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1 Rev. No. Prepared By Reviewed Approved Date Description/Change effected 01 OPs Paul MONK Paul MONK 29/04/16 Initial Document Issue 02 OPs Paul MONK Paul MONK 04/05/16 Document Edits No part of this document may be reproduced by any means or in any form without the express permission in writing of LPC.

2 TABLE OF CONTENT 1 PURPOSE OVERVIEW ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES HOW TO APPLY THE MINIMUM PPE REQUIREMENETS REFERENCES APPENDIX Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 2 of 21

3 1 PURPOSE The purpose of this document is to provide Port Users with the minimum PPE requirements when working at Lyttelton Port or one of LPC s operational facilities. 2 OVERVIEW Wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is a condition of entry to Lyttelton Port Company s operational facilities. PPE might not prevent accidents, but may prevent/reduce the severity of the potential injury. All safety equipment must meet AS/NZS standards or be MNZ approved, must be a good and comfortable fit and maintained in good condition. 3 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The PPE roles and responsibilities are provided in detail below ROLE Employees RESPONSIBILITY Look after your PPE and request renewal if PPE is damaged, out of date or becomes defective (e.g. cracks in ear muffs or hard hat, out of date PPE, scratches on safety glasses) Wear PPE as directed by LPC and where appropriate Managers / Supervisors Ensure that all personal protective clothing and equipment in your area is adequately maintained. Ensure your staff has access to the necessary PPE and use it appropriately. Provide approval for replacement of: Climbing style helmets Life saving apparatus (LSA) Fall arrest Leg coverings (chaps) Store Men Record issues and re-issues of PPE on each employee s record. Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 3 of 21

4 4 HOW TO APPLY THE MINIMUM PPE REQUIREMENETS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS The minimum requirements outlined below under the green heading apply to all LPC staff, visitors, contractors and port users who enter the port. Note: Any departure from these minimum requirements need a documented and approved, task specific Risk Assessment justifying the exemption. These PPE standards also detail additional equirements when staff are working in particular areas (orange headings) or undertaking specific tasks that have addtional risk. (blue headings) AREA SPECIFIC MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS These minimum requirements apply to specific areas of work within LPC. They need to be followed by staff and anyone else visiting or working in the particular area. TASK SPECIFIC MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS These minmum requirements apply to the listed tasks, irrespective of the area in which they are performed. Task Specific per area These requirements apply to tasks performed within the respective area. NOTE: Log Yard and Oil Wharf - These areas have particular requirements for PPE. These apply on top of the minimum requirements and must be followed at all times. They are indicated by signs and notices in the area. If in doubt, check with your supervisor. Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 4 of 21

5 Hi-Viz vests, jackets or attachments* Must be worn within all LPC controlled environments Closed-toe footwear Sunscreen on exposed skin Wear appropriate clothing in wet and cold weather Must be worn within all LPC controlled environments Recommendation: When working outside during daylight hours, protect yourself from the ultra violet rays of the sun. Apply sunscreen to exposed skin to protect it. The sunscreen should be of a high SPF rating (at least SPF15) and should be used and reapplied as per instructions on the bottle. Use sunglasses for eye Recommendation: In bad weather, use appropriate wet and cold weather clothing. Jackets, gumboots, etc. Ensure hard hat is adjusted properly when wearing a beanie under it. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Applies to all staff, contractors, Port users and visitors Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 5 of 21

6 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Torso Protection Additional PPE Working with hazardous liquids (fuel, additives, solvents etc.) Working at heights Where these is a danger of falling into the sea or being washed overboard Safety goggles/face shield Face mask Climbing style helmet, or welding style helmet if welding at heights NOTE: Exception when working in a cage Protective gloves (approved type for solvents) Line handling Hard hat Protective gloves Work carried out near loads Chainsaw operations Welding Safety goggles/ face shield Safety goggles/ Welding mask Hard Hat Long sleeved overalls Air purifying respirator when using solvents and spray paints Fall arrest (harness) Approved life jacket (150N, automatic with harness) Protective gloves Grade 4 ear muffs Chaps Protective gloves Grade 4 earmuffs Welding jacket Knee pads/ shin pads TASK SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS *An additional reflective vest must be worn over bib and brace overalls ** Approved Life jacket must meet New Zealand Standard NZS 5823:1999, NZ S5823:2001, or NZS 5823:2005. Leg straps need to be fastened at all times when wearing the LSA. Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 6 of 21

7 Robust footwear with non slip soles Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Torso Protection Working in vessel engine room with engine running Grade 5 hearing Long sleeved overalls Mooring & unmooring vessels (lines) Hard hat Protective gloves Long sleeved overalls Approved life-jacket Dry Dock (floor) Pilot operations Hard hat Hard hat required when in specific areas Uniform: long pants / shorts and shirt Uniform jacket with inflatable capacity. Tug: On Deck Hard hat Approved life-jacket MARINE Pilot Launch: On Deck Approved life-jacket Launch maintenance (survey) Safety goggles Protective gloves Grade 2 hearing Refuelling boat Safety goggles Protective gloves Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 7 of 21

8 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Torso Protection Water blasting Safety goggles Protective gloves Grade 2 hearing Hand operated Tools / Mechanical appliances Equipment tests Safety goggles Safety goggles / face shield as appropriate Protective gloves Protective gloves Grade 2 hearing Grade 2 hearing Knee pads. Dust mask for grinding/chipping. Line supervision Protective gloves Overalls Approved life-jacket. MARINE Security Uniform: long pants / shorts and shirt Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 8 of 21

9 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection ALL WORKSHOP Steel capped shoes Barrier cream Working at the Quarry Hard hat Coal receiver hopper Safety goggles Hard hat Grinding / chipping / sanding Safety goggles Leather gloves Working with compressed air Safety goggles Leather gloves Blowing/cutting with Oxy/acetylene Safety goggles Leather gloves Working with cold steel Working on all EWPs Protective gloves Grade 4 hearing Grade 4 hearing Grade 4 hearing Grade 4 hearing Grade 4 hearing Respirator when grinding galvanised steel Dust mask Harness and fall arrest/restraint systems WORKSHOP, MAINTENANCE, CIVIL MAINTENANCE Lathe work Safety goggles and or face shield Grade 4 hearing Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 9 of 21

10 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Additional PPE Working on H/V Circuits Switching extra H/V Working with batteries Face shield with neck protector Safety shield Safety goggles Certified rubber gauntlets Certified rubber gauntlets Working with sewage Full face mask Protective gloves Overalls Working in Punts Hard hat Grade 4 hearing Approved life-jacket (150N, automatic, with harness) WORKSHOP, MAINTENANCE, CIVIL MAINTENANCE Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 10 of 21

11 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Torso Protection CONTAINER YARD Ship side and wharf side operations When walking to or from Container and RTG Cranes Straddle driving Terminal yard operating area Cleaning out the pits Safety goggles Hard hat Hard hat Hard hat Hard hat Steel capped shoes WHEN WORKING in the container yard (not required for moving around the terminal) Protective gloves Protective gloves Overalls WHEN WORKING in the container yard, (not required for observing operations) Overalls Clothing that prevents skin contact with seat base and seat back CONTAINER TERMINAL Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 11 of 21

12 Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Torso Protection Additional PPE Steam clean bay / Container wash Safety goggles Grade 3 hearing Overalls Straddle wash Safety goggles Grade 2 hearing Overalls Mooring and unmooring lines Hard hat Protective gloves Long sleeved Overalls Approved lifejacket TERMINAL Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 12 of 21

13 Steel capped shoes Personal Protective Equipment Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Coal clean Safety Goggles Hatch men Safety Goggles Hard Hat COAL Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 13 of 21

14 Additional PPE Eye Protection Head Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Hearing Protection Surveying containers Safety goggles Climbing style helmet Protective gloves Grade 5 hearing Torch Container Wash Safety goggles Water resistant gloves Grade 5 hearing Steel capped shoes Chipping / Sanding Safety goggles when working Leather gloves Earmuffs Grinding Safety goggles Torch Coverall suit when dealing with chemicals in the container Respirator when grinding galvanised steel Working with compressed air Safety goggles Leather gloves Earmuffs / Ear plugs Dust mask INLAND PORTS Painting containers Safety goggles / face mask Protective gloves Grade 5 hearing Overalls Respirator Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 14 of 21

15 5 REFERENCES DOCUMENT ID. DOCUMENT TITLE AS/NZ Standards Approved Life Jackets NZ S5823:1999, NZ S5823:2001, NZ S 5823:2005 Standard Issue Hard Hat: AS 1801:1997 Standard Issue Hearing Protection (24DBA Class 4) AS/NZS 1720 Standard Issue Eye Protection: AS/NZS Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 15 of 21

16 6 APPENDIX DOCUMENT ID. LPC-OPs-PPE-001 DOCUMENT TITLE Appendix 1: Terminal - PPE Visual Examples Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 16 of 21

17 APPENDIX 1: Terminal - PPE Visual Examples Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 17 of 21

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20 Terminal - PPE Visual Examples Doc. ID: LPC-OPS-PPE-001 Rev No : 2 Date Issued: 4/05/2016 Date Printed: 4/05/2016 Page 20 of 21

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