission is given by Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department. The removal of fire extinguishing equipment from its original location is prohibited. Should such equipment be required in connection with contractor’s work it must be provided by the contractor and all employees trained in its use prior to arriving on site. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 5 of 11

Electrical & Pressurised Systems Ryder do not permit any “Live” working to be carried out at their locations. All electrical circuits must be isolated, protected from unauthorised re-energisation and proved “Dead” before the circuit is worked on or electrical enclosures are opened / covers removed, e.g. circuit breaker locks, removal and retaining of fuses, substation doors locked and keys retained. Any request for “Live” working must be made to Ryder management and authorisation requested from the Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department. All electrical work must conform to Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the current version of the IEE Wiring Regulations at the time the work is carried out. All pressure system installations must meet the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR). Working at Height and Roof Work Roof Work No work shall be started on any roof without the authorisation of the local Ryder Management, who must discuss the methods of working with the Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department. All roof work must, wherever practical, take place from the confines of a Mobile Elevated Work Platform or suitable scaffold. If access onto the roof is required, adequate roof access equipment, roof edge protection and skylight openings protection must be installed to prevent exposure to the risk of falls when working or accessing the place of work. Fragile rooves need to have suitable walkway / working platforms installed. Where protection measures to prevent exposure to the risk of falls is not practical the installation of fall arrest netting must be installed as a passive / collective means of protection, an example of this is the replacing of existing skylights. Effective precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of persons and plant below the working area. General Working at Height All work must comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and the Regulation’s hierarchy of control satisfied. All ladders must comply with HSE Guidelines. (Min. Class1) Where practical, all Work at height on Ryder premises must be from equipment that provides 360 degree fall protection to the user. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 6 of 11

If this is not practical but the Work at Height Regulations Schedule 6 (Requirements for Ladders) and HSE guidance can be satisfied, the use of ladders or step ladders is permitted following authorisation from the Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department. Portable scaffolding or working platforms must be provided with hand rails and if over 2 meters high must be fully boarded with toe-boards. Equipment and materials must be lowered to and raised from the ground, throwing of materials is strictly prohibited. All portable scaffolding must be left securely lashed and in a safe condition before leaving unattended. All materials and tooling must be lowered to the ground at the end of the working day or before moving any portable scaffolding. Contractors must provide their own equipment with a trained operator, who holds a valid certificate covering the equipment to be used, e.g. PASMA certificates for portable scaffolding. All work at height that involves the use of fall arrest systems must have a documented Work at Height Rescue Plan and evidence that contractor’s employees are trained / practice drills have been completed. The use of Ryder access equipment by Contractors is prohibited, unless this has been previously agreed in consultation with the Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department and the contractor has completed their own risk assessments, safe systems and trained their employees in its use. Contractors Equipment Contractors are to provide their own tools and equipment to carry out the work. It is NOT permitted to provide contractors with Ryder tools or equipment, unless this is for inspection maintenance or calibration by the contractor. Note: Authorisation is required by Ryder Risk Management department where special circumstances exist. Contractors must ensure that equipment brought onto Ryder facilities complies with statutory requirements, including the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER), Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER). The required periodic examination records and test certificates shall, if required, be available for inspection by the local Ryder Management. All equipment brought on to Ryder facilities must be maintained and, in good working order. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 7 of 11

All electrical equipment used by contractors in Ryder facilities must comply with the Electricity at work Regulations 1989 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). Evidence of certification and inspections of portable electrical equipment must be made available for inspection on request of Ryder Management. Whenever possible 110-voltage equipment must be used and be appropriate for the electrical supply available. All electrical equipment used outside must be a maximum of 110 volts or protected by a suitable earth leakage device and suitably insulated. 240 volt equipment and electrical leads must be protected by a suitable earth leakage device. The safe working load must be marked and legible on all items of lifting equipment and must not be exceeded. All lifting equipment and attachments must meet the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) and have received statutory inspections by a competent person. Lifting equipment must be erected by a competent person and must not be attached to any pipelines, handrails, vessels or unstable plant. Adequate arrangements must be made with the local Ryder Management, for the custody of contractor’s gas cylinders, which must be, stored and used in the upright position and made secure so as not to cause an obstruction. Explosive activated stud drivers must not be used on Ryder facilities without the express permission, from local Ryder Management. All portable machines must be guarded in accordance with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). Electrical equipment must comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, maximum 110 volts if to be used for outside working. Test certificates must be available on request. Guards on Machinery No machine guards or other safety equipment shall be removed from Ryder plant or machinery unless this is a requirement to access equipment components for maintenance / repair only and if this does not create an unacceptable risk. Prior authorisation by the local Ryder Management must be sought before the removal of such equipment. All guards and safety equipment must be replaced and secured immediately after the work has been completed and before the plant or machinery is set in motion. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 8 of 11

Demolition's, Excavations and Building Work No demolition, excavation or building work may take place on any Ryder property without authorisation of the Ryder Health, Safety, Environmental & Security department. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) Contractors shall undertake to comply with all Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 and amendments. It is the responsibility of the contractor to carry out all necessary assessments of substances falling within the COSHH Regulations and to notify the Ryder Location Management in advance of any hazardous substance being used on Ryder facilities. All COSHH assessments and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must be available for inspection on request by Ryder management Hot Work Permits Under the Ryder Hot Work Permit scheme no outside contractor may commence any hot work operation until a permit has been obtained from the local Ryder Management. The permit is only valid for one shift’s operation. A new permit must be obtained for each shift that the hot work continues. Hot work permits are applicable to all operations involving flame, hot air, arc welding and cutting, brazing, soldering, blowlamps, bitumen boilers and other equipment producing heat or having a naked flame. The contractor must have a full understanding of the local fire evacuation procedures before commencing any hot work. The Hot Work Permit contains a list of precautions to be observed and it is the responsibility of the contractor to ensure that his employees, agents and sub-contractors are familiar with these requirements. Security Contractors are responsible for the security of their tools and equipment when on site. Contractors will comply with and observe Ryder’s local security arrangements. Ryder reserves the rights to search any vehicle or person operating on behalf of the contractor. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 9 of 11

Environmental Requirements Ryder is committed to a policy of environmental protection throughout its operations and activities. Contractors will be required to meet, or exceed our own standards in both recognising and minimising the harmful effects of its activities on the environment. Contractors must comply with all current environmental legislation. Contractors are responsible for disposing of any waste materials resulting from their work activities and must ensure that waste is disposed of in the appropriate manner. Small quantities of general waste may be disposed of at the Location provided that prior written authorisation from the local Ryder Management has been obtained. Any substance to be used, whether solid, gaseous, or liquid must be notified to the local Ryder management before work commences. Appropriate written risk assessments must be made available on request, and only sufficient materials required to perform the task may be brought on site. Storage on site beyond this amount is not permitted. Any spill which occurs must be controlled and dealt with immediately, and must be reported to the local Ryder Management as soon as is possible but on the same day at the latest. HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 10 of 11

RYDER LTD HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL RULES FOR FACILITIES CONTRACTORS WORKING ON RYDER PREMISES CONTENTS Documentation Prior To Starting Work Arrival on Site First Aid / Accidents/ Emergencies Work Arrangements & PPE Fire Safety Electrical & Pressurised Systems Working at Height Contractors Equipment Guards on Machinery Demolition / Excavations & Building COSHH Hot Work Permits Security Environmental I acknowledge, understand and agree to the requirements of the Ryder Safety & Environmental Rules for Facilities Contactors Working on Ryder Premises. Signature . Name . . Date . Position/Appointment . Company Address . . . Note: Please retain this completed sheet on site for auditing purposes HSW-72A Facility Contractors Safety Rules v4 page 11 of 11

RYDER LTD HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL RULES FOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR CONTRACTORS WORKING ON RYDER PREMISES In addition to its statutory obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA), and the Environmental Protection Act 1990, Ryder Ltd has adopted a number of Rules and Safe Practices in order to set and maintain a high standard of safety and environmental protection on its premises. References to any statute, enactment, order or regulation set out in this document shall be construed as a reference to each as amended from time to time by any subsequent statute, enactment, order or regulation or as contained in any subsequent re-enactment. The main purpose is to ensure that all work is performed in such a manner, as to be safe not only for the Contractors own employees but also for Ryder employees at the location where the work is taking place. The rules set out in this document set Ryder’s general expectations but are not to be regarded in any way as relieving Contractors of their statutory obligations or their efforts to avoid accidents, neither are they intended to restrict or impede the way in which work is performed. They should be used as additional information to consider when working at a Ryder location to complement Ryder’s contractor’s own risk assessments and safe systems of work. In this latter respect Ryder Ltd believes that if its Safety Rules are understood and are incorporated at the planning stage, Contractors should not have difficulty in complying. Ryder Ltd therefore expects full cooperation from all parties and adherence to the rules as a minimum. Ryder reserves the right to refuse admission to site or dismiss contractor’s employees from site if Ryder’s policies are not adhered to. HSW-72-B Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Contractors Safety Rules for Ryder Premises v5 Page 1 of 10

HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Documentation – Policy Statement, Public Liability Insurance, Risk Assessment and Safe Systems of Work. Contractors must have a copy of their Health and Safety Policy Statement available for inspection on request. Contractors shall provide evidence that they hold a minimum of 5,000,000 Public and Products liability Insurance cover and a 5,000,000 Employers liability cover. Contractors must have provided evidence that Risk Assessments have been carried out and that a Safe System of Work will be adopted. Copies of risk assessments for all activities to be carried out at the Ryder location must be available on site for inspection by local Ryder management on request. Prior to Starting Work at a Ryder Location Authorisation – No work may commence prior to the contractor having signed to agree to Ryder’s Terms and Conditions, which this document forms an appendix. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that all of their employees and their subcontractor’s employees, that are instructed to carry out work on a Ryder site, have been made aware of the rules outlined within this document prior to arriving on site. All work must be executed in a safe manner and strictly in accordance with all Government Acts, Regulations, Guidance notes, and with any additional special safety rules issued. Contractors and sub-contractors must behave in a responsible manner whilst working on Ryder premises. All contractors must ensure that they and all subcontracted staff are aware of their obligations and duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA), The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (The Management Regulations), The Environmental Act 1990 and other relevant regulations. Each Contractor must ensure that each of their employees, agents and subcontractors receives a copy of these rules and fully understands them, and that all necessary precautions whether or not recommended by Ryder are observed and implemented by all employees when working at Ryder facilities. Contractors must ensure that, all task risk assessments have been completed, safe systems have been created and have been communicated to their employees prior to arriving on site. These documents must be available for inspection on request by Ryder management. All contractors must ensure that their staff and all subcontracted staff are suitably trained, qualified and competent to carry out their allocated tasks and in the use of any equipment associated with completing those tasks. HSW-72-B Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Contractors Safety Rules for Ryder Premises v5 Page 2 of 10

Evidence of qualifications and training must be available for all employees on Ryder’s request. Reference to “Contractors” throughout this document includes Ryder Contractor’s Subcontractor’s employees. Arrival on Site On arrival at the Ryder location the contractor must park their vehicle in the visitors parking area. If this is located within a Ryder workshop operational yard, instructions will be provided by local Ryder staff via the automatic barrier intercom. Contractors should, upon driving onto site, immediately comply with all on site speed limits (5mph) and traffic routes / controls. Contractors are required to pass pedestrian walkways with great care, giving as much clearance to the walkway as is possible. Where crossings exist, Contractors are required to drive slowly upon approaching them, in readiness for stopping. Contractors are required to give way to pedestrians at all times The vehicle’s dipped-headlights, hazard lights and beacons (if fitted), should be used whilst driving on site to warn other site users of the vehicles presence. All Ryder sites require the mandatory wearing of High-visibility PPE immediately when leaving your vehicle. On arrival at reception the Contractor must register their attendance by signing the visitors log and obtaining a visitors badge (which must be worn at all times when on site and returned prior to signing out of the visitors log and leaving the site) On their first visit to each Ryder location the contractor must undertake a Ryder Induction to that site, following which they will be expected to provide a signature accepting Ryder’s conditions of working. A copy of this document will be provided at this point for future reference. Sufficient time must be allocated to complete this induction and so it is highly recommended that, where practical, previously inducted employees are assigned to help reduce this administration. On each visi

Evidence of qualifications and training must be available for all employees on Ryder's request. Reference to "Contractors" throughout this document includes Ryder Contractor's Subcontractor's employees. Arrival on Site On arrival at the Ryder location the contractor must park their vehicle in the visitors parking area. If

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