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STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING FATAL ACCIDENTS Kanwer Khan, CSP, CRSP, QEP, P.Eng. VP – EHS&S 1

CLASSICAL INJURY PYRAMID 1 Fatality 30 Lost Time Injuries 300 Recordable Injuries 3000 Near-miss (Estimated) 300,000 At-Risk Behaviors

TREND IN FATAL & NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS INDUSTRY AVERAGE Source: BST 2011 study

FATAL ACCIDENTS 45 40 FR achieved 35 In the last 10 years, Frequency Rate has reduced by drastic 75% 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2002 2003 2004 33 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 33 27 22 24 20 15 17 18 16 14 15 Number of fatalities 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

FATAL ACCIDENTS: NO MAJOR REDUCTION SINCE 2008 Third party External SE's temporaries 15 SE's employees 21 12 16 11 12 10 14 3 1 5 11 1 10 4 7 14 12 11 7 1 2 1 6 4 2001 2002 2003 9 6 2004 2005 4 2006 2007 9 4 3 11 8 2000 13 10 2 1 2 4 2008 2009 2 1 3 5 1 4 3 2 2013 2014 5 2 2010 4 2011 2012

LIMITATIONS OF INJURY PYRAMID Fatal Accidents Lost Time Accidents Non-Lost Time Accidents Fatal Accidents Precursors Classical Bird’s Pyramid Unsafe Conditions and Behaviours

WHAT DID WE LEARN? All fatal accidents were carefully analysed Conclusion: All of these could have been prevented How? 85% OF Fatal Accidents could be prevented by following few basic rule

FOUR MAJOR CAUSES Four causes account for 77% of fatal accidents Suicide Undetermined 1% Unexplained Fire caused by gas leak Drowning Traffic 25% Natural death Electrocution Illness 10% Burying 10% Impact/crushing 23% Fall 19% Fatal accidents (2008-2013) All fatalities, including employees, sub-contractors and temporary workers

LIFE SAVING RULES After further analysis of accidents with potential of fatalities, 10 Life Saving Rules were selected. Our analysis indicate that if these rules were followed, over 85% of accidents with potential of fatality could be prevented.

LIFE SAVING RULES IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY Establish a set of Universal Core Rules; Promote individual and collective vigilance; React to every apparent discrepancy; Stop activity as soon as a rule is broken.

TARGET ZERO FATAL ACCIDENT

DO NOT WALK OR STAND UNDER A LOAD Fatal Accident – March 2013

STAY OUT OF THE PATH OF MOVING VEHICLES, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Fatal event – January 2013

CLIP ON YOUR HARNESS WHEN WORKING AT HEIGHT Fall of a roofer, External Company

ONLY ENTER A TRENCH IF THE APPROPRIATE WALL SUPPORTS ARE IN PLACE Fatal event – April 29, 2011

TEST ATMOSPHERE BEFORE ENTERING A CONFINED SPACE AND MONITORED AS YOU WORK. Fatal event - June 2004

DO NOT PERFORM HOT WORK UNTIL THE FIRE OR EXPLOSION RISKS HAVE BEEN ELIMINATED A fire broke out following a gas leak on a pipeline on the same site resulting in fatal accident 2011: 03 accidents (severe burns) by gas inflammation during works on gas distribution network

VERIFY THAT THERE IS NO LIVE ENERGY BEFORE STARTING WORK 54 cm 13 cm 15 cm 9 cm 9 cm Fatal event – July 2010

DO NOT HANDLE YOUR PHONE OR ANY OTHER COMMUNICATION TOOL WHEN DRIVING.

DO NOT DRIVE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS Fatal event - March 2006

SIGNAL, REDUCE SPEED, CHECK MIRRORS BEFORE TURNING OR REVERSING 2012 – Turning Cyclist. Reversing Loader - 2011

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Life Saving Rules 1 Do not walk or stand under a suspended load. 6 2 Stay out of the path of moving plant and equipment. 7 3 Clip on and tie-off your harness when working at height. 8 Only enter a trench if appropriate protection against collapse is in place. 9 The atmosphere must be tested safe before entering a confined space and monitored as you work. 10 4 5 Do not perform hot work until the fire or explosion risks have been eliminated. Verify that there is no live energy (mechanical, chemical, electrical, fluids under pressure, etc.) before starting work Do not handle your phone or other communication devices when driving. Do not work or drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. When turning or reversing a vehicle; signal, slow down and check that nobody is in your path.

STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING FATAL ACCIDENTS 1 Kanwer Khan, CSP, CRSP, QEP, P.Eng. VP -EHS&S. CLASSICAL INJURY PYRAMID 1 Fatality 30 Lost Time Injuries 300 Recordable Injuries 3000 Near-miss (Estimated) 300,000 At-Risk Behaviors. TREND IN FATAL & NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS INDUSTRY AVERAGE Source: BST 2011 study. FATAL ACCIDENTS In the last 10

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