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1. General Requirements (ISO 14001 4.1; OHSAS 18001 4.1)

1.1. Alcoa Fastening Systems Van Petty Operations (AFS Van Petty) has established,
documented, implemented, maintains, and continuously improves an EH&S
management system that meets the requirements of the international standard ISO
14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007.
1.2. This policy shall be communicated to all persons working under the control of the
organization with the intent that they are made aware of their individual EHS obligations.
This includes all contractors, visitors, suppliers working for or on behalf of AFS Van
Petty.

2. EH&S Policy (ISO 14001 4.2; OHSAS 18001 4.2)

2.1. EHS Policy Statement
AFS Van Petty operates in a safe, responsible manner, which respects the environment, focuses
on prevention of pollution, and the health of our employees, our customers, and the community
where we operate. We will not compromise the EHS values for profit or production. We will
continually work towards the elimination of EH&S hazards, control of unsafe acts/behaviors,
exposures that may cause ill health and ensuring compliance with AFS Van Petty policies and
local, state, and federal regulations as well as continual improvement in EHS management and
EHS performance.

2.2. Vision
AFS Van Pettys management is committed to conducting business in a safe and healthful
manner, which includes the prevention of injuries and illnesses, the control of hazardous
materials, and the protection of the environment. This will be accomplished through leadership
and sustained commitment, and utilizing the best available technology, when possible.

2.3. Mission
AFS Van Petty will continually work towards the elimination of hazards and unsafe
acts/behaviors, in order to reduce the number of accidents, EHS incidents, and job related
injuries/illnesses. We will work safely in a manner that promotes the health and well-being of the
individual and the environment.

2.4. Goals
Identify the actual and potential effects our operation has on the environment. Commit to the
prevention of pollution and the continual improvement of company programs by reviewing stated
EHS objectives. Develop internal methods that meet all relevant regulations, laws and other
requirements. Invest in appropriate technologies that are designed to conserve natural resources
and provide positive benefits to the environment and society. Provide on-going documented
education to raise the awareness and abilities of all employees. Foster a spirit of interaction
throughout the community by making this statement available to the public.


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2.5. EHS Principles
We value human life above all else and manage risks accordingly.
We relentlessly pursue an EHS incident free workplace.
AFS - Van Petty works to prevent incidents or adverse impacts, in addition to responding to
them after an occurrence. EHS Incidents, including environmental spills, excursions and
other impacts, whether immediate, latent or cumulative, can be prevented. Our goal is a
work place that is incident free. Line management is accountable for assuring the means to
accomplish this goal and employees must contribute to this goal. Training to equip
employees with the skills necessary to recognize and prevent potential incidents will be
provided.
We comply with all laws and set higher standards for our suppliers and ourselves where
unacceptable risks are identified.
We support sustainable development by incorporating social responsibility, economic
success and EHS excellence in our decision making process.
AFS - Van Petty integrates EHS management with business and operating management to
ensure that EHS issues are considered in conjunction with financial aspects, when decisions
are made regarding new and existing facilities, processes, products, services, acquisitions
and divestitures.
We measure and assess our performance and are open and transparent in our
communications.
AFS - Van Petty in cooperation with Alcoa, audits its manufacturing operations EHS
performance on a regular basis to evaluate EHS Policy conformance, strengths/weaknesses
in environmental, health and safety management processes and plans; and to identify actions
that need to be taken to prevent incidents or correct deficiencies. Appropriate AFS - Van
Petty Directors and Senior Managers will periodically be informed of the audit findings. AFS -
Van Petty will communicate promptly and openly with individuals, concerned parties and
communities who request information regarding our EHS policy and the significant
environmental, health and safety potentials or impacts of our operations.
We supply and use safe and reliable products and services.
AFS - Van Petty takes reasonable and practical precautions to assure that the products and
services that AFS - Van Petty supplies to its customers are consistent with the EHS Policy.
Customers are provided complete and accurate product information.
We use our EHS knowledge to enhance the safety and well being of our communities.
AFS - Van Petty periodically sponsors internal or external activities that reduce or minimize
potential EHS impacts of our operations, our products or that advance EHS in the
communities where we are located.
We are all accountable for conforming with and deploying our EHS Value, Policy, and
Principles.
AFS Van Petty Employees, including contractor employees, are responsible for working in
a manner that respects the health and safety of the individual and the environment. Such
behavior is a requirement of the workplace. Line management is accountable for assuring
compliance with the EHS Policy and responding to environmental, health and safety issues or
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3. Planning (ISO 14001 4.3; OHSAS 18001 4.3)
3.1. Environmental, Health & Safety Aspects and Risks (ISO 14001 4.3.1; OHSAS 18001
4.3.1)
a. Includes a commitment to prevention of injury and ill health and continual improvement in
management and performance:

i. The management team is required to identify the EHS aspects and risks of its activities,
products and services to determine which have or can have significant EHS aspects
and/or risks, in accordance with EHS-50.120.1.2, "EHS Aspects and Impacts.
Department Managers will provide assistance and guidance to assist the EHS group to
identify the EHS aspects within their respective departments.

ii. AFS Van Pettys EHS aspects and risks are documented in a log that is updated in
response to changing circumstances.

iii. EHS aspects and/or risks are subjected to a systematic evaluation of their significance,
using a disciplined and documented method. Evaluation criteria and method, and final
selection of significant aspects/risks are documented.

b. EHS Aspect and Risk Identification

i. The Core (C4) Four, consisting of two executive coordinators, four primary coordinators
and four back-up coordinators, representing various departments and functions, identifies
initial EHS aspects and/or risks.

ii. On an annual basis, or as needed, the management team manages changes in activities,
products, and services that create new EHS aspects / risks, or in-validate previously
identified aspects/risks. New aspects and/or risks may also be identified through the
management review or by internal or external audits of the EHS.

iii. EHS aspects are documented and maintained by the EHS Manager.

c. Determination of Significant EHS Aspects and/or Risks

i. The Managers evaluate significance of initial EHS aspects and/or risks. On an ongoing
basis, the management carries out evaluation of significance as necessary.

ii. Significance of EHS aspects and/or risks is evaluated using a systematic risk analysis
methodology. Aspects and/or risks are rated with regard to the severity of associated
impacts/risks and probability of occurrence. The combined significance rating is
calculated using a formula by which an average of individual input by the group is taken.
These aspects/risks are taken into account in establishing, implementing, and
maintaining the AFS Van Petty EHS management system.

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3.2. Legal and Other Requirements (ISO 14001 4.3.2; OHSAS 18001 4.3.2)

a. General

i. The management team is responsible for identifying the applicable regulatory and other
requirements, or for coordinating, the internal or external experts engaged to identify
these requirements in accordance with EHS-50.140.1.3, "EHS Legal and Other
Requirements.
ii.
iii. Based on the recommendations of the ISO Management Representative, the
Management team is responsible for deciding whether in-house resources and expertise
are sufficient to identify the legal, regulatory, and other requirements that apply, or
whether the outside assistance of an attorney, consultant, or other expert is required.
iv.
v. AFS Van Petty identifies and has access to legal, regulatory, and other requirements to
which the company subscribes.

b. The process of identifying legal, regulatory and other requirements is developed in the
following phases

i. Identification of current compliance programs, and preliminary research of activities and
products that could potentially be subject to EHS regulations;
ii.
iii. Management review to determine whether in-house expertise and resources are
sufficient to identify all applicable requirements;
iv.
v. Initial identification and documentation of specific laws, regulations, and other
requirements that apply to the facility;
vi.
vii. Ongoing identification of new or modified activities that could potentially be subject to
EHS regulations; and
viii.
ix. Ongoing review of new EHS regulations and changes in legal and other requirements
that may apply to the facility.

c. Legal, regulatory, and other requirements are documented.

3.3. Objectives, Targets and Programs (ISO 14001 4.3.3; OHSAS 18001 4.3.3 )

a. General

i. Establishing relevant objectives and targets for attaining the goals of the EHS policy
begins with the commitment of senior management within each department. Each
operating department is required to adhere to the objectives and targets to attain the
goals of AFS Van Pettys EHS policy. Based on regular review of significant aspects,
goals and objectives are determined by the management team and reviewed by upper
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ii. AFS Van Petty establishes EHS objectives and targets to fulfill the EHS policy and
improve EHS performance in areas related to significant EHS aspects, legal and other
requirements, and views of interested parties.

iii. Objectives, targets, and/or programs are maintained in areas pertaining to prevention of
pollution.

iv. Objectives, targets, and programs shall be measurable, committed to continual
improvement, and consistent with legal and other requirements.

4. Implementation and Operation (ISO 14001 4.4; OHSAS 18001 4.4)

AFS Van Petty shall take into account planning, performance, measurement results, audit
checking, and corrective action during the implementation and operation of the EH&S.

4.1. Structure and Responsibility (ISO 14001 4.4.1; OHSAS 18001 4.4.1)

a. General

i. The Director of Operations provides guidance to the organization with regards to
positions and reporting structure, and is responsible for ensuring that the EHS is properly
established, resourced, implemented, and maintained. The Director of Operations
provides the EHS organizational structure, including identification of the ISO
Management Representative, in accordance with the organizational chart.

ii. All departments and functions in the company are responsible for implementing,
maintaining, and supporting the EHS.

b. ISO Management Representative

i. AFS Van Petty appoints the EHS Manager (or designee) as the ISO Management
Representative for EHS. The ISO Management Representative has the authority and
responsibility to ensure that the EHS is established, implemented, and maintained in
accordance with the requirements of ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

c. Organization and Responsibilities

i. Interrelation of personnel who manage, perform, and verify activities comprising EHS is
defined in the organizational chart.

4.2. Training, Awareness and Competence (ISO 14001 4.4.2; OHSAS 18001 4.4.2)

a. General

i. Personnel (including contractors and person's not directly employed by AFS Van Petty)
performing tasks that can cause significant EHS impacts and/or present Health and
Safety hazards are required to be evaluated for competence on the basis of appropriate
education, training, and/or experience, in accordance with Human Resources.

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ii. Employees shall be made aware of:

The importance of conformance with the EHS policy and procedures and with the
requirements of EHS.
The significant EHS impacts and/or hazards, actual or potential, of their work
activities and the EHS benefits of improved personal performance.
Their roles and responsibilities in achieving conformance with the EHS policy and
procedures and with the requirements of EHS, including emergency preparedness
and response requirements.
The potential consequences of departure from specified operating procedures

iii. The Training and Information Coordinator (TIC), Department Managers, and Human
Resources will establish the framework per Human Resources, for a training program,
which meets the above requirements. The TIC, Human Resources, and Department
Managers are responsible for providing employee training.

iv. AFS Van Petty identifies training needs and provides EHS awareness and EHS training
to all personnel.

b. The EHS Awareness Program is comprised of EHS new hire orientation training, ongoing
employee training, communication of the EHS policy and other information about EHS (EHS
Bulletin Board), distribution, and instruction in the use of, procedures and work instructions;
and training in emergency response.

c. Personnel whose work can cause a significant EHS impact or expose them to significant risks
will be provided with the appropriate EHS competence and skill training.

d. Training programs are reviewed and amended to address new developments and changes,
and response to nonconformances identified through the system of corrective and preventive
actions and internal audits of EHS.

e. All EHS training is recorded.

4.3. Communication (ISO 14001 4.4.3; OHSAS 18001 4.4.3)

a. General

i. The Managers and the rest of the senior team are responsible for maintaining appropriate
communications regarding EHS, its effectiveness, and performance in accordance with
EHS Consultation and Communication, which includes but is not limited to:

Internal communication between various functions and levels of the organization.
Receiving, documenting, and responding to relevant communication from external
interested parties.
External communication regarding AFS Van Pettys significant EHS aspects and/or
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ii. The ISO Management Representative and/or the Core (C
4
) Four are responsible for
reviewing relevant communications from external interested parties and determining the
appropriate responses and actions.

iii. AFS Van Petty maintains systems for internal communication concerning EHS and EHS
issues. AFS Van Petty also maintains a procedure for communicating with external
interested parties, including instructions for receiving, documenting, and responding to
relevant communication.

b. Internal Communication

i. The leadership team communicates to the organization significant EHS aspects, risks,
the EHS policy, objectives, targets, and management programs; EHS procedures and
work instructions; major events and achievements, and recognition of individual
employees and groups.

ii. The organization communicates to the leadership team information and data regarding
new EHS aspects, risks, status of EHS performance; progress in achieving objectives
and targets, status of implementation effectiveness of EHS, specific concerns regarding
the environment; and suggestions on how to improve EHS and its performance.

iii. Information is communicated through:

distribution of EHS documentation,
EHS alerts
EHS reports
EHS Committee
Monthly all-hands facility meeting
Monthly Business Review

c. External Communication regarding EHS issues

i. All incoming external communication regarding EHS issues is forwarded to the EHS
Manager and is recorded in the external communications log.

ii. The EHS Manager forwards the communication to the Core (C
4
) Four for review. The ISO
Management Representative and the Core (C
4
) Four determine which other functions
should be informed or involved, what response should be given to the originator, and
whether any internal actions should be considered to address issues raised in the
communication.

iii. However, if a copy of the significant EHS aspects is requested by external parties in
writing, the Core (C
4
) Four will evaluate the request and decide if it should be granted.
The decision will be recorded in the meeting minutes. If the request is approved, the
requested material will be provided to the requestor by the EHS Manager.

iv. The EHS policy is available to the public. The policy is posted in the main lobby,
employee area in the entrance, and on the EHS Bulletin Board within the company. A
copy of the policy is available to interested parties upon request.

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4.4. EHS Management System Documentation (ISO 14001 4.4.4; OHSAS 18001 4.4.4)

a. General

i. EHS, standard operating procedures, work instructions, and other related documentation,
are documented in accordance with EHS-50.240.2.8 "Control of Documents.
ii. Departmental management and the management team is responsible for identifying
specific documents that need to be controlled by the EHS and to:
Describe the core elements of management system and their interaction.
Provide direction to related documentation.

b. Documents pertaining to the EHS include:
i. EHS Manual and standard operating procedures;

ii. Documentation defining significant EHS aspects, risks, objectives and targets, legal and
regulatory requirements, and management programs for reaching objectives and for
monitoring EHS performance and compliance

iii. Laws, regulations, standards, codes of practice, and other such documents defining
applicable requirements

iv. Training programs and materials

v. Emergency preparedness and response procedures

vi. Work instructions, operational data sheets, and other written instructions for personnel
whose work can create a significant EHS impact and/or risk

vii. Documentation defining equipment and other operational controls, and instructions for
their use and maintenance

4.5. Document Control (ISO 14001 4.4.5; OHSAS 18001 4.4.5)

a. General

i. Departmental management and the Core (C
4
) Four are responsible for identifying specific
documents that need to be controlled. The Document Control Coordinator is responsible
for coordinating all activities to control documents, so that:

documents can be located;
documents are periodically reviewed, revised as necessary, and approved for
adequacy by authorized personnel;

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current versions of relevant documents are available through the document control
system;
obsolete documents are promptly removed from all points of issue and points of use
or otherwise treated to prevent unwanted access;
obsolete documents that are retained for legal and/or historical purposes are suitably
identified.

ii. AFS Van Petty controls all documents related to the EHS to ensure that they are
reviewed and approved by authorized personnel, that current versions of documents are
available where they are required, that obsolete documents are promptly removed, and to
ensure the integrity of documents.

b. As applicable, documents are identified by their title, procedure number, and revision
number.

c. Prior to issue and release, documents are reviewed for adequacy, correctness, and
conformity with the EHS policy.

d. Changes to documents are reviewed and approved by the same function or department that
approved the initial document, unless specified otherwise. Revised documents are
distributed with a change brief summarizing the changes.

e. Obsolete documents are removed from points of use and are retained for historical purposes
in a manner such that they are accessible only to authorized personnel.

f. Where documents are controlled in hardcopy form, master copies of obsolete documents are
stamped OBSOLETE and are stored separate from active documents.

g. Documents may be issued to personnel and outside parties who are not affected by the
document, but need a copy for information only. These documents are stamped or printed
with a statement declaring that the document is UNCONTROLLED.

4.6. Operational Control (ISO 14001 4.4.6; OHSAS 18001 4.4.6)

a. General

i. The management team is responsible for identifying operations and activities that are
associated with significant EHS aspects in accordance with EHS Health & Safety
Management Programs so that:

AFS Van Petty Newburys EHS policy, objectives and targets are met;
Procedures are established, maintained and implemented to:
o Identify activities, products, and services which may have significant EHS
impacts and/or risks;
o Address situations in which deviations from the EH&S policy, objectives, or
targets could occur
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ii. Managers conducting operations and activities associated with significant EHS aspects
and identified risks are responsible for planning these operations and for ensuring that
they are carried out under specified and controlled conditions.

iii. AFS Van Petty communicates EHS requirements to any suppliers and/or subcontractors
working for or on behalf of AFS Van Petty.

b. Operational Controls

i. Operational controls are methods, systems, processes, equipment to safeguard the
environment, and eliminate, reduce or control risks. This includes operational criteria and
procedures, work instructions, and inspection and preventive maintenance programs.

c. Purchasing and Subcontractor Control

i. Purchasing is controlled by specifying and communicating EHS requirements, and by
monitoring of supplier performance.

ii. The following categories of purchased products and subcontractors are controlled by the
EHS:

Hazardous materials, substances and chemicals, equipment for processing, storing
and handling hazardous wastes, hazardous waste haulers, treatment, and disposal
facilities
Personal protective equipment and equipment to be used for emergency response
Measuring and test equipment intended for monitoring EHS performance and
regulatory compliance (including calibration)
Subcontractors performing services at the facility, who bring in hazardous materials
or chemicals, or generate hazardous waste
Additional products and services that may be identified by the department because of
their association with significant EHS aspects, identified risks, objectives or targets

4.7. Emergency Preparedness and Response (ISO 14001 4.4.7, OHSAS 18001 4.4.7)

a. General

i. The relevant Department Managers are responsible for inventorying materials, wastes
and other substances, which, because of their characteristics, quantities, and other
aspects, create a potential hazard and can, cause an emergency, in accordance with
Emergency Preparedness and Response.

ii. The management team, with input from relevant departments, is also responsible for
identifying and evaluating potential emergencies and for developing appropriate response
plans and procedures.

iii. AFS Van Petty identifies potential accidents and emergency situations, and develops
appropriate response plans for preventing and mitigating associated EHS impacts.
Emergency response procedures are tested where practicable, and are reviewed, in
particular, after occurrence of accidents or emergency situations.

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The facility and other relevant departments identify potential hazards that can cause
accidents and emergency situations, to include hazardous materials and substances,
dangerous activities, and potential hazards created by outside forces and natural
disasters.

Each potential hazard is evaluated to determine whether emergency response plans
are warranted and, where relevant, appropriate emergency plans and procedures are
developed.

Emergency preparedness and response procedures are documented. Relevant
personnel are made aware of the procedures and where they are located. Where
practicable, emergency procedures are periodically tested.

The management team is responsible for reviewing and, as necessary, revising
emergency procedures after each occurrence of accidents and emergencies.

5. Checking and Corrective Action (ISO 14001 4.5; OHSAS 18001 4.5)

AFS Van Petty shall take into account implementation and operation, performance measurement results
audits and management review when implementing its policy via the relevant procedures.

5.1. Monitoring and Measurement (ISO 14001 4.5.1; OHSAS 18001 4.5.1)

a. General

i. The management team is responsible for reviewing relevant data and information on
activities, products, and services that are associated with significant EHS aspects and/or
risks, in accordance with stated significant aspects. The Management team is also
responsible for reviewing data and information relevant to EHS and/or compliance. The
EHS Manager is responsible for reporting incidents and the general compliance
evaluation.

ii. Departmental management is responsible for the identification, calibration, and
maintenance of measuring and test equipment, in accordance with stated calibration
protocol.

iii. AFS Van Petty monitors and measures the performance of operations and activities that
have the potential for a significant EHS impact and evaluates its compliance with
applicable laws and regulations.

b. For each monitored or measured characteristic, the management team determines the
measurement or test method, frequency, acceptance criteria, responsibility, and the manner
for recording results.

c. When EHS performance falls below desirable level, the management team determines
corrective/preventive actions, or establishes appropriate objectives and targets to improve
performance. If there is a possibility of a noncompliance against laws or regulations, the EHS

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Manager initiates corrective/preventive actions, or refers this decision to the ISO
Management Representative.

5.2. Evaluation of Compliance (ISO 14001 4.5.2)

AFS Van Petty will periodically evaluate compliance with relevant EHS legislation and regulations
including other requirements as necessary.

5.3. Nonconformance and Corrective and Preventive Action (ISO 14001 4.5.3; OHSAS
18001 4.5.2)

a. General

i. Corrective or preventive actions taken to eliminate the causes of actual or potential
nonconformance situations shall be appropriate to the magnitude of the problems and
commensurate with the potential EHS impact and/or risk, in accordance with, EHS-
50.320.1.12 Nonconformance and Corrective and Preventative Action.

ii. Each operating department is required to assist in maintaining procedures and processes
for identifying, investigating, and correcting actual or potential nonconformance
situations. Each operating department shall implement these procedures for its
operations, utilizing its monitoring and measurement system to assess compliance with
applicable requirements and the EHS policy.

iii. The Corrective Action Coordinator will provide guidance to the operating departments in
identifying, investigating, and correcting nonconformance and will periodically assess the
adequacy of each departments nonconformance process.

iv. AFS Van Petty maintains corrective and preventive action procedures for handling and
investigating nonconformances, and for eliminating their causes. Corrective and
preventive actions are followed up to verify their implementation and effectiveness.

b. Corrective/Preventive Action Requests (CARs) are initiated and implemented to address EHS
nonconformances. Nonconformance is a deviation from a policy, procedure, standard,
instruction, specification, legal or regulatory, or from any other requirement, which the
company established, or to which it subscribes.

c. CARs assign the responsibility for handling and investigating the nonconformance, for
mitigating any impacts caused, and for implementing measures to prevent recurrence of the
nonconformance.

d. CARs may be issued to internal departments of the company as well as to its suppliers and
subcontractors.

e. Upon implementation of corrective or preventive action, CARs are followed up to verify that
the action was indeed implemented and that it is effective.

f. CARs are initiated, documented, processed, and monitored.

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5.4. Records (ISO 14001 4.5.4; OHSAS 18001 4.5.3)

a. General

i. AFS Van Petty maintains EHS records in accordance with Control of Records to
demonstrate conformance with legal, regulatory, and other requirements.

ii. The Document Control Coordinator, with the assistance of the management team, is
responsible for defining which specific records need to be established and maintained
and for coordinating related activities.

b. Storage locations and retention times for records are specified in, EHS-50.360.1.13 "EHS
Records.

5.5. Internal EH&S Audit (ISO 14001 4.5.5; OHSAS 18001 4.5.4)

a. General

i. AFS Van Petty periodically conducts internal audits of the EH&S in accordance with,
EHS-50.380.1.14 "EHS Management System Audits. Internal audits shall:

determine whether the EHS management system conforms to the stated policy
determine whether the EHS management system conforms to the stated standard
determine whether the EHS management system has been properly implemented
and maintained
provide information on the audit results to management.

b. All elements and activities of the EHS are audited at least once a year. The actual frequency
depends on the status, importance, and past conformance history of the element of activity.

c. Internal audits are conducted in accordance with a documented internal audit plan
established by the Internal Audit Coordinator.

d. Personnel assigned to carry out internal audits shall have freedom from bias or other
influences that could affect their objectivity and are appropriately trained and, if possible, are
independent from those responsible for the audited activities. The selected auditors shall
ensure objectivity and impartiality during the audit process.

e. Results from internal audits are reported using a corrective action. The form is used to
document identified nonconformances and for initiating and processing related corrective
actions.

f. Results of internal audits are reported to the Core (C
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framework of management reviews.

5.6. Management Review (ISO 14001 4.6; OHSAS 18001 4.6)

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a. General

Periodically management reviews of the EHS management system will be conducted in
accordance with EHS-50.500.1.15 EHS Management Review. Director of Operations and
senior management team conduct annual management review meetings and evaluates EHS
results and performance of the EHS management system, and considers changes to policy,
objectives, and other elements of the system. The purpose is to ensure the continuing
suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness. The review is documented.

5.7. Fatality Prevention (Alcoa ASAT 1.16)

a. General

Risk Significance Matrix has been developed to identify fatality risks, rate them and plans
are developed to correct them. A fatality team is in place to identify new risks as well. The
Alcoa fatality database has been populated with fatality risks that been identified and closed.