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GLI & BMS SAFETY DEPARTEMENT

SECTION 3.0.2
Core Drilling Inspection Check List Core Drilling Hazard Inspection Check List
Project Name : __________________ Project Manager: __________________ Drill Rig number: __________________

Drill Supervisor : __________________ Date : __________________

Hazard checklists are only guides or prompt to identify hazards in all Facility Management work areas. The safety points are only to help look for typical safety hazards or safety system activities. Not every statement or prompt must be addressed in every inspection but any hazards or unsafe behaviour observed during the process should be recorded and dealt with in a timely way. The hazard inspection process uses the Core safety checklist, The Core safety checklist is applicable to all workplaces. Inspection Procedure 1. Any issues that arent relevant to the area should be marked as Not Applicable (NA) in the checkbox next to the safety criteria heading. 2. Inspections should be done by the supervisor for the area with the Health and Safety Rep (HSR) or another local staff member. 3. At the end of inspection, the supervisor and HSR reviews all non compliant or other safety issues identified. 4. Decide what new or modified risk control actions are required and their priority. 5. If unable to resolve the problem at local levels, the matter must be referred to the next level of management. 6. The inspection report must be signed off by the project manager, who will ensure responsibility for corrective action is allocated and given a reasonable period to remedy.

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INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Core safety A. ORGANIZATION & PLANNING
1. Are all personnel fit and well to carry out their required duties? 2. Is there a EHS policy on site? 3. Is it known and understood by all (ask)? 4. Has a responsible person been formally appointed to report an accident (e.g. the driller)? 5. Are SOPs written, understood by all and complied with? 6. Emergency evacuation plan &/or procedures 7. Is the geologist on site? 8. Has the site geologist, in conjunction with the driller, identified possible risks and agreed to all precautions taken? OK Not OK

Details / Observations

Action to be taken

How does H & S information get to staff?

B. PERSONAL SAFETY
1. Safety Helmet worn (inside the drill rig operating area) 2. Safety Boots (inside the drill rig operating area) 3. Safety Gloves worn (inside the drill rig operating area) 4. Hearing Protection worn for required tasks. 5. Safety Glasses worn for required tasks. 6. Dust masks worn for required tasks. 7. Long hair restrained 8. No jewellery worn 9. Work Clothing in good order and to regulatory standard 10. Are appropriate graphic signs posted at the rig indicating the P.P.E. required?

OK

Not OK

PPE available, in good order and worn correctly when required.

C. DRILL SITE & ACCSESS


1. Were access routes pre-planned? 2. Is access to the drilling work area restricted by barrier tape or fencing? 3. Is the site level and Drill Site clear & clean of slipping/tripping hazards? 4. Is the site safe from landslides, flooding, ground subsidence etc? 5. Materials are stacked correctly to prevent objects falling. 6. Fuel storage tanks appropriate, and other flammable material labelled and stored to ensure no potential spillage and away from working equipment preferably in a cleared area 7. Is there evidence of fuel or oil leaks? 8. Drilling chemicals appropriately stored
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INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Core safety
away from drill rig. 9. Lighting adequate for night shift to safely operate

Details / Observations

Action to be taken

D. SAFETY EQUIPMENT
1. 2. Fire extinguishers of the correct type Fire extinguishers has location marker clearly displayed & access to fire extinguishers is clear Are personnel trained in the emergency procedures including fire fighting? Manual handling, using correct procedures? First Aid Kits -adequate, complete, clean, labeled and accessible, location know to all crew. Is there a competent first aider on site at all times?

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E. ENVIRONTMENT & WASTE MANAGEMENT


1. 2. 3. Drill sumps sufficient for expected water inflows from the drill hole. Rubbish is adequately stored Proper drilling samples storage, handling and transportation to camp

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