P.R.L. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS © FREMAP WHAT ARE THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS?

System Set of interrelated elements or interacting Management Coordinated activities to direct and control an organization Management System System to establish policy and objectives and ensure that they can be Management System of Occupational Hazards System Quality Management Environmental Management System © FREMAP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS System Legal .- Prevention Act and its implementing regulations. Collaborating agencies .- British and OHSAS standards. ILO .- Guidelines for the Management of Safety and Health. © FREMAP System Proposal SPANISH LEGAL SYSTEM

Law on Prevention of Occupational Risks (31/1995). R.D. Regulation 39/1997 of th e Prevention Services. Law Reform Regulatory Framework for the Prevention of Occ upational Risks (54/2003). R.D. 604/2006, amending R.D. 39/1997 and R.D. 1627/19 97. © FREMAP

BRITISH SYSTEM PARTNERS AND AGENCIES A set of institutions led by the British Standars, published specifications and OHSAS 18001.1999 18002.2000 in response to demand to see a standard for evaluati on and certification of management systems for the prevention of occupational ha zards. Compatibility with other management systems or environmental quality. © FREMAP

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE PROPOSAL Guidelines for a S.G.P.R.L.: Politics and participation. Organization, responsibility, competence and trainin g. Planning and implementation. Evaluation. © FREMAP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS ILO Guidelines Policy Planning and Implementation Organization Spanish Law on Prevention Plan Policy OHSAS 18001 Implementation and Planning Policy Document System Operation Active Control Prevention and Control Reagent. Rating: Audit and Management Review. Prevention Plan Assets Controls and Reagents (Assessment, periodic inspection, d amage analysis, ....). Legal Audit. Evaluation Continuous Improvement Action © FREMAP STRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Policy, Objectives and Goals. 2. Organization. Distribution of Responsibilities and Duties. 3. Document System. 4. Control and Evaluation. 1. © FREMAP CHARACTERISTICS OF A MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Complete. It should cover the entire process or economic activity of the Company . Integrated. The precautionary principle should be part of the duties of all em ployees of the Company. Comprehensive. Everyone involved must know and understan d their roles, responsibilities and the importance of their actions. Open. It sh ould allow changes or modifications based on the principle of continuous improve ment. © FREMAP OHSAS RULES OHSAS 18001:1999 management systems for the prevention of occupational hazards O HSAS 18 003 Criteria for audit CONSORTIUM OF ORGANIZATIONS

OHSAS 18002:2000 Guidelines for the implementation of OHSAS 18001 © FREMAP Management Systems OHSAS 18001:1999 Occupational risk prevention POLICY PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION VERIFICATION AND CORRECTIVE ACTION REVIEW BY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY © FREMAP OHSAS 18002:2000 Guidelines for the implementation of OHSAS 18001 IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE © FREMAP Management Systems OHSAS 18001:1999 Occupational risk prevention Continuous Improvement Prevention Policy Management review Planning Implementation and operation Checking and corrective action © FREMAP Management Systems OHSAS 18001:1999 Occupational risk prevention OHSAS is applicable to any organization wishing to 2. Establish a system of OSH management to eliminate or minimize the risk of employees and other stakeholders who may be exposed to OSH risks associated with their activities. 3. Implement, maintain and continuously improve a system of OSH management. 4. Ensure that it complies with the OSH policy established by the organization itself. 5. Demonst rate such compliance to others. 6. Seek certification / registration of its mana gement system by an external organization SST. 7. Perform a self-assessment and declaration of conformity with this OHSAS specification. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - PREVENTION POLICY Defining the Scope Definition PRL Initial Review Follow Operation Planning polic y and correct to the organization Suitable Commitment to continuous improvem ent Comply with legislation documented, implemented and maintained and avail able Communicated Revised The Department determines Review © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - PLANNING Defining the Scope Definition PRL Initial Review Planning Policy Implementation and Operation Continue Assessment Review and correct legal requirements Management Program Objectives It is the basis of the whole management system

© FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control 4.3.1. PLANNING FOR THE IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL OF RISKS The orga nization shall establish and maintain procedures for the ongoing identification of hazards, risk assessment and implementation of necessary control measures. . These

should include: routine and non-routine activities. Activities of all personnel who have access to the workplace (including subcontractors and visitors). Infras tructure in the workplace, provided by the organization or others. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control Risk Assessment: The organization shall ensure that the results of these evaluat ions and the effects of these controls are considered when defining the objectiv es. The organization must document and update this information. Definition of the system by specifying limits Risk assessment Risk Analysis Hazards Identification Risk assessment Plan of action © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control Was the assessment carried out by qualified technicians? "Is the method chosen t o perform risk assessment and has been applied correctly? Do you have evaluated the potential risks to workers particularly sensitive? Pick up the risk assessme nt all existing jobs in the company? Are they included all workers in the risk a ssessment? Are certain hazardous elements of each job? Are there avoidable risks assessed? "In the case of measurements or tests showing the values obtained? We re measurements made with suitable equipment and calibrated? © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control RESULTS OF THE EVALUATION: Identification of hazards. Assessment of the risk s. Tolerance risks. Follow-up and control risks. Actions to be done to red uce them. Establishment of actions for follow up. Staff training requirement s involved. protective and preventive measures for control of operations. re cords from the proceedings. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control RISK CONTROL PLAN FOR ELIMINATION OF FITNESS PLAN OF ACTION PLAN FOR CONTROL REMOVED HAZARDS

UNDER REGULATIONS VERIFICATION PLAN ASSESSED CONTROL PLAN © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control 4.3.2. LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS The organization shall establish and maintai n procedures to identify and access legislation and other requirements that appl y must keep this information updated. Must communicate the information to its em ployees and other stakeholders. . It

include: business license and registration in the Industrial Registry. Opening J ob Center. Industrial Legislation applicable. Legislation P.R.L. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control 4.3.3. OBJECTIVES The organization shall establish and maintain goals documented occupational health and safety, in each, at each level and relevant functions o f the organization. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control MUST HAVE GOALS IN MIND: Legal Requirements accident rate reduction of ris k levels audit reports. Nonconformity of the system Technological consider ations. . The objectives must be consistent with the policy of the organization, including the commitment to continuous improvement. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Planning for the identification, assessment and risk control 4.3.4. MANAGEMENT PROGRAM The organization shall establish and maintain a manage ment program PRL to achieve its objectives. These should include documentation o n: a) the designated responsibility and authority for achieving objectives relev ant functions and levels of the organization.€b) the means and time to achieve t he objectives. PREVENTION PLAN © FREMAP MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Prevention Plan Preparation Setting Goals Developing Prevention Programs Developing indicators

Monitoring Plans and Prevention Programs Evaluation results © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION Defining the Scope Definition PRL Initial Review Follow policy and correct Opera tion Planning Structure and Responsibilities Training, awareness and competence Consultati on and communication Documentation Control documents and data Operatio nal control Emergency preparedness and response It tells how to apply management system Review © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.1. STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBIL ITIES The organization must define, document and communicate the roles, responsi bilities and authority of personnel management, performance and verifies the act ivities that affect the risks related to preventing activities, facilities and p rocesses of the organization to to facilitate the management of PRL The final re sponsibility P.R.L. rests with the Directorate of the company. The organization shall designate a member of top management and give specific responsibilities. P rocedure for communication of responsibilities © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.2. TRAINING, AWARENESS AND C OMPETENCE The organization shall establish and maintain procedures to ensure that its empl oyees in each function and level, as appropriate, are aware of: act according to the policies and procedures of PRL, and the requirements of PRL management syst em The implications of P.R.L. arising from work activities. Their roles and resp onsibilities to achieve compliance with the policy and procedures for PRL, inclu ding requirements for forecasting and emergency response. The potential conseque nces of deviations in operating procedures. Procedure for the Management of Trai ning and Training Plan. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.3. CONSULTATION AND PARTICIP ATION The organization must have procedures to ensure that the necessary information o n the system is communicated to all employees and stakeholders. Workers should: Be involved in the development and revision of policies and procedures for risk management. Be consulted regarding any change concerning the prevention of risks in the workplace. Be represented in matters of health and safety. To be informe d of who their representatives of PRL, as well as the person designated by manag ement. Hazard Communication Procedure Procedures for information, consultation a nd participation © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.4. DOCUMENTATION SYSTEM The organization shall establish and maintain information in a suitable medium s uch as paper or electronically, to: Describe the main elements of the management system and their interaction. Provide references to related documentation. It is important that documentation is kept to a minimum necessary to ensure effe ctiveness and efficiency.

MANAGEMENT MANUAL © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation DEFINE: principles and responsibilities MANUAL AND / OR ACTION PLAN INSTRUCTIONS PROCEDURES OTHER DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS © FREMAP DEFINE, what? Who and when? ANSWER: How? RESULTS: are evidence of the implementation of the system OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.5. CONTROL OF DOCUMENTS AND DATA. The organization shall establish and maint ain procedures to control all documents and information required by this specifi cation of PRL, to make sure they can be contacted. Be periodically reviewed, rev ised and approved. Current versions of relevant documents and information availa ble to interested parties. Obsolete documents and data are promptly removed. The documents and data retained for legal, preservation of knowledge or both, are p roperly identified. Procedure for control of all documents and information requi red by the specification OHSAS and Records Management System for Prevention © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.6. OPERATIONAL CONTROL The organization shall identify those operations and activities associated with hazards which require the application of control measures. The organization shal l plan these activities, including maintenance,€to ensure they are carried out u nder specified conditions by: Establish and maintain documented procedures to co ver situations where their absence would lead to deviation from the policy and o bjectives of PRL Establishing criteria for operation in the proceedings. Establi shing and maintaining procedures to cover situations of risk for materials, equi pment and services purchased and / or used by the company as well as the procedu res and requirements of communication with suppliers and contractors Establishin g and maintaining procedures for design of workplaces, processes, facilities, eq uipment and operating procedures and work organization in order to eliminate or reduce the risk of PRL since its inception. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation PROCEDURES / INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATIONAL CONTROL: Acquisition Procedure T ask Forces. Acquisition Procedure Chemical Substances. Procedure Coordinatio n of Business Activities. Application for prevention in the Project Design. Application for Works and Facilities prevention. Preventive Procedures for wor kers at risk. Health Surveillance Protocols. Hazardous Materials Inventory a nd measures for safe storage. Provision, control and maintenance of the plant and work equipment. Provision, control and maintenance of PPE. Iidentificaci ón and access control to the plant personnel. Provision, control and maintenan ce of fire fighting equipment. Control Facility under I. T. R. Provision, co ntrol and maintenance of medical facilities. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Implementation and Operation 4.4.7. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE. The organization shall establish and maintain documented plans and procedures to identify the potential and the abil

ity to respond to, incidents and emergencies, and to prevent and reduce occupati onal injuries and illnesses that may be associated with such incidents and emerg encies. EMERGENCY REQUIREMENTS: Emergency Plan or Self-Protection Manual. Approved a nd Implemented. Appointments and training. Drills informed. Periodic revis ions or Plan Manual. Analysis of emergency incidents. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - CHECKING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION Defining the Scope Definition PRL Initial Review Operation Planning policy To monitor and correct performance measurement and monitoring accidents, incident s, nonconformities and corrective and preventive actions and management Reco rds Audits Review It tells how to control management system © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Checking and Corrective Action 4.5.1. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND MONITORING. The organization shall establish and maintain procedures to regularly monitor and measure the performance of the system. These procedures must provide: appropriate qualitative and quantitative measures. Monitoring compliance with goals. Active measures (inspections and pre ventive controls), reactive measures (analysis of accidents and incidents and he alth checks). Calibration data records measuring equipment. Procedure to monitor and measure results with an established periodicity of Working Conditions. Proc edure for calibration and maintenance © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Checking and Corrective Action 4.5.2. ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS, NON-CONFORMITY AND corrective and preventive action . The organization shall establish and maintain procedures for defining responsi bility and authority for: The management and investigation of accidents, inciden ts and nonconformities. Take action to mitigate any consequences resulting from accidents, incidents, or non-conformities. The initiation and completion of corr ective and preventive actions. The confirmation of the effectiveness of correcti ve and preventive actions taken. Application for action guidelines for the analy sis of accidents and incidents and nonconformities produced Control Procedure Pl an non-compliance identified and corrective action. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Checking and Corrective Action What is a nonconformity? Any departure from the work rules, practices, procedures, regulations, managemen t system performance, etc., Which could, directly or indirectly, lead to a situa tion of injury or illness, property damage, the working environment or a combina tion of them. OHSAS 18001.1999 © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Checking and Corrective Action 4.5.3.€RECORDS MANAGEMENT RECORDS. The organization shall establish and maintain procedures for identification, maintenance and disposal of records of PRL, as w ell as the results of audits and reviews. They must be held, be available and st ored securely. Establish and record the time that these records be retained.

Procedure for the identification, maintenance and disposal of records of Safety and Occupational Health, the results of audits and reviews of the system. © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Checking and Corrective Action 4.5.4. AUDITS The organization shall establish and maintain an audit program and procedures to conduct periodic audits to PRL management system, with the objective: To determ ine whether PRL management system: • • • Is in accordance with planned arrangements in PRL management system, including t he requirements of this specification. If it has been implemented and maintained properly. If it is effective and is in accordance with the policy and objective s of the organization. Review results of previous audits. Provide management with information on the re sults of audits. Procedure for conducting audits, with the detail required © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Management Review Defining the Scope Definition PRL Initial Review Follow policy and correct Opera tion Planning It will enable the Directorate to confirm that the operation of SGPRL agree to the policy of the Company. Review © FREMAP OHSAS 18001:1999 - Management Review 4.6. REVIEW BY MANAGEMENT Senior management of the organization shall, at interv als determined, check the PRL management system to ensure it remains appropriate and effective. The process of review by management should ensure that informati on is gathered which may enable it carry out the assessment. This review should be documented. Action included in the procedure to monitor and measure results with an establis hed periodicity of Working Conditions (see 4.5.1) © FREMAP Management Systems OHSAS 18001:1999 Occupational risk prevention FIX FIX RISK PREVENTION POLICY IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL PLANNING CHECK AUDIT OF SGPRL LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS

RECORDS OHSAS 18001 OBJECTIVES ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS NONCONFORMITY, CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTION PREVENTION PROGRAM MANAGEMENT MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OPERATIONAL CONTROL DOCUMENTAT CONTROL. DOCUMENTAT. THE SGPRL CONSULTATION AND TRAINING TO STRUCTURE AND COMUNICACIÓNTOMA. And COMP.RESPONSABI L. IMPLEMENTATION © FREMAP IMPLEMENTATION OF A MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR PREVENTING ACCIDENTS The Prevention Plan as a management system The Management System Manual And OHSAS Management System Correspondence with other management systems © FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Prevention plan management system of prevention PURPOSE: To integrate prevention in the management system of the company, reachi ng both the activity and the structure of it. CONTENTS: • Politics • Organizatio nal Structure • Responsibilities • Functions • Practices • Procedures • Processe s • The resources for risk prevention © FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM © FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Prevention Plan The implementation of a prevention plan must be carried out as scheduled, accord ing to the following phases: initial phase or after PREVENTION PLAN OF THE COMPANY Previous diagnosis and preventive policy objectives and consultation Organizatio n Participation

© FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Prevention Plan Implementation Phase PROCESS MANAGEMENT PLAN ASSESSMENT PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING RESULTS IMPLEMENTATION © FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Prevention Plan Maintenance phase ANNUALLY PROGRAMMED ACTIVITY MONITORING AND CONTROL MEASURES NEW EVALUATIONS DOCUMENTATION AUDIT SYSTEM © FREMAP PREVENTION PLAN AS THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM © FREMAP THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANUAL MANUAL "MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OR PLAN OF PREVENTION? Submission Policy Occupational Health and Safety. P. Goals and Targets R. L. Org anization and distribution of responsibilities at all levels of the company. Key activities of the Plan of Prevention and programming. Annual planning of the Oc cupational Health and Safety in the company.€Informative index SGPRL procedures. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.2. Continuous improvement OHSAS 18001 Policy - Legislative Compliance - To be disclosed - Update SPANISH LEGISLATION Legislative Compliance (Art. 14 and 15 of Law 54/2006). 4.3.1 Planning for hazard identification and risk assessment and control procedu res for prevention OHSAS 18001 for the Identification, Evaluation and Registrati on of preventive aspects which include preventive activities. SPANISH LAW - Methodology for Assessment of risk to the safety and health at wor k. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.3.2 Legal and other OHSAS 18001 Procedure for identifying and accessing legal and other requirements that apply

No correspondence SPANISH LEGISLATION Objectives 4.3.3 OHSAS 18001 - The organization shall establish and maintain doc umented objectives PRL for each relevant function and level within the organizat ion. - They must be quantified. - You should consider legal and other requiremen ts, SPANISH LAW objectives are not required except to comply with basic principl es of the prevention policy of the institution and ensure compliance with the ap plicable regulations. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.3.4 Programme management P.R.L. OHSAS 18001 - A SPANISH LAW - The Plan of occupational risk prevention. SGPRL management program. documented 4.4.1 Structure and responsibility OHSAS 18001 - The organization must define, d ocument and communicate the roles, responsibilities and authority of personnel m anagement, performance and verifies the activities. - Communication Procedure re sponsibilities SPANISH LAW - The Plan of occupational risk prevention, which sho uld include the organizational structure, responsibilities, functions, practices , procedures, processes and resources needed to perform the action for risk prev ention in the company, established by regulation RD 604/2006 © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.4.2 Training, awareness and competence OHSAS 18001 - The organization shall es tablish and maintain procedures to ensure that all employees in each function an d level have been trained in PRL - Annual Programme of Training and Records. 4.4 .3 Consultation and communication OHSAS 18001 The organization must have the nec essary procedures to ensure that relevant information PRL get to and from employ ees and other stakeholders. Law 31/95 SPANISH LAW DUTY OF INFORMATION AND CONSUL TATION REGULATIONS SPANISH - The organization should have appropriate procedures for informing and training workers about the risks they are exposed and prevent ive measures to follow. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS OHSAS 18001 Documentation 4.4.4 The organization shall establish and maintain in formation in an appropriate way to describe the main elements of the management system and their interaction, and provide references to related documents and fo rms of distribution. 4.4.5 Control of documents and data OHSAS 18001 - Document Control Procedure including the responsibilities and authorities assigned mismat ched SPANISH LEGISLATION SPANISH LEGISLATION The employer shall establish and keep available for the labo r authority described in Article 23 of Law 31/95. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.4.6 Operational control OHSAS 18001 should identify risks associated with thos e activities requiring the application of control measures through: - Procedures

to cover risk. - Criteria for operation. - Procedures relating to the risks of goods, equipment and services purchased and / or used. - Procedures and requirem ents of communication with suppliers and contractors; - Procedures for process d esign, plant, machinery. SPANISH LAW should be available from preventive measure s such as work teams manuals, work instructions on critical tasks. safety standa rds, safety data sheets chemicals, etc. Policy development and the RD or the RD 681/03 171/2004 procedimento force operations and to designate persons at risk f or the operational control (preventive resources) in situations involving risk. . © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.4.7 Prevention and response to emergencies OHSAS 18001 The organization shall establish and maintain documented plans and procedures to identify the potential and the ability to respond to, incidents and emergencies€and to prevent and mit igate occupational injuries and illnesses that may be associated with such incid ents and emergencies. SPANISH LAW Article 20 of Law 31/95 requires analysis of p otential emergency situations and adopt the necessary measures for first aid, fi re fighting and evacuation of workers, electing the personnel responsible for im plementing these measures and checking periodically, if necessary, for proper op eration. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.5.1 Measuring and monitoring performance OHSAS 18001 - Procedures to monitor a nd measure the performance of the PRL, through the use of active and reactive me asures, quantitative and qualitative, and data logging. - Procedure for calibrat ion and maintenance of metering equipment and records. SPANISH LEGISLATION Activ e control: observations of the work planned, preventive maintenance, inspections and safety reviews, audits of the preventive system, environmental controls and ergonomic hygiene risks and health surveillance of workers. Reactive control: a nalysis and investigation of accidents, first aid and emergency analysis © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS 4.5.2 Accidents, incidents, nonconformities and corrective and preventive action OHSAS 18001 SPANISH LEGISLATION There is only obliged to analyze the causes of health damage caused more than one day of work and review of the evaluation. - Procedure for the analysis of accidents, incidents and nonconformities. -Proce dure control of non-conformities. 4.5.3 Records and Records Management OHSAS 180 01 The organization shall establish and maintain procedures for identification, maintenance and disposition of records of PRL, as well as the results of audits and reviews. SPANISH LEGISLATION The Article 23 of Law 31/05 and subsequent regulatory reform , only requiring continued detention documentation detailing and have it availab le to the parties involved. © FREMAP AS STANDARD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS OHSAS 18001 Audit 4.5.4 Procedures to conduct periodic audits to PRL management system in accordance with OHSAS. Internal Audit Certification Audit 4.6 Manageme

nt Review OHSAS 18001 senior management of the organization shall, at intervals determined, review the management system of PRL. This review should be documente d. STANDARD SPANISH The Spanish legislation does not include this requirement of the Directorate, but is required to explicitly control this part of business ma nagement. © FREMAP SPANISH REGULATIONS 604/06 The RD requires external audit eve ry 2 to 4 years or at the request of the Labour Inspectorate, there are exceptio ns. IMPLEMENTATION OF A S.G.P.R.L. RESPONSE TO THE STANDARD OHSAS 18001.1999

UNDER DIRECTION OF THE APPOINTMENT OF PREVENTION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE R ESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT AND PROCEDURES MANUAL TRAINING SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION OF IN TERNAL AUDIT REVIEW BY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION © FREMAP CORRESPONDENCE WITH OTHER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT: UNE 66177:2005 ⇒ Improvement Corrective action results ACT PLAN Identification and planning Policy CHECK System Check DO implementation and operation PDCA cycle © FREMAP CORRESPONDENCE WITH OTHER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT: UNE 66177:2005 Election Method: - Basic (Policy Manual, Responsibilities and some processes. - Advanced (Basic + Management Review, Communication and production processes and critical to Quali ty, M. Environment and Security). - Expert (Advanced + Processes and threads, an d economic processes administrative, customers and suppliers). © FREMAP Selection of the integration method according to UNE 66177:2005 CONTEXT ANALYSIS OF IMPROVING EFFICIENCY OF S.I.G. BETTER LEVEL MATURITY

LEVEL OF MATURITY "? BASIC METHODS METHOD OF INTEGRATION SUPERIOR SELECTION METHOD According to UNE 66 177 IMPLEMENT METHOD SHIELD OF INTEGRATION PLAN © FREMAP CORRESPONDENCE WITH OTHER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT: UNE 66177:2005 INTEGRATION PLAN: - Level of compliance - cost and profitability - Impact on the Organization - SWOT Matrix - Processes to integrate - New proces s structure - Composition and hierarchy of processes - Shield (risk minimization ) IMPLEMENTATION AND FOLLOW-UP © FREMAP Table of correspondence between ISO 9001:2000, ISO14001: 2004 and OHSAS 18001:19 99 © FREMAP CONTROL: Audits

Legal or Statutory Audit Internal Audit • • pre-audit CONTROL SYSTEM FOR PRE-LEGAL • OHSAS CERTIFICATION

OHSAS certification audit © FREMAP CONTROL: Legal Audit SCOPE: The companies that have not entered the service Prevention by a specialized entity outside the company must submit its system to prevent the control of an audit or external evaluation, and companies developin g preventive activities with own resources and others. CONCEPT: The audit is a management tool seeks to reflect the true picture of the PRL system of the company, evaluating t heir effectiveness and identifying deficiencies that may lead to breaches of the rules, to allow decisions aimed at its improvement and enhancement. The audit c arried out a systematic, documented and objective of the prevention system. © FREMAP CONTROL: Legal Audit CONTENT: To evaluate the integration of prevention in overall management system of the company, in all its activities, and all hierarc hical levels of the latter, by creating and implementing the plan of PRL, and as sess the effectiveness of the prevention system to prevent, identify, evaluate, correct and hazard control work in all phases of business activity. Analysis of

the documentation field analysis An assessment of compliance with the laws of PR L. Conclusions on the effectiveness of the PRL of the company. METHODOLOGY: TERM: Two to four years. © FREMAP CONTROL: Internal Audit MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES INTERNAL AUDIT OF EXTERNAL S ERVICES COMPANY: • Audits • Private Entities External Prevention Service (FREMAP)

© FREMAP FREMAP METHODOLOGY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A SPRL STAGE 1: TEM OF MANAGEMENT OF THE PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS. 2nd Phase: EMENT SYSTEM OF PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS. 3RD PHASE: TRAINING ON OF THE STANDARD OHSAS 18001:1999. STAGE 4: IMPLEMENTATION HSAS 18001:1999. © FREMAP AUDIT CERTIFICATION Audit OHSAS certification • Phase I Audit • Policy Processes • Risk identification and assessment • Existence of documenta tion required • Internal Audit • Phase II Audit • determines if the organization noted the policy, objectives, procedures and co nfirms that this management system according to OHSAS. • Monitoring Audit. © FREMAP CONCLUSION The belief, support and involvement of the Address of the Company is essenti al. It provides a continuous improvement in management, through integration of p revention in all hierarchical levels and organizational, and the use of methodol ogies, tools and activities for improvement. Compliance assistance for the preve ntion of occupational hazards. legislation ANALYSIS OF THE SYS DOCUMENTATION MANAG ON THE IMPLEMENTATI OF INTERNAL AUDIT O

© FREMAP CONCLUSION external promotion of the company. Improved internal image by promotin g a preventive culture. Improving the production process. The process improvemen t increases the quality of the product or service market. Improving care and pro vision of suppliers and subcontractors.

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