This document represents the minimum standards that should be followed by employees and visitors to the COMPANY offices. If enhancements and/or additions are identified, they should be approved by COMPANY and incorporated into this manual via the appropriate change mechanism and issued for use with immediate effect via the appropriate Document Issuance Procedure.
The purpose of this Office Health and Safety Manual is to provide guidance on safe work practices and minimum requirements.
If any standards or guidance contradicts this manual, in such cases, more stringent controls shall be enforced.
The objective of this manual is to set out the way in which Health and Safety will be managed in the offices of COMPANY.
In particular, the objectives are to achieve the following:
v To put into practical effect the commitment to Health and Safety stated in COMPANY Health and Safety Policy.
v To meet the requirements of all relevant Health and Safety legislation.
v To ensure adequate control of all office activities with regard to Health and Safety.
v To generate a culture where everyone, irrespective of his/her position, realizes that they have a part to play in ensuring that accidents and ill health are prevented and that impact on the environment is minimized.
v To ensure a safe work environment for all those who work in the offices as well as of others who may be affected by their actions in the workplace.
v This manual shall be applied in the set up of all COMPANY offices including those created within construction sites.
Overall responsibility for the Health and Safety of all persons within the company rests with the Directors of COMPANY.
The appointed HSE Manager or designee shall be responsible for the implementation of this document.
COMPANY has a nominated Health, Safety and Environmental ( HSE ) Manager who has overall group responsibility for reviewing and making recommendations on all matters relating to health, Safety and Environmental protection.
The overall responsibility for the day-to-day safety operations will be with the HSE Manager or his designee.
It is the responsibility of the HSE Manager or designee to implement the HSE Practices in the offices as per this manual and adhere to the following general procedures;
v Conduct OH&S Risk Assessments.
v Ensure that HSE Policy and HSE Objectives are communicated to all their employees and displayed in different locations.
v Identify hazards and potential causes of accidents associated with the activities.
v Recommended procedures, precautions or controls required to mitigate the hazards.
v Ensure 100% of employees receive an HSE induction.
v Identify Employee training needs.
v Organise HSE meetings.
v Conduct office inspections and audits.
v Investigate all accidents / incidents.
v Communicate HSE matters to the workforce.
In the interests of safety, all employees of COMPANY, visitors and others are required to;
v Take the necessary care and responsibility for their own Safety and Health.
v Take the necessary care and responsibility for the Safety and Health of others who may be affected by their actions in the workplace.
v Not willfully interfere with or misuse items or facilities provided in the interests of the safety, health and welfare of company employees and others, such as fire extinguisher, first aid cabinets, etc.
v Report all potential and actual hazards and incidents/accidents to their line Manager or HSE Manager or his designee.
v Familiarize themselves with the emergency procedure and firefighting equipment present at their location.
v Only carry out tasks which they have been trained to execute in a safe manner.
This guideline addresses the general Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) requirements for processes and tasks not otherwise addressed in other specific procedures.
The following general requirements apply to the COMPANY offices, unless otherwise specified:
Employees who engage in horse play, fighting, and gambling; who possess firearms; or who possess or use alcohol or unauthorized drugs will be removed from the office and subject to disciplinary action.
The use of photographic equipment is prohibited without the authorization of COMPANY.
Smoking is permitted only in designated areas.
v Extension cords will be of the three-wire type, with fuses and surge protection.
v All electrical equipment shall be tested for electrical safety.
v All electrical equipment shall be listed on a register.
v Any defective electrical equipment will be removed from service, isolated and either replaced or repaired by a competent electrician.
v Exits and the way of approach and travel from exits will be maintained so that they are unobstructed and are accessible at all times.
v Readily visible, suitably illuminated exit signs will mark exits. Exit signs will be distinctive in color and provide contrast with surroundings.
v Designed emergency exit doors will be fitted with a push bar release mechanism.
v Emergency lighting will be installed along emergency exit routes.
Housekeeping is the responsibility of all office personnel, and line management commitment will be demonstrated by the continued efforts of supervising staff towards this activity.
v Housekeeping is considered as an integral part of the work process. Consideration shall be given to the potential to generate combustible materials and prevention of fires.
v Any instances of poor housekeeping resulting in the creation of a tripping, slipping, fire hazard or loss shall be corrected immediately.
v As part of the planning stages of the offices, it is important to ensure that adequate space is provided for materials, furniture, and equipment.
v Offices shall be cleaned and regularly maintained. Common areas shall be maintained clear of debris, waste and other rubbish.
It shall at all times be ensured that all emergency exits and access passageways, fire doors, break-glass alarm points, firefighting equipment, first aid stations, and other emergency stations are kept clean, and unobstructed. The following general questions shall be considered;
v Can everyone reach his/her place of work safely?
v Are pedestrian access routes clear of materials, debris, waste or equipment?
v Are walkways free of obstructions and relatively level to ensure a sound footing?
v Ensure the loose and worn flooring is reported to your supervisor.
v Close all cabinets, cupboard and drawers after use.
v Never overload shelving or store heavy items above head height except on load bearing purpose built racking.
v Never leave a lit cigarette unattended in the designated smoking area.
v Clear away immediately any dangerous substance or spillage.
The HSE Manager or designee shall make sure that employees of COMPANY adhere to good housekeeping practices in the office.
Following are the guidelines for good housekeeping;
v Work locations, equipment, and common areas are to be kept clean and orderly at all times.
v Toilet facilities, including hand basins should be maintained in a clean and hygienic condition.
v No food should be kept in work areas.
v Leave your place of work tidy when your work is finished so that nobody will run the chance of falling over something.
To protect the environment and save expenses;
v Turn off computers, printers, A/C's and non essential lighting at the end of the day (task maybe carried out by individual employee or an appointed person).
v Only print if a hard copy is essential, otherwise work from soft copy.
v Reduce consumption of resources where ever possible.
v Reuse printed paper (reverse face) for internal use.
v Spillages must be cleaned up as soon as it is practicable.
v Item specific bins, such as for recycling must be clearly marked as to the type of refuse that must be deposited in them.
v Refuse bins must be removed and cleaned at regular interval.
v Clean up any leakages and prevent the spread of bad smells.
v Hazardous substances have to be handled and used in accordance with legal requirements and good practice.
v Hazardous waste has to be properly, safely, and legally managed from the point of use to the point of final disposal.
v Office Inspection Checklist : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-33
COMPANY shall ensure that at the place of work, adequate and appropriate arrangements exist for the rendering of first aid treatment to its employees and visitors in case anyone gets injured or falls sick.
9.1 First Aid Box
First aid boxes shall be provided at strategic locations, shall be suitably identifiable, and access to them shall be ensured throughout the working hours.
Regular inspections are carried out to ensure that it is fully stocked and items inside are not expired. Records of such inspections are maintained.
Contents of first aid boxes shall be inspected and recorded in the First Aid Box Inspection Checklist. This should be done by;
v The HSE Manager or his designee, in case of COMPANY.
v An adequate number of First Aiders or appointed persons shall be available for each work shift.
v First Aiders shall receive their training through an approved agency as required by the local regulations for the time being in force. A copy of the qualification certificate shall be maintained by the HSE Manager or his designee.
v Names, photos and contact details of First Aiders shall be posted in offices and in prominent locations throughout the offices.
Records of all first aid treatment shall be maintained. Required details include the name of the treated person, date and time of accident, details of injury and treatment given and name of First Aider. The First Aid Log Form should be used for this purpose.
v First Aid Box Inspection Report : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-03
v First Aid Log : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-04
v First Aid Issuance Log : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-05
Appropriate signs shall be posted in all offices.
The warning signs that need to be posted shall cover the following, but not limited to;
v Direction Signs
v Prohibition signs
v First Aid
v Work on electrical equipment and systems shall be performed only by qualified persons. Qualified persons are those who have training in avoiding the electrical hazards of working on or near exposed, energized parts.
v Substitutes for fuses are prohibited.
v Extension cords are intended only for temporary use.
v Electrical cables shall be laid to prevent the risk of tripping hazards.
v Extension cords shall not be overloaded.
v Extension cords shall be of a three-wire grounded type, free of splices, and with individually fused and overload protected.
v Extension cords shall be the appropriate length. Cords shall not be connected to extend the length.
v Extension cords shall be protected from damage when in use.
v Lighting shall be installed as appropriate for the location.
v Portable lights and extension cords shall be kept in good repair. They shall be checked for damaged or worn insulation and cracked or broken protective globes.
v Stationary light fixtures that are low enough that they could be contacted during normal activities, either directly or by an item held by hand shall have protective covers or guards installed.
v Adequate emergency lighting shall be installed to permit safe evacuation from the office.
v Emergency exit signage shall be illuminated.
v Defective appliances, lines/cords, electrical equipment, etc. shall be taken out of service, isolated, and reported to a supervisor.
v Annual Potable Appliance Testing (PAT) shall be conducted and recorded.
v Electrical Equipment Register : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-31
Fire is a potential hazard in any office. The fire hazard in offices is predominantly due to electrical short circuits and poor housekeeping. HSE Manager or designee will develop, implement and maintain strict housekeeping practices as an integral part of daily activities.
General requirements include;
v Combustible and flammable waste must not be allowed to accumulate in any work area.
v Disregard to the fire safety by employees shall not be tolerated.
v No Smoking areas will be clearly identified and smoking in a prohibited area shall not be tolerated.
v Class "A "fires, Fires involving solid combustible materials of organic nature such as wood, paper, rubber, plastics, etc., where the cooling effect of water is essential for extinction of fires.
v Class "B" fires, Fires involving flammable liquids or liquefiable solids or the like where a blanketing effect is essential.
v Class "C" fires, Fires involving flammable gases under pressure including gases, where it is necessary to inhibit the burning gas at fast rate with an inert gas, powder or vaporizing liquid for extinguishment.
v Class "D" fires, Fires involving combustible metals, such as magnesium, aluminum, zinc, sodium, potassium, etc., when the burning metals are reactive to water and water containing agents and in certain cases carbon dioxide, halogenated hydrocarbons and ordinary dry powders. These fires require special media and techniques to extinguish.
12.3.1 Material Storage
v Materials will be stored in a manner so as not to obstruct access to fire protection equipment, control valves, fire doors, alarm devices or panels.
v A minimum clearance of 36 inches (91 cm) shall be maintained in all walkways leading to an exit.
v Materials shall not obstruct sprinkler heads. A minimum clearance of 18 inches (46 cm) will be maintained from sprinkler heads.
v Never overload shelving or store heavy items above head height except on load bearing purpose built racking.
12.3.2 Flammable and Combustible Liquids
v Flammable liquids (e.g., gasoline, acetone, denatured alcohol) will not be used for cleaning.
v Flammable liquids will be handled and used only in approved, properly labelled, safety cans.
v Flammable and combustible liquids will not be stored in areas used as exits, stairways, or passageways, and will not adversely affect a means of egress.
12.3.3 Electrical Equipment
v Electrical installation will be performed by a competent electrician and will conform to electrical codes.
v Flexible cables equipment including must be inspected regularly for damage.
v All electrical equipment must be isolated after working hours or when not in use.
Fire Prevention and fire precautions training will be given to and selected employees. The Training program will include;
v Checking portable fire extinguishers.
v Hazard recognition and risk potential.
v Inspection methods.
v Emergency fire procedures.
v Selection and use of portable fire extinguishers.
v Storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids.
v COMPANY shall have a Fire Safety Plan in place. To effectively handle the emergency arising out of fire, the following action shall be implemented.
v A fire safety coordinator shall be appointed who will take responsibility for the fire safety plan and its implementation.
v Placing of fire extinguishers, fire detection systems, fire alarms etc.
v Displaying of emergency plans at various locations within the offices clearly indicating the fire escape routes, communication procedures, evacuation plan, emergency lighting, establishing assembly / muster points and procedures to call the fire brigade.
v Conducting regular fire drills and training.
v Fire points will be conspicuously marked, and clear access to each will be maintained. Employees will be trained in the use of fire extinguishers.
v All fire points will be routinely inspected and deficient fire points/ extinguishers restocked / replaced. These inspections shall be recorded.
v Independent 3rd party inspections shall be conducted as per legislative requirements.
v Fire Extinguisher Checking Schedule : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-09
v Fire Extinguisher Inspection Checklist : EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-10
12.4.2 Means of Escape
v Escape routes shall be clearly identified and proper signage shall be in place to guide the exit route.
v HSE Manager or designee shall conduct regular inspection to ensure that escape routes are free from all obstructions.
v Employees are trained not to use lifts as a means of escape in case of fire.
Provision of emergency lighting shall be made, in the event of a failure of primary source of light to the extent practicable but are mandatory for staircases.
12.4.3 Guidelines for Fire Prevention
v Smoke only in designated area.
v Know the fire alarm signal and how to activate an alarm.
v Know the location of fire extinguishers and how to use them.
v HSE Manager will conduct a risk assessment and follow up with briefings with employees regarding manual handling.
v Work methods shall be implemented to eliminate, as far as is reasonably practicable, the need for employees to manually handle any heavy load.
v Storage areas must be designed to reduce risk to personnel from moving heavy loads and over-reaching.
v All back injuries will be promptly reported to the supervisor and thoroughly investigated. Appropriate action(s) will be instituted accordingly to prevent similar injuries in the future.
When manual lifting is anticipated, the following guidelines are provided to minimize the potential for back injuries.
13.2.1 Assess the Load
To assist all employees, it is essential to assess the load prior to attempting any manual handling task. The following questions should be considered;
v Are handhold points strategically placed to assist the best body position for the load, preventing excessive bending, stretching?
v Is the load weight evenly distributed?
v Is the load free of debris, dust, oil, etc.?
v Is the work / floor surface sound and free of obstructions (e.g., trip, fall hazards)?
v Are storage areas and routes identified and clearly marked?
v Does work area have sufficient lighting?
Once these basic questions have been considered, take appropriate steps to minimize the weight of the load by;
v Minimize the packaging of the load - make it smaller.
v Specify lower package weights to suppliers.
v Sort loads by category.
v Make it easier to grasp - assess handle, grip, indents on cartons, etc., to make lifting the load easier.
13.2.2 The Importance of Posture
Poor posture during manual handling introduces the additional risk of loss of control and sudden, spontaneous increase in physical stresses on the body, let alone the back. Stress on the back increases with;
v Twisting / Stooping
v Reaching upwards
v Excessive lifting and over-reaching
v Pushing and pulling
v Sudden movement or jerking of load
v Prolonged or frequent physical effort
v Insufficient rest periods/breaks
v Work rate governed by process system
v Handling while seated
Note: A combination of the above seriously increases the risk of back injury. Assessment of the load is always critical and using the correct posture is essential.
13.2.3 Training Requirements
Initial training to be presented to each employee will include an overview on back injury prevention, stretching, and correct lifting methods.
All employees will be properly trained regardless of job description, classification, and duties.
Back injury prevention will be continually emphasized to supplement initial training Topics that can be linked to manual material handling and back injury prevention include, but are not limited to, the following;
v Potential hazards (job or task specific).
v Unfamiliar handling operations.
v Proper use of handling aids (tools, equipment).
v The working environment and personnel safety.
v Factors affecting individual capabilities.
v Good handling techniques.
Lifting should be carried out in accordance with the following guidelines;
v If the load is awkward or beyond your capability, ask for help.
v Check all packaging and articles for sharp edges and projections before lifting.
v Ensure that there are no obstructions in your path before lifting any article.
v Ensure that you can see around a load when lifting it.
v Ensure that there is adequate room to put down a load when you have moved it.
v Always use your entire body weight in a controlled manner when pushing a load.
v For lifting heavy goods, trolleys may be used or any other equipment provided by the company.
Many chemical substances are potentially harmful, but can be used safely if the correct precautions are taken. If procuring hazardous chemicals, ensure that Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are obtained from the chemical supplier.
Material safety data sheet provides the information related to nature of material ( such as flammable, poisonous, corrosive etc.) safe handling methods, usage, storage conditions, precautions that need to be exercised, potential hazards and first aid instructions in the case accidental contact with the chemical.
Material safety data sheet must be available at the storage location and at the point of use.
While handling chemicals the following shall be followed;
v Read the label on the container.
v Wear the correct protective clothing when handling.
v Label the container that is filled with chemicals ( If container is unlabeled)
v Follow the MSDS instructions carefully when transferring chemicals from one vessel to another
v Know where the eye wash facilities are and know how to operate them.
v Chemicals that sublimes or vaporizes at room temperature must be stored in a well ventilated location.
v Don't store the chemicals in the open and in uncontrolled locations.
v Don't carry bottles of chemicals in the hand. Use suitable and safe carriers.
v Don't taste or allow unknown products come into contact with the skin.
List of such Hazardous chemicals shall be maintained by the inventory coordinator.
HSE Manager or his designee shall perform the inspections at the storage location and at the point of use for hazardous chemicals as appropriate and verify the availability of the material safety data sheet.
Occupational health and sanitation program at COMPANY is to be implemented in the following manner:
HSE Manager or his designee, HSE Supervisor and Safety Officers shall;
v Create awareness amongst the work force to help them identify health hazards, their adverse affects, control mechanisms and prevention measures that may and need to be implemented.
v Educate and train key personnel on the identification of potential physical, chemical, biological, and ergonomic hazards associated with their jobs and working environment.
v Actively promote occupational health through site notice boards.
v For all offices, sanitary conditions of the highest standards shall be maintained at the following locations;
Ø Canteen / mess area for employees and visitors
Ø Washing areas.
Ø Designated rest areas.
Ø Prayer Areas.
v Following shall be provided in the offices;
Ø HSE Information / notice board.
Ø Garbage containers with tight lid (kitchen and mess areas).
Ø Cleaning products (controlled access).
Ø Drinking water.
v Go slowly and look carefully for clear glass doors to avoid collision.
v Approach closed doors from the side away from the hinges. This shall enable you to step out of the way if someone comes through.
v Avoid overloading top drawers. This can cause the cabinet to fall on you.
v Close one drawer before opening another to avoid banging your head and to prevent the cabinet from tipping.
v Store sharp objects such as scissors, paper knife and pencils point down if in the desk top holder and near the front of the top draw where you have a clear view of them when retrieving.
v Keep frequently used items within easy reach.
v Store heavy or breakable items on lower shelves.
v Watch out for loose carpet.
v Wipe up all spills.
v Wear appropriate shoes.
v Pick up pencils, paper clips and other objects that may cause a slip.
v Keep your chair on the floor at all times. Tilting back in a chair often results in overbalancing.
v Check your chair for broken springs, loose screws and defective welds.
v Be sure footed if climbing. Use a step ladder not a chair.
v Beware of telephone and electrical leads lying across the floor. Catching your heel on a lead almost guarantees a fall.
v Do not store boxes etc. where people might trip.
v Keep corridors and walkways clear of obstruction.
v No smoking in offices.
16.3.1 Sitting Practices
v Rest your back against the backrest at all times.
v Sit close to your work.
v Keep your back in good alignment.
v Keep your head in line with your spine.
v Move your back, neck and shoulders at least every 10 minutes.
16.3.2 Work Surface
v Remove all clutter from under the work surface to allow free movement of legs and feet.
v Use a footrest to support the back and legs if your feet cannot rest flat on the floor or if there is pressure on the back of the legs.
16.3.3 Keyboard and Mouse
v Adjust the position of your keyboard to keep your wrist straight with elbows at 90 degrees.
v Place the keyboard and mouse within comfortable reach.
v Position the mouse next to the keyboard at the same height.
v Avoid resting your hands or wrists on the support during keying and mouse use.
v Use keystrokes as an alternative to mouse use whenever possible.
v Hold the mouse loosely with the palm and all fingers.
v Apply a light touch while clicking. Do not squeeze mouse or press buttons with excessive force.
16.3.4 Visual Display Units (VDU's)
v Minimize eye-strain caused by glare by adjusting screen angle, viewing distance or by adjusting blinds etc.
v Have eyes tested regularly.
v Adjust monitor brightness.
v Darker surroundings should have a darker screen and brighter surroundings should have a lighter background.
v Use an anti-glare screen to reduce glare.
v To avoid confusion, use only four to seven colours.
v Avoid colour contrasts such as red and blue as your eyes will tire quickly.
v Avoid blue for small numbers or letters, as the eye has difficulty focusing on this colour.
v Clean screen at least once per week.
v Change the focus from your screen periodically to minimize eye discomfort.
v Use a headset if you frequently use the phone (for long and/or frequent calls).
v Hold the telephone with one hand, do not cradle it between your ear and shoulder if you do not use a headset.
v Repairs shall only be undertaken by qualified persons.
v Learn how to operate machines safely before use.
v Be alert for electrical hazards such as frayed or bar wires, overloaded outlets or improper grounded wires.
v Unplug any machine that overheats, smokes, sparks or causes shocks, and report the problem.
These plans shall be created to minimize the impact of emergency events on visitors, employees, members of the public, interested parties and environment.
To ensure that their Emergency and Fire response plans are suitable and sufficient, due consideration shall be paid to the following:
v Plans should be indexed - sections and page references
v Definition of Emergency situations covered by plan, such as;
v Fire and explosion.
v Personal injury / illness.
v Structural damage.
v Environmental emergencies.
v Failure of Utilities.
v Natural disaster.
v Bomb threat.
v Civil unrest.
v Emergency services;
v Method of contact.
v Access routes.
v Continuous liaison to include drill participation as required.
v Office Provisions such as;
v Fire Fighting.
v Fire Detection.
v Fire prevention.
v Fire escape plans.
v First Aid.
v Evacuation procedures.
v Emergency signage / lighting.
v Definition and nomination of Emergency response team.
v Duties & Responsibilities of Defined Response team and office personnel.
v Review periods for Emergency and Fire Response Plans.
v Required Appendixes
v Fire point checklist.
v Contact Detail lists.
v Fire point plans.
v Escape route plans.
v Practice drills - schedule / scope etc.
Once approved, all COMPANY staff shall comply with the requirements of the Emergency and Fire Response Plans and drills.
During the monthly HSE meeting, the HSE teams of COMPANY and all other stakeholders shall be present.
The main points of discussion will include;
v HSE matters arising.
v Accidents, incidents and near misses, including lessons learned.
v HSE messages and campaigns.
v Forthcoming activities and anticipated concerns.
v Feedback from personnel.
v Follow-up on HSE actions items.
v Actions from previous meeting.
v Results of safety inspections and monitoring.
19 HSE Training
All personnel will be required to attend a HSE induction carried out by a company representative prior to commencing work.
The following subjects shall be covered within HSE inductions;
v HSE Policy
v Emergency procedures
v First aid facilities
v Fire prevention and suppression
v Welfare facilities
v Incident reporting
v Drug and alcohol policy
v Office rules and procedures
v Manual handling
v Electrical equipment
v Office Security
v Environmental issues
The HSE manager shall conduct risk assessments for Office activities and determine the needs for specific HSE training for all office employees of RIXMIA APARTMENTS. Formal HSE training may be arranged via a 3rd party in line with legislative requirements eg: First Aid
A register of HSE training shall be maintained by the HSE manager at the office.
v COMPANY HSE Manager or designee will conduct monthly inspections and record the findings of the same on the approved checklist.
v COMPANY HSE Manager or designee will conduct periodic HSE audits of the office using the approved COMPANY audit procedure at least once in 6 months.
v COMPANY Audit Procedure : EXAMPLE ONLY-PROC-1
v COMPANY Audit Schedule Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-22
v COMPANY Audit Notification Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-23
v COMPANY Audit Attendance Register: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-24
v COMPANY Audit Checklist: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-25
v COMPANY Audit Report Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-26
v COMPANY NCR Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-27
v COMPANY NCR Register: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-28
v COMPANY Office Inspection Checklist: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-33
All incidents shall be reported immediately to the HSE manager or designee and be recorded.
These incidents may include;
v Lost time accidents
v Recordable work injuries
v Vehicle accidents
v Equipment failure
v Security violations
v Near misses and other recordable incidents
v Unsafe or hazardous situations
All such incidents shall be investigated, the primary objective of which is to determine root causes and to develop measures to prevent recurrence. The findings of these investigations will be discussed during the periodic safety meeting.
All employees shall comply with the approved COMPANY accident / incident notification procedure
v COMPANY Accident Notification Procedure: EXAMPLE ONLY-PROC-02
v COMPANY Incident Notification Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-29
v COMPANY Incident Investigation Form: EXAMPLE ONLY-H&S-30
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