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Line of Fire – Injury Reduction Program. Program Overview. What is Line of Fire?. Industry Standards break Line of Fire into three mechanisms of injury: . You are in the Line of Fire when you are at risk of coming into contact with a force your body cannot endure . . Stored Energy:

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    1. Line of Fire – Injury Reduction Program Program Overview

    2. What is Line of Fire? Industry Standards break Line of Fire into three mechanisms of injury: You are in the Line of Fire when you are at risk of coming into contact with a force your body cannot endure. Stored Energy: Contact with stored energy Striking Hazards: Struck by or striking against an object Includes falling objects Crushing Hazards: Caught in, on or between an object

    3. Where are we nowwith enterprise-wide safety campaigns? Get a Grip on Safety: Mid September- Mid March In 2013, (Sept-Dec) Get a Grip: • Sent 18 less people to hospital • Reduced the cost incurred by recordable incidents by roughly $800,000 • Introduced enterprise-wide campaigns • Focused on home, office and site related slips, trips and falls • A 5 year plan for enterprise-wide safety campaigns is currently being created

    4. Where are we now with Line of Fire? • LOF hazards, and the opportunity to correct them are often overlooked • People often unknowingly put themselves in the Line of Fire • Line of Fire related injuries are common and can lead to serious injury • There was no consistent approach to Line of Fire reduction at Suncor • Line of Fire is aligned with the Life Saving Rules • Line of Fire hazards exist year round (no seasonal trend like Get a Grip) • Some previous Line of Fire initiatives include; • Major Projects and Oil Sands: Some Line of Fire work has been done • In Situ: 4 Pink • Turn Around: Drop Zone - the other “Get a Grip” • R&M has started introducing Line of Fire into its workforces Creating a enterprise-wide injury reduction campaign for Line of Fire is a large opportunity

    5. Line of Fire: Major Mechanisms of Injury in 2012 107 People

    6. Line of Fire: The impact on Suncor 2011 = 275 recordable injuries (141 Line of Fire related) 2012 = 212 recordable injuries (107 Line of Fire related) 2013 = 200 recordable injuries (113 Line of Fire related)

    7. Line of Fire: Impact on Business Units

    8. Proposed Goal:To focus on and reduce Line of Fire related incident enterprise-wide, by 20% year over year.A minimum of 21 less people sent to the hospital for treatment Proposed program to support goal is strategically aligned: The Suncor Way: • Supporting our core values including overriding commitments to safety, respect, raising the bar, honoring commitments and doing the right thing the right way. Suncor Value Driver: • Continue to advance Suncor’s journey to operational excellence. Environment, Health & Safety goal: • Continue to advance a strong safety culture through enterprise Journey to Zero initiatives: • Training • Campaigns • Operational Controls

    9. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Enterprise-Wide Safety Campaigns Timing 2014 Introduction to Line of Fire Recommended Roll Out Timing for Line of Fire Activity Package 1 Activity Package 1 Activity Package 5 Activity Package 5 Activity Package 6 Activity Package 2 Activity Package 3 Activity Package 2 Activity Package 3 2015 Sustainment MSI Activity Package 1 Activity Package 2 Activity Package 3 Activity Package 5 Activity Package 5 Activity Package 6 Activity Package 1 Activity Package 2 Activity Package 3

    10. Line of FireProgram • Step 1: • Leadership Alignment • Level of effort • Resourcing • Budget • Implementation • Step 2: • 3 Month Focused Campaign • Activity Packages • Communications • Core Web Page

    11. Step 1: Leadership Alignment • Leadership Engagement (Q1) • Central EHS works with EHS leadership teams to assist with appropriate level of effort recommendation for their specific areas • Business Unit/Function Leadership Team Meetings • BU/BA and/or Function Level of Effort Identification (Q1/2) • Review draft level of effort and agree on upcoming years program • BU/BA and/or Function Resources Allocation (Q1/2) • Identify BU sponsor and communicate expectations • Identify BA / Area Champions • Central EHS scheduled to conduct orientation (in partnership with the BU sponsor/s, BU EHS Director) for BU EHS, Communications, and BA Area Champions • Tactical Material Ordered (Q2) • Identify tactical material needs and order • Install and distribute materials

    12. Step 2: Three Month Focused Campaign • Activity Packages • Area Champions and Leaders use Activity Packages to help roll out campaign • Packages include; Safety Moments, Toolbox Talks, Videos, Posters etc. • Communications • Central EHS rolls out campaign on existing ongoing employee communications channels • Communications includes; 360 Magazine, Core News Stories etc. • Core Web Page • Dedicated Core Web Page is created for all Activity Packages and other campaign information based on the current Get a Grip on Safety template

    13. The Three Activity Packages: Why it works • Focuses on culture and behaviors • Leadership • Personal stories/testimonials • Encourages employee/contractor participation • Utilizes strong personal safety tools • Life Saving Rules • Hazard Identification Tools

    14. Using Get a Grip as a foundation for Line of Fire

    15. Program Development: Work Breakdown *Ongoing tactics/hours regardless of campaign

    16. What does program roll-out success look like?