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HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Published by MOL Group SD&HSE 2014

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
FOREWORD 4

INTRODUCTION 5

HSE MS MANUAL AND HSE TOOLBOX IN THE MOL GROUP REGULATORY SYSTEM 6

HSE-MS ELEMENTS AT GLANCE 7

GUIDELINE OBJECTIVES AND CONTEXT 9

HSE MS ELEMENTS – BUSINESS RULES 11
ELEMENT 1: Leadership, Commitment & Accountability 11
ELEMENT 2: Risk & Change Management 11
ELEMENT 3: Competence, Training & Awareness 12
ELEMENT 4: Planning & Targets 14
ELEMENT 5: Contractor HSE Management 15
ELEMENT 6: Design, Construction, Commissioning & Decommissioning 16
ELEMENT 7: Safe Operation & Work Practices 18
ELEMENT 8: Health Protection & Promotion 19
ELEMENT 9: Environmental Management 19
ELEMENT 10: Requirements, Information & Documentation 21
ELEMENT 11: Product Stewardship 23
ELEMENT 12: Communication & Consultation 24
ELEMENT 13: Incident Reporting & Investigation 25
ELEMENT 14: Emergency Planning & Response 25
ELEMENT 15: Assurance & Audits 26
ELEMENT 16: Social Impacts 27

ANNULMENTS 29

GLOSSARY 30

LIST OF MODIFICATIONS 35

CROSS-REFERENCES 37

For the first time. comprehensive guidelines that will ensure a more direct. level as well. more understanding of Group SD & HSE requirements. • • comply with legal requirements and MOL Group standards improve the overall health of all our employees • control HSE. templates and compliance checklists that make • a chieving a proactive HSE culture to prevent incidents of every type and reducing our en- vironmental footprint whilst maximizing positive impact on society in general. The main goal of this at the heart of MOL Group’s business and have become more crucial than ever. protecting our colleagues. Under certain Guideline elements. Environment MOL GROUP Members please remember that all employees. Impacts element requirements have been incorporated as part of the main management framework. social risks and impact from our operations and products Therefore. to our success in achieving our business targets. Our aim has been to create an overarching Thank you for your continuous support and commitment. our common approach and the joint managers and experts to use in daily operations. health and social impact of our activities as part of day-to-day business. Group Guideline that ensures a strong practical We operate a system to foundation in the context of day-to-day business. safety introduced a live. updated edition of the HSE Management System Handbook is a collection of shorter. Preventing This refreshed HSE MS manual provides for shorter. Zsolt Hernádi József Molnár Donna Darzentas Chairman and CEO Group CEO SVP – SD & HSE Group SD & HSE . Group SD & HSE has been closely • • improve our high standard of emergency response capability support climate protection initiatives cooperating with the various Businesses and • • • conserve natural values and biodiversity ensure that contractors’ HSE performance is in line with our standards appraise and reward accordingly employee and contractor HSE performance Functional Units to assess any needs in the field • evaluate and improve our HSE performance and communicate it openly All employees and our contractors have a responsibility to maintain high HSE standards and line and introduce changes where necessary. By clarifying accountabilities in the HSE Enabling our leaders and colleagues to embed HSE 1MOL GROUP field. October 2011 Zsolt Hernádi Chairman and CEO József Molnár GCEO HSE MS lies with everyone in the organisation. Safety and Environment Management System. we have introduced improvements in the framework since the last handbook edition in 2008. We encourage you to contact SD & HSE experts for any as well as to increase HSE awareness will be key additional support you may need in applying the HSE MS manual more effectively. as leaders and experts. Safety. interactive. Safety and Environmental (HSE) management and high level HSE awareness lie the foundation of all HSE management systems at various MOL Group levels. with the necessary support in driving and embedding HSE across the organisation. the Social This Management System Handbook has been designed to provide you. Group Practices have been issued to support the better This new. delivery of these guidelines will contribute to the success of our business strategy. Safety and Environment. our Process Safety Management has also been integrated into Group HSE MS. clearer and more streamlined requirements with accidents. the HSE Toolbox a very useful device for all line We are confident that the refined HSE Management System. HSE and Social Impact Policy furthering the implementation of guidelines. MOL Group relies heavily on an effective and sustainable Dear Colleagues. Health. and so it is essential that our approach to sustainable requirements to support MOL Group’s strategic business objectives. SD & HSE teams. • c ontributing to Sustainable Development by acting responsibly on the environmental. we While these Group-level regulations contain the minimum requirements concerning health. and continuously We are committed to and environmental compliance. in support of the updated HSE MS. contractors. HSE : Health. We operate in a guideline is to define the Group-level Health.4 5 FOREWORD INTRODUCTION April 2014 Operating under risky circumstances daily. management must take a leadership role in this. must reinforce systematic management and implementation. as well as Community Impact hazardous environment on a daily basis. as well as contractors have a responsibility to maintain high HSE standards. and reducing our environmental footprint are the which all MOL Group colleagues must to comply. The Group HSE and Social Impact Policy is Effective Health. On the road towards improved efficiency and increased transparency. Therefore. transparent approach to the MOL Group HSE strategy and management framework than previously. additional measures need to be defined at a local or operating entity refreshed HSE Toolbox. We also aim to promote this policy in non-operation- ally-controlled businesses. and promote our HSE In addition. ensuring culture at all levels of operations. with professional support from the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards and so it supports external certification authorities as well. While the accountability to implement MOL Group Budapest. health and environmental impact of our activities. The Management System has been aligned with responsibilities of all employees in MOL Group. development and risk management relies on our commitment to act responsibly and proactively on the safety. It contains best practices. Our leadership. safety. into our operations and our corporate culture. a better understanding of the overall HSE conditions and requirements at an operating company level. the manual enables all leaders to create and maintain an ownership culture in your teams.

ELEMENT 7: Safe Operation & Work Practices* All recommended reference documents (including compliance checklists. These Technology and standards that are implemented to manage risk. The HSE Toolbox is available on the Group SD & HSE MOS site under The MOL Group environmental footprint is reduced and environmental performance is improved the ‘SD & HSE Strategy. ELEMENT 2: Risk & Change Management* HSE hazards and risks associated with MOL Group activities are identified. and annual targets to drive performance improvement. practices is similar to that of standards: if the OpCo decides to follow another practice. it must be proven that the methodology and procedure is at least as safe and reliable as the practice ELEMENT 9: Environmental Management recommended by the Group. through implementation of requirements to minimize and/or prevent impacts from our operations. assessed and managed to prevent or reduce the likelihood and consequences of incidents. Targets and Regulations’ menu. Planned and unplanned changes must be identified and managed. contractors and visitors are aware of relevant HSE requirements. hazards. Contractors are assessed for their capabilities and competencies to perform work for or on behalf of MOL Group. The Group SD&HSE Management MOS site. The HSE Toolbox is therefore a highly recommended and very Programs to protect employee health and provide medical treatment are in place. Policy. are competent to conduct their activities and behave responsibly. ELEMENT 4: Planning & Targets HSE Planning is an integral part of business planning with strategic objectives. Construction. All plants and assets are operated and maintained according to regulations. programs. procedures process methodologies. risks and controls. Certain elements in the HSE MS Handbook are supplemented by Group Practices (GP). goals. Employees are useful tool for all MOL Group employees to use in day-to-day operations. Regulatory System can be visualised as a pyramid which represents the following elements: ELEMENT 1: Leadership. training materials. construction. and to ensure that their HSE performance is aligned with MOL Group requirements. employees and contractors understand their accountabilities and demonstrate leadership and commitment to Group HSE and Social Impact Policy through visible and effective HSE management. . You can access these on the Group SD & HSE Management MOS site and on the CIP among the “List of valid Regulations”. ELEMENT 6: Design. Commitment & Accountability Leaders. Skills and competencies are regularly assessed. The expectations by the HSE MS Manual and the requirements by the Group Practices are commissioning and decommissioning which enables sound HSE performance throughout the complemented by Local Operative Regulations (LOR) that regulate and apply to all HSE aspects of construction and operational life of the facility. Training & Awareness Employees. etc.6 HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 7 HSE MS MANUAL AND HSE TOOLBOX HSE-MS ELEMENTS IN THE MOL GROUP REGULATORY SYSTEM AT GLANCE The MOL Group Governance System serves as a framework and a tool as it sets rules and provides Elements marked with * are supplemented with Group Practices (GP) that are available at the guidance and best practices for MOL Group Companies on how to operate in an optimum way. daily operations in the OpCos. Using the recommended encouraged to lead a healthy lifestyle. templates. managers. ELEMENT 3: Competence. and HSE Related Documents support MOL Group managers and employees to embed HSE into MOL Group operations as well as ensuring a relevant framework for the implementation of these ELEMENT 8: Health Protection & Promotion* rules as part of corporate culture. This MOL Group HSE Management System document is an overarching Group Guideline that ensures the Group-level governance of HSE and includes basic principles and rules that apply in this ELEMENT 5: Contractor HSE Management* field across the entire organisation. Commissioning & Decommissioning* Assessment and management of HSE risks is an integral part of project design.) are stored in the HSE Toolbox. best practices.

proactive and effective HSE communication and consultation is maintained with stakeholders Date of effect regarding the HSE aspects of our business. investigated and analyzed to prevent recurrence and improve performance. who updates the indicator list by December. Process methodologies. regulatory and voluntary requirements are identified. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND KEY CONTROLS MOL Group uses a set of leading and lagging indicators to measure overall HSE effectiveness and performance. accessible and understood. From the Date of effect. invalid. to protect the workforce. ELEMENT 14: Emergency Planning & Response* Date of implementation Plans. and all annulled Regulation(s) indicated in on page 29 become(s) Incidents are reported. Safety and Environment and Accurate information and documentation is systematically maintained. the Mandatory Business Rules to be regulated on local level shall be implemeneted as Local Operative Regulations by MOL Group Companies ELEMENT 15: Assurance & Audits indicated in the Relevancy Matrix (available at CIP/Regulations/Regulation in the MOL Group/ HSE Performance and systems are monitored. Community Impacts requirements set in order to support MOL Group’s business strategic objectives. Until the Date of implementation. which can be accessed at the Group SD&HSE Management MOS site as well. All recommended reference documents (including but not limited to Compliance checklists. The lifecycle HSE impacts of MOL Group’s products and services are assessed. RESPONSIBILITIES ELEMENT 11: Product Stewardship The implementation is the common responsibility of the Group SD&HSE Senior Vice President. Training materials. the provisions of this Group Guideline are mandatory and ELEMENT 13: Incident Reporting & Investigation* binding for all affected employees. Information & Documentation AIM Applicable legal. procedures and resources are in place to effectively respond to emergency situations. including Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is defined and controlled by Group SD & HSE. The main goal of this Group Guideline is to define the Group level Health. Implementation of Group Guidelines shall be started as published on Group SD&HSE Corrective actions are applied and learnings shared.8 HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 9 GUIDELINE OBJECTIVES AND CONTEXT ELEMENT 10: Requirements. Businesses and Operating Companies can apply more specific and relevant indicators which will be used to measure their performances.) are stored in the HSE Toolbox. Group SD & HSE shall inform relevant HSE contacts in advance. DATE OF EFFECT AND DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION ELEMENT 12: Communication & Consultation Open. audited and reviewed to identify trends. BUSINESS RULES ELEMENT 16: Social Impacts All expectations in the HSE Group Guideline are mandatory. Compulsory records to be retained are indicated below each Element. Templates. measure Relevancy Matrix). Recommended practices. The list in effect is available at the Group SD&HSE Management MOS site. The local CEO/Managing Director is Accountable for the communicated to customers and users to enable responsible usage. etc. progress. 01 February 2014. products into manufacturing or operation is controlled. and to preserve the company’s assets and reputation. Relevant glossary of each Group Practices Managing the social impacts of our operations enhances the trust of the communities where is attached to the GP itself. . Usage of indicators. If list is modified during the year. assess compliance and drive continuous improvement. we operate. managed and local CEOs and local SD&HSE Managers. Introduction of new hazardous implementation. environment and public. 31 October 2014. Management MOS site.

7 HSE issues. Employees. two-way communication with employees. I. Action Plans and objectives Performance (organizational and individual) management related documents . setting a personal example to follow b. Leaders must engage in clear. authorities and accountabilities must be clearly established. implemented and supported throughout the organisation. reports retained HSE Strategies.10 HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BUSINESS RULES 11 BUSINESS RULES I. Leadership. discussing and reviewing progress against HSE targets d. I.4 Roles. responsibilities.10 refuse to work in circumstances that may cause HSE harm. reinforce and reward HSE performance. Employees and contractors must understand that they have the right and responsibility to stop work or I. Commitment & Accountability I. Leaders must be fully aware and demonstrate visible leadership and proactive commitment towards HSE excellence through: a. communicating HSE requirements to employees clearly I. Leaders must integrate Group HSE targets into their business targets as well as business and personal performance evaluation systems.11 Leaders must have the knowledge and skills to apply management system tools.9 and desired behavior. and to immediately bring these situations to the attention of management. initiatives I. contractors and third parties on I. I.6 managerial HSE Forum. recognising good practice f.2 HSE Strategy. Leaders must ensure HSE trainings in their area of responsibilities. demonstrating personal participation in HSE initiatives e.8 consequences of inappropriate conduct. applying progressive consequence Leaders must integrate HSE issues as first agenda points into management meetings or set up equivalent I. I. plans and objectives are Business responsibility. Guidelines and rules Records Meeting agendas indicating the incorporation of HSE topics to be Managers’ site inspection records. innovation. Local version of the HSE and Social Impact Policy Documented Management System. contractors and customers must be aware of proper HSE behaviour expected from them and I.5 c. Systems must be in place that recognize.3 Systems for HSE management must be established.1 Everyone in MOL Group is personally responsible for HSE (at his/her level).

the affected department leader(s) must perform extraordinary training on the III. assessments. Identified risks. III. task related. Training plans and calendars must be synchronized with HR for best resource management. processes and materials Identified risks. III. Work safety rules c.9 III.7 d. Risk & Change Management III. HSE Policy II. Refreshing training requirements including frequency (yearly frequency is recommended) and topics: The methodology used for risk assessment must be selected appropriately to the complexity of the induction and practical training topics. direct. workplace. Hazards of work places.6 Risk maps must be available on Business and legal entity level. therefore all changes must be accordingly re-assessed from risks point of view. Fire-protection Management of change process must be in place in PSM relevant businesses to assess.2 materials indicate high risk of serious process incident (fire or explosion) occurrence. . first-aid assistance. preventive. PSM relevant technologies/operations must be compliant with relevant PSM requirements defined in II. accounting for personnel. III.5 New hires have to be trained before starting work individually.10 After returning to work after more than 6 months of break the employee must be regarded as a new PSM Audit questionnaires. Competence. Temporary operating manual (if applicable) III.9 Language and cultural circumstances must be considered when planning and delivering/performing training. assessments related to changes must be subject to the same rigorous review that is applied to new processes and activities.3 assessed activities/workplaces. preventive.10 hire and be trained accordingly.2 Legally required HSE qualifications must be met for specific jobs. new HSE requirements becoming effective since the last training.12 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 13 Employee and contractor/supplier HSE and process safety competencies and training needs must be II. After serious incidents. Risk II. and notification of regulatory agencies and fire- fighting efforts.training shall cover safe and prompt shutdown of facilities. d. b. processes and activities can potentially invalidate prior risk III.1 knowledge and skill in managing process safety are maintained. control and mitigation measures must be communicated to all relevant II. etc.4 c. control and manage all f. III. regularly review and document health. company level. documented and periodically reviewed. Technology and workplace related risk assessments Records Risk assessment schedule/program (for periodic risk assessment) Employees working in Process Safety Critical Jobs must be trained at least on following: to be Risk Map(s) a. Emergency response and control procedures .11 HSE and Process Safety Critical Jobs and relevant competencies including training needs must be determined. refresher training must take place periodically. A system must be in place to identify.6 e. facilities and processes. Specific process or job task training . retained Recommendations and their tracking b.1 and environment related hazards and risks associated with all activities (including project definition and Written procedures must exist to govern HSE Competency Assessments and Training procedures at implementation. students and part time employees. safety II. Practical training requirements if applicable. selection and placement processes must be in place to ensure that personnel are qualified. III. assess.5 for regular reviews must be in place. First-aid knowledge II. Content.12 c. coordination 1 Proposed content of Fire Hazard Analysis – see Risk Assessment HSE Toolbox package with site and local emergency response groups. Written procedure on Risk and Change Management III. to ensure recommendations are implemented. length of the induction HSE Training and the way of examination. Requirements regarding the training of visitors. operation. It must contain the following: a. Rules in case of fire & emergency rules proper authorization of changes.3 identified. Fire Hazard Analysis1 must be available for all operations and plants where the amounts of flammable b. manage.8 A test for understanding must be carried out after the training. III. Environmental protection employees and affected parties. II. control and mitigation measures must be documented and tracking system II.8 h.specific safety and health risks and procedures and safe work Change authorization documentation practices applicable to an employee’s assignment. Basic operational skills. i. process experience and minimum levels of Recruitment.4 Risk assessment must be conducted by competent personnel with appropriate knowledge and experience.13 be in place to ensure that minimum levels of specific. competent and physically and mentally able to meet job requirements.). Induction Training materials must contain the following topics as a minimum: a. III. Life Saving Rules Changes (even temporary) in operations.14 lessons learnt points to prevent recurrence. III. II. lessons learned from incidents. technologies. Work-hygiene critical changes to organization/personnel. The system must also assure g. essential communication and training so that all affected businesses can successfully manage new risks. II. notification of affected parties.7 The induction HSE Training must be held by competent person. Training & Awareness Criteria and local regulation regarding management of change of process safety critical personnel must III.

HSE Planning is an integrated part of Business Planning. Contractors must be encouraged to report unsafe acts and conditions. Functional Unit. monitored and reviewed. management as decided by leadership.1 must be identified. tasks. . CAPEX and OPEX needs and other resources and they must be Contractors must be trained on HSE principles prior commencing any work. communicated. Hazards and risks associated with contractor activities V. It must be ensured that the Contractors are in control of their own activities. All contracted or ordered tasks to be completed safely. their monitoring must be V. resources and time frames to achieve HSE targets and objectives.14 Company(ies). IV. company and Group level measureable HSE objectives and targets. nomination of data owner to each HSE (K)PI. IV. to be (Key) Performance Indicators retained HSE Programs and Action Plans MOL Group companies.1.8 incorporated into Business Plan.7 MOL Group must be in place and used. Availability of the company resources. Findings of previous HSE audits (internal and external) and relevant improvement actions.11 For reference see details in HSE_1_G5.4 To compile an annual HSE Action Plan the following inputs must be considered: performed in necessary frequency. taking into account the relevant HSE risks. safety rule violations as well as incidents.13 b.16 responsibility to take action(s) on the basis of the information. Visitors and others not permanently working for MOL Group must be informed about basic local HSE Company level regulation must exist for local reporting requirements including company responsible. Planning & Targets The data gathered. and consider technological aspects. or safe work practices. IV. HSE Planning at all level must be in line with the HSE & Social Impact Policy and with approved HSE IV. Business and/ work in a safe and environmentally sound manner. Principles of progressive disciplinary/consequence application must be followed in case of safety rule f. to be Required Professional HSE related qualifications IV. CODO & DODO Annual HSE Action Plan(s) must be updated and communicated when significant change(s) or new III. projects and programs) must be put in place and include entire duration of the contract. HSE training needs. data gathering process. Group Strategic Objectives.6 violations.1 Contractor HSE Management Global Operative Regulation. Contractors must be pre-screened and/or pre-qualified depending on contract risk category to perform V.15 improvement actions and decisions.12 rules (before entering site). HSE risk map. communicated and managed throughout the procurement process and the Annual HSE Action Plan (actions.14 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 15 Induction and yearly refresher training must be held for Filling Station staff (COCA. assessed. V. unsafe acting or creation of unsafe conditions.16 IV. deadlines. d. IV. strategic goals and objectives. Aggregated data must be used for management reviews and as input for for continuous HSE IV. III. action plans and targets must be monitored on on-going basis by responsible persons and III. Performance. Business requirements and the interests of stakeholders Contractual works must be carefully planned. leading and lagging indicators IV.2 Action Plan must be approved and communicated by relevant management level (Group. The reported data. IV.7 or company).5 V.5 IV. the analysis result must be shared with line Management. HSE & Social Impact policy. They must be consistent with the MOL Group level HSE targets.15 IV. in accordance with established procedures and/ V. identification of data source of each HSE (K)PI. Contractors/Suppliers working permanently or temporarily on MOL Group sites must be trained.9 c. Competency assessment records The following minimum aspects must be regulated: Records Training records a. nomination of approval of (K)PI report. A system for post-evaluation of Contractors involved in medium and/or high risk category contracts with V. development(s) occur(s). Group and Business Performance Indicators must be used to measure HSE performance IV. Stakeholders’ expectations. Group level HSE Targets and (Key) Performance Indicators Records Business and affected Functional Unit(s)/Flagship HSE Strategic Objectives. its schedule must always be harmonized with IV. As a minimum.3 in Businesses and in affected Functional Unit(s). d. must serve as basis for analysis and for future improvement(s) of MOL Group IV. requirement of relevant HSE legislations. legal requirements.17 IV. Targets. b. Interfaces between contract owner/site owner and contractors must be identified and managed.4 HSE KPIs must be incorporated into employee’s and managerial performance system. HSE (liability) assessment reports. Contractor HSE Management that are documented. e.6 responsibilities. establish the process of reporting HSE (K)PIs.2 Strategy and annual strategic objectives. a. on proposed step(s). V. who have the IV. for their Business Unit(s) and affected Functional Unit(s) must annually set: All records proving data correctness on Business.10 operation modes).3 HSE spend/costs must be considered. retained Required PSM records c.1 the MOL Group planning calendar.

relevant industry codes and standards.documentation to be Written procedure on Quality Assurance (PSM relevant) retained Quality control procedures Records from tests and inspections Records from PSSRs (PSM relevant) .2 and quality assurance requirements must be established. and consider provisions for maintenance.3 exceed regulatory requirements. A commissioning plan must be documented and approved so that it incorporates HSE risk management VI.8 Pre-start-up review must be conducted and documented to confirm that the facility is safe to start-up. Operational. Design review process must ensure that HSE risks and related considerations are effectively identified. no later than V. HSE specifications VI. VI. During facility design and construction.7 and defines responsibilities and competencies. VI. modification. plant and equipment conform to required standards for start-up and operability. VI.16 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 17 Single Service Companies of MOL Group must have a valid certificate based on SCC/SCCP. maintenance and HSE expertise must be integrated early in the project/design phase. relevant legal requirements/procedures defining technical integrity. sites/plant. VI. VI. Commissioning & Decommissioning The planning.4 emissions and discharges minimisation must be considered.9 Decommissioning plan must be established prior to decommissioning. Records about decision on risk category and work complexity Pre-screening questionnaire Pre-screening/pre-qualification/process deviation approval records Records Pre-screening/pre-qualification records/database to be HSE plan retained HSE audit/inspection/observation etc.8 December 31. social and environmental impacts.1 take into account known and projected HSE aspects and risks. Project HSE plans. 2015. technical and HSE risks. decommissioning. equipment and workplaces must VI. Technical standards for design. disposal and closure.5 addressed and documented. understood and their implementation must be verified. The plan must ensure that the facility.6 Experiences from previous projects and current operations must be applied. construction and commissioning (including any modifications) must meet or VI. Recognized and generally accepted good engineering practises (RAGAGEP). documented. process safety and risk management principles must be applied. Construction. Design. Project HSE plan Final design documentation (as built) Records Equipment design basis . records Permits to work On site review meeting memo Post-evaluation records/database VI. design and selection of new technologies.

VIII.1 identified and their inventory must be available. inspection. VIII. Safety critical operational processes and activities must be identified and executed according to Task/job related health screenings (fitness for duty medical evaluations) of all employees must be VII.e. and others who may be affected. including All activities must be developed and implemented in accordance with relevant local/international IX. implemented and maintained to ensure that all health and Chemical.g.) must be maintained through appropriate testing and maintenance programs. The hazard related exposures or risks must be assessed and regularly revised by competent personnel. physical. wellness must be in place. shutdown.2 safe work practices. hoists and lifting equipment Each company must establish an environmental management system.7 and equipment. Records Personal certifications for operating hazardous machinery (e. documented and maintained to ensure the ongoing integrity of plant Records Fitness for duty records VII. Environmental Impact Assessment. emergency- VII.g. authorized and carried out in a way that ensures health and safety of the employees and based on complexity of operation. basic first contractors involved. by-passing or deactivation. fork lift operator) or performing high to be risk activity (e. . VIII. calibration and to be Medical protocols certification of equipment at frequencies that meet legal and manufacturer requirements. ENVID etc. Relevant PSM element audit questionnaires Copies of open/closed PTWs Internal standards defined in other regulations and/or HSE Toolbox must be followed.9 circumstances that may cause fire or explosion in operational areas. VII.5 A formal program to return to work/fitness for duty and to promote health. overriding.18 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 19 VII.3 documented regulations to ensure appropriate control and safe operation. VIII.5 operations) environmental aspects must be assessed with an appropriate tool (e. the more stringent Training diaries requirements must be followed. retained Housekeeping records Catering hygiene and food safety records VII. Plant and equipment must be operated and maintained within design parameters. performed regularly in line with local legal and MOL Group requirements. For all major projects (new activities. These must include procedures for maintenance. environmental legislative and regulatory requirements. First aid facilities and/or ready access to adequate medical services must be ensured at every worksite VII. A management process must be in place by which all new external and internal legislative and regulatory IX.4 planned. and others who may be affected. Urgent off-site emergency medical service (including medical evacuation) must be available within the local legal requirements and at least within 4 hours Hazardous energy control and isolation process must be established that ensures health and safety of even in case of the most remote worksite.3 where there are differences between internal requirements and legal requirements. Sampling results Medical records Systems must be established. An appropriate fire prevention system must be operated and maintained to prevent the evolvement of IX. PPE etc. testing.1 management of temporary disarming. number of employees and remoteness of the worksite (i. Health Protection & Promotion Safe systems of works must be established.3 VIII.11 Appropriate controls must be implemented to prevent road accidents in line with the Road Safety principles. using systems and VII.2 developments are tracked. VII. their impact on the business is assessed and the compliance actions are Relevant Local operative regulation(s) incorporated into the business planning process. which may be part of the HSE IX. Permit to work process must be established to ensure that hazardous.2 Health exposures or risks must be managed through preventative and protection measures.8 Any modification of operating or design limits must be subject to a Management of Change (MoC) process.1 safety related risks are adequately managed.4 aid to full scale medics/paramedics intervention). to effectively identify and control key environmental impacts and risks. biological. psychological/psycho-social and ergonomics workplace hazards must be VII. rigger) in line with local legislation Management tools retained Incident database (including Life Saving Rule violations) Certifications and inspection documents of cranes. facility developments and/or significant modification of existing IX. Environmental Management VII. Scaffold handover tag template Operating procedures and records etc. In situations Gas detector certifications and calibration documents IX. Own staff as well as contractors must exercise safe behaviour. Legal requirements and internal standards The reliability and availability of protective systems and equipment (critical alarm.10 response.).5 the employees and contractors involved. follow safe operational rules as well as VII. Safe Operation & Work Practices VIII.g.6 procedures that manage the HSE risk.4 Certifications and/or inspection documents of personal fall protection systems and other PPE Management System. non-routine work is assessed.

track. groundwater and surface waters. to minimise the waste generation.20 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 21 Application of best available techniques (BAT) must be considered in the design phase of project Spill and Loss Prevention: IX. Special attention must be focused on hazardous and/or high volume wastes. solidification) must be assessed in order to procedure(s) to: make the choice of final disposal easier or more economical. odour:Impacts related to light pollution. Application of the most environmental friendly and economically feasible methods to inventory. reduce. understand legal requirements and distribute them among departments to ensure compliance .15 be revised when the case (i. centrifuging.8 according to local legal requirements and MOL Group requirements water. that leaks and spills are Environmental permits and licence to operate prevented.14 Recommended practice: engagement with stakeholders (e. X. b. An energy management plan must be developed with the aim to reduce energy consumption. Wastewater discharges must be monitored. Hazardous and non-hazardous waste inventory and classification and a waste management Biodiversity Action Plan programme must be developed.12 IX. logistic depot. c. reuse. the environment and community must IX. Operating companies X.11 including any residues from treatment b. etc. to identify the ultimate end point of treatment and disposal for all wastes. efficiency of operations and minimize water usage and losses. National Parks. as determined by the site-specific risk assessment.g. Feasibility Businesses and/or Operating companies must develop. a. in water discharge characteristics) in accordance with international/local legal requirements and internal requirements (if any) Environmental reports – emission inventories d. c. etc) Environmental liabilities of operations appointed for closure (including for a temporary period). developed in accordance with Risk and Change Management Regulation b. filtration. A location specific assessment of water related risk to operations. Requirements. NMVOC. products and services (e. implement and maintain a documented of pre-treatment of waste (e. be clarified.7 decommissioning. CH4. recycle and recover waste wherever practicable Legal and other requirements must be identified via the waste management programme and implemented based on the specificity of each site. transportation.9 b. and waste water is discharged only to the designated discharge points. remove. Information & Documentation IX. noise. Water discharge limits must Light pollution.1 shall monitor additional laws and regulations affecting activities outside the range of Group HSE monitoring activities).g. b. costs. Based on the risk assessment. abandonment and divestment must be assessed and their control/management must contamination of land. a spill prevention plan/programme must be in place so as to avoid IX. monitored and reported a.) be in place in accordance with Risk and Change Management Regulation b. b. The statements of the Biodiversity Action Plan have to be evaluated annually. A location specific risk assessment must be elaborated for the protection of soil and underground IX. A risk assessment process associated with hazardous material (including oil) spills must be developed taking into account the site specificity (upstream operation. vibration and odour must IX. The Biodiversity Action Plan has to be taken into account in the project planning phase.) must be monitored and remedial action must be taken to clean up the contamination to the satisfaction of the local reported in accordance with local legal requirements and MOL Group requirements regulatory authorities or to a level that will avoid undue risk to human health or ecological receptors.vibration. green NGOs. GHG emission plans covering direct and indirect emissions must be in place. to be Energy Management Plan retained Environmental (and Social) Impact Assessment Waste management: Water pollution emergency plans a. implemented and reviewed in case of change in Water management: operation or legal requirements in each site which is in/adjacent to environmentally sensitive area. review. a. whichever is the more stringent. The contamination of soil and groundwater from past and current operation must be assessed and GHG emission at least every 5 years at all sites selected on a risk basis. control and reduce air emissions must be ensured. The programme must contain as minimum the following steps: methods to appropriately manage the waste. when business activities or processes change that could result in changes be assessed and managed. Opportunities to eliminate. Operations must ensure. All key air emissions (such as SOx. particulate matter. b. noise.6 development. maintained and reviewed on a regular basis.13 groundwater contamination is suspected/found.e.10 IX. that hazardous substances are handled safely. etc. NOx. IX. Processes must be in place to track water consumptions and plans must be developed to increase the c. complying with Records Waste management plan applicable discharge limits. An Emergency Response Plan (ERP) developed based on assessed risks including those relating to potential hazardous materials spills must be in place in accordance with the Emergency Planning and Key Environmental Elements Response Regulation. Green House Gases (GHG) and Energy Efficiency: Soil and groundwater protection: a.g. A Biodiversity action plan (BAP) must be developed. the cause of the contamination must be investigated Air emissions: and mitigation measures must be taken to prevent further contamination from that source and a. A location specific air emission risk assessment must be in place in accordance with Risk and Change Management Regulation Biodiversity a. a. characterized and documented. In the event that significant soil and/or IX. identify and access all legal requirements and other requirements to which the operating company subscribes and that are applicable to its activities.

process/ technology design bases and equipment design bases. to be applicable to an operating company indicating the compliance status retained List of other (e. OHSAS 18001. identifiable and traceable.2 or other specific industry recommended practices (e.6 HSE Group Guideline.8 re-approved. title.9 identification (e. voluntary) requirements to which an operating company subscribes Records verifying compliance with legal and other requirements XI. X. must have a system to ensure continuous X. consent orders. market distribution. Records must be retained according to the rules of MOL Group’s Document management Global X. approver. Controlled HSE documents must contain as a minimum: owner.g. Controlled HSE documents must be approved prior to issue. etc. authorization. X. use. Business where Process Safety Management is relevant. ISO 14001.2 and restriction on their manufacture. Product Stewardship Ownership of Product Stewardship within MOL Group and relevant member companies must be XI. IADC) this/these system(s) must be fully harmonized with MOL Group HSE MS requirements Information and Documentation Information necessary for identification and understanding HSE hazards derived from MOL Group X.5 are involved in operation or maintenance of PSM relevant technologies/operations. date of revision. and after any update documents must be X.).10 regulation and remain legible. etc. OGP. . registration XI.. certificates of operation. X. HSE Documents and Information must exist in languages understandable to the affected employees. number. X. disposal or recycle).1 assigned and responsibilities for individual Product Stewardship process steps must be defined.g.4 up-to-date status and availability of process safety information package – hazard of material. development. The following documents are regarded as controlled HSE documents: HSE and Social Impact Policy. Group Level Regulations. Product stewardship process must identify risks related to dangerous substances/products at an early stage and manage those risks along the value chain (i. Relevant process safety information must be communicated to all employees (own or contractors) who X. HSE Local Operative Regulations. scope and applicability. thereby enabling adequate protection of human health and the environment. Records List of permits. date of effect. certificates by external companies. List of applicable HSE legal and/or regulatory requirements.g.7 contractors and other parties.g.3 activities and operations must be kept continuously in up-to-date status.e.22 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 23 In case a company has other standard based requirement system(s) in force e.

including XIV. XIII. A product dossier must be established for all dangerous products bringing together all the Sustainability Reports information that the company holds on a product throughout the lifecycle. implemented and reviewed regularly.1 All HSE incidents must be reported.3 participation and leadership from outside the Business Unit concerned. External HSE communication requests Records Periodic re-assessments must be conducted if product specification changes. those on nearby operations and communities. For major incidents and HiPo incidents.5 packaging and labelling standards (national and/or international – e. international standards and made available.6 including regulators. Records of assessment and re-assessment must be Communications received form regulators and non-governmental organizations retained kept up-to-date. Relevant lessons learned must be shared across the organization with stakeholders. Newsflash XII. and others retained as appropriate. Communication & Consultation HSE near-misses. Emergency Planning & Response External stakeholder inquiries and complaints must be recorded. RID etc). procedures and resources must be available to effectively respond to emergency situations in must be directed to SD & HSE Manager.3 to be review of adverse effects reported or experienced. XII. mitigated and relevant learnings XIII. and to preserve the MOL Group assets and reputation. crisis management plans as well as business continuity/disaster recovery XII. answered and investigated (if relevant) XII.2 Rules of MOL Group. including a re-call process for XI. A procedure for dealing with complaints and inquiries must be in place. In case of process incidents the XI.8 line with the national and/or international standards related to carriage of dangerous goods (e.8 communicated. The SD & HSE Manager must retain copies of all written communications from external parties.4 The root causes of incidents must be identified so that actions can be taken to prevent their recurrence. on HSE matters for the predefined time period based on the Record Retention Systems must be in place to identify potential emergency scenarios and their likely impact. GHS).6 Group for pre-approval – before finalizing the report. An audit process must be in place and operation to ensure control over implementation of operational XIII. selection of relevant Safety Data Sheet with Exposure Scenarios XIII.1 Incident investigation reports incl. Open and proactive communications must be established and maintained with employees.1 order to protect the workforce. XI.3 HSE communication plan must be developed. Safety Data Sheets must be developed in line with national and/or failed PSM element(s) must be identified. communities and all others stakeholders.4 Safety Councils must be set up and operated taking into account relevant legal requirements. investigated and analyzed in a timely manner.5 the risk and recurrence of incidents and near-misses (all recommendations should be in the form of Transportation of dangerous goods ensured or contracted by MOL Group member company must be in measurable actions with clearly-defined responsible parties and time scales for implementation). safety and environmental hazards and risk associated with their normal use and potential misuse. if any. safety XIII.g.g. XIII.3 department .2 External and internal communication must present the company’s HSE commitment. public organizations. Records Preventive Action defined to avoid recurrence XII. Initial incident consequence classification must be performed for People. XII. plans must be aligned.6 and environmental information.4 (where applicable) and related operational conditions (OC) and risk management measures (RMM). CLP. Incident Reporting & Investigation XI. the relevant investigation reports must be submitted to MOL XIII.2 Packaging and labelling of dangerous products put on market must be in line with classification. to prevent such incidents recurring. ADN. Reputation (PEAR) or HiPo categories when reporting the incident. XI. High risk incidents and major incidents must be investigated by a multi-functional/level team with A system must be in place to respond to emergency requests for MOL Group product health. environment. All HSE relevant communication with media must be pre-approved by the relevant Communication Emergency response plans. conditions and risk management measures defined in relevant Exposure Scenarios (ESs). mitigated. including collection and Internal/external communication materials – Communication approvals XI.7 XIV. to be Internal communication on lessons learned retained Reports extracted from incident investigation documents XII.5 and must be regularly reviewed by the managemen. Information gathered from incidents must be analyzed to identify lessons learned and to monitor to be Labels.7 trends. contractors. Communications concerning HSE performance Plans.24 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 25 New product assessments must be conducted prior introduction to market in order to identify and address HSE Communication Plan (can be part of overall communication plan) health. safety and environmental hazards. . ADR. XIV. unsafe acts and unsafe condition must be reported. XII. XIII. Records List of identified uses of substances. the public and customers. and XIII.7 Corrective and preventive actions must be identified and prioritized aiming to eliminate or reduce dangerous products where defect could give rise to health. XIV. Safety Council meeting minutes and related action plans A control process must be in place and operation for introduction of new hazardous products into the manufacturing or operation process incl. recorded. near-misses regulatory agencies. or authorized designee to determine an appropriate response. Environment Assets.

Social impacts in proposal phase: social impact survey/estimation must be part of new project (including A documented risk based Group Audit Program must be established to evaluate progress toward HSE XVI.6 Emergency plans must be updated based on evaluation and lessons learned. MOL Group level.7 b. . incident investigations. (2) identification of risks of XV. Such HSE Plan for management and mitigation of risks: At least the following negative impacts must be assessed XV. carried out and evaluated. Social Impact Assessment (SIA) (may be integrated part of Environmental Impact Assessments): a.5 b. Regular management reviews (e. XV. operations and XVI.12 Findings from audits must be documented. It must be decided if preparation of Social XV.1 fulfilled with individual plans/systems or can be covered by higher (e. regulatory compliance and effectiveness of the management system. Meetings and consultations with adequate frequency. XV. Impact Assessment is necessary. Impact on cultural heritages.1 performance must be monitored. c. c.2 significant extensions) and field abandonment proposals. XV. audits. through a.8 d. implementation.g: HSE Committee Meeting. PSM compliance audit must be done by d. HSE Business Review) must be conducted. Findings from lessons learned processes (e. avoided in all reasonable cases. XIV. Through appointed focal points (e. In operational phase the following must be in place Businesses/Operations where Process Safety Management (PSM) is relevant must implement a PSM XV. Results of periodic compliance evaluation Resources.5 near-misses.2 targets. PSM self-assessments must address local laws and regulations relative to PSM and assess system XV. PSM relevant records PSM audit reports Evaluation report of an emergency drill Records Report on emergency response to be XVI.g. of PSM implementation. safety and general living conditions of the local communities – any disproportionate negative impact must be avoided. company.26 BUSINESS RULES BUSINESS RULES 27 Emergency response plan(s) must be appropriately communicated to all affected employees. including equipment and warning/alerting devices. Records Annual Group level and local Audit Plan to be Self-assessment reports Emergency response preparedness simulations and drills must be scheduled.4 contractors. SIA must clearly decide if a risk management plan is necessary or impact monitoring is sufficient. SIA must include (1) baseline assessment (only in development phase). implemented. and system effectiveness in each process unit. Assurance & Audits The expectations are different in project development. XV. Nomination of one company representatives responsible for negotiations with local communities. operational and abandonment phases. Impact on indigenous people – prior and informed consent of such groups must be gained. and to all visitors and other relevant third parties. Performance must be periodically evaluated and improved. Social Impacts Annual training plan for emergency response team/unit retained Maintenance/test records of emergency equipment Implementation of the following expectations must be ensured at site level. Grievance register and management system: offering the possibility of reporting of grievances. a. required for emergency response and Audit reports XIV. its elaboration.5 recovery activities must be available.4 XV. retained PSM Self-assessment reports XIV. country) level systems. maintained. Impact on health.4 Auditors must have appropriate qualification and experience in auditing. XV. Site level compliance can be XVI. behaviour observation. followed-up and shared with all interested parties d. and managed: Records must be retained.) must be prioritized. SIA must be prepared in line with local legislation.3 Compliance with relevant legal HSE requirements must be assessed regularly. tracked and resolved within the required deadline. and tested.10 XVI. PSM compliance audit system must exist on MOL Group level. Companies must conduct self-assessments to declare the extent of their conformance with this HSE XVI. etc. Relevant sections of Social Engagement Handbook of MOL Group must be taken into account during in MOL Group. Records of management reviews must be retained. traditional landscapes. HSE Due Diligence must be performed before any company acquisition. c.g.9 self-assessment system defined in written procedure and must prepare PSM self-assessment plan which Grievance management system: Community engagement and grievance management must be ensured ensures that each hazardous process will receive a self-assessment at least once within three years.3 b. Resettlement of local communities – involuntary resettlement (physical and economic) must be Management System. XV. performance.11 internal or external resources to ensure independent verification ensuring their investigation and management.g. divestiture or merger. community relationship officers and/or HSE advisors).6 Due Diligence must identify risks and potential costs related to all HSE issues at the company concerned. Business level and company level HSE (including Process Safety Management) Project development and abandonment phase: XV. evaluated and reported in a way that it must be verified both within Assessments must be performed for investments and for abandonments: the company and externally.

as of 3 February 2014. Safety and Environment Management System d. DATE OF EFFECT b.1. Above described tasks must be implemented in line with the Social Engagement Handbook of MOL Group.2008 (Global Operative Regulation) Product Stewardship HSE_1_G11_1. Education of locals and employing local experts.1 1 01. HSE_1_G4. HSE_1_G9_1.09.1 1 30.04.12. Contracting local suppliers and building capacities through local supply chain initiatives in line with local Waste Management procurement principles).2008 (Global Operative Regulation) HSE Self-assessments HSE_1_G15_2. on more developed HSE Target Setting & Planning XVI. HSE_1 1 07.2009 (Global Operative Regulation) Grievance records HSE Document and Record Control HSE_1_G10_1.2011.04. Health.09.1 1 01.2011 (Global Operative Regulation) Records Plan for mitigation of social impacts to be Stakeholder engagement strategy including stakeholder map (annually updated) Risk based environmental remediation retained Social investment plan HSE_1_G9_3.2008 (Global Operative Regulation) HSE Communication and Consultation HSE_1_G12_1. Social investment activities considering MOL Group corporate giving principles and local development priorities – on less developed areas focusing on basic (infrastructural) needs. Identification of key stakeholder groups and key stakeholders. Contributing to local development programs as required by governments.12.1.2009 (Global Operative Regulation) HSE Audits HSE_1_G15_1. Identification of key issues by stakeholders. Grievance management and reporting of results. XVI.2008 (Global Operative Regulation) a.2008 (Global Operative Regulation) HSE Performance Monitoring & Reporting HSE_1_G15_3. evaluated.1 1 01.6 ID TITLE (TYPE OF REGULATION) VERSION NO.1 1 01. (Global Operative Regulation) . At least the following aspects must be taken into consideration: a.04. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Management Social Impact Assessments HSE_1_G9_2.09. 2008 (Group Guideline) Local social engagement plan: It must be ensured that both governments and local communities benefit HSE Competencies & Training from our operations through the following: HSE_1_G3.1 1 01.1 2 30.12.1 1 30.7 areas a broader variety of support should be considered.28 BUSINESS RULES ANNULMENTS 29 ANNULMENTS Social impact management: community relations and issues must be continuously assessed and All below regulations are annulled by the effective HSE MS regulations.2008 (Global Operative Regulation) b.12. c.1 1 01.1 2 01.08.09.2009 (Global Operative Regulation) d.1 1 01. c.

Transported goods categorized by ADR that have the potential to pose a significant risk to the Undesired. Reported as CO2 equivalent. water. or anything that is or may be substituted for something else. culturally Environment significant sites and social aspects) and their interaction. Company employees. transaction. Dangerous good health and safety of people or the environment. The atmospheric gases responsible for causing global warming and climate change. processes. from a currently established extends from within an operation to the global system. temporary. Most records are documents. materials or the environment. the environment or the community. labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures. technology. This includes changes to Change personnel. injury. other requirements. CAPEX Capital expenditure flora. smoke or charring). if required. perfluorocarbons (PFCs) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6). or a combination of these.30 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY 31 GLOSSARY TERM DEFINITION TERM DEFINITION European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods DODO Dealer Owned Dealer Operated ADN by Inland Waterways. evidence of combustion (flame. An abnormal occurrence that can pose a threat to the safety or health of employees. systems. release to the environment or other HSE-related Hazardous Substances that have the potential to pose a significant risk to the health and safety of people loss. The environment in this context A deviation. Environmental impacts and risks identification is a commonly used methodology for systematic A systematic. contractor employees and 3rd parties to Fatality factors affecting or affected by the organisation. Less prevalent –but COCA Company Owned Comission Agent Greenhouse Gases very powerful– greenhouse gases are hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). Surroundings in which MOL Group operates. The major GHG – GHGs are carbon dioxide (CO2). An exercise intended to train people in duties and escape procedures to be followed Emergency drill Assessment programs and process regulations based on general process criteria and the professional in case of emergency. or local communities. ecosystems. (HW) normal operation b) emergency events c) resulting from construction/demolition d) Documents but not all documents are records. CLP Regulation on classification. or which can cause damage to assets or the environment. CODO Company Owned Dealer Operated Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. . Source or situation with a potential for harm in terms of injury or illness. Harm A significant and/or long-lasting adverse impact on people. etc. Hazardous process and explosions) with potential for causing serious injury to people and/or significant property or environmental damage Decommisioning Planned shut-down or removal of a building. managed as discreet units in the HSE management system. remediation.g. A document becomes a record when it is part of a business from past operations. The process and activities related to the cessation of the operating life of an operation following Closure a decision to close the operation which ends following abandonment. accident. undesirable trends in HSE metrics. criteria set by the organisation are fulfilled. risks. land. in physical or electronic Hazardous waste In MOL Group HW is categorized according to source of waste production: a) arising from form. equipment. including air. be planned/reported separately. obligations. Hazards damage to the environment. methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N20). physical and social accidents caused to third parties. dangerous release of materials or energy (e. plant and equipment. Death resulting from work related injury or occupational illness. damage to property. Emergency ADR International Carriage Of Dangerous Goods By Road customers. and external environmental. fires.. At Group level 3rd party fatalities will not be reported externally. An unplanned combustion. plant. non-conformance with MOL or regulatory Corrective action requirements. either permanent. habitats.. Examples may include breakdown of controls. The GHS is a United Controlled HSE Documents pertinent to effective HSE MS planning. published or unpublished. fauna. from operation or usage Waste featuring one or several hazardous characteristics listed in the local applicable legislation. decommissioning. through standard symbols and phrases on the packaging labels and through safety data sheets Action designed to correct an undesirable HSE problem or defect in the management system. fire. A systematic and documented review of the effectiveness of implementation of HSE processes. toxic or corrosive discharges. It includes electrical arcs that also involve a subsequent fire or Fire rehabilitation and. operations and risk control and exist to GHS Nations system to identify hazardous chemicals and to inform users about these hazards documents ensure continual improvement. baseline. illness. or incremental. natural resources. legislation. judgment of experienced assessors. etc. soil. including the fatalities due to commitments. biodiversity. documents. independent and documented process for obtaining audit evidence and ENVID and structured environmental and social impact and risk assessment at different project stages Audit evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which the management systems audit and during operations. Structured units of recorded information. is kept as evidence of that transaction and is managed within a record keeping system. humans (including human artefacts.

safety or the environment resulting from the organization’s aspects. Application of a management system and controls (programs. All equipment (including clothing) which is intended to be worn PPE or held by a person at work and which protects him against one or more risks to his health or HSE related documents. accident. distribution. and controlled so that process-related injuries and incidents are prevented. HSE Liability The process of revealing HSE non-compliances of MOL Group and assessment of expenditure A formal and documented combination of methods. Some examples of impacts include toxic effects from exposure An action designed to prevent or reduce the probability of occurrence of an undesirable HSE Impacts Preventive Action HSE incident such as the breakdown of controls. Any change to the health and safety of people. requirements. guidance and requirements and ensure organisations operate in a safe manner and in compliance.g. A systematic. (2) on-site fuelling/refilling operations of vehicles and stationary equipment. on-site Process compliance HSE related laws. Management of The systematic process for dealing with changes to manage HSE risk. Personal Protective Equipment. Letter level.g. the community or property. Manager Appointed for Control: Dedicated manager. Incidents do not include Process safety management. safety footwear). Process Safety production. or could have. Safety and Environment NGO Non Governmental Organization This process is a key component of HSE Governance. LOPC) from Impact whether adverse or beneficial. organization to achieve specific results. hazards are identified. etc. or PEAR 3 if happened potential incident) several times a year in the same MOL Group Company. wholly or partially resulting from an organization’s activities. pollution from air emissions. eye protection. change (MOC) . HSE Training provided to new employees by the employer in order to get familiar with all Induction training Pre-startup safety review . handling. illness.) developed and implemented to provide HSE direction. who has bottom-line responsibility for a Product stewardship is a concept whereby health and environmental protection centres around MAC Product given company where MOL Group has ownership the product itself. high-visibility clothing. all levels of leadership. asphyxiation from confined spaces. A near-miss is an incident which potentially could have caused injury or occupational illness and Near-miss /or damage (loss) to people. and everyone involved in the life-cycle of the product is called upon to take stewardship up responsibility to reduce its health and environmental impact. audits. and environmental release during product distribution. excluding (1) truck or rail operations when products or services. operational regulation and b) Any activity or set of related activities (including storage. policy. understood.g fire. quality or reliability incidents which had no PSM HSE consequence or potential. This includes the behaviours of employees. injury. An HSE training in which participants are actively involved. the environment. assets. steps and actions established by an Procedure Assessment need related to solving the revealed HSE non-compliances. Any change that has adverse or beneficial effects on health. evaluations) to a manufacturing or chemical process in a way that process operations. they perform different HSE related Practical training training activities and learn by doing besides listening. contractors and other non-employees with access to MOL operations. implosion. work instructions. that MS Management System HiPo (High could have potentially resulted in consequences categorized as PEAR 4-5. OpCo Operating Company Those behaviours that are expected to result from effective implementation of the OPEX Operational expenditure HSE Behaviours organization’s HSE MS. gloves. safety (e. procedures. (3) retail fuel stations. training tools. HSE Non. independent and documented process for recognition of Unsafe Acts and Unsafe HSE Assurance Observation The process is aimed at measuring and recording HSE MS process maturity at organisational Conditions during execution of the regular jobs by employees. A non-fulfilment of a requirement of a) HSE MS. Any deviations identified as a result of completing self assessments are then tracked to closure via corrective actions. (4) pilot plants and laboratories An unplanned event or chain of events that has. HSE Documents checklists. non-conformance to MOL or regulatory to chemicals. etc. behaviour or activity. fire or other HSE related loss. HSE Health. maintenance. safety helmets. HSE Incident procedures. but which did not. resource depletion from energy usage. storage or utility processes. Incident/Event the truck or rail car is not connected to the process. either electronic or paper (e. use. the environment or company reputation. It is conducted annually and requires sites /subsidiaries to complete an assessment of HSE performance using the Self Assessment tool. Any unintended release of material or energy (e. manufacturing. resulted in injury or illness or damage (loss) to assets. explosion.32 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY 33 TERM DEFINITION TERM DEFINITION An incident (including near-miss) with consequences categorized as PEAR 3 or lower. legislation transfer) and the associated equipment and technology.a final checkpoint for new and modified equipment to confirm that necessary HSE requirements and risks before starting work individually PSSR all appropriate elements of process safety management have been addressed satisfactorily and KPI Key Performance Indicator the facility is safe to start up. the environment or company reputation.

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE DATE OF EFFECT Any document providing recommendations and support for HSE Management System users to New version of Group Guideline represents the following changes Reference implement MS expectations and requirements in practice. disposal and transport and also first-aid. surface/sea water. Recommended practices. Safety data sheets are the main tool for ensuring that suppliers communicate enough information along the supply chain to allow safe use of their substances and mixtures. damage or loss. Reference documents include but it is integrated with elements of exisiting Process Safety Management document are not limited to the following: Compliance checklists. Best practices. soil).34 GLOSSARY LIST OF MODIFICATIONS 35 LIST OF MODIFICATIONS TERM DEFINITION VERSION NO. Training materials. its hazards and (SDS) instructions for handling. who is not a MOL Group employee or contractor at that site. damage or loss if not corrected.Substitute – replacing the material or process with a less hazardous one Detailed goals identified by an organisation as being necessary to achieve HSE strategic objectives. Process methodologies. it identifies the requirements with other principles of standard based HSE management systems (ISO 14001. SCC Safety Checklist Contractors SIA Social Impact Assessment Site Geographically separated operational installation Unintended or uncontrolled release of hazardous materials to the external environment (groundwater. (UC) Visitor A person visiting MOL site. VOC Volatile Organic Compound . Targets are usually short term and achievable within a year and carry the most Targets weight when integrated into the organisation's annual Business Plan. System 3. OHSAS 18001) RID European Agreements Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail New Guideline element was defined: the Social Impacts element (Element XVI) Combination of the likelihood and consequence(s) of a specified hazard occurring HSE Risk undesirable HSE event. Unsafe Act (UA) UA: a behaviour which increases unnecessary the risk for injury. All targets should be realistic. and Condition UC: which could lead to injury. Safety Data Sheet They include information about the properties of the substance (or mixture). not inclusive of any released volume retained within Spills secondary or other confinement. Risk Assessment A systematic approach used to determine the degree of risk or vulnerability associated with (HSE) identified hazards. etc. fire-fighting and exposure control measures. 01/02/2014 Templates.

Resources. Environmental 8. ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 HSE MS ELEMENT PSM ISO 14001 STANDARD OHSAS 18001 STANDARD HSE Policy Not defined 4. Training 4.partly in. Operational control 4. Health Protection Partly in 9.4. Performance measurement and monitoring partly in section: 6. Design.3.3. Leadership. Process Hazard Analysis 4. Commissioning 6.36 CROSS REFERENCES CROSS REFERENCES 37 TABLE AMONG MOL GROUP HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.1.3.partly in. Construction. Operational control 4. Hazard Identification. Prestart-up 4.1 Environmental Risk Assessment & Decommissioning Safety Review aspects and determining controls 2.3. Objectives. Contractor Safety And determining controls N/A Management & Performance 4.4.4.2. Training & Awareness and Performance training and awareness training and awareness Specifically not defined 4.3.3. Management Risk Assessment and Management aspects of Subtle Change determining controls 12. Objectives.6.3. Hazard Identification. Safe Operation & Work Safe Work Practices 4. responsibility. Change 3.1 Environmental 4. targets determining controls requirements – see and programme(s) 4.3.2. Planning & Targets as Area Management 4..6. Quality Assurance partly in section: 4.1.3. N/A 4..1. PSM. Objectives and compliance checklist) programme(s) .. roles. 4.1. Hazard Identification.. Competence. Hazard Identification. Risk Assessment 5. Commitment as Area Management 4.6. Management of Pers. Operational control Practices 7.3. Environmental policy 4. 4.5. Contractor HSE 10.3.1. OH&S Policy Specifically not defined .. 2.3.2 Competence. Resources. Mechanical Integrity as implementation of 8. & Accountability requirements – see PSM responsibility and authority accountability and compliance checklist) authority 3. 4. (expectations defined .4.2.4.1. Management of Technology Change 4.1. & Promotion Training and Performance targets and programme(s) . Operating Procedures & 7. 5.1. 1. (expectations defined aspects Risk Assessment And 4.4. Risk & Change 4.3.4.. Competence. 9. roles.from different aspects in.

15.38 CROSS REFERENCES NOTES HSE MS ELEMENT PSM ISO 14001 STANDARD OHSAS 18001 STANDARD 4.4. Incident Reporting 11.4.5.5.6.3.Incident investigation.3. Management review 4. Assurance & Audits 14. Documentation 4.7. Emergency Planning 4.2. Management review 4.4. Communication as Area Management 4. Auditing corrective action corrective action and preventive action and preventive action 4.5.5. Product Stewardship Not defined 4. Internal audit 4. Communication participation & Consultation requirements and consultation – see compliance checklist) 4.4.1. Requirements. and consultation targets and programme(s) 4.4. Environmental aspects 4.7.7.3.6. Emergency corrective action & Investigation & Reporting preparedness and response and preventive action 4.3.4.4.3. Emergency Planning 13. 4.6.5.1.3.3. Environmental aspects as 9. Environmental Not defined implementation of N/A Management 4.3.3.3.3.1. Incident Investigation 4. Incident investigation 14.1.3.3. Emergency 4. Operational control 4.4. 13. Communication.3. Incident investigation. Control 4.3. Monitoring and 4. Objectives.3.5.4. Emergency & Response & Response preparedness and response preparedness and response 4.3. as implementation of participation 16. non–conformity.4.5. 4. Objectives. Objectives. targets and programme(s) targets and programme(s) Specifically not defined (expectations defined 4.5.3. Social Impacts Not defined 4. Nonconformity. Legal and other 10.5.5.2.5. requirements requirements 1. 12. Operational control .4. targets and programme(s) 4.6.3. Nonconformity. Control of documents of documents as implementation of as implementation of 11.3.4. Legal and other 4.1.4. Communication 4. Documentation Information & Documentation 4.3. Communication. Monitoring and measurement measurement 4.3. Objectives. Process Safety Information 4.4.4. targets and programme(s) 4.5. Internal audit 4. Objectives.