Safety Policy

Injury and Illness Prevention Plan For Resources2 Energy, LLC: Reviewed July 2018

This Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) applies to all Resource2 Energy (R2E) projects within the United States. The contents of this Plan include the following sections:

1. Management Commitment and Assignment of Responsibilities

Commitment: R2E is fully committed to the safety of our employees. Our objective is to become recognized as a leader providing a safe and healthy workplace. Safety performance and compliance are an integral part of how we conduct our business. Consequently, our safety initiatives are designed to reflect our commitment to incident free operations and support our philosophy of Safety First. This philosophy include the following principles:

Assignment of Responsibilities

2. System for Compliance Assurance

R2E will ensure that all employees comply with safe and healthful work practices. Processes to ensure compliance include:

3. Safety Communications

Effective safety communications are a critical component of our safety management processes. R2E’s communication systems include:

4. Hazard Identification/Assessment

R2E has procedures in place to identify and evaluate work place hazards. These include regularly scheduled inspections, audits, and evaluations. All of these procedures are designed to mitigate/eliminate workplace hazards. Included are:

5. Hazard Correction

Once an unsafe condition(s) or work practice(s) has been identified and evaluated, they shall be eliminated in a timely manner. The way in which the hazards are eliminated shall be based on the severity of the situation. In all cases, the situation shall be dealt with in an appropriate manner by the person who first observes it, through the following methods:

Whenever a newly discovered or previously unrecognized hazard is identified, it is the responsibility of the first line supervisor to arrange for an inspection and hazard assessment by the R2E Project Manager.

Whenever possible, it is the company’s intention to abate immediately any hazard which is in imminent danger. When such a hazard exists, which cannot be abated immediately without endangering employees, all exposed employees will be removed from the area of potential exposure except those with the necessary safeguards and PPE. In situations which it is not possible for employees to correct the hazard, without placing themselves in danger, outside experts trained in abatement of the particular hazard will be hired to correct the condition as soon as possible.

6. Accident Investigation

All work related incidents (e.g. injury, illness, vehicle, property damage, spills, third party, etc.) shall be investigated using the appropriate level of accident investigation technique. Minor incidents and near misses, as well as significant near misses, shall also be investigated.

The investigation process involves the following components:

7. Training

R2E considers safety and health training to be a critical aspect of safety management concerning all projects. To that extent, multiple training venues exist to facilitate effective learning and develop the skills necessary to work safely on all locations.

Those training mechanisms encompass:

8. Record Keeping

Record keeping and documentation processes are managed at a corporate level. Records are maintained on computer database and/or hard files. Legally required records are retained for a minimum of three years.

Examples of the records maintained include: