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Revision 21/06/04 16/01/06 16/08/07 22/04/08 29/03/11 Requester Le Van Thanh Le Van Thanh Nguyen Van Muon Nguyen Van Muon Nguyen Van Muon Description Of Change New Document Revision Revision Revision Revision

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All information herein is company proprietary and property of CROWN Beverage Cans Saigon Limited. It shall not be reproduced or copied unless as expressively permitted or directed by Crown Asia Pacific Holdings, Limited. INDEX Page
Chapter I: EHS policy: 3 4 5 II: Introduction: 5–8 8 8 – 18 III: Scope: 8 8 9 and abbreviated for words : 9 9 reference: 9 10 10 The requirements of management system of EHS: 12 12 requirements: 13 13 14 policy: 14 15 15 16 16 16 and occupational health: 17 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………. Chapter ……………………………………… Chapter ………………………………………………… Chapter Chapter ……………… Chapter 1. General ………………………………………… 2. EHS ……………………………………………………………… 3. Planning: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… 3.1 Environmental aspects, dangers, safety ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… VI: …………………………………………………….…………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… IV: Term, V: definitions Documents ………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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…………………………………………………………. 3.2 ………………… 3.3 3.4 ……………… 3.5 ……………… 3.6 … 3.7 ……………………………………………. 3.8 3.9 Documents Control of management of system EHS: document: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………. 3.10 …………………………………. 3.11 3.12 ……………… 3.13 Evaluation of conformity : ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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……………………… 3.14 3.15 ………………………………………………………… 3.16 ……………………………………………… 4. Management …………………………………………… 5. EHS management system model for this international standard: …………………………………………………………………. review: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Internal audit: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive action: Records: ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

CHAPTER I

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH OF CROWN BEVERAGE CANS SAIGON LIMITED
The CROWN Beverage Cans Saigon Limited is professional to produce aluminium cans and ends to serve for social – economic life. The company commits implement, applies, maintains and improves continually EHS management system according to current laws and the standard of coporation. In order to implement this policy is the objective of managers and responsibility of each staff. In order to achieve the objective below the company will carry out it as follow:

1. To follow legal regulations of environment, safety and health in Vieät Nam, and coporation and other requirements involving to company activities.

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2. To reduce dangers, risks relating to environment of safety and health. 3. To reduce dangerous wastes from sources. 4. To enhance the role, responsibility and awareness of all staffs in order to minimize impacts to be harmful to environment, safety and health in all operations of company. 5. To commit continual improvement aiming without accident objective and without bad impact to environment safety and health. 6. To communicate this policy to all staffs and interested parties.

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INTRODUCTION CROWN BEVERAGE CANS SAIGON LIMITED
Company name Address Phone number Fax Email : CROWN BEVERAGE CANS SAIGON LIMITED : Hanoi Hight Way, Hiep Phu Ward, District 9 HCM City : 38.961.640 : 38.962.156. :

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1. HISTORY OF FOUNDATION AND DEVELOPMENT: The CROWN BEVERAGE CANS SAI GON LIMITED is a production factory, located on Ha Noi high way, hiep phu ward, district 9, far from HCM city about 15 km in the north it produces aluminium cans and ends/per year the plant started production 02/12/1995 with 188 staffs. Floors of plant: The plant was built at Hiep Phu Ward District 9: 39.360 m2. • The west of plant is next to Ha Noi High Way • The east of plant is next to village road and apartment building kien thiet • The north of plant is next to concrete factory Hai Au • The south of plant is next to village road repaining workshop and building factory Thu Duc. All source of rain water of Crown plant in the North, East and South was flowed to system of drainage. The source of rain water in the West and system of drainage flow to canals and finally pour to Rach Chiec river. 2. THE MAIN PRODUCTS AND SERVICES: The procedure of production of cans begins with pressing body cans from coil of aliminium after then cans must be transfer to washing machine and removing dirt from bottom of cans. The next step, cans must be decorated and coverred verni coat to protect cans when moving in the stage to protect inside of cans to keep flavor of product. The next stage is to make neck and edge of cans to close ends. Finally, cans must be sorted of broken cans in the procedure of making cans we use some materials such as coil of aliminium, lubricant, oil to cool, chemicals to wash, printing ink, painting coat, verni, solvent and mixture of glue to make closed ends.

CHAPTER III

SCOPE
EHS Manual describes entirely management system EHS of company to meet requirement of standard ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007, requests of group, legal and other requirements. EHS managemrnt system is described in this mannual is created, applied for production and business at the company including: all procedures of production and products.
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The company establishes and applies EHS management system in order to develop, organize, maintain and carry out policies and procedures involved to prevent and minmize to cause environmental health in production. This matter not only reduces environmental pollution, safety and health but also increases efficiency and bring econmic profit for the comppany. This manual is controlled as procedures to control documents.

CHAPTER IV

TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATED WORDS
1. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS ABOUT ENVIRONMENT: 1.1 Environment: Surroundings in which an organization operates, including air, water, land, natural resourcce, flora, fauna, humans and their interrelation. Note: Surrounding in this context from within an organization to the global system 1.2 Continual improvement: Recurring process of enhancing the environmental management system in order to achieve improvement in overall environmental performance consistent with the organization’s environmental policy. Note: The process need not take place in all areas of activity simultaneously. 1.3 Environmental aspect: Element of an organization’s activities or products or services that can interact with the environment. Note: A significant environmental aspect has or can have a significant environmental impact. 1.4 Environmental impact: Any change to the environment whether adverse or benefical, wholly or partially resulting from an organization’s environmental aspects. 1.5 Environmental management system: Part of an organization’s management system used to develop and implement its environmental policy and manage its environmental aspects. Note 1: A management system is a set of interrelated elements used to establish policy and objectives and to achieve those objectives. Note 2: A management system includes organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practicec, procedures processes and resources.
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1.6 Evaluate environmental management system: Process of auditing and confirmation systematically and be documented for having objective proves of evaluation aiming to define environmental management system of organization whether conformity with standard of evaluation environmental management system established by organization or not and inform this result of process to leaders. 1.7 Environmental objective: Overrall environmental goal arises from environmental policy that an organization sets itself to achieve. 1.8 Environmental performance: Measurable results of an organization’s management of its environmental aspects. 1.9 Environmental policy: Overall intentions and direction of an organization relaled to its environmental performance as formally expressed by top management. Note: The environmental policy provides a framework for action and for the setting of environmental objectives and environmental targets. 1.10 Environmental target: Detailed performance requirement, applicable to the organization or parts there of, that arises from the environmental objectives and that needs to be set and met in order to achieve those objectives. 1.11 Interested party: Person or group concerned with or affected by the environmental performance of an organization. 1.12 Organization: Company, corporation, factory, firm or a part there of or cobination, public or private, that has own functions and administration. 1.13 Prevention of pollution: Use of processes, practices, techniques, materials products, services or energy to avoid, reduce or control (separately or in combination) the creation, emission or discharge of any type of polltant or waste, in order to reduce adverse environmental impacts. Note: Prevention of pollution can include source reduction or elimination, process, product or service changes, efficient use of resources, material and energy substitution, reuse, recovery, recycling, reclamation and treatment. 2. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS ABOUT OHSAS: 2.1 Accident: Undesired event giving rise to death, ill health, injury, damage or other loss. 2.2 Audit: Systematic examination to determine whether activities and related results conform to planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable for achieving the organization’s policy and objectives.

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2.3 Continual improvement: Process of enhancing the OH&S management system, to achieve improvements in overall occupational health and safety performances, in line with the organization’s OH&S policy. Note: The process need not take place in all areas of activity simultaneously. 2.4 Hazard: Source or situation with a potential for harm in terms of human injury or ill health, damage to property, damage to the workplace environment, or a combination of these. 2.5 Hazard identification: Process of recognizing that a hazard exists and defining its characteristics. 2.6 Incident: Event that gave rise to an accident or had the potential to lead to an accident. Note: An incident where no ill health, injury, damage, or other loss occurs is also referred to as a “near-miss”. The term “incident” includes “near-misses”. 2.7 Interested parties: Individual or group concerned with or affected by the OH&S performance of an organization. 2.8 Nonconformance: Any deviation from work standards, practices, procedures, regulations, management system performance etc. that could either directly or indirectly lead to injury or illness, property damage, damage to the workplace environment, or a combination of these. 2.9 Objectives: Goals, in terms of OH&S performance, that an organization sets itself to achieve. Note: Objectives should be quantified wherever practicable. 2.10 Occupational health and safety: Conditions and factors that affect the well-being of employees, temporary workers, contractor personnel, visitors and any other person in the workplace. 2.11 OH&S management system: Part of the overall management system that facilitates the management of the OH&S risks associated with the business of the organization. This includes the organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes andresources for developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining theorganization's OH&S policy. 2.12 Organization: Company, operation, firm, enterprise, institution or association, or part thereof, whether incorporated or not, public or private, that has its own functions and administration. Note: For organizations with more than one operating unit, a single operating unit may be defined as an organization.
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2.13 Performance: Measurable results of the OH&S management system, related to the organization’s control of health and safety risks, based on its OH&S policy and objectives. Note: Performance measurement includes measurement of OH&S management activities and results. 2.14 Risk: Combination of the likelihood and consequence(s) of a specified hazardous event occurring 2.15 Risk assessment: Overall process of estimating the magnitude of risk and deciding whether or not the risk is tolerable. 2.16 Safety: Freedom from unacceptable risk of harm. 2.17 Tolerable risk: Risk that has been reduced to a level that can be endured by the organization having regard to its legal obligations and its own OH&S policy.

CHAPTER V

DOCUMENTS FOR REFERENCE
1. 2. 3. EHS Manual Crown Cork & Seal Company. ISO 14001: 2004; ISO 19011: 2003. OHSAS 18001: 2007 & 18002: 1999.

CHAPTER VI

THE REQUIREMENTS OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: The company estalishes, applies, and maintains EHS management systems for its activities which are appropriate with requests of standard ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 legal and other requirements. 2. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH: The General Director establishes the policy of EHS managerment system of company and it is created based on principles: 2.1 It is propriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts, safety and occupational health of company activities.
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2.2 To commit continual improvement, prevention of pollution, safety and health 2.3 To commit complying with applicable legal requirements and with other requests. 2.4 To put forward and review environmental objectives and targets of safety and occupational health. 2.5 To communicate widely to staffs and interested parties. EHS policy is mentioned on page 3 of EHS and others mannual which are controlled by controlled document center. 3. PLANNING: 3.1 Environmental aspects and dangers and occupational health: The company establishes, applies and maintains procedures in writing to define and evaluate environmental aspects and dangers of safety health 3.1.1 EHS departments establishes procedures to define and audit environmental aspects and danger, safety health. 3.1.2 The depantments defines aspects and dangers of environmental impacts, safety and occupational health based on own department. 3.1.3 EHS department collects and considers for establishing general list and carry out evaluating. 3.1.4 The managers communicate to staffs to be aware of dangers and its significant impact in own activity. 3.1.5 When changing operation, products services, laws, procedures and other requirements, EHS department with other departiments up-date and inform the changes to staffs.  Related documents: 09 – V028. 3.2 Legal and other requirements: The company has access and considers as the same time to follow legal and other interested requirements these requests include following matters: 3.2.1 Laws to protect environment. 3.2.2 The standards of environment, safety and health, . . . 3.2.3 The own procedures for careers. 3.2.4 The own procedures for products or services of company. 3.2.5 The own procedures for activity (licence of operation).  Related documents: 09 – V026; 09 - V038; 09 – V039; 09 – V040.

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3.3

Objectives, targets and EHS management program: Objectives, targets and EHS management program are established at each functioned department in the company in order to carry out environmental policy, safety and occupational health. In procecess of implementing, the company established environmental management program safety and occupational health according to targets and objectives of environment, safety and occupational health as planned. This program is evaluated as important strategic plan of company and defined clearly creating and of approving targets, objectives and environmental management program, safety and occupational health we must ensure: 3.3.1 To meet to environmental policy, safety, and occupatioonal health. 3.3.2 Concrete and can be measured. 3.3.3 To be according with legal and other requirements. 3.3.4 Accordance with finance of company. 3.3.5 To consider the views of interested parties. Besides, the commitments to prevent environmental pollution, safety and occupational health are also considered through objectives, targets and EHS management program which are used to based on evaluating effectiveness of implementation EHS management program of company. The foundation, adjustment of objectives, targets and EHS management program are mentioned and considered in the auditing meeting of leaders or other sudden meetings. 3.3.6 Responsibility to achieve objectives, targets and management of 3.3.7 Essential resources. 3.3.8 Measurement and progress to achieve objectives, targets and EHS management program. 3.3.9 To arrange detailed activies as right order. 3.3.10 To audit program regularly in order to report changes or adjustments of objecttires targets and EHS management program of company.  Related documents: 09 – V027; 00 – V027.

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Implementation and operation: To effectively implement EHS management system, company pays attention to most basic factors in strructures of organization and cooperation of departments.

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3.5

Structures and responsibilities: ORGANIZATION CHART

General Director

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Finance Manager

Plant Director

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In company, structures and responsibilities combine together and defined clearly and communicate widely. Besides, in order to effectively implement EHS management system- Board of director consider to complete nessessary humen resource for carrying out and controlling system. Board of director appoint manager representative environment, safety and occupational health Expect for duty in system, manager representative has roles, responsibilities and authority in work: 3.5.1 Ensure the establishment, implemenation and the maintenance of EHS management system according with standard ISO 14001: 2004, OHSAS 18001: 2007, legal and other requirements. 3.5.2 Report rusult of implementation of system to BOD to consider and improve. 3.5.3 Relate to outside organization which involve to environment, safety and occupational health.  Related documents: 06 – V224; 06 – V213. 3.6 Competence, training and awareness: The company should ensurevall staffs wordcing for or on behalf of the organization, their work can cause little or much impact significantly to environment, their competence is based on approriate education, training or experience and must store related files. In process of implementation, the work of staff affects to environment, safety and health therefore, board of director should should cosider and analize ability of professtion in each person in order to plan request of training properly the purpose of professional fields of company and commit with policy, objectives, targets and EHS management program, rise awareness, responsibility, individual as follow: 3.6.1 The importance of accordance with policy and requirement EHS management system. 3.6.2 The environmental impacts, safety and occuptional health, significantly at present or latent from activities of each staff. 3.6.3 Role and responsibility in appying to requirements of system and requests to be ready to meet emergency.
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3.6.4 To realize environmental results, safety and occupational health which is latent one of the most essential requests is staff’s competence after training must be good at working inarder to minimuze environmental pollution, safety and health.  Related documents: 06 – V810; 09 – V038; 09 – V028; 09 – V029. 3.7 Communication: Since establishing system, company exploit information widely both of resources: 3.7.1 Internal communication among of levels and different funtioned department in the company board of director guides periodly evalaution in company following internal audit. 3.7.2 The department carry out documenting and meet relevant information from interested parties and outside impacts, dangers, safety. Which are significant to company can impact from outside will be considered and copy completely involved decisions when solving matters.  Related documents: 06 – V224; 00 – V017. 3.8 Documents of management system EHS: Documents EHS management system were established by departments, applied and maintained under form of electronic documents fully, accordance with requirement of standard: ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007, legal and other requirements, including: 3.8.1 Decrible important factors of system and their interaction. 3.8.2 To put forward clear guidances about work. 3.8.3 Management system of EHS is established applied and maintained for company activities which is described as follow: Documents to mention general system: - EHS policy, objectives, targets EHS manual - Responsibility – authority - Description of system Documents to describe the manner of activities Procedures EHS for managing EHS according with request and management system standard of ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, legal and other requirements The other documents They are not procedures as technical documents,
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technological procedures and regulations relating to system Detailed guidance in implementing works Guidances of work including steps of work, designs, drawings efc… Record of results in As necessary, it’s possible to put forward in operating EHS of manual of environment, safety and health company of system EHS manual: EHS manual is kind of documents to define entire management system of EHS. 3.9 Control of documents: Crown Beverage Cans Saigon Limited established a system to control all documents relating to EHS. This control is implemented as procedure of controlling documents it’s controlled according with requirement of standard ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 legal and other reqyirements. The special department is responsible in controlling documents to ensure: 3.9.1 Documents to revise completely. 3.9.2 Must guide exactly the position of documents classify to be easy for finding and seeing. 3.9.3 Documents to divide into functioned department and activity. 3.9.4 Consider and revise them periodically if necessary they must be approved by authoritative levels before issuing. 3.9.5 Current documents to be available for use at stations. 3.9.6 Nonconformable documents to quickly eliminate out of places to use. Except for necessary documents to keep for reference these must be defined following procedures of controlling documents. 3.9.7 Ensure to define and distribute with control of documents which is external of origin. 3.9.8 Prevent the unintended use of obsolete documents and apply suitable indentification to these (them).  Related documents: 00 – V005.

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planned policy. They related by using working guidances, instruction of operation and procedures of processes: 3.10.1 Activities to prevent environmental collection and ensure safety and occupational health, to change procedures and manage human resource. 3.10.2 Activities to manage environment, safety and occupational health daily in the company. 3.10.3 Up-date, follow legal and other requirements related documents.  Related documents: 09 – V005; 09 – V006; 09 – V009; 09 – V010; 09 – V014; 09 – V015; 09 – V016; 09 – V017; 09 – V018; 09 – V022; 09 – V023; 09 – V024; 09 – V029; 09 – V030, 09 – V031, 09 – V033. 09 – V034, 09 – V037, 09 – V038, 09 – V039, 09 – V040. 3.11 Emergency preparedness and response: In any operation, the company must define environmental aspects, dangers, safety and occupational health, significantly and since them carry out defining potential matters and emergency situations. This is foundation of making plans to meet in accordance with emergency situations aiming to prevention and reduction bad impacts to environment, safety and occupational health. All departments must apply, maintain proceduring of control and activity which are revised regularly as necessary. EHS department is responsible to make emergency plan including as follow: 3.11.1 Responsibility and list of leading staffs in emergency situations. 3.11.2 Action to do when occuring different kinds of situations. 3.11.3 Communicate about dangerous materials, potential effectiveness of each kind of material to environment, safety and occupational health and measurment to need carrying out when happening incidents. 3.11.4 Training theory and practice. 3.11.5 Consider and correct proceduses after incidents.  Related documents: 09 – V038; 09 – V002; 09 – V018. 3.12 Monitoring and measurement: Managers establish procedures to monitor and measure on regular basis the key characteristics of its operations that can have a significant environmental impact, safety and occupational health. All
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department managers and staffs document of information, and often monitor results of environmental perfomance, safety and occupational health in own departmnet, aiming to supervise activities, targets and environmental managing program, safety and occupational health as planned. The company ensures to supply completely equipments of essential measurement. To revise periodically equipments and maintainance is acordance with standard of 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:1999. The figures of environmental activity, safety and occupational health were controlled steadily by company and ensure objective and necessary exaction legal and other requirements will be evaluated periodly to ensure level of accordance and make a basis for improving EHS management system.  Related documents: 09 – V031; 05 – GEN – V001; 01 – GEN – V039. 3.13 Evaluation of conformity: Consistent with commitment of conformity, the company shall establish, apply and maintain a procedure(s) for periodically evaluating conformity with legal and other requirements which company applied. 3.13.1 Establish, implement and maintain procedures to evaluate conformity periodically with legal equivalent requirements.. 3.13.2 Evaluation of conformity with other requirements. 3.13.3 To store records of evaluating performance periodically  Related documents: 00 – V014. 3.14 Nonconformity and corrective preventive actions.: When we find out the non conformity relating to environmet, safety and occupational health all department managers are responsible to analyse cause and implement corrective preventive actions to ensure the non conformity doesn’t occur again. Besides, EHS department will monitor, confirm effectiveness of corrective preventive actions, and adjust document in accordance with changes by carrying out corrective preventive actions. EHS department monitors results of environmental activities, safety and occupational health of company and suggests measurements of improvement through requirement of corretive preventive actions. Define and correct non conformity and implement actions to minimize environmental impact, safety and occupational health.  Related documents: 00 – V014.
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3.15 Records: Records is a kind of special document which is collected, analysed stored and controlled in order to use for proves of activity in system. The company establishes, applies, and maintains procedures of controlling records to define, conform, collect, store, manage, arrange, trace use and destroy EHS records. EHS records are defined, applied and maintained aiming to supply proves in accordance with specified requirements of system in order to ensure records not to be damaged and lost, the records include as follow: 3.15.1 The records of activity aren’t allowed to restore in documents of system. 3.15.2 Training records. 3.15.3 Records of suppliers or EHS services. 3.15.4 Records to control, maintain and adjust. 3.15.5 Records of legal and other requirements. 3.15.6 Results of evaluation and revise. 3.15.7 Records of internal evaluation. 3.15.8 Records of consideration of leaders.  Related documents: 00 – V016. 3.16 Internal audit: The company carries out internal audit EHS management system once/six month periodically as planned in order to define EHS management system in accordance with: 3.16.1 In accordance with EHS plans including requirements of these standard (ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007). 3.16.2 Reponsed and maintained exactly. When planning evuluation, the company notices to situation and importance of processes and evaluated fields, also results of previous evaluations standards, scopes, and ways of evaluation are defined in each time to evaluate. Board of director carry out choosing and trainning evaluated auditor, and evaluate as principles to ensure objective and justice in processing of evaluation. The auditors mustn’t be partial or be impacted to own objective and as aresult not to evaluate their own work. After evaluation, comunication of evaluating results must be supplied completely to board of directors. The department managers are responsible about evaluated fields, ensure to implement in time for preventive corrective actions in order to eliminate non conformity to find out while evaluating and their
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causes. Auditors confirm the effectiveness of corrective action and report results of audits to management and they will be considered in the meeting of leaders.  Related documents: 00 – V017. 4. MANAGEMENT REVIEW: The board of director shall review EHS management system periodically to ensure in accordance with complete and effective continual system. EHS department and related department are responsible to supply completely necessary information to serve for reviewing to change able requests as follow: 4.1 Policy of environment, safety and occupational health. 4.2 Objectves and targects of environment, safety and occupational health. 4.3 The other factors of system following results of audit of EHS management system. 4.4 To commit continual improvement of system.  Related documents: 00 – V002.

5. EHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MODEL:

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CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT

EHS POLICY MANAGEMENT REVIEW PLANNING

CHECKING

IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION

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