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    Identification and Control of HSE Hazards



    Planning is a critical step to ensure work is completed in compliance and without incident.

    The Kodak Representative is responsible to identify the HSE hazards and risks unique to Kodak and beyond ordinary compliance. The Kodak Representative will conduct a risk assessment of the work to be done, document the HSE hazards and risks on one of the forms below, and provide it to the contractor:

    • Building Specific HSE Information
    • HSE Requirements for Medium or High Risk Work
    • Low Risk Work Checklist

    The contractor is responsible to document a specific HSE plan to execute the work in a way that controls and/or mitigates the HSE hazards and risks identified. The contractors’ job/project specific HSE plan will be reviewed by the Kodak Representative for completeness prior to the start of any work.

    The contractor is responsible to review the specific HSE Plan with everyone working on the job/project. All employees will be asked to sign the HSE Plan, the signature verifies they have read, understood and agree to follow the HSE Plan.

    HSE Project/Work Inspection Requirements:

    Contractors must conduct self-inspections on projects to evaluate safe work habits and to ensure compliance with approved HSE Plans or Safe Work Permits. Corrective actions taken as a result of these inspections will be documented and reviewed with the Contractor's employees, subcontractors and Kodak Representatives. The minimum frequency of the inspections will be negotiated with the Kodak Representative. The inspection records shall be maintained by the Contractor and copies provided to Kodak upon request.