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1 2014 Annual Meeting “Safety in the Looking Glass and the Crystal Ball” June 12, 2014

2 Welcome and Introductions Connie Fabré, GBRIA Executive Director and John Pacillo, Operations Director, Mexichem Fluor and GBRIA’s Board of Directors Chair

3 Many Thanks To Our “Looking Glass” Sponsors

4 Many Thanks To Our “Crystal Ball” Sponsors

5 Many Thanks To Our “Safety Now” Sponsors

6 Safety Showcase Many thanks to our volunteers! Renee Barbier, Alliance Safety Council Tyler Bargas, Dow Chemical Mike Comeaux, ExxonMobil Alan Crnko, Marathon Petroleum Tommy Dispenza, Axiall Dylan Fulton, Excel Scaffolding John Gilmore, Dow Chemical Dennis Hargrave, Veolia Water Chris Markerson, Taminco Alex Novas, OSHA Julie Roussel, Dow Chemical Carol Sells, ExxonMobil Alan Smith, BASF Jake Valenti, PCS Nitrogen Dr. Lu Yuan, SLU

7 Welcome, Introductions and Call to Order Hidden slide – see notes view

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9 Chair’s Address Mission: Drive solutions to common issues with an emphasis on workforce development and safety performance. Strategic Objectives: 2014 – Achieve injury & incident free workplaces – Ensure access to a competitive and skilled company and contractor workforce – Facilitate operational excellence through networking and exchanges – Build support in the local community for retention and growth of our industries – Maintain a vibrant, successful and involved membership – Provide stewardship to budget and maintain the highest levels of financial integrity

10 Chair’s Address Hidden slide See notes view

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13 Business Meeting

14 Board of Directors Nominated to Continue on the Board of Directors (2015 & 2016) Mike Albano, Global Reliability and Site Maintenance Leader, The Dow Chemical Company Aulton “Bubbie” Anderson, Refinery Manager, Marathon Petroleum Charles Dabadie, Plant Manager, ExxonMobil Plastics Plant Dave Foreman, Plant Manager, Occidental Chemical Tim Harris, Plant Manager, Taminco - Secretary/Treasurer Keith Wahoske, Vice President and General Manager, Georgia Pacific Continuing on the Board of Directors (2014 & 2015) Odeh Khoury, Refinery Manager, Motiva Enterprises John Pacillo, Plant Manager, Mexichem Fluor – Chair Bob Ricci, TGEE East Gulf Coast Manager, Air Products Kelly Serio, Vice President and General Manager, Formosa Plastics Tom Yura, Sr. Vice President and General Manager, BASF, Vice-Chair – Vice-Chair

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16 Reflections on GBRIA’s Safety Programs 1970 – OSHA, DEQ and GBRIA form! 1990 – PSM 2001 – 9/11, then TWIC

17 History & Key Accomplishments Established in (c)6 tax exempt Business League – 1981 Incorporated Major Milestones – Helped form the Louisiana Health Care Alliance – 1984 – Associated Builders and Contractors Skills Training – Sponsored Building of School – – Standardized Contractor Safety Orientation Training Program Developed and Key Partnership with Safety Council established – 1991 – Process Safety Management Contractor Audit Program Developed – 1996 – Contractor Safety Award Program Initiated – 1997 – Helped form the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils – – Standardized Contractor Security Passport Program Developed – 2004 – Changed name and logo to GBRIA – Developed Contractor Workforce Development Awards – 2007 – Key Tenets to Contractor Workforce Development, Certified Craftsperson Definition – Published Non-Fluent English Workers and Zero Incidents Safety Culture Guide – 2008 – Hydroblasting Computer Based Training Program – 2010 – Hydroblasting Craft Training Program & New NCCER Text – 2011, 2012 – GBRIA Basic Safety Recertification Exam – 2011 (additional option for BOP and BOP Refresher) – Facilitated expansion of craft training from private to public model – 2007 – 2013 – Scaffoldbuilding Best Practices Guideline published

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19 Reflections on GBRIA’s Safety Programs Quarterly SH&S Technology Exchanges Safety Council Steering Committee (quarterly meetings) Contractor Safety Awards & Banquet Owner entry requirements taskforce (GBSRE/BOP test-out adoption) Hydroblasting safety & craft training (certification adoption) Scaffolding safety taskforce (new NCCER curriculum) Contractor Safety & Health Audits (for plant PSM compliance) Personnel Safety Improvement – Qtrly. Incident Reports Survey (benchmarking) Security Passport TM Criminal Background Check program

20 Safety Continues to Improve

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23 Invocation & Prayer Tim Harris, Taminco – GBRIA Secretary/Treasurer Mike Albano, The Dow Chemical Co. – GBRIA Board Member and Contractor Workforce Development Committee Vice Chair

24 Enjoy Your Lunch! Up Next…Prize Drawings!

25 Safety in the Looking Glass Dorinda Folse Area Director U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration

26 Safety in the Crystal Ball Employee Perspective – Jeremy Noble, Safety Engineer, Georgia Pacific Management Perspective – Glynn Fontenot, Plant Manager, Methanex Contractor Perspective – Dylan Fulton, Vice President, Excel Modular Scaffold & Leasing and GBRIA’s 2014 Hal G. Ginn Award Winning Co.

27 Adjournment John Pacillo, Mexichem Fluor and GBRIA’s Board of Directors Chair

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