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HEALTH SAFETY SECURITY & ENVIRONMENT POLICY

HPO Corp. is committed to the safe and efficient operation of its facilities. Our goal is to prevent any accident, injury and occupational disease and protect the environment. To make it:

    1. We promote Health, Safety Security and Environment (HSSE) responsibility  in all companies and manage these issues in the same way as any other critical business activity.
    2. We comply with all laws and regulations and apply appropriate where there is no legislation standards.
    3. We have a strong HSSE Management System, in which competencies, responsibilities and communication channels are clearly defined.
    4. We provide a safe and healthy workplace for all employees and contractors with adequate facilities and proper protective equipment.
    5. We identify and analyze potential risks and threats to security and implement measures to avoid, prevent, control and restrict the associated risks.
    6. We are ready for a quick and efficient response to emergency situations so as to minimize the potential impact for incidents should they occur.
    7. We design, build and maintain the facilities, we use services  to avoid risks to people and the environment.
    8. We provide specific training and education to all employees at work, supported by the rules, instructions and procedures.
    9. We use energy and natural resources efficiently, we prevent pollution and raise employee awareness so as to minimize adverse impacts on the environment.
    10. We set goals and use models as a benchmark for our performance, in order to achieve continuous improvement and ensure compliance with all applicable standards.

 

The Board of Directors supports the implementation of this policy as clear and rigorous as it is. We also expect the support of all employees, contractors and others who work for us, to achieve an excellent HSSE performance solid enough to provide confidence to our customers, neighbors and community.

 

ANNUAL SAFETY AND HEALTH REPORT AT WORK


Lima, March 7, 2015


Semiannual report on the activities undertaken during the period 2014 - 2015, concerning the implementation of the Management System Occupational Safety and Health, according to the provisions of the Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law 29783 (hereinafter LSST ) and its Regulations - DS. No. 005-2012-TR (hereinafter RLSST) and the baseline report as follows.

 

 I. LEGAL FRAMEWORK:

 1. Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law No. 29783
 2. Regulation of the Law on Safety and Health at Work - DS. No. 005-2012-TR
 3. Amending the Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law No. 30222
 4. Regulations Amending the law Safety and Health at Work - DS No. 006-2014-TR

 

 II GENERAL:

 According to the provisions of Article 40 ° of the LSST, it is necessary that the Management System Safety and Health at Work is subject to periodic assessments to measure their results in this way to achieve continuous improvement. This report monitors progress regarding the implementation of the Management System Safety and Health at Work in the company in this last semester.

 

 III SOURCES OF INFORMATION

 In preparing this report we have used the following information:
 1. Physical and electronic records of activities during the semester Implementation of Safety Management System and Health at Work.
 2. Documentation Management System Safety and Health at Work.

 

 IV.- ANALYSIS

 With the information that has been obtained from both physical records and                                                                      electronic records, it was possible to determine the following:

 

 

1. ELECTION SUPERVISOR SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK

One of the main activities developed by the working group during the first six months of implementation was aimed to establish an electoral process in order to choose a Safety and Health at Work Supervisor in accordance with the guidelines established by the LSST and RLSST. Through this electoral process, Safety and Health at Work supervisors (and alternate)  were chosen for the period August 2014 - August 2016 for the following companies HPO group.
 
• Station Herco Services
• Herco Combustibles
• Solair
• Heaven Petroleum
• Bio Agro
• South Heaven
• Zenyatta


Legal basis: Art. 30 of the Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law 29783

2. POLICY HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK

During the first six months of the Safety and Health at Work Management System implementation a Security and Health at Work Policy was developed, taking into account the following guidelines established by Law:


a) To be specific to the organization and appropriate to its size and nature of its activities.
b) To be concise, clearly written, dated and made effective by the signature or endorsement of the employer or senior representative with the highest responsibility in the organization.
c) To be communicated and readily accessible to all people in the workplace.
d) To be regularly updated and made available to external stakeholders, as appropriate.


Legal basis: Article 22 of Law 29783; paragraph a) of Article 32 of the DS. 005-2012-TR - REGULATION.

3. IPER - HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT

To date, the Safety Engineer has gathered information from work activities carried out at the premises of the company, which enabled Him to determine the risks associated with them, so that on that basis the necessary strategies for control or elimination of risk can be taken.
 
Legal basis: subsection c) of Article 32 of the DS. 005-2012-TR - REGULATION.

4. PLANNING PREVENTIVE ACTIVITY

During the year of implementation of the management system, various activities destined to disease prevention purposes and elimination of risks in the workplace were developed; these tasks have been classified as follows:
 
A. ACTIVITIES FOR DISEASE PREVENTION

  • Vaccination campaigns: Medical vaccination campaigns against tetanus, hepatitis B and influenza were held In October and December at the premises of the company; it should be noted that such events did not meant an expense for the company or the employee since the Maternal and Child Health Center Lurin provided free vaccines and technical personnel to supply them. It is also necessary to indicate that the support of Lurin Health Center to carry out the second and third vaccination campaign against tetanus and hepatitis B, in order to complete the required doses for immunization; it was planned to carry out such activity in April 2015 was requested again and properly received.
    • Food service Inspection: On December 24, 2014, an inspection was carried out in the company´s dining room, to determine if such area met the basic sanitary conditions for the development of their activities.
    • The kitchen area inspection was given a score of 61%.
     
    Legal basis: paragraph e) of Article 32 of the DS. 005-2012-TR - REGULATION

5. PROGRAM ANNUAL SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK

An annual Program for Safety and Health at Work was developed, proposed to the Management and Work Supervisor and further adopted; in order to organize and plan monthly activities during the year. Legal basis: paragraph f) of Article 32 of the DS. 005-2012-TR.

6. RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANDATORY SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK

Mandatory records for Safety and Health at Work Management System were implemented. Those documents record all activities during the year referred to the Management System Safety and Health at Work, which include training incidents, accidents and, provision of personal protective equipment; among others.


Legal basis: Article 28 of Law 29783

7. TRAINING

The training was performed by Occupational Physician Jim Llenque and addressed to company employees, during this activity a practical recognition of first aid kits and related tools took place according to technical specifications established by the G050.

A practice known as cardiopulmonary resuscitation named CPR was also performed, it should be noted that the proper use of this technique can help maintain the life of an injured person until the arrival of paramedics.

• First Aid
• Fire Fight
• Earthquakes

Company workers participated actively in practicing resuscitation techniques taught by the occupational physician, simulating accidents in order to evaluate their performance in emergency cases, good results related to workers performance were achieved.

Legal basis: subsection b) of Article 35 of the Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law 29783.

8. PROCEDURES AND PROTOCOLS

06 procedures and protocols have been developed and implemented, and have been made available to the company for its full implementation, it should be noted that these procedures and protocols once released will guide all personnel specific acts to any type of situation.

The procedures that have been incorporated into Management System Safety and Health at Work, are:
• Occupational medical examinations
• Respiratory protection
• Response to medical emergencies in the work area
• Investigation of occupational diseases
• Emergency
• Procedure for risk management for pregnants
• Manual for use kits

Legal basis: Article 47 of the Law on Safety and Health at Work - Law 29783.