National Safety Council Recognizes Seafab Metals Company with Perfect Record Award

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Seafab’s Casa Grande Unit honored for outstanding commitment to job safety.

Employees with The Doe Run Company’s subsidiary, Seafab Metals Company-Casa Grande, were honored this month with a “Perfect Record Award” by the National Safety Council (NSC). The NSC presented the award, which is bestowed upon companies that achieve 12 consecutive months without a lost-time accident, during its annual Safety Awards Banquet in Atlanta on June 5.

“The organizations represented at the National Safety Council’s Safety Awards Banquet set the standard for what the Council considers to be ‘the best of the best’ in safety and safety performance,” said Alan C. McMillan, president and CEO of the National Safety Council. “We applaud Seafab Metals Company’s commitment to keeping their employees safe while on the job, and thank them for their contributions to advancing workplace safety excellence.”

In addition to receiving the Perfect Record Award, the Seafab Casa Grande Unit recently marked 88 consecutive months – representing 650,000 hours on the job – without a lost-time accident.

“The Perfect Record Award is an outstanding accomplishment by an incredible group of people,” said Greg McClain, general manager of Seafab Metals Company. “I am extremely proud of their commitment to working safely each day. An achievement such as this means they are not only watching out for their own safety, but also that of their fellow workers.”

Seafab Metals Company is a division of Fabricated Products, Inc. (FPI), a wholly owned subsidiary of The Doe Run Company. In 1997, the fabricated metal segment of FPI relocated from Seattle to Casa Grande, Ariz., where it produces sheet lead for roof flashings; lead shielding used to block sound waves, X-rays and nuclear radiation; plates for lead anodes in the copper refining process; raw and semi-finished bullet materials; plus specialty extruded shapes for the plating and pollution control industries. The company also markets materials produced at Doe Run’s Herculaneum and Buick Resource Recycling facilities.

Based in St. Louis, The Doe Run Company is a privately held natural resources company dedicated to environmentally responsible mineral production, metals fabrication, recycling and reclamation. The company and its subsidiaries deliver products and services needed to provide power, protection

and convenience through premium products and associated metals including lead, zinc, copper, gold and silver. As the operator of one of the world’s only multi-metal facilities and the Americas’ largest integrated lead producer, Doe Run employs more than 5,000 people, with U.S. operations in Missouri, Washington and Arizona, and Peruvian operations in Cobriza and La Oroya. Committed to sustainable development, The Doe Run Company has helped bring electrical power, business training, educational opportunities and improved telecommunications to rural communities in Peru and the U.S. For more information, visit

“Safe Harbor” Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this press release that are not historical facts are “forward-looking statements.” These forward-looking statements may be significantly impacted, either positively or negatively, by various factors, including without limitation, the Company’s ability to satisfy its debt and environmental obligations, regulatory compliance with local state and federal governmental agencies, financing sources, potential and actual litigation, weather, permits, raw materials cost, competition and business conditions in the mining and recyclable industries. As a result, the forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in or implied by the statements herein. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, see the risk factors set forth in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the most recently ended fiscal year.

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