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BP OIL -- TOLEDO REFINERY

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Document Type:
Procedure


Toledo Refinery
Procedure No.:
SAF 026
Effective Date:
February 10, 2014

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Policy
Rev. No.: 9


Owner:
Eric Myers
Auth. By: D. C. Durnwald
(signature on file)
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SCOPE


This procedure describes the appropriate personal protective
equipment that each employee, contractor and visitor shall
wear to prevent injury. It describes what is required, when
and where it shall be worn.

HEALTH
Special PPE & Special Hazards

Proper selection and use of PPE prevents harmful exposure
to eyes, ears, skin and lungs.

SAFETY

Protection from flash fire. Protection of eyes, face, feet,
hands, head and respiratory system.


REFERENCE
DOCUMENTS

OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.136
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.133 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.138
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.135 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134
29 CFR 1926.106 29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise
Exposure,
BP Toledo Refinery Respiratory Protection Program,
SAF 081 Hearing Protection, SAF 043 Flame Retardant
Clothing, SAF 115 Corrosive Hazard Area Identification
, SAF026- FM01 PPE Requirement Amendment Request
Form, Green Zone Map: 49-51-E25

SPECIAL MATERIALS &
EQUIPMENT

Personal Protective Equipment Filter Lenses
Safety Glasses w/side shields Respirators
Goggles Ear Muffs
Hard Hat Face Shield
Fire Retardant Face Covers Ear Plugs
Work shoes/boots Gloves

QUALITY


ANSI/ASSE Z87.1-2003 or 2010 approved eye and face
protection
ASTM F2412-05 Standard Test Methods for Foot Protection
ASTM F2413-05 Standard Requirements for Protective
Footwear
ISEA/ANSI Z89.1-2003 or 2009 approved helmet
NIOSH approved respirators

ENVIRONMENTAL


N/A
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OVERVIEW
This procedure defines the minimum expectations for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when entering or
working in the Toledo Refinery. It is mandatory for all BP Toledo Refinery employees, contractors and visitors
to wear PPE at Toledo Refinery as prescribed in this procedure. Areas included, but not limited to, are all
process and utility areas; blender; lab; work areas in shops; warehouse; marine dock; water intake; waste
water treatment areas; within the tankage dikes; fire fighting training grounds; and flammable storage areas.
All jobs begin with a pre-task risk assessment to identify the necessary PPE to safely complete the task at
hand.

Statement of Procedure

Minimum PPE required in the plant consists of: Fire Retardant Clothing, hardhat, safety glasses
w/sideshields, steel or composite-toe work shoes, gloves when performing work or exposed to cut
hazards, and hearing protection. Personal H
2
S meters are required to warn about the potential
presence of hazardous concentrations of H
2
S. Additional PPE requirements & exceptions are defined
in this procedure.

Green Zones (areas not requiring PPE) have been designated as: employee/contractor/visitor parking
lots on the perimeter of the plant; the main entrance (40
th
Avenue) corridor to and including the South
POD; and the Contractor/TAR trailer city north of 26 tank. See Attachment A for map of these areas.

1.0 General PPE will be required at all times outside of the green zone except as
defined in this section or 2.0. The green zone includes those areas
marked on the attached map along with areas outside of the refinery
fenceline, such as Lallendorf or the Navarre training center.

BP employees, contractors, visitors etc., will generally not be required to
wear PPE inside buildings or enclosed vehicles. This procedure will detail
any vehicles or buildings where PPE must be worn.

BP employees, contractors, visitors etc., will generally not be required to
wear PPE inside the green zone on the attached map. This exception is
intended to allow people to travel to/from points in the green zone without
PPE.

NOTE: The Shift Relief Policy requires specific PPE for Operations
Personnel even if in the green zone.

PPE is not required when walking to/from an enclosed motor vehicle and a
building outside the green zone provided the parking space is in close
proximity (<50) to the building and not in a process unit. At the POW
parking spaces may be >50 from the building providing that the area is not
a process unit, the employees are arriving to or departing from the work
day and there were no parking spaces located closer than 50.

PPE will be required in certain buildings within the green zone as defined in
section 5.0.

PPE may also be required in the green zone based on task. The risk
assessment will determine what PPE is necessary and be documented in
the WCC packet or Job Safety Analysis (JSA).


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Employees working over or within 6 feet of water at the locations listed
below, where the danger of drowning exists, shall wear a U.S. Coast
Guard approved life jacket or buoyant work vest:

Marine Dock
Water Intake
WWTU Bio Ponds
Fire Water Pond
On any watercraft
Other locations as necessary

EXCEPTION: Personal Floatation Devices are not needed for work
near water that is surrounded by hard barricades, or if
personnel use 100% fall protection that is configured to
remove the drowning hazard, or if a Level 2 Risk
Assessment deems that PFDs are not necessary.

Ring buoys with at least 90 feet of line shall be provided and readily
available for emergency rescue operations at the locations listed below.
Distance between ring buoys shall not exceed 200 feet.

Marine Dock
Water Intake
WWTU Bio Ponds
Fire Water Pond

Refer to SAF-118 for PFD requirements in Aerial Platform Lifts.

PPE shall be in good working order and replaced when necessary.

EMS, Fire Dept. & Law Enforcement are exempt from standard PPE when
responding to an incident. The PPE requirements will be determined by
the on-scene Commander/Safety Officer.

Toledo ERT conducting marine operations on the water, on the boat, and
at the Water Intake are exempt from standard PPE. The ERT will follow
the ERT standard operating procedures under the direction of the On-
scene Commander.

2.0 Contractors & Visitors Contractor employees and visitors are required to wear personal protective
equipment in the same circumstances as BP employees. The Main
Gatehouse has a limited supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) for
loan. Upon departure from the Refinery, the checked-out PPE will be
returned to the Gatehouse / Safety Store. Visitors who do not return PPE
will be responsible for the replacement cost and their company will be
invoiced accordingly.

Visitors will be required to meet the PPE standards for the areas they are
visiting. If they cannot, an exemption may be given based on an evaluation
of risk in the areas that will be visited. This exemption shall be written
permission and should be given by a member of the HSSE team or the
Refinery Coordinator. The written permission must be available upon
request.
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NOTE: Written permission may be in the form of an email.

Truck drivers entering the Refinery for loading and/or unloading of bulk
products, such as: LPG, Vac BTMS, Decanted Oil, etc., are expected to
furnish their own PPE.

FRC is not required for truck drivers loading asphalt at gate 25.

Third-party entities that own fixed equipment within the refinery fenceline
should follow their own minimum PPE requiements, such as: commercial
rail road crews, First Energy and Air Products.

3.0 BP Employees All BP employees will receive personal Fire Resistant Clothing (FRC), an
insulated FRC jacket and a fire retardant hard hat liner in accordance with
the following: BP will purchase Nomex clothing for Toledo Refinery
employees through the Purchasing Department. Employees who work
outside will be furnished with their choice of one; parka; insulated bib
overalls; or insulated coverall.

BP employees receive a shoe certificate to aid in the purchase of approved
work shoes. This program is administered by the Human Resources
Department.

All other PPE is available at the safety store.

4.0 Minimum PPE
Requirements and
Specifications
Minimum PPE consists of; Fire Retardant Clothing, safety glasses
w/sideshields, hardhat, gloves while performing work or exposed to cut
hazards, steel or composite-toe work shoes/boots, and hearing protection.

In addition to the minimum PPE requirements, a personal hydrogen sulfide
(H
2
S) meter is required outside the green zone at all times per SAF 087
H
2
S. It is however important to note that these monitors are not PPE and
will not protect you from H
2
S exposure. These devices are warning
devices which alert you to the potential presence of hazardous
concentrations of H
2
S.

Additional PPE is required when entering or working in Aurora Pink
Demarcated areas. These requirements are listed in detail in SAF-115
Corrosive Hazard Area Identification.

Fire Resistant Clothing (FRC)

Fire retardant clothing is most effective if it is worn outside all other
clothing. Layering of clothing under the fire retardant clothing should
provide comfort in all climates. It is recommended that FRC be worn
over clothing made of natural fibers and long sleeves / long pants.

FRC must be in good condition and free of holes or tears.

When outside of buildings, FRC must be worn to cover the arms, legs
and torso (zipped up, sleeves rolled down). When wearing two piece
FRC (shirt & pant separates) the shirt must be tucked into the pants.
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Nomex IIIA

is the fabric of preference for BP employees. At a


minimum, FRC fabrics shall be the equivalent of 6 oz./yard per Nomex
IIIA

or an arc rating of 5.7 ATPV (Arc Thermal Performance Value) or
meet the requirements of NFPA 2112 Standard on Flame Resistant
Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire and
have an arc rating of 5.7 ATPV.

Refer to SAF 043 Fire Retardant Clothing Procedure for more
information.

FRC helmet liners are recommended for warmth, however, hooded
sweatshirts are permitted. If hooded sweatshirts are worn, cotton is
preferred. Drawstrings should be removed or tied back in certain
situations to prevent them from catching in rotating equipment.

The following items may be worn over FRC:

1. Rain gear.
2. High visibility safety vests.
3. Tyvek coveralls.
4. Chemical protective suits.
5. Personal fall protection equipment.
6. Personal floatation devices such as life jackets or survival suits when
working on or near waterways.
7. Other PPE as determined in the pre-job risk assessment and specified
on the WCC.

Eye and Face Protection

All personnel will wear only approved safety glasses with side shields or
goggles. Each type will meet or exceed ANSI Z87.1 2003 or ANSI
Z87.1-2010 basic impact standards.

Sunglass type safety glasses may be worn from dawn to dusk outdoors.
See Attachment C for images of glasses that fall under the category of
sunglass type

Eye protection is not required when operating or riding in an enclosed
vehicle. Note: If the window is open the vehicle is no longer enclosed and
minimum eye protection is required.

Contact lenses may be worn under approved safety glasses.

Visitors to plant sites will wear the minimum eye protection provided by
their own safety glasses, or by special plastic spectacles that can also
cover dress-style glasses, or by wearing temporary visitors spectacles
furnished by the refinery.

Each affected person shall use eye protection that provides rigid side
shield protection. Detachable rigid slide-on or clip-on side shields are
acceptable.


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An ANSI Z87.1 - 2003 basic impact approved faceshield over safety
glasses is required for the following tasks:

1. line breaking
2. rodding out bleeds
3. handling and sampling of acids, caustics & other corrosive chemicals
4. handling and sampling of hot asphalt
5. lighting furnace burners
6. looking into furnaces in operation
7. handling and sampling hydrocarbons
8. high pressure water blasting (>100 psi)
9. when using a grinder or powered wire wheel
10. chipping or hammering that could result in flying fragments or debris
11. entry into areas marked in high visibility (aurora pink) paint
12. when using high-impact air driven impact guns
13. as determined in the pre-job risk assessment and specified on the WCC



NOTE: In the event that a tight space does not allow enough room to
wear a faceshield while using high-impact air driven impact
guns, a risk assessment must be performed.

ANSI Z87.1 - 2003 basic impact approved goggles shall be worn for the
following tasks:

1. working/cleaning in the FCC Regenerator until dust free
2. mixing refractory, mortar or other dusty materials
3. turbining furnace tubes
4. handling or working around materials that generate excessive dust
5. as determined in the pre-job risk assessment and specified on the WCC.

When welding, welding shields/hoods over safety glasses shall be worn.
Those standing in close proximity shall also utilize dark green plastic cover
goggles or tinted shield/hood that will provide equal or greater eye
protection.

NOTE: Goggles can not replace a face shield for those tasks that
specifically require a face shield (like line breaking).

The refinery will furnish prescription safety glasses in approved frames for
BP employees per the terms and conditions of the Prescription Eyewear
Program.

The employee will pay the full cost of his/her refractive examination by a
vision specialist. The employee will choose his/her own vision specialist,
who will prescribe the type of lenses needed.

Employees must secure an official form from the Health Center to obtain
glasses or services from authorized supplier. This form should be secured
prior to a refractive examination to allow a vision specialist to enter
required data to make the glasses.
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Replacement of prescription lenses due to vision changes will be limited to
once every two years. Work damaged lenses and frames will be replaced
as needed.

Head Protection

Type 1, Class G approved protective helmets are to be worn as minimum
head protection. Head protection must meet one of the following
specifications: ANSI Z89.1-2003 or Z89.1-2009.

Each employee will be furnished a protective helmet by the company.

Baseball style hats shall not be worn under a hard hat.

The employee must make sure the fit is proper and the suspension should
be inspected before use.

Protective helmets can be equipped with chin strap and/or fire retardant
winter liner.

Hard hats must be worn with the bill forward unless under a welding
helmet.

Employees working on electrical equipment must wear a protective helmet
designed to reduce electrical shock hazards (ANSI Z89.1 - 2003 or -2009,
Type 1, Class E).

Inspect your protective helmet for any damage (cracks, dents etc.) and
replace if damaged or following a significant impact. It is recommended to
replace the suspension annually and the shell every 5 years.

The BP Safety Department will approve hard hat styles for use at the
Toledo Refinery.

Hand Protection

Gloves shall be worn when performing work. Gloves shall also be worn
when there is a potential for hand injury, such as climbing ladders, closing
toolboxes, picking up trash, etc. People are encouraged to carry gloves
with them any time they wear standard PPE.

Gloves should be selected on the basis of the material being handled, the
particular hazard involved, and their suitability for the operation being
conducted. One type of glove will not work in all situations. For general
work, the minimum specification is a cotton general duty work glove to
protect the hand from cuts. All employees, contractors, and visitors are
required to select and wear the proper gloves for the types of hazards
expected in performing a task.

It is acceptable to work without gloves on jobs requiring a greater amount
of dexterity than a gloved hand. However a pre-task risk assessment must
be completed prior to beginning work.

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Some examples of specialized protective gloves are:
Insulated Winter
Chemical Protective
Thermal Protective
Abrasion Resistant
Fire Fighting

Gloves may create a hazard when worn around revolving tools or rotating
machinery. The pre-task risk assessment should consider whether gloves
are appropriate.

Foot Protection

Footwear shall have an off-set heel. This helps prevent slipping when
climbing ladders.

Footwear shall have a protective safety-toe (such as steel toed or non-
metallic toe cap) meeting the requirements of ASTM F2413-05.
Additionally reinforced insoles/soles to prevent puncture hazards are
recommended.

Wear chemical protective foot protection when working with chemicals.

Unacceptable footwear includes:-

Athletic style shoes, flat soled shoes without an offset heel, open toed
shoes, crepe soled shoes, tennis shoes, sneakers, canvas type shoes,
sandals, high heeled shoes, clogs or shoes with metal taps are
unacceptable in any Process, Maintenance, Warehouse or Tank Field
area.

Safety shoes need to be replaced when they lose their effectiveness.

NOTE: Steel toe boots should be replaced if leather toe wears out
exposing steel toe cap.

Hearing Protection

Hearing protection shall be worn where minimum PPE is required (outside
of the green zone). This includes all operating plant areas and along the
roadways adjacent to operating units.

North, East and West tank fields, Marine Dock, Water Intake, Decanted Oil
Truck Loading Rack, Decanted Oil Railcar Loading Rack, Asphalt Loading
Rack, LPG Loading Rack, Blender, POW and WWTU are exempt from the
hearing protection requirements except as noted with signage or as
directed by Area Operations personnel.

The minimum standard for hearing protection devices allowed for general
use within Toledo Refinery shall provide an attenuation of 24 dB Noise
Reduction Rating (NRR) as determined in compliance with 40 CFR Part
211, Subpart B.

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See SAF-081 Hearing Protection for more information on hearing
protection devices.

Respiratory Protection

Respiratory protection, air-purifying or supplied air, may be required by the
pre-task risk assessment. This will be communicated by the WCC.

Respiratory protection may be required at any time for operators or other
personnel depending upon the state of refinery operations. Emergencies
or other process upsets may require the use of air-purifying or supplied air
respirators for unit response and/or evacuation.

Respiratory protection shall be selected, used, and maintained in
accordance with BP Toledo Refinery Respiratory Protection Program.

Entanglement Hazards

These rules apply in all cases where PPE is required (areas outside of the
green zone and inside the green zone based on task):

Workers shall secure hair, loose-fitting clothing, jewelry, or other items that
could become entangled in machinery.

NOTE: Hair can only be tucked under a hardhat if the hardhat still fits
securely on the head.

5.0 Building Specific PPE The following buildings within the Green Zone have specific PPE requirements
as detailed below:

Warehouse

Compliance with the Foot Protection referenced in 4.0 is required in the
Warehouse. Safety glasses with side shields are required in the Warehouse
(excluding the office areas and in the area of the Storekeepers computer
stations). FRC and hardhats are not required.

Laboratory

Standard Laboratory PPE includes: Nomex long-sleeved outer wear (i.e.,
coveralls or lab coats or pants & shirt), footwear, and safety glasses
w/sideshields. A conventional or athletic style all leather flat sole shoe is
acceptable inside the lab. Footwear must have a protective safety-toe (such
as steel toed or non-metallic toe cap) meeting the requirements of ASTM
F2413-05. Additional PPE may be required for specialized tasks or by
procedures and include: splash shields/goggles, aprons, gloves and earplugs.
Workers shall secure hair, loose-fitting clothing, jewelry, or other items that
could become entangled in machinery.

Breakrooms and offices in the laboratory are green zones, no PPE required.



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Maintenance Workshops

Compliance with the Foot Protection referenced in 4.0 is required in the
Workshops (excluding the office areas). Safety glasses with side shields are
required outside of the painted walkways. Safety glasses with side shields are
required inside the Machine Shop during hours of operation glasses are not
required inside shop offices or break rooms. In the new I&E Shop, glasses are
not required when working south of the yellow painted line. FRC and hardhats
are job specific requirements determined in the pre-task risk assessment.
Workers shall secure hair, loose-fitting clothing, jewelry, or other items that
could become entangled in machinery.

6.0 Training Each employee who is required to wear PPE under this procedure shall
receive training in the following:
When PPE is necessary
What PPE is necessary
How to properly put on, take off, adjust, and wear PPE
The limitations of the PPE
The proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of PPE

Re-training shall be given when:
Changes in the workplace make the previous training obsolete
Changes in the type of PPE used makes the previous training
obsolete
Inadequacies in the employees knowledge or use of PPE
indicate that the employee has not retained the requisite
understanding or skill.

7.0 Audit Each employee, contractor and visitor is responsible for compliance with
this procedure.

BP employees are responsible for informing visitors of PPE requirement

8.0 Deviations

Deviations to this procedure may be requested and authorized using the
Personal Protective Equipment Requirement Amendment Request Form
(SAF-26-FM01)
This form shall only be used for deviations that will last less than a year
and to deviations that are not task specific and cannot be captured as part
of a Level 1 or 2 Risk Assessment.
Deviations are to be returned to and retained by the senior safety advisor.
A deviation from minimum PPE requirements may be made when the PPE
prevents the task from being performed. The variance shall be agreed
upon by the Area Authority, Performing Authority, and Safety
Representative. This variance shall be documented as part of the Work
Control Certificate (WCC) package.







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Attachment A


Map: 49-51-E25













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Note: These are minimum requirements that may be altered by task specific risk assessments. Gloves are always
required when performing work.
* May not be sunglass safety glasses when indoors
** Area dependent
*** Asphalt Loaders are not required to wear FRC





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Attachment C

Examples of tints that qualify as Sunglass Safety Glasses:

Dark Tinted and Blue/Dark Mirrored


Examples of tints that DO NOT qualify as Sunglass Safety Glasses:
These types are approved for use between dusk & dawn

Indoor/outdoor lenses, blue lenses and yellow lenses. Not pictured: Clear lenses.
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Revision History

Revision history The following information documents at least the last 3 changes to this document,
with all the changes listed for the last 6 months.
Date Revised By Changes
2/01/2013 Sedlak/ Myers Added additional reference documents SAF 115 &
SAF 026 FM01. Added reference to 2010 ANSI
Z87 standard and 2009 ANSI Z89 standard.
Deleted statement requiring pre-task risk
assessment for all jobs inside green zone to
determine PPE. Added that at POW, parking
spaces may be >50 from building. Section 1.0 -
deleted statement requiring MOC for PPE
exemptions outside of green zone. Section 1.0
deleted statement exempting hearing protection
requirements in tank fields, dock, etc. Section 2.0
Added third-party entities PPE guidance. Section
4.0 Clarified additional PPE requirements for
aurora pink areas. Added that with two-piece FRC,
shirt must be tucked in. Added reference to
Attachement C which outlines approved safety
glasses for day and night time use. Added
requirement for faceshield when using impact tools.
Clarified statement around eye protection for
welding. Added that baseball style caps shall not be
worn under hard hat. Added note that steel toe
boots should be replaced when they lose their
effectiveness. Deleted TAR hearing protection
exemption statement. Section 8.0 Clarified
deviations guidance. Updated Attachment A Green
Zone Map. Revised Attachment B PPE matrix.
Added Attachment C clarifying safety glasses
approved for night use. MOC M20125635-001
3/13/2013 Myers Clarified faceshield requirements for impact tools
1/21/14 Myers Added requirement for floatation devices. Added
further clarification of acceptable ATPV rating for
FRC. MOC: M20133536-001



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