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1.0 PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................................1
2.0 SCOPE.................................................................................................................................................................2
3.0 REFERENCES....................................................................................................................................................2
4.0 DEFINITIONS.....................................................................................................................................................2
5.0 HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTEGRATION..........................................................3
5.2 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY BELIEFS..........................................................................................5
5.3 HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT AND COMMUNITY POLICY...........................................................5
5.5 SAFETY MANAGEMENT STANDARDS........................................................................................................7
STANDARD 1:LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT................................................................................................9
STANDARD 2:RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY............................................................................................11
STANDARD 3:PLANNING AND OBJECTIVES
STANDARD 4: PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT & REPORTING....................................................................13
STANDARD 5:HAZARD AND RISK MANAGEMENT...........................................................................................16
STANDARD 6:PLANT AND EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY........................................................................................18
STANDARD 7:DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION.....................................................................................................20
STANDARD 8:TRAINING AND COMPETENCY....................................................................................................21
STANDARD 9:SAFE WORKING BEHAVIOR AND EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION............................................23
STANDARD 10:COMMUNICATION
STANDARD 11: INCIDENT/ACCIDENT MANAGEMENT...................................................................................25
STANDARD 12:SAFE WORK PROCEDURES.........................................................................................................30
STANDARD 13:OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE................................................................................31
STANDARD 14:LEGAL COMPLIANCE...................................................................................................................33
STANDARD 15:CONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND VISITORS...........................................................................35
STANDARD 16:REVIEWS, AUDITS AND INSPECTIONS.....................................................................................37
STANDARD 17:EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE.....................................................................41
STANDARD 18:PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP
STANDARD 19: MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE.....................................................................................................42
STANDARD 20:RESEARCH......................................................................................................................................44
STANDARD 21:ACUISITIONS AND DIVESTMENTS...........................................................................................45
STANDARD 22:HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT.............................................................................46
STANDARD 23:CRITICAL SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT................................................................................47

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1.0 PURPOSE

To define the development, implementation and maintenance of BlueScope Steel’s Occupational Health and
Safety Management Systems necessary to ensure the Health and Safety of our employees, contractors, visitors
and the Public.

2.0 SCOPE

PT Tata Metal Lestari Occupational Health and Safety Management System applies to the Business and , Sites
and Department including Cilegon, Jakarta and Surabaya. The system requirements apply equally to all
employees, contractors, visitors and the Public.

The only exception is for those Businesses who operate on BlueScope Steel’s property under a licensed
arrangement. (These are Contractors who manage and operate their business on our site)

3.0 REFERENCES

References are provided throughout the body of this document.

4.0 DEFINITIONS

4.1 Community Employees, Contractors, Visitors and General Public


4.2 PT Tata Metal Lestari/TML All TML facilities and sites
4.3 Company Documents Those documents that are available for Company wide use
4.4 Bus/Site/Dept Docs Those documents belonging to the individual Businesses, sites
and departments

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5.0 HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTEGRATION

Occupational Health and Safety Management System is an integrated part of the TML Management Systems
used to run the whole business. It’s part of the way we do business.

The beliefs, policies and requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Management System are derived
from a wide range of stake holder’s interests and requirements. These include BlueScope Steel’s internal
Company policy and objectives as defined in the Management systems, Indonesian occupational and safety Act
and Industry Standards for the Plant, Equipment and type of Businesses that we operate.

Management Performance Regulatory Industry


Systems Requirements Framework Requirements

PT Tata Metal Lestari


Health & Safety
Management System

5.1 HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM & ORGANISATION

TML Safety System:

Overriding statement of our


values CHARTER
Our Beliefs relating to Health
and Safety BELIEFS
Our Policy on Health, Safety,
Environment and Community POLICY
Our Safety Management
Standards of Intent and Key STANDARDS
Performance Requirements

Company wide set of COMPANY


Documents and Codes of
Practice
DOCUMENTS
Business, Sites and Department
Documents of applicable BUSINESS /SITE/DEPT
procedures DOCUMENTS

TML Safety Organisation:

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PT Tata Metal Lestari Asia Safety


Commitee
PT Tata Metal Lestari Central Safety Committee

Supporting Implementing

Line Organisation

Safety
SWAT Section Sub Safety
Profesionals
Commitees

Safety Meetings

* Safety with all team effort

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5.2 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY BELIEFS

Our Beliefs:

We have a goal of ZERO HARM. A fundamental means of achieving this is by living our Safety Beliefs. These
Beliefs must be inherent in all our activities and safety systems.

The following Beliefs represent the fundamental principles underlying BlueScope Steel’s approach to safety.

 Working safely is a condition of employment

 Employee involvement is essential, we are all responsible for safety

 Management is accountable for safety performance

 All injuries can be prevented

 Training employees to work safely is essential

 All operating exposures can be safeguarded

These beliefs provide the focus for our safety management system. Giving substance to these beliefs will
ensure a “zero harm” workplace will be achieved.

We want a” Zero Harm” work place and w believe that no one should place them selves at risk in carrying
out their work. Everyone is asked to challenge any act or condition they believe to unsafe or refuse work in
unsafe situation.

5.3 HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT AND COMMUNITY POLICY

WORKING RESPONSIBLY

At PT Tata Metal Lestari we value our commitment to health, safety, environment and community
responsibility. This is integral to the way we do business.

We commit to continual improvement in our performance and aspire to a goal of zero harm to people
and the environment.

Wherever we operate we will :

Develop, implement and maintain Management Standards for Health, Safety, Environment and the
Community that enable us to:

- Identify, assess and manage risks to employees, the environment and local communities;
- Meet or exceed applicable laws;
- Set and achieve targets that include reducing and preventing pollution;
- Employ skilled people and the necessary resources to meet our targets;
- support the fundamental human rights of employees, contractors and the communities in
which we operate;
- Respect the traditional rights of indigenous people; and value cultural heritage and care
for the environment.

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 Communicate openly with our employees, contractors and other stakeholders to build relationships
based on confidence, mutual trust and involvement.

Actively seek opportunities to share our success by:

- Helping local communities meet social infrastructure needs through the development and
use of appropriate skills and technologies; and
- Developing partnerships that focus on creating sustainable value for everyone.

Engage employees, business partners, contractors, suppliers and visitors in a shared responsibility for
meeting the requirements of this Policy.

We will be successful when we achieve our targets towards our goal of zero harm and are valued by the
communities in which we work.

5.4 TML SAFETY PHILOSOPHY

We will achieve our goal of ZERO HARM in our business by showing pride and care for each other
and our business, and making every day count.
We will do this through :

1. Being PASSIONATELY ENGAGED AND EMPOWERED through :

i) Team working and Networking


ii) Having relationships based on openness, honesty, trust and mutual respect, and
iii) Having deep involvement in safety activities

2. Implementing CLEARSTANDARDS AND EXPECTATIONS with FAIR and TRANSPARENT


COSSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT.
3. Having fully integrated, through and extensive SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS that :

i) Empower people to take responsibility for safety


ii) Provide excellent communication channels
iii) Encourage Team working and Networking
iv) Foster caring and creative thinking
v) Gets things done quickly (KISS)

4. Having CRITICAL RISK, priority driven process that drive improvement in a structured and
focussed way and learning from our significant safety occurrences (SSOs).

5. Having DETAILED MEASUREEMET AND REPORTING of all aspects of safety performance to


identify performance trends and improvement opportunist.

6. The REQUENT and WIDESPREAD use or RECOGNITION for safety performance and behavior
achievement.

7. Using AUDITING and a VALUED OPPOTUNITY to SHARE and LEARN, so that we improve our
safety systems, encourage safe behavior, and detect and correct unsafe behaviors and conditions.
Through the diligent application of the above, we will truly become our “ Brothers and Sisters Keepers”,
and drive quickly towards our goal of ZERO HARM.

An appropriate balance must be maintained between structural , policy and procedural driven safety and
the values and attitude driven as described in Figure 1-The Safety Iceberg.

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5.5 SAFETY MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

INTRODUCTION
The following section comprises the BlueScope Steel’s Safety Management Standards, of which there are 23.
These standards contain the guiding principles around the subject area, which are developed in terms of the
Intent and key Performance Requirements. Each standard references Company procedures where they exist.
For alignment of systems throughout BlueScope Steel, these Company procedures can be adopted without
change for use within the Businesses, Sites and Departments. TML standards are outlined in the record column.

Structure of the Standards


The layout of each standard has the following format:

Intent:
A description of the key purpose and objectives for this standard, which is to provide a focus to ensure all
referenced and implementing documentation, is relevant and aligned.

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Performance Requirements:
This part is split into 2 columns, with the specific BlueScope Steel Performance Requirement elements on the
left, and TML Activities, on the right .

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


These are presented in element form and are These are the activities on how TML meet the
believed necessary to be met, to satisfy the Intent performance requirements.
of this standard. These elements are listed in
italics on the left hand side of the page. Where available, Company Documents and Codes of
practice will also be referenced in this section.

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STANDARD 1: LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT

Intent
That BlueScope Steel’s managers and supervisors, by means of their actions, attitude, consistency and energy,
provide a visible, pro-active and demonstrated commitment to safety, so as to sustain a culture where safety is a
prime value that cannot be compromised.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


1.1 Visible and pro-active commitment to 1.1 Each individual Manager and Supervisor to
safety shall be demonstrated by all demonstrate commitment by taking personal
managers and supervisors. This shall responsibility for all safety issues within their
include: area, all assigned responsibility and by personally
working to and supporting the, Beliefs, Policy,
- Encouragement and leadership in the
philosophy and these Health Safety
development of safety improvement Management Standards.
initiatives;
Such activities include:
- Personal initiative and pro-active
involvement in the workplace in - Involvement in incident investigations
direction and support of improved - One on One Safety discussions with
safety performance; and employees
- Encouragement of the involvement of - Holding Safety monthly meetings /tool box
employees in the improvement of safety meetings.
performance. - Participation in Safety improvement
programs (SWAT)
- Participation in Sub Committee meetings
- Auditing and monitoring progress goals.
- Responding to OH&S Performance metrics
- Involvement in Central Safety Committees
- OH&S Committees
- Opening every meeting with reference to
safety
- Ensuring all employee’s conduct audit
- Rewarding and recognizing good safety
behavior and practice
- Provide sufficient resources and training
- Setting high standards and enforcing them
- Reporting” Near Misses”
- Enforcing JSA, TAKE 2, and Internal
Procedure Audit

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


1.2 Arrangements shall be established for the 1.2 Such activities are discretionary, but include:
recognition and reward of outstanding - Safety performance recognition to
contribution to safety or of good safety workforce
performance, as appropriate.
- Performance appraisal goals
- Safety milestone are included in every
incentive scheme

1.3 All managers shall ensure that sufficient 1.3 - 2 Safety Professionals are employed.
human, material and financial resources
- Priority given to Safety Capital based on Risk
are provided, in their area of
responsibility, for the effective - Safety is included in the Business Planning
development, operation, review and processes.
maintenance of safety systems. - Regular review of significant risks by
Management Team.

1.4 Where conflicts exist between safety 1.4 All managers and leaders within BlueScope Steel
objectives and other business objectives will resolve conflicts by reference to the
(eg high cost of safety improvements), BlueScope Steel’s Beliefs, Policy ,philosophy and
senior management shall promote Safety Management Standards.
resolution of such conflicts so that, as far
Any irreconcilable issues shall be resolved by the
as is reasonably practicable, outcomes are
next” level Up” in TML and ultimately by the
consistent with these Safety Management
President Director
Standards (refer Standard 3: Planning and
Objectives).

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STANDARD 2: RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY

Intent
That the responsibility and authority of all BlueScope Steel’s personnel, as they relate to safety, is defined,
documented and understood.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: BS Activities and Standard :


2.1 The Presidents are ultimately responsible 2.1 The responsibilities, authority and accountabilities
for the safety performance of their for TML Leaders are described in the Position
Business, including the responsibility for Description Annual Job Goals which include safety
the effective implementation of the targets refer SOP.HRA.01
BlueScope Steel’s OH&S Management
System, appropriate to their operation.
2.2 Line managers shall be responsible for the 2.2 The responsibilities, authority and accountabilities
safety performance of the operations for BlueScope Steel Managers are described in the
reporting to them and for ensuring the position description, the safety hand book, annual
operations meet the requirements of the goals. Ref SOP. HRA.01
BlueScope Steel’s OH&S Management
System, appropriate to their operation.
(refer Standard 1: Leadership and
Commitment).
2.3 Safety managers and other safety 2.3 The responsibilities, authority and accountabilities
personnel (at Company, Business, Site and for TML and Safety Professional are described in
other levels) shall provide line position description Ref SOP. HRA.01
management with advice on meeting their
safety responsibilities and provide
expertise and assistance as required.
2.4 The responsibility and authority of all 2.4 The responsibilities, authority and accountabilities
BlueScope Steel personnel, as they relate for all TML employees described in the “Condition
to safety, shall be identified, clearly of Employment” (Employment contract)
defined, documented, kept up-to-date and
OH&S responsibilities and authorities are specified
understood by the personnel to whom they
in all Process specific roles and are defined in
apply.
Standard Operating Procedures.

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Performance Requirement Elements: BS Activities and Standard :


2.5 All BlueScope Steel personnel have the 2.5 Every new TML employee receives:
responsibility to ensure their own safety - A General Induction to Site outlining the
and the safety of others, by carrying out standard set of OH&S procedures and
their work in a safe, skilful and competent requirements for TML
manner and with reasonable care in
respect of other personnel, the Company - A specific Induction to the standard section
and the workplace and by complying with outlining the local hazards and OH&S
legislative requirements. requirements.
- Employees instructed covering their individual
and personal responsibilities to OH&S.
- All operators and trades under take competency
based training in accordance with
MSP.HRA.01
- A copy of the safety handbook and Take 2 and
booklet
- Relevant safety Training a safe job specific
Training

2.6 Measurable safety performance goals shall 2.6 All staff employees are required to undergo an
form an important part of personal action annual Performance Review which include explicit
plans and performance appraisals of all references to safety improvement goals. All staff
BlueScope Steel managers and supervisors employees shall be reviewed against their
(refer Standard 4: Performance commitment to safety and achievement of safety and
Measurement and Reporting). health improvement.
All sites are encouraged to extend performance
reviews to all employees as one-on-one, a peer or
360º review.
All Staff have a significant component of their
remuneration linked to specific OH&S goals.
Refer to SOP.HRA.06.

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STANDARD 3: PLANNING AND OBJECTIVES

Intent
That a planned, systematic, measurable and achievable approach to managing safety is adopted across the
Company.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


3.1 Business planning activities across the 3.1 Safety improvement plans are developed annually.
Company shall include safety
Safety goals/KPI’s are developed annually and
considerations. Measurable safety
included in incentive schemes, business, plans, job
objectives and targets shall be developed,
goals and annual communication processes.
documented and implemented for all
BlueScope Steel’s operations.
3.2 Specific safety objectives and targets that 3.2 Safety initiatives are progressed via improvement
are consistent with, and related to, these SWAT team(safety with all Team effort) and special
Safety Management Standards and the task groups as required.
BlueScope Steel Safety Strategic Plan,
Communication and implementation of agreed
shall be developed, documented and
planned initiatives occur with maximum
implemented at all levels of operation.
involvement of people.

3.3 Systems shall be established and 3.3 Planned objectives are reviewed monthly on a
maintained to monitor achievement of monthly basis.
safety objectives and targets (refer
An annual review process evaluates the
Standard 4: Performance Measurement
effectiveness of the planned initiatives against the
and Reporting).
stated objectives.
Key milestones are recognized and celebrated with
the people concerned to reinforce both individual
and team contribution.

STANDARD 4: PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND REPORTING


Intent
That a clear understanding of Safety performance and trends, and their significance and implications, exists at
all levels in the Company, and that performance measurement is utilized in the identification of adverse trends
or situations and in the development of continuous improvement and corrective action measures, as appropriate.

Performance Requirements

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


4.1 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) shall 4.1 TML measure and monitor the following monthly :-
be defined and utilized at all levels of - Lost Time Injuries (and LTIFR)*.
operations at BlueScope Steel. In
addition, specific safety performance - Medical Treatment Injuries (and MTIFR)*.
criteria and measures shall be defined for - Works Injuries (and WIFR).
individual operations, as appropriate. - Hours worked (employees & contractors)
- Severity Rates.
- % employees auditing /month.
- Ratio of near misses to All injuries.
- Near miss as consequence.
- Audit to schedule
- Working days lost per injury (severity).
- Lead indicator by Department
Note : * Freq. Rate= No Lost Medical Time injuryx1000.000
Hours Worked
4.3 Reporting systems shall be developed and 4.2 TML system in place to provide monthly information
implemented to ensure that relevant, in relation to the minimum KPI’s as described in 4.1
reliable and timely information is readily and reported to Australia within 4 working days after
available to people inside and outside month end.
BlueScope Steel who have the
The Company maintains a “League Table” containing
responsibility to act on such information
a list of all businesses 12 month moving average
and as required by legislation (refer
LTIFR & MTIFR and days since either occurrence.
Standard 14:Legal Compliance).
Information is updated and distributed monthly.
Details of all incidents and injuries are recorded and
reported to the appropriate leader within 24 hours.
The President Director is required to be advised by
phone / email of any medical treatment injury or
equivalent level incident or higher within 24 hours.
The BlueScope Steel reporting standard is outlined in
Ref CP SAF.01

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


4.3 Systems shall be established and 4.3 TML monitor OH&S data to look for trends and
maintained for the analysis of changes and develop any corrective actions to
incident/accident data, for the purpose of facilitate continuous improvement.
monitoring trends, applying corrective
SWAT Teams have been establish to ensure
action and facilitating continuous
improvement in sustained in the area of:
improvement (refer Standard 11:
Incident/Accident Management). - Electrical Safety
- Safe access to line
- Massive equipment
- Working at heights
- Motor vehicles
- Visual Impact
- Safety Management System
- Health and ergonomic
- Chemical handling

All corrective actions are followed through to close-


out and audited to ensure effectiveness.

4.4 Relevant safety performance information 4.4 - Monthly safety sub committees and held.
shall be communicated by management to
- Monthly safety meetings and toolbox meeting
all employees (refer Standard 10:
occur
Communication).
- Shift change are meetings occur
- Quarterly briefings are held

STANDARD 5: HAZARD AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Intent

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That hazards to people or equipment are identified, risks are assessed and the appropriate control measures, in
accordance with the risk management Hierarchy of Controls, are implemented.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


5.1 Systems shall be established and 5.1 The “Take 2” and JSA processes, are used by all
maintained to identify and document personnel to identify hazards that are immediate to
hazards (i.e. any situation which has the their tasks and jobs.
potential to adversely affect the safety or
Other processes such as KT, PPE, problem solving,
health of people or to cause damage to
and are used to identify hazards in more complex
property).
situations.
TML has a Hazard-Risk register within which
identified hazards of their area are documented. This
is reviewed monthly
The register is be maintained and regularly
reviewed to ensure hazard information is up to date
and understood.
Refer Company Code of Practice – Hazard and
Aspect Risk Management (Control as External
Control Document)

5.2 Procedures shall be established and 5.2 The “Take 2 “ and JSA type processes, are used by
maintained for all personnel to identify all personnel to identify hazards that are immediate
and report hazards, incidents or any to their tasks and jobs. A Take 2 booklet has been
situation detrimental to safety (refer deployed which employees must complete to action,
Standard 10: Communication). for any activity that is new infrequent and not
effectively covered in the SOP
All TML have trained all employees in the
principles of “Take 2”.
All employees are required to report all incidents and
near misses or any unsafe situation. Refer the
Company Code of Practice – Incident and Near
Miss Management for Health, Safety and
Environment.
Near miss reporting has been streamlined to
encourage all employee to report any unacceptable
the standard

5.3 The risks associated with all identified 5.3 The process for assessment and ranking risks
hazards shall be assessed, with regard to include consideration of the consequence and
the likelihood and magnitude of the likelihood, and take into account the current controls.
potential consequences.

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


5.4 Significant risks shall be evaluated and 5.4 All significant risks are managed and reviewed as
appropriately addressed, including per the requirements of the Company Code of
actions, systems and arrangements for Practice - Hazard and Aspect Risk Management.
effectively managing these risks. Regular
Most of TML Significant risks are manage by the
reviews of the status of registered risks and
SWAT teams.
the effectiveness of control measures shall
be conducted.
5.5 Control measures for effectively managing 5.5 This is the responsibility of all leadership teams at all
identified risks shall be prioritised and levels in BlueScope Steel.
actions shall be selected and applied in
All significant risks shall be managed and reviewed
accordance with the risk management
as per the requirements of the Company Code of
Hierarchy of Control (i.e. eliminate,
Practice - Hazard and Aspect Risk Management.
reduce ,isolate, protect). Control measures
shall be such, so as to ensure that final risk - SWAT Teams have been established to reduce
levels are as low as is reasonably risks of priority hazards.
practicable.
- Hazards are controlled through written
procedures and regular review.

5.6 Appropriate level of residual risk transfer 5.6 TBA.


(e.g. insurance) shall be in place and
monitored regularly for adequacy and
coverage.

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STANDARD 6: PLANT AND EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY

Intent
That all BlueScope Steel facilities, plant and equipment are designed, constructed, commissioned, operated and
maintained so as to ensure the inherent safety and technical integrity of the facility.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


6.1 Comprehensive design data of all relevant 6.1 A comprehensive Maintenance Management
processes shall be documented, understood System exist as described on MSP.MFG.02
and shall be available to all operating
The Maintenance Section maintains a register of
facilities (refer Standard 7: Design and
all assets on the site which includes the
Construction). This shall include, as
maintenance strategy, inspection regime and
applicable, information on:
maintenance requirement of each major piece of
- process materials; operating equipment.
- process design bases; The maintenance system keeps records of previous
- equipment design bases and maintenance carried out on each piece of operating
parameters; and equipment.
- operational parameters, including Each major piece of operating equipment has a full
software. set of engineering drawings, and Process &
Instrumentation diagrams. The design and
operating parameters are available and understood.

6.2 Systems shall be in place to ensure that 6.2 All operating design parameters and capabilities
operations are carried out within are captured in the Standard Operating Procedures
operating design parameters and for that facility. All operators are trained in such
capabilities of the plant and equipment. procedures.
All critical equipment is alarmed or condition
monitored eg. Furnace, coating room.
Some equipment requires licensing from relevant
regulatory bodies :
 Safety value boiler
 Compressor tank
 Forklifts
 Cranes
 Fire Hydrant
 Electrical networks

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard:


6.3 Systems shall be established and 6.3
maintained to ensure the ongoing integrity
of plant and equipment which have the  The maintenance inspection regime and testing
potential to affect safety. This shall include requirements include the requirements of the Indonesia
maintenance, inspection, testing and OH&S regulations and acts.
calibration of equipment.  Records of results and corrective actions are maintained.
 All inspections, testing, etc. are to be carried out by
suitably qualified personnel.
 Professional engineering support is available to support
the local area maintenance teams.
 All hired electrical and mechanical equipment is check
listed prior to use

6.4 The frequency of scheduled maintenance, 6.4 Strategy Based Maintenance practices is applied to
inspections, tests and calibration shall be all potentially hazardous plant whereby the Critical
appropriate for the level of risk associated components are identified and risk assessed to
with the equipment (refer Standard 5: determine the necessary controls required.
Hazard and Risk Management). This shall
These controls include, schedules for inspections,
particularly apply to plant and equipment
testing, and calibration. They can also include
with the potential for contributing to the
condition monitoring, Critical Operating
level of Critical Safety Risk (refer Standard
Procedures, and Secured or controlled access.
23: Critical Safety Risk Management).

6.5 Systems shall be established and 6.5 A quality Management System for supply of spares
maintained to control the quality of is in place and only accredited suppliers (approved
maintenance consumables and supplier list) are used.
replacement parts.
Refer to Safety Management Standard 15.
.
6.6 For requirements related to changes with 6.6 Changes to Operations, Maintenance, Personnel,
may affect the technical integrity of plant Software and Equipment, are required to manage
and equipment, refer Standard 19: in accordance with the requirements of Safety
Management of Change. Management Standard 19. Refer the Company
Code of Practice – Management of Change Policy.

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STANDARD 7: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

Intent
That the identification and control of risks forms an integral part of the design process of all BlueScope Steel’s
facilities and equipment; and that construction, commissioning and decommissioning activities are conducted
in accordance with the relevant requirements of these Standards.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :

7.1 The safety risks of projects shall be 7.1 A hazard and risk review is carried out at all major
assessed and the risks managed in steps of a design and construction activity for any
accordance with these Standards, at facility, equipment or process. This includes for any
+various points during the design substantial change to facilities, equipment or
(including project identification, process.
conceptual design and detailed design),
Construction Safety Studies are carried out to
construction, commissioning (including
comply with Indonesian OH&S regulations
hand-over) and decommissioning stages of
standards and codes of practice.
the project (refer Standard 5: Hazard and
Risk Management). Adopting and applying standards that reflect the
TML commitment to OH&S.

7.2 As part of this process, particular 7.2 For potentially hazardous facilities, equipment and
emphasis shall be placed on identifying, processes, special focus is to be placed on the
assessing and managing critical safety identification and treatment of Critical risks.
risks (refer Standard 23: Critical Safety
Also refer the Company Code of Practice – Hazard
Risk Management).
and Aspect Risk Management. Reference :

7.3 Procedures shall be established and 7.3 Design outputs are checked to ensure OH&S needs
maintained for design review and and compliance to BlueScope Steel Design
verification, and for the control of design Standards are satisfied, through the process of
inputs, outputs and changes (refer regular design review, final design verification, and
Standard 19: management of Change). design validation where appropriate.
Technical standards of design shall be
MSP.MFG.04 ensure when modification are carried
consistent with international good
out on plant, equipment and processes, safety &
practice.
reliability are not downgraded.

7.4 Construction, demolition and 7.4 All demolition and decommissioning work should
decommissioning work shall be carried out only occur after having carried out all necessary
in accordance with the relevant Safety, hazard and design studies in developing the
requirements of these Standards. Construction and Demolition plans.Also refer
Company Code of Practice – Demolition Practices.
Ref :

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STANDARD 8: TRAINING AND COMPETENCY

Intent
That BlueScope Steel personnel are appropriately trained and competent, so as to be able to carry out their work
in a safe and skilful manner.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


8.1 The safe working competencies required 8.1 All critical safety risk tasks and functions satisfy the
for each function shall be identified, training and competency requirements outlined in
documented and periodically reviewed. the Critical Safety Risk Code of practice.
This shall particularly apply to functions
Safe working competencies for other tasks are
with the potential to affect Critical Safety
outlined in standard operating procedures, position
Risk (refer Standard 23: Critical Safety
descriptions, performance appraisals and individual
Risk Management).
training plans.

8.2 Recruitment and selection criteria shall 8.2 Every recruitment and selection process for any
include consideration of personal position throughout TML, includes consideration of
competencies and capabilities required to the person’s attitude and history towards safety and
carry out the function safely. health.
Refer to MSP.HRA.05

8.3 Safety inductions shall be conducted on 8.3 A thorough induction process exists for all new
the commencement of employment with starters, including contractors. The induction
BlueScope Steel, for job transfers and for reinforces the standards and expectations required in
contractors (refer Standard 15: a BlueScope Steel Business and the culture that is
Contractors, Suppliers and Visitors). sought. All inductions include an assessment and
sign off that the individual understood the
requirements and accept the conditions.
All visitors to TML are required to participate in a
site induction by their host.

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8.4 Systems shall be established and 8.4 All supervisor are responsible for ensuring
maintained to identify the specific safety individual training needs have been adequately
training needs of personnel, priorities analyzed and programs evaluated using accredited
these needs and provide the appropriate trainers or subject matter experts.
training. Refresher training shall be
Such training is carried out by an authorized person
provided as required.
and relevant assessment documentation recorded.
All site leaders are responsible to ensure there is a
systematic approach in place for the training and
refresher training of personnel in standard operating
procedures as well as specific safety management
skills including
- Locking & Isolation Procedures(annually)
- SAO audit training
- Fire training (annually)
- Take Two
- Job Safety Analysis
- First aid (annually)
- Risk management
- Safety handbook (annually)
Other job specific training occurs in Confined
space, critical procedures, gas safety, electrical
safety, working at heights, hazardous substances,
rehabilitation etc.

8.5 Procedures shall be established and 8.5 Training is specified by the manpower department
maintained to identify and provide safety for the following role; crane operator, forklift
training required by local legislation (refer driving, boiler operator, safety professional,
Standard 14: Legal Compliance). radiation protection officer.
The manpower dept. advisor, the company each
year of the required training for the relevant
employees, previously advised to the dept. by TML.

STANDARD 9: SAFE WORKING BEHAVIOR AND EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION

Intent

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That BlueScope Steel personnel consistently practice, and are committed to, safe working behavior and work
practices; and that BlueScope Steel’s managers actively pursue and support the involvement and motivation of
personnel in the development, execution and review of safety initiatives.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


9.1 Initiatives shall be implemented and maintained 9.1 Position descriptions or performance reviews include
to promote safe behavior by all BlueScope Steel reference to specific desired behaviors that
personnel, through the understanding of the individuals need to exhibit in achieving their stated
importance of safety and of the relevance of goals.
human factors, motivation and behavior in
Managers will hold individuals accountable for both
relation to safety.
the outcome and behaviors with neither being
mutually exclusive.
Others ways of promoting safety awareness, include
 “ Take 2 Booklet “
 Commencing every meeting with safety.
 Quarterly briefings referring to safety.
 Annual Incentive Scheme.
 Promotional Tools.
 Reinforcing rigidly, safety standards.
 Cascading safety meetings.

9.2 Systems shall be established and maintained for 9.2 Every employee is expected to have access to and/or
the ongoing involvement of all personnel in participate in:
workplace safety issues. These initiatives may - Safety audits, Critical Procedure Checks
include safety meetings, safety committees,
toolbox meetings and other arrangements, as - Induction and training
appropriate (refer Standard 10: - Monthly safety meetings
Communication). - OHS&E Committee meeting
- Investigation outcomes
- Toolbox meetings
- Job Safety Analysis
- Safety promotions
- Safety recognition
- Regular communication (refer Standard 10)
- Quarterly communications

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9.3 Management shall actively pursue, encourage 9.3 Responsibility of all leaders to identify opportunities
and support the involvement and participation to grow individuals through the involvement and
of personnel in the development, participation in improvement plans and audits .
implementation and review of safety initiatives Such an example include SWAT teams.
and programs, particularly as they relate to
meeting the requirements of these Standards.
9.4 Mechanisms shall be in place which provide an 9.4 Crew meetings, Toolbox meetings, OH&S
opportunity for employees to report safety Committee meetings change crew meetings, near
concerns. Such mechanisms shall be miss reporting (ref: SOP.SFT.06) systems exist.
communicated to all BlueScope Steel personnel.
All OHS related concerns and issues are expected to
be reported immediately.
The reporting of such must be followed up with
timely investigation and feedback where appropriate.
Recognition is extended to those who have raised
concerns in an endeavor to encourage and promote
the desired behavior.

9.5 Appropriate corrective action shall be taken in 9.5 TML deals with OHS related matters, in a fair and
the event of unsafe behavior by employees, transparent manner.
contractors or other personnel involved in
TML has developed and communicated Cardinal
BlueScope Steel operations.
Rules contained in the safety booklet and posted on
notice board.
Trained employees/contractors who willfully
disregard cardinal rules shall be dismissed instantly
where the facts prove beyond reasonable probability.
Employees/contractors understand their roles and
responsibilities (see Standard 2) and accept that
working safety is a condition of employment failure
to do so will see contractor employee disciplined &
counseled.
Visitors who ignore safety standards shall be banned
from entering TML sites.

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9.6 For recognition of contribution to safety by 9.6 TML leaders are encouraged to recognize positive
employees, refer Standard 1: Leadership and safety behaviors and performance to reinforce the
Commitment. desired behavior.
 Recognition is usually of a symbolic value provided to
as many employee as possible. In some instances a
token reward will be provided at discretion of
management.
 Performance reviews incentive scheme who recognize
safety commitment.

STANDARD 10: COMMUNICATION

Intent
That safety matters are adequately communicated to all BlueScope Steel personnel, that opportunities are
regularly provided for effective two-way communication, that effective cross-communication exists throughout
the Company, and that systems are in place for the communication of safety matters to and from external
parties.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


10.1 The intent of the BlueScope Steel’s HSEC 10.1 TML requires open communication to all employees
Policy and these Safety Management about health and safety to achieve a zero harm and
Standards shall be adequately positive culture.
communicated to all BlueScope Steel
The “Working Responsibly at BLUESCOPE” policy is
personnel and steps shall be taken to
posted throughout the TML sites. All employee are
ensure that the scope, objectives,
advised of the policy through Take 2 training, safety
application and relevance of these
training and inductions.
documents are understood.

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10.2 Relevant information on safety issues and 10.2 The following forms of communication exist at TML:
safety performance shall be communicated
- Safety and health employee notice boards, exist
to all BlueScope Steel personnel on a
where minutes of all safety meetings and re
regular and frequent basis, in a form
information are made available to all.
appropriate to the situation and local
culture. - Toolbox meetings.
- Daily shift changeover meetings.
- Crew Safety meetings, where all employees have
access to and are required to attend.
- Audit feedback - A process for feedback to employees
of the outcomes of any corrective action identified
during an audit.
- Cascading safety committees
- SWAT Teams , and sub committees are established to
address, challenge and share safety experiences
across BlueScope Steel.
- Networks, with external authorities ,in the KIEC
estate and with SBPI
- Significant Safety Occurrences (SSO), occurring
within BlueScope Steel are communicated. TML
treat’s the SSO as if the incident occurred at TML
and ensure the corrective actions are applied.
- Quarterly briefings occur by Management to all
employee coverting safety + business performance.
- Near miss reporting trends are communicated to all
employee .
- Results of incident investigation are communicated
to all employee.

10.3 Internal and external complaints related to 10.3 A formal incident/near miss reporting system exist for
safety aspects of BlueScope Steel’s all OH&S concerns and complaints as well as the
operations shall be recorded, normal grievance handling procedure.
acknowledged in writing and investigated
as incidents (refer Standard 11:
Incident/Accident Management).
10.4 Arrangements shall be established and 10.4 - Significant Safety Occurrences (SSO’s) are shared
maintained for the sharing of safety across BLUESCOPE and regards any external SSO
information, experience and best practices having occurred at TML.
across BlueScope Steel’s sites. Active
- All relevant safety lessons experience are
interaction with external companies and
communicated and shared via the cascading safety
organizations, for the purpose of exploring
committees structure.
best safety practices, shall be encouraged.
- Safety professional net work access BlueScope
Steel Asia and share lessons within TML.

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10.5 Links with relevant governments, 10.5 Communication link exist with all government
authorities and other organizations shall authorities and other organization to maintained safety
be maintained, in order to monitor, and be health such as :
able to effectively respond to, likely
- BATAN (Atomic Power Board)
changes in safety legislation, standards or
initiatives which may affect BlueScope - BAPETAN (Atomic Power Inspection)
Steel’s operations.
- DEPNAKER (Manpower Dept.)

10.6 Mechanisms shall be established for 10.6 Family safety days are held regularly (up to 5 years).
communication with and, if appropriate, Employee family month, usually from the local
the involvement of, local communities with community attend.
regard to community-related safety issues.

STANDARD 11: INCIDENT/ACCIDENT MANAGEMENT


Intent
That all accidents and incidents are identified, reported and investigated and that the appropriate corrective
action, aimed at preventing recurrence, is taken.

Performance Requirements

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11.1 Procedures shall be established and 11.1 The following requirements must exist within each
maintained for the identification, reporting TML accident/incident investigation:
and investigation of accidents and
- Incident investigation section of any process
incidents.
must be completed by the direct supervision,
detailing the root cause , corrective actions
and learning .
- A responsible person confirms the actions to
be taken are adequate. The serious the
incident required sign off by President
Director.
- All incident investigation reports are to be
tracked by line management until “close out” -
ie all corrective actions are completed.
Also refer Company Code of Practice – Incident
Notification and Investigation Requirements.

11.2 The investigation of accidents and 11.2 All fatalities and nominated major incidents will be
incidents shall include a process for investigated by a team of people using ICAM,
identifying all the contributing factors and (Incident Causation Analysis Method). At least one
root causes of the accident or incident. member of the team will be from outside BlueScope
The depth of detail of these investigations Steel Business in which the incident occurred. Refer
shall be appropriate to the actual or Company Code of Practice – Incident Causation
potential seriousness of the event. Analysis Method.
TML has 3 people trained in the ICAM Process.

11.3 Prioritised corrective or preventative 11.3 Corrective actions are developed as part of the
action, aimed at preventing recurrence of investigation process, to reduce the risk of
similar events, shall be implemented. recurrence to an acceptable level.
Procedures shall be established and
maintained to ensure the follow-up and
completion of corrective actions.
11.4 Systems shall be established and 11.4 All Incidents and Near Miss activities are recorded
maintained for ensuring full compliance within a retrievable data system.
with the applicable legislative
A monthly report is sent all manpower department.
requirements related to accidents and
The content of the report include:
incidents, including reporting to
authorities, keeping of records, - Incidents
investigation and other actions as required
in each jurisdiction. - Safety committee activities
- Safety statistics
Also refer Company Code of Practice – Incident &
Near Miss Management for Health, Safety and
Environment.

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11.5 Serious accidents and incidents and their 11.5 All Significant Safety Occurrences (SSOs)
details shall be reported to BlueScope investigations require sign off by the President
Steel management in accordance with the Director
relevant procedures, as applicable for
All SSOs are to be reported to the SPLT in
BlueScope Steel and each Business or site.
accordance with the Company Code of Practice -
Incident Notification and Investigation
Requirements

11.6 For internal and external complaints, refer 11.6 See Safety Management Standard 10.3.
Standard 10: Communication.
11.7 For accidents and incidents which 11.7 Refer Safety Management Standard 17.
constitute an emergency, refer
Standard 17: Emergency Preparedness and
Response.
11.8 For the analysis of incident/accident data, 11.8 See Safety Management Standard 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3.
refer Standard 4: Performance
Measurement and Reporting.

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STANDARD 12: SAFE WORK PROCEDURES

Intent
That all work activities (and working environment conditions) which have the potential to cause harm to people
or damage to equipment within the Company’s operations or surrounding community are carried out in a safe
manner.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


12.1 All work activities and working 12.1 The “Take 2” and JSA type processes, are used by all
environment conditions which have the personnel to identify hazards and risks that are
potential to cause harm to people or immediate to their tasks and jobs.
damage to equipment, shall be identified,
All employees are required to complete the TAKE 2
evaluated and appropriately addressed
booklet for any new, unusually, non routine task that
(refer Standard 5: Hazard and Risk
are not adequately covered by safe Operating
Management).
Procedure.
Also refer Company Code of Practice – Hazard and
Aspect Risk Management

12.2 Procedures shall be established and 12.2 Standard operating procedures (SOP) exist at all
maintained to ensure that, as far as is TML sites to provide employees the correct and
reasonably practicable, all such activities safest method for completing tasks and activities.
are carried out in a safe manner and all
These SOPs are to take into account the OH&S
risks associated with working environments
regulations and the identified hazards and risks for
are safely managed.
the area to which the SOP applies.
Those SOPs that could lead to a fatality if not
followed correctly, are to be identified as a “life
threatening Procedure” and are managed in
another the Company Code of Practice - Critical
Procedures Requirements
A system of Authority to Work is practiced whereby
those engaged to do work are checked to ensure that
they are certified to do the task, know and
understand the hazards and have the right
procedures before given authority to proceed. Refer
Code of practice – Contractor Safety Management

12.3 Appropriate document control 12.3 The procedures are issued, reviewed and maintained
arrangements shall be established and as controlled documents at all levels, in TML
maintained for the identification, issue, Management system, in accordance with the Company
distribution and revision of safe work document Ref.
procedures.

12.4 Arrangements shall be in place to ensure 12.4 Refer to Standard 8.4.


all personnel are familiar with, and
understand, the safe work procedures and
equipment they need to use.

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12.5 Systems shall be in place to ensure all 12.5 Periodic audits are carried out to ensure that
personnel comply with all applicable safe personnel know understand and comply with their
work procedures (refer Standard 16: SOPs and Safe Work Procedures.
Reviews, Audits and Inspections).
Those personnel using Critical Procedures are
audited on a quarterly basis in accordance with
Company Code of Practice - Critical Procedures
Requirements

12.6 Regular reviews of safe work procedures 12.6 All SOPs and Safe Work Procedures are to be
shall be carried out to ensure their reviewed in accordance with the TML document –
suitability, effectiveness, applicability and Contract Standard. Critical procedures are to be
relevance (refer Standard 16: Reviews, reviewed in accordance with Company Code of
Audits and Inspections). Practice - Critical Procedures Requirements
reference
Also Refer to Standard 12.5 above.

STANDARD 13: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE

Intent

That effective occupational health, hygiene, security and workplace facilities are provided to all BlueScope Steel
personnel and that the general health improvement of employees is encouraged.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


13.1 Arrangements shall be established and 13.1 Responsibility of each BlueScope Steel site.
maintained to protect the health of
All significant Health hazards and risks are
BlueScope Steel personnel from health
identified, assessed and managed, together with
hazards associated with their working
ongoing monitoring .
environment. This shall include systems to
ensure that chemical, physical and The local Regulatory requirements are also to be
biological hazards in the working understood and complied with. Include MSDS
environment are identified, controlled and system (ref : chemical SWAT teams)
monitored and that exposure to such
hazards is within accepted regulatory or  UU Pemerintah
industry standards.
 Internal TML
13.2 First aid arrangements and access to 13.2 TML provide a place and system for the provision of
adequate medical services, workplace first aid. It in managed by SOS who employ
occupational hygiene facilities and qualified people to provide immediate first aid and
personal protective equipment shall be to stabilizes the patient.
available to all BlueScope Steel personnel,
as appropriate to the location and nature
of operations.

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13.3 Where appropriate, BlueScope Steel 13.3 All “new starters” participate in a formal
personnel shall undergo assessment to medical/fitness assessment prior to employment.
ensure their fitness for work. Any medical The medical assessment is be conducted by an
records shall be kept confidential. Occupational Physician & as a minimum cover:
- Alcohol & Other Drug status
- Physical condition
- Audiometric assessment
TML employee returning from extended sick leave
or absence (one week or more) will obtain approval
from a reputable qualified medical practitioner.
Personal medical records are kept in accordance
with regulatory requirements, filed in secured area,
system in place to ensure access by approved
personnel.

13.4 Arrangements shall be put in place to 13.4 Refer to Safety Management Standard 5.7 and
ensure the health, safety and security of all BlueScope Steel’s Travel Medicine & Advice
BlueScope Steel personnel on site and program. Located in TML web page.
during work-related travel.

13.5 Where appropriate, preventative and 13.5 TML has an Alcohol & Other Drugs policy and
corrective measures shall be taken to procedures Any issue regarding
control impairment, including alcohol and communicable diseases and the management of
drug abuse and to manage the risk of them shall be reviewed with:
communicable diseases.
- Manager OH&S
- Local qualified medical practitioners.
- President Director

13.6 Effective initiatives shall be in place to 13.6 A number of key health promotion lifestyle related
promote and encourage a healthy lifestyle. activities and family safely included in planned
These may include health promotion and OHS initiatives.
employee assistance programs (refer
Health awareness is provided on an adhoc basis via
Standard 10: Communication).
the normal communication channels.
13.7 Effective systems shall be in place for the 13.7 An effective return to work program is developed for
rehabilitation of employees following a any injured worker in consultation with a qualified
work-related injury, illness or other medical practitioner.
adverse health effects.

13.8 Where required, arrangements shall be 13.8 The requirement are covered by TML normal risk
established to monitor the impact of management system, safe operating procedure and
workplace hazards on employees’ health the wearing of personal protection equipment.
and well-being.

STANDARD 14: LEGAL COMPLIANCE

Intent

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That all BlueScope Steel Businesses comply with all safety laws, regulations, standards, codes, statutory
licenses and other legal requirements which apply to their operations, and all Businesses be conducted so as to
satisfy any duty of care that exists with respect to personnel and the communities in which they operate.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


14.1 All safety-related acts, regulations, 14.1 All legal requirements are included in standard
by-laws, licenses and other legislative and operating procedures and or management systems
regulatory requirements applicable to and policy, relevant laws change, SOP’s and policies
BlueScope Steel’s operations shall be are revised.
identified and their implications assessed.
14.2 Plans shall be formulated, documented 14.2 See 14.1
and implemented to achieve compliance
with all relevant legislative and regulatory
requirements by all operations.
14.3 Arrangements shall be put in place to 14.3 See 14.1 and standard 10
ensure that all amendments and changes
(including new requirements) are
identified; that all personnel who need to
be aware of these changes are advised;
and that the appropriate action is taken.
14.4 Systems shall be established and 14.4 See 11.4
maintained to ensure compliance with
requirements related to regulatory
reporting and record keeping.
14.5 In countries where safety regulations and 14.5 TML through normal networks remain up to date
standards are less rigorous than those with the Company Codes of practices and best
applying generally in developed nations, practices that exists within BlueScope Steel. There
operations shall be conducted in a manner are to adopted where appropriate.
that is consistent with the requirements of
the BlueScope Steel Standards, relevant
international and other standards and
sound engineering and risk management
practices.
14.6 Wherever possible, BlueScope Steel shall 14.6 This may occur on an “as need” base with approved
endeavor to contribute to the development of the President Director and BLUESCOPE legal as
of legislation which has the potential to required.
affect BlueScope Steel’s operations.
14.7 Systems shall be in place to ensure 14.7 Application of and adherence to all the BlueScope
compliance with the appropriate Duty of Steel standards, policies and philosophies will satisfy
Care, in relation to health and safety, owed this standard.
to BlueScope Steel’s employees,
contractors and visitors (refer
Standard 15: Contractors, Suppliers and
Visitors) and to the local community.

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14.8 For due diligence associated with 14.8 See Standard 21.
acquisition or divestment of assets, refer
Standard 21: Acquisitions and
Divestments.

STANDARD 15: CONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND VISITORS

Intent
That the contracting of services, and the purchase, hire or lease of equipment and materials does not cause
harm to personnel, the public or to property; and that arrangements are in place to ensure the safety of visitors
to BlueScope Steel sites.

Performance Requirements

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15.1 The criteria for the selection and retention 15.1 TML has an Approved Site Contractors (ASC)
of contractors shall include considerations which a process involving the assessment of the
of the degree of risk exposure of the Contractors safety performance and capabilities.
contractor’s operations and the
A system of Authority to Work is practiced whereby
contractors’ demonstrated commitment to
those engaged to do work are checked to ensure that
safety and ability to carry out their work in
they are certified to do the task, know and
a manner that, as far as is reasonably
understand the hazards and have the right
practicable, does not cause harm to
procedures before given authority to proceed. Refer
themselves, personnel, to the public or to
Code of practice – Contractor Safety Management.
property.
A detail procedure for covering the management of
contractors supplier and visitors is described on
MSP.SFT.04 and MSP.SFT.07.

15.2 Contracts shall include specific safety 15.2 All ASC’s receive a copy of the Standard Company
obligations which contractors must comply document - Conditions of Contract, which
with and contractors shall be advised of includes OHS conditions and the requirement to
these obligations. This shall include the notify BlueScope Steel when it is intended to bring
requirement to advise BlueScope Steel of hazardous materials onto the site.
any hazardous materials brought onto
All ASC’s receive copies of the relevant BlueScope
BlueScope Steel sites and the requirements
Steel Businesses Policies and Procedures pertaining
for the reporting and investigation of
to the task or activities to be undertaken by them.
incidents and accidents (refer Standard 11:
Incident/Accident Management). All purchases of chemicals, lubricants and
hazardous substances comply with the requirements
as described in document refer to MSP.SFT.04.
The reporting of all accidents and incidents on the
site is carried out to the requirements as described in
the Company Code of Practice - Incident & Near
Miss Management for Health, Safety and
Environment.

15.3 The safety performance of contractors and 15.3 Contractors performance on site is monitored via the
their compliance with the safety incident reporting procedure, via the list of ASC’s
obligations specified in the contract shall and via the contractors safety mentor process.
be monitored (refer Standard 16: Reviews,
Audits and Inspections). All identified
deficiencies shall be documented and the
appropriate corrective action applied.

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15.4 Where appropriate, contractors shall 15.4 For each contractor, a “responsible senior BlueScope
report safety performance measures to the Steel officer” (Safety Mentor) is accountable for the
manager within BlueScope Steel who is safety performance of the contractor. The safety
responsible for the administration of their mentors role include:
contract (refer Standard 4: Performance - be informed of any injuries or incidents
Measurement and Reporting). - review incident reports
- conduct audits
- participate in incident investigations
- mentor the contractor on safety improvements

15.5 The safety requirements of equipment and 15.5 A quality Management System for supply of
materials which have the potential to catalogued spares is in place. Catalogued spares are
affect the health and safety of people, shall ordered from Engineering drawings, or have a
be specified prior to purchase, hire or specification that clearly describes the requirements.
lease (also refer Standard 16: Reviews, These catalogued spares are generally ordered from
Audits and Inspections). accredited suppliers. Where practicable designated
term supply arrangements are in place.
All purchase goods, available off the shelf have a
specification. These goods are generally ordered
from accredited suppliers (approved supplier list).
Where practicable designated term supply
arrangements are in place.
Where these goods are not available from accredited
suppliers then the Purchasing Department ensures
that the goods meet the appropriate standard.
The goods purchasing activities described on
MSP.PCS.01 and MSP.PCS.02.
All Goods and services obtained are verified and
recorded that they comply with requirements and
specifications at received related to MSP.PCS.03.

15.6 Visitors to BlueScope Steel sites shall 15.6 TML has a Visitors induction process in place,
receive a safety induction appropriate to whereby all visitors receive necessary instruction as
the nature of their visit and the hazards to to the safety requirements relating to their visit by
which they may be exposed. Compliance their host.
with the safety requirements included in
the induction shall be a precondition of
entering or remaining on BlueScope Steel
Property.
15.7 Procedures shall be established and 15.7 Visitors are made aware of the hazards within each
maintained to ensure the safety of visitors section via the induction process.
in respect of hazards they may be exposed
to while visiting BlueScope Steel sites.

STANDARD 16: REVIEWS, AUDITS AND INSPECTIONS

Intent

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That effective monitoring of BlueScope Steel’s Safety Management Systems and Safety Performance, at all
levels, by means of reviews, audits and inspections; and application of corrective and preventative action to all
identified deficiencies and non-compliances.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


16.1 Reviews of Safety Management Systems, at 16.1 The TML Safety Management System will be
all levels, shall be conducted at reviewed at least annually, as per the requirements of
appropriate intervals, to determine the TML document Standard Reference it currently a
systems’ continued suitability and SWAT teams matter are the subject of monthly
effectiveness. reviews.

16.2 Audits to verify compliance with all 16.2 TML shall undergo systems audits as follows:
applicable safety requirements shall be - Self Auditing of selected standards of the Safety
conducted all levels of BlueScope Steel, at Management Standards - Annually
appropriate intervals. This shall include
verifying compliance with the following - Internal Management Systems Audit to local OH&S
requirements: regulatory requirements - Annually
- the BlueScope Steel HSEC Policy; Where appropriate, business, functional and line
leaders are required to lead or participate in a
- the BlueScope Steel Safety Management systems audit of another site/department.
Standards;
- Internal Management System Audit activities describes
- legislative requirements; and on MSP.QAS.03, the audit conduct at planned
- any other applicable safety requirement intervals to determine and ensure the system is
(eg. Business requirements). effectively implemented & maintained including for
safety area.

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


16.3 Regular inspections of all workplace 16.3 TML adopts a systematic approach to ensure the
aspects which have the potential to affect required regulatory inspections are conducted. (refer
safety, shall be conducted at all BlueScope Standard 6: Plant and Equipment Integrity, Standard
Steel sites and operations. This shall 13: Occupational Health &Hygiene) for typical
include inspection of plant and equipment examples of such inspections :
(refer Standard 6: Plant and Equipment
- Boiler Inspection
Integrity), safe behavior (refer Standard 9:
Safe Working Behavior and Employee - Compressor
Participation), and the working
environment (refer Standard 13: - Motor vehicles
Occupational Health and Workplace - Mobile equipment
Facilities and Standard 22: Hazardous
Materials Management). TML adopts a systematic approach to effecting and
reinforcing employee safe work behavior through:
- Safe Act Observations - Behavioral audits
conducted at all levels.
- Tiered Audits - Cross section of people
auditing to coach one another and to engage
people in the process of auditing.
- Focussed Audit – An audit focusing on a
safety system an issue or process.
- Technical Safety Audit - Where subject and
technical experts conduct formal audits and
reviews, eg gas safety.
- Housekeeping
- Job Procedures Checks – Review of the
documented safety critical procedure against
the actual work practice.
- The target audit frequency rate is that every
employee participates in conducting one of the
above audit disciplines at least once per
month.

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16.4 All BlueScope Steel Businesses shall 16.4 Refer to section 16.2, 16.6 of this document
conduct a regular self-assessment of the
extent of their compliance with the
requirements of these Safety Management
Principles. The outcome of the self-
assessments shall be reported by each
BlueScope Steel Business to BlueScope
Steel. These reports shall include:
- the extent of compliance, by the
Business operations, with the
requirements of each of the Safety
Management Standards; and
- corrective action plans to address any
instances of non-compliance.
For performance reporting, refer
Standard 4: Performance Measurement
and Reporting.
16.5 Audits to verify compliance with these 16.5 BlueScope Steel adopts a systematic approach of
Principles shall be conducted by “Corporate Governance” to ensure TML are meeting
BlueScope Steel organization, at intervals or exceeding the requirements.
of no more than two years, of BlueScope
Steel’s Businesses, including sample and
drill down audits at Division and facility
level.

16.6 Effective corrective actions, and where 16.6 Actions arising are included into the respective
appropriate preventative actions, shall be corrective action system and a review process
applied to all deficiencies and non- ensures such actions are closed out.
compliances identified during reviews,
Also refer Company document – Managing
audits and inspections. Corrective and
Improvement Requests (Corrective Actions)
preventative action shall be aimed at
preventing recurrences and facilitating MSP.QAS.03 of Internal Management System Audit
continuous improvement (refer to General cover the follow up & verification system from the
Performance Requirements in Section 4 of action of non conforming audit finding.
this Standard).
Corrective & Preventive action system controlled
through MSP.QAS.05.

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STANDARD 17: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE

Intent
That in the event of an emergency, plans and capabilities are in place for dealing with such situations in a
manner which has the priority to preserve the health and safety of people, protection of the environment and
preservation of the Company’s capability and reputation.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


17.1 The nature and scale of reasonably 17.1 As part of it’s risk management process TML
foreseeable crises and emergencies shall annually identifies it’s potential crises and
be identified and formal response plans emergency scenarios and developed action to
shall be established. mitigate emergency/Crisis response plans exist at all
Refer to MSP.SFT.02 and MSP.SFT.05.

17.2 Systems for emergency preparedness and 17.2 Annual testing of the emergency response effort is
response plans shall be developed with due the responsibility of safety dept with President
regard to the nature of the potential Director.
emergency and personnel shall be trained
Department and Site Evacuation plans should be
to the appropriate level of competency
established, communicated and practiced on a
(refer Standard 8: Training and
regular basis.
Competency).

17.3 Procedures and arrangements for the 17.3 TML plans are linked to BlueScope Steel’s Crisis
management of incidents of crisis Management Team response plan.
proportions shall be in place and
All Response plans are linked to relevant local
effectively linked to other relevant
external response services.
emergency and health services
management systems. TML links to the BLUESCOPE Indonesia cross
business Crisis Management Team, which formally
links to Melbourne and task St Sydney. The detailed
plan is enclosed in Reference MSP.SFT.01

17.4 Emergency plans and capabilities shall be 17.4 Desktop exercises involving all relevant personnel
periodically audited and exercised, where with various scenarios performed an annual , basis if
appropriate, to verify the appropriateness a real crisis has not occurred.
of such plans and the competencies to
Trials of emergency response teams involving
carry them out (refer Standard 8: Training
external services shall occur from time to time.
and Competency and Standard 16:
Reviews, Audits and Inspections).

STANDARD 18: PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP

Intent

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That sufficient information is provided to enable people to handle, transport, store, use and dispose of
BlueScope Steel products in a safe and healthy manner.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


18.1 All BlueScope Steel products shall be 18.1 TML has carried out a Hazard Assessment for the:
assessed for hazards and for the need to - Safe Handling ref: MSP.SAD.02,
provide people who may be affected by MSP.SAD.03 and SOP.SAD.09
these products with the appropriate - Transport ref: MSP.SAD.01, SOP.SAD.10
information and risk control measures SOP.SAD.15 and SOP.SAD.18
(refer Standard 5: Hazard and Risk
Management). - Storage ref: MSP.SAD.05, SOP.SAD.11,
and SOP.SAD.14.
- Use & Disposal of each of its products

Other Activities and guidelines include:


- Transport Load Restrainst Guidelines.
- Recommended Practices for Steel Coil & Sheet
Storage
- Guidelines for the Handling & Storage of
Narrow Coils

18.2 The appropriate advice shall be given to 18.2 TML inform the:
employees, customers, distributors, - Customers as required
contractors and visitors (refer Standard - Contractors
15: Contractors, Suppliers and Visitors)
and the community, where applicable, - Employees (SOP’s and training)
regarding the safe handling,, transport, - Visitors (induction)
storage, use, recycling and disposal of of the Hazards associated with its products, eg
BlueScope Steel products (refer Standard labeling, provision of MSDS.
22: Hazardous Materials Management).

STANDARD 19: MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE


Intent
That changes are assessed for any potential safety risks, and that the appropriate action is taken to ensure
existing safety performance levels are not compromised.

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Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: Examples of Expected Activities:


19.1 Procedures shall be in place to identify 19.1 Responsibility of all levels of the BlueScope Steel
changes which may impact on safety, businesses.
assess their potential risk to personnel,
All Sites should have a Change Management
plant and equipment, and take the
process in place that ensures the following:
appropriate action to manage those risks.
- Changes are identified and recognized
This shall include changes to:
- Careful consideration is given to managing the
- plant and equipment (refer Standard 6: risks associated with any change
Plant and Equipment Integrity);
- Due diligence can be shown to have taken place.
- modifications to processes; - Reduce the number of unsatisfactory or
- operating procedures (refer unnecessary changes
Standard 12: Safe Work Procedures); - Involving the right people in the change process
- design and construction (refer - All the legal requirements are met
Standard 7: Design and Construction);
All sites should ensure this change process is applied
- maintenance procedures (refer to all changes listed in the left side of this page.
Standard 6: Plant and Equipment
Integrity); Each change should;
- materials used, their composition or - be reviewed by appropriate personnel to ensure
properties (refer Standard 22: any risks are acceptable
Hazardous Materials Management); - be approved by suitable authorized persons who
shall be responsible and accountable
- organisation structures and - be reviewed on completion to ensure compliance
responsibilities (refer Standard 2: with approved specifications
Responsibility and Authority); and - be documented and appropriate people notified
- personnel training or competency Also refer Company Code of Practice –
requirements (refer Standard 8: Management of Change Policy refer to
Training and Competency). MSP.MFG.04

19.2 Where required, changes shall be reported 19.2 Responsibility of each business.
to the appropriate authority and carried
out in accordance with the applicable
statutory requirements.

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STANDARD 20: RESEARCH

Intent
That BlueScope Steel continually looks for new practical ways of improving Occupational Health and Safety
Performance.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


20.1 Research and development activities shall 20.1 TML will involve external consultants in providing
be conducted, where appropriate, to guiding initiatives to improve safety as required.
support continuous improvement in health There consultants may be BLUESCOPE nor
and safety performance. BLUESCOPE consultants. In the first instance,
guidance in sought from BlueScope Steel coated
Products before the engagement of an external
resource.

20.2 Endeavors shall be made to support 20.2 TML will support and attend a variety of domestic
research, both internal and external to the and sometimes international forums in relation to
Company, in areas where research Occupational Health Safety & Rehabilitation to
outcomes may enhance the safety ensure it keeps abreast of new or changing best
performance of BlueScope Steel and practice developments.
provide a competitive advantage to the
Research in relation to the TML product range is
Company’s operations and products.
continuous via our dedicated Steel Research
Laboratories, to ensure products are “Fit for Duty”
and required safety information is provided on its
safe use.

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STANDARD 21: ACQUISITIONS AND DIVESTMENTS

Intent
That safety aspects and potential liabilities are known and taken into consideration in the decision making
process associated with acquisition or divestment of businesses or assets.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


21.1 Proposals for the divestment or acquisition 21.1 In the event of TML involvement in an acquisition
of businesses or property shall include an or divestment, BlueScope Steel will provide
assessment of safety risks. This shall cover resources to guide the process and ensure OH&S
the identification and assessment of safety matters are properly evaluated.
risks and liabilities, including the
Upon completion of the evaluation exercise the
existence of potential liabilities related to
“Due Diligence” team will present findings and
impact on the health of people. It shall
recommendations to the executive management of
apply to all safety risks and liabilities
BlueScope Steel for consideration.
associated with complete sale, lease,
transfer or purchase of assets, concessions
and licenses.

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STANDARD 22: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

Intent
That purchasing, transport, storage, handling, use and disposal of hazardous materials is carried out in a safe
manner and that actions are taken to minimize, as far as is reasonably practicable, the exposure of BlueScope
Steel personnel and visitors to such materials.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


22.1 The types and quantities of all materials, 22.1 All sites should have a process in place that ensures
intermediates, products and consumables that all such hazardous materials are identified and
which have the potential to affect health understood by all relevant personnel.
and safety shall be identified. The
All hazards and risks associated with the storage and
chemical, physical and biological hazards
use of these materials relevant to the site, are to be
associated with each material shall be
identified, assessed and effective control measures
identified and documented and the risks
developed and put in place.
associated with such hazards shall be
appropriately managed (refer Standard 5: MSDS System in accordance to clarify to SWAT
Hazard and Risk Management). chemical handling.
All dept. in TML which used the
chemical/hazardous material keep the MSDS of
them, in dept. internal control. MSDS of hazardous
material is required in accordance to government
act.

22.2 All suppliers of hazardous materials shall 22.2 No hazardous materials should be purchased or
be required to provide, on or before supplied without their relevant material safety data
delivery, Material Safety data Sheets sheets. Also refer Company Document - Direct
(MSDS) or similar guidelines. purchases of Chemicals, Lubricants and
Hazardous Substances

22.3 MSDS or similar guidelines shall include 22.3 Material safety data sheets are to comply with all
up-to-date information related to the necessary requirements both internal to BlueScope
toxicity, safe storage and handling, Steel and the local OH & S regulations and Acts.
personal protective equipment required,
adverse health effects, treatment for
exposure, response to an emergency (refer
Standard 17: Emergency Preparedness and
Response) and appropriate training (refer
Standard 8: Training and Competency).
22.4 MSDS or similar guidelines covering all 22.4 Responsibility of each operating site.
hazardous materials, shall be accessible to
All such material safety data sheets are to be readily
all personnel who may be exposed to these
available to personnel as required.
materials (refer Standard 4:
Communication).

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


22.5 Initiatives shall be implemented with the 22.5 Responsibility of each operating site.
aim of progressively reducing, as far as is
reasonably practicable, the quantities of
hazardous materials; and moving towards
the use of less hazardous materials.

STANDARD 23: CRITICAL SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT

Intent
That projects and operations developed by BlueScope Steel are inherently safe, easy to operate and maintain,
and that their residual Critical Safety Risk is controlled to a level that can be demonstrated to be tolerable and
as low as reasonably practicable; and that systems are in place to control ‘low probability - high severity’
hazards which may have the potential to cause major accidents.

Performance Requirements

Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


23.1 Detailed systems and procedures shall be 23.1 For those sites that have high severity hazards or
developed, implemented and maintained large sources of energy, processes such as HAZOPs,
by each BlueScope Steel Business to HAZANs, and Fault Tree Analysis should be used to
effectively manage and control Critical identify the critical risks that may be present.
Safety Risk in a manner best suited to its
Such critical risks are to be assessed and the
specific organizational structure and
necessary controls developed and put in place to
needs.
manage these risk to acceptable levels.
These shall include:
These critical risks are to be documented and
- identification of hazards which may reviewed on a regular basis, to ensure the risk
lead to Critical Safety risk; context and controls have not changed.
- analysis and assessment of the risk; All levels of BlueScope Steel down to and including
and Superintendent level should have the responsibility
to ensure such risks are identified and managed to
- implementation of the appropriate acceptable levels.
control measures
Also refer Company Code of Practice – Hazard and
Aspect Risk Management.

23.2 The prioritisation of control measure for 23.2 For the mitigation or reduction of critical risk, the
the management of Critical Safety Risk hierarchy of controls are to be applied in the
shall be in accordance with the risk following order:
management Hierarch of Controls (refer to
- Eliminate the hazard or risk
BlueScope Steel Critical Safety Risk Code
of Practice). - Substitute the hazard or risk
- Engineer out the problem
- Introduce administrative controls
- Provide personal protective equipment

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Performance Requirement Elements: TML Activities and Standard :


23.3 System and procedures for the effective 23.3 Those sites that may be classed as hazardous
management of Critical Risk shall be facilities should carry out, or have carried out,
consistent with BlueScope Steel’s Critical critical risk auditing to ensure that their identified
Safety risk Code of Practice and shall critical risks are effectively understood and being
include, but not be limited to, the managed on a continuing basis.
following:
- allocated responsibilities;
- hazard identification and management
(refer Standard 5: Hazard and Risk
Management);
- audits and inspection (refer Standard
16: Reviews, Audits and Inspections);
- incident investigation (refer Standard
11: Incident/Accident Management);
- changes and modifications (refer
Standard 19: Management of
Changes);
- integrity of plant and equipment (refer
Standard 6: Plant and Equipment
Integrity);
- training (refer Standard 8: Training
and Competency);
- employee participation (refer Standard
9: Safe Working Behavior and
Employee Participation);
- design and construction (refer
Standard 7: Design and Construction);
- work practices (refer Standard 12: Safe
Work Procedures);
- emergency response (refer Standard 17:
Emergency Preparedness and
Response); and
- hazardous materials management (refer
Standard 22: Hazardous Materials
Management).

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