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Safety & Loss

Control Manual
1 OHSE MANAGEMENT:
2 • ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
CORE
3 • SITE SAFETY MANAGEMENT
PROGRAM Issued
ELEMENTS June
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION &
4 ASSESSMENT
2006
(INCLUDING REGULAR WORKSITE INSPECTIONS)

“SAFETY” MEETINGS H
9
ENGINEERING AND QUALITY
5 AND A CONTROLS
COMMUNICATIONS
Z
A
10
SUPPLIER AND SUB-
WORKER TRAINING R CONTRACTOR CONTROLS

6 AND ORIENTATIONS D
C 11 BASIC SAFETY RULES AND
REQUIREMENTS
O
EMERGENCY
N
PROCEDURAL CONTROLS
7 PREPAREDNESS T 12 AND OHS PRACTICES &
PLANS
(INCLUDING FIRST AID REQ.)
R
O
INCIDENT L 13 ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS
8 REPORTING S
AND FOLLOW-UP

14 RECORDS MANAGEMENT
AND DOCUMENTATION
15 PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

Prepared by:
Walter C. Tersmette & Associates
Note: The sub-titles highlight the general content of each section and
are not an exact representation of the titles throughout this manual.

MATRIX DRILLING FLUIDS


Safety and Loss Control Manual Contents
Section Description
HSE Management
1.0 Matrix Policy on Health, Safety and Environment
Overview of S&LC Manual
Discipline and Enforcement Policy

2.0 Roles and Responsibilities


Overview of Prime Contractor / Contractor Responsibilities
Summary of Matrix HSE Responsibilities

3.0 Site Safety Management Plan (Including Work Permits)


Client Information Checklist
Work Permit System

Core Safety Program Elements


4.0 Hazard Identification & Assessment (Including Inspections)
Hazard Identification and Assessment Processes
Hazard Reporting
Worksite Inspections (and other formal hazard assessments)

5.0 Safety Meetings and Communications


Safety Meetings: Project, Pre-Job and Tailgate
General Safety and Loss Control Meetings

6.0 Training and Orientations


Drilling Fluid Technician and Worker Orientations (IRP #16)
Drilling Fluid Technician Training Requirements (IRP #7)
Employee Competency and Training Requirements

7.0 Emergency Preparedness


Emergency Preparedness Overview
First Aid Transportation Planning

8.0 Incident Reporting and Follow-up


Summary of Incident Reporting Requirements
Incident Report Form

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Hazard Controls
9.0 Engineering and Quality Controls
Summary of Drilling Fluid Design Requirements / Procedures
OHS Code Certifications and Specifications
Overview of Relevant Well Equipment Requirements

10.0 Sub-Contractor Controls


Supplier / Sub-Contractor Requirements.

11.0 Basic Safety Rules and Requirements


Personal Protective Equipment
Vehicle Operations
Storage and Handling of Hazardous Material
Occupational Exposure Monitoring – Chemical and Radiation.
Working Alone / Workplace Violence
Noise Exposure

12.0 Procedural Controls: OHS Practices and Plans


Practices, Plans and Procedures Overview (i.e. Confined Space, Fall
Protection and other OHS Code Priorities)
List of Industry Recommended Practices

13.0 Environmental Protection Requirements


Environmental Plans and Procedures
Spill Response and Reporting Guidelines

Program Administration
14.0 Records Management and Documentation
OHSE Management References and Records Index
End of Project Records

15.0 General Information


CD with Matrix S&LC Manual and OHSE Handbook
Supporting Forms &Documents
CD with OHS Regulations, Code & Guidance Manual
CD with Petroleum Safety Council IRPs
Glossary of Terms

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1.0 INTRODUCTION
Policy on Health, Safety and Environment
Matrix is committed to conducting its operations in a safe and environmentally responsible
manner. To support this commitment, Matrix has a Policy on Occupational Health, Safety and
Environment. This policy is provided to those contractors working on behalf of Matrix and is
intended to be posted as a reminder of the company’s obligation to worker safety. A copy of the
policy is provided on Page 4 of this introduction.
In addition, Matrix has developed a Policy on Discipline and Enforcement. This policy is
included on Pages 6 and 7 of this introduction.
Participation in Industry Initiatives
Matrix is committed to “ensuring a strong future for our industry, the environment and the
people of Canada”.
 Matrix participates in the ‘Partnerships’ Certificate of Recognition program through Alberta
Human Resources and Employment and is a member of both the Alberta Association of
Safety Partnerships (AASP) and Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC).
 Matrix endorses the Petroleum Industry Guiding Principles for Worker Safety included on
page 5 on this manual.
Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (OHSE) Management System
Matrix Drilling Fluids Ltd. has developed an Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental
(OHSE) Management System based on the principles of ISO 14000. The foundation for this
process is described in the following diagram.

OHSE POLICY

MANAGEMENT PLANNING
REVIEW

CHECKING & IMPLEMENTATION


CORRECTIVE & OPERATION
ACTION

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To fulfill this commitment, Matrix has developed a comprehensive Safety Program Manual. An
overview of Matrix’s program is highlighted on the cover of the manual. This overview outlines
the range of plans and programs that Matrix has developed to address the health, safety and
environmental issues resulting from our operations.
As part of our overall OHSE Management Strategy, goals and objectives are established annually
by Matrix management for key areas important to the Company’s performance. The company is
committed to recognizing and rewarding the contribution of employees and contractors in
achieving these goals. In addition, the company encourages its contractors to develop reward
and recognition programs appropriate for their operations.
Scope of Operations
Matrix designs drilling fluid programs and provides field support services to its Clients in one of
three ways:
1. Full Service Field Support: Matrix provides a Drilling Fluid Technician to be on-site
continuously to monitor drilling operations and ensure the effective implementation of
the drilling fluid program.
2. Partial Service Field Support: Matrix provides a local Drilling Fluid Technician to
periodically visit the wellsite to conduct a spot check to confirm drilling mud properties.
3. No Field Support: Matrix provides the Client with a copy of the drilling fluid program
and arranges for delivery of the required chemical additives. No field support is provided.
Safety and Loss Control Manual
This Safety and Loss Control Manual is designed to provide management, employees and
contractors with guidance and tools needed to address site safety management. The purpose and
scope of this Safety and Loss Control Manual and related documents are more clearly depicted in
the diagram on the following page.

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⇒ Scope of S&LC Manual and Related Documents

Safety and Loss Control Manual


• Focuses on procedures specific for
managing worksite safety.
• Establishes the basic safety rules and
requirements for Matrix operations.
• Provides guidelines for the development of
task-specific procedures if & when required.

Drilling Fluid OHSE Handbook Industry Recommended


Technician Competency • Matrix has an OHSE Practices (IRP’s)
• Matrix recognizes the handbook summarizing • Matrix supports Enform
need to ensure Drilling basic company rules and and the IRPs it has
Fluid Technicians are requirements. developed.
trained and competent. • The handbook emphasizes • Matrix supports the
• As such, specific the key OHS Code recommended practices
procedures will be requirements and developed through the
developed as required highlights the general industry associations
by the scope of Matrix’s practices, plans and the supporting the oil and
operations and the procedures relevant to gas industry.
appropriate training will Matrix’s scope of
be identified. operations.

Contractor Work Procedures


Matrix depends on both the Prime Contractor and its sub-contractors to develop detailed work
procedures specific to the activities they are responsible for. Specifically:
• Where required by safety regulations, contractors have developed and implemented any
required Codes of Practice or safe work plans (i.e. Confined Space Entry, Respiratory
Equipment, Fall Protection etc.)
• Contractors have taken the steps needed to ensure their employees and contractors are familiar
with the work and can complete any required work procedures.
• Operating and maintenance procedures are completed in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.

The scope and content of this manual and the related procedures will be reviewed annually and
revised as Matrix’s operations expand.

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The following are examples, but are not limited to, the actions which shall involve discipline
according to the aforementioned guidelines:

(a) Stealing or willful damage to property;


(b) Working while impaired by alcohol or drugs;
(c) Habitual tardiness;
(d) Smoking in areas where such is prohibited;
(e) Having open fires where such practice is forbidden;
(f) Carelessness in regard to accident prevention and/or safety of fellow
workers, and/or refusal to comply with Company, Client or Governmental Safety
Regulations;
(g) Failure to report or failure to report accurately to the proper authorities,
whenever required, accidents, operational breakdowns, personal injuries,
etc.;
(h) Insubordination, including refusals or failure to perform work at any time
when called upon to do so, unless work is considered excessive, unsafe or
illegal;
(i) Absence from duty without notice to, or permission from the immediate Supervisor;
(j) Sleeping while on duty;
(k) Obtaining materials from storehouse or other assigned places without proper authority;
(l) Malicious mischief resulting in personal injury or destruction of Company, Client or
worker property;
(m) Divulging confidential Company or Client information;
(n) Unauthorized use of a Company vehicle;
(o) Accumulation of traffic violations, which put driver’s license and/or Company vehicle
insurance at risk.

Notwithstanding the procedures outlined above, there may be circumstances where the nature of
the infraction is so serious that, upon review by Management, the employment of the offending
worker may be terminated immediately with cause.

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