Ars Oil

Hazard Prevention And Control

Management ensures that the priority is followed to protect persons at the site through:

Safe system of work

Permit to work system

Job Safety Analysis

In order to:

Hazards will be eliminated when economically feasible, such as replacing a more hazardous chemical with a less hazardous one;

Barriers will protect persons from the hazard, such as machine guards and personal protective equipment (PPE);

Exposure to hazards will be controlled through administrative procedures, such as more frequent breaks and job rotation. Management ensures that the worksite and all machinery are cared for properly so that the environment remains safe and healthy. If maintenance needs exceed the capability of the worksite employees, contract employees are hired to do the work and are screened and supervised to ensure they work according to the site’s safety and health procedures.

All employees at worksite are trained to recognize hazards and to report any hazard they find to the appropriate person so that the hazard can be corrected as soon as possible. In addition to taking an immediate action to report a hazard orally and to provide interim protection, if necessary, including stopping the work causing the hazard.

All employees, including all levels of management, are held accountable for obeying site safety and health rules. The following protection equipment will be worn on worksite at all times:

Head protection will be worn on job sites at all times.

Eye protection will be worn when there are potentials of hazards from flying objects or

Particles, chemicals, arcing, glare, or dust.

Protective footwear shall be worn to protect from falling objects, chemicals, or stepping on sharp objects. Athletic or canvas-type shoes shall not be worn.

Protective gloves or clothing shall be worn when required to protect against a hazards.