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    NGI-Defensive Driving NGI-Defensive Driving Presentation Transcript

    • oasis International Training Center Presents
    • Driving in The Plant
    • SITE DRIVING POLICY & RULES 1. HSE Manual Standard 1301 - Driving Policy 2. Safe Operating Procedure SOP 108 - Vehicle & Driving Safety 3. Induction for New Comers 4. Site Driving License 5. Violations & Penalties
      • Site driving license Will be distributed to all expatriates & local staff and
      • personnel allocated with company vehicle.
      • MINIMUM REQUIREMENT : Proof of international / local driving
      • license possession.
      • Site driving license valid for 1 year and is subject to renewal.
      • Only those with Site driving license are allowed to drive company . vehicle ….. and/or in company premises.
      • New comers to follow this induction before obtaining their TSP driving ….. license.
      SITE DRIVING POLICY & RULES
    • IT MIGHT HAPPEN HERE … OVERTURNED
    • IT MIGHT HAPPEN HERE … OFF THE ROAD
    • IT MIGHT HAPPEN HERE … RUN INTO A LORRY
    • IT MIGHT HAPPEN HERE … CRUSHED BY A TRACTOR
    • IT MIGHT HAPPEN HERE … FATALITY
    • IT DID HAPPEN HERE … !!! FROM MINOR, SIGNIFICANT, ...
    • IT DID HAPPEN HERE … !!! AND SIGNIFICANT, UP TO ... FATAL ACCIDENT
    • SAFETY TIPS (REMINDERS)
      • Vehicle’s external appearance : clear windscreens, windows, mirrors;
      • intact lamps / bulbs, exhaust …
      • Tyre inflation, including spare tyre. Tyre replacing tools.
      • All lights are functioning : head lamp, city lamp, turning, braking,
      • reversing, and hazard lamps. Fog and tail lamps, if any.
      • Read instrument panel : fuel / gasoline, engine temp., lubricating oil
      • indicators are within normal range. If in doubt ...
      • Physical check radiator water, battery water level, lubricating oil level
      • gauge (especially for long distance journey).
      • Seating and mirrors are well adjusted.
      PRE-DRIVING “CHECK-LIST” :
      • TSP Driving License mandatory ! Other licenses (international /
      • local) might be useful ...
      • Start engine and pre-heat for a while (will help smooth running).
      • Listen for any unusual noise. Check horn sounding.
      • Adjust climate controller setting, radio channel, radio / cassette
      • volume etc. : all to be done before moving.
      • Put lights on when dark, at dawn, twilight or dusk.
      • Fasten seatbelt …
      • Test the brake, clutch pedal, acceleration gears and make sure
      • everything is alright before starting the journey.
      SAFETY TIPS (REMINDERS)
      • Drive carefully and defensively. Respect other road users (bicycle,
      • motorcycle, pedestrian). Never get provoked / distracted / offended
      • by other drivers’ “style”. Stay cool : calm and safe. Set examples …
      • Obey traffic signs, observe road markings especially zebra crosses
      • Respect road controllers / traffic squad who reserves the right to
      • override traffic signs lawfully.
      • Speed limit : 35 km/h inside plant area, 20 km/h at parking areas
      • (offices, camps). Keep slow at other areas.
      • Park only at designated parking areas. Reverse when instructed.
      • Make sure clearance behind vehicle before reversing.
      • Do not commit yourself to becoming part of the “incident statistic” !
      SAFETY TIPS (REMINDERS) While Driving / Parking :
    • TO SEE and TO BE SEEN PLANT DRIVING RULES At night, switch on your lights, not only to see the road, but also TO BE SEEN by OTHERS.
    • SPEED LIMIT : 35 KM/H MAXIMUM MANDATORY IN PLANT AREA 35 PLANT DRIVING RULES
    • DO NOT OVERTAKE PLANT DRIVING RULES
    • Pedestrians, cyclists & motorists are road users too …. PLANT DRIVING RULES
    • REVERSE PARKING ... PARK IN YOUR ALLOCATED LOT DO NOT OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC IN CAR PARK (OFFICE / CAMP) AREAS, THE SPEED LIMIT IS 20 KM/H. 20 YES ! NO ! PLANT DRIVING RULES
      • Only diesel engine vehicles equipped with spark arrestor allowed to ….. enter and used in the plant (production phase).
      • Use of mobile phone is strictly forbidden while driving in the plant. ….. Phone to be handed over to the check point. Switch off mobile phone ….. while refueling.
      • Use of radio while driving only if hands free kits available.
      • Only 1 passenger in the front seat, pick-up should not carry passengers …... in the rear compartment.
      • First aid kit box and 1.5 kg dry powder fire extinguisher should be …... available.
      PLANT DRIVING RULES
      • Driver should be fit and in no circumstances under the influence of …. drink or drugs. Substance abuse will be Subject to TSP policy HSE …. standard 1101.
      • No smoking while driving. No smoking while refueling.
      • Driver is responsible to ensure that carried freight is secured and …. stowed.
      • WHEN HEARING EMERGENCY ALARMS / SIRENS :
        • Stay calm.
        • Park vehicle on the correct side of the road.
        • Turn engine off, leave ignition key in position.
        • Go to the nearest muster point crosswind.
        • Follow further instructions.
      PLANT DRIVING RULES
      • Any traffic violation will be treated according to sop 108 vehicle and …. driving safety :
          • PUNCHING of TSP driving license ( 3 chances max).
          • Defensive driving training + commented driving.
      • Certain traffic infractions / incidents will be endorsed by the TSP driving ….. committee composed of :
          • Hierarchy of the offender.
          • HSE site manager.
          • RSE site manager.
          • Eventual competent personnel.
      PLANT DRIVING RULES
    • NO ! YES ! TURN LEFT : NO SHORT CUT AND DON’T FORGET THE TURN SIGNAL IMAGINE A ROUNDABOUT !
    • YES ! CHANGE DIRECTION : STAY IN YOUR LANE NO ! KEEP RADIUS SMALL AND DON’T FORGET THE TURN SIGNAL
    • NO ! YES ! NEGOCIATING A CURVE : NO SHORT CUT
    • NORMAL PRIORITY : VEHICLES COMING FROM THE RIGHT TO PASS FIRST CROSS ROAD / JUNCTION EXCEPTIONAL PRIORITY : EMERGENCY VEHICLES, FIRE ENGINES, AMBULANCES, SECURITY ON DUTY EMERGENCY ! EMERGENCY ! EMERGENCY !
    • Give way to other vehicles CROSS ROAD / JUNCTION EXCEPTIONAL PRIORITY : EMERGENCY VEHICLES, FIRE ENGINES, AMBULANCES, SECURITY ON DUTY EMERGENCY ! EMERGENCY ! EMERGENCY !
    • NORMAL NO-PRIORITY : FIRST COME FIRST PASS CROSS ROAD / JUNCTION
    • SAFETY DISTANCE NEVER TAIL VEHICLE IN FRONT TOO CLOSELY. MAINTAIN A “SPACE CUSHION” JUST IN CASE IT STOPS SUDDENLY … DRIVING BEHIND OTHERS IT WON’T HAPPEN
      • FLAT TYRE & BREAKDOWN :
      • Move the vehicle to a safe place (e.G. Road shoulder).
      • Put the hazard lights on.
      • Install warning triangles in-front and arrears of the vehicle.
      • INCIDENT :
      • Do not move the vehicle.
      • Call security.
      IN CASE OF MISHAPS THE END
    • Thank you for your attention.