12 THE STANDARD | June 2019, Revision 5 ELEMENT 5 EXPECTATIONS PERFORMANCE MEASURES 5.1 Potential emergency scenarios and their impacts are identified and up-to-date emergency response plans exist at the Corporate, BU, and Operations/Project levels.  Country and Operations/Project HSES Risk Registers define potential emergencies and their impacts  A company-wide Incident Management Plan (IMP) is developed and maintained describing the emergency command organization, response resources, operating cycle, and interfaces between the Corporate, BU, and Operations/Project site levels  BU and Operations/Project-level Emergency Response Plans (ERP) are developed and maintained under the governance of the IMP. Plans address, where appropriate, emergency-specific risks such as medical emergencies, serious vehicle collisions, oil spill response, well control, security, country evacuation, source control and business continuity  Bridging documents are developed for emergency response interfaces required between Kosmos and its contractors at the Corporate, BU, and Operations/Project site levels 5.2 Trained personnel, equipment and facilities needed to respond to emergencies are defined and readily available.  Command organization structures are established with defined roles and responsibilities and assigned personnel  Emergency response training is provided in accordance with the Kosmos Global Standard for HSES Orientation and Training   ERPs identify as appropriate:   Command Center locations and setup   Alarms, egress/escape routes, muster locations, evacuation and rescue methods   Medical equipment/supplies and transportation/evacuation resources   Fire detection/fighting equipment and locations   Atmospheric testing equipment (i.e. hydrocarbon gases, H2S detection, and response equipment)   Spill response equipment and locations   Well control equipment and locations   Security protection and safe haven   Contracted 3rd Party response resources with contact details and mobilization plans  Stakeholder contacts are included in emergency plans as appropriate 5.3 Regular training exercises and drills are conducted.  An annual exercise/drill plan with stated objectives is developed and implemented which supports current and/or planned business activities  Communication tests are conducted initially as part of operational readiness activities and at least annually with response team members  Routine drills are performed with workers at site locations based on site risks (i.e. evacuation/muster, well control, medical, firefighting, security, etc.) CRISIS PREPAREDNESS INTENT: Preparedness and planning for emergencies are essential to ensuring that all necessary actions are taken to control emergency situations and prevent them from escalating.