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A few comments

In February of 2009, I started working for BP at their Noel Major Project around Dawson Creek; amulti-year, 1.2 billion dollar project consisting of plants, well sites, and pipelines.

In February of 2009, I started working for BP at their Noel Major Project around Dawson Creek; amulti-year, 1.2 billion dollar project consisting of plants, well sites, and pipelines.

I have a few comments about their HSSE (Health Safety Security Environment) policy. Theirhealth and safety programs are second to none. From "Eight Golden Rules" to "Stop-Think-Go" to"M.A.T.T." and their mentor programs, safety always comes first; no shortcuts, no deadlines. TheCarbon Foot Policy of no idling vehicles, driving 10km below, busing of workers, and carpooling isgreat.

Their spill policy covers everything from two-person fueling to secondary containments under allsources of fuel on site. We are required to report, photograph, and document all spills, no matterhow small; then properly dispose of contaminated soils.

It's nice to see companies going the extra mile; not just talking the talk, but walking the walk.

And to the nice people of Dawson Creek, thanks a lot.

Rick PoirierFlint Energy