Shell Exploration & Production Company
                  3601 C Street, Suite 1000
                  Anchorage, AK 99503

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Pre-Travel Preparation - All Travelers
All Travelers are responsible to ensure they are prepared for Alaska Venture
busine...
During the winter months, slip-on cleats for traction on ice are available
through the HSSE group. Arctic gear is availabl...
Ground Transport
Shell staff shall follow the ground transport requirements and procedures
defined in the Shell Driving an...
Offsite conversation
All personnel must refrain from discussing operations details with personnel
not directly related to ...
Substance Abuse
The use, possession, manufacture, distribution, dispensing, transportation,
promotion for sale of illegal ...
Any employee who uses, sells, possesses, stores, displays or transports a
weapon on Company premises or while on Company b...
Threatened or actual violent acts against any individual while on Company
premises or Company business are prohibited. “Co...
All acts of violence or threats of violence will be thoroughly investigated and
confidentiality will be maintained to the ...
•   In consultation with AK HSSE, determines the need for a Designated
      First Aider (DFA) for the trip and confirms t...
•   Notifies at least one member of the Group of special medical needs or
      concerns
  •   Provides any material prese...
Kulluk Drill Rig      OIM:                  •   Immediately      Yes, at location
713-8448270/8271      (authorization    ...
The Driver or other designee will:
  • Have current certification/license for the type of Vehicles to be used.
  • Inform ...
•   Arctic climate gear check out form


References and Companion Documents
Additional ground transport-related documentat...
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A more detail about Journey Management Plan.

It more comprehensive compare with the document which myself prerare for Shell Gumusut project. Good reference for you to review.

However, youn include the map which highligted potential road hazards along the specific rroad journey to certain destination...

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  1. 1. Shell Exploration & Production Company 3601 C Street, Suite 1000 Anchorage, AK 99503 Alaska Venture Journey Management Requirements September 22, 2009 Application: The Alaska Venture Journey Management Plan (AK JMP) applies to all Shell employees and contractors traveling on behalf of the Alaska Venture when in Alaska and beyond Edmonton, CAN. The AK JMP covers all travelers (individuals, groups, work crews), travel modes (commercial/charter air, road transport via personal/rental/commercial vehicle) and reasons (temporary visits, work assignments). This plan augments the EPW Journey Management Requirements referenced in HSE0073 Driving and Road Transport and does not supercede them. The AK JMP is available via the Alaska Journey Management Group (AK JM Group). Pre-travel preparation: Be sure you are prepared before you travel for the Alaska Venture. This may include: • Taking required training; • Having specific credentials and proper PPE; • Being aware of potential hazards and health considerations; • Knowing location and security requirements; and • Understanding group travel by air or ground transport requirements. Process (for travel beyond Anchorage or Edmonton): Step 1: Your travel arranger(1) notifies the AK JM Group by e-mail(2) at least 10 days prior to travel. The e-mail must include traveler name and a general trip explanation. Step 2: The AK JM Group assesses your travel needs and requests the information needed to arrange it. Step 3: Your travel arranger(1) provides the necessary information. Step 4: The AK JM Group logs your personal information into the journey management system, verifies your training status, books your air travel in Alaska beyond Anchorage or in Canada travel beyond Edmonton, and sends your confirmation/itinerary. Step 5: Your travel arranger(1) books your air travel to Anchorage or Edmonton according to your corporate travel policy, and all hotel and ground transport required during the trip. Assistance: For all questions, comments and/or suggestions, contact the AK JMG anytime at 907-771-7233 (SAFE). Your feedback by phone call or e-mail following you travel will be greatly appreciated and help improve the process. (1) You, your Group Trip Coordinator or company travel scheduler. (2) AK JM Group e-mail: ‘GXEPWAKTravelNotification@shell.com’ (or ‘GX EPW AK Travel Notification’ in Shell’s MS Outlook Global Address List). 1
  2. 2. Pre-Travel Preparation - All Travelers All Travelers are responsible to ensure they are prepared for Alaska Venture business travel. Pre-travel preparation encompasses the following: Training Requirements Travel training requirements are determined by Shell and stipulations of our Alaska leases. Check with your supervisor before travel to ensure you have received the required training as defined in the Alaska Venture Training Matrix, available through your Shell contact or the Shell Alaska HSSE group. Persons with Shell internal accounts can determine required training (after completing their profile with the Profile Management Tool through Shell Open University. (Note: If you are a Shell employee, Shell Open University will automatically recognize you upon log-in. However, if you are a core contractor, you will have to go through a one-time registration prior to being automatically recognized.) The Alaska Journey Management Group will validate these training requirements have been met prior to your trip. In the event it is necessary to transport personnel without required training, the Shell variance process and form will be used to demonstrate the means of managing the risks, how training will be completed (or equivalent courses used) and management’s approval. Credentials for Travel Required credentials are defined by the destination and role while at the work location. Any credentials used must be valid. Government identification (i.e., a valid driver’s license or passport) is mandatory. Other credentials including Transportation Worker Identification Cards (TWIC) and location-specific badges may be required. A Business Visitor Admission Request may be required for US Citizens traveling into Canada. Confirm with the AK JM Focal Point. Check with your supervisor before you travel to ensure you have the proper credentials for your destination. Potential Hazards Numerous hazards have been identified for Alaska Venture Travel as described below. These hazards and mitigations are described in the following link. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements Travelers shall understand the PPE requirements for travel. This information is available through your company HSSE group. Each Traveler shall either acquire and carry the required PPE during travel or make arrangements to acquire PPE prior to or upon arrival at the destination. The Traveler shall understand how to use and don the PPE. 2
  3. 3. During the winter months, slip-on cleats for traction on ice are available through the HSSE group. Arctic gear is available for loan through the local HSSE group (tania.ramos@shell.com) or purchase through a local vendor. Use the following list to arrange arctic gear loans: • Arctic climate gear check out form Facility/Location Orientation Orientations have been developed for certain Alaska Venture destinations (link). These contain Facility/Location-specific requirements and other safety/security information. These will be provided by the AK JM Focal Point, accessible through the Shell intranet or made available upon arrival at the Facility/Location. Where applicable, this will describe the Facility/Location check in and check out procedures. Security Requirements Each Facility/Location has established site security requirements that will be included in the site orientation. The general security rules are described in the following link. Travel Health Requirements Consult your company’s health services to determine what health requirements apply. These include, but are not limited to, ‘Frequent Business Travel’, Fitness to Work’ and recommended vaccinations. Alaska Venture Hazards Numerous hazards have been identified for Alaska Venture Travel as described below. Extreme Weather Travelers should obtain a weather forecast prior to traveling and pack the appropriate clothing. All Travelers must take particular care when traveling in inclement weather and refrain, to the extent possible, from venturing into poor weather. Be aware of ice and/or snow falling overhead and of slips/trip/falls when walking on ice, snow, or other inclement surfaces. Always hold the handrail when using stairs. Additional information is available in the Alaska Venture Standard for cold climate work and by request to the AK JM Group or Alaska Venture HSSE staff. Air Travel Shell staff shall use Shell approved commercial or charter aircraft. Shell Aircraft International provides a number of standards and guidelines for aircraft and air travel. The standards and guidelines can be found using the following link to the Shell-wide web: SAI Standards and Guidelines 3
  4. 4. Ground Transport Shell staff shall follow the ground transport requirements and procedures defined in the Shell Driving and Road Transport standard (HSE0073). Driver Roles and Responsibilities and vehicle inspection information are provided at this link. General Safety When traveling with more than piece of baggage or with a heavy baggage item, Trip Leaders should make arrangements for additional help at the airports, hotels, etc. to carry the baggage. Travelers should not risk personal injury when carrying heavy loads. For the personal safety of all Shell employees, employees must have one hand available for holding onto handrails. Wildlife Encounters with wildlife are possible everywhere with the Alaska Venture area. These include moose (all year) and bear (except in the winter). Arctic foxes occur throughout the northern areas of the Alaska Venture operating area. They commonly carry rabies and should be avoided at all times. Geologic Earthquakes: Southern Alaska (Anchorage, Seward, Dutch Harbor, Kenai) may experience some of the most intense earthquakes in the world. The safest place in a building is at the “building core” (typically, the elevator waiting area). Do not leave a building until directed to do so. In the event of an earthquake: • Stop what you are doing • Drop to floor for stability • Hold on to fixed object Volcanoes: Volcanoes occur throughout the southwestern region of Alaska. In the event of a volcanic eruption in your vicinity, do not leave a building until directed to do so. Alaska Venture Security Requirements Personal or company equipment Individuals shall be responsible for their own equipment and held accountable for controlling the actions of their employees while on-board. Shell is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. Cameras on facilities Cameras or use of cell phone cameras are not permitted on location without prior approval of the Shell Representative. Unauthorized individuals Contractors shall not bring unauthorized individuals (i.e. friends, relatives or observers) onto the vessel. 4
  5. 5. Offsite conversation All personnel must refrain from discussing operations details with personnel not directly related to operations. Third-party activist and media interactions In the event anyone is involved with or approached by 3rd party activists or media, do not engage or interact. Notify your supervisor immediately. Prohibited Items • Contraband, such as illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, otherwise legal but illicitly used substances, prescribed or over-the-counter drugs not being used for their intended or authorized purpose, and alcoholic beverages. • Prescription medication NOT in original, marked container. (NOTE: Prescription medication must be in its original container and be clearly marked with both the name of the medication and the name of the individual to whom it is prescribed. Prescriptions NOT issued in the name of the Traveler is prohibited.) • Explosives or fireworks. • Weapons (see ‘Weapons Policy’ below): except when deemed as ‘tools of trade’ by the Shell Representative on site (see ‘Items That Must Be Declared’ below). • Pornography. • Other items deemed inappropriate by the Shell Representative on site. Items That Must Be Declared • Cigarette lighters. • Wet cell batteries. • Cutting or chopping tools, including knives that are ‘tools of trade’ (i.e. chefs’ knives, box cutters, etc.). • Fragile items and computers. • Local Facility/Location conditions may warrant other items be deemed inappropriate. If in doubt, declare the item at check-in. Searches All baggage taken to a Shell Facility/Location is subject to search and prohibited items are subject to seizure. Baggage x-ray and physical searches may be performed at Shell’s discretion. Confiscated Items The contents of alcohol containers will be recorded and then destroyed in the presence of a Shell representative witness. Illicit drugs will be turned over to the local law enforcement authority with a signed receipt and chain of custody. Other confiscated items will be packaged, logged and stored by the Shell Representative. The Traveler and the Shell Representative must sign-off on confiscated items. 5
  6. 6. Substance Abuse The use, possession, manufacture, distribution, dispensing, transportation, promotion for sale of illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, or otherwise legal but illicitly used substances, by anyone while on Company business or premises is prohibited. These prohibitions also apply to alcohol except where explicitly authorized by management. Employees are prohibited from being at work or on Company business while being impaired by alcohol or with other illegal or illicit substances present in their systems. This prohibition includes prescribed or over the counter drugs not being used as intended and authorized. Drug and alcohol testing is allowable “when workplace factors such as physical appearance, behavior, other job-related circumstances (e.g., absence problems, erratic job performance), reliable information of drug use or alcohol abuse or possession where knowledge can’t be proven, give good faith reason to question whether the employee may be in violation of this policy”. All questions should be directed to your immediate supervisor or the Shell Representative. Weapons Policy Shell (The Company) is committed to ensuring a high standard of health, safety and security for all employees, customers, contractors, and visitors while on Company business or premises. Threatened or actual violent acts against anyone while on Company premises or Company business with a weapon are prohibited. In addition, the use, sale, possession, storage, display or transportation of weapons or other lethal items while on Company premises or Company business is also prohibited. “Company premises” include but are not limited to production facilities, manufacturing facilities, office buildings, research facilities, office space, conference rooms, training centers, Company-controlled parking areas, Company-provided vehicles, vessels and aircraft and any other location designated for the Company’s use. A “weapon” is considered to be an object or item principally designed to cause bodily injury, or, that by design, manufacture, or use can cause bodily harm, regardless of whether possession of the item is legal or illegal. Examples include, but are not limited to, firearms, ammunition, fireworks, explosives, and air rifles. The Company strictly prohibits the use, sale, possession, storage, display, or transportation of any kind of weapon while on Company premises or Company business by anyone other than a duly sworn law enforcement officer (who is functioning in such capacity) or otherwise as required by law. 6
  7. 7. Any employee who uses, sells, possesses, stores, displays or transports a weapon on Company premises or while on Company business will be subject to corrective action, up to and including termination of employment. Contractor personnel, vendors or visitors who violate these prohibitions will not be allowed on Company premises. Referral to government authorities may be made as appropriate. Weapons are not permitted on Company premises even if the individual has a valid permit, unless they are expressly hired to carry a weapon and comply with the Alaska Venture Firearms Use Standard. The Company reserves the right at all times to conduct reasonable searches and inspections of individuals while they are entering, leaving, or on Company premises. Such searches may include an inspection of personal property including, but not limited to: lockers, offices, desks, lunch boxes, tool boxes, purses, briefcases, packages, vehicles (including privately-owned vehicles that are brought onto Company premises), and other personal effects. Individuals who refuse to consent to a search will not be admitted to Company premises or, if on Company premises, will be relieved of duty, removed from the property, and barred from entry. Prompt and accurate reporting of all violations of this Policy as well as all threats of violence and all violent incidents with a weapon is required. It is everyone’s responsibility to prevent violence in the workplace. Any employee who is subjected to or threatened at work with a weapon by a co- worker, customer, vendor, or other third party, or who is aware of any other individual who has been subjected to or threatened with a weapon while on Company premises or Company business, should immediately report the matter to his/her supervisor, and/or Human Resources Representative locally, and/or Corporate Affairs Security (available on a 24/7 basis) at either 713-241-4773 or toll-free at 866-661-7299. All incidents involving a weapon will be thoroughly investigated and confidentiality will be maintained to the extent practicable under the circumstances. Any employee refusing to participate in an investigation pertaining to allegations or suspicions of violations of this Policy or allegations or suspicions that violence with a weapon has or is likely to occur, may be subject to corrective action, up to and including termination of employment. Workplace Violence Policy Shell (The Company) is committed to ensuring a high standard of health, safety and security for all employees, customers, contractors, and visitors while on Company premises or business. This Company has a “zero tolerance for violence” environment and seeks to prevent violent acts or threats of violence in the workplace. 7
  8. 8. Threatened or actual violent acts against any individual while on Company premises or Company business are prohibited. “Company premises” include but are not limited to production facilities, manufacturing facilities, office buildings, research facilities, office space, conference rooms, training centers, Company-controlled parking areas, Company-provided vehicles, vessels, and aircraft, and any other location designated for the Company’s use. Definitions: 1. “Violent acts” or “threats of violent acts” are those acts that cause an individual to reasonably fear for his/her personal safety, the safety of co- workers, or others. 2. Examples of violent acts or threats include, but are not limited to: • Actual physical harm • Explicit or implied threats of physical harm, whether through verbal or non-verbal communication. • Repetitive and/or aggressive demeaning or inappropriate language. However, a raised tone of voice or gesture (e.g. finger pointing or slamming a book on a desk) or similar behavior is not in and of itself an example of a violent act. The reasonableness of the threat will need to be judged by the totality of the circumstances. • Intimidation, harassment, or coercion. • Threatened or actual destruction of the Company’s or an individual’s property. • Surveillance or stalking (includes harassing or threatening telephone calls, voice mail messages, electronic mail, or other communications). • Fighting, on Company premises or on Company business, regardless of who instigated the altercation. Any employee who commits or threatens to commit a violent act against any individual while on Company premises or on Company business will be subject to corrective action up to and including termination of employment. Any situation involving an individual who commits or threatens to commit a violent act against another individual while on Company premises or on Company business may be referred to government authorities. Prompt and accurate reporting of all threats of violence and all violent incidents, whether or not physical injury has occurred, is required. It is everyone’s responsibility to prevent violence in the workplace. Any employee or individual on Company premises or Company business who is subjected to or threatened with violence by anyone, or who is aware of any other individual who has been subjected to or threatened with violence while on Company premises or Company business, should immediately report the matter to his/her supervisor, and/or Human Resources Representative locally, and/or Corporate Affairs Security (available on a 24/7 basis) at either 713-241-4773 or toll-free at 866-661-7299. 8
  9. 9. All acts of violence or threats of violence will be thoroughly investigated and confidentiality will be maintained to the extent practicable under the circumstances. Any employee refusing to participate in an investigation pertaining to allegations or suspicions that violence has or is likely to occur may be subject to corrective action, up to and including termination of employment. Group Travel by Air Requirements All Group Travel requires a Trip Plan be completed, for Charter flights only, prior to travel and approved by the Alaska General Manager, Alaska Asset Manager or their delegates prior to initiating travel. The Trip Plan is provided by the JMP group and is issued to the Trip Coordinator. The Trip Coordinator will complete the plan and submit the plan for approval. Specific responsibilities for Group Travel require a Trip Coordinator and a Trip Leader be designated. The duties for each are described below. After travel has been completed, the Trip Coordinator is encouraged to submit an After-Trip Review form (form in Trip Plan). This may require input/coordination with the Travelers and or Trip Leaders. All HSSE incidents occurring during travel must be reported to the Trip Leader and according to their company’s requirements. All travel related emergencies shall also be reported to the AK JM Group. Group Travel Duties Group Travel requires specific duties for the Trip Coordinator, Trip Leader and Traveler as described below. Trip Coordinator Duties The Trip Coordinator does not attend the trip and is responsible to ensure all pre and post-travel requirements are met. This individual will be responsible for the following journey administration requirements: • Notifies the AK Venture JM Group of intent to travel at least ten (10) days prior to travel; • Completes and submits a Travel Request Form (TRF) to the AK Venture JM Group at least seven (7) days prior to travel; • Confirms each Traveler has completed the Pre-Travel Preparation requirements; • Completes and submits a Trip Plan to Alaska’s General Manager, Asset Manager or their delegate at least 48 hours prior to departure of the first Traveler; • Schedules a Pre-Trip meeting for travelers to discuss agenda, special travel arrangements, HSSE issues and any other concerns; 9
  10. 10. • In consultation with AK HSSE, determines the need for a Designated First Aider (DFA) for the trip and confirms the First Aid Kit is taken on the trip; • Assures each Traveler receives a copy of the approved Trip Plan; • Confirms that the Trip Leader has made arrangements for additional help at airports, hotels, etc. to carry more than one bag or heavy baggage, and provides assistance if needed; • Confirms that safe transport and shelter are available at destination airports; • Distributes location additional PPE as required (ice grippers, earplugs, survival kits) as needed or requested; • Fulfills requests for special or extra food; • Conveys other relevant trip information to the AK Venture JM Group; • Remains available by phone to assist travelers during travel or delegates this responsibility to another; and • Documents the trip by filing a completed ‘After Trip Review form’ following the trip’s completion (After Trip Review form). Trip Leader Duties The Trip Leader travels with the group and is responsible for the following safe journey requirements: • Provides Trip Coordinator with all necessary information to fill out the Trip Plan; • Packs a complete copy of the approved Trip Plan while on the trip; • Checks out satellite phones, as needed, and records numbers; • Makes arrangements for and utilizes additional help at airports, hotels, etc. to carry more than one bag or heavy baggage; • Makes arrangements for safe accommodation and transportation in case extended periods of waiting at destination airports or outside of meeting venues are required; • Conducts Traveler headcounts during the duration of the trip at departure & arrival points; start & end of day, and other locations & times as deemed appropriate; • Immediately reports any HSSE incidents to supervisor, Trip Coordinator and/or AK Venture JM Group; • Provides input to the Trip Coordinator regarding any trip HSSE issues for completing the After Trip Review form; and • Ensures all meeting notes, presentations or summaries are archived appropriately. Group Traveler Duties • Provides the info to complete Trip Plan incl. specific HSSE concerns; • Supports the Trip Leader as requested and/or required; • Attends the Pre-Trip meeting; • Reads & understands the Trip Plan; • Packs a completed copy of Trip Plan while traveling; • Notifies Trip Leader / other Traveler prior to leaving Team vicinity; 10
  11. 11. • Notifies at least one member of the Group of special medical needs or concerns • Provides any material presented to the Trip Coordinator; and • Contributes to the After Trip Review. Facility/Location Information At many locations, you will need to identify a host or meet with a Point of Contact (POC) and check in according to that location’s requirements. This check in will include reviewing the location orientation and safety material. A listing of available location POC information can be found at the following table. If you are visiting the Anchorage office, you can find general information at this link. Otherwise, you will receive the orientation material upon arrival. Location, Contact Orientation? information Primary POC Check in Process (“link” if online) USA Anchorage, AK Susan Biering: • Immediately Yes (Shell 3601 C St, Suite 907-770-3700 or upon arrival internal link) 1000 907-646-7132 at Suite 907-770-3700 1000. Emergency Hotline: • Daily 888SHELL16 (888- thereafter. 743-5516) or 907- • Call to check 771-7299 out. Barrow, AK, USA Vickie Grimes: • Immediately Yes (Shell ASRC Building 907-852-4103 upon arrival. internal link) • Check out upon departure. Deadhorse, AK John Maketa: • Immediately Yes, at location Carlile Building 907-980-5146 upon arrival. (Shared Services) (cell) • Check out 907-670-8305 upon departure. BP Badges John Maketa Canada Inuvik, Alberta N/A, pass N/A N/A through point only. Tuktoyaktuk, NWT Marshall Borden: • Immediately Yes, at location 867-977-7038 604-209-0786 upon arrival. (cell) • Check out upon departure. 11
  12. 12. Kulluk Drill Rig OIM: • Immediately Yes, at location 713-8448270/8271 (authorization upon arrival. (Radio room) required to board) • Check out upon departure. Visiting the Anchorage Office (Shell Internal Only) Depending on the time of year, you need to prepare for certain weather conditions. The summer season is temperate often reaching the mid 70s but is often wet and windy. A raincoat and warm shirts or sweaters are recommended. Winter weather can occur year round but plan for winter October through May. Temperatures can drop to below -20 deg. so bring a heavy, warm coat, hats, and gloves. Snow and ice are common so and soft- soled shoes (no leather soles) are recommended. The use of publicly available transportation (taxis or shuttle) is encouraged. Arrangements for private carriers can be made through Anchorage office staff (907-770-3700). If necessary, you can rent front-or 4-wheel drive vehicle from the local car rental agencies. After arriving at the Anchorage office, you must check in Suite 1000. You will be asked to provide the expected duration of your visit and local contact information. If you have not already done so, you will need to review the Shell Anchorage Office orientation. If you can access the Shell intranet, you can review this orientation at the following link. Take note that some suites are (or soon will be alarmed) so check with local office staff regarding after hours access. You can request a phone extension if you plan to stay for an extended period of time. All visitors must check out by dropping by Suite 1000 or calling 907-770-3700. Anchorage Contact Information: • Frontier Building suite numbers and phone extensions. Ground Transport Requirements This section describes the safe journey management process applicable to ground transport. Safety of people traveling in land vehicles is critical to the Alaska Venture. For ground transport Journey Planning/Management information, please see the “EPW Journey Management Requirements” link under the “Road Transport Journey Management” heading on the EPW Journey Management web page. Roles and Responsibilities 12
  13. 13. The Driver or other designee will: • Have current certification/license for the type of Vehicles to be used. • Inform their supervisor and AK JM Group of itinerary prior to the journey (Time, Arrival and departure dates), keep in contact during the journey and at completion of journey. • Complete a Vehicle Safety check prior to departure (see below). • Maintain responsibility for the Vehicle, load and/or the passengers. • Take any decision and action in favor of the safety and the protection of people, the environment and any other EP Company’s stake during the journey. • Be physically and mentally fit, paying particular attention to past hours worked, past amounts of sleep, time of the day, position in the natural alertness cycle, food intake, etc. • Follow only the authorized route and timing. • Request a Safety travel road kit from AK HSSE, depending on destination and need. Vehicle Safety Check Perform a walk-around of the vehicle: 1. Check for apparent problems with the vehicle, such as improper tire inflation and excessive tire wear; broken, dirty, or missing lights, lenses, mirrors, wiper blades; or dirty or excessively pitted or cracked windows. 2. Check for any damage to the vehicle. If damage is found during the walk-around inspection, immediately report it to the supervisor or vehicle owner/agent. 3. Verify that the fuel tank is properly capped. 4. Check for any conditions that could cause damage to the vehicle during operation of the vehicle. 5. Verify the presence of appropriate of communication equipment (cell phone, satellite phone radio, etc.), that it is functional and that all passengers know how to use it. 6. Verify that the vehicle heater, defrosters, headlights, taillights, and windshield wipers are in good working order. 7. Verify that all mirrors are adjusted properly. 8. Verify that seat belts are functional. 9. Verify that the following is carried in all vehicles: • Safety travel road kit and fire extinguisher (rental car exempt). • Spare tire, tire tool, and jack. • Emergency reflectors. To assist in safe travels, the following items are available for loan through the local HSSE group (tania.ramos@shell.com): 2 Satellite Spot Messengers, 2 Satellite Phones, 3 Emergency Road Kits and Arctic Gear. Artic gear is available for loan or purchase through a local vendor. Use the following list to arrange arctic gear loans: 13
  14. 14. • Arctic climate gear check out form References and Companion Documents Additional ground transport-related documentation and reference material is available through the Standards/Procedures/Guidance Shell intranet site. Refer to HSE0073 Driving and Road Transport. 14

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