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Johannesburg, GP, South Africa
January 22, 2018

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Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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First Names: Ian Frederick

Surname: Home

Identity Number: 721-***-**** 081

Date of Birth: 31 December 1972

Sex: Male

Marital Status: Married (Estelle) with 3 children

(Annabel, Kyra and Danielle)

Nationality: South African


Residential Address: 9 Padgham St Postal Address: 9 Padgham St Greenside Greenside

Johannesburg Johannesburg

South Africa South Africa

2193 2193

Work Telephone: +27 (0-11-638-****

Mobile: +27-82-456****

E-Mail: Work:


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Ian is a motivated professional with a strong managerial and leadership background, a proven track record, and demonstrated integrative cross functional thought leadership driving efficiency and growth. Key to past success has been the ability to enhance collaboration through building positive relationships in which a particular passion for supporting business excellence across the value chain through managing and engaging with multidisciplinary teams has been fostered.

Ian’s experience extends across several functional areas including Health, Safety, Environment (HSE); Risk Management; Business Improvement; Compliance Assurance; Projects; and Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). He has worked globally across several industries in over 20 countries among others the USA, Canada, Finland, Caribbean, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Australia and several in west, east and southern Africa. Through a divers sectorial exposure Ian has developed a sound foundation and strategic appreciation for risk and operational management, HSE management, and program execution across the value chain. Sectoral exposure has included the extractive industry (including mining, minerals processing, oil and gas) as well as the power sector, telecommunications, heavy industry and manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals sector.

Ian has developed managerial and leadership skills throughout his career. Prior to joining Anglo American, Ian held the position of Managing Partner for Environmental Resources Management (ERM) Southern Africa’s Inland Business Unit, where he was responsible for establishing the business unit and leading its growth, managing the budget formulation, order book, operational performance and human resources. His responsibility extended to Key Client Management for multinational clients; assisting them with the development and roll-out of various risk, safety and sustainable development and business excellence programs. Clients included but were not limited to Anglo American and its business units (including De Beers), Chevron, BP, Xstrata, Vedanta, Ethos Private Equity, and Diageo. Ian also held managerial accountability for the commercial and technical performance of the Corporate Risk Team which Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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comprised the Performance and Assurance; Health and Safety; Technical Risk; and Transaction (M&A) Services. Ian has developed a keen ability to collaborate with a variety of business leaders and direct reports to deliver value propositions and outcomes including strategic planning and operational performance requirements. Ian’s future objectives are to progress in respect to leadership and management, to continue to collaborate with and lead multidisciplinary teams focused on continued enhancement of operational performance delivering safe sustainable production, project delivery and technical development. From a technical perspective future development objectives will be to further business improvement through risk based strategy formulation and alignment, integrated solution design and implementation to leverage performance throughout the value chain and enhance safe and sustainable production taking into consideration multiple stakeholders and increase shareholder value. Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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Name of Organization: Anglo American

2011 – present

Posts Held: Principal Specialist: Operational Risk Management, Safety and Sustainable Development (January 2017 – Present) Business Improvement (Operational Risk Management) Program Execution (June 2014 – December 2016)

Manager: Risk and Critical Activities, Safety and Sustainable Development (April 2011 – June 2014)

Main Job Functions:

Ian’s current position in Anglo American as Principal Specialist: Operational Risk Management (Operational Risk Management) has focused on leading the Operational Risk Management (ORM) Program for the Group. Key focus areas include:

Process design and integration of ORM as a key element within functional disciplines and business processes amongst others the Integrated Risk Management Framework, Operating Model, incident investigation, projects process and business performance scorecard program. In addition to process, method and tool design there has been significant enhancement of cross functional application and management routine enhancement through performance monitoring.

Supporting various aspect of Business Improvement operational model work being undertaken including integration of ORM process and tools into BI capacity building and support to BI implementation initiatives covering Operational Planning, Work Management and Measures. Recent work has included direct support to OM rollout as Mogalakwena, Sishen, Iron Ore Brazil and Los Bronces.

Supporting the development of ORM capacity and capability across the Group, which has led to the development of world class programs, an e-learning platform Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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and delivery of operational execution support. This included the transitioning of the A series from theory to execution process, method and tools; and design and launch of Bowtie Analysis e-learning in the Group.

Support to value critical projects, examples which include: o Support to next technology projects from an operational risk perspective to design out risk and improve effectiveness when released into operations. o Facilitating optimization support to of operational processes using ORM tools which have delivered more than US$100 million in annual revenue increase and cash flow savings across the business. (e.g.: RBMR cathode stripper, Minas Rio Ramp-up risk management, and tire pyrolysis management)

o Supporting management of the major risks at operations with functional risk owners through focused control strategy design, improved operational executions and critical control monitoring practices to ensure the ongoing effectiveness of risk management strategies and systems.

Leading the successful development of an ORM IT Platform to date has been core to the management of operational risk data and information for decision support at various operational Levels of Work.

Key responsibilities as the Manager Risk and Critical Activities included:

Transform the safety, health and environmental risk management process into a full scope Operational Risk Management process.

Technical integration of ORM into the integrated risk management framework of the Group.

Application of ORM process in special projects to leverage material business performance improvement initiatives.

Application of ORM process in next technology development to ensure that the risk associated with the operational aspects of the technology is managed at design stage

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Integration of the ORM process into core functional areas and processes including Asset Optimization Asset Reviews.

Transforming Safety Risk Management capacity building to full scope Operational Risk Management capacity building for rollout across the Group.

Management and oversight of the functional and technical specification development of the ORM IT Platform

Application of ORM processes to the Group Technical Standards with particular emphasis on the Anglo Fatal Risk Standards and Anglo Major Risk Standards

Represent Anglo American on the ICMM Risk Management Working Group

In addition to the ORM responsibilities involvement with the Group Learning from Incidents (LFI) process has been significant. This included supporting integration and alignment of the LFI process with ORM as well as facilitation and support to several incident investigations. These have included fatal investigations (Thermal Coal and Corporate Services) and investigations into High Potential Incidents

(RBMR Hydrogen peroxide explosion, De Beers Pacific fire).

Managerial responsibilities included ORM program oversight and management of the ORM team members, ORM budget, Transport Safety budget (2011 – 2013) and “A” Training Program budget. Management of consulting and contracted support and oversight of the global university partners (from 2013) was a key responsibility.

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Name of Organization: Environmental Resources Management 2005-2011

Post Held: Partner: (August 2007 – March 2011)

Inland Business Unit Managing Partner 2010 - 2011

Leader: Corporate Risk Team (2005 – 2009)

Principal: (2005 – August 2007)

Main Job Functions:

Commercial and business related responsibility for the inland operations of ERM Southern Africa since 2005, initially as manager of the Johannesburg office and culminating as the Inland Business Unit Managing Partner. Accountability was to the Managing Director of ERM Southern Africa and a position on the regional management team. The inland business was built from 6 staff to include approximately 70 staff located across ERM’s Johannesburg and Pretoria offices. The ERM Southern African staff complement totaled approximately 140.

Business responsibilities included formulation and tracking of the inland financial budget, oversight of physical asset and human resources related to the Johannesburg and Pretoria offices and oversight of expansion strategy.

Technical and managerial responsibility extended to the management of the Corporate Risk Team which comprised the Performance and Assurance, Health and Safety, Technical Risk (including process safety practice) and Transaction

(M&A) Services practices for ERM Southern Africa which had jurisdiction in sub- Sahara Africa for the ERM Group. At various stages oversight was also extended to the Sustainability and Climate Change and Impact Assessment and Planning practices. Key areas of technical focus were on risk management, technical due diligence, compliance and assurance, and strategic environmental, health, safety, social and operational risk management to multinational organizations including Anglo American (Corporate, Platinum, Ferrous Metals), Glencor-Xstrata (Alloys, Coal, and Nickel), Vedanta (Copper), Assore, Samancor, Cheveron, BP, Diagio, International Finance Corporation and Ethos Private Equity. Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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Sectors of primary focus have been mining and metals, oil and gas, power, pharmaceutical, projects, investment finance and telecommunication sectors. Countries in which assignments have been undertaken including USA, Caribbean, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Swaziland, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Gabon and Kazakhstan.

Name of Organization: SRK Consulting (Pty) Ltd.

2002 - 2005

Post Held: Senior Scientist (September 2002 –December 2004) Environmental Business Unit Manager

(November 2002 – 2004)

Main Job Functions:

Technical responsibilities include the management of and technical input into a range of environmental, social, safety, sustainability and risk assignments. The range of projects include; environmental authorizations under the Minerals Act - 1991 and Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act – 2002 (MPRDA), social and labour plan requirements in terms of the MPRDA, environmental impact assessments (EIAs), environmental management system (EMS) interventions which include integration with health and safety management systems, sustainability reporting, mine closure cost assessments, mine feasibility studies, Competent Person Reports and safety, health and environmental due diligences for major mining and industrial companies. Extensive interaction was undertaken with the Department of Minerals and Energy, national and provincial environmental authorities as well as local authorities and other government departments to a lesser degree on numerous projects.

Business management responsibility included management of the SRK Environmental Department as the Business Unit Manager and as project manager for assignments. As Business Unit Manager accountability was to the Business Unit Partner and SRK Managing Director. A position as held at the SRK Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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Management Meeting. Managerial activities include budgeting, technical and professional development of Department staff members, as well as managing Department technical and administrative operations and providing input into departmental strategy and direction.

Name of Organization: Environmental Impact Management Services (Pty) Ltd. 2000 - 2002

Post Held: Director (November 2001 – October 2002) Associate (Jan 2000 – October 2001)

Main Job Functions:

Key technical input into integrated management system compliant to ISO 14001 & 9001, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Site Assessment/ Due Diligence and environmental reporting. Non-technical responsibility included acting as project manager and director for assignments, responsibility for various staff members technical and professional development, developing and administering firm technical operations, input into firm strategy and direction.

Name of Organization: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company May - September 1999

Compliance Assurance Services, Environmental Health and Safety Division

Post Held: Intern

Name of Organization: ECE Assessors CC

1996 -1997

Post Held: Member: Head Environmental Consulting Department Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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References are available are on request.

Contact Ian on +27 (0-82-456-**** in this regard. Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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Degree read Master of Science (M.S.) (Fulbright Scholarship) Risk Analysis Program

Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) = 3.942

Year Fall 1997 - Spring 1999

Institution State University of New York - College of Environmental Science and Forestry, United States of America

Degree read Baccalaureus Scientiae Honores (B.Sc Hon) (Cum Laude) Year 1996

Institution University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa Degree read Baccalaureus Scientiae (B.Sc.)

Years 1992 - 1995

Institution University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa OTHER TRAINING

Year Course Year Course

Anglo American

2015 Operating Model Introduction for


2013 Hazard Identification

2013 Visible Felt Leadership 2012 Learning from Incidents

(Incident Investigation)

The Diversity Institute

2012 Valuing and Managing Diversity


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2007 Safety and Operations Audit Training

Damelin Management School, Randburg

2001 Higher Certificate in Project Management

Bureau Veritas, Johannesburg

2000 Lead Environmental Management

System Auditors Course

2000 Internal Quality Auditing

Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance, Johannesburg

2000 International Delivers Course

Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts, New York, USA 1999 Certificate in the recognition of scholarly and practical achievement in mediation

State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, New York, USA

1998 Colloquium on Teaching and Learning

South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa 1997 Arthur D. Little - Understanding ISO



Year Academic Award, Bursary and Scholarship

1997 - 1999 Fulbright Scholarship (Masters Degree,USA) 1997 - 1999 Tuition Scholarship State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry

1997 Award Best Commercial Seaweed Poster SASCS at the Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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1997 Phycological Society of South Africa


1996 Bursary J. Stockes, Institute for Coastal Research Bursary, UPE

1996 Bursary Foundation for Research and Development Bursary, UPE

1996 Award Botany Honours, Best Project Presentation, UPE. 1995 Award Botany 3 best project, and best presentation Curriculum Vitae Ian Frederick Home

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University of the Witwatersrand, Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry 2013 - 2016 M.Sc. course in OHS Risk Management in Mining. The focus of the lecture was on the practical experience in operational risk management “The Anglo American Risk Management Journey”.

University of Pretoria (Geotechnical Engineering Faculty), Technicon Pretoria and Technicon Witwatersrand on risk and sustainability related subjects. Building Strategic Capability Panel for the Anglo American PME Program held at the University of Pretoria – Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) since 2012 -2014. POSTERS, PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS AND ARTICLES

Ian Home. 2014. Anglo American’s Journey from Safety to Operational Risk Management, ICMM Health and Safety Forum – Risk Management. Ian Home and Allison Burger Pintér. 2003. Decision Making to ensure sustainability in mining. Chamber of Mines of South Africa. Mining and Sustainable Development Conference.

Ian Home. 2003. Adjusting to environmental pressures on large civil projects. Construction World. June 2003.

Ian Home. 2002. Aligning your ISO 14001 EMS with the overall strategy of your company by refocusing it to drive sustained competitive advantage and long term profitability. Value Added ISO 14001 Symposium. International Institute of Research. Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Ian Home. 2002. Sustainable Development: The Business Case. Executive Business Brief. Business Brief (Pty) Ltd. 7(4) p12 - 14.

Ian Home. 2001. Environmental Reporting: Its Role in Internal Business Management. Environmental Accounting and Reporting Symposium. International Institute of Research. Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ian Home. 2001. Taking Advantage of the Environment. Executive Business Brief. Business Brief (Pty) Ltd. 6(1) p24.

Ian Home. 2000. A South African Developers Guide to Environmental Impact Assessment. pp20.

Ian Home. 2000. Environmental Reporting: Gaining Competitive Advantage through Transparency and Accountability. Environmental Update. EIMS. Summer 2001. p2

Ian F. Home. 1997. Why save the Dunes? A Glimpse at the problems and solutions facing the South African Coastal Zone. Environmental Planning and Management. 8(4): 22 - 23.

Ian Home. 1997. Poster. An Investigation into the Possible Culture of Gracilaria in the Swartkops Estuary, South Africa. Phycological Society of South Africa Conference.

* Best Commercial Poster.

Ian Home. 1997. Paper. Optimizing germination of Syncarpha recurvata (L.f.) B. Nord. seeds for Horticultural Purposes. South African Association of Botanists Conference.

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Ian F. Home and Eileen E. Campbell. 1996. Propagation potential of Syncarpha recurvata (L.F.) B. Nord. Commissioned by Pretoria Portland Cement.

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