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  1. Leading from the top in BP Steve Flynn Vice President, HSSE BP Group Safety and Operations

  2. What I’m going to cover • Our track record • Leading from the very top • Our Strategic approach • The way forward • BP’s leadership model • Summary

  3. BP days away from work frequency rate – last 20 years North sea disaster; Grangemouth incident Safety in performance contracts Advanced safety auditing Texas City incident BP Amoco merger Clear vision introduced ‘getting health, safety & environment right’ Golden rules of safety Measures Days Away From Work Case Frequency (DAFWCF) per 200,000 hrs

  4. BP’s HSSE performance Workforce Fatalities Oil Spills greater 1 bbl Integrity Management Incidents Recordable Injury Frequency

  5. March 23, 2005

  6. Leading from the very topThe BP Group Operations Risk Committee The Group Operations Risk Committee (GORC) is chaired by Tony Hayward and meets monthly. It brings together our segment CEOs with senior functional expertise to oversee and build a foundation for consistent, safe, reliable operations. This includes: • Incident analysis, learning and response • Monitoring performance indicators • Reviewing delivery of the Six-Point Plan • Oversight of development and implementation of BP’s Operating Management System (OMS) • Oversight of HSE and Operations capability development • Independent Panel response and its integration into plans and OMS The GORC also model the expected leadership behaviours and sets the tone at the top of the organization for others to follow

  7. Strategic model Performance & risk – through layers of protection to reduce the potential for major incidents and losses: • plant – engineering hardware, control systems, physical layouts • processes – management systems to identify, control and mitigate risks, and drive continuous operational improvement • people – capability in terms of leadership skills, relevant knowledge and experience, and the organizational culture ‘Hard barriers’ are more reliable than ‘soft barriers’, but all ultimately rely on people The ‘Swiss Cheese’ Model Hazard Protective ‘Barriers’ Weaknesses or ‘Holes’ Plant Processes People deliver Performance Accident

  8. Business specific Excellence Strategic approach Sustainable Competitive Advantage Efficiency Neutral Basics &BP Requirements Business Value Destruction Legal Compliance Significant Risk Mitigation Catastrophic Loss Essentials

  9. Strategic milestones – sustainable Operating Management System (OMS) … sustained by the right organisational capability & culture Temporary Accommodation Blow-down Stacks Major Accident Risk World Class Operating Company Integrity Management & Control of Work Operating procedures Compliance Audit Actions ‘Getting HSE Right’ Management System Operations Competence 2011+ 2005

  10. The BP leadership model - Items related to imperatives identified in CEO 6-point plan

  11. In summary… For BP, our journey is about: • getting the basics right, consistently • not just occupational safety but also process safety • developing and maintaining integrated and consistently delivered systems and processes which underpin learning and sharing • ensuring risks are owned and managed locally, in a sustainable way • developing well-trained, competent people and teams who have pride in what they do • creating and sustaining a world class operating culture, supported by a few clear and well-understood values and behaviours and an environment of continuous performance improvement… And most of all, it’s about leadership