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Safety Rules

Coca-Cola Refreshments Inc. is devoted to a culture where employee safety is the # 1 priority. Employee Safety, Accident and Injury Prevention is the responsibility of all employees, contractors and vendors that work for CCR. We all must make every effort to provide safe and sanitary working conditions. In order to assure the success of our safety process, you are the key participants, and must work safely, and keep your own health standards at the highest level possible. The following is a broad set of safety rules for the prevention of the most common incidents. These rules are expected to be followed at all times and will help keep you and your peers safe while working at CCR:

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Smoking is prohibited on Company property, except in designated areas. Use of cell phones and personal stereo headsets are not permitted on production or warehouse floors. If you are injured or involved in a vehicle accident, no matter how slight, report it to your supervisor (or another branch manager or supervisor if your supervisor is unavailable) immediately. Drug and or alcohol testing will be conducting for the following reasons: a. Reasonable Suspicion b. Post accident where the vehicle is in motion, this includes PITs c. Pre-employment d. Post Injury that requires outside medical attention e. When required by DOT under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Horseplay of any kind or running anywhere in the facility is a major risk to safe operations and is prohibited. Violence in the workplace will not be tolerated. Approach and open all doors with caution, especially swinging doors. Look through the window (if provided) before opening doors to avoid injuring anyone that may be on the other side of the door. Always have at least one hand on the handrail when going up or down stairs. Do not take more than one stair at a time. Promptly report to your supervisor and warn others of dangerous conditions that you may notice, to reduce the possibility of injuries involving yourself, or any of your coworkers. Emergency Exits, stairways, eyewash stations, deluge showers, electrical panels and fire extinguishers are not to be blocked by material or equipment at any time. Always use proper tools for the job you are performing. If you do not have tools, ask your supervisor to obtain them for you. Use the proper PPE that is identified by your job specific hazard analysis and thats required for the job at hand. If the PPE is not available or dirty notify your supervisor. Notify your supervisor immediately of any damaged or unsafe equipment.

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Whenever possible, push objects, do not pull them. Learn to lift the correct way to avoid back injuries: Keep your back straight Bend your knees Keep the load close to your body Use your legs to push up your entire body Dont twist, step and pivot Ask for assistance if needed Perform powerzone stretches prior to starting physical activity on the job. Arm Shoulder Stretch Standing Back Bend Hip Stretch Hamstring Stretch Thigh Stretch

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Appropriate work shoes with hard soles and leather uppers must be worn at all times. Sneakers are not to be worn. Only operate machinery when you have been properly instructed in its use. Notify your supervisor immediately if more training is necessary for safe operation of the equipment. Seat Belts must be worn by all CCR employees who a drive company vehicle or their own vehicle on company business. This includes forklifts and floor scrubbers. Operation of hand held devices while driving is strictly prohibited. This includes but is not limited to cell phones, blackberries, laptops and handhelds. All CCR employees who drive a company vehicle, including PITs, are expecting to always be courtesy, keep their vehicle clean and drive defensively utilizing the DD Training that they have received. CCR drivers will be held to the highest professional standards to ensure their personal safety, co-workers safety, public safety and the reputation of the company. Some common DD standards include but are not limited to: a. A daily pre-trip inspection b. Dont drive distracted c. Keep your eyes up and maintain a 15 second eye lead time d. Keep your eyes moving scanning your mirrors every 5 to 8 seconds and knowing all hazards in your travel path e. Maintain a 4 second following distance from the vehicle ahead and increase if road and traffic conditions warrant f. Keep as much space as possible around your vehicle and travel in the lane of least resistance g. Communicate to others by using your horn, lights and signals when necessary. h. Avoid backing when possible, use pull through parking or back as you arrive.

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Additional Safety Standards for Distribution
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Pre-trip vehicle inspection must be conducted and documented. All doors must be closed when vehicle is moving and locked when unattended. Vehicle cabs must be cleaned daily prior to post-trip inspection. Vehicle Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) must be turned in to the Fleet Shop for vehicles that need repairs. While loading a hand truck from the left side of a truck while standing in a vehicle traffic area, the hand truck must be placed so you are facing oncoming traffic while loading the hand truck. Bulk drivers must chock trailer wheels before loading or unloading at a loading dock. All safes must be utilized throughout the workday. Post-trip vehicle inspection must be conducted and documented.

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Report any damaged or unsafe equipment such as defective ladders, power equipment, etc., to your supervisor immediately. Floors are to be kept clean in all areas but be aware that slippery conditions may exist.

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Before operating any machinery, inspect it to make sure it is in safe operating condition. If any machine guards or other protective equipment have been removed from the machinery in your work area, advise your supervisor immediately. Operate machinery only when all guards are in place. Only the maintenance department is qualified to make electrical repairs. Report any frayed wires or attachments on equipment in your work area to the maintenance department immediately. Rings, earrings, wristwatches, pendants or any jewelry, may not be worn while working (except a medical identification necklace). This is necessary to protect against product contamination as well as prevent injuries. No loose clothing shall be permitted around moving parts of machinery. Keep your work area clean but be aware that slippery conditions will exist. Safety interlocks, such as electronic eyes, micro switches, proximity switches, dead man switches, E Stops, are not to be by-passed.

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Additional Safety Standards for Power Equipment Operators
Definition: Power Equipment will be defined as: Forklifts, Walkie/Riders, and Powered Pallet Jacks 1. Only trained and authorized operators will be permitted to operate any piece of power equipment. Authorization can only be made by a supervisor or manager. 2. All power equipment must be inspected before use. Any equipment with mechanical defects must be reported immediately. 3. If a seat belt is equipped on the vehicle, it must be worn with the exception of pickers in the picking area. 4. Arms or legs are prohibited from being placed between the uprights of the mast of a forklift or outside the running lines of all power equipment. 5. All operators of power equipment will be held accountable to the standards / rules that were explained during their Powered Industrial training. 6. Power equipment will not be driven directly up to anyone standing in front of a fixed object. 7. No person is allowed to stand or pass under the elevated portion of any power equipment, whether loaded or empty. 8. Personnel, other than the operator, will not be permitted to ride on the equipment. The operator may ride on the equipment only if it is intended to be ridden. 9. When a forklift truck is unattended, forks will be fully lowered, controls placed in neutral, power shut off and brakes set. 10. A forklift truck is unattended when the operator is 25 feet or more away from the truck. 11. Brakes will be set and wheel chocks will be in place to prevent movement of trailers or trucks while loading or unloading. 12. The flooring of trucks or trailers will be checked for openings, cracks and weakness before they are driven onto. 13. Sufficient headroom space must be maintained under overhead installations, lights, pipes, sprinkler system, etc. 14. An overhead guard is used on forklift trucks as protection against falling objects. It is not meant for the transport of materials. 15. Raising somebody on the forks or a pallet on the forks is forbidden. 16. Whenever a truck is equipped with vertical only or vertical and horizontal controls elevatable with the lifting carriage or forks for lifting personnel, the use of a safety cage with proper railings, kick plates, and tie off will be required. The safety cage must be firmly secured to the lifting carriage and/or forks.

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17. Emergency Exits, eyewash stations, deluge showers and fire extinguishers are not to be blocked by material or equipment at any time. 18. A safe distance will be maintained approximately three truck lengths from the power equipment ahead and the power equipment will be kept under control at all times. 19. The right of way will be yielded to emergency equipment. 20. Other power equipment traveling in the same direction at intersections, blind spots or other dangerous locations will not be passed. They must slow down and proceed with caution. 21. The power equipment operator is required to slow down, sound the horn and proceed with caution at cross aisles and other locations where vision is obstructed. 22. Drivers carrying loads, regardless of how small, will be required to travel with the load trailing. 23. The operator will be required to look in the direction of, and keep a clear view of the path of travel. 24. Grades will be ascended or descended slowly. 25. When ascending or descending grades in excess of 10 percent, loaded trucks will be driven with the load upgrade. 26. On all grades, the load and load engaging means will be tilted back if applicable, and raised only as far as necessary to clear the floor/road surface. 27. Never turn with an elevated load. 28. Under all travel conditions, the operator will have full control of the truck and operate at a speed that will permit it to be brought to a stop in a safe manner. 29. Stunt driving and horseplay is not permitted. 30. The operator will be required to slow down and proceed with caution on wet and slippery floors. 31. Dockboard or bridgeplates will be properly secured before they are driven over. 32. Dock board or bridge plates will be driven over carefully and slowly and their rated capacity never exceeded. 33. While negotiating turns, speed will be reduced to a safe operating level by means of turning the hand steering wheel in a smooth, sweeping motion. Except when maneuvering at a very low speed, the hand steering wheel will be turned at a moderate, even rate. 34. Only stable or safely arranged loads will be handled. Caution will be exercised when handling off-center loads which cannot be centered. 35. Only loads within the rated capacity of the truck will be handled. 36. The load engaging means/forks will be placed under the load as far as possible; the mast will be carefully tilted backward to stabilize the load.

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37. Extreme care will be used when tilting the load forward or backward, particularly when high stacking. 38. An elevated load will not be tilted forward except when the load is in a deposit position over a rack or stack. 39. When stacking or tiering, only enough backward tilt to stabilize the load will be used. 40. If at anytime, a piece of power equipment is found to be in need of repair, defective or in any way unsafe, the truck will be removed from service until it has been restored to a safe operating condition.

I have read and understand the above safety rules. I understand that it is my responsibility to work safe and to follow these rules for my personal safety and the safety of others. Employee Print Name:____________________ Employee Signature: _____________________ Supervisor Reviewing: ____________________ Date: _____________