Programs Products Solution Guide Page 4 Risk Reduction Partnership Plan

3 CRC is committed to providing our customers with value-added services through the Risk Reduction Partnership Plan. CRC, together with distribution, works with our key end-users to improve the overall management of their MRO chemicals and provide them with documented cost savings. This award winning program was designed specifically to reduce costs and minimize risks associated with the acquisition, use and disposal of maintenance chemicals. The Risk Reduction Partnership Plan will help identify and sort out confusing cost generators. By combining resources to minimize MRO chemical ownership costs, CRC achieves maximum regulatory compliance while creating significant value. For MRO Chemicals, there are four main drivers to cost: RISK REDUCTION PARTNERSHIP PLAN TM CRC Risk Reduction Partnership Plan : 1) Regulatory: Permits, Reporting & Disposal 2) Safety: Flammability & GHS Compliance 3) Transactional: Single Source through Distribution 4) Manufacturing Efficiency: Maximize Productivity & On-Time Delivery SARA TITLE III REPORTING MINIMIZING MRO CHEMICAL RISK SARA Section 313 Chemical Reporting Program Managing the annual SARA Title III report for a large industrial site can be a time-consuming and costly practice. The SARA Title III Report is a federal requirement for facilities that use certain toxic chemicals in quantities above threshold levels and have at least 10 employees. They are required by law to report annually on the use, release, and disposal of those chemicals, and to compile data into a Toxics Release Inventory or TRI. Chemicals that require TRI reporting are available in the EPA's List of Lists. Tracking down the required information from multiple MRO Chemical suppliers quite often is a full time job. For this reason, CRC developed our SARA Section 313 Chemical Reporting Program to improve the management of MRO chemicals, reduce costs surrounding the acquisition, use and disposal of these chemicals, and keep you in compliance with Federal regulations. Based on your purchasing records through your CRC distributor, our regulatory department will track and calculate these chemicals and provide totals for use in evaluating your annual TRI reporting requirements. A few key questions to consider What are the reportable limits for my facility? How are we tracking MRO chemical usage across the entire site? Are unauthorized MRO chemical purchases being made on the shop floor? How are we tracking formula changes and updating Safety Data Sheets for MRO chemicals used? Uncertainty on any of these issues could be putting your facility at risk! CRC can help you identify and track which reportable chemicals are used and mitigate your risks. PLANNING TRACKING REPORTING COMPLYING Chemical Inventory Analysis Survey Date: 9/21/2015 Page: 1 Of 3 Regional Mgr.: John Smith Contact #: 215-555-1234 Contact Email: Distributor: Distributor Contact: Dist. Phone #: Dist. Email: Prepared For: Large Plant Industries Location: Anywhere, PA Attention: Manager Department: Warehouse and Electrical Results Summary Number of Replacement CRC Products: 18 Number of Current Manufacturers in Use: 8 Number of Current MRO Products In Use: 20 Number of in Use as a Result of Survey: 1 Standard Results Current Manufacturer Product Current Pkg Type Competitor Part # CRC # CRC Product Name CRC Pkg Type CRC Pkg Size SDL Zep Dyna 142 Degreaser Aerosol 123 CRC Test Product Aerosol 456 02060 HV Switchgear Lubricant Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes Chesterton Free All Pen Oil Aerosol 789 03020 Knock'er Loose Penetrating Solvent Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes Zep Zep 45 Pen Lube Gallon 123 03021 Knock'er Loose Penetrating Solvent Bottle 1 Gallon No Chesterton Chain & Bushing Lube Aerosol 456 03050 Chain and Wire Rope Lubricant Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes Chesterton Chain & Bushing Lube Aerosol 789 03055 Food Grade Chain Lube Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes Spray-On Belt Dressing Aerosol 123 03065 Food Grade Belt Dressing Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes CRC Test product Aerosol 456 03130 QD Contact Cleaner Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes CRC Quick Clean Aerosol 789 03180 Quick Clean Safety Solvent and Degreaser Aerosol 20 Ounce Yes Cosmoline Metal Parts Protector Aerosol 123 03282 SP-400 Corrosion Inhibitor Aerosol 16 Ounce Yes Zep Power Solve 5000 Aerosol 456 03915 T-Force Degreaser MUO (Manufacturing Use Only) Aerosol 20 Ounce Yes Enter figures agreed upon Additional cost-savings identified by CRC at user site SKU Reduction $ 1,250.00 # of SKUs reduced X $125.00. One-time reduction. Chlorinated Solvent Reductions $ 750.00 Multiply each product replaced by $250.00 - Time Cost of Environmental and Safety MSDS review and Maintenance Staff evaluation of acceptable alternatives. $ 500.00 # of SKU's with Reduced VOC content X ______ $ 900.00 # of trained workers by $90/hour trained. $ 125.00 $ 250.00 # of SKU's with an MSD[L] by $50.00 Implementation Savings Quantifying comments Sustainability and Compliance Savings VOC Reductions Training Hazardous Waste M aterial D ata S afety L abel Calculate actual overall savings: (ex. Reduced product usage or Labor $ saved (man-hours) x (labor $/man-hour) User Defined Calculate: (eg. Reduced down time: #(hours) x $ of production x # of days/weeks/months/year) Application Savings Risk Minimization Productivity Improvements or actual savings over a period of time Direct-Sell Conversions $ 500.00 Multiply# of Direct-Sell MRO Chemicals converted to Tier 1 Suppliers by $115.00 per instance. User Defined FACILITY NAME: Large Plant Industries STREET ADDRESS: CITY / STATE: 123 Main Street Anywhere, PA PREPARED FOR: DEPARTMENT / AREA: DESCRIBE APPLICATION OR IMPROVEMENT AREA: CREATE DATE: 08/02/2016 PREPARED BY: Tina Christie Total Savings $ 4,900.00 MRO Value Documentation OBJECTIVE: To minimize the risks and costs associated with the acquisition and use of MRO chemicals while assisting the user to comply with federal, state, and local regulations This can include, but is not limited to VOC regulations, potential solvent regulations, storage, and usage of their MRO Specialty Chemicals. Supply Chain Savings 1) Develop Risk Reduction Plan Determine company or department goals and target improvement areas 2) Conduct Product Survey Conduct an in-depth survey to analyze product use and applications 3) Recommend Process Improvements Identify product duplication and risks Maximize compliance Improve productivity 4) Product Support and Training On-site support and training provided by experienced sales team Safety training with "Safety Shorts" seminars 5) Provide Value Documentation Evaluate total ownership costs Quantify and document savings

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