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1 EIS/EA REPORT - CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION VERSION 2 APPENDIX 1.VI Canadian Malartic Project Health and Safety Management Plans Osisko Mining Corporation December 2013 Project No Hammond Reef Gold Project

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3 CANADIAN MALARTIC PROJECT Main Contrator s Prevention Program Décembre 2009 Prepared by: Jude Boucher Approved by: Luc Lessard Superintendent, Health and Safety Vice-President, Engineering and Construction

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Environment, Health and Safety Policy The project Project description Project site plan Isometric view industrial sector Staffing and manpower distribution Organizational chart Total cost of work Construction schedule Responsibilities of parties Main contractor Project management Osisko Construction Health and Safety Department Health and safety superintendent Safety officers Nurse Clerk of works Employer and contracting employer Workers Job-site steward and workers representative Subcontractors Suppliers Construction Site Committee Sector committees Main Construction Site Committee Site orientation, access and rule procedures Orientation Construction site access Health and safety rules and guidelines Special measures Construction trailer, washrooms and drinking water

5 4.1 Construction trailer Washrooms Drinking water Prevention programs Submission of Main Contractor s Prevention Program and employer commitment Submission of prevention program of specific employers Emergency measures Appendix 1: Form Inventory of Hazardous Products Appendix 2: Form Construction Site Committee Notice of Meeting Appendix 3: Form Report of Construction Site Committee Meeting Appendix 4: Form Employer Commitment Appendix 5: Form Prevention Program Assessment Appendix 6: Form Daily Report of Activities Appendix 7: Form Orientation Checklist Appendix 8: Form List of First-Aid Attendants Appendix 9: Form Equipment Inspection Certificate Appendix 10: Form Safety Break Minutes Appendix 11: Form Orientation Record Appendix 12: Form Emergency Telephone Numbers Appendix 13: Form First-Aid Report Appendix 14: Form Accident Investigation and Analysis Report Appendix 15: Form Serious Accident Investigation and Analysis Report Appendix 16: Form Notice of Correction Appendix 17: Form Warning Appendix 18: Form Report of Noncompliant Situations Appendix 19: Fire Protection Appendix 20: Evacuation and Firefighting Procedure: East Malartic Site Appendix 21: Accident Procedure East Malartic Site Appendix 22: Traffic Relocation Plan Appendix 23: Accident Procedure: House Relocation (northern sector) Appendix 24: Internal Rules

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7 1.0 THE PROJECT 1.1 Project Description The Canadian Malartic mining project is divided into several sectors of activity. To begin, construction activities associated with the relocation program in the southern sector were launched in 2008 along with site restoration and preparation work. The project to construct the industrial complex should start during the third quarter of 2009 once the various authorization certificates and permits have been obtained. A brief description of construction activities by sector of activity follows. Relocation program Golf course Work to landscape the Malartic golf course will be required in light of the new development to the north of the city of Malartic. This work consists essentially of creating three new holes and relocating three existing ones. Irrigation and drainage works are also planned. Municipal infrastructures The new northern district will require construction of new streets for the new urban development to the north of Malartic. The infrastructure program consists of constructing a network of underground infrastructures (sewers, drinking water and rainwater). In addition, the streets will be paved and light standards and sidewalks installed. Elementary school An elementary school will be built in the new northern sector of the city. This school will have a capacity of at least 350 students. Long-term care hospital (CHSLD) A building connected to existing infrastructures will be built along Highway 117. This building will be able to lodge some 60 people on two floors. Low-income housing (HLM) A building housing 20 families will be built in the northern sector of the city. Day-care centre (CPE) A building with a capacity of 75 places will be built in the existing northern sector. Community centre 5

8 A new community centre will be built and joined to the polyvalente Le Tremplin comprehensive school. Social housing (apartments) Since some apartment buildings cannot be moved, buildings will be constructed in the new northern sector. At present, 24 apartments will be rebuilt, i.e. six units with four apartments. Adult education pavilion This building will offer training programs for an adult clientele. It will be located in the new northern sector. House relocation program An exhaustive program is planned to relocate houses from the southern district to the new northern district. Roughly 140 properties will be moved to the new northern district. This relocation will require building of new foundations, basements and landscaping. Demolition of southern district Once all of the properties have been moved and/or demolished and all public services removed, landscaping and securing work will be performed. Mining sector work Pre-production work will have to be done before commercial production begins. In large part, this work will consist of preparing the main pit, and of building access roads and a number of structures for preparing explosives. Electricity 120 kv line The Canadian Malartic project will require construction of a 120 kv line from Cadillac. The work will be done and supervised by Hydro-Québec personnel. Main substation An electrical substation will be built near the plant. This substation will be connected to the 120 kv electrical network. Distribution line The entire mining site will be served by an overhead power distribution network. In total, roughly 12 kilometres of electrical distribution lines will be built. 6

9 Infrastructures Control station A control station serving as a gatehouse will be built near the industrial complex. Access roads Various access roads will be built on the industrial complex site to provide access to the different facilities. Administrative building/warehouse A two-storey building will be constructed on the site to house all administrative services. Mine office/vehicle maintenance workshop A building will be constructed to provide offices for mine personnel and space for maintenance services for the mine s vehicle fleet. Fuel storage Fuel storage facilities are planned for the mine site. Ore processing plant This complex will house all services, including plant offices, the laboratory and workshop. The entire processing circuit consists essentially of the following circuits: Primary crushing Transportation of ore to stockpile Ore taken from bottom of stockpile Primary grinding Sieving Secondary grinding Thickening prior to leaching Oxygen plan Leaching in stirred tanks Gold recovery using activated charcoal Refining Tailings detoxification Thickening of tailings Pumping of tailings Reagent mixing 7

10 Tailings and water management Tailings site Construction of a number of dikes and reinforcement of existing infrastructures is planned. The Canadian Malartic project plans to dispose of tailings in the old tailings site of the East Malartic mine. A surface pipeline network will be built to carry the pulp. Polishing pond A polishing pond will be dug to contain runoff from the tailings site, surface runoff and water from the mine. This pond will have a capacity of roughly 6 million cubic metres, and will require construction of primary and secondary dikes. A surface pipeline network will be built to carry recirculating water. 8

11 1.2 Project site plan 9

12 1.3 Isometric view industrial sector 10

13 1.4 Staffing and manpower distribution Canadian Malartic is a major construction project, and will require hiring of a workforce specializing in residential, institutional and industrial construction. To this end, Osisko has taken steps with several contractors in the region in order to discover their ability to provide the labour necessary to complete the project. At the peak of construction in 2010, some 500 to 600 workers will be required for construction and installation of plant equipment. For information, a summary table indicating the manpower for each sector and discipline is provided. Most relocation will be finished by the end of 2009 and civil work and construction of buildings of the industrial complex should be well underway. MANPOWER SUMMARY CONSTRUCTION NUMBER OF SECTOR AND DISCIPLINE WORKERS 200 Relocation program Excavation 35 Concrete 25 Structure 25 Mechanical work 10 Ventilation 5 Piping 20 Electricity and instrumentation 25 Architecture Mining Mine operations Electricity and communication Excavation 5 Concrete 10 Structure 25 Mechanical work - Ventilation - Piping - Electricity and instrumentation 50 Architecture Infrastructure 11

14 MANPOWER SUMMARY CONSTRUCTION NUMBER OF SECTOR AND DISCIPLINE WORKERS Excavation 40 Concrete 50 Structure 25 Mechanical work 5 Ventilation 5 Piping 10 Electricity and instrumentation 10 Architecture Process plant Excavation 30 Concrete 250 Structure 60 Mechanical work 150 Ventilation 25 Piping 100 Electricity and instrumentation 85 Architecture Tailings and water management Excavation 20 Concrete 5 Structure - Mechanical work 10 Ventilation - Piping 10 Electricity and instrumentation 10 Architecture 2 12

15 MANPOWER PLANNING BY QUARTER 800 2,500,000 Moyenne main-d'oeuvre par trimestre ,000,000 1,500,000 1,000, ,000 0 Q4-07 Q1-08 Q2-08 Total cumulatif heures travaillées Q3-08 Q4-08 Q1-09 Q2-09 Q3-09 Q4-09 Q1-10 Q2-10 Q3-10 Q4-10 Q1-11 Cédule - Par trimestre Operation Manpower Construction Manpower Total Manpower Cumulative Manhours 13

16 1.5 Organizational chart CANADIAN MALARTIC PROJECT 14

17 1.6 Total cost of work ACTIVITY SECTOR BUDGET (US$ millions)* General administration 14.5 Community development 87.0 Mine Electricity and communication 19.5 Infrastructures 29.7 Process Water and tailings management 15.3 Indirect 72.7 Subtotal: Contingency: 65.6 Total: *Exchange rate CAN$1.18/US$

18 1.7 Construction schedule 16

19 1.7 Construction schedule (cont.) 17

20 1.7 Construction schedule (cont.) 18

21 2.0 Responsibilities of parties 2.1 Main contractor Osisko Mining Corporation is the main contractor for the entire Canadian Malartic project. Osisko has committed to the following activities in order to meet its high health and safety standard: Prepare and distribute a construction site health and safety policy and produce an effective prevention program. Submit its prevention program to the CSST and ensure its application through its supervisors and Health and Safety Department. Ensure employers working on the constructions site agree in writing to comply with the Main Contractor s Prevention Program upon reception of same. Have the work necessary to ensure the safety of the various employers performed and do so at their cost. In the event of noncompliance with the obligations devolved upon the employer, the main contractor may, after issuing written notice to the employer to correct the situation and failure of same to heed said notice, have the required work performed at the employer s expense. Receive, approve and request corrections to the prevention program of each employer. Retain this program in the file of the employer. This program, as well as that of the main contractor, must be available to all workers. A copy of the employer s approval of the prevention program will be submitted to the CSST. Coordinate work to eliminate dangerous situations created by the interaction of various employers. Submit all changes or updates of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program to the CSST for approval. Attend and chair the various meetings of the Construction Site Committees. The construction manager or his representative shall preside over the committee and the health and safety superintendent shall chair the Construction Site Committee. The main contractor is responsible for preparing the minutes of each meeting of the Construction Site Committee. He shall submit a copy of the minutes to the CSST and to all participants (Appendix 3). Ensure that all employers investigate and analyze accidents resulting in an employment injury or following any event that could have resulted in an employment 19

22 injury. Investigations shall be conducted jointly. The job-site steward or a workers representative shall be part of the team that performs the investigation. The main contractor shall notify the CSST of any accident that occurs during the completion of the various contracts on its construction site. The main contractor shall conduct joint investigations of these accidents and submit a written report to the CSST of the accident investigation and analysis, in compliance with section 62 of the Act respecting occupational health and safety. This item encompasses the following accidents: - injuries to a worker such that they will be unable to perform their duties for 10 business days - injuries to several workers such that they will be unable to perform their duties for one business day - property damage amounting to $50,000 or more - the death of a worker Present all changes or updates of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program to the Construction Site Committee. Ensure that employers conduct a safety break each week and that they submit to the main contractor the minutes of these breaks bearing the signature of each worker who attends. Ensure the site is kept tidy. The main contractor requires that employers have an adequate number of waste bins on the construction site and that they be emptied as needed. Concrete floors shall be swept using sweeping compound once weekly or as necessary. Ensure fire protection is taken into account (see appendices 19 and 20 Fire protection, evacuation and firefighting procedure). Ensure that access to the construction site is controlled and restricted to authorized personnel (see access procedure in section 3). Submit all work methods required to the CSST. Provide and maintain a bulletin board specifically for workplace health and safety and prevention. Ensure that all management and supervisory personnel work primarily and routinely on the construction site and that workers receive the course on general safety on construction sites. 20

23 2.2 Project management Osisko designates the following people as responsible for application of the prevention program of the Canadian Malartic project: Luc Lessard, Vice-President, Engineering and Construction Denis Cimon, General Manager Ronald Bougie, Construction General Manager Paul Johnson, Manager, Mine Operations Jude Boucher, Health and Safety Superintendent Ronald Bougie is responsible for all aspects of construction, including relocation, institutional buildings and building of the processing plant. Paul Johnson is responsible for construction of dikes and mine development. They shall oversee, within their respective areas of competence, application of the prevention program as follows: Provide, during the invitation to tender, a copy of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program to each employer who wishes to bid. Ensure that all Osisko employees and employers are familiar with the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Attend meetings with the Construction Site Committee and ensure that corrective measures pertaining to the Main Contractor s Prevention Program are implemented. Meet with the CSST inspector during compliance visits and follow up on all deviations identified by the inspector. Provide the equipment and human resources required to manage the prevention program. Receive and follow up with employers on correction notices issued. Ensure the application of orientation procedures for all parties, as described in this program. Participate in investigations and analyses of any accident resulting in an employment injury or following any event that could have caused one. Implement a coordination committee in which the health and safety superintendent and safety officers participate. 21

24 Perform monthly inspections along with the various employer representatives. 2.3 Osisko Construction Health and Safety Department The Osisko Construction Health and Safety Department consists of the following people: A health and safety superintendent: this person is an Osisko manager who answers directly to the construction manager. The superintendent oversees application of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. They ensure the consistency of health and safety interventions throughout the construction site. Safety officers: managers who answer to the main contractor. The number of safety officers shall break down as follows: - one officer for every 250 or fewer workers - two officers for 250 to 500 workers - three officers for 501 or more workers A nurse: this person shall be a health-care professional. They shall also be an Osisko manager answering directly to the health and safety superintendent The health and safety superintendent shall: Take part in the preparation and application of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Request, receive, analyze and confirm the implementation of plans and specifications required by law (section of the Safety Code). Conduct occasional inspections of the construction site and order measures required to ensure the health and safety of all parties. Receive and study correction notices and inspection reports prepared by safety officers, employers, workers and their representatives. Issue a stop-work order when the situation warrants, and notify management in accordance with project activities. Advise the main contractor and employers on matters of prevention of employment injuries. Lead meetings of the Construction Site Committee. 22

25 On occasion, accompany CSST inspectors during construction site visits. Oversee implementation of fire prevention measures (see appendix Fire protection, evacuation and firefighting procedures). Evaluate the work of safety officers through occasional construction site inspections. Ensure all plans required under section of the Safety Code for the construction industry are obtained. Apply the various decisions made by the Construction Site Committee. Receive the certificate of compliance signed by an engineer of all plans required under section of the Safety Code for the construction industry. Plan and organize training and information sessions for the main contractor, employers and workers on the construction site. Prepare various specific work methods, such as: - Housekeeping - Parking procedure - Road maintenance and dust control - Traffic plan indicating location, dimensions, traffic, signage and speed limits Inform safety officers regarding all aspects of methods specific to the works. Distribute these work methods in writing. Manage all certificates of compliance for heavy equipment, elevating machinery, elevating platforms, etc. Organize joint inspections with the construction safety officer, superintendent, and jobsite steward or, if unavailable, the workers representative belonging to the Construction Site Committee. Submit a copy to the CSST inspector of correction notices issued by the construction safety officer and complaints received. Oversee, receive and retain the qualification certificates of workers when same are required in order to safely perform their duties. Take part in orientation sessions along with the safety officer. Perform all other tasks directly or indirectly associated with the job. 23

26 2.3.2 Safety officers Participate in applying the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Apply the Safety Code for the construction industry and all other regulations or standards applicable to the project. Receive the weekly minutes of employer safety meetings and submit them to the health and safety superintendent. Continuously inspect the various construction sites, and order the measures necessary to ensure the health and safety of all parties. Ensure application of safety instructions and measures specific to the construction site and the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Analyze and evaluate the potential hazards and make recommendations as required. Accompany CSST inspectors during construction site visits. Orient all employers and workers. Order immediate correction of hazardous conditions noted during inspections. Issue correction notices and ensure follow up. Attend Construction Site Committee meetings. Request certificates of compliance from the employer for all equipment entering the construction site. Issue a stop-work order when the situation warrants, and notify the health and safety superintendent. Actively participate in investigations and analyses of accidents, and ensure follow up. Conduct joint inspections with a job-site steward or workers representative prior to each Construction Site Committee meeting. Prepare written reports of joint inspections performed prior to each Construction Site Committee meeting. Regularly attend security breaks with employers. Assist the superintendent or foreman in properly running security breaks Nurse 24

27 Oversee application of hygiene rules in dining halls and washrooms. Advise the health and safety superintendent as well as safety officers on health matters. Ensure all supplies required by regulation are available in the infirmary. Administer first aid and direct people to specialized care as needed. Assist first-aid and ambulance attendants in the event of serious accidents on the construction sites. 2.4 Clerk of works (civil, electrical and mechanical superintendent) The clerk of works possesses the skills, knowledge and expertise necessary to complete works on the construction site. They ensure compliance with plans, specifications and production specifications. They represent the main contractor in a specific field of activity. The clerk of works answers to the construction manager and is also a superintendent or supervisor. Ensure that works are completed in compliance with the prevention program. Notify the employer and safety officer on duty of any hazardous situations noted and order immediate corrective measure should the situation warrant. Encourage cooperation between employers when work is being completed simultaneously and involves hazards. Participate in Construction Site Committee meetings. Collaborate at all times with the construction safety officer on duty. 2.5 Employer and contracting employer Submit a prevention program specific to the works to the main contractor within the 10 days prior to the start of works. Submit to the CSST and the main contractor all plans required under section of the Safety Code for the construction industry that must be signed by an engineer prior to the start of work. Agree in writing to comply with the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. 25

28 Ensure implementation of the safety measures of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Have all modifications to a work procedure recorded in the prevention program approved by the main contractor. Make modifications to the prevention program within prescribed deadlines and upon request by the main contractor. In the event of failure to comply, the main contractor may, after notifying the employer, have the required safety changes made, or may, at the employer s expense, delay same s entry to the construction site. Take the measures required to ensure that all workers under their responsibility are informed of the content of the prevention program. The employer shall provide the main contractor with a list of their workers who have familiarized themselves with the prevention program applicable to them. Appendix 11 may be used, if so desired. Provide to the main contractor certificates of compliance for all equipment requested by same. Ensure that all workers who have access to the site hold a certificate for a course in general safety on construction sites issued by the CSST (section 2.4.2, paragraph i of the SAFETY CODE). Provide workers with all means and personal or collective protective equipment required and ensure their use. Delegate a representative at the decision-making level to attend meetings of the Construction Site Committee and ensure follow-up on decisions. Follow up on decisions of the Construction Site Committee regarding accident prevention, fire and general safety matters. Inform the main contractor as quickly as possible of any major or minor accident or incident occurring while fulfilling their contract. With the participation of the main contractor, conduct investigations and analyses of accidents that result in an employment injury or an incident that could have caused same. The employer and contracting employer are bound to comply with the recommendations and to advise the main contractor of the results. Hold safety breaks each week, and submit minutes signed by each employee attending to the main contractor. Managers (superintendents and foremen) must attend safety breaks (Appendix 10). Notify the main contractor of overtime worked or planned and new work-crews created. All employers shall prepare a daily report of activities and submit them on a weekly (or 26

29 daily) basis to the clerk of works assigned to them. These reports must identify specific hazards reported by workers. The employer shall provide a list of its workers to the main contractor for control purposes. Ensure that workers have all of the skills required to safely operate all equipment assigned to them. Provide the main contractor with certifications to confirm the competence of their workers. Immediately inform the main contractor, in writing, of reports issued by the CSST and of corrections made subsequent to these notices. Ensure instructions and safety measures specific to the construction site and the Main Contractor s Prevention Program are followed. 2.6 Workers Workers shall comply with the safety measures of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program as well of those of their employer. Comply with health and safety regulations and guidelines issued to them. These health and safety regulations and guidelines are established based on need or in light of special situations present on the construction site. They are grouped in part 3 under the construction site health and safety regulations and guidelines. Take cognizance of the information submitted to them (orientation session, posting, information bulletins, etc.) Collaborate with the Construction Site Committee regarding application of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Workers shall not endanger their safety or physical integrity, nor that of other people present on the work site or in adjacent areas. Consult their line supervisor as needed to interpret provisions and guidelines regarding construction site health and safety. Notify their immediate supervisor as quickly as possible of any incident or hazard that has resulted or could result in injuries or property damage. Report as quickly as possible to superiors any injuries they suffer. Use personal and collective protective equipment placed at their disposal and maintain it in serviceable condition. Workers shall not use any equipment that is damaged or 27

30 defective. Attend safety breaks. 2.7 Job-site steward and workers representative Definition: Job-site steward: all unions whose employer has seven or more members who are salaried workers on the site have the right to be represented by a job-site steward. Stewards are elected by secret ballot by a majority vote of union members already working for the employer. In their capacity as job-site stewards, they may, during work hours, investigate disputes regarding application of the collective agreement and discuss said disputes with their employer. Workers representative: a worker elected by the workers present on the construction site and whose employer has at least seven salaried workers who are a member of that same union. They represent the workers of said employer working within the same construction trade. They can replace the job-site steward in the event of absence. Their tasks are as follows: Attend Construction Site Committee meetings. Participate in investigations and analyses of accidents in their sector that occur on the employer s premises. Participate with the safety officer on inspections conducted prior to Construction Site Committee meetings. 2.8 Subcontractors Subcontractors are required to comply with the same rules as their employer. 2.9 Suppliers Suppliers shall comply with the Construction Site Prevention Program and regulations, just as employers, when they perform deliveries or assemble their products or equipment on the site. They shall follow the guidelines and safety rules specific to the site where they find themselves. They shall ensure that all hazardous materials provided are labelled in compliance with the WHMIS. In addition, upon delivery, they shall supply material safety data 28

31 sheets. All supplier equipment shall be in serviceable condition and shall be maintained and repaired according to the manufacturer s specifications Construction Site Committee Sector committees Osisko shall assemble a Construction Site Committee as soon as the site opens. The terms of operation (date, frequency, location, etc.) shall be established depending on the various construction sites, and in compliance with sections and of the Safety Code for the construction industry. Construction site committees shall be implemented so as to take into account the respective characteristics of the site. Their composition shall be as follows: At least one representative of the general contractor, i.e.: the owner or its representative; A management representative for each of the employers, other than the general contractor or the owner or its representative, that employs more than 10 workers; A representative of each association representing salaried workers recognized by the Labour Code, professional training, and the management of construction-industry manpower that has affiliated workers present on the construction site. Job-site steward(s) or workers representative(s) Each committee shall: Ensure cooperation between employers and workers, coordination of prevention measures as well as application of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. Receive suggestions and complaints regarding occupational health and safety from workers, union or association representatives, employers and the main contractor. The safety officer shall prepare a written report of joint inspections conducted prior to each Construction Site Committee meeting. 29

32 They shall receive accident statistics prepared by the main contractor. These statistics are prepared by the health and safety superintendent based on data provided by employers at the beginning of each month. The committee shall deal with complaints from workers or other parties. The health and safety Superintentend shall submit to the CSST the results of dealing with the complaint. If one or another of the parties is dissatisfied, the complaint shall be submitted to the CSST. Each employer shall free the steward or workers representative to attend meetings of the Construction Site Committee, failing which the main contractor shall specify the corrective measures applicable to the employer. The Committee shall hold an annual prevention awareness activity related to the work in progress. It shall consult and collaborate with the CSST for guidance on this activity. A notice of meeting shall be sent by the main contractor to all members of the Construction Site Committee (Appendix 2) Main Construction-Site Committee This committee shall be implemented as soon as more than one sector construction site committee is in place. This committee shall meet at the request of one of the following parties: The main contractor A contracting employer A steward or workers representative The CSST Its composition shall be as follows: The construction manager The job-site steward or workers representative (who called the meeting or who might be concerned) The health and safety superintendent The superintendent of contracting employers (who called the meeting or who might be concerned) The safety officer concerned 30

33 Its main tasks are as follows: Discuss the issue raised by the complaining party Follow up on decisions made Notice of Meeting The committee shall meet within 48 hours of issue of the notice of meeting, unless unanimous agreement is reached among the parties. 31

34 3.0 CONSTRUCTION SITE ORIENTATION, ACCESS AND REGULATIONS 3.1 Orientation The main contractor wishes to ensure that all employers and workers receive all information necessary for the smooth operation of the construction site. This information shall be issued as soon as possible following the arrival of workers and employers on our construction sites. This information shall include: Presentation of the Main Contractor s Prevention Program Internal rules specific to the particular construction site Health and safety structure Traffic plan All information deemed to be relevant This information shall be provided during the orientation session. These sessions are given by the construction safety officer and the health and safety superintendent. Orientation sessions shall be given weekly on a set day and time. Should the number of workers warrant, the main contractor shall hold additional orientation sessions. The form in Appendix 7 shall service as a checklist for the person giving the orientation. Workers must sign this form, which shall also serve as proof they have received their orientation. These forms shall be retained by the health and safety superintendent in the employer s file. The main contractor shall ensure that all employers and workers have their competency card and course on general safety on construction sites. A copy of these cards shall be submitted during orientation. They can also be submitted in advance to the main contractor. The copy shall be filed with the orientation form. 3.2 Construction site access This section explains how to adequately control access to the various work sites. For the industrial construction site, where there will be a full guard office, each employee will be entered on a sign-in sheet located at the guard office. The employer shall provide a list of its workers prior to their arrival on the site. If a worker is not entered on the employer s list, access to the site will be refused. On this site, this guard office will be manned around the clock. 32

35 Only authorized vehicles shall have access to the construction site and each carrier shall identify themselves at the guard office. Security guards at the guard office are authorized to check whether vehicles arriving at the office actually require admission to the site. They shall communicate with the superintendents, project managers, etc., as needed. On this site, vehicle identification stickers will be provided to employers who request access to the construction site. These stickers will be mandatory to gain access to the various construction sites. The employer is responsible for justifying the presence of its vehicles on the sites to the safety officer. ID stickers will be available from the safety officer. For the residential construction site, security guards stationed in small guard posts, located on access roads to the site, shall ensure that persons who wish to access the site are workers and employers of the site. People who present themselves at these guard posts shall identify themselves to the security guard on duty. The security guard may require the person to identify themselves and indicate which employer they are working for. The employer shall provide a list of its workers prior to their arrival on the site. If a worker does not appear on the employer s list, access to the site will be refused. The worker must then contact their employer. On the relocation site, monitoring of the residential area will be provided around the clock by security/patrol officers. The main contractor is the only party who can authorize access to the residential construction site for people other than workers and employers. Institutional construction sites will be monitored during the day for a 12-hour period. During normal hours, the sites will be opened and closed by a security officer assigned to the site. Outside normal hours and during work hours, employers who must continue to work beyond the scheduled hours must notify the security guard, who shall notify their supervisor. Measures will then be taken (e.g.: a security guard added for an additional period) and instructions will be given regarding closure of the site. The employer shall provide a list of its workers prior to their arrival on the site. If a worker does not appear on the employer s list, access to the site will be refused. Monitoring of the construction site Security guards will also be assigned to guard property. They shall answer to a coordinator designated by Osisko. They can be used to direct traffic on the site and to guide suppliers during delivery of materials. 33

36 3.3 Health and safety rules and guidelines Mandatory personal protective equipment Hard hat complying with standard CSAZ94.1 M1977. Safety boots complying with standard ACNOR Z Note: metatarsal protectors are mandatory for mechanics and pipefitter. Safety goggles complying with standard CAN/CSA Z M88. Safety goggles must have side shields. Hearing protection: in all noisy areas, protection provided shall comply with the standard ACNNOR Z94.2-M1984. Respiratory protection: mandatory for all work involving piercing or cutting of rock or concrete. Respiratory protection shall comply with section of the Safety Code. Hand protection: gloves shall be mandatory when handling any material with sharp edges, splinters or other substances that could injure the hands. Protection from falls from heights: a fall arrest system shall be used in all locations where a worker is at risk of a fall of 10 feet or more. The harness shall comply with standard CAN/CSA Z M90. A double attachment system shall be used when workers must shift from one elevated work location to another. Clothing worn shall fully cover the torso and legs: undershirts and Bermuda shorts are prohibited. Baggy or torn clothing is prohibited. Full facial protection complying with the standard Industrial Eye and Face Protectors CAN/CSA Z94.3-M88 shall be worn by all workers potentially exposed to flying particles. The main contractor reserves the right to add to this list any other PPE deemed necessary. Storage of materials Warehouses, storage areas and unloading ramps built on the construction site shall be authorized and monitored by representatives of the main contractor. All changes made to the traffic plan such as reject, storage or unloading areas; or parking or trailer locations shall be approved by the project management. The main contractor reserves the right to make changes under contractual clauses, when applicable. The main contractor shall prepare plans of the various construction sites and submit them to the employers concerned. 34

37 Stacking of material Materials shall be stacked on a solid, stable base. No piece of material and/or stack shall obstruct main aisles, stairs or any exit. Work at heights Wear and use of a safety harness is mandatory if a worker is at risk of a fall of more than 3 metres from their work position and no collective protective equipment such as railings have been installed. The main contractor asks that employers use, as much as possible, work practices such as those cited in section of the Safety Code for the construction industry. During assembly or disassembly of structural steelwork, the main contractor shall require the employer to prepare and provide a written rescue procedure to quickly free (within 15 minutes) any worker suspended in a safety harness subsequent to a fall. This procedure shall indicate the equipment to be used and the people designated to apply the procedure. Heavy and light (pickup truck) equipment operators Operators must keep the vehicle clean and ensure its good working order. They must report any deficiencies detected and ensure that repairs required are performed by qualified personnel. Traffic plan (Appendix 22) The main contractor shall prepare a traffic plan that provides the following information: Location of roadways and width Signage Maximum speed Location of construction site trailers and washroom facilities Parking To minimize backing manoeuvres in the presence of workers, the main contractor together with employers shall make provision for areas where heavy vehicles can turn. This information shall be provided to operators of such equipment. If backing is the only alternative and workers are present, a means of two-way communication shall be implemented. C.B. radios and flaggers shall be provided by the employer who is performing the tasks. SPECIAL MEASURES Cutting or welding permit The main contractor requires a cutting and welding permit for each task requiring the use of heat. Permits are available from safety officers and the health and safety superintendent. Upon request by the employer, training shall be provided by the main contractor on the use of these permits. 35

38 All equipment used for welding shall be equipped with an extinguisher. This includes mobile oxy-acetylene equipment and welders. Said extinguishers shall be attached to the equipment, and have a minimum capacity of 4 kg (10 lbs). Caution tape: yellow and red Caution tape shall be used to delimit work areas posing various levels of risk. Yellow tape shall be used to delimit work areas posing a low or moderate risk where workers must pay extra attention. Red tape shall be used to delimit high-risk areas accessible only to workers with the required tools, information and training. Access shall be restricted solely to the group of workers who put up the tape. All other workers shall be prohibited. Failure to respect red tape shall be punishable by immediate expulsion from the construction site. Identifying signs for caution tape are mandatory and available from the safety officer. Training is also available from the health and safety superintendent. Certificate of compliance for hoisting equipment All hoisting equipment must have a certificate of compliance signed by an engineer indicating that the equipment is compliant. Inspection upon arrival on site, certificate of compliance and daily inspection Equipment such as trucks with an auxiliary crane, concrete pumps (with a boom), conventional mobile or telescopic cranes and boom-type elevating platforms shall be subject to a special verification by the main contractor upon arrival on the site. The business or owner of the equipment shall provide an inspection certificate. The maintenance manual is required, and rental equipment shall be verified with extra care. All passenger hoists shall be inspected daily. The inspection form shall be kept in the equipment. The main contractor, through its safety officer, shall periodically gather these forms and retain them in a registry. Standardized inspection forms are available from safety officers. Qualified operators of hoisting and other construction site equipment Only duly qualified workers shall act as crane operators, flaggers or operators of passenger or material-hoisting equipment. Note: The employer shall ensure that all designated workers are familiar with the equipment and machines for which they will be responsible as well as how to use them efficiently. They shall provide the main contractor with certificates to this effect. 36

39 Work near electric lines (approach distance) The employer shall ensure that no person performs work where a part, load, scaffolding, piece of machinery or person risks approaching an electric line closer than the minimum distance specified in section of the Safety Code for the construction industry. When the minimum approach distance specified in section of the Safety Code for the construction industry cannot be respected, the employer shall take safety measures as prescribed in the regulation. Section c of the Safety Code for the construction industry shall apply in full. It concerns the device to limit the range of certain deployable construction equipment such as power shovels, backhoes and cranes that must be fitted when working near overhead lines. Storage of hazardous products No flammable products or material shall be stored in a manner that obstructs traffic areas or poses a fire hazard. Flammable products such as cans of fuel and small propane tanks shall be stored in closed cabinets, away from roadways and dining areas. Waste Disposal of waste in areas not designated for this purpose is strictly prohibited. Each employer is responsible for keeping their work area tidy. Waste shall be disposed of as it accumulates. Waste bins in sufficient number shall be made available to workers. They shall be made of metal, have a cover and be identified to the employer. Depending on the workplace and contract provisions, waste bins may be made available to employers by the main contractor for disposal of household waste, uncontaminated wood waste, metal refuse and copper wire. Containers shall be removed and disposed of in accordance with the measures in place in the RCM of Vallée-de-l Or. Contaminated waste shall be processed in accordance with the environmental rules in force. Parking All private vehicles shall be parked in the lot provided for this purpose by the main contractor. Parking shall be done in reverse gear in all areas within the construction site. Vehicles parked outside designated areas will be towed at the vehicle owner s expense. Refuelling The engine of all equipment shall be shut off when refuelling. The engine of any vehicle left unattended shall be shut off. 37

40 The same rule applies when filling generators and other equipment that runs on fuel. Dust control Dust control on access roads to the construction site is the responsibility of the main contractor. Dust produced when sweeping floors shall be controlled using sweeping compounds. Signage The main contractor reserves the right to require additional signage of contractors who perform work on the access road or adjacent areas in order to ensure the safety of those travelling within the site. Speed limit All drivers shall comply with the speed limit on the mine site and signage on roads leading to the construction site and within the site itself. The main contractor reserves the right to issue notices to any driver, up to prohibiting the use of equipment on the site and prohibiting access to the construction site. Overlapping work activities Overlapping work is prohibited between separate construction trades. Appendix 24: Internal rules Appendix 24 includes additions that are made to the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. These additions shall be designated as internal rules. These are generally minor changes to clarify certain points or construction site procedures. These rules emerge from the Construction Site Committees or the main contractor. If they are issued or approved by the Construction Site Committee, they shall automatically form part of the prevention program. If they emerge from by the main contractor, they shall first be submitted to the CSST inspector for approval before being issued. 38

41 4.0 CONSTRUCTION TRAILER, WASHROOMS AND DRINKING WATER 4.1 Construction trailers The employer shall provide all workers with a dining area. These trailers are mandatory for all employers having 10 or more workers for a period exceeding seven days. Trailers shall comply with section of the Safety Code. All food shall be stored inside the trailers designated as dining areas. The main contractor shall construct dining rooms for its workers. The main contractor reserves the right, based on contractual agreements, to build dining rooms for certain groups of workers (e.g.: industrial construction site). Housekeeping Trailers shall be cleaned daily. Tables shall be cleaned, waste bins emptied and the floor swept and washed, as needed. Fitting out Trailers shall have the following amenities: Fire extinguisher (minimum 10 pounds) Refrigerator Microwave oven First-aid kit Eye wash bottle Bulletin board Trailers shall include an area that serves as a cloakroom where workers can hang their clothes. Posting The main contractor and the employers shall post the following items in visible and readily accessible locations: Name of first-aid attendants Emergency names and telephone numbers Intervention reports from CSST inspectors Minutes of Construction Site Committee meetings CSST reports 39

42 The employer s specific prevention program and the Main Contractor s Prevention Program shall be available. 4.2 Washrooms Toilets and washrooms The main contractor is responsible for sanitation facilities. They shall be provided in sufficient number and well maintained. They shall be heated to a minimum temperature of 18 o C and shall comply with section of the Safety Code. They shall be indicated in the traffic plan. They shall be maintained daily and emptied according to use. During maintenance, the toilet paper shall be checked. When possible, a washroom shall be installed. They shall be maintained daily. Separate toilets shall be set aside for women. Hygiene The main contractor shall make facilities available to employers and workers where they can wash their hands. 4.3 Drinking water The employer shall ensure that workers have access to a source of drinking water. Only Thermos-type containers shall be permitted directly on construction sites. The main contractor shall make drinking water available in dining areas under its responsibility. 40

43 5.0 PREVENTION PROGRAMS 5.1 Submission of Main Contractor s Prevention Program and employer commitment A prevention program shall be prepared and maintained active by the main contractor. It shall submit this program to employers at the time of invitation to tender. All employers who arrive on Osisko sites to fulfill a contract shall sign a Commitment Form (Appendix 4). This form indicates that the employer agrees to comply with the Main Contractor s Prevention Program and to ensure that their workers do so as well. The Main Contractor s Prevention Program shall be submitted to the CSST for comments and recommendations. Should changes to the program be necessary, it shall be modified and redistributed to employers. 5.2 Submission of prevention program of specific employers Employers shall submit a specific prevention program for their work within the 10 days preceding their arrival on the construction site. The main contractor shall evaluate the program and request corrections as necessary. When the program is approved, the main contractor shall retain it in the employer s file and submit a copy to the CSST for comments. The employer shall ensure that all of their workers have familiarized themselves with the employer s prevention program. The Employer Prevention-Program Assessment form (Appendix 5) may be used to request changes. 41

44 6.0 EMERGENCY MEASURES The main contractor shall establish emergency measures for the following situations: Fire Accident These measures shall be established in the form of procedures and presented as appendices. They shall be kept up to date and re-evaluated for each construction site. 42

45 Appendix 1: Form Inventory of Hazardous Products INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS Name of employer: Trade name and product no. Material safety data sheet available Telephone or fax number of supplier Type of container and quantity Yes Comment: Yes Comment: Yes Comment: Yes Comment: 43

46 Appendix 2: Form Notice of Meeting Construction Site Committee NOTICE OF MEETING CONSTRUCTION SITE COMMITTEE NOTICE OF MEETING and AGENDA TO: All employers on the site DATE: SUBJECT: Meeting of Construction Site Committee, Site # LOCATION: AGENDA 1. Call to order 2. Review and adoption of agenda 3. Review and adoption of minutes of last meeting 4. Follow-up on last meeting 5. CSST report 6. Work-related accidents and incidents 7. Inspection report of safety officer Miscellaneous 10. Date and location of next meeting 11. Adjournment 44

47 Appendix 3: Form Minutes of Construction Site Committee Meeting MINUTES OF CONSTRUCTION SITE COMMITTEE MEETING Present: MINUTES OF MEETING Absent: Meeting led by: Meeting chaired by: 1. Call to order 2. Review and adoption of agenda 3. Review and adoption of minutes of last meeting 4. Follow-up on last meeting 5. CSST report 6. Work-related accidents and incidents 7. Inspection report of safety officer Miscellaneous 10. Date and location of next meeting 11. Adjournment 45

48 Appendix 4: Form Employer Commitment EMPLOYER COMMITMENT COMMITMENT FORM In accordance with section 202 of the Act respecting occupational health and safety, I hereby agree to comply with the Main Contractor s Prevention Program. In addition, I acknowledge receipt of a certified copy of said Prevention Program. Name of employer: Signature of employer: Date: Valid CSST number of employer: Name of representative of main contractor: Signature of representative of main contractor : Date: 46

49 Appendix 5: Form Prevention Program Assessment PREVENTION PROGRAM ASSESSMENT POINT TO ASSESS COMMENTS Specific relevance to work List of equipment, rented or not, with serial numbers List of trades, occupations and qualifications required Work methods specific to high-risk work References to Safety Code for the construction industry and other regulations Signature of program Protection equipment available on the construction site Comment(s): 47

50 Appendix 6: Form Daily Report of Activities DAILY REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Employer: Subcontractor: Contract: Start of work: Deadline: Week of: Name of workers MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Total hours: Brief description of work DAY: 48

51 Appendix 7: Form Orientation Checklist WORKER HEALTH AND SAFETY ORIENTATION CHECKLIST This is a general orientation for construction workers who work on Osisko sites. Place of work or construction site: Name of employee Telephone no. Position Name of employer Date of entry Supervisor responsible OVERVIEW OF MINE PROJECT AND SITE HEALTH AND SAFETY STRUCTURE Prevention program Site traffic Washroom facilities/water Construction site policy and committee Authorized vehicle First-aid office Guard office/parking Construction trailers Chemical products (WHMIS) GENERAL INFORMATION Internal regulations/rules Electrical panel Demolition/Form stripping/demobilization Protective equipment Locking out Hair/bracelets/clothing Accident procedure Cutting a lock Climatic conditions Notice of accident/incident Excavation permit Overhead travelling crane gantry Fire procedure Permit enclosed area Equipment inspection Fire extinguishers Cutting permit Tidiness and cleanliness/housekeeping Emergency exits Overlapping work activities Garbage bins/waste Scaffolding assembly Signs and tape Environment Ladders and stepladders Trench work General safety course Electrical wires/welding leads Tobacco Act Other I hereby certify that I have received information on the health and safety components and safety rules indicated above. Signature: (employee) Date: Signature: (main contractor) Date: 49

52 Appendix 8: Form List of First-Aid Attendants LIST OF FIRST-AID ATTENDANTS Firm Family name First name Arrived Left 50

53 Appendix 9: Form Equipment inspection certificate Name of employer: Type of equipment: Make: Model: Year/Serial no.: Registration: Place of inspection: EQUIPMENT INSPECTION CERTIFICATE I, the undersigned, hereby certify that the following aspects of this equipment have been inspected and that it it is fit to perform the work planned. (Check) Done Not done Not applicable Mechanical inspection Hydraulic inspection Electrical inspection Tire inspection Safety inspection Cleanliness inspection Extinguishers and date of last inspection Backing-up alarm Sling and check valve Safety system Completed by: Title: Date: 51

54 Appendix 10: Form Safety-Break Minutes SAFETY-BREAK MINUTES Name of employer: Date: Time: Location: Safety Break in follow up to Construction Site Committee meeting: Topics discussed: Attended safety break Name: Signature: Absent from safety break Name: Signature: Note: Print your name in block letters. 52

55 Appendix 11: Form Orientation record ORIENTATION RECORD Employer: Subcontractor: FAMILY NAME FIRST NAME Received and studied Prevention Program ARRIVAL DATE DEPARTURE DATE 53

56 Appendix 12: Form Emergency telephone numbers EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS AMBULANCE NURSE: CATHIE ALLAIN NURSING OFFICE HOSPITAL: HÔPITAL DE VAL D OR HOSPITAL: HÔPITAL DE MALARTIC Tel.: (CELL) (2911) Tel.: Tel.: POISON CONTROL: CENTRE ANTIPOISON DU QUÉBEC OSISKO MINING CORPORATION CONSTRUCTION GENERAL MANAGER: Ronald Bougie A HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPERINTENDENT: Jude Boucher SAFETY OFFICERS: Marcel Ménard Normand Dionne Marvyn Bergeron SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTITUTIONS: Gilles Perreault CSST MALARTIC FIRE HALL Tel.: 911 Tel.: CSST ENVIRONMENT: ENVIRONNEMENT QUÉBEC ENVIRONMENT CANADA CHRISTINE BARIBEAU, Osisko Environmental Superintendent Tel.: Tel.: Tel.: POLICE Tel.:

57 Appendix 13: Form First-Aid Report FIRST-AID REPORT Family name: First name: Address: Tel. no.: S.I.N.: Age: Foreman: Employer: Occupation: Date of accident: Time: Description of accident: Witness, if applicable: Part of body injured: Type of injury, health problem: Interventions: Medical examination: Yes No 55

58 Appendix 14: Form Accident Investigation and Analysis Report 56

59 Appendix 15: Form Serious Accident Investigation and Analysis Report SERIOUS ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS REPORT FORM Description of contract: INDIVIDUAL AND TIME Name of worker: Construction site: Name of employer: Work station: Supervisor: Witness: Date: Time: Overtime: Yes No Shift: 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon Day Night Additional statement details (if applicable) Version of witness(es) (if applicable): TASK AND ORGANIZATION Task at time of accident: Experience performing this task: Frequency of task: Action at time of accident: Body position: Type of work: Team Alone 57

60 Was there a written work procedure: Yes No Not applicable Was there follow-up: Yes No Not applicable Training received for this task: Yes No Date: Duration: Information received for this task: Yes No Date: Duration: LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT Precise location of accident: Fitting out and cleanliness of site: Physical conditions on site (state of ground, ventilation, temperature, lighting, dust, etc.): Compliant Noncompliant Not applicable Specify (if noncompliant): Photo: Yes No EQUIPMENT, MATERIAL AND TOOLS Identify the equipment, material or tools involved in the accident (if applicable): State of equipment, material or tools: Compliant Noncompliant Not applicable Specify (if noncompliant): Is there an equipment maintenance procedure? Yes No Not applicable Date of last preventive maintenance: Personal protective equipment involved (boots, hard hat, goggles, mask, visor, gloves, etc.): 58

61 State of personal protective equipment involved: Compliant Noncompliant Not applicable Specify (if noncompliant): Were they appropriate for the task? Yes No Not applicable Specify (if noncompliant): Photo: Yes No ANALYSIS (Research regarding immediate and root causes) Recreate chronological sequence and causes/effects of the accident: Loss or injury: Fact(s): Immediate cause(s): (Why?) Root cause(s): 59

62 CORRECTIVE MEASURES Correctives measure #1 Party responsible: Completed By: Date: Deadline: Corrective measure #2 Party responsible: Completed By: Date: Deadline: Corrective measure #3 Party responsible: Completed By: Date: Deadline: Employee representative: Employer representative: Signature: Signature: Participant(s): Date: 60

63 The following tables list possible causes. However, they should not be considered exhaustive. These tables are reference tools and should be considered a memory aid in the investigation and analysis process. IMMEDIATE CAUSES TYPE CATEGORY Operation or action without permit or authorization (e.g.: welding, enclosed area, driving, etc.) Immediate Work practice, behaviour Inappropriate manner of operation (failure to warn or to secure, speed, etc.) Immediate Work practice, behaviour Repair without stopping or locking off Immediate Work practice, behaviour Voluntary use of defective equipment or material Immediate Work practice, behaviour Use of equipment/material while failing to respect existing procedure or method Immediate Work practice, behaviour Under effects of drugs, alcohol or medication Immediate Work practice, behaviour Hoax Immediate Work practice, behaviour Violence Immediate Work practice, behaviour Bad positioning, loading or lifting Immediate Work practice, behaviour Assumption of a hazardous work position Immediate Work practice, behaviour Failure to follow established work sequence and/or plans and specifications Immediate Work practice, behaviour Lack of communication between work teams Immediate Work practice, behaviour Use of inappropriate equipment Immediate Work practice, behaviour Other Immediate Work practice, behaviour Inadequate putting away and stacking Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Defective tool, equipment, material Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Inadequate housekeeping Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Hazardous environmental condition (gas, dust, noise, heat, cold, etc.) Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Insufficient or excessive lighting Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Heavy traffic, heavy equipment, etc. Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Unstable ground Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Confined space Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Inadequate signage Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material Other Immediate Condition of space, equipment/material 61

64 Failure to use or inadequate use of personal protective equipment (e.g.: goggles, mask, gloves, etc.) Immediate Use of protective equipment Failure to use or inadequate use of collective protective equipment: (e.g.: exhaust hood, shield, aspirator, etc.) Immediate Use of protective equipment Safety devices rendered inoperable Immediate Use of protective equipment Safety devices removed Immediate Use of protective equipment Other Immediate Use of protective equipment Defective or inadequate guard or protector Immediate Condition of protective equipment Defective or inadequate warning system Immediate Condition of protective equipment Defective or inadequate cab, shield, etc. Immediate Condition of protective equipment Defective or inadequate cleaning system Immediate Condition of protective equipment Personal protective equipment defective, inadequate or unavailable Immediate Condition of protective equipment Defective or inadequate ventilation system Immediate Condition of protective equipment Other Immediate Condition of protective equipment ROOT CAUSES TYPE CATEGORY Physical and/or psychological ability inadequate Root Personal factors Lack of training, knowledge and/or ability Root Personal factors Stress, pressure, pace of work Root Personal factors Inappropriate body type for task (size, weight) Root Personal factors Other Root Personal factors Inadequate supervision Root Organizational factors Inadequate evaluation of hazard (environment, equipment, method) Root Organizational factors Inadequate engineering, design, ergonomics, plans and specifications Root Organizational factors Nonstandard purchasing or inadequate procurement Root Organizational factors Inadequate planning Root Organizational factors Preventive maintenance inadequate or lacking Root Organizational factors Poorly designed or adapted tool, equipment or material Root Organizational factors 62

65 Standard absent, incomplete or inadequate Root Organizational factors Training program absent or incomplete Root Organizational factors Inadequate communication of hazard (pictogram, etc.) Root Organizational factors Inadequate storage (location, organization, etc.) Root Organizational factors Inadequate or undeveloped work method or procedure inaccessible Root Organizational factors Roles and responsibilities not defined/circulated Root Organizational factors Other Root Organizational factors APPENDIX SKETCH OR PHOTOS 63

66 Appendix 16: Form Correction Notice ù CORRECTION NOTICE SITE: DATE: EMPLOYER: VIOLATOR: PLEASE CORRECT THE FOLLOWING SITUATION IMMEDIATELY Deadline THIS NOTICE IS ISSUED WITHOUT DETRIMENT TO ANY RECOURSE AVAILABLE UNDER LAW OR CONTRACT PROVISIONS. SAFETY OFFICER 64

67 Appendix 17: Form Warning ù WARNING Notice No.: Firm: Name of employee: Brief description of incident or behaviour resulting in this warning (Please indicate if witnesses were present) This warning forms part of your file and may lead to more serious disciplinary measures if this incident is repeated or if a new incident occurs. 65

68 Appendix 18: Form Noncompliant Situation Report NONCOMPLIANT SITUATION REPORT Date: Name (optional): Employer (optional): Supervisor (optional): Nature of report: HEALTH SAFETY Explanation: Signature (optional): SECTION RESERVED FOR MAIN CONTRACTOR: Date report received: Report received by: Response: A response was issued: Date: Verbal response Written response SECTION RESERVED FOR CONSTRUCTION SITE COMMITTEE: Date notice received by Construction Site Committee: Comment or correction of Construction Site Committee: Note: This form must be submitted two days prior to the Construction Site Committee meeting. Failing receipt within the prescribed deadline, the report will be dealt with at the next Committee meeting. 66

69 Appendix 19: Fire Protection FIRE PROTECTION Fire Protection Revision #1: September 28, 2008 *Note that the evacuation and firefighting procedure will be revised as work progresses on the sites. 67

70 Fire protection There are two key components to fire protection: Fire prevention An evacuation and firefighting procedure The Fire Protection procedure dictates the obligations and prohibitions implemented by the main contractor throughout the construction site. It was prepared in cooperation with employers, workers and municipal authorities. The evacuation and firefighting procedure aims to protect people on the sites, the public and property. Fire prevention Fire prevention should be a constant concern for everyone on our construction site. Each person must give it their full attention and take all measures at their disposal to prevent fires. To achieve this objective, the following actions will be taken by the main contractor: Explanation of this procedure during orientations provided by the main contractor Ban on open burning (e.g.: destruction of boxes from explosives) Welding and cutting permits mandatory for all construction sites (permits, Osisko internal standards and training available). Disciplinary measures for failure to respect permits Ban on waste accumulation Ban on operating defective equipment Ban on smoking within all buildings on pain of disciplinary measures Ban on any item of clothing, work boot or other combustible material approaching within 10 inches of a heat source ; Ban on accumulating petroleum products in an unventilated area Ban on locating tanks or containers of combustible material, such as petroleum products and propane gas, within 10 metres of all offices or dining areas Obligation to have a type ABC extinguisher of at least 10 pounds aboard all heavy equipment (daily verification of extinguisher and entry on inspection form) Obligation to have a type ABC extinguisher of at least 10 pounds aboard all other mobile equipment: elevating platforms, pickups, cranes, etc. (daily verification of extinguisher and entry on inspection form) Obligation to have an extinguisher near all temporary electrical panels Obligation to have a CO2 extinguisher in all electrical rooms Obligation to have an extinguisher of at least 20 pounds near all heating units Type ABC extinguishers of at least 10 pounds in all dining areas Monthly inspection of all fixed fire extinguishers and keeping of an inspection record 68

71 Continuous inspection by safety officers, supervisors and workers Obligation to immediately report all hazardous situations to immediate supervisor Smoke detectors shall be installed in all buildings on the various construction sites that house offices The main contractor shall install (as soon as infrastructures permit) fire hoses in strategic locations The Osisko fire marshal shall ask the city of Malartic to inspect our sites and make recommendations to the main contractor. These recommendations shall be submitted to the Construction Site Committee and the CSST. Evacuation and Firefighting Procedure During construction of the various buildings and institutions (school, CHSLD, cultural recreation centre, CPE/daycare, process plant, crusher, etc.), the possibility for quick intervention and the equipment available on the site will be changing constantly. Depending on whether construction is adjacent to an existing building that already has a fire protection system or a building well away from town, the main contractor shall prepare a separate evacuation and intervention plan for each location. Intervention in urban environments During construction within city limits, the collaboration of the municipality of Malartic is essential. The city has necessary equipment and firefighters in the event that an intervention is required. 69

72 Appendix 20: Evacuation and Firefighting Procedure: East Malartic Site FIRE PROTECTION Evacuation and Firefighting Procedure: East Malartic Site Revision #1: September 28, 2008 *Note that the evacuation and firefighting procedure will be revised as work progresses on the sites. 70

73 EVACUATION AND FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURE: EAST MALARTIC SITE EMPLOYEES WHO DISCOVER A FIRE SHALL: Attempt to extinguish the fire without endangering their own life or those of others. Never put water on an electrical fire. Use type ABC extinguishers. Quickly notify people in the area of the presence of the fire if it cannot be put out. Proceed to the nearest telephone, notify their immediate supervisor, and then the guard office at extension 2249, and provide the following information: - Their name - The type of fire (wood, oil, electrical, etc.) - The exact location of the fire - The name(s) of any person(s) in danger, if applicable Ask the security guard in the guard office to contact emergency services. Proceed to the muster station (map showing muster station at end of document) and stay on the site. This will make it possible for those responsible for evacuation to ensure no one misses the call. ROLE OF SECURITY GUARD IN GUARD OFFICE Upon receiving a call indicating that a fire has broken out, the security guard shall write down all information provided. Call emergency services at 911. Give all information requested. Wait to ensure the attendant has recorded all information before hanging up. Next, contact the following people (if they are not present on the site). These people are responsible for evacuating. Name Extension Cell. phone no. Jude Boucher André Lafontaine Antoine Sweet Denis Cimon

74 Remain in the office and wait for emergency services to arrive. Direct them to the site of the fire. The security guard shall close the gate to ensure that no one enters or leaves without the prior authorization of a party responsible for the evacuation. This holds true for all employees except those affected by the emergency. In addition, the security guard shall accept no calls from outside. ROLE OF ALL EMPLOYEES ON THE SITE When notice is issued that buildings are being evacuated, immediately stop all work, and follow instructions. Leave the work premises after securing it. Close all doors upon leaving (to slow the progress of flames). Notify others near their work site. Proceed to the muster station (map showing muster station at end of document). Report to their foreman and stay on the property. Await further instructions from their foreman. It is strictly prohibited to re-enter buildings during the emergency intervention. IT IS IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS STAY CALM AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER PLACE YOUR HEALTH OR SAFETY AT RISK. Denis Cimon General Manager Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 72

75 Muster Station Map 73

76 Appendix 21: Accident Procedure ACCIDENT PROCEDURE Accident Procedure: East Malartic Site Revision #1: May 14, 2008 *Note that the evacuation and firefighting procedure will be revised as work progresses on the sites. 74

77 ACCIDENT PROCEDURE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE ON THE SITE: Personnel Osisko has several first-aid attendants available in the workplace. A list of firstaid attendants is posted in the various gathering places (dining areas, guard office). Equipment The site has a readily accessible first-aid office, located in the administrative offices (see map at end of this document). It has basic equipment and supplies: bed, first-aid kit, complete stretcher, gloves, etc. The first-aid register is also found in this location. First-aid kits have also been placed on the site and in each company vehicle. ROLE OF WORKPLACE FIRST-AID ATTENDANTS The role of the first-aid attendants is to assist any person who suffers injuries or experiences health problems. First-aid attendants are obliged to provide assistance within the limits of their abilities. This may be limited to calling for assistance. When first-aid attendants intervene, they shall follow these rules: Evaluate the situation Wear gloves Evaluate the environment and ensure that the intervention is without risk. If this is not the case, immediately notify emergency services. Do a preliminary evaluation: ABC State of consciousness If the injured person is unconscious, request assistance as soon as possible. Proceed to the guard office or send someone. Request a first-aid kit. Provide all relevant information: Name of first-aid attendant and injured person Status of injuries Precise location of accident First-aid or medical services needed Whether an ambulance will be needed Location from which call was placed or address of facility 75

78 Air (open airway) Check respiration Clear airways Assist with respiration, if necessary: WEAR A MASK FOR THIS PROCEDURE Breathing (check respiration) Check the respiration rate Cover any holes in the chest (three-sided dressing) Administer oxygen, if available, and continue to check the victim s pulse (carotid and radial) Circulation (check pulse) If the victim is conscious: Locate and control any bleeding that could endanger the life of the victim. Check their pulse regularly. Comfort them and watch for signs of shock. Cover the victim to avoid heat loss. Wait for assistance and provide all relevant information. If the injured person can walk without difficult and doing so involves no risk to their health and will not aggravate their injuries, they should be accompanied to the first-aid office. 76

79 NOTE: NEVER MOVE AN INJURED PERSON WHO HAS SUFFERED A FALL. THEY MUST BE IMMOBILIZED ON A BACK BOARD AND TRANSPORT TO A HOSPITAL ARRANGED. ROLE OF SAFETY OFFICER IN GUARD OFFICE Upon receiving a call regarding an accident, follow the instructions of the caller. Refer to the List of First-Aid Attendants in the Workplace if requested. Take note of all information, and make emergency telephone calls, referring to the Emergency Telephone Numbers list. Remain in the office and direct emergency services to the location indicated by the first-aid attendants. Do not permit anyone to enter or exit the site without the authorization of the health and safety superintendent or the construction manager. ROLE OF WORKERS Report any work-related accident to their foreman before the end of their shift. Actively participate in writing the accident report, and follow all instructions from their foreman. ROLE OF SUPERVISOR In the event of an occupational injury, follow these steps: Ensure the victim receives all attention required in light of their condition (first aid, transportation, etc.). Shut down the worksite for investigation purposes: do not touch anything. Fill out the accident report with the victim (if possible). Record the names of witnesses and launch the accident investigation. 77

80 ROLE OF HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPERINTENDENT Take part in the accident investigation and initiate the process, if necessary. Notify CSST if one of the following three conditions is met: The injured worker must be absent for a period of more than 10 days The accident involves more than one worker Property damage amounts to more than $50,000 Submit a report as quickly as possible to management. IT IS IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS STAY CALM AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER PLACE YOUR HEALTH OR SAFETY AT RISK. Denis Cimon General Manager Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 78

81 Map Showing Location of First-Aid Office 79

82 Appendix 22: Traffic Relocation Plan TRAFFIC RELOCATION PLAN 80

83 Appendix 23: Accident Procedure ACCIDENT PROCEDURE Accident procedure: House Relocation (northern sector) November 2008 Revision #1: November 10,

84 ACCIDENT PROCEDURE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE ON THE SITE: Personnel Osisko has several first-aid attendants available in the workplace. A list of firstaid attendants is posted in the various gathering places (dining areas, guard office). Attendants are identified by a sticker on their hard hat. In addition, employers must provide a list of their first-aid attendants. Equipment First-aid kits will be available on the site in construction trailers and at the guard office. Hospital and CLSC The city of Malartic has a hospital and a CLSC where workers can receive primary care. They are both located on Royale Street (Highway 117) and identified in the attached traffic plan. A first-aid station is also located in the Osisko regional office located at 301 Norrie Street, at the eastern exit of the city of Malartic. ROLE OF WORKPLACE FIRST-AID ATTENDANTS The role of first-aid attendants is to assist any person who suffers injuries or experiences health problems. First-aid attendants are obliged to provide assistance within the limits of their abilities. This may be limited to calling for assistance. When first-aid attendants intervene, they shall follow these rules: Evaluate the situation Wear gloves Evaluate the environment and ensure that the intervention is without risk. If this is not the case, immediately notify emergency services. Do a preliminary evaluation: ABC State of consciousness If the injured person is unconscious, request assistance as soon as possible. Proceed to the guard office or send someone. Call 911 or have someone call. Request a first-aid kit. Provide all relevant information: 82

85 Name of first-aid attendant and injured person Status of injuries Precise location of accident (if necessary, check the construction permit for the exact address) First-aid or medical services required Whether an ambulance will be required Location from which call was placed or address of facility Air (open airway) Check respiration Clear airways If the victim is conscious: Assist with respiration, if necessary: WEAR A MASK. Breathing (check respiration) Check the respiration rate Cover any holes in the chest (three-sided dressing) Administer oxygen, if available and continue to check the victim s pulse (carotid and radial). Circulation (check pulse) Locate and control any bleeding that could endanger the life of the victim. Check their pulse regularly. Comfort them and watch for signs of shock. Cover the victim to prevent heat loss. Wait for assistance and give all relevant information. If the injured person can walk without difficulty and doing so involves no risk to their health and will not aggravate their injuries, they should be accompanied to the first-aid office. NOTE: NEVER MOVE AN INJURED PERSON WHO HAS SUFFERED A FALL. THEY MUST BE IMMOBILIZED ON A BACK BOARD AND TRANSPORT TO A HOSPITAL ARRANGED. ROLE OF SECURITY GUARD IN GUARD OFFICE Upon receiving a call regarding an accident, follow the instructions of the caller. Ask the caller whether they have already called 911. Refer to the List of First-Aid Attendants in the Workplace if requested. 83

86 Take note of all information, and make emergency telephone calls, referring to the Emergency Telephone Numbers list. Remain in the office and direct emergency services to the location indicated by the first-aid attendants. Do not permit anyone to enter or exit the site without the authorization of the health and safety superintendent, safety officer, construction site superintendent or construction manager. ROLE OF WORKERS Report any work-related accident to their foreman before the end of their shift. Actively participate in writing the accident report and follow all instructions from their foreman. ROLE OF SUPERVISOR In the event of an occupational injury, follow these steps: Ensure the work receives all necessary attention required in light of their condition (first aid, transportation, etc.). Shut down the work site for investigation purposes: do not touch anything. Fill out the accident report with the victim (if possible). Record the names of witnesses and launch the accident investigation. ROLE OF HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPERINTENDENT Take part in the accident investigation and initiate the process, if necessary. Notify CSST if one of the following three conditions is met: The injured worker must be absent for a period of more than 10 days The accident involves more than one worker Property damage amounts to more than $50,000 Submit a report to management as quickly as possible. IT IS IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS STAY CALM AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER PLACE YOUR HEALTH OR SAFETY AT RISK. Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 84

87 Map Showing Location of First-Aid Office 85

88 86

89 Appendix 24: Internal Rules INTERNAL RULES VEHICLE PARKING ON OSISKO CONSTRUCTION SITES SUPERVISION OF VISITORS ON OUR CONSTRUCTION SITES SAFETY HARNESS ON ELEVATING PLATFORMS SELF-PROPELLED ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS AUTOMATIC BACKING-UP ALARM 87

90 TO: All drivers of passenger vehicles on Osisko's Canadian Malartic Project sites DATE: October 20, 2008 SUBJECT: PARKING OF PASSENGER VEHICLES ON OSISKO CONSTRUCTION SITES Effective immediately, all vehicles on Osisko's Canadian Malartic Project sites must be backed into their parking space. Doing so will enable the driver to clearly see the roadway before pulling out of the parking space. This directive is intended to protect the company's staff and property. Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 88

91 TO: All Employers, Job-Site Stewards, Account Managers and Workers' Representatives DATE: February 1, 2009 SUBJECT: SUPERVISION OF VISITORS ON OUR CONSTRUCTION SITES In order to ensure the safety of visitors on our various construction sites and to facilitate access in a timely fashion, we are requesting that everyone adhere to the following rules: Visitors (Account Managers, Union Representatives, etc.): Inform the person to be visited (Employer, Job-Steward, etc.) as soon as possible that you wish to come to one of our construction sites; indicate the day you will be present on the site, as well as your expected time of arrival. Employers, Job-Stewards or Employees who must receive visitors as part of their work on the site: Inform the guard office that you are expecting a visitor (Account Manager, Union Representative, etc.); indicate the visitor's expected time of arrival. Ask the Control Officer on duty at the guard office to alert you when the visitor arrives. Inform the Main Contractor (Construction Safety Officer, Superintendent, etc.) that a visitor will be present on the site; indicate who will accompany the visitor. Collect the visitor at the guard office; you must ensure the visitor is accompanied everywhere and at all times while on the site. The Control Officer at the guard office: Upon the arrival of an expected visitor, contact the staff member the person is supposed to see. The staff member will act as host during the visit and accompany the visitor on the site. Ensure the visitor has the necessary security equipment before granting access to the site. If the visitor has arrived unexpectedly, contact the requested staff member, the Construction Safety Officer or the Health and Safety Superintendent. Have the visitor wait until the requested staff member arrives. The following people are prohibited from all construction sites, unless they are accompanied or can provide proof of authorization by an Osisko manager: Reporters, photographers and all types of sales representatives. Your cooperation is appreciated, Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 89

92 TO: Employers on Canadian Malartic project construction sites DATE: March 17, 2009 Subject: Safety harness on elevating platforms A safety harness must be worn by all persons occupying an elevating platform. Workers are not obliged to be attached at all times. However, they must use the attachment points provided for this purpose if their activities place them at risk of falling. Thank you for your cooperation. Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 90

93 MEMORANDUM TO: All employers on the Canadian Malartic Project's construction sites DATE: March 2, 2009 SUBJECT: Self-propelled elevating work platforms Self-propelled elevating work platforms are commonly found on construction sites. There are two types of work platforms: Self-propelled elevating work platforms for use on "off-slab" surfaces (Standard B354.3) Self-propelled elevating work platforms for use on paved/slab surfaces (Standard B354.2) Each type of work platform has several different models with/without outriggers and/or travel limiters, which prevent the platform from being moved while in a raised position. It is difficult to distinguish between the various models of platforms. The safety features that prevent a platform from raising if it is not on level ground or prevent it from moving if it is in a raised position can fail and lead to a serious work accident. As a way to standardize how work platforms are used on our institutional construction sites, the following rules were submitted and approved by the construction site committee: All self-propelled work platforms used on off-slab surfaces must be equipped with outriggers; the outriggers must be deployed before the platform is raised. All self-propelled work platforms, whether used on paved surfaces, slab surfaces or offslab surfaces, must be brought down to their lowest level before being moved. These two rules are effective immediately. Your cooperation is appreciated, Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 91

94 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: CC: All employers on the industrial construction site Jude Boucher, Health and Safety Superintendent Automatic backing-up horns Ronald Bougie, Construction General Manager DATE: May 7, 2009 Luc Lessard, Vice President, Construction Article of the Safety Code for Construction Sites states that certain types of mobile equipment must be equipped with an automatic horn that sounds when reversing. For example, dump body trucks and cement trucks must be thus equipped. Given the number of light-duty trucks that will be in use on the future industrial construction site, this requirement will be extended to cover the following types of vehicles in order to enhance the overall level of safety: Worker transportation trucks Supervisor trucks Service trucks Delivery trucks Vehicles that operate in populated zones (such as in the town of Malartic and surrounding areas) must also be equipped with a switch to disable the automatic horn system so as to not disturb the residents. Your cooperation is appreciated, Jude Boucher Health and Safety Superintendent 92

95 MINE CANADIAN MALARTIC Programme de prévention TMS Phase 6 Vibrations? 2012 Le 15 octobre 2012

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97 TABLE DES MATIÈRES POLITIQUE EN ENVIRONNEMENT ET SANTÉ ET SÉCURITÉ... 3 OBJECTIFS DU PROGRAMME... 4 APPLICATION ET RESPONSABILITÉ DES EMPLOYÉS... 4 MATÉRIEL, INSTALLATION ET RÉGISTRE DES PREMIERS SOINS... 8 PROGRAMME ET ACTIVITÉS SPÉCIFIQUES... 9 ENQUÊTE ET ANALYSE DES ACCIDENTS RÉUNION ET BILAN DE SANTÉ ET DE SÉCURITÉ MATIÈRES DANGEREUSES ET PROCESSUS D APPROBATION DES NOUVEAUX PRODUITS PROGRAMME DE FORMATION ET D ENTRETIEN PRÉVENTIF RÈGLES SPÉCIFIQUES À L ÉTABLISSEMENT ÉQUIPEMENTS DE PROTECTION INDIVIDUELLE (EPI) PROGRAMME DE FORMATION ET D INFORMATION POUR LES NOUVEAUX EMPLOYÉS CONFORMITÉ AUX NORMES PLANIFICATION SÉCURITAIRE DU TRAVAIL ÉLECTRICIEN MÉCANICIEN SOUDEUR MENUISIER OPÉRATEUR D ÉQUIPEMENT LOURD (camion, chargeuse, buteur, niveleuse) JOURNALIER ARPENTEUR EMPLOYÉ DE BUREAU PLANIFICATION SÉCURITAIRE DES OUTILS DE TRAVAIL COUPAGE ET SOUDAGE ÉCHELLES ET ESCABEAUX ÉQUIPEMENTS LOURDS (camion, pelle mécanique, chargeuse, buteur, niveleuse) OUTILS ÉLECTRIQUES ET MANUELS PROCÉDURE DE CADENASSAGE OBJECTIFS DE LA PROCÉDURE RESPONSABILITÉ DES INTERVENANTS MATÉRIEL NÉCESSAIRE POUR LA PROCÉDURE MÉTHODE D OUVERTURE D UN INTERRUPTEUR ÉLECTRIQUE PROCÉDURE DES DIFFÉRENTS TYPES DE CADENASSAGE COUPE D UN CADENAS FORMULAIRE DE COUPE DE CADENAS APPROBATION Osisko Programme de prévention version 1 2

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