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Message from AFA General Secretariat AFA is pleased to issue Health, Safety and Environment Performance Indicators (HSE KPI) to all its members. AFA would like to convey its thanks and appreciation to AFA HSE Committee Members for their effort and support and special thanks to Mr. Mejbel Al Shammeri – HSE Manager – PICKuwait for his valuable efforts in preparing and finalizing this valuable booklet.

Introduction Based on AFA HSE committee commitment towards HSE and for the sake of continuous improvement of HSE performance among Arab fertilizers companies by applying stricter control on all HSE activities in line with international HSE best practice, the committee decide to develop unified HSE KPI’s for AFA members, this will help us to know the current performance of AFA members, what can we do to improve and how we can prevent danger from our employees and assets.

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Definitions Safety for the work place KPL’s 1. Fatalities Fatality is the death of accompany employee, contractor or visitor due to industrial accident happened within the premises of the company. 2. Industrial Disabling Incidents IDI’s Industrial Disabling Incidents work related incidents or illness that prevent the employee or contractor to do his work the day after the incident / injury 3. Industrial Non-Disabling Incidents INDI’s Industrial Non-Disabling Incidents are accidents/injury that do not result in any lost work days, this includes first aid, medical treatment and restrict work accidents. 4. Number of site inspections (audits) conducted Number of safety audits conducted in the plant to indicate unsafe conditions UC, unsafe acts UA, housekeeping HK and safety role violations SRV per planned number within one month. 5. Number of near-misses Incidents causing no personal injury, material loss, equipment damage or production loss

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6. Occupational Injury An injury or disease resulted from exposure to the work environment, like hazard materials, chemicals, noise, vibration ..etc that can cause short or long disability . 7. Company Employee Any employed person and on the pay roll of the company including corporate and management personnel. 8. Contractor An individual or organization performing work for the company including long term and short term contracts or subcontracts.

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Environmental KPI’s 9. Spills Any containment loss to fresh water, sea or land of process material, oil, hazardous chemicals or finished products more than one barrel. 10. Hazardous waste Any waste substance that can cause present or future threat for human , wild life or environment . 11. Non Hazardous waste Any waste resulted from industrial process or civil activities which have no harm for environment, it can be recycled. 12. Medical waste Any waste generated from the medical center due to medical treatment of employees, diagnosis of diseases or annual medical checks. 13. Emissions of gases Emissions of CO, CO2, Sox, NOx, H2S and VOC to atmosphere that exceeds EPA limits. 14. Effluent water Waste water resulted from plant process, have trace of metals, treated and released into the sea.

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Leading indicators • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Working hours without lost hours # of training hours . # of HSE campaigns. # of safety suggestions. # of drills Training effectiveness Exposure level # of Near miss reported and closed # of BBS observations # of closed incident investigation recommendations # of PHA conducted vs plan Medical Tests vs plan Monitoring OH parameters (In door quality, radiation, lightening,…) Benchmarking the organization’s safety performance on semi-annual or annual basis with other organizations of similar processes and products. Percentage of materials used that are recycled input materials. The recycled materials and wastes are used in the production of potash, nitrogen or phosphate products, except recovered sulfur (a byproduct of oil refining or natural gas production) in producing phosphoric acid. Total energy saved due to conservation and efficiency improvement. Percentage of total volume of water recycled and used. Initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reductions achieved

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Lagging Indicators • • • • • • • • • • •

# of days away from work # of safety accidents # of safety violations / month # of unsafe acts / month # of Environmental Complains # of OH illness Non conformance with local laws # of fires # of environment incidents # of Audit violations (HK, SRV, UC and UA) Timely action on safety corrective action resulted from incidents investigations.

Proposed HSE KPI’s for AFA Members Safety at the Work Place No.

KPI

Definition

Formula / Measurement Method

1

Number of safe man-hours

Work hours done by total (# workers * # days worked number of workers since the last * # hrs/day) + overtime Lost Work Time accident

2

# of fatalities for employees

# of fatalities

#of fatalities / Year

3

Number of IDI’s

Industrial Disabling Incidents are accidents that result in at least 1 lost work day

# IDI’s in the specified period

4

IDI frequency rate

Rate of occurrence of IDI’s per 1 work year

# IDI’s * 200,000 / # manhours

5

IDI severity rate

Severity of IDI’s per 1 work year

# days lost due to IDI’s * 200,000 / # man-hours

6

Number of INDI’s

Industrial Non-Disabling Incidents are accidents that do not result in any lost work days

# INDI’s in the specified period

7

INDI frequency rate

Rate of occurrence of INDI’s per 1 work year

# INDI’s * 200,000 / # man-hours

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Number of site inspections (audits) conducted

# of safety audits conducted in the plant to indicate UC, UA, HK and SRV

9

recordable incident frequency rate

#(Locst time , Medical Rate of occurrence of(Locst time treatment & ristrict work , Medical treatment & ristrict cases ) *200000/employees work cases ) per 1 work year manhours worked

11

Days Away from work ( DART) rate

# of days away from work # of days away *200000/ due to accident or sickness or Total manhoures worked restriricted work or job transfere

Process safety 12 total incident Rate (PSTIR) 13

Number of nearmisses

property damage 14 incidents ( fires , explosions ‌etc )

# audits conducted / month

Incidents happened due equipmen failure or damage or leaks

# of PS incidents *200000/ total # of employees & contractors manhoures

Incidents causing no personal injury or material loss

# near-misses reported and accepted (meeting the correct definition) in the specified period

incidents causing material loss =$25000 and above

# major fires occurring in the specified period

Cases of illness caused by work Number of 15 occupational illness conditions as acknowledged by company Clinic cases

# OH illnesses reported and acknowledged in the specified period

16

Number of major traffic accidents

Traffic accidents occurring inside # major traffic accidents Company premises and costing occurring in the specified period more than $1500.

17

Number of minor traffic accidents

Traffic accidents occurring inside # minor traffic accidents Company premises and costing occurring in the specified period less than $1500.

18

# Approved leave days employees sick days Approved leave days incurred by incurred by OH illness / frequency rate OH illness worked manhoures

19

# of environmental releases

Number of BBS 20 Observation Sheets submitted 21

Number of at-risk behaviors reported

Number of emmisions exceeding limits of local requlations

Tones /YR

A monthly target is set for receiving Observation Sheets from workers as required by the Behavior-Based Safety program

# reported BBS Observation Sheets in the specified period

Each BBS Observation Sheet reports one or more at-risk behaviors

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• Land . Air & Discharge Water 22 Number of spills

Spill of chemical (oil, acid, etc) exceeding 1 barrel (160 liters) in size

Barrels / YR

23 Volume spilled

Spill of chemical (oil, acid, etc) exceeding 1 barrel (160 liters) in size

Barrels / YR

24 Waste water

Waste water released into the sea

milions meter 3

Inert waste, medical waste, metal, sand (from street cleaning), etc

Tons / YR

Oil, polluted water, etc

Tons / YR

25

Amount of solid waste

26

Amount of liquid waste

Direct CO2 27 emissions Indirect CO2 emissions

CO2 released to atmosphere due CO2 equivs in million T / YR to combustion CO2 from other sources

CO2 equivs in million T / YR

Million Tones emitted Year/ milliontones Production

Million Tones emitted Year/ milliontones Production

Tons of O2 consumed in the plant process per year

Tons /YR

Total number of training hours conducted to all workers in the period specified

Total number of training hours conducted to all workers in the period specified

32 Training intensity

Average training hours received by each worker per year

(Training hours per month / # workers) * 12

Training effectiveness

How much of the information relayed to trainees was actually absorbed by them

% of exams that were passed

Each year, a number of awareness campaigns are planned as part of Annual Objectives

# campaigns completed so far / total # campaigns planned for the year

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carbon Dioxide 29 Intensity 30

chemical Oxygen demand

• Training 31

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Number of training hours

Number of HSErelated awareness 34 campaigns and Safety Days conducted

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