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1 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II
Responsible Care® Environment CODE OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICEs Task Force – 07 ECMP March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

2 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II
Contents Environment Team Members Introduction Codes of Management Practice Objective – Environment Code Relation to RC Guiding Principles Implementation Examples Environment Code of Management Practices Guidance, Suggested Activities and Self Assessment March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

3 Environment Team Members
CAER - Team Members Saeed A. Al-Garni Task Force Leader SAHARA Mohammed Adil Majid Task Force Member NATPET Sudhir Sivarajan BOROUGE Naved Khan QAPCO Abdulrasheed Jaffar SABIC March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

4 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II
Introduction In December 2009, the Gulf Chemicals and Petrochemicals (GPCA) Board of Directors formally adopted the Chemical Industry’s initiative called “Responsible Care®”. Responsible Care was created in 1984 by the Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, with the clear intent of establishing the following goals: Improved chemical processes Enhanced practices and procedures Reduction of every kind of waste, accident incident, and emission Reliable communication and dialogue Heightened public scrutiny and input March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

5 Codes of Management Practices
Responsible Care® is underpinned by a number of technical processes called Codes of Management Practices. These codes provide specific technical requirements and guidance for Companies to fulfill their responsibilities in terms of Responsible Care® and adopted by GPCA: Community Awareness and Emergency Response (CAER) Environment Code Health and Safety Process Safety Distribution Product Stewardship Security March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

6 Objective-Environment Code
Achieve ongoing reductions in the amount of all contaminants and pollutants Achieve ongoing reductions in the amount of wastes generated at facilities Includes practices that address the broader waste management issues beyond source reduction Help in fulfilling the requirements of the Responsible Care Management System-RC standard Help to identify the gaps and come up with an effective implementation plan to address those gaps. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

7 Key words –Environment Code
Eliminate Facility Recycle Release Reuse Source Reduction Treatment Waste March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

8 Relation to RC Guiding Principles
To lead our companies in ethical ways that increases the benefits to society by protecting our people, environment and community. To design and operate our facilities in a safe, secure and environmentally sound manner. To steward our products and services through each lifecycle stages in order to protect people and the environment. To counsel customers and stakeholders on the safe use, transportation and disposal of chemical products. Continue……d March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

9 Relation to RC Guiding Principles
To promote environment, minimization of wastes and conservation of energy and other critical resources. To measure performance, openly report and make continual progress towards our goal of eliminating accidents, injuries or harm to human health and the environment from our products and operations. To seek continual improvement in our integrated Responsible Care Management System® to address health, safety, security and environment performance. To promote the principles and practices of Responsible Care by sharing experiences and offering assistance to others who produce, handle, use, transport or dispose of chemicals. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

10 Environment Programs at Member Companies
Environment program includes: Stage 1 Training, Communication and Community Engagement Stage 2 Leadership, Planning and Prioritization Stage 3 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

11 Implementation Examples
1. Leadership, Planning and Prioritization 1.1 A clear commitment by senior management through policy, communications, and resources, to comply with relevant environmental laws and regulations, and with other requirements, 1.2 Continual improvement and prevention of pollution through ongoing reductions at each of the company’s facilities, in releases to the air, water, and land and in the generation of wastes. 1.3 Establishment of priorities, goals and plans for waste and release reduction 1.4 Establishing reduction priorities, of the potential impact of releases on the environment from the past, current and future activities, and the health and safety of employees and the public. 1.5 Inclusion of waste and release prevention objectives in research and in design of new or modified facilities, processes, and products. 1.6 Ongoing reduction of wastes and releases, giving preference first to source reduction, second to recycle/reuse, and third to treatment. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

12 Implementation Examples
2.0 Training, Communication and Community Engagement 2.1 Education of, and dialogue with, employees and members of the public about the inventory, impact evaluation, and risks to the community. 2.2 Ongoing dialogue with employees and members of the public regarding waste and release information, progress in achieving reductions, and future plans. 2.3 An ongoing program for promotion and support of waste and release reduction by others. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

13 Implementation Examples
3. Implementation, Assessment and Improvement 3.1 A quantitative inventory at each facility of chemicals stored, wastes generated and releases to the air, water, and land, measured or estimated at the point of generation or release. 3.2 Measurement of progress at each facility in reducing the generation of wastes and in reducing releases to the air, water, and land, by updating the quantitative inventory at least annually. 3.3 Periodic evaluation of waste management practices associated with operations and equipment at each Company Facility, taking into account community concerns and environmental impacts and implementation of ongoing improvements. Continue……d March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

14 Implementation Examples
3.4 Implementation of a process for selecting, retaining, and reviewing contractors and sub-contractors taking into account sound waste management practices that protect the environment and the health and safety of employees and the public.   3.5 Implementation of engineering and operating controls at each member company facility to improve prevention of and early detection of releases that may contaminate groundwater.  3.6 Implementation of an ongoing program for addressing past operating and waste management practices and for working with others to resolve identified problems at each active or inactive facility owned by a member company taking into account community concerns and health, safety, and environmental impacts. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Environment Code of Management Practices Guidance, Suggested Activities and Self Assessment NATPET BOROUGE SABIC GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II March 20-21/2012

16 1- Leadership, Planning and Prioritization
Management Practice #1 Management Commitment: To comply relevant environment laws, regulations, and with other requirements by policy, communications, and resource deployment Continual improvement on prevention of pollution through ongoing reductions in the generation of wastes.. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

17 Example: Management Practice #1
1.1 NATPET compliant in all respect of RC - Yanbu Requirements for Environment, ISO 14001:2004 certified and signed GPCA commitment on Responsible care. Comprehensive induction program provide a clear guideline to comply environment Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

18 1.2 Management Commitment
Example: Management Practice #1 1.2 Management Commitment March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Example: Management Practice #1 1.3 Royal Commission (RC) Reporting March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Example: Management Practice #1 1.4 Environment Milestones March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

21 Example: Management Practice #1
Borouge has Sustainability Policy which is displayed prominently within the company. Borouge has a documented Environmental Legal Register with overall demonstration of compliance for each specific location sites; March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

22 1- Leadership, Planning and Prioritization
Management Practice #2 Setting priorities, goals and plans for waste and release reduction, by considering community concerns and the potential health, safety, and environmental impacts. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Example: Management Practice #2 2.1 Online Emission Monitoring Report NATPET has established environment targets and are being monitored by sustainability team e.g. reducing carbon footprint and environment target March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

24 Example: Management Practice #2
Annual environmental targets are established and formally agreed with the Leadership Team(s) and monitored monthly. Borouge has set challenging 5-year targets ( ) on Flaring. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

25 Example: Management Practice #2
SABIC has established 5 year (2010 – 2015) Environmental sustainability targets and implements a robust monitoring program to measure the KPIs. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

26 1- Leadership, Planning and Prioritization
Management Practice #3 Evaluation of the potential impacts on human health and the environment on the releases and wastes dispositions. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Example: Management Practice #3 3.1 Environmental Aspects and Impacts NATPET has established a register for Environment Aspects and Impact and are monitored. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

28 Example: Management Practice #3
Borouge has Environmental Aspects and Impacts register for all activities. The register also provides a measure of the impacts evaluated through a standard approved procedure. The Register is available as a ‘Green Tree’ icon on every Desktop / Laptop of Borouge employees at all locations . The legal register is also stored in a similar manner and provides the legal limits of atmospheric releases. Borouge has an Emergency Response Plan in place to ensure the safety and health of employees and the Public. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

29 Example: Management Practice #3
SABIC being a Responsible Care Certified Organization, continually monitors its EHSS Aspects/risks registry to minimize the associated impacts. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

30 1- Leadership, Planning and Prioritization
Management Practice #4 Considering of waste and release prevention objectives in research and in design of new or modified Products, Processes and facilities. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

31 Example: Management Practice #4
4.1 Environment Friendly Grade NATPET has developed following special grade to meet social and environmental challenges, for detail please refer attachment related to question. H25FBA Fiber production benefits (lower energy, lower wastage, minimum stoppages). H03BPM – Raffia H03TF Replacement of PS with PP PP pipe grade R01EX The products are new and real monetary benefit has been not assessed. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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Example: Management Practice #4 4.2 Customer calculated saved amount by using NATPET Environment Friendly grade Item\Company NATPET Competitor-1 Competitor-2 Competitor-3 Competitor-4 Fiber Monthly Consumption /ton 200 Price /kg in Syrian Pound SYP 62 Monthly Wastage Percentage 0.5% 1% 2% 3% 4% Actual Operations Percentage 99.5% 99% 98% 97% 96% Monthly Wastage / ton 1 2 4 6 8 Total Wastage Value for one Month in SYP 62,000 124,000 248,000 372,000 496,000 Energy Losses and Labor Cost (SYP15/Kg 15,000 30,000 60,000 90,000 120,000 Total Wastage Value in SYP 77,000 154,000 308,000 462,000 616,000 Selling costSYP25/Kg 25,000 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 Actual Monthly Wastages in SYP 52,000 104,000 208,000 312,000 416,000 Actual Yearly Wastages in SYP 624,000 1,248,000 2,496,000 3,744,000 4,992,000 Cost of Saving with NATPET Product /year in SYP SYP 624,000 SYP 1,872,000 SYP 3,120,000 SYP 4,368,000 Cost of Saving with NATPET Product /year in USD $13,565 $40,696 $67,826 $94,957 The decrease in Production Capacity per Month in % 1.5% 2.5% 3.5% March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

33 Example: Management Practice #4
Borouge undertook Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the identification of the potential impacts on the environment for new projects. The EIA Process provides key information at the early stages of the project life cycle related to significant environmental impacts, impact significance and mitigation proposals. This assessment facilitated in selecting the best location for sea water intake and discharge among the various alternatives considered for the current major expansion project March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

34 Example: Management Practice #4
SABIC T&I (Technology & Innovation) has been involved in extensive research . It has also obtained patents for the waste recycling and releases utilization. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

35 1- Leadership, Planning and Prioritization
Management Practice # 5 Reduction of wastes and releases to environment while giving preference: first to source reduction, second to recycle/reuse, and third to treatment. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

36 Example: Management Practice #5
5.1 NATPET Environment objective to” Reduce 10% use of Papers/year, started with the soft ware RMS to completely restrict the printing (2011 to 2014 reduction by 40%). Automation through SAP/ESS. Both side printing and after shredding recycle by 3rd party. 2010 2011 2012 7.8 Tons 6.9 Tons 5.5 tons (Target) Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

37 Example: Management Practice #5
5.2 Hazardous Industrial Waste Converting Project Major project on converting a Hazardous industrial waste as raw material to other industries e.g., research on transforming NaHs a hazardous waste to become an active agent for reuse in other industry. Previously the company was investing SR 1 Kg to environment friendly disposition now as a saleable product. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

38 Example: Management Practice #5
Borouge has a successful Fugitive Emissions Monitoring and control program the results of which has been shared in various forums including a previous GPCA Workshop. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

39 Example: Management Practice #5
The SABIC Sustainability program focuses on the reduction/reuse/recycle of the waste materials. Many of the waste streams generated at SABIC Petrochemical plants are reused/recycled. Almost all the waste generated at HADEED (SABIC Affiliate manufacturing Steel) is being recycled/reused. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

40 Training, Communication and Community Engagement
Management Practice # 6 The effective education of employees and awareness of community, based on the risk assessment studies should be established and efficiently executed. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

41 Example: Management Practice #6
6.1 Training, Communication and Community Engagement NATPET in association with GPCA is involved with the community and interested parties in the continuous awareness program through the use of littering and CD called Two drops. Environment Management Practices 6.2 Education & Awareness NATPET safety section initiated painting competition and involved age groups 05 to 18 years to create awareness about pressing environmental issues as children are often best messengers for any cause. The theme was “Clean & Green Environment”. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

42 Example: Management Practice #6
6.2 Drawing & Painting Competition 2011 Judges Category: Age Above 18; 1st price Category: Age b/w 11-18; 1st Price Category: Age b/w 5-11; 1st Price March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

43 Example: Management Practice #6
6.3 Cleaning Neighborhoods’ Initiative – JPT (Jan 2012) Mr. Yousuf A. Zainal Alireza – Director NATPET March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

44 Example: Management Practice #6
During the year 2011, the local community Asian International School invited Borouge Environmental professionals to present on various environmental topics including Borouge initiatives on Environmental Management and Water for the World. The presentation included an Environmental Quiz with gift vouchers being awarded to the winners. The Teachers and Students participated energetically and showed excellent appreciation for the event and have requested for it to be repeated. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

45 Training, Communication and Community Engagement
Management Practice # 7 Ongoing dialogue with employees and members of the public regarding waste and release information, progress in achieving reductions, and future plans must be established. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

46 Example: Management Practice #7
7.1 NATPET in collaboration with RC - Community Awareness Program Environmental Planning & studies section of RCED sponsored by NATPET in line with community awareness, ‘’Environmental Excellence Competition’’ within Primary Schools. RCED will select SIX primary schools from RC (three boys & three girls) FIVE winners will be selected from each school (Total 30 winners) Total Prize awards will be 36 (30 students + 6 teachers) March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

47 Example: Management Practice #7
Every 2 years, Borouge and the other Ruwais Community ADNOC Companies organize a week long EHS campaign in the local community. Various topics are presented relating to how we operate our facilities in addition to a focus on education in EHS subjects. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

48 Example: Management Practice #7
SABIC participates local, national and international conferences/exhibitions presenting its achievements in the sustainable developments. Also, regularly engages local community and stakeholders including regulatory agencies to present its EHSS performance , plans and to listen to their concerns/suggestions. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

49 Training, Communication and Community Engagement
Management Practice # 8 An ongoing program for promotion and support of waste and release reduction by others, which may, include: Sharing of technical information and experience with customers and suppliers; Support of efforts to develop improved waste and release reduction techniques Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

50 Example: Management Practice #8
8.1 Social Challenges NATPET is working in developing locals and they are interacting in the community as talented/ knowledgeable source on environment , for this reason around 150 students were selected form Yanbu industrial college they were provided two years OJT & Environment protection was the key topic. These workforce are available for transforming of Knowledge to others on safe working and better environment March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

51 Example: Management Practice #6
ADNOC Group’s Environmental Sub Committee organized a workshop in year 2011 wherein ADNOC group companies were encouraged to present their waste management practices. Many ADNOC group companies shared their best practices during this occasion. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

52 Example: Management Practice #8
In 2010 Borouge initiated a sustainable environmental program in line with the government recycling drive. In partnership with one of the other ADNOC Companies they are installing consumer waste facilities at all the ADNOC Service Stations and managing a waste logistics company for each of the waste streams. The recycle stations utilize solar power The initiative includes a community educational program on the benefits of recycling, including promoting plastic a recyclable product. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

53 Example: Management Practice #8
SABIC has formed Center of Excellency (CoE) forums with the expertise from all the manufacturing sites to share best practices and issues with learning values. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

54 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice #9 Establishing , maintaining and measuring quantitative inventory of chemicals, wastes and releases to all media, such as air, water and land. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

55 Example: Management Practice #9
9.1 Reduce; the use of water Preventive Maintenance of water leaking sources Water conservation awareness campaign MOC on reducing the water usage - cooling tower the use of energy Energy saving awareness campaign Use of Photocell technology for lighting Use of Variable Speed Drive technology for motors as per load requirement. greenhouse gas emissions Environmental awareness program Cleaning of boilers burner Calibration of analyzers NATPET has established a register for monitoring GGE and effectiveness/achievements are verified through 3rd party during energy audit. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

56 Example: Management Practice #9
Borouge developed in-house computer based tracking system for monitoring hazardous wastes generated, transported, temporarily stored and disposed. This is always kept up-to-date. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

57 Example: Management Practice #9
SABIC has established its environmental sustainability Footprint and regularly verifies its footprint through external auditors. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

58 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice #10 Tracking and measuring the progress of environment efforts for reducing the generation of wastes, releases and updating the register at least once in year. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

59 Example: Management Practice #10
Borouge Corporate Sustainability Scorecard had the following parameters as KPI: Flaring Target; Quantity of waste held at Ruwais Facility The KPI’s are monitored every month and in addition discussed in the Annual Management Review meeting. In addition there are a number of additional release measurements taken and assessed. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

60 Example: Management Practice #10
As stated earlier, SABIC established environmental sustainability KPIs for4 objectives. SABIC teams conduct regular brainstorming sessions to identify the areas/ideas for improvement. SABIC achieved the KPIs for 2011 for all the 4 objectives by implementing the programs resulted from the brainstorming sessions. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

61 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice # 11 Periodic evaluation of waste management practices associated with operations and equipment at each Company Facility, taking into account community concerns and environmental impacts and implementation of ongoing improvements. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

62 Example: Management Practice #11
11.1 Quantitative inventory of chemicals, wastes generated or released from site are updating on regular basis. All waste streams are identified, quantified and recorded. The company analyzes the annual inventory records for the last 3 years to measure progress. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

63 Example: Management Practice #11
11.2 Several techniques are adopted that help in reducing the waste and releases which include: Process Modifications: We have evaluated the entire manufacturing process and modifying the process parameters to obtain high yields and reduced wastes and releases. Materials Substitution: substitution of process chemicals, as appropriate with high efficient and high selectivity materials and modification of equipment to reduce generation of wastes and releases. 11.3 Housekeeping: At NATPET we have improved housekeeping including material stock control, segregation of wastes, preventive maintenance, spills and leak prevention to assist in improved material utilization and reduced disposable wastes. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

64 Example: Management Practice #11
For year 2011, the HSE Team conducted 15 joint observation tours with VP’s and Managers of various Functions in Ruwais facility specifically to identify and minimize the wastes generation and improve the waste storage practice at site. In addition waste management awareness sessions were conducted. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

65 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice # 12 Implementation of a process for selecting, retaining, and reviewing contractors and sub-contractors taking into account sound waste management practices that protect the environment and the health and safety of employees and the public. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

66 Example: Management Practice #12
12.1 NATPET -Supplier Management By combining our strengths, we want to become even better. That is why the following critical success factors are our maxim for successful coope­ration: Supplier selection “ Fair selection “ Supplier evaluation “ On the right track with transparency and openness “ Supplier classification “ Identification and consistent imple­mentation of individual approaches “ Supplier development “ Change or be changed – joint planning “ March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

67 Example: Management Practice #12
Supplier Development Supplier development means modifying/trained a supplier with the aim to enhance its performance. This can be achieved in various ways: Suppliers optimize themselves in line with jointly defined objectives whose progress is regularly analyzed and discussed. NATPET actively supports the supplier's development, i.e. jointly identified measures are carried out by NATPET together with the supplier. Ad-hoc measures are implemented by the supplier in the short term in line with defined objectives. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

68 Example: Management Practice #12
Borouge has a system for evaluating the environmental management practices of Contractors from the pre-award stage itself. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

69 Example: Management Practice #12
Contractor is a key stakeholder in SABIC business. Involvement and participation of contractors in all the EHSS activities is mandatory at SABIC. SABIC has promoted specially developed annual EHSS award programs and awareness programs to enhance the contractor EHSS performance and to motivate the contractors towards the sustainability. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

70 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice # 13 Implementation of engineering and operating controls at each member company facility to improve prevention of and early detection of releases that may contaminate groundwater. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

71 Example: Management Practice #13
Site Assessment: Borouge undertook Groundwater Monitoring Study using an external specialist company in year 2007 in the areas around the Borouge Ruwais site. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

72 Example: Management Practice #13
SABIC Engineering and Projects Management (EPM) division with the support of Corporate EHSS implements BAT (Best Available Technology) concept from the inception of the project to ensure all the emissions and discharges at the minimum fully comply with the applicable regulations and go far below permitted levels to meet with the top management commitment for sustainable development. In addition, SABIC EHSS regularly monitor the performance of these controls to ensure the effectiveness. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

73 Implementation, Assessment and Improvement
Management Practice # 14 Implementation of an ongoing program for addressing past operating and waste management practices and for working with others to resolve identified problems at each active or inactive facility owned by a member company taking into account community concerns regarding environmental impacts. Environment Management Practices March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

74 Example: Management Practice #14
14.1 NATPET Environment Improvement Programs Corporate Sustainability Policy and Waste Minimization/ Reduction Goals : This policy has a clear statement to comply with the relevant environmental laws and regulations. All Departments have copies of the policy and has shared it with the employees. Adequate resources are assigned to implement the policies and goals. There is a plan for implementation of the pollution prevention code adopted by Senior Management with set goals for achievement which is well communicated to all employees. Budget and staffing are adequate to achieve goals. Evidence of Environmental training is available. Environmental Reporting is given as much importance as production reporting. There is procedure in place for written environmental incident reports. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

75 NATPET Environment/Other Improvement Programs
1. Improve National’s competencies: Program has been started from the laboratory and last year the management has decided to opt international standard for laboratory test competency hence selected ISO Because of ISO accreditation now all staff/locals in laboratory are fully competent in test performance. The applicability of standard will be expanded to complete lab staff. Parallel we have introduced an incentive to companywide for those who will fully trained and develop one newly inductee for his level and up, special consideration on Responsible care. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

76 NATPET Environment/Other Improvement Programs
2. Continual Improvements: Company has chosen Black belt six sigma approaches to improve the performance by selecting projects for saving further EFQM programs are also in place similarly improvement projects are handled by the project leaders. This will improve the process and method ultimately savings. 3. Human Resource has initiated the Human Capital Compliance Framework project for whole company where process have been streamlined and documented for organization policies, promotion, responsibilities, career development, awards etc...this lead to happy employee. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

77 NATPET Environment/Other Improvement Programs
4. The NATPET President has declared 2012 as year for company of choice has three dimensional projects were developed 1) for employees, 2) for Customers 3) for Suppliers. In all three areas the objectives were developed and cascaded down the level. These objectives are monitored through Balance Score card, Dr. Kaplan & Nortan famous tool for measuring the performance. 5. To avoid any business risk the NATPET has established complete process based on BS "Business continuity management". 6. Others: Employees participated in the coastal cleaning programs Developing local hidden talents of specials. Protecting National Heritage. March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

78 KING KHALID SRCI ASSESSMENT/AUDIT CRITERIA
King Khalid SRCI Award – SAGIA and KKF initiative 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd KING KHALID SRCI ASSESSMENT/AUDIT CRITERIA 01 General 05 Environmental Management 02 Competitive Workforce 06 High Quality 03 Innovating Solutions 07 Other 04 Empowering Vendors March 20-21/2012 GPCA RC Program Development Workshop-II

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