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Process

A RIGOROUS ASSESSMENT

WDI has instituted several safety processes designed to produce continuous
improvement in our overall safety performance. These include:

Take Five

Risk Assessment Process

The take five risk assessment process is designed to train
employees to consider the impact of their actions on
themselves and others before they undertake a task.
It requires employees to:

STOP – Engage their brains before they act.
LOOK – Identify any hazards in their work areas.
ASSESS – What damage could these hazards cause.
MANAGE – Implement controls, tell others.
SAFELY – Complete the task.

If employees are unable to complete any of the above actions,
they are instructed to stop work, notify their respective
supervisors and wait for further instructions.

RADAR

Observation Process

The RADAR Observation Process comprises five steps:

RECOGNISE - Identify the at-risk condition or behavior.
APPROACH - Approach the person(s) at risk.
DISCUSS -Share your concern for their safety and listen to their response.
AGREE - Agree on a solution. If unable to do so, stop work and contact the supervisor.
REPORT - Complete a RADAR card and submit it for recording.

RADAR

EIGHT IMPORTANT STEPS

These steps are designed to help people recognize at-risk conditions and behaviors and communicate with their coworkers to correct the situation. The RADAR Observation Process is based on WDI Rules To Live By that address every area of safety. When followed, they have the potential to make zero incidents a reality. They include:

Driver and Vehicle Safety

I will ALWAYS drive to the conditions
of the road and wear my seatbelt.

I will ALWAYS take a break from
driving when I am feeling fatigued.

I will NEVER use my mobile phone
when driving, or drive distracted.

Commitment and Intervention

I will ALWAYS intervene
and stop unsafe acts.

I will ALWAYS use approved
safe work practices.

I will ALWAYS use the
correct PPE for the task.

Facility Safety

I will ALWAYS use
lock out when required.

I will ALWAYS keep my
workplace free of hazards.

I will ALWAYS secure
equipment prior to working on it.

I will ALWAYS ensure that
pressure tests are conducted
in a controlled environment.

Induction and Training

I will NEVER start a task unless I
am competent to complete it safely.

Short service employees will ALWAYS
complete an induction and be clearly
identified and monitored.

Risk Management

I will ALWAYS use a permit
to work when required.

I will ALWAYS report an
uncontrolled hazard.

I will ALWAYS stop to identify
the hazards of the operation before
starting work.

Hazardous Substances

I will ALWAYS review material
safety data sheets (MSDS) before
handling any hazardous substance.

I will ALWAYS follow the label
instructions on containers and
adequately store hazardous substances.

I will NEVER handle specialized
materials unless I have been trained
and am competent to do so.

Lifting Equipment / Operations

I will ALWAYS inspect lifting
equipment before use.

I will ALWAYS secure loads
prior to movement.

I will NEVER stand in the
path of a moving load.

Hazardous Environments

I will NEVER enter any confined
space without authorisation.

I will ALWAYS be prepared for the
environments that I will work in.

I will ALWAYS ensure that trapped
pressure is vented safely.

I will ALWAYS use fall protection
equipment when working at heights.

STOP WORK AUTHORITY

Every WDI employee has not only the right but the obligation to stop any action or activity he or she believes to be unsafe. This includes identifying and correcting unsafe conditions or weaknesses in the QHSSE system. Once Stop Work Authority has been exercised, no work shall resume until all safety issues or concerns have been adequately addressed and controls implemented to the satisfaction of everyone involved in the task or operation.

Employees who exercise Stop Work Authority will always have the support of management and will never receive any form of punishment or retribution. Supervisors are encouraged to lead by example and to demonstrate to subordinates that they will support them when they exercise their authority to stop an unsafe act.

Stop Work Authority has the potential to avert many problems, some with disastrous consequences. It is an essential component of the WDI QHSSE Management System.

OUR POLICIES

These steps are designed to help people recognize at-risk conditions and behaviors and communicate with their coworkers to correct the situation. The RADAR Observation Process is based on WDI Rules To Live By that address every area of safety. When followed, they have the potential to make zero incidents a reality. They include:

QHSSE POLICY

Our HSE and Quality performance at WDI will be grounded in our values of:

Ownership, Discipline and Accountability

Consistent with this policy:

1. Own the HSE performance of WDI and will all take care of our team and our own safety to ensure zero HSE incidents.

2. Ensure compliance to the relevant industry standards, work methods, local law and best practices.

3. Demonstrate personal and collective commitment to the prevention of employee injury, ill health, environmental damage and Non Productive Time.

4. Hold our Managers and Employees accountable for their own QHSSE performance in their area(s) of responsibility.

5. Communicate and consult with our employees, our customers and interested parties on safety, health, protection of the environment and quality.

6. Actively seek ways to eliminate and/or minimize workplace hazards, process inefficiencies, process variances, and the prevention of pollution associated with our work through transparent reporting and thorough Root Cause Analysis.

7. Comply with our own rules and all applicable laws, regulations, standards, and client requirements.

8. Where adequate laws do not exist, we shall apply WDI standards that reflect our commitment to safety, health, protection of the environment, quality and customer satisfaction.

9. Set objectives, measure results using defined Key performance indicators, assess and continually improve processes, services and product quality, through the use of an effective management system.

Miguel Sanchez
Vice President