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www.esb.ie/em Dec 2010 /Jan 2011 ENERGY INTERNATIONAL 21 Chief Executive Health and Safety Committee hosted in West Offaly Power our Zero injuries goal. he implored everyone to participate in risk assessment as the toll for pre-empting injury causes and eliminating them. Owen Wilson, Manager, Group hSE provided safety performance statistics. the three sub groups of Best Practice Sharing, learning from Safety Critical Incidents and high Impact reporting and Communications are chaired by dominic O’Brien, George O’driscoll and Sarah Gallagher respectively. If you have any comments or suggestions for consideration by any of these please contact the relevant chairperson. the Committee conducted two workshops: Safety and health Key Performance Indicators and Ergonomics. More details on this and all items discussed are available in the minutes at health, Safety & Environment - Chief Executive’s Safety Committee n At Carbon Forum Asia 2010 (l-r): Phil Doyle, Head of Carbon Solutions; Joe Duignan, Business Development Manager, Carbon Solutions; Conor Lenihan TD, Minister for Science, Technology, Innovation & Natural Resources; Wafa Abdul Rhaman, a representative of ESBI’s agent in the region; and H.E. Joe Hayes, Irish Ambassador to Singapore. GENERATION OPERATIONS thE COMMIttEE held its second meeting this year on 5th november in West Offaly Power. tom reilly, Public Safety Manager, ESB networks updated the committee on the scope of Public Safety concern, the most recent issue being the breaking into substations and theft of copper. the Chief Executive congratulated all concerned for the tremendous improvement in safety as measured by ltIs. he warned against complacency and urged for continued reporting of P1 incidents and thorough investigation of these as a driver for ESBI Carbon Solutions exhibits at Carbon Forum Asia 2010 ESBI ESBI CarBOn SOlutIOnS had the opportunity to meet a large number of project developers at the Carbon Forum asia 2010 exhibition which took place recently in Singapore. Projects in South East asia are likely to play a key role in sourcing carbon credits for ESB, and trade shows provide an excellent opportunity to generate project leads. In addition to the developers who attended the event, the Minister for Science, technology, Innovation and natural resources, Conor lenihan td, also visited the ESBI Carbon Solutions stand at the exhibition. Speaking at the event, Joe duignan, newly-appointed Business development Manager with ESBI Carbon Solutions said: “this event provides ESBI with an ideal opportunity to meet with potential leads and increase our presence in this region. South East asia is a very important market to ESBI and we already have a presence here with the Pesaka project in Malaysia, which is shortly due to begin construction, and which is expected to generate close to 500,000 credits for ESB.” n Kulim staff scale Mount Kinabalu International Asset Management Forum ESBI MEMBErS OF ESB International were literally scaling new heights this summer, when a group climbed Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Borneo. Standing at 4,095m (13,435ft), the granite massif is nearly four times taller than Ireland’s tallest mountain Carrantouhill (1,050m) and it is located in the Kinabalu national Park, a world heritage site. the ESBI group set off on their two-day adventure walking on Saturday July 26th after registering their trek at the park’s headquarters and picking up a guide. about 5km into the walk, the effects of altitude began to hit the party, but they made it safely to the plateau at 3,273m and laban rata where they spent the night. next morning, the group rose at 1.30am to begin climbing at 2.30am after a light breakfast chiefly of nuts and chocolate. the rocky trail took on the appearance of seemingly endless flights of stairs until they rose above the treeline where they got the first look at the treacherous rockface leading to the summit. here, a rope was fixed along the trail and they literally pulled themselves upwards and out above the clouds. Finally, they saw the distinct wide triangle of low’s Peak and knew they were near the summit, which they reached at 6am. On the way back, the most difficult Laban Rata Rest House. part of the journey was the descent down ‘the staircase’ through the rain forest, by which time they were all suffering from stiff muscles. One team member said: “We literally limped the last 200metres to the start/finish point at timporon Gate!” In addition to a memorable adventure, the ESBI team earned certificates to commemorate their achievement: the conquest of Borneo’s highest mountain. n Michael Fox, Manager, ESBI Engineering presenting at the AM Forum. ESBI thE 2010 MEEtInG of the International asset Management Forum was held in dublin on 18th and 19th October and was organised by ESBI Engineering’s asset Management Services. More than 40 participants from ESBI Kulim staff who took part in the climb. Low’s Peak - the Summit of Mount Kinabalu. nine European utilities attended the event this year. In his opening presentation, Michael Fox, ESBI Engineering outlined ESB’s 2020 strategic vision and how ESBI Engineering is assisting ESB in its achievement. Carmel O’Connor, ESB networks, presented on networks’ achievements under Price review 2 (Pr2) and outlined some of the challenges facing networks in delivering on the Price review 3 (Pr3) targets. Other presenters from ESBI included Brendan diggin, Greg hanna, Eamonn duggan, Michael Conry and Colin McCahey. Jon O’Sullivan presented on Eirgrid’s policy on the Grid Code and outlined the implications of high wind penetration on grid operation. the event was co-hosted by ESBI Engineering Solutions, ESB networks and EirGrid. n http://www.esb.ie/em

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