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2 Minutes for MY Safety

Group QHSE
Name: ...................................................................
2011 10 - Indonesia EN

Move Forward with Confidence

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1- Planning for the job 2

Based on the mission description,
I should check:
What will I be doing at this
client site?
That names and phone numbers
of local contacts are available
That I have the appropriate PPE
(personal protective equipment) and that
it is in good condition
That I have the requested permit/license
to deliver this service (clearance, confined
space entry permit, etc.)
What the best itinerary or schedule is

If it is a team effort, one member of the team

should be assigned as the safety contact.

Do I have all needed information

to safely deliver the services?
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2- 12 Life saving rules

Work with a valid work permit when required
Conduct gas tests when required
Verify isolation before work begins and use the
specified life protecting equipment
Obtain authorisation before entering a confined space
Obtain authorisation before overriding or disabling
safety critical equipment
Protect yourself against a fall when working at height
Do not walk under a suspended load
Do not smoke outside designated areas
No alcohol or drugs while working or driving
Wear your seat belt
While driving, do not use your phone and do not
exceed speed limits
Follow prescribed Journey Management Plan

The Life Saving Rules are adopted

from SHELL

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3- Arriving at client site 4

I check in at the security gate and get Y
in touch with local client contact H
I wear the proper PPE 

I ask for a site tour of my job’s location
I ask for general safety and security 

- Specific risks
- Evacuation 
- First aid

I check:
- Site access and traffic rules
- The potential risks in my work area


Am I sure the risks of my working
environment are under control?
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4- Spotting the hazards

  Is the equipment/energy isolated?
  If a permit is required, eg. confined space entry,
do I have it?
  Are tools and equipment in good condition and
  In my work environment, is all necessary equipment
(vehicle, conveyors, etc.) isolated?
  Is the walking surface free of slip, trip and fall
  Is the appropriate barricading for the task in place?
  If someone works above me, am I protected from
a falling object?
  Have I communicated with the other groups about
their activities?
Personal Health
  Am I fit for this task?
  If the task involves heavy lifting, am I equipped to
manage this factor?
  Am I using the correct PPE?
  If extreme weather conditions are a factor on this job,
are there measures in place to manage it?
  Am I familiar with the equipment I inspect?

A “NO” requires an action plan which shall

be discussed with my manager/supervisor.

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5- During the job 6

I respect general safety and client’s safety
I pay attention to the potential changes to my
work environment
If I notice that a sudden change occurred and
might impact my safety and/or my job

I take 2 minutes for my safety


If the situation cannot be addressed

with the client, I contact my Th
supervisor to get instructions. as
Taking 2 minutes for evaluating the risks
is better than an accident!

It is your right and your duty

to take care of your safety!
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6- After the job

I clean my equipment and return
it to storage
I check that the work area
is clean
I note if I need to replace
any PPE
I inform the client that
I’m leaving the jobsite
I inform management about any unsafe
conditions or hazards observed during
the work on sites such as:
- Hazardous situations
- Incidents

This information will be used to improve the risk

assessment of the location you work at and the
overall safety of the activities.

If you have a question or a comment,

contact your HSE manager.

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7- Hazard Symbols 8
World Description Europe
T – Toxic
T+ – Very toxic
Xi – Irritant
Xn – Harmful
C – Corrosive
Hazardous for
the environment
F – Easily flammable
F+ – Highly flammable
Gas under pressure
GHS: Globally Harmonized System
CMR: Carcinogenic, Mutagenic, Teratogenic
Caution: used for less serious health hazards like skin irritation
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8- In case of an accident
I should ask for client’s emergency resources

I MUST notify my management or supervisors

as soon as possible.

All work related incidents – accidents

(injuries or illnesses), near-misses and first
aid cases must be reported to my management
or supervisors.

In any case, I do not underestimate

an accident and get proper care.

2 minutes for MY safety