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Objectives

1. Management HSE Leadership


The guiding principles in this area are for,
Project Management to play the key role in leading HSE activities and to be directly involved
in HSE Management.
Project Management to lead the project team displaying Visible leadership, Leading by
Example and Walking the Talk
Project Management to give impetus to the One team - One goal policy.

2. Build up HSE Culture and Communication


The key points to achieve this are for,
Project Management to promote IIF (Incident and Injury Free), a key system in the
development of a caring culture.
Corporate management to establish a Corporate IIF leader team to support the IIF activities
of all projects, and monitor each project program and the effectiveness of IIF activities and
provide advice for further improvement (IIF Health Check).
The JSO (JGC Safety Observation) Card system to be utilized in all projects as a JGC BBS
(Behavior Based Safety) system in field operations; Project Management to encourage
supervisors to positively use it, for HSE culture development and as a leading indicator of
the level of involvement on the part of all personnel,
Project Management to enhance communication and build relationships among all parties
(i.e., among JGC, Client and subcontractors and at the same time among management,
supervisors, and workers) in line with the IIF philosophy.
Project Management to extend the IIF philosophy to traffic safety management for both the
system (technical challenge) and the culture (adaptive challenge).
Project Management to utilize the JGC HSE website to publicize and promote its own Project
HSE and share HSE information among all JGC employees.

3. Reinforcing HSE Training


The steps to be followed include,
Standard HSE training material for overseas projects to be developed and communicated to
all sites to ensure that the quality of training is consistent.
HSE intensive and leadership training to be conducted for project management and
supervisory staff.
Basic HSE training held in Yokohama will be reviewed and upgraded focusing on the
overseas work.
In view of the unique culture and social system in Algeria, a special training program to be
developed and conducted to promote a viable HSE culture,
An E-learning system including the contents of the HSE program to be established as part of
the basic education for project staff.

4. Promotion of HSE System upgrade and Risk Assessment (RA)


The necessary elements include,
Standardized JGC HSE plans and procedures to be developed and communicated to all
projects,
Project HSE budget system to be reviewed and clear categorization to be established, by
which the FWBS system will be applied for HSE items.
Project Management to ensure a Health Risk Assessment is conducted prior to project
commencement and the provision of adequate health and welfare measures for the project.
Project Management to promote Last Minute Risk Assessment (LMRA, such as Step Back
5x5, Take 5) as part of its Risk Assessment program.
Project Management to ensure the establishment of an emergency preparedness program
including project specific MEDEVAC procedures.
Project Management to ensure that all personnel strictly comply with:
3 Primary Golden Rules
7 Golden Rules for Safe Driving
7 Golden Rules for Life Saving

5. Promotion of HSE Audits


The principal features are,
HSE planning with provision of minimum documents and early site work including site
preparation/temporary facilities to be subject to mandatory HSE Readiness Audits.
Regular corporate HSE audits to be conducted as part of the corporate HSE management
system in which the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle shall be assured; Project HSE leadership,
SIMOPS and Traffic Safety Management to be incorporated as parts of the Corporate HSE
audit,
Site visits by senior management staff from the Project Division and Construction Division to
be regularized for Project HSE review with respect to management leadership in HSE.

6. Environmental Management System


Successful application requires,
Project Management to ensure that an Environment Management Plan (EMP) is developed
as per ISO 14001 (JGC Environmental Manual) and used to create a readiness check list for
environmental issues, prior to the start of the site work.
Project Management to promote the Zero Emissions Initiative as a core Project
Environmental value and incorporate this into the Environmental Management Plan.
Project Management to conduct Environmental training for all project personnel to ensure
their understanding of the requirements and of their roles and responsibilities.