Mill Safety Orientation (Presentation) - September 2011

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From Nortech Safety Management, Prince George, BC

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Slide 1: 

Safety Orientation

Slide 4: 

SPEED LIMITS

RIGHT OF WAY AT ALL TIMES : 

RIGHT OF WAY AT ALL TIMES

KEEP ROADWAYS & ENTRANCES CLEAR : 

KEEP ROADWAYS & ENTRANCES CLEAR Contact mill representative Temporary blockage may be authorized Violations will be reviewed Repeat violations banned from site

CONTRACTOR CREW LIST : 

CONTRACTOR CREW LIST

REQUIRED Personal Protective Equipment : 

Safety Eyewear Hard Hat Safety Boots Hearing Protection Hi-Viz Vest Bite Block Respirator REQUIRED Personal Protective Equipment

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Follow Mill Rules Use required personal protective on site

UPSETS TO MILL OPERATIONSSHUT DOWN/START UPMill Hazards : 

chlorine dioxide gas hydrogen sulphide gas corrosive white & black liquors lime dust sulphuric acid methanol welding fumes caustic soda noise UV light from welding arcs high pressure hoses hot cleanup hoses and pipes Leaking/dripping pipes DO NOT LOOK UP UPSETS TO MILL OPERATIONSSHUT DOWN/START UPMill Hazards

Entering the Process Section? : 

Entering the Process Section? BITE BLOCK RESPIRATOR MUST BE CARRIED OR BE CLOSE TO HAND AT ALL TIMES

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Remove from belt/pouch Take off protective cover Unwind neck strap & nose plug Secure neck strap Insert the mouthpiece Clip nose plug to nostrils Leave area to fresh air exit & report to your supervisor IF YOU ENCOUNTER A GAS SITUATION

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At the rear of Protection Lime/Talc Unloading Area Maintenance Courtyard SMOKING POLICY Temporary Smoking Areas

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CHANNEL 1 FIRST AID

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER : 

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER 2400

Reporting Proceduresby Radio or Telephone : 

Reporting Proceduresby Radio or Telephone Identify yourself Give your location Nature of the emergency Stay on the line for instructions

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TOTAL MILL Evacuation POWER & RECOVERY Emergency Shutdown BLEACH PLANT Evacuation EMERGENCY ALARMS

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TOTAL MILL EVACUATION Leave your work area IMMEDIATELY – DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS ASSEMBLE AT THE MUSTER STATION Report to your Supervisor Supervisors pick up sign in sheets Report any employee DO NOT LEAVE the Muster area

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POWER & RECOVERY EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY DO NOT USE ELEVATORS Report to your supervisor

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BLEACH PLANT/DIGESTER EVACUATION ALARM Activated by gas sensors or manually by an Operator LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY DO NOT USE ELEVATORS Report to your supervisor

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North Power & Recovery Control Room East DigesterBleach Control Room South DigesterBleach Control Room (IF) ELEVATOR CEASES TO FUNCTION Call Protection 2400 Your name Names of others Elevator Location Listen for instructions E L E V A T O R S

Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 : 

Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 Around neck on Chest Around neck under left arm Guage window facing out Pull tab on hood pouch easily accessible

Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 : 

Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 Lift Flap Remove Hood Open Valve –counterclockwise Approximately (2) two full rotations Air Supply begins when valve is opened

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 : 

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 Verify Airflow – listen for rushing air DON THE HOOD REMOVE ANY HEAD GEAR Locate elastic neck seal Place hands into neck seal

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 : 

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 Spread Hands Lower Hood Over Head Position diffuser in front of face Remove Hands from neck seal Ensure there is good contact Remove clothing, protruding long hair or beards Verify Air Flow Leave Hazardous Area Hold Air Supply close to your body

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 : 

Use of Power & Recovery ElevatorScott Elsa 15 Remove Hood when in Safe Area Rotate valve knob clockwise to close Remove carry pouch from body Return unit to Protection Department

BLEACH PLANT/DIGESTERSTAG-IN : 

BLEACH PLANT/DIGESTERSTAG-IN Complete tag-in: name, date and time Hang in appropriate spot BEFORE proceeding Remove if you leave area for more than 1 hour Crew of 3 or more – crew supervisor can tag-in Follow all emergency & evacuation procedures

LOCKOUT : 

Mackenzie Pulp takes very seriously need to de-energize and lock out equipment We expect Lock Out procedures to be followed Only Mackenzie Pulp employees to De-energize & Lock Out equipment Contract Employees MUST NOT Lock Out or de-energize equipment Only in exceptional circumstances Authorized by a mill representative LOCKOUT

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Protection Office issues two locks. Contractor locks are BLACK and stamped with a unique identification number. A contractor may use only these locks to lock out. Use of other locks is prohibited.

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Each contractor employee MUST lock out at the appropriate lock out points or lock out boards. DO NOT use another persons lock. Failure to correctly lock out is a serious violation. Doubts of lock placement? Contact your supervisor. Consult with mill representative

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Check the lock out seal number Must be identical Lock Out sheets marked with a RED dot Indicates CHANGE or MODIFICATION Lock Out sheets covered with a BLUE transparency Indicates SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY

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Gas Tester/Safety Person or Qualified Mill employee must be posted at the entry point before workers enter & while working Records and monitors workers in the confined space AT ALL TIMES

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Confined Space Entry Lock Out Confined Space Hazard Assessment

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Crew Supervisor or Work Crew completes the Permit The Confined Space Entry Permit and Hazard Assessments must be reviewed by the work crew The Crew Supervisor signs the permit. Posted at the entry point to the confined space.

Air Quality Tests : 

Air Quality Tests

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Confined Spaces not in use or incomplete air tests “DO NOT ENTER ” tag must be posted at the entry point. “ DO NOT ENTER ” signs must be posted at all times at openings not intended as entry points.

WORKING ON THE MILL ROOF : 

WORKING ON THE MILL ROOF

ROOF STACKS & VENTS : 

ROOF STACKS & VENTS

HEIGHTS OVER 10 Feet / 3 Meters : 

FALL PROTECTION If there are no guardrails around your work platform, then you must use a Fall Arrest or Fall Restraint system using a harness, a lanyard and a secure point of attachment. HEIGHTS OVER 10 Feet / 3 Meters

HEIGHTS OVER 25 Feet / 7.5 Meters : 

Fall Protection Plan must be submitted to the Protection Office BEFORE work commences. Instructed in its proper use and instruction MUST be documented. Mackenzie Pulp takes working at heights very seriously and will not condone any violation of the Fall Protection Regulations. HEIGHTS OVER 25 Feet / 7.5 Meters

Scaffolds must be approved and inspected daily and will be posted with Scaffold TagsColors identify the status. : 

Scaffolds must be approved and inspected daily and will be posted with Scaffold TagsColors identify the status. GREEN YELLOW RED SCAFFOLDING Complete-Ready to Use Not yet complete-use with CAUTION DO NOT USE

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CAUTION Read Hazard Warning May Enter if no Danger Check with Shift or Area Supervisor – before removal. DANGER DO NOT ENTER HAZARD TAPE

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OUR ENVIRONMENT

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Our product is our livelihood. Plastics can enter at any point in the pulping process. Chip conveyors, washer vats, floor drains etc. These contaminants are found in sandwich bags, plastic wrap, nylon rope, plastic utensils, pens and many more items. Dispose of all plastics and refuse properly. PLEASE DO NOT LITTER PLASTICS

ASBESTOS REMOVAL : 

ASBESTOS REMOVAL Handled by trained personnel only Report all asbestos containing-materials to your Mill Representative Arrangements will be made for removal and proper disposal.

RADIATION SAFETY : 

RADIATION SAFETY

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QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS CONTACT: Your Supervisor Mill Safety Representative

WORK SAFELY : 

Thank You WORK SAFELY

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