OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, imposes statutory duties on both employers and employees. In order to meet these duties a Safety Management system has been set up in conjunction with Essentra plc. which promotes continuous improvement in health and safety, risk reduction and monitoring. It is the policy of this company to ensure that this Safety Management system and responsibilities for health and safety are assigned, accepted and fulfilled at all levels within the company.

The company will ensure that all practical steps are taken to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of all employees, visitors and contractors to all premises or operations within our control.

The company will ensure employees are provided with such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to secure the health and safety at work of all employees.

It shall be the duty of all employees to take reasonable steps for the health and safety of themselves and any other person who may be affected by their acts or omissions.

It is essential that all persons within the company contribute towards making work areas and methods as safe as is possible and where necessary co-operate with the company to enable current and applicable legal obligations to be met.

The company remains committed to consultation with employees over health, safety and welfare matters and by way of promoting this employee involvement the company will actively encourage employees from all areas of the company to establish safety committees and become involved in regular safety audits. This will be encouraged at all premises or operations within our control.

The company will provide information to employees and shareholders appertaining to the health and safety of employees and this will be regularly reviewed and discussed at all levels within the company.

Periodically the policy statement, organisation and arrangements will be reviewed and updated as necessary. The Managing Director is ultimately responsible for ensuring that this policy is prepared, implemented and reviewed throughout the Moss division of companies.

Essentra Components -

Health, Safety and Environmental Policy Statement

1.1 The Components Division are committed to achieving the highest standards of health safety and environment (HSE). This commitment includes all of our employees, any other persons affected by our activities, including temporary workers, contractors, customers, suppliers, visitors, surrounding neighbours and environment.

1.2 We believe that a strong HSE culture, is the result of sound management systems, and informed, engaged employees. As such we aim to achieve our target of zero incidents through the active involvement of all our employees, and visible leadership of our management team.

1.3 Annually we will establish HSE objectives, and maintain appropriate plans designed to sustain and improve upon health, safety and environment management and performance. HSE projects and initiatives shall receive at least equal priority with other operational, manufacturing and quality related projects and be included, as appropriate, in business strategic planning and annual budgeting process.

1.4The Components Divisional Managing Director is responsible for ensuring we have adequate HSE arrangements for all of our sites. This includes ensuring sufficient time and resources are made available to deliver the strategy, policy commitments and other HSE programmes.

1.5 This document sets out the policies and procedures that Essentra has put in place to comply with Health, Safety and Environment laws in the countries that Essentra operates

We make it Safer.