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2007 Theodore Roosevelt
Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management Award Application


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2007 Theodore Roosevelt
Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management Award
APPLICATION FORM




3737 Lakeport Boulevard, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
Tel. 541.885.7420


Application Contact Person:

Charlie Taylor
Tel. 541.885.7420


Alternate Contacts:
Woody Sine or Kelly Beegle
Tel. 541.885.7420

Name/title and contact information (address, telephone and e-mail) of person responsible for workers’ compensation program:

Charlie Taylor
Vice President Business Resources (Insurance/Safety/Health Benefits)

P.O. Box 1329 (mailing) or 3922 Lakeport Blvd. (shipping)
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
Tel. 541.885.7420
charliet@jeld-wen.com


Name/title and contact information (address, telephone and e-mail) of person responsible for disability management:

All can be reached at 541.885.7420


         Name                                                     Title                            Email Address
 Debbie Nowak                 Director Insurance                                               debbien@jeld - wen.com
 Kelly Beegle                 Director of Field Services                                       kellyb@jeld - wen.com
 Marsha Sorum                 Workers’ Compensation Claims Manager                             marshas@jeld -wen.com
 Paul Kaiser                  Director JELD - WEN Health Benefits / Shasta TPA                 paulka@jeld -wen.com
 Woody Sine                   Director Risk Technology Services                                woodys@jeld - wen.com



Is this a for-profit company (circle answer)?           Yes   No


Is this a government institution or a nonprofit organization (circle answer)?   Government   Non-Profit




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Is this submission for the entire company or a division of the operation?


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             Vinyl Window & Patio Door Plant

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       Division name/location:
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             State                                 City                                        Business Group                                                                              Facility Name                                                 Count
     AL                         Hartselle                                          Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle                                                                                       87
     AL                         Wedowee                                            Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Wedowee                                                                                       75
     AZ                         Phoenix                                            Distribution Group                                  JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Phoenix                                                                                 108
     AZ                         Kingman                                            Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Kingman                                                                                       40
     AZ                         Scottsdale                                         Windmill Inns Group                                 Windmill Inns - Administration                                                                                               7
     AZ                         Chandler                                           Windmill Inns Group                                 Windmill Inns - Chandler                                                                                                    23
     AZ                         Surprise                                           Windmill Inns Group                                 Windmill Inns - Sun City                                                                                                    27
     AZ                         Tucson                                             Windmill Inns Group                                 Windmill Inns - Tucson                                                                                                      34
     CA                         Rocklin                                            Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                                                                                        108
     CA                         San Diego                                          Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                                                                                            53
     CA                         El Cajon                                           Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - El Cajon                                                                                      215
     CA                         Stockton                                           Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stockton                                                                                      158
     CA                         Vista                                              Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Vista                                                                                         185
     FL                         Coral Springs                                      Distribution Group                                  JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Coral Springs                                                                           166
     FL                         Tampa                                              Distribution Group                                  JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution -Tampa                                                                                     64
     FL                         Ocoee                                              Distribution Group                                  JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Ocoee                                                                                         74
     FL                         Kissimmee                                          Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee                                                                                       85
     FL                         Venice                                             Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Venice                                                                                         78
     GA                         Austell                                            Distribution Group                                  JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Austell                                                                                  79
     GA                         Gainesville                                        Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Gainesville                                                                                    62
     IA                         Grinnell                                           Door Group                                          JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                                                                                         385
     IA                         Dubuque                                            Fiber Group                                         JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Iowa                                                                                            70
     IA                         Peosta                                             Fiber Group                                         JELD-WEN / Wood Fiber-Garage Doors-Iowa                                                                                     39
     IA                         Grinnell                                           Window Group                                        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Grinnell                                                                                      182
     ID                         Kellogg                                            Resorts Group                                       Galena Ridge                                                                                                                 9
     ID                         Kellogg                                            Resorts Group                                       Silver Mountain                                                                                                             79
     ID                         Kellogg                                            Resorts Group                                       Silver Mountain Rental Management                                                                                           16
     ID                         Kellogg                                            Resorts Group                                       Silver Mountain Sales & Marketing                                                                                            4
     ID                         Kellogg                                            Resorts Group                                       Silver Waterpark                                                                                                             1
     ID                         Cascade                                            Title Companies Group                               AmeriTitle - Cascade                                                                                                        23
     ID                         Idaho Falls                                        Title Companies Group                               AmeriTitle - Idaho Falls                                                                                                    25
     ID                         Payette                                            Title Companies Group                               AmeriTitle - Idaho West                                                                                                     18
     ID                         Pocatello                                          Title Companies Group                               AmeriTitle - Pocatello                                                                                                      14
     ID                         Ketchum                                            Title Companies Group                               AmeriTitle - Sun Valley                                                                                                     12


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                                                                                                                                    Employee
     State                   City                     Business Group                              Facility Name                      Count
IL              Rockford                        Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Rockford                         47
IL              Rantoul                         Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Rantoul                          520
IN              Ligonier                        Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                          119
MI              Grand Rapids                    Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids                       20
MS              Jackson                         Distribution Group             JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Jackson                     75
NC              North Wilkesboro                Distribution Group             JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - North Wilksboro            123
NC              Wilkesboro                      Distribution Group             JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Wilkesboro                  17
NC              Lexington                       Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington                         170
NC              Lexington                       Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington                          94
NC              Marion                          Fiber Group                    JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - North Carolina                     77
ND              Fargo                           Distribution Group             JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Fargo                       30
NJ              Edison                          Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Edison                           50
OH              Pataskala                       Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Pataskala                        90
OH              Mount Vernon                    Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Mt. Vernon                       234
OR              Portland                        Administration Group           Creative Media Development                                    146
OR              Redmond                         Administration Group           JELD-WEN Health Benefits                                        4
OR              Klamath Falls                   Administration Group           JELD-WEN International Supply                                  10
OR              Klamath Falls                   Administration Group           JELD-WEN Research and Development                              36
OR              Klamath Falls                   Administration Group           JELD-WEN Risk Management                                       32
OR              Klamath Falls                   Administration Group           JELD-WEN, inc.                                               1020
OR              Redmond                         Administration Group           Shasta Administrative Services                                 50
OR              Chiloquin                       Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                           336
OR              Klamath Falls                   Engineering Group              JELD-WEN Engineering                                          123
OR              Klamath Falls                   Fiber Group                    JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Oregon                             70
OR              Bend                            Millwork Manufacturing Group   JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Bend                      177
OR              Klamath Falls                   Millwork Manufacturing Group   JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls             171
OR              Klamath Falls                   Millwork Manufacturing Group   JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas                     48
OR              Powell Butte                    Resorts Group                  Brasada Ranch Golf                                             22
OR              Powell Butte                    Resorts Group                  Brasada Ranch Hotel & Rental Mgmnt                              5
OR              Powell Butte                    Resorts Group                  Brasada Ranch Mgmnt Co.                                        16
OR              Powell Butte                    Resorts Group                  Brasada Ranch Sales and Marketing                               9
OR              Powell Butte                    Resorts Group                  Brasada Ranch, Inc.                                             5
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Cline Butte Utility Co.                                         5
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Crest - Country Club Management.                        145
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Crest - The Inn at                                       50
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Crest Resort Corp.                                        6
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Crest Sales & Marketing                                   8
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Crest, Inc.                                              68
OR              Redmond                         Resorts Group                  Eagle Ridge Golf Course                                       106
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Harbor Isles Tennis Club                                       24
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Harbor Links                                                   49
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Administration                                        6
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Golf Course                                          38
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Pool Management                                      19
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Ranch Resort - Lodge                                 71
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Resort                                               10
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Resort Management                                    42
OR              Klamath Falls                   Resorts Group                  Running Y Utility                                               2
OR              Klamath Falls                   Timber & Ranches Group         JELD-WEN Logging Company                                       16
OR              Klamath Falls                   Timber & Ranches Group         JELD-WEN Timber & Ranches                                      26
OR              Bend                            Title Companies Group          American Exchange Services                                      5
OR              Bend                            Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Administration                                     7
OR              Baker City                      Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Baker                                              6
OR              Bend                            Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Bend                                              76
OR              Burns                           Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Burns                                              3
OR              Hood River                      Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Hood River                                         9
OR              Klamath Falls                   Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Klamath Falls                                     32
OR              Lakeview                        Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Lakeview                                           4
OR              McMinnville                     Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - McMinnville                                        2
OR              Medford                         Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Medford                                           51
OR              Ontario                         Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Ontario                                            3
OR              Pendleton                       Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Pendleton                                         15
OR              Prineville                      Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Prineville                                        18
OR              Roseburg                        Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Roseburg                                          21
OR              Salem                           Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Salem                                             75
OR              The Dalles                      Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - The Dalles                                         9
OR              Ashland                         Windmill Inns Group            Windmill Inns - Ashland                                        59
OR              Medford                         Windmill Inns Group            Windmill Inns - Medford                                        29
OR              Roseburg                        Windmill Inns Group            Windmill Inns - Roseburg                                       37
OR              Klamath Falls                   Window Group                   Customer Care Windows Division - Admin                        222
OR              Bend                            Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Bend                             559
OR              Stayton                         Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stayton                          231


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                                                                                                                                             Employee
         State                   City                Business Group                              Facility Name                                Count
PA                   Ringtown                 Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Ringtown                                         133
PA                   Sunbury                  Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury                                        127
PA                   Ringtown                 Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Vinyl                                172
PA                   Ringtown                 Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Wood                                 152
SD                   Sioux Falls              Distribution Group             JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Sioux Falls                              41
TN                   Knoxville                Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Knoxville                                     92
TN                   Sparta                   Millwork Manufacturing Group   JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Sparta                                  98
TX                   Sulphur Springs          Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs                                151
TX                   Temple                   Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                                         104
TX                   Grand Prairie            Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Grand Prairie                                124
TX                   Grapevine                Door Group                     JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine                                   11
TX                   Corsicana                Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Corsicana                                     101
VT                   North Springfield        Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Door Systems - North Springfield                                115
VT                   Ludlow                   Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                                          88
WA                   Tukwila                  Fiber Group                    JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - Washington                                   11
WA                   White Swan               Fiber Group                    JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Washington                                      77
WA                   Ellensburg               Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - Ellensburg                                                     24
WA                   White Salmon             Title Companies Group          AmeriTitle - White Salmon                                                    9
WA                   Yakima                   Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Yakima                                        193
WI                   Oshkosh                  Door Group                     JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh                                    124
WI                   Hawkins                  Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Hawkins                                       615
WV                   Craigsville              Fiber Group                    JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - West Virginia                                   68
WY                   Cheyenne                 Window Group                   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Cheyenne                                      140
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Total number of employees:

          All US Companies
                                     Employee employees
          Total number of Domestic Employees: 12,200 Count at 125 locations
                                         by Business Group
Employee Count by Business Group
                                             Window Group
         Windmill Inns Group

   Title Companies Group
                                                                               Administration Group
 Timber & Ranches Group


            Resorts Group



  Millwork Manufacturing Group                                           Distribution Group

                        Fiber Group           Door Group
                     Engineering Group




Explain the nature of the work performed and the risks to workers:

DOMESTIC OPERATIONS DESCRIPTION

HISTORY

In 1960, JELD-WEN began as just a small Oregon millwork plant with 15 employees. During those early days, we established a culture based on
inspired vision, thoughtful planning and diligent craftsmanship.

This culture has helped us become a well respected company with over 150 divisions and more than 20,000 employees worldwide.



PHILOSOPHY

Our privately held company emphasizes cooperation among our employees, facilities, suppliers and customers. By working together we can


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continue to transform our dream of serving a worldwide market into a reality.

JELD-WEN is a comprehensive source for reliable wood, vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors; wood and molded interior doors; wood,
steel, fiberglass exterior doors; and garage doors. Since 2003 the company has marketed its 27 former window and door brands under the
JELD-WEN brand.


JELD-WEN Fiber Division

Locations manufacture door skins from wood waste provided by other JELD-WEN companies and outside
suppliers. Risks to workers include: Those associated with heavy manufacturing plants including soft tissue
injuries, falls from height level and foot level, and exposure to a variety of heavy machinery.


JELD-WEN Coatings Division

Manufactures primer paint for the JELD-WEN Fiber and Door plants. Risks to workers include: Material
                       handling, soft tissue injuries and potential exposure to hazardous chemicals.


                          JELD-WEN Milwork Manufacturing

                          Locations re-manufacture lumber into components for JELD-WEN, inc. window and door operations. Risks to workers
                          include: Those associated with lumber manufacturing including exposure to machinery and soft tissue injuries due to
                          material handling.


JELD-WEN Door Manufacturing

Locations manufacture residential and commercial wood, fiberglass, steel doors and interior wood, molded,
flush and custom carved doors . Risks to workers include: Those associated with medium duty manufacturing
plants. These include: soft tissue injuries due to material handling, cuts and abrasions from handling sheet
metal and glass and exposure to machine parts.


JELD-WEN Garage Door Manufacturing

Locations manufacture residential garage doors. Risks to workers include: Those associated with
medium duty manufacturing plants. These include: soft tissue injuries due to material handling, cuts and
abrasions from handling sheet metal and glass and exposure to machine parts.


JELD-WEN Timber and Ranches

Manages the company’s timberlands, ranching and farming operations. Risks to workers include: Those associated with the ranch and farming
business including soft tissue injuries and those associated with operating farm machinery.


                                                 JELD-WEN Logging Company

                                                 Conducts fully mechanized logging duties on JELD-WEN timberland. Risks to workers include: Those
                                                 associated with the logging industry, but are limited to mechanized logging. The risk of injury is much
                                                 less than would be associated with hand falling and bucking.


                                                 JELD-WEN Window Divisions

                                                 Assembles the components to produce and sell wood and aluminum windows as well as patio doors.
                                                 Risks to workers include: Those that would be encountered in a medium duty manufacturing plant.
                                                 This includes soft tissue injuries from material handling, exposure to machines, cuts and abrasions
                                                 from glass and metal handling.


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                                               JELD-WEN Customer Care Window Division

                                               Services JELD-WEN window customers. Risks to workers include: Travel-related injuries, falls associated
                                               with ladder use and those that would be encountered during removal and reinstallation of windows.


                                               JELD-WEN Millwork Distribution

                                               Distributes millwork products, various finished products, and performs
                                               light assembly as well. Risks to worker include: Soft tissue injuries from
                                               material handling, exposure to forklift traffic, and exposure to machinery
                                               associated with light manufacturing.


JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters

Locations pre-hang door units, install door lites, then distribute the units. Risks to workers include: soft tissue injuries due to material handling,
exposure to light manufacturing equipment.


                              Windmill Inns of America, Inc.

                              Hotels operating as Windmill Inns of America in Oregon and Arizona. Risks to workers include: Those associated with
                              the hotel industry including soft tissue injuries and foot level falls.


                              Country Club Management, Inc.

                              A subsidiary of JELD-WEN, inc., provides management services to the Eagle Crest homeowners’ associations. Service
                              areas include housekeeping, landscaping maintenance, and the general infrastructure for the Eagle Ridge and Eagle
                              Crest sides of the resort. Risks to workers include: Those associated with resort management including soft tissue
                              injuries, exposure to grounds keeping operations and restaurant operations.


Eagle Crest, Inc.

A subsidiary of JELD-WEN, inc. operates resort locations and related companies. Risks to workers include: Those
associated with resort management including soft tissue injuries, exposure to grounds keeping operations and restaurant
operations.


AmeriTitle, Inc

A subsidiary of JELD-WEN, inc. is a full service title company servicing most of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Risks to
workers include: Mainly office ergonomic exposures and auto accident as many of the AmeriTitle employees spend a
significant amount of time on the road.




What is your biggest challenge with regard to workers’ compensation injuries?


Our biggest challenge to a safe workplace is in eliminating ergonomics-related injuries and illnesses and laceration injuries. These two categories
accounted for 63% of all our Worker’s Compensation claims in 2006.

Many positions within our manufacturing facilities require the manual handling of materials involving repetitive gripping, lifting, carrying, pushing
and pulling motions. JELD-WEN has an Ergonomics Program, modeled after the 2001 WISHA “Ergonomics” Program (Chapter 296-62, Part A-1, WAC,
repealed 12/4/2003), which requires our companies to evaluate every position for ergonomic stressors and to reduce them if they are hazardous to
the employees. Planning goes into our processes and the design of our equipment to engineer out as many ergonomic stressors as feasible. We



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include the periodic inspection and maintenance of manual material handling equipment in our Preventative Maintenance Program. In instances
where we have not been able to engineer ergonomic hazards out of the job we have implemented job rotation. Additionally, all employees working
at jobs having ergonomic stressors receive training which helps them recognize the problems and emphasizes the importance of using alternative
methods that are less stressful. (See Addendum 2., a-g) Our overall reduction in Worker’s Compensation claims from 2002 through 2006 was 61%,
and our overall reduction in ergonomics-related claims was 70% for the same period. Still, ergonomics-related injuries and illnesses remains the
leading cause of Worker’s Compensation claims within JELD-WEN at 33% of the total claims filed in 2006.

Lacerations are the second leading cause of our Worker’s Compensation claims. Throughout our window manufacturing companies the majority of
lacerations are related to the manual handling of cut glass. At the door manufacturing companies it’s the manual handling of sheet metal, com-
pressed wood fiber and fiberglass door skins as well as cut glass door lights that account for the majority of lacerations. JELD-WEN has approached
this issue aggressively, engineering out many of the hazards by replacing “old” equip-
ment with new equipment and processes designed to reduce or eliminate exposures.
The remaining hazards are well known and well documented through our PPE (Personal
Protective Equipment) Program. The challenge is in finding adequate PPE that affords
cut-through protection that doesn’t severely reduce manual dexterity and tactile
perceptivity. There is some trade-off in the level of protection in order to maintain
enough dexterity and perceptivity to make good products. Our companies are always
on the look-out for new PPE product lines that offer better protection without those
other sacrifices, and they talk to each other about their findings. All affected employ-
ees receive training in the recognition of laceration hazards and in the proper use and
care of required PPE. We have reduced the occurrence of lacerations by 54% in 2006
compared to 2002. That reduction is significant and impressive, but it does not match
our overall reduction of 61% for that same period. Lacerations accounted for 30% of all
2006 Worker’s Compensation claims.




                          JELD-WEN WC Claims 2002 - 2006

 2500
 2000
                                                                                                   Total Claims
 1500
                                                                                                   Ergonomics-Related
 1000
                                                                                                   Lacerations
  500
    0
                2002              2003                  2004     2005             2006




Is any portion of your disability management program affected by a collective bargaining agreement?

No. The collective bargaining agreements do not materially affect our disability management program.




Do you self-insure (circle answer)?       Yes No


If yes, do you use a captive or another alternative risk mechanism?


No, we do not use our captive for Domestic Workers’ Compensation.



Do you use a Third Party Administrator? If yes, which one?

Broadspire is our Third Party Administrator


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JELD-WEN is a company that is Insurance Intolerant. JELD-WEN has found
that it is far more profitable to put energy and assets into controlling Risk
and preventing claims than to pay premiums. For this reason JELD-WEN
has historically attempted to self-insure or self-fund as much of the Workers’
Compensation program as possible.

The JELD-WEN Workers Compensation Insurance program is essentially man-
aged at two levels, corporate and facility. JELD-WEN as a corporation is a mix
of self-insured and fully self-funded programs with a very small exposure in
North Dakota, and Idaho where JELD-WEN participates in the State Funds.

The JELD-WEN family of companies, or the facilities, see JELD-WEN’s Insur-
ance program in a completely different light. JELD-WEN believes that each
facility should be in control of its costs as much as possible. Each facility sees
a reasonably high deductible insurance program, $50,000 per occurrence.
Managers find it beneficial to be involved in the actual management of their claims and safety programs as a way to keep down claim costs. The
claim costs directly affect their profit statements.

The Insurance Department charges premiums to the facility that are Risk Rated on that facilities 3 previous years loss history. Workers’ Compensa-
tion premiums or rates are calculated annually for each facility. Premiums for the program include all costs associated with their respective program
such as specific state fees, collateral fees, TPA fees, and administration fees for the Risk/Safety department.

Premiums and claims costs are billed monthly to each facility. Premiums are based upon actual hours worked and claims costs are billed by change
in incurred to a claim. If a claim closes and monies are left in reserve these are credited back to the facility, if a claim reserve is increased then the
facility is charged. Because claims payments are based upon reserved and not paid, a manager will see an immediate effect of a claim as opposed to
having small individual payments drag on for a long time.

To give further incentive to paying attention to their safety programs, as part of the JELD-WEN Safety Initiative it was decided to reward companies
faster for their job well done, or not. A company with a year to date Workers’ Compensation Incident Rate of less than 5 is rewarded with a 25%
reduction in their monthly premium. However, if their Workers’ Compensation Incident Rate goes above a 10 then they are assessed a premium
surcharge with the surcharge increasing as their safety record drops. Whereas the facilities base premium rates are risk rated over a three-year
span, the modification factor is assessed every quarter. A General Manager will see the results of his efforts very quickly. Automated memos are
forwarded to each Vice President, General Manager and Field Service Manager quarterly, so that they can see the results of each of their companies,
see addendums 7, a,b, and c for examples of the automated communications that notify management of their quarterly modification factor.




For the past five years, please provide information on the frequency of injuries (number of workers’ compensation injuries per year).

FREQUENCY

                                                                  Workers Compensation Claims Counts
                                                                  Effect of 2004 Safety Initiative
                                                                  2002 - Present



  Claims Reported Data as of 5-31-2007
                                                                  2000
 Includes all accepted and denied claims
                                                                  1500
    Frequency                     Claims
           2002                      1967
                                                                  1000
           2003                      1816
           2004                      1400
                                                                    500
           2005                      1147
           2006                      806
                                                                       0
         2007-YTD                    240
                                                                            2002      2003       2004      2005       2006      2007-
                                                                                                                                 YTD
                                                                                                Year of Loss
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For the past five years, please provide information on the organization’s Total Incurred Cost per claim (The sum of incurred medical and
indemnity benefits and other incurred costs for all claims, divided by the total number of all claims).

COSTS

                                                      JELD-WEN 2004 Safety Initiative Results as of 5-31-2007
                                                   Consequences of Reduction of WCIR - Reduction in Claims Costs
                                                                                                                     Reduction in
                                                                                       3
                                                                 Avg. Cost Per           Ultimate Claims            Ultimate Claims      Ultimate Avg. Cost
                          1
    Year of Loss           Claims Total Incurred                    Claim                     Cost                  Cost from 2003            per Claim
           2001               2172          $8,634,900              $3,980                      $9,073,000                                        $4,177
           2002               1967          $9,493,000              $4,830                     $10,330,000                                        $5,252
           2003               1816          $8,955,900              $4,930                     $10,271,000                                        $5,656
          2
            2004              1400          $6,845,200              $4,890                      $8,567,000                  -17%                  $6,119
          2005                1147          $5,546,700              $4,840                      $8,754,000                  -15%                  $7,632
          2006                806           $3,482,900              $4,320                     $8,800,000                   -14%                 $10,918
1
    Includes all filed claims including successfully denied
2
    Beginning of Workers’ Compensation Safety Initiative - Goal 75% Reduction
3
    Claims costs developed to Ultimate per 3rd party actuarial study conducted annually




Total Cost Incurred



     $12,000,000


     $10,000,000


      $8,000,000


      $6,000,000                                                              Total Incurred
                                                                              Ultimate Claims Cost
      $4,000,000


      $2,000,000


              $0
                   2001    2002      2003   2004   2005   2006    2007




For the sake of putting your frequency and cost data in proper perspective, please provide information on the organization’s total number
of employees for each of the reporting years.

EMPLOYEES

Empoyee Count by Year


          Year                Employee Count                         12,600
              2002                     11,634                        12,400
              2003                     11,691                        12,200
              2004                     12,094
                                                                     12,000
              2005                     12,499
              2006                     11,599                        11,800                                                                           Employee Count

          2007 YTD                     11,658                        11,600

                                                                     11,400

                                                                     11,200

                                                                     11,000
                                                                                  2002           2003        2004    2005      2006   2007 YTD




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Please describe your loss prevention and safety program:

SAFETY PROGRAM INFORMATION


The JELD-WEN Loss Prevention and Safety Program succeeds because management and employees view safety as paramount. The goal of
JELD-WEN’s company-wide safety initiative is to reduce our Workers Compensation Claims by 75%. With 2004 being the start of the JELD-WEN
Safety Initiative and using 2003 as our Benchmark year, to date, the rate has declined by 68%. Commitment and accountability are evident in
the company’s philosophy, policies and procedures as well as a systematic process to educate, involve, investigate and reward safe practices.
Each component is outlined below:



Top Management Commitment


The JELD-WEN management philosophy consists of Safety, Quality, and Productivity. These three initiatives are the keys to achieving our goal
of reliability. Prior to 2004, JELD-WEN was involved in accident prevention, but was in a more reactive mode. Then in early 2004, executive
management presented the JELD-WEN Safety Initiative. It was introduced and communicated by the CEO, and has had full support from all
levels of management since its inception. This support has included providing the tools (funds, personnel, time) necessary to get the job
done. Executive management continues to be visible in its support of the program by being directly involved in activities such as incident
investigation, monitoring incident rates, disciplinary procedures, setting specific safety goals, and simply voicing the importance of safety to
employees. This commitment has allowed JELD-WEN’s safety program to become a proactive one that actually prevents incidents and injuries.



Accountability System


Each level of management & employee is responsible and held accountable for its safety actions and performance. Performance is monitored
by divisional VPs. Each level has a defined set of best safety practices that are fully implemented. We have developed and practice a 3-strike
disciplinary system that is based on unsafe acts and conditions (See Addendum 1). This system includes all levels of employees
and management.



Employee Involvement


Employees are kept involved through participation on the safety committee, daily dept/crew tailgate safety
meetings, monthly safety meetings, and quarterly training. We utilize an open door practice and encourage
employees to bring up safety suggestions at any time. A suggestion award program is in place that can provide
monetary awards for safety suggestions. Some of our locations have implemented supplemental programs such
as safety incentive plans that are based on safety performance.




Safety Committees


Each facility has its own safety committee consisting of both employee and management representatives. The purpose of the committee is
to bring management and employees together to identify and solve safety issues in the workplace. It also serves as a communication tool to
and from employees regarding safety issues. The committee meets a minimum of once per month to discuss safety concerns from the entire
facility. Each issue is reviewed, action items identified, and tasks assigned during the committee meeting. The committee reviews JELD-WEN
                                                        safety programs to assure they are up-to-date and effective. They also review Incident
                                                        Investigations to assure surface and root causes are identified and corrective action taken.
                                                        Members of the committee also participate in quarterly walk-through safety inspections.



                                                      Incident Investigation


                                                      JELD-WEN management, Safety Coordinators, and safety committee members receive
                                                      specific incident investigation training. All incidents and near misses are investigated
                                                      by a combination of members of management and the Safety Coordinator. The
                                                      investigation identifies surface and root causes, and offers corrective recommendations to


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management and the safety committee. The Safety Committee is involved in reviewing the investigation to assure it is complete and corrective
action has been taken. The investigation is recorded using a specific form (see example Incident Investigation form) via the electronic claim
management system. Its completion is mandatory.



                                                    Safety Training


                                                    All facility managers receive a 2-4 hour quarterly safety-training program. This is live training
                                                    conducted by the Risk Management Field Service Managers. Once the managers are trained,
                                                    they are provided training tools so they can train their employees. Employees receive monthly
                                                    safety training that is presented by department managers, Safety Coordinators, or outside
                                                    sources. All facility Safety Coordinators receive quarterly training to keep them up-to-date
                                                    with JELD-WEN safety practices and changes in regulatory issues. Delivery of training includes
                                                    instructor-led, web-based, video, hands-on-demonstration, and one-on-one. The majority of
                                                    training delivery is via instructor-led and one-on-one methods.



Facility Safety Coordinators


Each facility has a Safety Coordinator that assures all JELD-WEN safety programs and plant specific safety protocol is met or exceeded. They are
involved in investigations, employee safety training, safety audits, program implementation, and employee involvement in the safety process.
Safety Coordinator Workshops are held 2-3 times per year that involve training, discussion, and review of the JELD-WEN Risk Management
Manual, current safety issues, regulatory issues, and specific target areas. These workshops are developed and presented as a joint effort by a
combination of groups including Risk Management, JELD-WEN Education, Legal, and Claims Management.



Hiring Process


JELD-WEN considers the hiring process as our first opportunity to begin the incident prevention process. By hiring the person most suitable for
the job, we minimize the risk of injury and maximize the likelihood of hiring a long-term employee. The hiring process consists of:

o         An application process (filled out on-site)
o         A 2-phase interview process
o         Work station tour to allow the prospective employee to see what they will be doing prior to being hired
o         Integrity test that identifies a persons propensity to use drugs, commit fraud, steal from the company, or commit violent acts
o         Basic skills test that measures a persons ability to use basic math, read a tape measure, and perform other job related skills
o         Reference checks are made
o         In some cases, depending on the job requirements, background checks are made such as MVR, criminal, and credit history
o         Substance abuse test that includes both drug and alcohol
o         In some cases a fit-for-duty or agility test is also conducted. (The benefits of this process are currently being evaluated)



New Employee Orientation


In 2003 JELD-WEN statistics indicated that more than 40% of injuries were occurring to
employees who had been on the job for six months or less. As a result, a comprehensive
New Employee Orientation procedure was developed requiring the new employee to
be trained prior to beginning work. The training is a combined effort conducted by the
Safety Coordinator, manager, and other employees. After the initial orientation training,
the employee is placed with experienced operators who “watch out” for the new person
and provide coaching in proper job procedures. The orientation program includes
items such as:

o         Job specific procedures
o         Personal protective equipment
o         Hazard Communications
o         Emergency plans


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o         Housekeeping practices
o         Substance abuse & EAP programs
o         Disciplinary procedures
o         Safety communications
o         Standards of conduct



Substance Abuse Program


The JELD-WEN Substance abuse program is designed to eliminate impairment on the job, and therefore reduce injury potential to all employees. It
includes drug and alcohol testing parameters for pre-employment, post-incident, reasonable suspicion, and random or periodic. Employees who
have been with the company for one year or more, and test positive, are offered participation in an Employee Assistance Program. If they choose
not to participate, employment is terminated. If they test positive a second time, employment is terminated. Employees who have been with the
company less than one year, and test positive, are terminated upon a confirmed positive result.



At Home Safety


JELD-WEN believes a person’s safety is important at home as well as at work. The Safety Initiative included an at-home component which we call
SHAPE – Safety Health and Productivity Education. With SHAPE, employees will receive training and brochures/posters on at-home risk topics
identified from analysis of JELD-WEN data and leading industry sources. Training will be delivered quarterly as part of the quarterly manager
training program. Managers will then include the at-home topics when they train employees. Topics include issues such as sun protection, water
rescue, driving safety, poisons, etc. We believe SHAPE will assist us in preventing injuries at
home as well as work, and that it will help promote wellness and proper healthcare at home.

In 2004 we implemented a safety poster contest for employee families. JELD-WEN Risk
Management selects a theme for the poster contest. Employee family members are invited to
participate. Judging of the posters is done according to age groups, and the winners receive
prize money. In addition, a photo of the winner and their parent(s) is copied onto the poster,
and each JELD-WEN facility receives a supply of posters for the workplace. This program has
seen great participation with over 65 winning entries.



Technology


In an effort to attain and maintain a safety program of a World Class Company JELD-WEN
has embraced the use of Technology as one of the main toolsets for the Risk Management
Department. JELD-WEN Risk Management has their own dedicated technology team whose goal is to provide systems and solutions to manage
and monitor the many aspects of the JELD-WEN Safety and Insurance programs. They manage data feeds, develop custom reporting, and perform
                                        financial and demographic claims analysis.

                                       One of the main reasons JELD-WEN has been able to reduce the number of claims is the use of leading edge
                                       technology. JELD-WEN continually improves it’s incident reporting and monitoring system by participating
                                       with Ailan Corporation in the ongoing development of its ClaimDesk Application.

                                       With the use of the ClaimDesk Application, JELD-WEN is able to track all claims or incidents from the first
                                       notice to the final closure in an in-house system. This includes not only workers’ compensation but also
                                       general liability, property and automobile insurance. First reports of any claim are entered in ClaimDesk
                                       at the facility where the incident happened, as much of the data as possible is prescrubbed and auto filled
                                       for the facilities to save time and provide more accurate reporting to the claim administrator, Broadspire.
                                       The report is personally reviewed by the JELD-WEN claims department for completeness and accuracy and
                                       then electronically submitted to the Broadspire claims administrators. JELD-WEN worked with Broadspire
                                       to develop the automated claims data import process now in use. The result has been a very significant
                                       increase in accuracy in claims reporting over the more normal telephonic input process.

                                       Input and monitoring helps control the claim that happened however without investigating the claim it’s
                                       difficult to take appropriate actions to stop the next claim. ClaimDesk has a robust incident investigation
                                       module that JELD-WEN is requiring to be filled out for all claims and most incidents. The completion is


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monitored for appropriate completion of the incident investigation and appropriateness of actions taken. The investigation of claims has contributed to
reduction in claims that JELD-WEN has enjoyed.

Aiding in JELD-WEN’s efforts to reduce workers’ compensation claims is the increased ability for tracking employee training at all the facilities. Managers
can set up courses, schedule classes, and maintain attendance records and training materials all on ClaimDesk. A huge timesaver scheduling and
documenting ongoing training programs; a click of a button is all it takes to look up documentation and print any report needed. JELD-WEN Risk
Management Technology team is currently working with the JELD-WEN Training Department to electronically import training records from other 3rd
party providers into ClaimDesk to provide a single archive for all training records.

Not only has ClaimDesk improved the tracking of data but also reporting it. Keeping Executive Management, Vice-Presidents, and General Managers, up-
to-date on what is happening at JELD-WEN facilities helps to not only foster of sense of competition but also shows where more effort should be focused.
Using ClaimDesk, JELD-WEN is able to analyze claims data and provide clear and consistent reports to these managers, so they are better able to identify
issues and improve the safety of JELD-WEN facilities.

Number of Days Restricted Duty




Restricted Duty Days Stratification




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Number of Days Off Work




Lost Time Days Stratification




Do you have a return-to-work and/or absence management program? Please describe that program briefly.

RETURN-TO-WORK AND ABSENSE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM


JELD-WEN actively returns injured workers to modified work as soon as possible following injury. We recognize returning injured employee’s to work
quickly contributes to their physical and mental health, as well as helping maintain their self–confidence and feeling of worth. We also appreciate
and realize the benefit of retaining a skilled, trained and experienced employee.

To promote this practice, we provide detailed job descriptions of the workers job at injury as well as potential modified positions and, if needed,
personally contact the physician to communicate our desire and ability to accommodate work restrictions. We let our injured workers know that
modified work is often available and encourage them to discuss this with their physician.
We find this process inspires the physician to consider releasing the employee to work in
some capacity. Managers stay in contact with the physician to ensure they accommodate
changes in the physical restrictions as they occur.

JELD-WEN management is innovative in identifying potential modified jobs looking beyond
the obvious. This includes workplace improvements such as painting, cleaning up the
outside grounds, putting together safety instructions, doing inventories, implementing
process improvement projects, cleaning areas, performing recurring safety & environmental
tasks, taking quality measurements, and doing other projects that fit their restrictions. We
also have found it beneficial to offer modified work hours such as working 2 hours per day
for a period of time and then increasing these hours until the worker is back in a fulltime



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capacity. This allows the worker to ease back in to work and may avoid the need for a formal work hardening program that is often incredibly costly
to the company, but more importantly, can leave the employee feeling unproductive and frustrated.

It is our intent to assist the worker in achieving the fullest and fastest recovery possible so that they remain a productive, healthy and happy
member of the JELD-WEN team.




Does the organization utilize an integrated disability management program for occupational and non-occupational claims? Please describe
the program briefly.

No, because of the issues involved with integrating dissimilar programs and vendors, JELD-WEN has not been able to develop an integrated
disability management program that would successfully meet the demands of both the Workers’ Compensation program and the JELD-WEN Health
Benefits program.




For all lost-time claims more than three days in duration, what is the average number of days lost per claim for the past five years, not
including permanent total disability (PTD) claims?

Lost-time per claim


                                       Safety Results - Time Loss Claims
                         Claims where worker was unable to report to next scheduled shift
                                             data as of 6/20/2007


                                                                                                                         % Reduction
                                                                       Avg Days                                          in Loss Work
                  All Time    Avg Days                 Time Loss     Lost per Lost                                       Day Incident
                Loss Claims Lost per Lost              Claims > 3    Time Claim >          Hours          Loss Work Day Rate From
    Year          for Year   Time Claim                   Days          3 days             Worked          Incident Rate     2003
    2002              383                26               239               47            23,633,400             3.24
   1
    2003              343                29               229               56            22,629,300             3.03                0%
    2004              251                32               186               64            24,735,000             2.03               33%
    2005              241                36               170               76            24,414,600             1.97               35%
    2006              141                41               98                64            23,329,840             1.21               60%

Notes:
1. Benchmark year for Safety Initiative




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Please list the names and roles of the members of your workers’ compensation and disability management team.

           Name                                                     Role
                               JELD-WEN Claims Department - Oversees all active workers’
 Marsha Sorum                  compensation claims, litigated and non-litigated.
                               JELD-WEN Legal Department - Oversees all litigated Workers’
 Rob Sturm                     Compensation claims. Monitors outside attorneys’ performance and
                               progress of litigated claims.
                               JELD-WEN Insurance Department - Oversees Workers’ Compensa-
 Debbie Nowak                  tion claims at a high level. Responsible for annual renewal of workers’
                               compensation insurance policy(ies).
                               Risk Technology Services - Responsible for data relating to workers’
 Woody Sine                    compensation claims, in-house claims management applications,
 Scott Coe                     automated data feeds to and from TPAs, automated and special request
                               reporting, and data analysis in identifying trends and monitoring
 Brian Schumacher
                               performance data.
                               JELD-WEN Field Services Department – Responsible for servicing
 Kelly Beegle                  and auditing ongoing JELD-WEN Safety and Workers Compensation
 Don Baxter                    programs and monitoring open Workers’ Compensation claims for
                               JELD-WEN facilities.
 Scott Defenbaugh
 Denise Henry
 Greg Milani
 Ryan Quiggle
 Eric Wennereth
 Rob Kaufman
 Karen Olsen
 Roy Bowman

 Broadspire                    Third Party Claims Administrator for Workers’ Compensation Claims

 Facility Safety                Specific employees, usually managers, at facilities who work with the
                                Field Service Managers and are responsible for monitoring and coordi-
 Coordinators                   nating Safety and Training programs at their facility.
                                Facility Management takes an active role in managing Workers’
 Facility                       Compensation Claims. They maintain communication with all injured
 Management                     workers and are responsible for the return to work program. They are
                                also responsible for enforcing all policies and procedures at their facility.




In the balance of your application, please discuss the performance, vision, transferability and teamwork in your worker’s comp program.
Please also emphasize innovative aspects of that program that would be used by other companies. (See Instructions).

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PROGRAM

JELD-WEN started in 1960 with a handful of employees as a small privately held millwork company in Klamath Falls Oregon. Over the years the
company has expanded globally to over 350 locations with more than 24,000 employees. JELD-WEN now encompasses a wide range of products
and industries. Door and window manufacturing are key parts of the JELD-WEN family; over the years JELD-WEN has diversified into product
distribution, real estate development, resorts and marketing.

Safety has been a core value of JELD-WEN since the inception in1960. As the company grew safety programs evolved, and remained an important
company value. Over the years, JELD-WEN achieved safety results in line with the top performers in the industry. In 2003, JELD-WEN had an
experience modification factor of around 0.65, showing that the program met with much success. Despite the low experience modification factor
executive management felt that too many employees were being injured. In late 2003 the JELD-WEN Board of Directors issued a directive to the
organization; reduce Workers’ Compensation Claims by 75%. Executive management did not emphasize cost or severity the directive was to reduce
all claims.

JELD-WEN Risk Management Department was faced with a daunting task, develop a solution to take an already good program and transform it into
a program capable of achieving results thought impossible. Risk Management embraced the challenge and began by reviewing years worth of
data. Analysis revealed that 23% of injuries at JELD-WEN occurred to people who had been employed for six months or less an additional 46% were
from people who had multiple workers’ compensation claims. By eliminating these types of injuries it would decrease workers compensation claims
by 69%, nearly achieving the goal of 75%. Root cause analysis revealed that policies and programs needed to be developed and/or strengthened
to address three primary areas; hiring practices, employee orientation and training, and accountability.


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Hiring Practices


JELD-WEN changed and improved its hiring practices, and made them a corporate standard to be followed at all locations. Policy and programs
were put into place to assure we hired the right person for the job. JELD-WEN did this by developing a Basic Skills Test in math and reading,
implementing a mandatory integrity test, reference checks, multiple interviews by managers, work environment tours prior to employment, and
substance abuse testing. See addendum 8-a

The basic skills test helps to determine a person’s ability to work safely, follow instructions, and use math on the job. In 2006, an average of 19% of
applicants did not pass the test, preventing these people from being put into a work environment they may not be able to perform safely in.

The integrity test evaluates a person’s likelihood to exhibit undesirable behavior in
the workplace. The behavioral areas examined are:
• Substance Abuse
• Theft
• Workers’ Compensation Fraud
• Dependability
• Violence
• Deception

If a test shows cautions in any of these areas the facility is discouraged from hiring
that individual. JELD-WEN administers approximately 8,000 integrity tests annually
and 25%-30% result in hiring cautions. JELD-WEN does not hire a vast majority of
those individuals with cautions.

It is also mandatory that reference checks are done and the multiple management interviews of candidates take place before they are hired. Either
of these can prevent undesirable and potentially unsafe applicants from being hired.

Work environment tours are given to all applicants before a conditional offer of employment. It is important that the applicant understands the
work environment and feels comfortable with the position that may be offered.

Substance abuse tests are performed after a conditional offer of employment; a negative result is required to work at JELD-WEN. Employees under
the influence are a danger to themselves and to others.



Employee Orientation


 With Analysis showing that 23% of our Workers’ Compensation claims occurred to employees with 6 months or less, new employee orientation
and training became a focal point to improve upon. Much more comprehensive orientation and training programs were put into place at the start
of the Safety Initiative. The comprehensive orientation was expanded to better prepare the employee to be able safely work in a manufacturing
environment. Orientation became more of a process over time than a short course the first day. Examples of improvements included but were not
limited to more thorough:
•       Emergency procedure training
•       Job specific hazards
•       Site specific hazards
•       Affected person Lock out / Tag out training
•       Manual material handling and ergonomics
•       Pedestrian forklift safety
•       Hazard communication program
•       Personal Protective Equipment



Employee Training


Safety is an integral part of JELD-WEN and it starts at the top. JELD-WEN has truly embraced safety as a core initiative and aligned safety with
productivity and quality in annual training to its management team. To quote JELD-WEN’s 2005 Management Improvement Training on Aligning
our Initiatives – Bringing Safety, Quality, and Productivity Together states:
“Ultimately, your job as a manager is to align safety, quality, and productivity. You are responsible for marinating all three disciplines. But what



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decisions should you make in the short-term when there is conflict? Safety, quality, productivity are all valuable; however, when in conflict they do
not have the same value. If you were to rank order them they would look like this:
1.      Safety
2.      Quality
3.      Productivity.”

The preceding instruction went to each and every manager in JELD-WEN as part of a corporate wide manager-training program.

All employees at JELD-WEN receive in-depth and regular safety training. Starting at the top, facility managers receive quarterly safety training.
Training is conducted at each facility by the Field Service Managers. Topics are designed to address pertinent issues and provide solutions to safety
trends and/or regulatory requirements. In turn each manager is required to train and coach his or her employees on the quarterly topics in addition
to other regular and required training.

As another part of the Safety Initiative, Executive Management approved a new position of Facility Safety Coordinator for JELD-WEN Manufacturing
and Property Development locations. This position coordinates local safety activities and assures compliance with safety programs and reports
to the General Manager. The Safety Coordinator works closely with the Risk Management Field Service Manager. The Safety Coordinator receives
formal in-depth training at training conferences conducted by the Risk Management Field Services Department. The Safety Coordinator position
has played a key role in the success of the Safety Initiative by providing a level of expertise that had not been available at most facilities before the
initiative.

Effective employee safety training is the foundation for preventing unsafe acts and conditions that can result in work place injury or illness. Training
at JELD-WEN happens regularly and frequently. As part of the Safety Initiative Managers are ask to speak to their employees daily about safe work
practices. There are formal monthly safety training sessions for all employees. Items they are trained on include:
•       personal protective equipment
•       lockout/tagout
•       emergency response contingency
•       hazard communication
•       bloodborne pathogens
•       hearing conservation
•       confined spaces
•       formaldehyde
•       hazardous waste
•       lifting and back injury prevention
•       fall protection
•       respirator procedures
•       life truck training (every three years drivers only)
•       ergonomic training
•       company vehicle driver training.

Prior to the Safety Initiative this training was generally presented by over the counter videos that were not specific to our industry and not generally
followed up with topic related coaching. The delivery of the message was not effective. Now, safety training is specific to the facility or industry
type. Training may include a video, however, Group Managers and Safety Coordinators provide follow-up hands on training and coaching. In many
facilities other media has been developed to replace the over the counter safety video. The new media may include professionally produced DVDs
or videos filmed at our facilities and or computer based interactive training that includes automated tracking of attendance and results.



Accountability


Accountability for safety at JELD-WEN is paramount. Analysis of the data for the Safety Initiative showed that 46% of the employees that were
filing workers’ compensation claims had previously filed a claim. It’s easy to say that those employees are habitual repeaters and they need to
take responsibility for their actions. We have found this to be true in a small percentage of those cases. Accountability does not stop at the
employee; the employee has to be given the environment, tools and knowledge to be able to successfully and safely perform their jobs, and that is
managements responsibility.

As part of the Safety Initiative the Board of Directors approved a non-negotiable list based upon JELD-WEN policies and procedures that General
Managers are to follow at all locations. This GM Safety and Accountability report, as it came to be known, is reviewed by each Field Service Manager,
at each of their locations for compliance. Any deviations from the list are noted and action plans are put in place to correct noncompliance issues.


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Management is expected to set a good example for employees to follow.

Some of JELD-WEN’s procedures are time consuming and not always easy to follow. Risk Management developed new tools and programs to assist
the facilities in complying with the policies and procedures. The paper version basic skills test was converted so that it could be given electronically
with a Palm Pilot. The time consuming task of scoring every test was now automated, results were tracked, and taking the test was far easier
to administer. The integrity test is also given on the Palm Pilot, or over the WEB. This makes it easier and less time consuming for the facility to
administer the hiring process. Substance abuse results were made available over a secure web site and an automated email notification process
was put into place so Managers would not have to spend their time calling to get results. New Training aids and programs were developed to make
it easier for the locations to train and do a better job of training their employees. JELD-WEN even made the commitment of providing the Safety
Coordinator position to the facilities, which provided more dedicated expertise to help administer the local programs and take that load off the local
management. More accountability was being expected of management and they now had the tools and aid to accomplish their job.

Employees were also expected to be more accountable for their own safety. A three-strike rule was adopted; 3 unsafe acts committed in 5 years
meant an automatic termination of employment. Management was still given the authority to terminate on a single unsafe act if the severity of the
act warranted the termination. An employee may be a good and productive employee, but if they do not have the ability to perform their job safely
then it is best for them and those around them that they find an environment where they can perform safely.

To help employees be accountable for their safety, they were given more training and better tools. A new Job Safety Analysis and ergonomic
program were put into place where the employee had much more say in how safety was being defined for the job. Better training is now being
provided for each employee to help them perform their job more safely. JELD-WEN continues to reward employees for their suggestions.
Employees receive cash awards for their Safety, production and quality suggestions and these rewards can be substantial.

JELD-WEN expects accountability from all of its employees and has strived to provide them the tools and training for all to be successful
and accountable.

Since the time of the Safety Initiative many of the individual programs have been modified and revised to meet the changing demands of the
workplace. As machines change, product lines change and facilities evolve the safety programs and training must evolve. There are several
changes and programs of note that do not fit with in the three main focal points.

The At Home and Work Safety Program is an example of a program developed to promote safety that was not part of the 3 main focal points. One
aspect of At Home and Work Safety Program is a kids’ poster competition. Each quarter JELD-WEN has a kids’ poster competition in which kids from
four different age groups draw pictures on safety. The winner from each age division wins a cash prize of up to $200. These safety posters help to
foster both the child’s and the parents’ understanding of safety. Often the posters are tied into the quarterly training or safety issues that
JELD-WEN is currently focused on. This may include poisoning or electrical safety. Other times it is meant to help people stay safe outside of work,
in which case the themes are often seasonal. These themes have included boating safety, ladder safety, as well as winter driving. After the posters
are submitted they are displayed at the plants for another safety reminder and for the parents to show off their child’s work. See addendum 9.

                                                                                   The SHAPE, Safety, Health And Productivity Education, program,
                                                                                   just implemented, is a continuation of the commitment that
                                                                                   JELD-WEN has made to at home and work safety. See addendum
                                                                                   4. The concept is that SHAPE will maintain the focus on safety to
                                                                                   indirectly reduce costs of worker’s compensation and healthcare
                                                                                   claims over the next three to five years, while improving employee
                                                                                   job satisfaction and retention.

                                                                                   Over the years JELD-WEN has received many awards and
                                                                                   recognition for their safety programs. Many facilities were
                                                                                   recognized for their safety programs and commitment to safety.
                                                                                   See addendum 5 of the JELD-WEN PERSPECTIVES newsletter for
                                                                                   some examples of some facility rewards.

                                                                               As a result of the commitment and effort that has been put into
                                                                               the JELD-WEN Safety Initiative, JELD-WEN has seen a dramatic
drop in Workers’ Compensation Injuries. The savings amounts to over $17,000,000 in estimated claims costs. More importantly, a drop in the
Workers Compensation Incident Rate of over 68% to date accounts for over 2,700 claims that have not occurred since January of 2004. JELD-WEN is
sending more employees home at night and fewer to the doctor.




       JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application
1. Unsafe Act/Unsafe Condition Inestigation Memo




                              JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
MEMORANDUM


DATE:        March 28, 2006
TO:          All General Managers
FROM:        C. Robert Sturm, Senior Corporate Counsel
RE:          Unsafe Act/Unsafe Condition Investigation


        JELD-WEN is committed to workplace safety. To obtain an even safer work
environment we must all focus on eliminating unsafe conditions and unsafe acts by
employees. In contrast with unsafe conditions, unsafe acts generally involve
employee acts and/or omissions that violate JELD-WEN’s established safety rules,
procedures, or methods of performing a duty or task, or that contradict an instruction
of a manager or supervisor and thus create an elevated safety risk. Unsafe acts can
directly lead to various adverse consequences, including avoidable injuries to JELD-
WEN employees and/or property, lost productivity and decreased morale. Indeed, it
is estimated that 9 out of 10 accidents, on average, are due to unsafe acts. Remember,
an unsafe act does not have to result in an injury or damage – we want to correct all
unsafe acts before injury or damage. The JELD-WEN Field Service Representatives
are trained in unsafe act / unsafe condition investigations, and are an excellent
resource to assist in your analysis. Whenever investigating apparent unsafe acts,
please consider the following issues:

   a. Did the act or omission violate an established rule, procedure, or method of
      performing a duty or task or contradict a given instruction?
   b. Should the employee have known of the rule, procedure, or method of
      performing the duty or task or did the employee have actual knowledge of it?
   c. Did the employee have sufficient training to have been legitimately able to
      follow the rule, procedure, or method of performing the duty or task?
   d. Is the facility enforcing compliance with the rule, procedure, or method even-
      handedly in terms of the issuance and severity of discipline?
   e. Is the matter covered by a collective bargaining agreement and, if so, did
      “good cause” exist disciplinary action?




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2. JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program




                     JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
           JELD-WEN ERGONOMICS PROGRAM
Introduction
The purpose of the JELD-WEN Ergonomics program is to reduce employee exposure to specific
workplace hazards that can cause or aggravate work-related musculoskeletal disorders
(WMSDs). In workplaces where these hazards exist, we must reduce them. Doing so will
reduce the likelihood of WMSDs such as tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and low back
disorders.

This Program applies to all JELD-WEN companies and operations. It involves evaluating each
position or group of similar positions using a step-by-step process designed to determine if there
are “Caution Zone Jobs”. If Caution Zone Jobs are discovered, additional evaluations must be
conducted to determine if they are “Hazard Zone Jobs”. If so, we must implement solutions to
eliminate or reduce the risk so we can remove the job from Hazard Zone status. Following are
descriptions of Caution Zone and Hazard Zone jobs, and the process for identifying whether or
not they exist at your facility. Also included is a section indicating who needs to be trained, how
often, and where they can get the training. The program then gives you advice on how to
implement solutions designed to remove jobs from Hazard Zone Status.

Caution Zone Job
A “caution zone job” is a job where an employee’s typical work activities include any of the
specific physical risk factors listed below. Typical work activities are those that are a regular
and foreseeable part of the job and occur on more than one day per week, and more frequently
than one week per year.
    • If facilities have one or more “caution zone jobs”, they must implement this entire
         program. A “caution zone job” may not be hazardous, but it does require further
         evaluation.
    • This program does not prohibit “caution zone jobs”.
    • If a facility evaluation indicates there are no “caution zone jobs” in that facility, there is
         no need to proceed beyond the Caution Zone Analysis.
    • Duration (for example, 2 hours) refers to the total amount of time per day employees are
         exposed to the risk factor, not how long they spend performing the work activity that
         includes the risk factor.

Risk Factors
   A. Awkward Posture
          (1) Working with the hand(s) above the head, or the elbow(s) above the shoulder,
              more than 2 hours total per day.
          (2) Working with the neck or back bent more than 30 degrees (without support and
              without the ability to vary posture) more than 2 hours total per day.
          (3) Squatting more than 2 hours total per day.
          (4) Kneeling more than 2 hours total per day.
   B. High Hand Force
      (5) Pinching an unsupported object weighing 2 or more pounds per hand, or pinching
          with a force of 4 or more pounds per hand, more than 2 hours total per day
          (comparable to pinching half a ream of paper).


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      (6) Gripping and unsupported object weighing 10 or more pounds per hand, or gripping
          with a force of 10 or more pounds per hand, more than 2 hours total per day
          (comparable to clamping light duty automotive jumper cables on to a battery.
   C. Highly Repetitive Motion
      (7) Repeating the same motion with the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, or hands
          (excluding keying activities) with little or no variation every few seconds more than 2
          hours total per day.
      (8) Performing intensive keying more than 4 hours total per day.

   D. Repeated impact
      (9) Using the hand (heel/base of palm) or knee as a hammer more than 10 times per hour
          more than 2 hours total per day.

   E. Heavy, Frequent, or Awkward Lifting
      (10) Lifting objects weighing more than 75 pounds once per day or more than 55
           pounds more than 10 times per day.
      (11) Lifting objects weighing more than 10 pounds if done more than twice per minute
           more than 2 hours total per day.
      (12) Lifting objects weighing more than 25 pounds above the shoulders, below the knees
           or at arms length more than 25 times per day.

   F. Moderate to High Hand-Arm Vibration
      (13) Using impact wrenches, carpet strippers, chain saws, percussive tools, (jack
           hammers, scalers, riveting or chipping hammers) or other hand tools that typically
           have high vibration levels more than 30 minutes total per day.
      (14) Using grinders, sanders, jigsaws or other hand tools that typically have moderate
           vibration levels more than 2 hours total per day.

Training
All employees working in or supervising “caution zone jobs” will receive awareness training
upon implementation of the program and at least every three years thereafter. Training materials
will be provided and/or reviewed by JELD-WEN Risk Management Field Services prior to being
used.

Employees assigned to work in or supervise “caution zone jobs” will receive awareness training
within 30 calendar days, unless they have already received it within the last three years.

Training may be in various delivery methods such as oral, video, computer-based, written, etc.,
and must include:
   • Information on work-related causes of musculoskeletal disorders, including all caution
       zone risk factors mentioned in this program. Provide any additional facility-specific
       manual material handling procedures intended to reduce employee exposure to
       ergonomically stressful activities. This would include safe lifting techniques and manual
       push, pull and carry limits.
   • The types, symptoms and consequences of WMSDs and the importance of early
       reporting.
   • Information on identifying WMSD hazards and common measures to reduce them.
   • An overview of this program.

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Identifying “Caution Zone Jobs”
   • Group Managers and/or Safety Committee members or selected employees will evaluate
       each job in his/her control using the Caution Zone Checklist contained in this program.
       A separate checklist will be completed for each job or position, except that essentially
       identical jobs or positions may be assessed as a group. Assistance may be obtained from
       the Risk Management Field Services Managers.
   • If no boxes are checked on the Caution Zone Checklist, the position is not a “caution
       zone job”, and no further action is necessary.
   • If any of the boxes are checked, this position is a “caution zone job”, and ergonomics
       awareness training (as described in the program) must be provided to affected employees
       and their supervisors.

Identifying “Hazard Zone Jobs”
   • Group Managers and/or Safety Committee members or selected employees will further
       evaluate each “caution zone job” using the Hazard Zone Checklist contained in this
       program.
   • If no boxes are checked on the Hazard Zone Checklist, no further action is necessary.
   • If any of the boxes are checked, this position is a “hazard zone job” and the facility must
       implement solutions to the degree that will allow it to be removed from “hazard zone
       job” status.

Removing the Job From Hazard Zone Status
The only acceptable method of removing a job from Hazard Zone status is to make changes that
reduce the hazard to the individual. The hazard must be reduced below the levels indicated on
the Hazard Zone Checklist. Following are some guidelines:

   A. The first priority is to implement physical controls that do not rely primarily on employee
      behavior to reduce the hazard. This may include:
         • Changes to workstations and tools.
         • Reducing the size & weight of loads handled.
         • Process design to eliminate unnecessary steps or introduce task variety.
         • Job rotation.

   B. If the hazard cannot be reduced to the desired degree by using the controls mentioned
      above, the facility must supplement those controls with measures that rely on work
      practices or personal protective equipment such as:
           • Impact gloves.
           • Team lifting.
           • Training on work techniques.

   C. If the facility is unable to implement engineering changes or control methods to reduce a
      specific ergonomic hazard to below hazardous levels, the General Manager will forward
      a copy of the “Ergonomics Solution Record” (form #10504.0408E) to the respective Risk
      Management Field Services Manager without delay. The Field Services Manager will
      telephone conference with the GM to discuss the hazard and possible solutions.
      Engineering and Reliability managers will be brought in to assist as deemed necessary.
   D. If measures to reduce a hazard include changes in the job or work practices then job-
      specific training will be provided that includes:
           • The hazards of the work activities.
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           •   Safe work practices.
           •   The proper use and maintenance of the specific measures that have been
               implemented.

Recordkeeping
Copies of the completed Caution Zone Checklists shall be maintained for all positions or groups
of similar positions. Copies of completed Hazard Zone Checklists shall be maintained for each
position that falls into the Caution Zone status. Use the “Ergonomics Assessment Log” (form
#10504.0408B) to track completion of ergonomic assessments and hazard abatement activities.
Maintain records detailing efforts taken to reduce specific ergonomic hazards using the
“Ergonomics Solution Record” (form #10504.0408E).

Employee Involvement
The success of this program is dependent upon the involvement and buy-in of employees. In
order to provide for and encourage employee involvement, the Safety Committee will be
involved in choosing the methods to be used for employee participation.

The Safety Committee will be informed of the following:
            • The contents of this program.
            • Identified “caution zone jobs.”
            • Details of “hazard zone jobs.”
            • Measures to reduce hazards.

Employees should be encouraged to participate by submitting ideas for ergonomic solutions via
the JELD-WEN Suggestion Award Program. Employees are not eligible for cash awards if they
are part of a committee assigned to work on the specific project to which the suggestion pertains.

Push, Pull and Carry Load Considerations
Many JELD-WEN employees are required to manually move materials. Regardless of the
frequency of the task, there is a high potential for soft tissue injuries to occur as a result of the
manual movement of materials. When feasible, General Managers should provide a mechanical
means of moving materials that are moderately heavy to heavy. The term “moderately heavy” is
subjective because it varies according to the reasonable abilities of the employee performing the
task. When mechanical means are not feasible, the General Manager should establish a limit for
the maximum load that a lone person can push, pull or carry. Where such limits are established
they will be made known to all employees, posted in the workplace, and enforced by
management

Engineering and Maintenance Involvement
Long-term success of this program is dependent upon our ability to design and build facilities
and equipment that are ergonomically friendly, that is that they do not introduce new ergonomic
hazards to the workplace. All persons involved in the design, fabrication or purchase of
equipment or processes will give maximum consideration to ergonomic friendliness. Whenever
possible, equipment will be designed to be adjustable to the needs of operators of various sizes.
Best available technology to reduce other ergonomic stresses will be incorporated. JELD-WEN
companies will not purchase equipment that exposes operators to ergonomic hazards if similar
hazard-free (or less hazardous) equipment is available from another source. Equipment such as
carts, dollies and roller conveyors will be maintained in optimal working order to minimize the
forces required to manually move materials.
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Program Review
Each facility will review their Ergonomics Program annually for effectiveness and to determine
if improvements are necessary. The review will include the Safety Committee.



Attachments:

   1.   Ergonomics Assessment Log (10504.0408B)
   2.   Caution Zone Checklist (10504.0408C)
   3.   Hazard Zone Checklist (10504.0408D)
   4.   Ergonomics Solution Record (10504.0408E)
   5.   Core Ergonomic Control Methods – Examples
   6.   Ergonomics Awareness Education for Employees in Caution Zone Jobs




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                                                                                                         10504.0408B
                                           JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program
                             ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENT LOG
                                         Facility:
JOB TITLE OR    CAUTION CAUTION HAZARD        HAZARD     DESCRIPTION OF HAZARD(S)   SOLUTION(S) IMPLEMENTED   IMPLMNT
 DESRIPTION       ZONE   ZONE JOB     ZONE   ZONE JOB                                                           DATE
               ASSESSMENT (YES/NO) ASSESSMENT (YES/NO)
                  DATE                DATE
                                                                                                    10504.0408C
Ergonomic   Caution Zone Checklist             Use one sheet for each position evaluated.

Movements or postures that are a regular and      If done in this job   Job Position evaluated:   No. of
foreseeable part of the job, occurring more       position                                        employees in
                                                                                                  these jobs?
than one day per week, and more frequently                              Date:
than one week per year.                                   the box
Awkward Posture                                                         Comments/Observations
              1.      Working with the hand(s)
                   above the head, or the elbow(s)
                   above the shoulders more than
                   2 hours total per day.




                   2.  Working with the neck or
                   back bent more than 30
                   degrees (without support and
                   without the ability to vary
                   posture) more than 2 hours
                   total per day.



                   3. Squatting more than 2
                   hours total per day.




                   4.  Kneeling more than 2 hours
                   total per day.


High Hand Force                                                         Comments/Observations
               5.      Pinching an unsupported
                   object(s) weighing 2 or more
                   pounds per hand, or pinching
                   with a force of 4 or more
                   pounds per hand, more than 2
                   hours total per day (comparable
                   to pinching half a ream of
                   paper).
                   6. Gripping an unsupported
                   objects(s) weighing 10 or more
                   pounds per hand, or gripping
                   with a force of 10 or more
                   pounds per hand, more than 2
                   hours total per day (comparable
                   to clamping light duty
                   automotive jumper cables onto
                   a battery).
Highly Repetitive Motion                                              Comments/Observations
                7. Repeating the same motion
                     with the neck, shoulders,
                     elbows, wrists, or hands
                     (excluding keying activities)
                     with little or no variation every
                     few seconds, more than 2
                     hours total per day.
                     8. Performing intensive keying
                     more than 4 hours total per
                     day.

Repeated Impact                                                       Comments/Observations
              9. Using the hand (heel/base
                     of palm) or knee as a hammer
                     more than 10 times per hour,
                     more than 2 hours total per
                     day.
Heavy, Frequent or Awkward Lifting (A simple scale                    Comments/Observations
can be used to determine the weight of materials)

                     10. Lifting object weighing
                     more than 75 pounds once per
                     day or more than 55 pounds
                     more than 10 times per day.

                     11. Lifting objects weighing
                     more than 10 pounds if done
                     more than twice per minute,
                     more than 2 hours total per
                     day.
                     12. Lifting objects weighing
                     more than 25 pounds above the
                     shoulders, below the knees or
                     at arms length more than 25
                     times per day.
Moderate to High Hand- Arm Vibration                                  Comments/Observations
(Closely estimate or obtain the vibration value of the tool in use)
                     13. Using impact wrenches,
                     carpet strippers, chain saws,
                     percussive tools (jack
                     hammers, scalers, riveting or
                     chipping hammers) or other
                     tools that typically have high
                     vibration levels, more than 30
                     minutes total per day.
                     14. Using grinders, sanders,
                     jigsaws or other hand tools that
                     typically have moderate
                     vibration levels more than 2
                     hours total per day.
                                                                                                    10504.0408D

Ergonomic   HAZARD ZONE CHECKLIST
For each "caution zone job" find any physical risk factors that apply. If a hazard exists, it must be reduced
below the hazard level or to the degree technologically and economically feasible.
                                                                    Hazard Job Position evaluated:    No. of
Movements or postures that are a regular and forseeable             Exists                            employees in
part of the job, occurring more than one day per week, and                                            these jobs?
more frequently than one week per year.
                                                                              Date:

Awkward Posture                                                               Comments/Observations

                                                       More than
                     1. Working with the hand(s)
                                                       4 hours
                     above the head, or the
                                                       total per
                     elbows above the shoulders
                                                       day



                     2. Repeatedly raising the
                                                       More than
                     hand(s) above the head, or
                                                       4 hours
                     the elbow(s) above the
                                                       total per
                     shouder(s) more than once
                                                       day
                     per minute


                     3. Working with the neck          More than
                     bent more than 45° (without       4 hours
                     support or the ability to vary    total per
                     posture)                          day


                     4. Working with the back          More than
                     bent forward more than 30°        4 hours
                     (without support or the ability   total per
                     to vary posture)                  day


                     5. Working with the back          More than
                     bent forward more than 45°        2 hours
                     (without support or the ability   total per
                     to vary posture)                  day

                                                       More than
                                                       4 hours
                     6. Squatting
                                                       total per
                                                       day


                                                       More than
                                                       4 hours
                     7. Kneeling
                                                       total per
                                                       day
                                                                    Hazard
                                                                    Exists
High Hand Force                                                              Comments/Observations
Pinching an unsupported object(s) weighing 2 lbs or more per hand, or pinching with a force of 4 lbs or more
per hand (comparable to pinching a half a ream of paper)
                     8.                                     +
                                                          More
                                       +                 than 3
                            Highly repetitive motion     hours
                                                       total per
                                                           day
                     9.                +
                                                            +
                                                          More
                                                         than 3
                                                         hours
                                                        total per
                                                           day


                     10.                                    +
                                                          More
                                                         than 4
                              No other risk factors
                                                         hours
                                                        total per
                                                           day
Gripping an unsupported object(s) weighing 10 lbs or more per hand, or gripping with a force of 10 lbs or more
per hand (comparable to clamping light duty automotive jumper cables onto a battery)
                    11.
                                                            +
                                                          More
                                      +                  than 3
                            Highly Repetitive motion     hours
                                                        total per
                                                           day

                     12.               +
                                                            +
                                                          More
                                                         than 3
                                                         hours
                                                        total per
                                                           day

                     13.
                                                            +
                                                          More
                                                         than 4
                              No other risk factors
                                                         hours
                                                        total per
                                                           day




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                                                                                              10504.0408D
                                                                           Hazard
                                                                           Exists   Comments/
Highly Repetitive Motion
                                                                                    Observations
Using the same motion with little or no variation every few seconds (excluding keying activities)

                    14.                   +

                                                                   +
                                                               More than
                                                                2 hours
                                                               total per
                                           +                      day
                           High, forceful exertions with the
                                       hand(s)
                    15.
                                                                   +
                                                               More than
                                No other risk factors           6 hours
                                                               total per
                                                                  day


Intensive keying
                    16.                   +
                                                                   +
                                                               More than
                                                                4 hours
                                                               total per
                                                                  day

                    17.
                                                                   +
                                                               More than
                                No other risk factors           7 hours
                                                               total per
                                                                  day

                                                                                    Comments/
Repeated Impact
                                                                                    Observations
                    18.
                                                                   +
                          Using the hand (heel/base of         More than
                          palm) as a hammer more than           2 hours
                          once per minute                      total per
                                                                  day

                    19.
                                                                   +
                          Using the knee as a hammer           More than
                          more than once per minute             2 hours
                                                               total per
                                                                  day




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Calculator for analyzing lifting operations


Company                                             Evaluator

Job                                                 Date



                                                    3    Circle the number that corresponds to
                           Weight Lifted                 the times the person lifts per minute and
1   Enter the weight of                                  the total number of hours per day spent
    the object lifted.               Lb.                 lifting.

                                                        Note: For lifting done less than once every five minutes,
2   Circle the number on a rectangle below              use 1.0
    that corresponds to the position of the             How many lifts             How many hours per day?
    person’s hands when they begin to lift              per minute?                 1 hr or less 1 hr to 2 hrs   2 hrs or more
    or lower the objects.                               1 lift every 2-5 min           1.0          0.95            0.85

                                                        1 lift every min              0.95           0.9            0.75
                                                        2-3 lifts every min            0.9          0.85            0.65
                                                        4-5 lifts every min           0.85           0.7            0.45
                                                        6-7 lifts every min           0.75           0.5            0.25
                                                        8-9 lifts every min            0.6          0.35            0.15
                                                        10+ lifts every min            0.3           0.2             0.0



                                                    4    Circle 0.85 if the person
                                                         twists 45 degrees or more                               0.85
                                                         while lifting.

                                                         Otherwise circle             1.0
                                                    5    Copy below the numbers you have
                                                         circled in steps 2, 3, and 4.
                                                                                                           Lifting Limit

                                                               lb.   X            X                  =
                                                         Step            Step            Step                           lb.
                                                           2               3               4

                                                    6    Is the Weight Lifted (1)                Yes – OK
                                                         less than the lifting                   No – HAZARD
                                                         Limit (5)?                              See back for
                                                                                                 solution ideas.


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                                                                                      10504.0408D

Calculator for analyzing lifting operations


7   SOLUTIONS PRINCIPLES
    To find the most appropriate solution for this job, look for the lowest number you used to
    do the calculations (2, 3, 4)

HANDS POSITION (2)                                 FREQUENCY (3)
    •   Reduce the horizontal distance from the       •   Increase weight of a load so it
        body                                              requires mechanical assist
    •   Remove barriers, obstacles                    •   Improve layout to minimize manual
    •   Reduce weight of load                             material handling
    •   Reduce capacity of the container              •   Use mobile storage racks
    •   Team lift the object with two or more
        workers
    •   Design workstation with the adjustable
        heights to eliminate trunk bent forward
    •   Provide handholds
    •   Store objects at 30 inches off the floor

DURATION (3)                                       TWISTING (4)
    •   Use mechanical assist such as                 •   Redesign workstation layout to
        overhead hoist, manipulator, vacuum               eliminate trunk twisting
        lift, pneumatic balancer, forklift            •   Locate lifting operations in front of
    •   Eliminate the use of deep shelves                 the body
    •   Job rotation to other jobs where no           •   Use slides, gravity, chutes to
        lifting is required                               eliminate lifting/twisting




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Calculator for Hand-Arm Vibration

   1.    Find the vibration value for the tool. (Get it from the manufacturer look it up                   Vibration
         at this website http://umetech.niwl.se/Vibration/action.lasso?-
                                                                                                                       m/s2
         database=HAVbase.fp3&-layout=Normal&-response=HAVSearch.html&-show
         On the graph below mark the point on the left side shown as Vibration value.


                                                                                                           Duration
   2.    Find out how many total hours per day the employee is using the tool and mark
         that point on the bottom of the chart below.                                                                  Hrs.




   3.    Trace a line into the graph from each of these two points until they cross.




4. Interpretation
         a. If that point lies in the crosshatched “Hazard” area above the upper curve, then the vibration
            hazard must be reduced below the hazard level or to the degree technologically and
            economically feasible.
         b. If the point lies between the two curves in the “Caution” area, then the job remains as a
            “Caution Zone Job.”
         c. If the point falls in the “OK” area below the bottom curve, then no further steps are required.


              Note: The caution limit curve (bottom) is based on an 8-hour energy-equivalent frequency- weighted acceleration
              value of 2.5 m/s2. The hazard limit curve (top) is based on an 8-hour energy-equivalent frequency- weighted
              acceleration value of 5 m/s2.




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                                                                                  10504.0408E

                                   JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program

                      Ergonomics Solution Record
Facility
Facility Contact Name
Phone #
E-Mail Address
Job/Position Where Hazard Exists

      Problem & Potential Solutions                 Solution Chosen & Implementation

Description of hazard Zone Activity              Provide Details of Solution Implemented
Including Duration & Frequency                   (include equipment purchases or modifications,
                                                 Part #’s, cost source of supply, etc..)




Describe All Possible Solutions                  Implementation Completion Date
That Were Considered




                                                 Did Solution Eliminate or Reduce Hazard
                                                 (Explain)




Attach “Before” Photos Here                      Attach “After” Photos Here
JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5


                                         Core Ergonomic Control Methods - Examples

               Hazard                                                     Ergonomic Control Methods
AWKWARD POSTURES
                                            •   Raise the worker up with elevated work platforms or ladders
                                            •   Make tools longer with articulating arms or extension handles
Working with hand(s) above the head         •   Bring the work down and tilt it on its side for better access
or the elbow(s) above the shoulder(s),      •   Provide adjustability where possible for multiple users
more than 4 hours total per day             •   Design reach distance for the shortest worker
                                            •   Provide arm supports
                                            •   Use sloping platforms with overhead conveyers to adjust for variable worker heights
                                            •   Limit overhead storage to infrequently used items
Repetitively raising the hand(s) above      •   Raise the worker up with elevated work platforms or ladders
the head or the elbow(s) above the          •   Make tools longer with articulating arms or extension handles
shoulder(s) more than once per              •   Bring the work down and tilt it on its side for better access
minute, more than 4 hours total per         •   Provide adjustability where possible for multiple users
day                                         •   Design reach distance for the shortest worker

                                            •   Raise and tilt objects being viewed to keep neck more upright
                                            •   Use magnifiers when working on objects with the hands in order to keep the arms and
Working with the neck bent more
                                                shoulders down
than 45°(without support or the
                                            •   Support the head with a chin/forehead cradle.
ability to vary posture), more than 4
                                            •   Use monitor arms or stackers to raise up monitors
hours total per day
                                            •   Use video or mirror systems to view objects or locations that are difficult to see
                                                (dental/medical/surgical tasks, fork trucks)




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5


                                          •   Raise and tilt the work to provide better access
Working with the back bent forward
                                          •   Use a sit/stand stool to lower the worker
(without support or the ability to vary
                                          •   Make tools longer with articulating arms or extension handles
posture) more than 30 degrees for
                                          •   Alternate between bending, sitting, kneeling and squatting
more than 4 hours per day, or more
                                          •   Use a chest pad to support the weight of the upper body
than 45° for more than 2 hours per
                                          •   Locate objects well within arms’ reach
day
                                          •   Use body carts for ground level work
                                          •   Raise the work to provide better access
                                          •   Make tools longer with articulating arms or extension handles
Squatting more than 4 hours               •   Alternate between bending, sitting, kneeling and squatting
total per day                             •   Use body carts for ground level work
                                          •   Use short portable stools for ground level work

                                          •   Wear knee pads
Kneeling more than 4 hours                •   Raise the work to provide better access
total per day                             •   Make tools longer with articulating arms or extension handles
                                          •   Alternate between bending, sitting, kneeling and squatting




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5




HIGH HAND FORCE
Pinching an unsupported object(s)
                                        •   Redesign hand-tool interface for use of a power grip
weighing 2 or more lbs. per hand or
                                        •   Reduce weight of tool or object
pinching with a force of 4 or more
                                        •   Use clamps or vices to eliminate forceful pressing or pinches
pounds per hand, combined with
                                        •   Use fasteners requiring minimal pinch force (e.g. plastic rather than metal)
highly repetitive motions for more
                                        •   Use fasteners that can be inserted by tool
than 3 hours total per day
Pinching an unsupported object(s)
weighing 2 or more lbs. per hand or
                                        •   Redesign hand-tool interface for use of a power grip
pinching with a force of 4 or more
                                        •   Reduce hand-object interface to reduce slipperiness
pounds per hand, combined with
                                        •   Reduce weight of tool or object
wrists bent in flexion 30o or more or
                                        •   Change tool, work surface orientation, or worker location to reduce bent wrist postures
in extension 45 o or more for more
than 3 hours total per day
                                        •   Redesign hand-tool interface for use of a power grip
Pinching an unsupported object(s)
                                        •   Reduce weight of tool or object
weighing 2 or more lbs. per hand or
                                        •   Rotate jobs between workers
pinching with a force of 4 or more
                                        •   Use clamps or vices to eliminate forceful pressing or pinches
pounds per hand for more than 4
                                        •   Use fasteners requiring minimal pinch force (e.g. plastic rather than metal)
hours total per day
                                        •   Use fasteners that can be inserted by tool
                                        •   Reduce weight of tool or object.
Gripping an unsupported object(s)
                                        •   Use balancers, adjustable fixtures, articulating arms to hold handled items or minimize
weighing 10 or more lbs. per hand or
                                            weight held in the hand
gripping with a force of 10 or more
                                        •   Use two hands rather than one
pounds per hand, combined with
                                        •   Alternate between hands
highly repetitive motions for more
                                        •   Sharpen cutting tools to reduce force requirements during use
than 3 hours total per day
                                        •   Rotate between tasks




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5



Gripping an unsupported object(s)
                                            •   Reduce weight of tool or object.
weighing 10 or more lbs. per hand or
                                            •   Change tool, work surface orientation, or worker location to reduce bent wrist postures
gripping with a force of 10 or more
                                            •   Use balancers, adjustable fixtures, articulating arms to hold handled items or minimize
pounds per hand, combined with
                                                weight held in the hand
wrists bent in flexion 30o or more or
                                            •   Use two hands rather than one
in extension 45 o or more or in ulnar
                                            •   Alternate between hands
deviation 30 o or more for more than
                                            •   Sharpen cutting tools to reduce force requirements during use
3 hours total per day

                                            •   Reduce weight of tool or object
                                            •   Rotate jobs between workers
Gripping an unsupported object(s)
                                            •   Use balancers, adjustable fixtures, articulating arms to hold handled items or minimize
weighing 10 or more lbs. per hand or
                                                weight held in the hand
gripping with a force of 10 or more
                                            •   Use two hands rather than one
pounds per hand, more than 4 hours
                                            •   Alternate between hands
total per day
                                            •   Sharpen cutting tools to reduce force requirements during use
                                            •   Preventive maintenance of tools to reduce high hand forces
                                            •   Use bench mounted adapters to provide more leverage




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5


HIGHLY REPETITIVE MOTIONS

                                            •   Rotate jobs with other workers, varying the types of motion
Using the same motion with little or        •   Use job enlargement, increase the number of tasks performed by the worker, varying the
no variation every few seconds                  types of movement
(excluding keying activities) more          •   Reduced the speed of the motions if possible
than 6 hours total per day                  •   Use mechanical assists
                                            •   Use multifunction tools
Using the same motion with little or
no variation every few seconds              •   Re-orient or move objects into positions where bent wrists are eliminated
(excluding keying activities)               •   Rotate jobs with other workers, varying the types of motion
combined with wrists bent in flexion        •   Use tools (with power grip) if exertions are required
30o or more or in extension 45 o or         •   Provide jig/vice to hold parts reducing forceful grasping and allowing the use of two
more or in ulnar deviation 30 o or              hands
more, and high, forceful exertions          •   Use mechanical assists
with the hand(s), more than 2 hours         •   Use multifunction tools
total per day
                                            •   Enlarge the job to include tasks other than keying
                                            •   Provide equipment to reduce awkward postures such as wrist rests, arm rests, adjustable
Intensive keying for more than 7                keyboard shelves
hours total per day, or combined with       •   Rearrange workstation to eliminate awkward postures e.g. raise monitor, lower keyboard,
awkward postures for more than 4                bring mouse closer to keyboard
hours total per day                         •   Utilize voice-recognition software
                                            •   Utilize software macros that automate repetitive keystrokes
                                            •   Schedule breaks




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5


REPEATED IMPACT
                                            •   Use rubber mallets, bean bags, or other padded tools to strike with instead of the palm
                                            •   Press objects into place using levers, or hydraulic or pneumatic tools
Using the hand (heel/base of palm) as       •   Redesign assembly processes to avoid the need to pound parts in by hand
a hammer more than once per minute          •   Use viscoeleastic padded palm pads to reduce impact
more than 2 hours total per day             •   Cover sharp or hard objects with pads
                                            •   Use different types of palm button guards such as light sensors for manual activation of
                                                equipment
                                            •   Use tools that don't require knee kicks, such as power stretchers for carpet laying, or long
Using the knee as a hammer more                 handled mallets.
than once per minute more than 2            •   Press objects into place using levers, or hydraulic or pneumatic tools.
hours total per day                         •   Relocate knee switches so that the thigh or the foot presses them.
                                            •   Redesign processes to avoid the need to pound parts in by knee




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5




HEAVY, FREQUENT or AWKWARD LIFTING
                                        •   Reduce weight of load
                                        •   Increase weight of load so that it requires mechanical assist
                                        •   Reduce the capacity of the container
                                        •   Use slides, gravity chutes to eliminate lifting
                                        •   Use mechanical assist such as overhead hoist, manipulator, vacuum lift, pneumatic
                                            balancer, forklift
                                        •   Use telescoping extendible conveyors with powered belts that reach deep into trailers
Heavy lifting
                                        •   Reduce the horizontal distance of the load away from the body by reducing the size of the
                                            packaging
                                        •   Reduce the horizontal distance of the load away from the body by removing barriers,
                                            obstacles that make access to the object difficult
                                        •   Team lift the object with two or more workers
                                        •   Improve layout of work process so the need to move materials is minimized
                                        •   Provide handholds which increase lifting capability up to 15%
                                        •   Use mechanical assist such as overhead hoist, manipulator, vacuum lift, pneumatic
                                            balancer, forklift
Frequent lifting
                                        •   Reorganize work method to eliminate repeated handling of the same object
                                        •   Rotate workers to jobs with light or no manual handling
                                        •   Use slides, gravity chutes to eliminate lifting
                                        •   Use mobile storage racks to avoid unnecessary loading and unloading

                                        •   Redesign workstation layout to eliminate trunk twisting by locating objects within arm’s
                                            reach
                                        •   Design workstation with adjustable heights to eliminate bent forward posture when lifting
Awkward lifting                         •   Eliminate the use of deep shelves that require a worker to bend and reach for objects.
                                        •   Store objects at 30” off the floor
                                        •   Provide sturdy walk-up ladder with handrails to access stored parts on high shelves/racks.
                                        •   Provide rigid containers to better control the load




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JELD-WEN Ergonomics Program, Attachment 5




HAND-ARM VIBRATION
                                            •   Select power tools with lower vibration emission levels
                                            •   Provide regular maintenance to eliminate vibrations caused by imbalanced mechanical
                                                parts e.g. grinding wheels
                                            •   Increased tool weight could reduce vibration transmitted to the hands, though cautions
                                                should be taken not to introduce other risk factors
                                            •   Using balancers, isolators, damping materials, articulating arms, vertical suspension, and
                                                counter weighting to reduce grip requirements and provide an alternative transmission
Segmental vibration                             route for vibrational energy
                                            •   Use battery operated rather than air powered tools where possible
                                            •   Isolate vibration between source and hand by providing handles with a well designed
                                                mass-spring system or anti-vibration gloves
                                            •   Tools should have a high power to weight ratio, have low torque with a cutoff rather than
                                                a slip-clutch mechanism and have handles with a non-slip surface to reduce the need to
                                                grip tightly.
                                            •   Reduce vibration exposure duration
Note: This table provides examples of how the core ergonomics principles can be used to reduce exposure to musculoskeletal hazards.




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3. Incident Investigation Form




                      JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
                                 Incident Investigation
Section I
Internal Incident Id #: ____________ Investigation date: 3-21-
Date of Incident: 3-20-             Date employer knew of Incident: 3-20

Date claim was reported in ClaimDesk: ____          OSHA Case No.: _____________
Company code-names: Jeld-Wen, XXXX Window Division
Company address: XXXXXXXX Rd.
                    XXXX,XX X7701
Incident investigator(s) (Name): Ted, Dave, Steve
                            Dept: Radius Sawyer dep.
Employee’s supervisor at time of incident: Ted
Did incident result in injury? Yes
Did incident result in property damage? No
What property was damaged and approx. cost of repair/replacement_________________
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Name of injured employee: Jim
Home address:
Gender: M
Date of birth: 11-24-XX
SSN: XXX_XX_XXXX
Date hired: 11-26-xx Employment category: Full Time
Employee’s occupation: Radius Sawyer
Total length of employment at time of incident: 17 years
Time in position at time of incident: 51/2 years
Duties at time of incident: Sawyer
Time of incident: 2:20 PM Length of time worked in shift: 7 hrs
Consecutive day’s worked: 2 Employee’s shift at time of incident: 6:45 to 3:15
Drug screen administered? Yes X No Date administered: 3-20-XX
Body part affected: Right thumb
Nature of injury: Laceration
Cause of injury: Incorrect cutting procedure
Name and address of treating facility: medical center

Name and address of treating physician: medical center

Department incident occurred in: 14A --- Radius sawyer area
Specific area in department: Table saw
Injured employee’s task and activity at time of incident: Ripping Stock
What Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) was injured employee utilizing at time of incident?
Safety glasses, Ear muffs
Was employee wearing required PPE for the task? Yes X
Was injured employee trained to complete the task? Yes X
Was injured employee directed to perform the task? Yes X
Name(s) of other person(s) involved in incident: Injured?    None
                                                Injured?   Yes   No
                                                Injured?   Yes   No
Name(s) of witness (es) to the incident: None
Section II
Where did the incident occur? X On Site     Off Site
Incident address: Rd.


Section III
Description of equipment/machinery/property involved in incident: Table Saw

Description of incident: (describe sequence of events, what happened before incident, time
of incident, results of incident)
Jim was feeding ½” x 5/8” material though the table saw without using a feather board.
Reached around blade to hold material and it kicked back into blade.
No guard was used.


Surface cause(s) of the incident. (Obvious causes of injury, i.e. unsafe act/condition, lack
Maintenance, equipment failure, location’s policies/procedures, training, decision- making,
and other factors)
Unsafe act, Poor judgment, Not following procedures.

Recommended corrective actions for Surface cause(s) (immediate and long-term corrections)
Procedure enforcement, Use guards, Feather boards, and Push sticks.

Root cause(s). (Lack of policies/procedures, lack of training, unendorsed rules,
Management indifference to policy, etc.) Employee failed to follow rules/ policy



Recommended corrective actions for Root cause(s) (immediate and long-term)
Post all operational procedures and enforce rules.

Was the incident the result of an Unsafe Act/Condition?
If Unsafe Act X – What corrective action was given?
Date Issued: 3-21-07 Verbal Warning   Written Warning X Termination

Section IV
Summary of investigation (Est. cost(s) of incident. costs and benefits of corrective actions)
No loss time injury
 I will post set up procedures at each table saw and have them installed on all table saws in
the facility.
Recommend each facility adopt procedure.

Attachments: (Photos, sketches, interview notes, etc.)
      Please attach all corresponding attachments to the final printout of the Incident
      Investigation Form and if attachments are in an electronic form, attach to the claim in
      ClaimDesk.
Table saw setup at the time of the incident




Table saw setup how it should have been.
Key People

   • Program Change Sponsors: Charlie Taylor & Paul Kaiser
   • Program Sponsors: Kelly Beegle & Rob Kaufman
   • Educators: Field Service Managers
   • IS Support: Woody Sine, Jim Judy and Scott Coe
   • Program Champion: Suzanna Fierstos
   • Module Development Support: Heidi Hesseldahl
   • Facilities: All US


Key People, Responsibilities & Deliverables

      Key People/Groups              Responsibilities                  Deliverables Received from JWHB
                                 •   Provide quarterly training
                                     at facility
                                                                  •   Quarterly 6-panel Information Pamphlet
                                 •   Assess program delivery
                                                                  •   Quarterly Posters
    Educators                        & compliance
                                                                  •   Quarterly Key Talking Points
                                 •   Provide resource support
                                                                  •   Quarterly Postcard Surveys -use TBD (2nd phase)
                                     & direction
                                                                  •   NOTE: All Items Received Electronically
                                 •   Help determine value
                                 •   Assist JWHB in storing
                                     archived items on
                                     ClaimDesk                    •   All Quarterly Materials (noted above in Educators)
    IS Support
                                 •   Run data reports to          •   NOTE: All Items Received Electronically
                                     identify trends related to
                                     current topic
                                 •   Provide quarterly training
                                     & support to Educators
                                                                  •   All Quarterly Materials (noted above in Educators)
                                 •   Help improve program
                                                                  •   NOTE: All Items Received Electronically
    Program Sponsors                 process
                                                                  •   Usage and Satisfaction Statistics method TBD
                                 •   Communicate value of
                                                                      (potentially compiled from Quarterly Surveys)
                                     safety habits at home to
                                     workplace
                                 •   Managers attend
                                     quarterly training
                                 •   Obtain, open, post &
                                                                  •   Display
                                     maintain inventories
    Facilities                                                    •   Quarterly 6-panel Information Pamphlets
                                 •   Train employees & direct
                                                                  •   Quarterly Posters
                                     to resources
                                 •   Provide feedback as
                                     requested
    Program Champion &           •   Develop quarterly
    Module Development               training & coordinate
    Support                          material delivery
                                 •   Develop project plan,
                                     program process &
                                     provide ongoing support
                                     as needed
                                 •   Communicate credible
                                     clear messages
                                 •   Analyze, document and
                                     measure results




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4. SHAPE Program




              JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
                                                            Project Plan

Program Name

JELD-WEN Corporate Safety Initiative

Project Title Name
SHAPE Safety Health And Productivity Education


Background
The JELD-WEN Corporate Safety Initiative included an at home and work safety training component geared toward impacting
behaviors outside the workplace, which has yet to be implemented. This enhancement to the initiative will provide such training along
with information, which echoes the company mission in various ways, notably the investment in our greatest resource – people.
Employees will receive training on topics identified as risks derived from the analysis of JELD-WEN data and leading industry sources.
Training will indirectly support cost savings and productivity strategies by creating awareness and identifying key risk behaviors outside
the workplace. Showing a safety connection that relates to home and work will help to reinforce safe habits and behaviors in the
workplace. Further, SHAPE will assist in our efforts to contain healthcare costs and prevent unintentional injuries and accidents
attributable to both employees and their family members. Specific program goals include promoting wellness and healthcare
consumerism, eliciting positive behavior change and improving health and safety. Communicating a message through education,
training and direction to resources in a timely, cost-effective and appropriate manner reinforces our commitment to the welfare of our
employees and their family members.


Scope
The following objectives have been identified for project completion:
    1.   Develop quarterly themed modules and key messages.
    2.   Develop and design quarterly promotional materials.
    3.   Identify resources, appropriate tools or incentives.
    4.   Provide Field Service Manager’s with schedule, process and accountability standards, program
         background, appropriate training and tools needed to train and educate managers.
    5.   Measure participation, access and utilization of resources provided, evaluate feedback and perceived value.
    6.   Define and implement continuous process improvements.
    7.   Archive training and track access to modules on Shasta Website and ClaimDesk.
    8.   Evaluate compliance and benchmark against data related to specific topic selection. Track trends and measure
         penetration based on behavior changes and cost savings associated with unintentional injuries, illnesses or
         fatalities.


Program Concept

The concept is that SHAPE will maintain the focus on safety to indirectly reduce costs of worker’s compensation and healthcare claims
over the next three to five years, while improving employee job satisfaction and retention. JELD-WEN’s ability to effectively deliver this
program in a timely, cost-effective and quality manner will be achieved through:
    •    A planned communication strategy that supports and integrates opportunities identified by Risk and healthcare claims data,
         Health Risk Assessment results and current employment trends.
    •    Effective and consistent delivery of coordinated key messages.
    •    Program assessments and facility compliance.
    •    Use of best practices and change management.




                                                                                                                                        1
Feasibility and Project Risk



  Key Risk              Risk                        Program Impact                                 Mitigation
 Component           Assessment
Leadership,          Varies from Low      Project requires support by:               Dedication to change management effort.
Support and Buy-       to High within
In                   groups as well as    VP of Risk, Director of Health Benefits,   Commitment to ongoing improvement.
                       by facility and    Field Service and Reliability Managers
                         individuals      and General Managers for successful
                                          program implementation and
                                          sustainability.

Staff Resources          Medium           Project success depends on:                Assess delivery compliance.

                                          1.   Field Services ability to
                                               provide/promote training; hold
                                               facility managers accountable for
                                               training; assess effectiveness of
                                               training; act as a program resource
                                               advocate; and ensure resource
                                               material inventory levels are
                                               maintained by facility.

                                          2.   Safety Coordinators ability to
                                               supply program materials to
                                               managers; support training efforts
                                               of facility and general manager;
                                               and ensure resource materials are
                                               current and maintained.

                                          3.   Group Managers ability to deliver
                                               training effectively to employees;
                                               and direct employees to resources.


Modules (below)            High           Length of program: 36 months of            Topic content development at least 2
                                          module development planned.                quarters in advance.



Assumptions
    1.   Field Service Managers will attend a program launch phone conference held in June of 2007.
    2.   The modules will be created two quarters in advance and archived on Shasta Website or ClaimDesk after delivery.
    3.   Field Services Managers, Safety Coordinators and Group Managers will perform identified functions and maintain the
         minimum standards required to ensure successful implementation and program sustainability.
    4.   Tracking of mode and compliance will be used to measure success.
    5.   JELD-WEN Health Benefits will manage the ongoing development of educational modules, and help facilitate training and
         access to other resource materials and tools upon request.
    6.   General Managers will have the ability to augment seven-minute training modules with other resources and increase
         frequency of message delivery, if desired.
    7.   Methods for measuring outcomes and reporting will be developed and continually improved.
    8.   The concept validation period will run through the end of June 2008.




                                                                                                                               2
Constraints

    1.   Concept validation will run through June 2008.
    2.   Annual budget is anticipated to be $XXX,000 for communications and, if requested to augment facility program, appropriate
         incentives and/or tools.
    3.   Late implementation of assessment methods and future reporting tool enhancements to support concept validation for the
         program may constrain the amount of quantitative data needed to fully support the program and its value.
    4.   Changes to topics without at least one quarter advance notice will delay development and constrain the ability of Field Service
         Managers to deliver training in a timely manner.


Program Implementation

The Company-wide Program implementation will begin in July 2007. Topics will be developed for presentation according to need and
timeliness of message. The following topics are proposed for the modules with the first two quarterly topics confirmed and under
development:



                              Timeframe                                                   Modules


             rd
         3 Qtr, 2007 Summer                                    Water & sun safety
             th
         4 Qtr, 2007 Fall                                      Alcohol safety and awareness (how to facilitate treatment)
             st
         1 Qtr, 2008 Winter                                    Managing stress at home and work
             nd
         2        Qtr, 2008                                    Driving Safety

         TBD Spring or Summer                                  Safe recreation (avoiding sprains and strains)

         TBD                                                   Safe-guarding medications and poisons

                                                               Proper preparation for emergencies (escape routes, fire
         TBD
                                                               safety, removal of hazards, etc.)

         TBD                                                   What is an Employee Assistance Program?

                                                               The Internet (resources available tied to safety; i.e.
         TBD                                                   www.shastatpa.com, www.fightcancer.org,
                                                               www.lifeworks.com etc.

         TBD Fall                                              Managing stress during the holidays

         TBD Summer                                            Food safety & nutrition

                                                               How to deal with major life events (marriage, divorce,
         TBD
                                                               newborns, death, teenagers, etc.)

         TBD                                                   Preparing for success (planning techniques)

         TBD                                                   Healthy choices and behaviors

         TBD                                                   How to cope with change

         TBD                                                   Disaster planning




                                                                                                                                      3
SHAPE
Program Evaluation               Topic:
                                           Strongly	                      Strongly	
Please rate the following statements:        Agree     Agree   Disagree   Disagree
1.	 The	printed	information	was	helpful.

2.	 I	learned	something	new.

3.	 I	have	shared	this	information		
	   with	my	family	and/or	friends.

4.	 I	received	specific	directions	to		
	   additional	resources	and	printed		
	   materials.

5.	 The	information	was	presented	by	
	   my	group	manager.
Additional Comments:                                           FSM Use Only:

                                                          FSM	Initials

                                                          Co.	Number	
TOPIC: Water & Sun Safety
RECOMMENDED TOPIC DISCUSSION POINTS                                  KEY MESSAGES & TALKING TIPS

Topic Introduction                                            Key Message: “Safety around any source of
   •   Discuss how the topic might impact safety at work      water”
       then show the connection outside of work. Resort
       groups do have pools onsite, but most accidents        Talking Tip:
       related to drowning occur in the home.                 What could we do to keep ourselves and our families safe
                                                              from drowning?
                                                              Key Message: “You can help prevent
Main Topic Overview                                           accidental drowning”
   •   Read water-related accidents statistics in brochure.   Children under nine are more likely to drown in an .
   •   Ask for solutions for how to be safe around the
       water…learn how to swim, designate a boat
       operator, don’t swim alone or while intoxicated.       Talking Tips:
   •   Tell a personal story about a drowning incident        Alcohol involved in 60% of all fatal boating accidents.
   •   Ask if anyone has been affected by an accident         How can we avoid accidents, injuries or death related to
       involving water or boating. Was alcohol involved?      alcohol use around the water or while operating a boat?
   •   Swimming, pool, river & canal safety tips
   •   Bucket drowning                                        Share a related story – make it personal, or use a local
   •   Water hazards in-home                                  example from media (current events).
   •   Sun protection

Provider Services & Resources
Direct them to appropriate resources (i.e. contact
information, location of such information)                    Key Message: “Learn before you go.”
Red Cross
    • Learn Basic First Aid, water safety & CPR
    • Learn to swim                                           Talking Tip:
US Coast Guard                                                Additional Resources Available –
    • Boating Regulations                                        • Red Cross: www.redcross.org
    • Water rescue                                               • US Coast Guard: www.uscgboating.org
    • Life jackets                                               • American Cancer Society: www.cancer.org
American Cancer Society
    • Information and resources about sun protection

How this Topic Affects JELD-WEN and the EE                    Key Message: “Safety & Health”
   •   Safety in the resort swim areas
   •   Prevent loss of life for JELD-WEN employees and        Talking Tip:
       family members                                         Mission Statement
   •   JELD-WEN is committed to safety.                          • “We believe our people are our most important
   •   Share story of how unsafe acts around water                   ingredient in our ability to succeed and achieve
       affected facility in or outside the workplace (if             excellence.”
       applicable).
                                                                               Water saFety tips                                                Bucket droWning
                                                                  Drowning can happen very fast, without any warning or           Five-gallon buckets are often used for cleaning in homes
                                                                  sound of distress. Being safe and aware around all water        and businesses. But did you know that these buckets are
                                                                  sources can help prevent drowning. Learning and using           a drowning hazard for children under the age of five?
                                                 volume 01        some basic water safety tips can be helpful in keeping you
                                                                  and your family safe.                                           Children are small and top heavy; they often fall
                                               summer 2007                                                                        headfirst into these buckets and cannot escape because
                                                                  Swimming Safety                                                 the straight-sided, 14-inch-high buckets are half their
                                                                     • Learn how to swim                                          height and very stable.
                                                                      •   ALWAYS swim with a buddy, even adults need a
                                                                          swim buddy
                                                                      •   Adults (not older children) must supervise               For more information and resources about how to stay
                                                                          younger children                                              safe in and around your home, please visit
Water & Sun Safety                                                    •
                                                                      •
                                                                          Swim only in designated areas
                                                                          Wear a life jacket if you can’t swim or are learning
                                                                                                                                               www.homesafetycouncil.org.

Drowning incidents                                                    •   Air mattresses & inner tubes do not substitute for
involving any source of                                                   life jackets
standing or moving
water are the fifth
                                                                      •   NEVER dive or jump into dark or unknown waters                 avoiding potential Water
leading cause of                                                      •   Obey all “No Swimming” & other warning signs
unintentional injury and                                              •   NEVER swim in a canal or ditch
                                                                                                                                           hazards in the home
related death. While
people drown in public and                                            •   Take First Aid & CPR classes                                                       A child can drown in the time
private swimming pools                                                                                                                                       it takes to answer a telephone.
and spas, buckets,                                                Pool Safety                                                                                If your child is near or in any
bathtubs and toilets also                                            • Practice tips from Swimming Safety (above)                                            type of water, never leave
pose a threat to toddlers                                             •   Follow all posted pool rules                                                       them alone. Do not leave your
and infants in and outside                                                                                                                                   child to answer the phone,
the home.                                                             •   Use only plastic drink ware in the pool area                                       door or for any other reason.
                                                                      •   Stay awake & sober if monitoring children                                          If you must leave, take the
                                                                                                                                                             baby or child with you.
         Just          the         Facts...                           •   Never prop gates open or disable latches
                                                                      •   Keep pool decks clear to prevent slips, trips & falls         •    ALWAYS keep children within your reach

 2.0 Inches of water that can drown a small child.                    •   Keep pools and pool decks well-lit at night                   •    ALWAYS supervise young children’s bath times
                                                                                                                                        •    NEVER allow an older sibling to supervise
 6,000 Number of U.S. boating accidents                           Canal & River Safety
                                                                     • Avoid Canals: currents & undertows hide below
                                                                                                                                             younger children or infants
 which result in more than 1,000 deaths per year.                                                                                       •    A bath seat is not a safety device & cannot
                                                                         the surface
                                                                                                                                             substitute for adult supervision
                                                                      •   Avoid Hidden Dangers: waterfalls, rapids &
                                                                                                                                        •    NEVER leave water in a bathtub unattended
                                                                          whitewater
                                                                                                                                        •    Keep bathroom doors closed & use locking
                                                                      •   Notice & Avoid Obstacles: fallen trees, broken
                                                                                                                                             door knob covers
                                                                          tree limbs & debris
                                                                                                                                        •    Keep toilet seats closed & use lid locks
                                                                      •   Use Caution in Cold Rivers & Streams: cold
                                                                          water can cause hypothermia                                   •    Empty buckets right after use & store upside
                                                                                                                                             down, away from children
   A Quarterly Publication by Health Benefits & Risk Management
                sun protection                                              WatercraFt saFety                                                 Water rescue
                                                               Each year in the US there are about 6,000 boating             When someone is in distress in the water you have to be
UV Education
                                                               accidents resulting in over 1,000 deaths and several          prepared to act safely and quickly. You should always try
UVB Rays: Often called the sun’s burning rays, UVB rays        thousand injuries. Most of these accidents occur on small     to Reach, Throw or Row Before You Go to help someone
are more intense during summer months, at high altitudes       inland bodies of water in good weather usually due to a       in the water. Even if you are a trained water rescuer,
and close to the equator. These rays are most commonly         boat capsizing or person falling overboard.                   going in the water puts you at risk for drowning too.
associated with sunburn and skin cancer. They do not
                                                               Learning more about safe boating practices can make your
promote premature aging and wrinkling.
                                                               next recreational outing fun, safe and accident-free.
UVA Rays:                                                                                                                    •   REACH: Hold on to dock or boat & reach your hand,
Maintaining a                                                                                                                    oar, fishing pole, or other item to person in water
relatively constant                                                •   Know your boat & its purpose                          •   THROW: If you can’t reach, throw things that float
strength throughout the                                            •   Use your boat correctly                                   to person in water
year, UVA rays penetrate
                                                                   •   Get boating license & attend boating safety classes   •   ROW: If you’re in a boat, move closer to person or
the skin deeper. UVA rays
                                                                                                                                 call on a nearby boat to help
are more likely to                                                 •   ALWAYS wear life jackets on a boat
contribute to premature                                                                                                      •   Don’t use a boat’s motor near a person in the water;
                                                                   •   Only an adult should operate a boat
aging, wrinkling, adverse                                                                                                        the propeller could injure or kill them
skin reactions (notably                                            •   NEVER ride with a boat operator who has been
                                   Tips for Tots                       drinking alcohol
                                                                                                                             •   BEFORE YOU GO: Call for help & don’t go in the
with photosensitive                                                                                                              water unless you are trained
                            •   Use sunscreen on children
drugs) and certain skin                                            •   Ride Personal Water Crafts with experienced adults
                                as young as 6 months
cancers.
                                (as directed by a physician)       •   Don’t stand up in a small boat                        You can prepare for water emergencies in advance by
                            •   Keep infants younger than          •   Don’t sit on gunwale or bow of a moving boat          learning first aid for drowning and hypothermia. You can
                                6 months out of direct sun                                                                   practice a rescue to prepare for an actual emergency, but
                                                                   •   Know your state’s boating laws                        you should never pretend to be in trouble in the water for
                            •   Limit children’s sun
                                                                   •   Return to shore or dock if stormy conditions arise    any other reason.
                                exposure during peak
                                intensity hours                    •   Don’t boat or paddle near, above or below a dam
                                (10 am - 3 pm)                                                                               Water Safety Instruction, First Aid and CPR are taught by
                                                                   •   Don’t pass buoys, signs, ropes or lights that warn    many providers, including the American Red Cross. To
                            •   Apply high-SPF (15 or                  of a dam or other danger                              learn more call (800) REDCROSS (733-2767) or visit
                                higher) sunscreen BEFORE                                                                     www.redcross.org.
                                any outdoor activity
                            •   Reapply sunscreen often



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   need more reSourCeS?
    JELD-WEN Health Benefits
           (800) 441-4518
         Monday - Friday                                                                                                                    Reach, Throw, Row...
                                                                 The U.S. Coast Guard is a valuable resource for
  6:00 am - 5:30 pm (Pacific Time)                               regulations regarding boating, life jackets and water                        BEFORE YOU GO!
                                                                 safety. Please visit www.uscgboating.org to learn more.
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5. JELD-WE N Newsletter Perspectives




                         JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
JELD-WEN Perspectives Winter 2004




            a JELD-WEN newsletter                                                                                                                                                   Issue Fifteen • Winter 2004


            Letter from the President
                                                n this issue of Perspectives, you are going to read quite a lot about the
                                                subject of SAFETY.
                               You might think Safety is an                                                   Safety award programs, we find that too many                  Everyone needs to pay attention while doing their
                         obvious focus for a manufacturing                                                    injuries still happen. And we want each of you to take     job to avoid unsafe practices or conditions. If you
            company, but the reality is, we all have to work at it                                            responsibility for doing your part to make this            see any unsafe condition or unsafe behavior, it
            to make it a priority. In 2004 JELD-WEN is delib-                                                 dramatic improvement of a 75% reduction.                   should be corrected, or reported so it can be
            erately promoting Safety and striving to maintain an                                                 Many of you may remember about 15 years ago             corrected. If improved training is needed, let us
            injury-free workplace for every one of our                                                        there was a big push by most major manufacturing           hear from you. We want everyone to be able to say, “I
            employees, worldwide.                                                                             companies to improve the quality of their products.        have had appropriate Safety training for my job!”
               For 2004, we have challenged ourselves to reduce                                               At the time, the number of defects per unit of                Throughout the year, we will monitor our
            the number of workplace injuries by 75%! While this                                               output was considered “okay” at around 50 to 60            progress toward our goal of reducing injuries by
            may sound aggressive, we think the time is past due                                               defects per 1,000 units. When first the Japanese           75% in 2004. We will let you all know how we are
            for all our employees to get aggressive about elimi-                                              companies, followed then by others in the U.S. and         doing. If we do not see strong results being achieved,
            nating all injuries incurred on the job. We no longer                                             around the world, decided to get serious about             of course we will have to see what other measures
            want to tolerate any of our employees getting hurt.                                               quality, they set their standards much more aggres-        besides education, training, correction and encour-
            We aren’t solely interested in eliminating those                                                  sively — to fewer than 5 defects per 1,000,000 units.      agement need to be put in place.
            injuries that cause employees to miss work, we also                                               By seriously focusing on the solution, they were able         We are serious about wanting every employee and
            want to eliminate minor injuries such as cuts, splin-                                             to achieve this goal and today the goal is “zero”          each of our workplaces to be Safe. But we need you
            ters and sprains.                                                                                 defects. We want to do the same thing, make a              to be serious about helping us achieve this goal. If we
               While we at JELD-WEN have always tried to                                                      “quantum” improvement with Safety that has been            are successful, everyone benefits!
            promote a safe workplace using Safety training and                                                accomplished with quality.




                                                                                                                     JELD-WEN, inc. Acquires Windowmaster
                            1                          Letter from the President
                                                        JELD-WEN, inc. Acquires
                                                        Windowmaster Products
                                                                                                                           Products in January 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                    JELD-WEN,       inc.   recently   acquired
                                        QUALITY       AND    CUSTOMER SERVICE:


                                           2                  JELD-WEN Customer                                                                                                   Windowmaster Products of El Cajon,

                   c                                         Service Center-Doors
                                                            Customer Satisfaction
                                                                                                                                                                                  California. Windowmaster was a privately
                                                                                                                                                                                  held company manufacturing vinyl and

                   o                                                 Guaranteed
                                                JELD-WEN Architectural Group
                                                                                                                                                                                  aluminum windows. Its products are sold by
                                                                                                                                                                                  more than 500 dealers in Southern

                   n               3
                                                                                                                                                                                 California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, and
                                                           S A F E T Y A N D H E A LT H :                                                                                        Mexico, and are sold through The Home
                                                               JELD-WEN Millwork
                   t                                       Manufacturing Thomas
                                               Eagle Crest Earns SHARP Award
                                                                                                                                                                                 Depot special order program. Windowmaster
                                                                                                                                                                                 Products will continue to label its products

                   e                JELD-WEN Millwork Masters - Rockford
                                                                                                                                                                                 under its own existing brand.
                                                                                                                                                                   “Windowmaster Products is known for excellent service and
                                                                                                                                                      high quality windows and patio doors,” stated Barry Homrighaus,
                   n                                                    H E A LT H :

                                         4                 2004 Plan Year Update                                                                      JELD-WEN window group president. JELD-WEN leadership anticipates
                                                                                                                                                      Windowmaster’s three vinyl window lines and two aluminum lines will
                   t                                                T E C H N O LO GY:
                                                             Carriage House Series                                                                    effectively complement JELD-WEN’s promise of product and service reli-
                                                                    Auralast Wood                                               ability. Windowmaster Products was honored as The Home Depot’s “Partner of the Year” in 1996
                   s                        American Building Product Award                               and in 1999, the final year of the award.
                                                                                                             It is expected that the employee count, employee responsibilities, and organizational structure will remain as is.
                                                               I N T E R N AT I O N A L :
                                                                                                          Windowmaster executive vice president Ron Walker will continue to lead the company. “We are extremely pleased to
                                                        JELD-WEN Frances-Portes
                                                                                                          join the JELD-WEN family where we can continue our 65-year tradition of exceptional product quality and service to
                                                                                                          our customers,” stated Walker. “We look forward to many new opportunities.”
             *Some information may vary by location and country. Contact your local GM for information.
JELD-WEN Perspectives Winter 2004

                                                                                                                                               JELD-WEN Customer Service Center – Doors
                                                                                                                                                   Expansive Vision in New Beginnings
                                                                                              The new JELD-WEN Customer Service Center for the Door Group officially
                                                                                        began answering calls on January 3, 2004 and places JELD-WEN on the industry’s
                                                                                        cutting edge as the first company to have a national service center. The center’s
                                                                                        purpose and function goes hand in hand with the company’s branding initiative by
                                                                                        providing reliability in JELD-WEN’s customer service.
                                                                                              The service center is designed to be the service distribution channel for all door
                                                                                        related JELD-WEN customer calls. Currently taking door orders and handling

                 Customer                                                               customer service for both JELD-WEN Exterior and Interior Doors of Oregon, the
                                                                                        service center will eventually handle orders by all distribution level customers for
                                                                                        all sixteen JELD-WEN door production facilities. This monumental structuring

                Satisfaction                                                            includes placing and tracking the order entries, and scheduling and tracking the
                                                                                        truck deliveries handled by the production facilities, along with consumer level
                                                                                        customer service inquiries on door products from homeowners, builders,

                Guaranteed                                                              dealers, and inquiring distributors.
                                                                                              The idea for the Door Group’s Customer Service Center was formed by the
                                                                                        vision of Dan Malicki, JELD-WEN Door Group President, and Eric Spence,
                 When the name “JELD-WEN Warranty Department” is                        vice president of JELD-WEN - Domestic Sales. Malicki and Spence approached
             mentioned, you might assume this group deals only with                     Josh Huffman, a product manager under Jim Hackett, vice president of                                     The New JEL
                                                                                                                                                                                                              D-WEN Custo
             their title: warranties. But there is a whole lot more that goes                                                                                                                    From Top to                 mer Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bottom (left                Center – Do
                                                                                        JELD-WEN Marketing – Door Group, with the project of putting together the                               Customer Ser               to right per row            ors Staff
             on behind the scenes.                                                                                                                                                              Helene Mussu
                                                                                                                                                                                                              vice Manager;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tim Clark, Sha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ): Josh Huffm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          an,
                 In addition to managing the warranty update process                    service center in August 2003. Huffman accepted the challenge and began                                 Nechelle Swa
                                                                                                                                                                                                              to, Jodean Co
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            gdill, Donn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            rron Doughert
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            y,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            gert, Sandra                 a Sweat, Lyn
             for both windows and doors, the Warranty group                                                                                                                                    Not Pictured              Hanan, Ed Vn                lee Dugan,
                                                                                              transitioning into his position as the new Customer Service Manager –                                          - Tad Maupi                 enchak, Paula
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wilson
             writes system specifications, service or “how to”                                                                                                                                                           n
             documents, care and maintenance documents,                                                                                     Doors last fall. The customer service
             and installation instructions. Warranty also puts                                                                                 center will make it “easier to be a JELD-WEN customer,” says Huffman.
             in place tools and best practices for use by
             window division service personnel.                                                                                                “We can’t be happy with customer satisfaction, we have to be constantly striving for
                 This group also processes window division                                                                                    customer loyalty. We want to create customers that walk and talk JELD-WEN and this is
             service issues that reach JELD-WEN’s corpo-                                                                                      a step in the right direction.”
             rate offices by phone or through an email
             function on www.JELD-WEN.com. They deal                                                                                                  Huffman is also heading up the phenomenal task of creating an electronic pricing
             with about 400 incoming calls per month and                                                                                     catalog (EPC) for in-house distribution. This EPC will eventually be used by distributors
             have attended to about 1,000 emails in a six-                                                                                  as a tool for price quotes. The challenge for Huffman is in restructuring the various
             month period. Calls and emails come in
             from many different types of people such                                                                                       formats, currently used within each of the door groups for pricing and specs, into one
             as homeowners, builders, remodelers                                                                                            standard format. Bren Raffelly, coordinating business system manager of JELD-WEN
             and dealers. This department is
             prepared to work with our operations                                                                                             I.S. – Door Group, and his I.S. team are
             and facilitate solutions for window                                                                                                working closely together with


                                                                                                                                                                                                      “
             repair service, replacement parts,
                                                             Richard Scott and Lisa Bergeron




                                                                                                                                                 Huffman to create this standard-
             installation instructions and dozens of                                                                                                                                            We can’t be happy with customer
             other challenges.                                                                                                                   ized pricing project on the Titan
                 Warranty strives for something                                                                                                   system and have been very helpful
                                                                                                                                                                                             satisfaction, we have to be constantly
             called “the wow factor.” One example                                                                                                 in the process.                                   striving for customer loyalty.
             of “wow” service is when a homeowner
             calls because a window is not                                                                                                            Huffman says the immediate            We want to create customers that walk
             performing as expected, but he isn’t                                                                                                 goals of the service center staff           and talk JELD-WEN and this is a step

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ”
             sure where his window was made. So the
             customer has no idea who to contact.
                                                                                                                                                   are to “get very good at under-                        in the right direction.
             Warranty staff are trained to request a                                                                                               standing the needs of the customer
             code from the spacer or permanent                                                                                                    and to simply get the program up and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              — Josh Huffman
                                                                                                                                    ond on ,




             label and if it is not immediately apparent this is
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             a JELD-WEN product, will do the research for the
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             customer. If the product is in fact from                                                                                           “operating nationwide by year end.” Huffman
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             JELD-WEN, the Warranty Group connects the                                                                                         says “all success up to this point is due to the support we have received from all levels and
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             customer with the appropriate window plant
             service representative so the issue can be fully                                                                                 the fact we have assembled a very motivated and competent team.”
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                                                                                                                                                 people at the plant level and in other areas,” Huffman mentioned. “Without that
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                                                                                                                                                 unconditional support, none of this would be possible.”
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             validate this is its product and the contact
             information is valid. Then the service repp-                                                                                             The door customer service staff underwent weeks of extensive training at several
             resentative contacts the customer with the
                                                                                                                                                  JELD-WEN door-manufacturing plants across the United States in preparation for
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             results of the research. This greatly mini-
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             mizes the number of phone calls and ques-                                                                                           the opening of the call center. The knowledgeable and experienced staff at the
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             tions the homeowner has to deal with and                                                                                          customer service center are:
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             makes the customer feel like JELD-WEN is
             organized and responsive, even regarding                                                                                             Sandra Hanan, started in Marketing – Door Group in July 1998, then moved to Marketing Support;
             product not produced by JELD-WEN.                                                                                                             Lynlee Dugan, began in Sales in February 2000, then Corporate Development;
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                 According to Johanna Scholer, Warranty                                                                                          Nechelle Swagert, from Exterior Doors - Chiloquin; Sharron Dougherty, started in Marketing;
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             Manager, our company’s written warranty
             outlines the minimum requirement of what                                                              Simon Morin
                                                                                                                                 ,                         Donna Sweat, started in October 2003; Tim Clark, started in October 2003
                                                                                                       Pat Small , rick Bé gin ,
             JELD-WEN is legally required to do. Fulfilling                             left to right;       s, Pat                                   As the expanding needs of the service center are already in the planning stage,
                                                                            Back Row pagne, Mario Poitra
             the promise of world-class customer service                     Guy Cham aire
             often involves going beyond this minimum.                       Denis St-Hil                                   additional staff has recently been brought in as of February 2004. The newest staff members are:
             Sometimes disappointed customers can end up being                                 Ed Vnenchak, Helene Mussuto, Jodean Logdill, Paula Wilson.
             great fans of the company if their problems are handled                          Tad Maupin has also accepted the position of Office Manager within the new department. Tad was previously working as the
             quickly, thoroughly, and courteously. So the JELD-WEN
             Warranty Department always strives to go above and                         Office Manager at the Exterior Door Plant in Chiloquin, OR.
             beyond, in an attempt to “wow” each and every customer.
                 “We live with the results from decisions made and it is a                                                                     JELD-WEN Customer Service Center – Doors: 1 - 8 7 7 - 5 3 5 - 3 4 6 2
             representation of JELD-WEN,” said Johanna. “We should
             not only meet our customer’s expectations for reliability,
             but we should exceed them. It is in every single one of us as
             employees to be credible and reliable in the eyes of our
             customers.”
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               Or fax us at 541-850-2640, attention: Perspectives.
JELD-WEN Perspectives Winter 2004

                     JELD-WEN Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas
                 Company’s First Sawmill Recognized for Safety Record
                   The first mill purchased by JELD-WEN
              from Clay Thomas in 1972, (see related
              article on mill history), is the first of three
              sawmills in the State of Oregon to be certi-
              fied by the Occupational Safety and Health
              Administration (OSHA).                      The mill
              received its Safety and Health Achievement
              Recognition Program (SHARP) Award on
              November 6, 2003.
                   Jerry Johnson, general manager of
              JELD-WEN Millwork Manufacturing –
              Thomas in Klamath Falls, OR sees the
                                                                                                                                                                            Eagle Crest is proud
              SHARP program as a continuance of the
              safety record at the mill. Many of the 43
              employees have worked at the mill a long
                                                                                                                                                                            to be the first resort
                                                                                          JELD-WEN Millwork
              time and have run the operation safely over the
              years. Johnson gives credit in the certification
                                                                                      Manufacturing – Thomas at
                                                                                      OSHA/SHARP certification                                                               in Oregon to earn the
              and management of safety at the mill to the                                    award ceremony
              efforts of his employees.
                   “Safety is important to all the employees at the mill,” says Dave Swingle, the                                                                              SHARP Award for
              enthusiastic sawmill manager who took up the task of safety manager and led the reorganization of
              the safety committee through the certification process. Swingle said he was introduced to the SHARP program at a Moulding
              Millwork Manufacturing Safety & Quality Facilitators conference. Swingle liked what he heard about the program from Eric
                                                                                                                                                                                employee safety.
              Wennerth, division risk manager of JELD-WEN Risk Management in Bend, OR, and from Barry Thompson, the Quality,
              Safety and Health facilitator of JELD-WEN Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls, who shared with Swingle about the safety                                      “Receiving the OSHA classification of SHARP
              program experiences at the Klamath Falls plant.
                   Swingle felt the safety program was already in place at the mill, so he presented the idea to the crew and they backed him on                          shows that the employees at Eagle Crest take safety
              starting the SHARP program in October 2002. One important step Swingle took in implementing the program was to ask the                                      and their safety programs very seriously,” says Jim
              mill’s employees to write a job analysis, describing their job and hazards associated with their job. Swingle then reviewed each                            Findley, guest service manager. “We at Eagle Crest
              analysis with a focus on improving job safety for the individual employee and the group involved.
                   The corrections OSHA listed at the sawmill’s initial inspection were relatively few. In fact, some of the corrections were dealt                       have made steady improvements in regards to
              with during the inspection and removed from the list. The SHARP program brought in several procedure changes, including                                     worker’s comp claims and to time-loss injuries, which
              more documentation and follow-up reports. Swingle sees the good in the partnership with OSHA. “It pushes us to go beyond                                    can be attributed to the safety program we have insti-
              ‘we’re good enough at safety’ to improve every year,” Swingle said. “It helps to have outside help looking at safety issues.” A
              noteworthy improvement is how the program “brought the young and old employees together and reinforced their responsi-                                      tuted and the safety behavior of all our employees.”
              bility to speak up on safety concerns and issues.”
                   Jon Hawthorne, a group manager who has worked ten years for JELD-WEN, has taken over the position as the Quality,
              Safety and Health facilitator at the mill. Hawthorne emphasized that employee involvement is the key to safety. Hawthorne’s
                                                                                                               view is that “it’s your program and your respon-
                                                                                                               sibility,” and encourages volunteering on the
                                                                               JELD-  WEN                       mill’s safety committee, as the way for employees
                                                            Bay Lumber, now
                                       rch 1923 of Pelican
                       Photo taken Ma
                                      K B AC K
                                                                                                                to work with management on decisions for

                       TA K E A L O O
                                                                                                                solving safety issues at the plant.
                                                                                           nson                        Wennerth recommends all JELD-WEN
                                                                         d by H.D. Morte
                                              ber Com   pany (PBL) starte                                        facilities invite OSHA for a consultation tour.
                1910 ➞        Pelican Bay Lum
                                               and rebuilt                        JELD-WEN)                      “I see no negatives,” said Wennerth, who views
                              PBL mill burned                     n Bay Building,
         1914 & 1918 ➞                           (Now the Pelica                     C)
                 1921 ➞        Box factory built d Thomas Lumber Company (TL sed PBL                              the challenge of continued improvement
                                                rte                                   cha
                 1941 ➞        Clay Thomas sta s-Collier) of Dubuque, Iowa pur                                    toward the level of excellence in everyday
                               Caradc o (Carr-Adam                   Caradc o                           chase,
             1948/49 ➞                              mill adjacent to                  d with auction pur           safety procedures as a rewarding benefit for
                  1955 ➞        TLC purchased saw d at auction, JELD-WEN starte rations                            all.
                              Car  adco property sol            ed to      company ope
                 1960 ➞                         ner mill and add                 Collum mill
                                                                                                                                                                       The Front Row:
                              TLC purchased pla , resumed operations at old Mc
                                                                                                                                                                                        Eric Wennerth, Del
                                                                                                                                                                      Holliday, Mark Hu                       Treon, Robin Mo
                              TLC sawmill bur
                                              ned                        to JELD-WEN                                                                                                       rliman (OSHA VPP                      rehouse, Stacy
                 1961 ➞                       n of new  sawmill adjacent                                                                                              Jim Findley, Wal
                                                                                                                                                                                       ly Major, Alley Gat       /SHARP Program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Manager),
                               TLC constructio                   ber Company                                                                                          Matt Dailey, Eric                    an, Judy Ferrari,
              1964-66 ➞                         sed Thomas Lum                                                                                                                          a Waldbillig Second                   Pam Findley,
                 1972 ➞        JELD-WEN purcha                                                                                                                       Bill Rinehart, Patt
                                                                                                                                                                                         y Craig, Jerry And
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Row: Corey Sten
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               gal (OSHA),
                                                                                                                                                                     Steve Cartmill (Re                      res (CEO), Patricia
                                                                                                                                                                                         sort Manager), Mik                       Mathews,
                                                                                                                                                                     Page, Charlie Car                        e Findley, Nancy
                                                                                                                                                                                        ter, Ron Wilson,                        Carter, Dan
                                                                                                                                                                    Collins, Alicia McM                   Pat Sanseri, Son
                                                                                                                                                                                          illan, Rick Pare’,               ja Manning, Bill
                                                                                                                                                                    (OSHA)                                   Tom Brakefield,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kevin Killroy


                                                                                                                                                                              Eric Wennerth from JELD-WEN
                                                                                                                                                                          suggested to Steve Cartmill, the resort
                                                                                                                                                                          manager, and Jim Findley, that they contact
                                                                                                                                                                          OSHA about joining the SHARP program.
                                                                                                                                                                          “This safety program started for us by
                                                                                                                                                                          contacting the OSHA Consultative Service,
                                                                                                                                                                          who set up a time to tell us about the
                                                                                                                                                                          program,” Findley states. “The fun times
                                                                                                                                                                          were ahead. We had several self-inspections
                                                                                                                                                                          before the OSHA inspectors came to the
                                                                                                                       illwork
                                                                                                         JELD-WEN M              g                                        resort for their inspection that took two
                                                                                                                   kford receivin
                                                                                                      Masters – Roc
                                                                                                                                                                          days. OSHA followed up by sending an
                                                                                                                    ication award,                                        ergonomics-trained person to check our
                                                                                                       SHARP certif
                                                                                                             December 2003
                                                                                                                                                                          workstations to make sure that they all
                                                                                                                                                                          complied. We then had to correct all the
                                                                                                                                                                          little things that OSHA had noticed. On
                                                                                                                                                                          January 23, 2004, I received the official
                                                                                                                                                                          notice that we had passed.”
                                                                                                                                                                              According to Findley, with the support of
                                                                                                                                                                          Jerry Andres, the CEO of Eagle Crest, and
                                                                                                                                                                          Steve Cartmill, the SHARP program is now a
                                                 Left to Right:                                                                                                           working safety program, not just about rules
                                                       ig; Eric Wennerth,
                                        Tom Zehnpfenn
                                                           Management,                                                                                                    and regulations. “This support from upper
                                          JELD-WEN Risk
                                                                ager;
                                             Division Risk Man                                                                                                            management was always available and it
                                                  Greg Thigpen
                                                                                                                                                                          showed the true Eagle Crest Spirit, coopera-
                                                                                                                                                                          tion and teamwork,” says Findley.
JELD-WEN Perspectives Winter 2004




                   NEWPr o d u c t Fo c u s

                                                                   The Carriage House
                                                                                                                              2004 Plan Year Update
                                                                                                                          by Jennifer Johns, Operations Manager,

                                                                   Garage Door Series                                                          Health Benefits
                                                               In January, JELD-WEN launched a
                                                               new Carriage House Series,                                                                     (Note: applies to the U.S. health plan only)
                                                               adding to its original Traditional
                                                               Series of composite garage                The Health Plan began a New Year by starting new supplier relationships. We spent the last 6 months of 2003 examining
                                                               doors. The new Carriage House             all supplier relationships and looking for partners who could deliver the best service while remaining cost effective. Here
                                                               Series is in response to an over-         are the results:
                                                               whelming demand by today’s                Eldorado Claims Processing System: Our new claims processing system went online the first of the year. This new system will
                                                               homeowners for garage doors               assist us in faster claims turn around time and more extensive reporting features resulting in better customer service for our partici-
              that not only perform well, but also help enhance the curb appeal of their homes.          pants.
              The Carriage House Series has 27 new garage door styles to choose from, whether a
                                                                                                         Innoviant/Drug Source: Our new pharmacy benefits manager will assist the Health Plan in getting competitive prescription drug
              classic swing door style, a traditional craftsman or a more modern look. Choices           discounts for our members. In addition, the new mail order drug program offers individuals the ability to pay only their co-insurance
              range from popular flush panel door that has a nearly seamless appearance, to              portion up front and receive a 30-60- or 90-day prescription supply through the mail. Using the new mail order program eliminates
              those modeled after historic carriage house doors, complete with unique trim               any need to send your prescription claims to us for reimbursement. Due to the new mail order program, only up to a 30-day prescrip-
              details and beautiful wood grain patterns.                                                 tion supply can be purchased at a walk-in retail pharmacy.
               All Carriage House series doors reflect the beauty and resiliency of wood and the         CIGNA: CIGNA Group Insurance Company is now administering JELD-WEN’s voluntary life and disability programs. If you qualify
              performance of steel and are backed by the JELD-WEN Warranty program. All                  for long-term disability benefits, CIGNA offers claim submission either on the web or over the phone, eliminating the need for
              JELD-WEN garage door skins are the same formulation as the AlternaPlus exterior            employees and JELD-WEN facilities to fill out multi-page claim forms. This new relationship has also given Plan participants the ability
              composite door skin manufactured at the JELD-WEN Wood Fiber plant in Dubuque,              to elect additional life insurance on covered spouses for up to 50% of their employee election.
              Iowa. The skins are manufactured into complete garage door units (without hard-
                                                                                                         LabOne: LabOne is a free voluntary outpatient lab service for participants. By showing your LabOne card to your provider, you may
              ware) in the fiber plant and shipped to garage door dealers for preparation and
                                                                                                         have your specimen shipped to the LabOne laboratory. Your lab service is paid for at 100% and is not subject to your medical deductible
              installation.                                                                              or co-insurance. Lab results are returned to your provider within 48 hours.

                                                                                                         Intracorp: Intracorp offers a 1-800 confidential nurse helpline to assist Plan participants with medical questions and concerns.
                                                                                                         Registered nurses can answer your questions on a wide range of issues including whether is it advisable to see a Dr. or ways to avoid high
                                           We’re proud to announce                                       cost treatment such as the emergency room. You can also access information through the web at www.healthinfoseeker.com, password
                                           AuraLast™wood, a breakthrough in                              JELD-WEN.
                                           wood window and door reliability.
                                                                                                         Ceridian/Life Works: JELD-WEN’s new EAP provider offers six free confidential counseling sessions per issue at no cost to you
              What is it?                                                                                or your immediate family members. To locate counseling assistance near you, call 1-877-510-0556.
              AuraLast wood is 100% western pine penetrated with a water-based compound, deliv-
              ering increased durability in wood windows and doors. A vacuum/pressure process            Frequently Asked Questions?
              ensures protection all the way to the core of the wood components. This is a key advan-    Where do I get information on these services?
              tage over the industry standard “dip” or “envelope” process that only provides minimal     Information was mailed out to Plan Participants in December/January. If you did not receive a detailed home mailing on your 2004
              penetration into the wood. Because the formulation and process are water based, we         Health Plan, please contact our office.
              have reduced our hazardous air           pollutant emissions by more than 96% during
              production.                                                                                I have not received my Health Plan I.D card and/or LabOne card.
                                                                                                         If you have not received one or both of these cards, please contact us immediately so we can send you replacements. Temporary LabOne
              Where and when is it being used?                                                           cards can be downloaded at www.labcard.com. Please remember to keep your address current with your payroll administrator. Your
              AuraLast wood is produced at JELD-WEN Millwork of Bend and is currently available in       Health Benefits Information is also sent to this address.
              JELD-WEN Pozzi Custom Collection (Bend). It will be available from Hawkins, Ringtown,
              and Rantoul wood window plants by June.                                                    When will I see updated information on the 2004 Health, LTD and Life Programs? New books will be mailed to your facility within the
              The Door Division has tested AuraLast wood in door manufacturing, and will be              first quarter of 2004. Most benefit information can also be located at on the Health Benefits Intranet site.
              prepared in 2004 to use it in a variety of door designs. AuraLast wood is one-of-a-kind
              in the door industry and again elevates JELD-WEN to a leadership role in the door          I am having trouble with the services described above.
              industry.                                                                                  If you have difficulty accessing services provided by the Health Plan’s suppliers please contact us at 1-800-441-4518.

              How do we know it will perform?
              JELD-WEN has been testing AuraLast wood in the harshest conditions for over 5 years
              for resistance to wood decay, termite infestation, and water absorption. As a result of
              this testing, we are offering an industry-leading warranty of 20 years for the whole
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       France Portes
                                                                                                                 JELD-WEN
              window. AuraLast wood accepts stain and paint as well as — or better — than untreated
              wood. And it is a great example of how JELD-WEN is living up to its promise of
              “reliability for real life.”
              AuraLast wood was introduced at the International Builders Show in January. Builders,
              remodelers, dealers and architects were impressed with the reliability this product will
              deliver. More than 25 different magazine and newspaper reporters from titles such as
                                                                                                                  France Portes
                                                                                                                   # in France
              Better Homes & Gardens and the Wall Street Journal collected information on AuraLast
              wood for news articles. Even our competitors were impressed: “Wow, you really raised
              the bar,” said a Pella research and development employee.                                             1
                                                                                                                     The original operations that                 Lebeau companies. The doors that                 JELD-WEN accounting system, a

                     American Building                                                                           comprise JELD-WEN’s France Portes                are manufactured consist of residen-             Manager Training program, significant


                      Product Award                                                                              date back more than 40 years. Today
                                                                                                                 France Portes is composed of the
                                                                                                                                                                  tial and commercial doors and pre-
                                                                                                                                                                  hung doors like flush, molded, fire-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   investment    in   equipment,    and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   centralization of the wood produc-
            Jim Hackett, vice president of door marketing and Chad                                               merger of five different door manu-              proof, burglary proof, sound proof,              tion with the creation of Central
            Turner, vice president of JELD-WEN’s wood door operations
                                                                                                                 facturing companies well spread over             X ray proof, etc. This has enabled the           Bois. Today, France Portes is estab-
            accepted an award from HOME Magazine during the 2004
            International Builders Show in Las Vegas. The 2004                                                   the French territory, and       includes         company to become number one in                  lishing its role in achieving world
            “American Building Product Award” was given to                                                       Lebeau distribution with three loca-             France in the interior door business.            class customer service and strength-
            JELD-WEN’s IWP® Aurora Old World Collection. A total of
                                                                                                                 tions.    France Portes joined the               Its customers are mostly located in              ening the JELD-WEN brand across
            twelve companies received awards for having the best building
            products in various categories...products that are efficient,                                        JELD-WEN family in 1998 and since                France and are 70% door dealers and              Europe.
                         durable, dependable and simply make life easier.                                        then has been implementing the                   30% builders.                                       We are proud that France Portes
                                Other notable winners include Baldwin
                                                                                                                 JELD-WEN way of doing business.                        During the past two years, France          not only represents the JELD-WEN
                                                       Hardware, James
                                                       Hardie Products,                                              With 650 employees, France                   Portes has undergone a complete                  family, but also shares the same
                                                          and Moen.                                              Portes produces the whole range of               transformation, giving it the look,              visions and quality that can be seen
                                                                                                                 products necessary for the French                feel, and soon, the performance of a             through and through.       To learn
                                                                                                                 interior doors market, as well          as       true JELD-WEN door division. Some                more about France Portes, visit
                                                                                                                 offering specialized door distribution           key aspects of these changes include             http://www.france-portes.com.
                                                                                                                 in Paris, Lyon, and Ales through the             the     installation    of    Titan,       the   (French language only)
               Congratulations!
                                                                                                             This newsletter is printed with soy-based inks on paper made from 40% post-consumer waste.
JELD-WEN Perspectives Fall 2003


                                                                                                             JELD-WEN Millwork Manufacturing -
                                                                                                              Achieves Success Using OSHA/SHARP
                                                                                                              For the second consecutive year, JELD-WEN’s Klamath Falls Millwork plant in Oregon received that state’s high-
                                                                                                          est award for employee safety. The Klamath Falls operation lowered its percentage of workers compensation claims by
                                                                                                          70 percent and lost time claims by 82 percent, the result of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
                                                                                                          (OSHA) Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP).
                                                                                                               Don Schneider, general manager of JELD-WEN Millwork Manufacturing in Klamath Falls, OR, gives credit to the employ-
                                                                                                          ees who live the safety program every day on the job.
                                                                                                               More than two years ago, Schneider began looking for a workable solution to increase the safety for the employees. In 2000,

                  JELD-WEN’s Ad                                                                           the mill had 63 workers compensation claims and 17 lost time claims. So far in 2003, the mill has had 19 workers compensa-
                                                                                                          tion claims and 3 lost time claims. The efforts have proven successful toward reaching the goal of a yearly record with zero injury
                                                                                                          claims. How did they do it?
                                                                                                               Eric Wennerth, field services manager of

                     Agency, CMD,                                                                         JELD-WEN Risk Management in Bend, OR, sug-
                                                                                                          gested Schneider look into the SHARP program as
                                                                                                          a way to improve the safety and health of employ-
                                                                                                          ees.
                         Honored for                                                                           The Klamath Falls plant underwent three
                                                                                                          inspections prior to qualifying for SHARP. By
                                                                                                          partnering with OSHA, Schneider saw the shifting
                                                                                                          of the mill’s safety program from a created struc-
             Publicity of ‘Spruce                                                                         ture of rules to a partnership working together to
                                                                                                          create a viably safe working environment.
                                                                                                          Schneider said the message to the employees was
                                                                                                                                                                   In the back row from left to right:
                Goose’ Attraction                                                                         that JELD-WEN does indeed care about the safety
                                                                                                          and health of their employees, demonstrated by
                                                                                                          action, personal responsibility and leadership of
                                                                                                                                                                   Don Schneider, Corbet Stengel, Kevin
                                                                                                                                                                   Kilroy, Terri Comer, Terry Shadduck,
                                                                                                                                                                   Barry Thompson, Casey Murphy, Steve
                                                                                                          all employees. All new equipment and equipment           Halterman, Jeff Oates, Charlie Bishop,
                                                                                                          upgrades now must comply with SHARP standards            Ben Hirengen; In the front row from left
                                                                                                          prior to permanent placement in the plant for use.       to right: Karen Olsen, Bob Brazil, Brett
                                                                                                                                                                   Calvin, Brandy Curtis, Greg Evans,
                                                                                                               Barry Thompson, a coordinating group man-           Gary Welch.
                                                                                                          ager, took the initiative to oversee and implement
                    CMD, a marketing agency owned by JELD-WEN,                                            the SHARP safety program. Thompson is the plant’s Quality, Safety and Health facil-
                received two awards for its public relations work for                                     itator and is asked to speak at OSHA/SHARP promotional presentation meetings as a
                the Evergreen Aviation Museum. The museum is                                              representative of            JELD-WEN. Thompson is described by Schneider as “a commend-
                home to the famous Howard Hughes “Spruce Goose”                                           able leader” that has “proven diligence in creating trust with our employees” by “listening, getting involved and taking
                SR-71 spy plane. CMD’s public relations program has                                       action,” and through ongoing “follow up on reports and procedures.”
                helped attract 450,000 visitors to the Evergreen                                               Thompson also oversees the Safety Committee, fifteen volunteers consisting of two employees from every department’s day
                Aviation Museum since it opened June 6, 2001.                                             and night shifts. The committee is in charge of the plant walk-through inspections and evaluations every three months to iden-
                    The Portland Metro Chapter of the Public                                              tify and evaluate any possible hazards. The committee also reviews every reported injury to determine cause as well as permanent
                                                                                                          solutions for future prevention. The volunteers are the eyes, ears and voices of employees within their departments, and are
                Relations Society of America awarded CMD’s public
                                                                                                          leaders who take responsibility for safety and health.
                relations team first place in the “Media Kit” division
                                                                                                               The following employees were asked if they feel safer at work since the SHARP program was first introduced at the plant and
                and second place in the “Feature Story” category.
                                                                                                          to share what marked improvements have been made.
                CMD’s effective public relations efforts resulted in                                           “Safety is now a big issue,” said Terry Shadduck, a moulder operator who has been with JELD-WEN for 20 years. Shadduck
                worldwide news coverage about the museum, gener-                                          described a changed attitude toward the safety and health of the employees. “There is more pride in our work, employees are
                ating tremendous awareness and enthusiasm for the                                         keeping their equipment cleaner,” he said, “and there is more confidence in the operation, especially during inspections.”
                attraction.                                                                                    Terri Comer, a cutter operator who has worked for JELD-WEN for ten years, says that safety is now a proactive process. Comer
                    Congratulations to CMD employees Olga Haley                                           stated many benefits to the safety program, including “an immediate response to safety concerns, accessibility to safety equip-
                and Jessica Chaddock who manage the Evergreen                                             ment, newer equipment, training videos and removed hazards.” She emphasized that management and employees are more
                Aviation Museum public relations account.                                                   unified in the plant operation, and that more time is taken toward safety and health on the job now “because you want to, not
                                                                                                            because you have to.”
                                                                                                               Bob Brazil, a finger-joint operator who is in his 28th year at JELD-WEN, shared how the safety program has brought machin-
                                                                                   kford, IL,
                                                       rk Masters in Roc                                    ery changes and improvements like guards and fencing on equipment. Brazil said the attitude of “being on the defense” with
                          JELD-WEN Millwo                               HA/SHARP
                                  achieve   s its first-year OS                                              OSHA during inspections has changed to one that reflects operator expertise and employee involvement in safe equipment
                                                                  in December!
                                     certification award                             strongly in the         maintenance.
                                                         pfennig said he believes
                          General Manager Tom Zehn                           what his people have              “There is a freedom to express concerns because you know something will be done in a timely manner,” said Greg Evans, a
                           comprehensive prog  ram and is very proud of                                      coordinating group manager over three departments who has worked with JELD-WEN for more than 26 years. Evans said the
                                                                                  helped to reinforce
                                                   the SHARPS program has
                        accomplished. He stated                                   is a daily concern,”        partnership with OSHA works for everyone’s benefit by shared safety concerns and recommendations for improvements. Evans
                                                     y that “Safety Awareness
                        the JELD-WEN philosoph                                        environment for         pointed out one step toward taking employee health seriously involved restarting a fifteen-minute stretching exercise routine,
                                                    about providing a safe work
                         and that “we are serious                   is reflected in Rockford's
                                                                                                 safety       which is done by all employees within each department every morning before starting the job.
                          our people.”   This prevailing attitude                       the mill opened        According to Schneider, the larger benefit and the key to the action, is working together for the safety and health of our
                                                          no lost time injuries since
                         reco rd, which has experienced                             are only  12 other         employees. A safety program controlled by the employees on the job creates an environment that promotes involvement,
                                                        pfennig also noted there
                            in August of 2000. Zehn                                    fication to date
                                                        have received SHARP certi                              awareness, accountability, and ownership of safety.
                            companies in Illinois that                   ents are so stringent.
                                                              requirem
                                   because the qualification                               WEN                Look for more OSHA/SHARP certification achievements in the next issue of Perspectives on JELD-WEN Millwaork Manufacturing — Thomas!
                                                   all the JELD-
                                 Congratulations to Rockford!
                                       employees in

                                                                                                                     RELIABILITY for r e a l l i f e                                                                                                ™


                     New Brand Initiative: Don’t Forget To Deliver The Brand Promise
                                                                                                                        by Jim Chadderdon, Corporate Brand Manager
                 Reliability For Real Life. Yes, it’s our company’s tagline. But, it’s also our Brand Promise.                                   ➤No Factory Defects: This is more an issue for builders than consumers. The reality is, factory defects
                 Recently, Harvard Business School conducted a study identifying the top ten traits of the world’s                               - if present - require builders to make fixes in the field. In essence, the builder is fixing defects manu-
             strongest brands. Can you guess what was #1? Answer: “The Brand Excels At Delivering On The Benefits                                facturers shouldn’t have let out the door initially. It costs builders valuable time and money to trim excess
             Customers Truly Desire.”                                                                                                            glazing off windows, patch/fill holes in wood frames, and so forth. When it happens often, builders won’t
                 Brands that have come to dominate their category or industry have successfully convinced customers                              use that brand window or door again because it’s deemed unreliable.
             - via real performance or perceived performance - their brand is the best. Rolex, Mercedes Benz, Tide                               ➤Delivery Reliability: Again, this is an issue for builders not consumers. Delivery reliability is simply
             detergent, Amazon.com, The Home Depot, Starbucks, Black & Decker, Great Clips, and others. Are                                      the ability of the manufacturer and dealer to deliver products to the jobsite on time, as ordered, com-
             these brands the Best? I can’t say. But, I can say each of them satisfies a real need (Tide for white cloths,                       plete and undamaged. Easier said than done apparently, because builders cite this as a major point of
             Rolex for status, Black & Decker for the broadest range of reliable hand tools, Great Clips for quick,                              inconsistency within our industry. Even if the manufacturer’s record is good, the dealer’s performance
             cheap haircuts, etc...), most benefit from premium pricing, and, all have a unique “positioning” in the                             must be equally good.
             minds and hearts of consumers for their products/services by virtue of a brand promise focused on deliv-                            ➤After Sale Service Reliability: For both consumers and builders this means a clear and swift path to
             ering what customers want most.                                                                                                     problem resolution when difficulties arise. It means being able to reach a service representative at the
                 So, what is most important to buyers of windows and doors? Why, Reliability of course. Which is why                             dealer, the distributor, or the manufacturer. It means reaching a person who can make a decision and
             JELD-WEN is hanging its hat on being recognized as the most reliable manufacturer of windows and                                    affect the necessary action(s) to resolve the issue. It means dealing with people/companies who genuinely
             doors worldwide.                                                                                                                    care about problems being experienced and mindfully seeking solutions to satisfy customers.
                 Reliability is a broad word with many potential interpretations. Do we have a clear idea of what it                                  Each of us at JELD-WEN fit into one or more of these four groups. Whether you test products in a
             means to both existing and potential customers? Simply: Yes we do. Reliability means four things:                                   lab, work in a manufacturing plant, drive a delivery truck, prepare accurate invoices, or do any one of
             ➤Reliable Products: To consumers and builders alike, it means products that’re durable. It means prod-                              hundreds of other jobs that make JELD-WEN what it is today, you have the ability to help JELD-WEN
             ucts that serve the purpose and application for which they were created, with little or no maintenance,                             live up to its Brand Promise. By better understanding - and focusing - on satisfying unmet needs of our
             for long periods of time. Builders don’t want callbacks, and, consumers don’t want to think about win-                              direct and indirect customers, JELD-WEN will stand head and shoulders above its competition and will
             dows and doors again for a long time. Both want products that operate and do what they’re supposed to                               come to be recognized over time as the most reliable manufacturer of windows and doors.
             do.
JELD-WEN Perspectives Winter 2005

                         Safety Initiative Trims Injuries                                                                                    JELD-WEN
                                 by 30% in 2004                                                                                                 timber
                 GOAL: 75%
                                                           By Vice President Sam Porter
                                                                                                                                                 and
                                                                                                                                               ranches
                 Reduction
                         75             WELL DONE to all who have            the new hire orientation process, and have identi-
                         65
                                      made working safely a priority in      fied a plant safety coordinator to lead the safety
                               55
                                      your life and in your workplace.       committee and ensure that all employees receive
                               45
                               35
                                      Most of our JELD-WEN locations         safety training. Finally, with the support of the
             Dec. 2004            30%
                               25     are safer places to work today than    corporate field service managers, we have quarterly
                               15     they were one year ago. Let’s review   plant safety training on such issues as safety aware-
                               5      the progress we have made toward       ness, unsafe act/unsafe condition investigation, fire
                             0
                                      our goal of a 75% reduction in work-   safety training, and ergonomics.
                                      place injuries and identify opportu-      In 2005, we will be leaning even more heavily on
                   reduction          nities where continued improvement     our corporate field service representatives in the
                   in injuries
                                      can be made.                           following training areas:
                         Between 2000 and 2003, JELD-WEN facilities
                     in the U.S. averaged almost 2,000 injuries per year     ■   Regional workshops for plant safety coordina-
                     — an unacceptable level. To work toward the ulti-           tors in North America will provide new and
                     mate goal of zero injuries, every JELD-WEN                  ongoing training on topics such as effective
                     employee needed to make safety in the workplace,            safety committees, lockout/tag out, and unsafe                                             Team One
                     for yourself and your co-workers, an elevated part          act/unsafe condition investigation;
                     of the culture of every JELD-WEN facility, every
                     day.                                                    ■   Corporate field service representatives are            Team One, left to right: Randy Winship, Craig Ditman,
                                                                                                                                        Brett Johnson, Mark Miles, Mel Twyman, Peggy Biaggi,
                         To build and instill this culture, JELD-WEN             working on division-specific plant hazard              Jacen Jespersen.
                     launched a safety initiative in 2004 to reduce work-        training for new employees, which will also serve
                     place injuries by 75% by focusing on three areas:
                     Hiring, Training, and Repeat Offenders.
                                                                                 as a good refresher course for everyone;
                                                                                                                                            “In Safety, attitude
                         I’ll address each of these areas in more detail,    ■   We will continue with topical quarterly plant            is almost everything.”
                     but we are clearly on the right track. After one year       training. Expect an increased involvement in             So states Craig Ditman, general manager
                     of our safety initiative, we have had an impressive         rapid return to work programs for industrially           of JELD-WEN Timber & Ranches’ four-
                     30% drop in workplace injuries. Let’s look at ways          injured employees. For those who become
                                                                                                                                          teen employees. Team One (working timber
                     we accomplished this, and what we can do                    injured, you should be treated with dignity and
                                                                                                                                          and three hay farms) has enjoyed over six
                     throughout 2005.                                            respect, and know that we want you back as a
                                                                                 valuable and contributing member of the                  accident-free years, and Team Two (working
                 HIRING                                                          JELD-WEN team as soon as practicable.                    The Running Y Ranch) has had over eight
                 We want to continuously improve our workforce by                                                                         years without a lost-time injury. How have
                 hiring only qualified employees with the right atti-        ■   Plant-specific action plans to help make today’s         they done that in two very risky industries?
                 tude, effort and ethic for a long-term, successful              under-performers, tomorrow’s superstars. Field
                                                                                                                                          “A mature crew helps,” said Craig. “We have
                 career with JELD-WEN. Each of the following six                 service representatives will work with the
                                                                                                                                          very low employee turnover here. Our crew
                 hiring tools and practices that proved successful last          management teams of those few plants that have
                 year should be fully implemented in 2005.                       had comparatively limited success in making              understands accidents hurt and that there is
                                                                                 safety part of the culture.                              no glory associated with an injury. We have
                 ■   Expanded use of Basic Skills Testing in math and                                                                     monthly safety meetings at which we are all
                     reading. If an employee cannot understand a             REPEAT OFFENDERS                                             reminded and all agree that our most impor-
                     posted safety warning sign, how will they know if       Not everyone is suited to a job in one of our manu-          tant article of safety equipment is the super-
                     a danger is present?                                    facturing environments. If you can’t work safely,
                                                                                                                                          computer on each of our shoulders.” All the
                                                                             please don’t injure yourself or one of your co-
                                                                                                                                          employees are empowered to remind or
                 ■   Mandatory Integrity Testing, a very effective tool      workers – find a new job where you will be safe. To
                     for identifying applicants who do not have the          assist with this decision-making, we have adopted            correct any other employee, including the
                     positive character and work ethic necessary to          the “three strikes” rule; three unsafe acts in a five-       general manager, who may be engaged in an
                     succeed at JELD-WEN.                                    year period is automatic termination of employ-              unsafe act. Safety isn’t “uncool” on the teams
                                                                             ment. There has been and will continue to be a lot           at Timber and Ranches; it’s the intelligent
                 ■   Full compliance with our drug-testing program.          of training on this rule. A couple of quick guide-
                                                                                                                                          necessary element in everything they do.
                                                                             lines to keep in mind:
                 ■   References checks. A few quick phone calls or
                     emails may save a lot of time and effort later if a     ■   An unsafe act does not have to result in an injury
                     poor hiring decision is avoided.                            to be counted. We hope to identify and stop all
                                                                                 unsafe acts before someone gets hurt.
                 ■   General Managers interview every new hire.
                                                                             ■   A manager does not have to wait for the second
                 ■   Current employees should encourage their                    or third unsafe act before terminating employ-
                     qualified friends, family and acquaintances to              ment. Depending upon the circumstances, an
                     apply for work at JELD-WEN – what better                    employee may only get one strike.
                     recommendation could we get?
                                                                             ■   The three strikes policy applies to everyone.
                 TRAINING
                 After we hire the right employees, we provide                  Again, 2004 was a very good start to further
                 appropriate training to do their jobs safely and            developing safety as part of our JELD-WEN                                                   Team         Two
                                                                                                                              Team Two,
                 recognize potential dangers throughout the work-            culture. We still have room for improvement. Martin Trujleft to right: Dan Rajnus
                                                                                                                                          illo, Luis Ro        , Mark Cam
                                                                                                                              Gustavo Ro                dr               pbell,
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                             JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
                                                                  Total Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                   06 vs 07 03 vs 07               Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                      %         %                  1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                       2003   2004   2005 2006 2007 GOAL           Change Change                   2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
        Jan             148    130     75   76   57   42            -25.00% -61.49%                claims.
        Feb             264    260    168 143    96   83            -32.87% -63.64%                3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
        Mar             400    374    279 202 133    125            -34.16% -66.75%                with CMS Locations
        Apr             543    486    383 261 173    167            -33.72% -68.14%                4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
        May             695    598    487 323        208                                           State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
        Jun             863    736    583 389        250                                           5) All data and statistics developed from
         Jul           1035    854    717 453        292
                                                                                                   "ClaimDesk"
        Aug            1207   1004    835 524        333
        Sep            1369   1135    922 591        375
        Oct            1546   1243   1002 650        417
        Nov            1690   1335   1088 705        458
        Dec            1806   1402   1153 753        500

Monthly Avg: 150.5 116.8             96.1   62.8   43.3     42     -31.08%     -71.26%

                                                     Safety Initiative - Accumulative WC Claim Count

                      2000
                      1800
                      1600
                      1400
        Claim Count




                                                                                                                                                 2003
                      1200
                                                                                                                                                 2004
                      1000                                                                                                                       2005
                       800                                                                                                                       2006
                       600                                                                                                                       2007
                       400                                                                                                                       GOAL
                       200
                         0
                          Jan        Feb      Mar         Apr    May     Jun       Jul      Aug        Sep       Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                             Month



 Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                           5/10/2007
                                                                Total Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                  06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                      %        %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                          2003 2004 2005 2006 2007       GOAL     Change Change              2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
                  Jan      148 130    75   76   57         42      -25.00% -61.49%           claims.
                  Feb      116 130    93   67   39         42      -41.79% -66.38%           3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
                  Mar      136 114 111     59   37         42      -37.29% -72.79%           with CMS Locations
                  Apr      143 112 104     59   40         42      -32.20% -72.03%           4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
                  May      152 112 104     62              42                                State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
                  Jun      168 138    96   66              42                                5) All data and statistics developed from
                   Jul     172 118 134     64              42
                                                                                             "ClaimDesk"
                  Aug      172 150 118     71              42
                  Sep      162 131    87   67              42
                  Oct      177 108    80   59              42
                  Nov      144   92   86   55              42
                  Dec      116   67   65   48              42

       Total: 1806 1402 1153               753    173     500
Monthly Avg: 150.5 116.8 96.1              62.8   43.3     42     -31.08%    -71.26%

                                                     Safety Initiative - Monthly WC Claim Count

                 200
                 180
                 160
                 140                                                                                                               2003
   Claim Count




                 120                                                                                                               2004
                 100                                                                                                               2005
                  80                                                                                                               2006
                  60                                                                                                               2007
                  40                                                                                                               GOAL
                  20
                   0
                    Jan      Feb     Mar      Apr        May    Jun       Jul      Aug      Sep     Oct      Nov       Dec
                                                                   Month




Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                   5/10/2007
                                                                   LT Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                     06 vs 07 03 vs 07            Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                        %        %                1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                        2003 2004 2005 2006 2007            GOAL     Change Change                2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
               Jan        36   22   15   18   16               8      -11.11% -55.56%             claims.
               Feb        56   39   37   34   26              15      -23.53% -53.57%             3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
               Mar        85   62   67   53   36              23      -32.08% -57.65%             with CMS Locations
               Apr       115   84   89   64   44              30      -31.25% -61.74%             4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
               May       147 106 112     71                   38                                  State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
               Jun       178 138 120     83                   45                                  5) All data and statistics developed from
                Jul      204 157 147     93                   53
                                                                                                  "ClaimDesk"
               Aug       239 188 172 105                      60
               Sep       268 210 186 117                      68
               Oct       293 228 204 124                      75
               Nov       321 238 223 130                      83
               Dec       343 251 241 141                      90

Monthly Avg:            28.6   20.9   20.1    11.8   11.0    7.5       -6.38%   -61.52%


                                             Safety Initiative - Accumulative LostTime WC Claim Count

                      400
                      350
                      300                                                                                                                2003
        Claim Count




                      250                                                                                                                2004
                      200                                                                                                                2005
                      150                                                                                                                2006
                      100                                                                                                                2007
                                                                                                                                         GOAL
                       50
                        0
                         Jan     Feb         Mar      Apr     May      Jun      Jul       Aug    Sep     Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                         Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                        5/10/2007
                                                                      LT Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                      06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                         %         %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                           2003 2004 2005 2006 2007           GOAL    Change Change              2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
                    Jan      36   22   15   18   16              8     -11.11% -55.56%           claims.
                    Feb      20   17   22   16   10              8     -37.50% -50.00%           3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
                    Mar      29   23   30   19   10              8     -47.37% -65.52%           with CMS Locations
                    Apr      30   22   22   11    8              8     -27.27% -73.33%           4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
                    May      32   22   23    7                   8                               State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
                    Jun      31   32    8   12                   8                               5) All data and statistics developed from
                     Jul     26   19   27   10                   8
                                                                                                 "ClaimDesk"
                    Aug      35   31   25   12                   8
                    Sep      29   22   14   12                   8
                    Oct      25   18   18    7                   8
                    Nov      28   10   19    6                   8
                    Dec      22   13   18   11                   8

       Total:              343    251    241    141     44     90
Monthly Avg:               28.6   20.9   20.1   11.8   11.0    7.5      -6.38%   -61.52%

                                                   Safety Initiative - Monthly LostTime WC Claim Count

                    40
                    35
                    30
      Claim Count




                    25                                                                                                                    2003
                                                                                                                                          2004
                    20                                                                                                                    2005
                    15                                                                                                                    2006
                                                                                                                                          2007
                    10
                                                                                                                                          GOAL
                     5
                     0
                      Jan         Feb       Mar        Apr      May    Jun       Jul       Aug   Sep       Oct       Nov       Dec
                                                                          Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                       5/10/2007
                                                                   MO Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                      06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                         %         %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                        2003   2004 2005 2006 2007          GOAL      Change Change              2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
                 Jan     112    108   60   58   41            34       -29.31% -63.39%           claims.
                 Feb     208    221 131 109     70            68       -35.78% -66.35%           3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
                 Mar     315    312 212 149     97           103       -34.90% -69.21%           with CMS Locations
                 Apr     428    402 294 197 129              137       -34.52% -69.86%           4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
                 May     548    492 375 252                  171                                 State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
                 Jun     685    598 463 306                  205                                 5) All data and statistics developed from
                  Jul    831    697 570 360                  239
                                                                                                 "ClaimDesk"
                 Aug     968    816 663 419                  273
                 Sep    1101    925 736 474                  308
                 Oct    1253   1015 798 526                  342
                 Nov    1369   1097 865 575                  376
                 Dec    1463   1151 912 612                  410

Monthly Avg: 121.9             95.9   76.0   51.0   32.3      34       -36.76%   -73.55%


                                        Safety Initiative - Accumulative Medical Only WC Claim Count

                     1600
                     1400
                     1200                                                                                                               2003
       Claim Count




                     1000                                                                                                               2004
                                                                                                                                        2005
                      800
                                                                                                                                        2006
                      600                                                                                                               2007
                      400                                                                                                               GOAL
                      200
                        0
                         Jan      Feb        Mar      Apr     May       Jun      Jul       Aug   Sep     Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                           Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                       5/10/2007
                                                                MO Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                 06 vs 07 03 vs 07         Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                    %        %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                         2003 2004 2005 2006 2007        GOAL    Change Change             2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
                  Jan     112 108    60   58   41          34     -29.31% -63.39%          claims.
                  Feb      96 113    71   51   29          34     -43.14% -69.79%          3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
                  Mar     107   91   81   40   27          34     -32.50% -74.77%          with CMS Locations
                  Apr     113   90   82   48   32          34     -33.33% -71.68%          4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
                  May     120   90   81   55               34                              State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
                  Jun     137 106    88   54               34                              5) All data and statistics developed from
                   Jul    146   99 107    54               34
                                                                                           "ClaimDesk"
                  Aug     137 119    93   59               34
                  Sep     133 109    73   55               34
                  Oct     152   90   62   52               34
                  Nov     116   82   67   49               34
                  Dec      94   54   47   37               34

       Total: 1463 1151             912    612    129     410
Monthly Avg: 121.9 95.9             76.0   51.0   32.3     34    -36.76%   -73.55%

                                       Safety Initiative - Monthly Medical Only WC Claim Count

                 160
                 140
                 120                                                                                                               2003
   Claim Count




                 100                                                                                                               2004
                                                                                                                                   2005
                 80
                                                                                                                                   2006
                 60                                                                                                                2007
                 40                                                                                                                GOAL
                 20
                   0
                    Jan       Feb     Mar         Apr     May     Jun       Jul      Aug    Sep        Oct       Nov       Dec
                                                                     Month

Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                 5/10/2007
                                                           LWDIR Accumulative
                                                    06 vs 07 03 vs 07           Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                        %       %               1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
        2003 2004 2005 2006 2007            GOAL    Change Change               2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
Jan      3.63 2.14 1.77 2.17 2.20            0.80      1.30% -39.43%            claims
Feb      3.09 2.01 2.11 1.95 1.67            0.80    -14.13% -45.92%            3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
Mar      3.24 2.18 2.49 1.83 1.42            0.80    -22.71% -56.26%            with CMS Locations
Apr      3.32 2.10 2.31 1.67 1.29            0.80    -22.76% -61.15%            4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
May      3.23 2.13 2.31 1.48                 0.80                               State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
Jun      3.27 2.33 2.07 1.39                 0.80                               5) All data and statistics developed from
Jul      3.20 2.19 2.10 1.36                 0.80
                                                                                "ClaimDesk"
Aug      3.17 2.30 2.16 1.35                 0.80
                                                                                6) LWDI Rate - Lost Work Day Incident Rate
Sep      3.17 2.29 2.04 1.32                 0.80
                                                                                 (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
Oct      3.06 2.21 2.02 1.27                 0.80
                                                                                ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Nov      3.06 2.11 2.02 1.22                 0.80
Dec      3.02 2.03 1.97 1.21                 0.80


                                              Safety Initiative - Accumulative LWDI Rate

                      4.00
                      3.50
                      3.00
        Claim Count




                      2.50                                                                                                    2003
                                                                                                                              2004
                      2.00                                                                                                    2005
                                                                                                                              2006
                      1.50
                                                                                                                              2007
                      1.00                                                                                                    GOAL
                      0.50
                      0.00
                          Jan   Feb   Mar     Apr   May     Jun         Jul   Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                               Month
Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                               5/10/2007
                                                               LWDIR Monthly
                                                         06 vs 07 03 vs 07       Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                            %        %           1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                  2003 2004 2005 2006 2007    GOAL       Change Change           2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
     Jan           3.63 2.14 1.77 2.17 2.20    0.80         1.30% -39.43%        claims
     Feb           2.44 1.87 2.42 1.74 1.21    0.80       -30.73% -50.47%        3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
     Mar           3.58 2.53 3.20 1.66 1.02    0.80       -38.86% -71.59%        with CMS Locations
     Apr           3.57 1.90 1.91 1.17 0.92    0.80       -21.35% -74.27%        4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
     May           2.95 2.27 2.27 0.73         0.80                              State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
     Jun           3.44 3.37 0.84 1.03         0.80                              5) All data and statistics developed from
      Jul          2.82 1.53 2.29 1.13         0.80
                                                                                 "ClaimDesk"
     Aug           2.96 3.06 2.52 1.30         0.80
                                                                                 6) LWDI Rate - Lost Work Day Incident Rate
     Sep           3.20 2.25 1.22 1.10         0.80
                                                                                  (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
     Oct           2.22 1.56 1.85 0.78         0.80
                                                                                 ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
     Nov           3.08 1.05 1.98 0.68         0.80
     Dec           2.58 1.18 1.57 1.06         0.80

YTD Rate 3.023 2.029 1.974 1.209 1.291                     6.78%    -57.30%

                                                      Safety Initiative - Monthly LWDI Rate

                        4.00
                        3.50
                        3.00
          Claim Count




                                                                                                                                2003
                        2.50
                                                                                                                                2004
                        2.00                                                                                                    2005
                        1.50                                                                                                    2006
                                                                                                                                2007
                        1.00                                                                                                    GOAL
                        0.50
                        0.00
                            Jan   Feb   Mar    Apr       May       Jun    Jul   Aug    Sep       Oct      Nov       Dec
                                                                    Month

Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                           5/10/2007
                                                                  WCIR Accumulative
                                                          06 vs 07 03 vs 07            Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                             %        %                1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
       2003            2004    2005 2006 2007    GOAL     Change Change                2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
Jan    14.92           12.63    8.84 9.16 7.83    5.00     -14.52% -47.51%             claims
Feb    14.57           13.41    9.56 8.19 6.17    5.00     -24.61% -57.65%             3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
Mar    15.26           13.13   10.36 6.99 5.24    5.00     -25.08% -65.66%             with CMS Locations
Apr    15.69           12.12    9.95 6.81 5.07    5.00     -25.53% -67.65%             4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
May    15.28           12.02   10.02 6.75         5.00                                 State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
Jun    15.84           12.42   10.04 6.53         5.00                                 5) All data and statistics developed from
Jul    16.25           11.91   10.26 6.63         5.00
                                                                                       "ClaimDesk"
Aug    15.99           12.27   10.46 6.75         5.00
                                                                                       6) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
Sep    16.19           12.39   10.10 6.67         5.00
                                                                                       (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
Oct    16.13           12.05    9.92 6.67         5.00
                                                                                       ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Nov    16.10           11.84    9.84 6.63         5.00
Dec    15.92           11.33    9.45 6.46         5.00


                                                   Safety Initiative - Accumulative WCI Rate

                      18.00
                      16.00
                      14.00
                                                                                                                                     2003
        Claim Count




                      12.00
                                                                                                                                     2004
                      10.00                                                                                                          2005
                       8.00                                                                                                          2006
                                                                                                                                     2007
                       6.00                                                                                                          GOAL
                       4.00
                       2.00
                       0.00
                           Jan       Feb    Mar     Apr    May     Jun        Jul     Aug    Sep       Oct     Nov      Dec
                                                                     Month
Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                      5/10/2007
                                                                            WCIR Monthly
                                                                     06 vs 07 03 vs 07      Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                        %        %          1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                  2003    2004    2005    2006     2007    GOAL      Change Change          2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
     Jan          14.92   12.63    8.84    9.16     7.83    5.00      -14.52% -47.51%       claims
     Feb          14.15   14.30   10.23    7.30     4.71    5.00      -35.49% -66.70%       3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
     Mar          16.79   12.53   11.84    5.17     3.76    5.00      -27.15% -77.58%       with CMS Locations
     Apr          17.03    9.65    9.02    6.27     4.60    5.00      -26.68% -73.01%       4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
     May          14.00   11.58   10.29    6.48             5.00                            State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
     Jun          18.66   14.55   10.11    5.66             5.00                            5) All data and statistics developed from
      Jul         18.67    9.48   11.37    7.24             5.00
                                                                                            "ClaimDesk"
     Aug          14.55   14.80   11.89    7.68             5.00
                                                                                            6) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
     Sep          17.88   13.42    7.57    6.13             5.00
                                                                                            (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
     Oct          15.70    9.34    8.23    6.60             5.00
                                                                                            ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
     Nov          15.82    9.64    8.95    6.27             5.00
     Dec          13.61    6.10    5.68    4.63             5.00

YTD Rate 15.917 11.334            9.445   6.455    5.075             -21.39%   -68.12%

                                                                 Safety Initiative - Monthly WCI Rate

                       20.00
                       18.00
                       16.00
                                                                                                                                          2003
                       14.00
         Claim Count




                                                                                                                                          2004
                       12.00                                                                                                              2005
                       10.00                                                                                                              2006
                        8.00                                                                                                              2007
                        6.00                                                                                                              GOAL
                        4.00
                        2.00
                        0.00
                            Jan      Feb          Mar      Apr     May      Jun      Jul   Aug    Sep      Oct       Nov      Dec
                                                                               Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                           5/10/2007
                                                                   WCIR Running Summary
                                                               06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **US Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                  %        %              1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
        2003           2004    2005    2006    2007    GOAL    Change Change              2) Claim Data does NOT include any Trendwest
Jan     14.92          12.63    8.84    9.16    7.83    5.00    -14.52% -47.51%           claims
Feb     14.57          13.41    9.56    8.19    6.17    5.00    -24.61% -57.65%           3) Claim Data does include all claims associated
Mar     15.26          13.13   10.36    6.99    5.24    5.00    -25.08% -65.66%           with CMS Locations
Apr     15.69          12.12    9.95    6.81    5.07    5.00    -25.53% -67.65%           4) Claim Data does include all claims reported to
May     15.28          12.02   10.02    6.75            5.00                              State Funds (WY, ND and ID)
Jun     15.84          12.42   10.04    6.53            5.00                              5) All data and statistics developed from
Jul     16.25          11.91   10.26    6.63            5.00
                                                                                          "ClaimDesk"
Aug     15.99          12.27   10.46    6.75            5.00
                                                                                          6) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
Sep     16.19          12.39   10.10    6.67            5.00
                                                                                          (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
Oct     16.13          12.05    9.92    6.67            5.00
                                                                                          ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Nov     16.10          11.84    9.84    6.63            5.00
Dec     15.92          11.33    9.45    6.46            5.00


                                                         Safety Initiative - Accumulative WCI Rate

                      18.00
                      16.00
                      14.00
                      12.00
        Claim Count




                      10.00
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Safety Initiative_Corp_US07.xls - RSC                                                                                                         5/10/2007
                                                                                       WCIR Summary - Overall Results through May 2007

                                                                                                                                                             06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                          Location Name                  2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0049        JELD-WEN Health Benefits                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3239    0    0   9198    0    0   20560    0     0
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0051        Shasta Administrative Services                        0.00     1.35     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    35425    0    0  81224    0    0  147843    0     1
Dan Malicki Group                     Don Baxter         0059        JELD-WEN International Supply                         0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     8073    0    0  19643    0    0   19366    0     0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330        JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - Washington             0.00    14.24     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     5536    0    0  13935    0    0   14041    1     0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330.0400   JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - West Virginia          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3298    0    0   8151    0    0    8503    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408        Customer Care Windows Division - Admin                0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     5097    0    0  21883    0    0    7747    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0704   Customer Care Windows Division - SouthWest            0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    43038    0    0   8475    0    0       0    0     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0616        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Pataskala               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    25696    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0904        Harbor Isles Tennis Club                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     9269    0    0  19923    0    0   22137    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0906        Running Y Pool Management                             0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4221    0    0  14780    0    0   12852    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0908        Eagle Crest Resort Corp.                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4499    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0909        Galena Ridge                                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     2912    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0920        Brasada Ranch, Inc.                                   0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3322    0    0  10784    0    0    2864    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0921        Brasada Ranch Sales and Marketing                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     7042    0    0  30525    0    0   23642    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0922        Brasada Ranch Golf                                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    10142    0    0  21436    0    0   13537    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0923        Brasada Ranch Mgmnt Co.                               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     8585    0    0  19383    0    0    5834    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0930        Silver Waterpark                                      0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%      560    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0934        Silver Mountain Sales & Marketing                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4484    0    0  17442    0    0   10906    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0937        Silver Mountain Rental Management                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    10069    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0938        Brasada Ranch Hotel & Rental Mgmnt                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4072    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0948        Running Y Utility                                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     1708    0    0   2605    0    0    3016    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0949        Running Y Resort                                      0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     7762    0    0  30353    0    0   35186    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0950        Eagle Crest, Inc.                                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    50534    0    0  65700    0    0   48853    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0959        Cline Butte Utility Co.                               0.00    36.03     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3389    0    0  10895    0    0   11103    2     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0960        AmeriTitle - Klamath Falls                            0.00     3.01     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    24416    0    0  66625    0    0   66345    1     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0962        AmeriTitle - Prineville                               0.00     5.02     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    14303    0    0  43842    0    0   39876    0     1
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0963        AmeriTitle - Pendleton                                0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    11755    0    0  35457    0    0   36194    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0966        American Exchange Services                            0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4031    0    0  11955    0    0   10524    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0969        AmeriTitle - Hood River                               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     7089    0    0  18518    0    0   18384    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0971        AmeriTitle - Ontario                                  0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3046    0    0   9486    0    0    8123    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0972        AmeriTitle - Burns                                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     2480    0    0   5912    0    0    6094    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0973        AmeriTitle - Baker                                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4294    0    0  10465    0    0   11303    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0974        AmeriTitle - Lakeview                                 0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3216    0    0   8950    0    0    6863    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0975        AmeriTitle - Cascade                                  0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    17714    0    0  55811    0    0   55745    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0976        AmeriTitle - Roseburg                                 0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    17447    0    0  53687    0    0   57666    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0978        AmeriTitle - White Salmon                             0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     6957    0    0  17290    0    0   18341    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0979        AmeriTitle - Idaho West                               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    13697    0    0  36200    0    0   33749    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0980        AmeriTitle - Idaho Falls                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    20340    0    0  54534    0    0   53286    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0981        AmeriTitle - McMinnville                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     1605    0    0   3370    0    0       0    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0982        AmeriTitle - Pocatello                                0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     9577    0    0  20643    0    0       0    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0989        AmeriTitle - Administration                           0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4832    0    0  13224    0    0   13108    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0951        Eagle Crest Sales & Marketing                         1.31     4.79     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       6875    0    0  33380    0    0   83564    1     1
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0964        AmeriTitle - Salem                                    3.26     1.26     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      58785    0    0 155986    0    0  158583    1     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0977        AmeriTitle - Sun Valley                               5.98     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       9162    0    0  27714    0    0   34088    0     0
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0210        JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                      6.19     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      43007    0    0 106405    0    0  101590    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0968        AmeriTitle - The Dalles                              12.62     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       6843    0    0  19428    0    0   16876    0     0
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Scott Defenbaugh   0404.0475   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Charlotte               15.67    15.56     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       9589    0    0  30208    0    0   25699    1     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0306        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - West Virginia            19.20    12.41     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      51844    0    0 131569    0    0  128951    3     5
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0912        Windmill Inns - Roseburg                             24.11    23.30     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      18564    0    0  41454    0    0   42923    5     0
Rick Parker Group                     Don Baxter         0755        Creative Media Development                            1.75     1.57     0.78     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%      100578    0    0 256343    1    0  254481    2     0
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0274        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids              6.93     0.84     1.47     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       91440    0    0 272332    2    0  236842    0     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0307        JELD-WEN / Wood Fiber-Garage Doors-Iowa               0.00     0.00     2.44     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    31463    0    0  81932    1    0       0    0     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0630        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Sioux Falls        7.26     7.13     2.53     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       30651    0    0  79135    1    0   84138    3     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0649        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Kingman                 7.90    12.60     2.94     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       30860    0    0  68005    1    0   63486    2     2
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0915        Windmill Inns - Tucson                               36.43     6.71     3.30     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       26640    0    0  60607    1    0   59645    2     0


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             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                         Location Name                      2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO         TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0050        JELD-WEN Risk Management                                 7.49     0.00     3.32     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       22483    0    0   60210    1    0   56235    0     0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0304        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - North Carolina               2.41     8.35     3.68     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       64992    0    0  163094    3    0  167587    6     1
Bob Turner Group                      Greg Milani        0020        JELD-WEN Timber & Ranches                                0.00     5.74     4.30     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    18222    0    0   46466    1    0   34840    1     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0403   Customer Care Windows Division - MidWest                 0.00     0.00     4.52     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    67238    0    0  132616    2    1   13012    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0970        AmeriTitle - Ellensburg                                  0.00     0.00     4.55     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    17438    0    0   43992    1    0   40119    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0947        Running Y Golf Course                                    0.00     4.48     4.84     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    12018    0    0   41319    0    1   44687    1     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0647        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Wedowee                   30.13     1.30     4.95     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       50936    0    0  161647    1    3  154366    0     1
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0414        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Venice                     16.33    13.21     6.11     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       64076    0    0  229258    1    6  227149   10     5
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0654        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Wilkesboro           10.63     0.00     6.22     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       11381    0    0   32175    1    0   34849    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0406   Customer Care Windows Division - West                    0.00     0.00     6.23     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    51024    0    0   96261    3    0       0    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0407        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Corsicana                  22.60     7.25     6.40     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       68942    0    0  187487    6    0  193163    6     1
Dave Bleha Group                      Greg Milani        0010        JELD-WEN Engineering                                    10.79    10.20     6.78     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%      105766    0    0  265530    8    1  254808   11     2
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0911        Windmill Inns - Medford                                 30.83    21.84     7.53     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       22594    0    0   53090    2    0   54940    5     1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0271        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington                   12.26     3.91     7.57     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       73209    0    0  211495    6    2  204531    2     2
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0610        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Lake Charles          4.71    14.93     9.03     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       12733    0    0  177111    6    2  160765    9     3
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0917        Windmill Inns - Chandler                                 6.65     0.00     9.97     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       19094    0    0   60156    3    0   59300    0     0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0914        Windmill Inns - Sun City                                 0.00     3.87    13.08     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    21967    0    0   45860    3    0   51710    1     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0632        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Fargo                14.79     7.16    14.48     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       22078    0    0   55247    4    0   55869    2     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0022        Running Y Administration                                 0.00     0.00    14.88     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%     4963    0    0   13441    1    0   11359    0     0
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0874        JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine               32.70     0.00    15.52     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       10277    0    0   25780    1    1   22900    0     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0645        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Knoxville                 37.63     6.45     9.49     2.54     -73.21%     -93.24%    78681    1    0  231895   11    0  248062    7     1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0262        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury                     19.53    10.49     3.43     2.23     -35.07%     -88.59%    89753    1    0  233119    4    0  247882   11     2
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0302        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Iowa                        25.35    12.61     6.42     3.39     -47.20%     -86.64%    59046    1    0  124707    4    0  158604    4     6
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0265        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                     34.49    13.69     6.76     4.68     -30.79%     -86.44%    85533    2    0  266385    9    0  292289   19     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0303        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Washington                  19.33    13.13     3.91     3.18     -18.48%     -83.52%    62797    0    1  153580    3    0  152346   10     0
Jody Wasser Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0463        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Rantoul                    20.60     8.04     7.41     3.40     -54.16%     -83.52%   353435    6    0 1026088   28   10 1169603   33   14
Tom Takach Group                      Ryan Quiggle       0460        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Hawkins                    18.13    11.50     8.59     3.29     -61.66%     -81.82%   424945    4    3 1186870   34   17 1269713   62   11
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0704        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Vista                      26.02     5.89     3.00     4.84       61.44%    -81.41%   165410    4    0  534090    8    0  475721    6     8
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0402        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Mt. Vernon                 19.11    13.05     5.67     3.56     -37.24%     -81.38%   168684    3    0  494073   11    3  612939   34     6
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0614        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Grand Prairie              9.71     0.00     4.26     1.97     -53.64%     -79.66%   101313    1    0  234864    3    2  133147    0     0
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0110        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Sparta              11.46     6.16     4.26     2.46     -42.20%     -78.53%    81296    0    1  234952    4    1  259659    7     1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0958        Eagle Crest - Country Club Management.                  19.71    11.77     4.77     5.04        5.69%    -74.41%    79305    2    0  209544    5    0  203994   11     1
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0240        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                    22.09    12.92     2.73     5.71     109.45%     -74.14%    70008    2    0  219952    3    0  247639   14     2
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0480        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Yakima                     25.53    18.42     9.44     6.65     -29.63%     -73.97%   150482    3    2  423573   16    4  434285   33     7
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0260        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                     27.52     9.92    10.47     7.21     -31.08%     -73.78%   277201    8    2  764135   39    1  282241   12     2
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0404        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Vinyl             13.84    11.59    11.18     3.82     -65.83%     -72.40%   104715    2    0  268336   12    3  293450   15     2
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0702        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stockton                   18.67    11.64     5.93     5.45       -8.20%    -70.84%   110173    3    0  303406    9    0  360953   20     1
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0241        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs             19.35     4.28     7.60     5.70     -25.01%     -70.55%   105262    3    0  236795    9    0  233566    4     1
Tom Takach Group                      Ryan Quiggle       0450        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Bend                       23.29    11.90     5.18     7.02       35.63%    -69.85%   427204    9    6 1004352   17    9 1041636   53     9
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0270        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                      33.48     5.13     7.25    11.75       62.18%    -64.89%   272291   12    4  551990   19    1  312014    4     4
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0243        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington                   12.47     7.68     8.57     4.46     -47.99%     -64.24%   134538    3    0  326557    7    7  312321   11     1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0272        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee                   26.97     9.08     8.77     9.65        9.98%    -64.23%    82912    4    0  273569   11    1  286307   12     1
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0406        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stayton                    17.80    14.44     7.29     6.40     -12.12%     -64.03%   156171    5    0  466612   15    2  540203   35     4
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0301        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Oregon                      18.58    10.68     1.43     6.96     386.75%     -62.52%    57450    1    1  139819    1    0  131131    6     1
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0403        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Grinnell                   27.81     7.35    12.04    10.96       -9.02%    -60.59%   127755    3    4  365319   19    3  353655   12     1
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0932        Silver Mountain                                         30.07    24.68    20.39    13.64     -33.12%     -54.64%   102649    4    3  196152   18    2  162065   11     9
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0413        JELD-WEN / Window Division - El Cajon                   16.02    10.22     8.48     7.30     -13.92%     -54.45%   191872    5    2  519091   15    7  704397   22   14
Paul Lyle Group                       Roy Bowman         0601        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Phoenix              18.45     8.71     9.46     8.52       -9.92%    -53.82%    93886    3    1  253713   12    0  229655    5     5
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0410        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Cheyenne                   27.32    17.01    14.82    12.66     -14.61%     -53.67%   126418    8    0  418286   30    1  388042   30     3
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0269        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                      18.68     7.58    11.55     9.29     -19.53%     -50.26%    64579    3    0  155905    7    2  158264    6     0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0913        Windmill Inns - Ashland                                 11.02    16.28     9.25     5.67     -38.76%     -48.57%    35298    1    0   86472    3    1   85989    7     0
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0101        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls       13.92     9.85     9.07     7.26     -20.02%     -47.89%   137810    4    1  374742   14    3  385815   12     7
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0263        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle                   16.65     7.80    11.35     8.94     -21.28%     -46.33%    67148    3    0  193823    2    9  205244    4     4
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0640        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Coral Springs        12.97    15.98     3.84     7.20       87.30%    -44.48%   138904    3    2  364234    5    2  362977   21     8
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0109        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Bend                12.58     9.39     3.98     7.24       81.99%    -42.48%   138179    3    2  352058    7    0  383210   17     1


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             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                        Location Name                        2003     2005     2006     2007    Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO         TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0945        Running Y Ranch Resort - Lodge                           18.02     9.33    22.33    11.57   -48.20%     -35.81%    34582    1    1   98528   10    1   85773    1     3
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0381        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas                6.63     4.42     5.72     4.65   -18.77%     -29.91%    43030    0    1  104861    3    0   90556    2     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0600        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Ocoee                      13.86    23.99    10.36     9.80     -5.38%    -29.29%    61230    2    1  173813    7    2  150066   18     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0644        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution -Tampa                  14.02    13.93    12.32    10.66   -13.46%     -23.94%    56275    1    2  178560    8    3  157935    7     4
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0650        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Austell               16.41    12.70     7.32    13.76     87.91%    -16.15%    72670    3    2  218490    7    1  204788   11     2
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0946        Running Y Resort Management                              17.02    12.03    10.30    15.03     45.93%    -11.66%    26606    2    0   58239    3    0   49893    1     2
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0613        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Rockford                   21.79    11.53    15.01    20.95     39.57%     -3.87%    38189    4    0  159900   11    1  173421    9     1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0267        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                       14.68     0.76     7.78    15.69   101.54%       6.88%    76486    3    3  282612    6    5  264869    0     1
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0765        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Des Moines            25.33    11.14    18.62    28.40     52.56%     12.14%    21125    2    1   64458    6    0   71821    4     0
Doug Kintzinger Group                 Don Baxter         0001        JELD-WEN, inc.                                            1.50     1.56     1.89     1.76     -6.80%     17.83%   793722    3    4 1902313   14    4 1799083   12     2
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0415        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Gainesville                 16.33    15.29    16.06    20.19     25.72%     23.60%    49534    5    0  161912   13    0  196257   15     0
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0204        JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh                   4.90     8.56     4.83     6.36     31.52%     29.66%   125818    3    1  413685    5    5  397160   14     3
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0952        Eagle Crest - The Inn at                                  5.59     4.24     0.00     8.14   814.50%      45.64%    24555    1    0   45965    0    0   47153    1     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0652        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Jackson                4.31    13.02    11.34     6.53   -42.43%      51.27%    61290    2    0  141134    7    1  107551    4     3
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0956        Eagle Ridge Golf Course                                   4.16     4.09     2.06     6.76   227.88%      62.25%    29607    0    1   97075    0    1   97716    2     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0651        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - North Wilksboro        8.57    13.26     6.45    18.39   185.30%    114.69%     87006    4    4  248224    6    2  256409   13     4
Jody Wasser Group                     Ryan Quiggle       0466        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Wood                4.47     5.29     5.71     9.82     71.90%   119.53%    101861    5    0  280157    6    2  302729    7     1
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0961        AmeriTitle - Bend                                         1.28     0.00     0.00     3.06   306.15%    139.00%     65328    1    0  184627    0    0  185252    0     0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0903        Harbor Links                                              3.20     0.00     7.00     9.38     34.00%   192.96%     21325    1    0   57151    1    1   61143    0     0
Linda Stelle Group                    Don Baxter         0965        AmeriTitle - Medford                                      0.00     0.00     0.00     5.27   527.40%    527.40%     37922    1    0  110977    0    0  127112    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0402   Customer Care Windows Division - East                     0.00     0.00     0.00     5.66   565.88%    565.88%     35343    1    0   60951    0    0       0    0     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0618        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - North Springfield               0.00     0.00     0.00    13.46 1345.67% 1345.67%        29725    1    1       0    0    0       0    0     0
Rick Parker Group                     Don Baxter         0053        JELD-WEN Research and Development                         0.00     7.38     9.59    14.71     53.36% 1471.40%      27185    2    0   62537    2    1   54199    2     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0275        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Ringtown                        0.00     0.00     0.00    15.80 1579.74% 1579.74%        37981    3    0       0    0    0       0    0     0
Bob Turner Group                      Greg Milani        0019        JELD-WEN Logging Company                                  0.00     0.00     9.48    15.81     66.73% 1581.15%      12649    1    0   21090    1    0    1402    0     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0615        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Edison                      0.00     6.57     6.18    16.90   173.48% 1690.33%       35496    2    1   97075    3    0   60927    1     1
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0910        Windmill Inns - Administration                            0.00     0.00     0.00    38.02 3802.28% 3802.28%         5260    1    0   14635    0    0   14987    0     0

                                                                     United States Summary:                                  15.92     9.45     6.46     5.40   -16.39%   -66.04%

                                                                     Canada Summary:                                         28.54    15.53    12.34     9.96   -19.28%   -65.10%




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                                      WCIR Summary - Group Summary Results through May 2007


                                                                          06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007           2006 2006           2005 2005
             Group Name               2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO           TL 2005 MH MO       TL
Bob Turner Group                        0.00     5.52     5.92     6.48        9.42%   647.86%    30,871    1    0    67,556    2    0    36,242     1    0
Chad Turner Group                       5.10     6.52     4.40     4.47        1.59%    -12.36% 179,102     3    1 545,870      6    6 521,650      14    3
Charlie Taylor Group                    1.71     0.89     1.33     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%      61,147    0    0 150,632      1    0 224,638       0    1
Craig Turner Group                     21.93     6.96     6.99     6.02      -13.82%    -72.54% 631,060    16    3 1,889,240   47   19 1,896,228    54  12
Dan Malicki Group                       0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    8,073    0    0    19,643    0    0    19,366     0    0
Dan Marston Group                      23.54    11.86     8.85     5.48      -38.09%    -76.72% 693,539    15    4 1,785,351   71    8 1,568,558    82  11
Dave Bleha Group                       10.79    10.20     6.78     0.00    -100.00% -100.00% 105,766        0    0 265,530      8    1 254,808      11    2
Don Schneider Group                    12.29     8.40     6.00     6.00       -0.08%    -51.21% 400,315     7    5 1,066,613   28    4 1,119,240    38    9
Doug Kintzinger Group                   1.50     1.56     1.89     1.76       -6.80%     17.83% 793,722     3    4 1,902,313   14    4 1,799,083    12    2
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.        0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%   33,163    0    0    82,128    0    0    45,877     0    0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.          7.15     7.72     2.59     4.02       55.15%    -43.70% 198,764     3    1 462,559      5    1 492,383      17    2
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links               3.05     0.00     5.19     6.54       25.96%   114.38%    30,594    1    0    77,074    1    1    83,280     0    0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.     9.99     6.59    12.34     8.71      -29.44%    -12.85%   91,860    3    1 259,265     14    2 242,766       3    5
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain           30.07    23.13    18.73    11.60      -38.05%    -61.42% 120,674     4    3 213,594     18    2 172,971      11    9
Jody Wasser Group                      17.81     7.47     7.04     4.83      -31.39%    -72.86% 455,296    11    0 1,306,245   34   12 1,472,332    40  15
Joe Tomtishen Group                    14.08    13.20    10.15     6.14      -39.48%    -56.36% 227,914     7    0 689,714     26    9 742,555      41    8
John Cauvin Group                      16.35    11.37     7.18     2.68      -62.70%    -83.63% 149,417     2    0 362,274     12    1 369,494      20    1
John Pierce Group                      15.98    11.30     2.94     2.38      -19.07%    -85.12% 336,426     2    2 816,787     12    0 761,163      30  13
Linda Stelle Group                      1.45     0.60     0.20     1.10     456.86%     -23.96% 362,277     2    0 1,008,693    1    0 997,631       2    1
Paul Lyle Group                        13.03    13.43     8.36     9.86       18.01%    -24.33% 669,229    20   13 1,986,294   70   13 1,876,823    97  29
Rick Parker Group                       1.46     2.59     2.51     3.13       24.79%   114.17% 127,763      2    0 318,880      3    1 308,680       4    0
Rod Harlin Group                       21.98     6.60     6.34     4.28      -32.47%    -80.51% 607,094    12    1 1,576,790   38   12 1,453,514    39    9
Stuart Kintzinger Group                28.14     8.34     9.76    10.28        5.35%    -63.47% 681,083    28    7 1,476,025   69    3 767,676      25    7
Tom Meyer Group                        22.75    11.93     6.77     6.20       -8.35%    -72.75% 774,108    20    4 2,246,772   63   13 2,515,559 116    34
Tom Takach Group                       20.16    11.68     7.03     5.16      -26.53%    -74.39% 852,149    13    9 2,191,222   51   26 2,311,349 115    20

United States Summary:                15.92      9.45    6.46     5.40      -16.39%    -66.04%

Canada Summary:                       28.54    15.53    12.34     9.96      -19.28%    -65.10%




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                                                                                WCIR Summary - Group Detail Results through May 2007

                                                                                                                                                             06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007       2006 2006         2005 2005
           Group Name              FieldServicesMgr   LocID                      Location Name                           2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO       TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Bob Turner Group                   Greg Milani      0020          JELD-WEN Timber & Ranches                                0.00     5.74     4.30     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    18222    0    0 46466    1    0   34840    1     0
Bob Turner Group                   Greg Milani      0019          JELD-WEN Logging Company                                 0.00     0.00     9.48    15.81       66.73% 1581.15%      12649    1    0 21090    1    0    1402    0     0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      0.00     5.52     5.92     6.48       9.42%    647.86%     30,871   1    0    67,556   2     0    36,242       1   0

Chad Turner Group                  Roy Bowman         0210        JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                        6.19      0.00    0.00      0.00       0.00%   -100.00%    43007    0    0   106405    0     0   101590     0      0
Chad Turner Group                  Roy Bowman         0874        JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine              32.70      0.00   15.52      0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%    10277    0    0    25780    1     1    22900     0      0
Chad Turner Group                  Roy Bowman         0204        JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh                 4.90      8.56    4.83      6.36      31.52%     29.66%   125818    3    1   413685    5     5   397160    14      3
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      5.10     6.52     4.40     4.47       1.59%     -12.36%   179,102   3    1   545,870   6     6   521,650   14      3

Charlie Taylor Group               Kelly Beegle       0049        JELD-WEN Health Benefits                                 0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     3239    0    0     9198    0     0    20560        0   0
Charlie Taylor Group               Kelly Beegle       0051        Shasta Administrative Services                           0.00     1.35     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    35425    0    0    81224    0     0   147843        0   1
Charlie Taylor Group               Kelly Beegle       0050        JELD-WEN Risk Management                                 7.49     0.00     3.32     0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%    22483    0    0    60210    1     0    56235        0   0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      1.71     0.89     1.33     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    61,147   0    0   150,632   1     0   224,638       0   1

Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0274        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids                6.93      0.84    1.47     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    91440    0    0   272332     2    0   236842     0      1
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0271        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington                  12.26      3.91    7.57     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    73209    0    0   211495     6    2   204531     2      2
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0262        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury                    19.53     10.49    3.43     2.23      -35.07%    -88.59%    89753    1    0   233119     4    0   247882    11      2
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0265        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                    34.49     13.69    6.76     4.68      -30.79%    -86.44%    85533    2    0   266385     9    0   292289    19      1
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0272        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee                  26.97      9.08    8.77     9.65        9.98%    -64.23%    82912    4    0   273569    11    1   286307    12      1
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0269        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                     18.68      7.58   11.55     9.29      -19.53%    -50.26%    64579    3    0   155905     7    2   158264     6      0
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0263        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle                  16.65      7.80   11.35     8.94      -21.28%    -46.33%    67148    3    0   193823     2    9   205244     4      4
Craig Turner Group                 Greg Milani        0267        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                     14.68      0.76    7.78    15.69      101.54%      6.88%    76486    3    3   282612     6    5   264869     0      1
                                                                                                       Group Totals:     21.93     6.96     6.99     6.02      -13.82%    -72.54%   631,060   16   3 1,889,240   47   19 1,896,228   54      12

Dan Malicki Group                  Don Baxter         0059        JELD-WEN International Supply                            0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%      8073    0    0    19643    0     0    19366        0   0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%      8,073   0    0    19,643   0     0    19,366       0   0

Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0408        Customer Care Windows Division - Admin                  0.00      0.00    0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     5097    0    0    21883     0    0     7747     0      0
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0704   Customer Care Windows Division - SouthWest              0.00      0.00    0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    43038    0    0     8475     0    0        0     0      0
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0403   Customer Care Windows Division - MidWest                0.00      0.00    4.52     0.00     -100.00%      0.00%    67238    0    0   132616     2    1    13012     0      0
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0406   Customer Care Windows Division - West                   0.00      0.00    6.23     0.00     -100.00%      0.00%    51024    0    0    96261     3    0        0     0      0
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0407        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Corsicana                 22.60      7.25    6.40     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    68942    0    0   187487     6    0   193163     6      1
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0402        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Mt. Vernon                19.11     13.05    5.67     3.56      -37.24%    -81.38%   168684    3    0   494073    11    3   612939    34      6
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0403        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Grinnell                  27.81      7.35   12.04    10.96       -9.02%    -60.59%   127755    3    4   365319    19    3   353655    12      1
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0410        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Cheyenne                  27.32     17.01   14.82    12.66      -14.61%    -53.67%   126418    8    0   418286    30    1   388042    30      3
Dan Marston Group                  Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0402   Customer Care Windows Division - East                   0.00      0.00    0.00     5.66      565.88%    565.88%    35343    1    0    60951     0    0        0     0      0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:     23.54    11.86     8.85     5.48      -38.09%    -76.72%   693,539   15   4 1,785,351   71    8 1,568,558   82      11

Dave Bleha Group                   Greg Milani        0010        JELD-WEN Engineering                                   10.79     10.20     6.78     0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   105766    0    0   265530    8     1   254808    11      2
                                                                                                       Group Totals:     10.79    10.20     6.78     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   105,766   0    0   265,530   8     1   254,808   11      2

Don Schneider Group                Eric Wennerth      0110        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Sparta             11.46      6.16     4.26     2.46     -42.20%    -78.53%    81296    0    1   234952     4    1   259659     7      1
Don Schneider Group                Eric Wennerth      0101        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls      13.92      9.85     9.07     7.26     -20.02%    -47.89%   137810    4    1   374742    14    3   385815    12      7
Don Schneider Group                Eric Wennerth      0109        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Bend               12.58      9.39     3.98     7.24      81.99%    -42.48%   138179    3    2   352058     7    0   383210    17      1
Don Schneider Group                Eric Wennerth      0381        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas              6.63      4.42     5.72     4.65     -18.77%    -29.91%    43030    0    1   104861     3    0    90556     2      0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:     12.29     8.40     6.00     6.00       -0.08%    -51.21%   400,315   7    5 1,066,613   28    4 1,119,240   38      9

Doug Kintzinger Group              Don Baxter         0001        JELD-WEN, inc.                                           1.50     1.56     1.89     1.76      -6.80%    17.83%    793722    3    4   1902313   14    4   1799083   12      2
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      1.50     1.56     1.89     1.76       -6.80%    17.83%    793,722   3    4 1,902,313   14    4 1,799,083   12      2

Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.   Don Baxter         0920        Brasada Ranch, Inc.                                      0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%      3322    0    0    10784    0     0     2864        0   0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.   Don Baxter         0921        Brasada Ranch Sales and Marketing                        0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%      7042    0    0    30525    0     0    23642        0   0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.   Don Baxter         0922        Brasada Ranch Golf                                       0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%     10142    0    0    21436    0     0    13537        0   0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.   Don Baxter         0923        Brasada Ranch Mgmnt Co.                                  0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%      8585    0    0    19383    0     0     5834        0   0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.   Don Baxter         0938        Brasada Ranch Hotel & Rental Mgmnt                       0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%      4072    0    0        0    0     0        0        0   0
                                                                                                       Group Totals:      0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     33,163   0    0    82,128   0     0    45,877       0   0


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                                                                                                                                                          06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %         2007 2007     2006 2006        2005 2005
            Group Name                FieldServicesMgr     LocID                        Location Name                     2003    2005    2006    2007     Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO    TL 2005 MH MO    TL

Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0908        Eagle Crest Resort Corp.                              0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00      0.00%       0.00%     4499    0    0        0    0     0        0     0      0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0950        Eagle Crest, Inc.                                     0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00      0.00%       0.00%    50534    0    0    65700    0     0    48853     0      0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0959        Cline Butte Utility Co.                               0.00   36.03    0.00    0.00      0.00%       0.00%     3389    0    0    10895    0     0    11103     2      0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0951        Eagle Crest Sales & Marketing                         1.31    4.79    0.00    0.00      0.00%    -100.00%     6875    0    0    33380    0     0    83564     1      1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0958        Eagle Crest - Country Club Management.               19.71   11.77    4.77    5.04      5.69%     -74.41%    79305    2    0   209544    5     0   203994    11      1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0952        Eagle Crest - The Inn at                              5.59    4.24    0.00    8.14    814.50%      45.64%    24555    1    0    45965    0     0    47153     1      0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0956        Eagle Ridge Golf Course                               4.16    4.09    2.06    6.76    227.88%      62.25%    29607    0    1    97075    0     1    97716     2      0
                                                                                                          Group Totals:    7.15    7.72    2.59    4.02     55.15%     -43.70%   198,764   3    1   462,559   5     1   492,383   17      2

Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0904        Harbor Isles Tennis Club                              0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00      0.00%      0.00%      9269    0    0    19923    0     0    22137        0   0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0903        Harbor Links                                          3.20    0.00    7.00    9.38     34.00%    192.96%     21325    1    0    57151    1     1    61143        0   0
                                                                                                          Group Totals:    3.05    0.00    5.19    6.54     25.96%    114.38%     30,594   1    0    77,074   1     1    83,280       0   0

Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0906        Running Y Pool Management                             0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     4221    0    0    14780     0    0    12852        0   0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0948        Running Y Utility                                     0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     1708    0    0     2605     0    0     3016        0   0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0949        Running Y Resort                                      0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     7762    0    0    30353     0    0    35186        0   0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0947        Running Y Golf Course                                 0.00    4.48    4.84    0.00    -100.00%      0.00%    12018    0    0    41319     0    1    44687        1   0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0022        Running Y Administration                              0.00    0.00   14.88    0.00    -100.00%      0.00%     4963    0    0    13441     1    0    11359        0   0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0945        Running Y Ranch Resort - Lodge                       18.02    9.33   22.33   11.57     -48.20%    -35.81%    34582    1    1    98528    10    1    85773        1   3
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0946        Running Y Resort Management                          17.02   12.03   10.30   15.03      45.93%    -11.66%    26606    2    0    58239     3    0    49893        1   2
                                                                                                          Group Totals:    9.99    6.59   12.34    8.71     -29.44%    -12.85%    91,860   3    1   259,265   14    2   242,766       3   5

Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0909        Galena Ridge                                          0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     2912    0    0        0     0    0        0     0      0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0930        Silver Waterpark                                      0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%      560    0    0        0     0    0        0     0      0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0934        Silver Mountain Sales & Marketing                     0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     4484    0    0    17442     0    0    10906     0      0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0937        Silver Mountain Rental Management                     0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%    10069    0    0        0     0    0        0     0      0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0932        Silver Mountain                                      30.07   24.68   20.39   13.64     -33.12%    -54.64%   102649    4    3   196152    18    2   162065    11      9
                                                                                                          Group Totals:   30.07   23.13   18.73   11.60     -38.05%    -61.42%   120,674   4    3   213,594   18    2   172,971   11      9

Jody Wasser Group                     Scott Defenbaugh 0463          JELD-WEN / Window Division - Rantoul                 20.60    8.04    7.41    3.40     -54.16%   -83.52%    353435    6    0   1026088   28   10   1169603   33      14
Jody Wasser Group                     Ryan Quiggle     0466          JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Wood            4.47    5.29    5.71    9.82      71.90%   119.53%    101861    5    0    280157    6    2    302729    7       1
                                                                                                          Group Totals:   17.81    7.47    7.04    4.83     -31.39%    -72.86%   455,296   11   0 1,306,245   34   12 1,472,332   40      15

Joe Tomtishen Group                   Scott Defenbaugh   0404.0475   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Charlotte               15.67   15.56    0.00    0.00       0.00%   -100.00%     9589    0    0    30208     0    0    25699     1      1
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0414        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Venice                  16.33   13.21    6.11    0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%    64076    0    0   229258     1    6   227149    10      5
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0404        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Vinyl          13.84   11.59   11.18    3.82     -65.83%    -72.40%   104715    2    0   268336    12    3   293450    15      2
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0415        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Gainesville             16.33   15.29   16.06   20.19      25.72%     23.60%    49534    5    0   161912    13    0   196257    15      0
                                                                                                          Group Totals:   14.08   13.20   10.15    6.14     -39.48%    -56.36%   227,914   7    0   689,714   26    9   742,555   41      8

John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0912        Windmill Inns - Roseburg                             24.11   23.30    0.00    0.00    0.00%      -100.00%    18564    0    0    41454    0     0    42923        5   0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0915        Windmill Inns - Tucson                               36.43    6.71    3.30    0.00 -100.00%      -100.00%    26640    0    0    60607    1     0    59645        2   0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0911        Windmill Inns - Medford                              30.83   21.84    7.53    0.00 -100.00%      -100.00%    22594    0    0    53090    2     0    54940        5   1
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0917        Windmill Inns - Chandler                              6.65    0.00    9.97    0.00 -100.00%      -100.00%    19094    0    0    60156    3     0    59300        0   0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0914        Windmill Inns - Sun City                              0.00    3.87   13.08    0.00 -100.00%         0.00%    21967    0    0    45860    3     0    51710        1   0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0913        Windmill Inns - Ashland                              11.02   16.28    9.25    5.67  -38.76%       -48.57%    35298    1    0    86472    3     1    85989        7   0
John Cauvin Group                     Don Baxter         0910        Windmill Inns - Administration                        0.00    0.00    0.00   38.02 3802.28%      3802.28%     5260    1    0    14635    0     0    14987        0   0
                                                                                                          Group Totals:   16.35   11.37    7.18    2.68     -62.70%    -83.63%   149,417   2    0   362,274   12    1   369,494   20      1

John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330        JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - Washington             0.00   14.24    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     5536    0    0    13935    0     0    14041     1      0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330.0400   JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - West Virginia          0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00       0.00%      0.00%     3298    0    0     8151    0     0     8503     0      0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0306        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - West Virginia            19.20   12.41    0.00    0.00       0.00%   -100.00%    51844    0    0   131569    0     0   128951     3      5
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0307        JELD-WEN / Wood Fiber-Garage Doors-Iowa               0.00    0.00    2.44    0.00    -100.00%      0.00%    31463    0    0    81932    1     0        0     0      0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0304        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - North Carolina            2.41    8.35    3.68    0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%    64992    0    0   163094    3     0   167587     6      1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0302        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Iowa                     25.35   12.61    6.42    3.39     -47.20%    -86.64%    59046    1    0   124707    4     0   158604     4      6
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0303        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Washington               19.33   13.13    3.91    3.18     -18.48%    -83.52%    62797    0    1   153580    3     0   152346    10      0


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                                                                      WCIR Summary - Group Detail Results through May 2007

                                                                                                                                                    06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
            Group Name       FieldServicesMgr   LocID                    Location Name                          2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO     TL
John Pierce Group            Rob Kaufman      0301      JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Oregon                       18.58    10.68     1.43     6.96     386.75%     -62.52%    57450    1    1 139819    1    0  131131    6     1
                                                                                             Group Totals:      15.98    11.30     2.94     2.38      -19.07%    -85.12%   336,426   2     2   816,787   12    0   761,163   30      13

Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0960    AmeriTitle - Klamath Falls                               0.00      3.01     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    24416    0     0    66625    0     0    66345        1   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0962    AmeriTitle - Prineville                                  0.00      5.02     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    14303    0     0    43842    0     0    39876        0   1
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0963    AmeriTitle - Pendleton                                   0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    11755    0     0    35457    0     0    36194        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0966    American Exchange Services                               0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     4031    0     0    11955    0     0    10524        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0969    AmeriTitle - Hood River                                  0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     7089    0     0    18518    0     0    18384        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0971    AmeriTitle - Ontario                                     0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     3046    0     0     9486    0     0     8123        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0972    AmeriTitle - Burns                                       0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     2480    0     0     5912    0     0     6094        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0973    AmeriTitle - Baker                                       0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     4294    0     0    10465    0     0    11303        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0974    AmeriTitle - Lakeview                                    0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     3216    0     0     8950    0     0     6863        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0975    AmeriTitle - Cascade                                     0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    17714    0     0    55811    0     0    55745        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0976    AmeriTitle - Roseburg                                    0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    17447    0     0    53687    0     0    57666        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0978    AmeriTitle - White Salmon                                0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     6957    0     0    17290    0     0    18341        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0979    AmeriTitle - Idaho West                                  0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    13697    0     0    36200    0     0    33749        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0980    AmeriTitle - Idaho Falls                                 0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%    20340    0     0    54534    0     0    53286        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0981    AmeriTitle - McMinnville                                 0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     1605    0     0     3370    0     0        0        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0982    AmeriTitle - Pocatello                                   0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     9577    0     0    20643    0     0        0        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0989    AmeriTitle - Administration                              0.00      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%      0.00%     4832    0     0    13224    0     0    13108        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0964    AmeriTitle - Salem                                       3.26      1.26     0.00     0.00       0.00%   -100.00%    58785    0     0   155986    0     0   158583        1   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0977    AmeriTitle - Sun Valley                                  5.98      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%   -100.00%     9162    0     0    27714    0     0    34088        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0968    AmeriTitle - The Dalles                                 12.62      0.00     0.00     0.00       0.00%   -100.00%     6843    0     0    19428    0     0    16876        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0970    AmeriTitle - Ellensburg                                  0.00      0.00     4.55     0.00    -100.00%      0.00%    17438    0     0    43992    1     0    40119        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0961    AmeriTitle - Bend                                        1.28      0.00     0.00     3.06     306.15%    139.00%    65328    1     0   184627    0     0   185252        0   0
Linda Stelle Group           Don Baxter         0965    AmeriTitle - Medford                                     0.00      0.00     0.00     5.27     527.40%    527.40%    37922    1     0   110977    0     0   127112        0   0
                                                                                             Group Totals:       1.45     0.60     0.20     1.10     456.86%     -23.96%   362,277   2     0 1,008,693   1     0   997,631       2   1

Paul Lyle Group              Scott Defenbaugh   0630    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Sioux Falls           7.26      7.13    2.53     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    30651    0     0    79135     1    0    84138     3      0
Paul Lyle Group              Scott Defenbaugh   0654    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Wilkesboro           10.63      0.00    6.22     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    11381    0     0    32175     1    0    34849     0      0
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0610    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Lake Charles          4.71     14.93    9.03     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    12733    0     0   177111     6    2   160765     9      3
Paul Lyle Group              Scott Defenbaugh   0632    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Fargo                14.79      7.16   14.48     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    22078    0     0    55247     4    0    55869     2      0
Paul Lyle Group              Roy Bowman         0601    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Phoenix              18.45      8.71    9.46     8.52       -9.92%    -53.82%    93886    3     1   253713    12    0   229655     5      5
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0640    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Coral Springs        12.97     15.98    3.84     7.20       87.30%    -44.48%   138904    3     2   364234     5    2   362977    21      8
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0600    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Ocoee                     13.86     23.99   10.36     9.80       -5.38%    -29.29%    61230    2     1   173813     7    2   150066    18      0
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0644    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution -Tampa                 14.02     13.93   12.32    10.66      -13.46%    -23.94%    56275    1     2   178560     8    3   157935     7      4
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0650    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Austell              16.41     12.70    7.32    13.76       87.91%    -16.15%    72670    3     2   218490     7    1   204788    11      2
Paul Lyle Group              Scott Defenbaugh   0765    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Des Moines           25.33     11.14   18.62    28.40       52.56%     12.14%    21125    2     1    64458     6    0    71821     4      0
Paul Lyle Group              Ryan Quiggle       0652    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Jackson               4.31     13.02   11.34     6.53      -42.43%     51.27%    61290    2     0   141134     7    1   107551     4      3
Paul Lyle Group              Scott Defenbaugh   0651    JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - North Wilksboro       8.57     13.26    6.45    18.39      185.30%    114.69%    87006    4     4   248224     6    2   256409    13      4
                                                                                             Group Totals:      13.03    13.43     8.36     9.86      18.01%     -24.33%   669,229   20   13 1,986,294   70   13 1,876,823   97      29

Rick Parker Group            Don Baxter         0755    Creative Media Development                                1.75     1.57     0.78    0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   100578    0     0   256343    1     0   254481        2   0
Rick Parker Group            Don Baxter         0053    JELD-WEN Research and Development                         0.00     7.38     9.59   14.71       53.36%   1471.40%    27185    2     0    62537    2     1    54199        2   0
                                                                                             Group Totals:       1.46     2.59     2.51     3.13      24.79%    114.17%    127,763   2     0   318,880   3     1   308,680       4   0

Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0649    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Kingman                    7.90     12.60     2.94    0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    30860    0     0    68005     1    0    63486     2      2
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0647    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Wedowee                   30.13      1.30     4.95    0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    50936    0     0   161647     1    3   154366     0      1
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0645    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Knoxville                 37.63      6.45     9.49    2.54      -73.21%    -93.24%    78681    1     0   231895    11    0   248062     7      1
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0614    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Grand Prairie              9.71      0.00     4.26    1.97      -53.64%    -79.66%   101313    1     0   234864     3    2   133147     0      0
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0240    JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                    22.09     12.92     2.73    5.71      109.45%    -74.14%    70008    2     0   219952     3    0   247639    14      2
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0241    JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs             19.35      4.28     7.60    5.70      -25.01%    -70.55%   105262    3     0   236795     9    0   233566     4      1
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0243    JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington                   12.47      7.68     8.57    4.46      -47.99%    -64.24%   134538    3     0   326557     7    7   312321    11      1
Rod Harlin Group             Denise Carmody     0615    JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Edison                     0.00      6.57     6.18   16.90      173.48%   1690.33%    35496    2     1    97075     3    0    60927     1      1
                                                                                             Group Totals:      21.98     6.60     6.34     4.28      -32.47%    -80.51%   607,094   12    1 1,576,790   38   12 1,453,514   39      9



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                                                                       WCIR Summary - Group Detail Results through May 2007

                                                                                                                                                06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
             Group Name      FieldServicesMgr     LocID                    Location Name                      2003     2005     2006     2007    Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0616      JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Pataskala               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00      0.00%      0.00%    25696    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0260      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                  27.52     9.92    10.47     7.21   -31.08%     -73.78%   277201    8    2 764135   39    1  282241   12     2
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0270      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                   33.48     5.13     7.25    11.75     62.18%    -64.89%   272291   12    4 551990   19    1  312014    4     4
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0613      JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Rockford               21.79    11.53    15.01    20.95     39.57%     -3.87%    38189    4    0 159900   11    1  173421    9     1
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0618      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - North Springfield           0.00     0.00     0.00    13.46 1345.67% 1345.67%        29725    1    1      0    0    0       0    0     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group      Greg Milani        0275      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Ringtown                    0.00     0.00     0.00    15.80 1579.74% 1579.74%        37981    3    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
                                                                                              Group Totals:   28.14     8.34     9.76    10.28    5.35%    -63.47%   681,083   28   7 1,476,025   69    3   767,676   25    7

Tom Meyer Group              Roy Bowman         0704      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Vista                  26.02      5.89     3.00    4.84    61.44%   -81.41%   165410    4    0   534090     8    0   475721     6     8
Tom Meyer Group              Roy Bowman         0480      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Yakima                 25.53     18.42     9.44    6.65   -29.63%   -73.97%   150482    3    2   423573    16    4   434285    33     7
Tom Meyer Group              Roy Bowman         0702      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stockton               18.67     11.64     5.93    5.45    -8.20%   -70.84%   110173    3    0   303406     9    0   360953    20     1
Tom Meyer Group              Roy Bowman         0406      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stayton                17.80     14.44     7.29    6.40   -12.12%   -64.03%   156171    5    0   466612    15    2   540203    35     4
Tom Meyer Group              Roy Bowman         0413      JELD-WEN / Window Division - El Cajon               16.02     10.22     8.48    7.30   -13.92%   -54.45%   191872    5    2   519091    15    7   704397    22    14
                                                                                              Group Totals:   22.75    11.93     6.77     6.20    -8.35%   -72.75%   774,108   20   4 2,246,772   63   13 2,515,559   116   34

Tom Takach Group             Ryan Quiggle       0460      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Hawkins                18.13     11.50     8.59    3.29   -61.66%   -81.82%   424945    4    3   1186870   34   17   1269713   62    11
Tom Takach Group             Ryan Quiggle       0450      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Bend                   23.29     11.90     5.18    7.02    35.63%   -69.85%   427204    9    6   1004352   17    9   1041636   53     9
                                                                                              Group Totals:   20.16    11.68     7.03     5.16   -26.53%   -74.39%   852,149   13   9 2,191,222   51   26 2,311,349   115   20

                                                          United States Summary:                              15.92     9.45     6.46     5.40   -16.39%   -66.04%

                                                          Canada Summary:                                     28.54    15.53    12.34     9.96   -19.28%   -65.10%




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                                                                           WCIR by Group Detail (Resort Group) - Results through Mar '07




                                      Field Services                                                                                                 06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %           2007 2007       2006 2006         2005 2005
            Group Name                     Mgr          LocID               Location Name                  2003        2005      2006      2007       Change     Change     2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO       TL 2005 MH MO TL
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter       0920     Brasada Ranch, Inc.                           0.00        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     1920    0    0 10784    0    0    2864    0    0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter       0921     Brasada Ranch Sales and Marketing             0.00        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     4261    0    0 30525    0    0   23642    0    0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter       0922     Brasada Ranch Golf                            0.00        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     5200    0    0 21436    0    0   13537    0    0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter       0923     Brasada Ranch Mgmnt Co.                       0.00        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     4848    0    0 19383    0    0    5834    0    0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter       0938     Brasada Ranch Hotel & Rental Mgmnt            0.00        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     2434    0    0     0    0    0       0    0    0
                                                                                           Group Totals:     0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%     0.00%    18663    0    0   82128    0    0    45877      0    0

Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0908     Eagle Crest Resort Corp.                     0.00         0.00      0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    2577    0    0        0   0    0        0       0   0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0950     Eagle Crest, Inc.                            0.00         0.00      0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%   29157    0    0    65700   0    0    48853       0   0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0951     Eagle Crest Sales & Marketing                1.31         4.79      0.00     0.00        0.00%   -100.00%    4283    0    0    33380   0    0    83564       1   1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0952     Eagle Crest - The Inn at                     5.59         4.24      0.00     0.00        0.00%   -100.00%   13071    0    0    45965   0    0    47153       1   0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0956     Eagle Ridge Golf Course                      4.16         4.09      2.06    15.04      629.89%    261.19%   13300    0    1    97075   0    1    97716       2   0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0958     Eagle Crest - Country Club Management.      19.71        11.77      4.77     4.13      -13.52%    -79.06%   48463    1    0   209544   5    0   203994      11   1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter       0959     Cline Butte Utility Co.                      0.00        36.03      0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    2100    0    0    10895   0    0    11103       2   0
                                                                                           Group Totals:     7.15         7.72     2.59      3.54       36.51%    -50.46%   112951   1    1   462559   5    1   492383      17   2

Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter       0903     Harbor Links                                  3.20        0.00      7.00    17.69      152.75%   452.57%    11306    1    0   57151    1    1    61143      0    0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter       0904     Harbor Isles Tennis Club                      0.00        0.00      0.00     0.00        0.00%     0.00%     5827    0    0   19923    0    0    22137      0    0
                                                                                           Group Totals:     3.05         0.00     5.19     11.67      124.93%   282.81%    17133    1    0   77074    1    1    83280      0    0

Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0022     Running Y Administration                     0.00         0.00    14.88      0.00     -100.00%      0.00%    3006    0    0   13441     1   0    11359      0    0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0906     Running Y Pool Management                    0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%    2617    0    0   14780     0   0    12852      0    0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0945     Running Y Ranch Resort - Lodge              18.02         9.33    22.33      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   19887    0    0   98528    10   1    85773      1    3
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0946     Running Y Resort Management                 17.02        12.03    10.30     25.24      145.02%     48.32%   15846    2    0   58239     3   0    49893      1    2
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0947     Running Y Golf Course                        0.00         4.48     4.84      0.00     -100.00%      0.00%    5318    0    0   41319     0   1    44687      1    0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0948     Running Y Utility                            0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%    1081    0    0    2605     0   0     3016      0    0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter       0949     Running Y Resort                             0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%    4725    0    0   30353     0   0    35186      0    0
                                                                                           Group Totals:     9.99         6.59    12.34      7.62      -38.25%    -23.72%   52480    2    0   259265   14   2   242766      3    5

Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter       0909     Galena Ridge                                 0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%     498    0    0        0    0   0        0       0   0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter       0932     Silver Mountain                             30.07        24.68    20.39     15.11      -25.92%    -49.76%   79430    3    3   196152   18   2   162065      11   9
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter       0933     Silver Mountain Management                   0.00         0.00     8.52      0.00     -100.00%      0.00%     527    0    0    23474    0   1    11321       0   0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter       0934     Silver Mountain Sales & Marketing            0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%    3124    0    0    17442    0   0    10906       0   0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter       0937     Silver Mountain Rental Management            0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%    6224    0    0        0    0   0        0       0   0
                                                                                           Group Totals:    30.07        21.70    17.72     13.36      -24.58%    -55.56%   89803    3    3   237068   18   3   184292      11   9


                                                                                    US Summary Totals:      15.92         9.42      6.45      5.08     -21.18%    -68.07%

                                                                             Canadian Summary Totals:       28.54        15.53    12.34       8.64     -29.96%    -69.72%




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                                                                      WCIR by Group Detail (Window Group) - Results through Mar '07



                                                                                                                                                      06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %           2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
     Group Name       Field Services Mgr       LocID                    Location Name                       2003      2005        2006      2007       Change     Change     2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO TL
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0402        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Mt. Vernon                19.11     13.05        5.67      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%     92260    0    0 494073   11    3  612939   34    6
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0403        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Grinnell                  27.81      7.35       12.04     15.20       26.22%     -45.33%    65780    2    3 365319   19    3  353655   12    1
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0407        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Corsicana                 22.60      7.25        6.40      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%     39229    0    0 187487    6    0  193163    6    1
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0408        Customer Care Windows Division - Admin                  0.00      0.00        0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%     2854    0    0  21883    0    0    7747    0    0
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0408.0402   Customer Care Windows Division - East                   0.00      0.00        0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%    21478    0    0  60951    0    0       0    0    0
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0408.0403   Customer Care Windows Division - MidWest                0.00      0.00        4.52      0.00     -100.00%       0.00%    39475    0    0 132616    2    1   13012    0    0
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0408.0406   Customer Care Windows Division - West                   0.00      0.00        6.23      0.00     -100.00%       0.00%    30682    0    0  96261    3    0       0    0    0
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0408.0704   Customer Care Windows Division - SouthWest              0.00      0.00        0.00      0.00         0.00%      0.00%    26403    0    0   8475    0    0       0    0    0
Dan Marston Group     Scott Defenbaugh     0410        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Cheyenne                  27.32     17.01       14.82      8.34      -43.76%     -69.48%    71974    3    0 418286   30    1  388042   30    3
                                                                                            Group Totals:    23.54        11.86     8.85      4.10      -53.66%    -82.58%   390135   5    3   1785351   71   8    1568558     82   11

Don Schneider Group   Eric Wennerth        0101        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls     13.92         9.85      9.07      9.71       7.07%    -30.24%   82355    3    1   374742    14   3    385815      12   7
Don Schneider Group   Eric Wennerth        0109        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Bend              12.58         9.39      3.98      6.95      74.66%    -44.79%   86385    2    1   352058     7   0    383210      17   1
Don Schneider Group   Eric Wennerth        0110        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Sparta            11.46         6.16      4.26      0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   49722    0    0   234952     4   1    259659       7   1
Don Schneider Group   Eric Wennerth        0381        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas             6.63         4.42      5.72      0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   27259    0    0   104861     3   0     90556       2   0
                                                                                            Group Totals:    12.29         8.40     6.00      5.70       -5.05%    -53.63%   245721   5    2   1066613   28   4    1119240     38   9

Jody Wasser Group     Scott Defenbaugh 0463            JELD-WEN / Window Division - Rantoul                  20.60         8.04      7.41      5.01     -32.34%    -75.67%   199551   5    0   1026088   29   9    1169603     33   14
Jody Wasser Group     Ryan Quiggle     0466            JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Wood             4.47         5.29      5.71      6.42      12.36%     43.50%    62332   2    0    280157    6   2     302729      7    1
                                                                                            Group Totals:    17.81         7.47     7.04      5.35      -24.10%    -69.98%   261883   7    0   1306245   35   11   1472332     40   15

Joe Tomtishen Group   Ryan Quiggle         0404        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Vinyl           13.84        11.59    11.18      6.52      -41.69%    -52.90%   61359    2    0   268336    12   3    293450      15   2
Joe Tomtishen Group   Scott Defenbaugh     0404.0475   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Charlotte                15.67        15.56     0.00      0.00        0.00%   -100.00%    5686    0    0    30208     0   0     25699       1   1
Joe Tomtishen Group   Ryan Quiggle         0414        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Venice                   16.33        13.21     6.11      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   40372    0    0   229258     1   6    227149      10   5
Joe Tomtishen Group   Ryan Quiggle         0415        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Gainesville              16.33        15.29    16.06     19.96       24.33%     22.23%   30053    3    0   161912    13   0    196257      15   0
                                                                                            Group Totals:    14.08        13.20    10.15      7.27      -28.33%    -48.32%   137470   5    0   689714    26   9    742555      41   8

Tom Meyer Group       Roy Bowman           0406        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stayton                  17.80        14.44      7.29      9.00      23.54%    -49.43%    88873   4    0   466612    15   2    540203      35    4
Tom Meyer Group       Roy Bowman           0413        JELD-WEN / Window Division - El Cajon                 16.02        10.22      8.48      8.94       5.46%    -44.20%   111868   4    1   519091    16   6    704397      22   14
Tom Meyer Group       Roy Bowman           0480        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Yakima                   25.53        18.42      9.44      4.52     -52.10%    -82.28%    88432   1    1   423573    16   4    434285      33    7
Tom Meyer Group       Roy Bowman           0702        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stockton                 18.67        11.64      5.93      3.15     -46.87%    -83.12%    63453   1    0   303406     9   0    360953      20    1
Tom Meyer Group       Roy Bowman           0704        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Vista                    26.02         5.89      3.00      6.13     104.54%    -76.45%    97917   3    0   534090     8   0    475721       6    8
                                                                                            Group Totals:    22.75        11.93     6.77      6.66       -1.58%    -70.74%   450543   13   2   2246772   64   12   2515559   116    34

Tom Takach Group      Ryan Quiggle         0450        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Bend                     23.29        11.90      5.38      6.85      27.36%    -70.60%   262864   6    3   1004352   17   10   1041636     53    9
Tom Takach Group      Ryan Quiggle         0460        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Hawkins                  18.13        11.50      8.59      1.65     -80.77%    -90.88%   242086   2    0   1186870   34   17   1269713     62   11
                                                                                            Group Totals:    20.16        11.68     7.12      4.36      -38.80%    -78.39%   504950   8    3   2191222   51   27   2311349   115    20


                                                                                     US Summary Totals:      15.92         9.42      6.45      5.08     -21.18%    -68.07%

                                                                              Canadian Summary Totals:       28.54        15.53    12.34       8.64     -29.96%    -69.72%




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                                                                               WCIR by Group Detail (Door Group) - Results through Mar '07

                                                                                                                                                         06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
    Group Name            Field Services Mgr   LocID                     Location Name                         2003        2005      2006      2007       Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO TL
Chad Turner Group         Roy Bowman         0204        JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh                  4.90        8.56      4.83     10.42      115.63%    112.59%    76739    3    1 413685    5    5  397160   14    3
Chad Turner Group         Roy Bowman         0210        JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                         6.19        0.00      0.00      0.00         0.00%  -100.00%    25169    0    0 106405    0    0  101590    0    0
Chad Turner Group         Roy Bowman         0874        JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine               32.70        0.00     15.52      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%     6391    0    0  25780    1    1   22900    0    0
                                                                                               Group Totals:     5.10         6.52     4.40      7.39       68.01%    44.93%    108299   3    1   545870    6    6    521650       14    3

Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0262        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury                    19.53        10.49     3.43      4.13       20.47%    -78.83%   48375    1    0   233119     4   0    247882       11    2
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0263        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle                  16.65         7.80    11.35      5.04      -55.56%    -69.70%   39651    1    0   193823     2   9    205244        4    4
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0265        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                    34.49        13.69     6.76      3.84      -43.23%    -88.88%   52140    1    0   266385     9   0    292289       19    1
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0267        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                     14.68         0.76     7.78     17.92      130.17%     22.06%   44648    1    3   282612     5   6    264869        0    1
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0269        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                     18.68         7.58    11.55      5.49      -52.41%    -70.58%   36400    1    0   155905     7   2    158264        6    0
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0271        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington                  12.26         3.91     7.57      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   42512    0    0   211495     6   2    204531        2    2
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0272        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee                  26.97         9.08     8.77      3.60      -58.93%    -86.64%   55514    1    0   273569    11   1    286307       12    1
Craig Turner Group        Greg Milani        0274        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids                6.93         0.84     1.47      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   53036    0    0   272332     2   0    236842        0    1
                                                                                               Group Totals:    21.93         6.96     6.99      4.84      -30.80%    -77.95%   372276   6    3   1889240   46   20   1896228      54    12

John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0301        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Oregon                     18.58        10.68      1.43    11.10      675.89%    -40.26%   36041    0    2   139819    1    0    131131        6    1
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0302        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Iowa                       25.35        12.61      6.42     5.44      -15.20%    -78.55%   36767    1    0   124707    4    0    158604        4    6
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0303        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Washington                 19.33        13.13      3.91     5.12       31.10%    -73.50%   39048    0    1   153580    3    0    152346       10    0
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0304        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - North Carolina              2.41         8.35      3.68     0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   40899    0    0   163094    3    0    167587        6    1
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0306        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - West Virginia              19.20        12.41      0.00     0.00        0.00%   -100.00%   32341    0    0   131569    0    0    128951        3    5
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0307        JELD-WEN / Wood Fiber-Garage Doors-Iowa                 0.00         0.00      2.44     0.00     -100.00%      0.00%   19447    0    0    81932    1    0         0        0    0
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0330        JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - Washington               0.00        14.24      0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    3269    0    0    13935    0    0     14041        1    0
John Pierce Group         Rob Kaufman        0330.0400   JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - West Virginia            0.00         0.00      0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    2036    0    0     8151    0    0      8503        0    0
                                                                                               Group Totals:    15.98        11.30     2.94      3.81       29.74%    -76.15%   209848   1    3   816787    12   0    761163       30    13

Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0600        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Ocoee                    13.86        23.99    10.36      5.48      -47.10%    -60.47%   36510    0    1   173813     7   2    150066       18    0
Paul Lyle Group           Roy Bowman         0601        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Phoenix             18.45         8.71     9.46      7.02      -25.84%    -61.98%   57017    1    1   253713    12   0    229655        5    5
Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0610        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Lake Charles         4.71        14.93     9.03      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    8419    0    0   177111     6   2    160765        9    3
Paul Lyle Group           Scott Defenbaugh   0630        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Sioux Falls          7.26         7.13     2.53      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   17648    0    0    79135     1   0     84138        3    0
Paul Lyle Group           Scott Defenbaugh   0632        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Fargo               14.79         7.16    14.48      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%   13161    0    0    55247     4   0     55869        2    0
Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0640        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Coral Springs       12.97        15.98     3.29      4.81       45.89%    -62.93%   83220    1    1   364234     4   2    362977       21    8
Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0644        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution -Tampa                14.02        13.93    12.32     17.38       41.07%     23.99%   34520    1    2   178560     8   3    157935        7    4
Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0650        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Austell             16.41        12.70     7.32     13.35       82.30%    -18.65%   44945    2    1   218490     7   1    204788       11    2
Paul Lyle Group           Scott Defenbaugh   0651        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - North Wilksboro      8.57        13.26     6.45     22.71      252.28%    165.09%   52847    4    2   248224     6   2    256409       13    4
Paul Lyle Group           Ryan Quiggle       0652        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Jackson              4.31        13.02    11.34     11.17       -1.51%    158.78%   35826    2    0   141134     7   1    107551        4    3
Paul Lyle Group           Scott Defenbaugh   0654        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Wilkesboro          10.63         0.00     6.22      0.00     -100.00%   -100.00%    6626    0    0    32175     1   0     34849        0    0
Paul Lyle Group           Scott Defenbaugh   0765        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Des Moines          25.33        11.14    18.62     13.37      -28.20%    -47.23%   14963    0    1    64458     6   0     71821        4    0
                                                                                               Group Totals:    13.03        13.43     8.26      9.86       19.41%    -24.35%   405702   11   9   1986294   69   13   1876823      97    29

Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0240        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                   22.09        12.92      2.73      5.53     102.73%    -74.97%   36165    1    0   219952     3   0    247639       14    2
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0241        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs            19.35         4.28      7.60      3.47     -54.30%    -82.05%   57569    1    0   236795     9   0    233566        4    1
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0243        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington                  12.47         7.68      8.57      5.12     -40.34%    -58.98%   78190    2    0   326557     7   7    312321       11    1
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0614        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Grand Prairie             9.71         0.00      4.26      3.50     -17.80%    -63.94%   57147    1    0   234864     3   2    133147        0    0
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0615        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Edison                    0.00         3.28      6.18      0.00    -100.00%      0.00%   20615    0    0    97075     3   0     60927        1    0
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0645        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Knoxville                37.63         6.45      9.49      4.27     -55.03%    -88.66%   46881    1    0   231895    11   0    248062        7    1
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0647        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Wedowee                  30.13         1.30      4.95      0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   38060    0    0   161647     1   3    154366        0    1
Rod Harlin Group          Denise Carmody     0649        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Kingman                   7.90        12.60      2.94      0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   17421    0    0    68005     1   0     63486        2    2
                                                                                               Group Totals:    21.98         6.47     6.34      3.41      -46.25%    -84.49%   352048   6    0   1576790   38   12   1453514      39    8

Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0260        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                    27.52         9.92    10.47      8.31      -20.67%    -69.82%   168556   5    2   764135    40   0    282241       12    2
Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0270        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                     33.48         5.13     7.25      6.26      -13.57%    -81.29%   159655   5    0   551990    19   1    312014        4    4
Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0275        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Ringtown                      0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4436   0    0        0     0   0         0        0    0
Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0613        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Rockford                 21.79        11.53    15.01     16.99       13.16%    -22.06%    23550   2    0   159900    11   1    173421        9    1
Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0616        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Pataskala                 0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3224   0    0        0     0   0         0        0    0
Stuart Kintzinger Group   Greg Milani        0618        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - North Springfield             0.00         0.00     0.00      0.00        0.00%      0.00%     2856   0    0        0     0   0         0        0    0
                                                                                               Group Totals:    28.14         8.34     9.76      7.73      -20.78%    -72.53%   362277   12   2   1476025   70   2    767676       25    7


                                                                                       US Summary Totals:       15.92         9.42      6.45      5.08     -21.18%    -68.07%

                                                                                 Canadian Summary Totals:       28.54        15.53    12.34       8.64     -29.96%    -69.72%



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                                                                                    WCIR Summary - Color Coded Results through May 2007

                                                         Green       Awesome Job - 75% Overall Reduction OR WCIR of 5.0 or less                                     59.81%
                                                         White       Making GREAT progess - Con't Reduction and WCIR 5.1 - 10.0                                     10.28%
                                                         Yellow      Watch List - Con't Reduction and WCIR 10.1 - 15.0, But level or on the rise this year          13.08%
                                                         Red         Needs Assistant - 2006 WCIR Above 15.0 or No Improvement                                       16.82%


                                                                                                                                                                  06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                          Location Name                       2003     2005     2006     2007      Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Bob Turner Group                      Greg Milani        0020        JELD-WEN Timber & Ranches                                  0.00     5.74     4.30     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    18222    0    0  46466    1    0   34840    1     0
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0874        JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine                 32.70     0.00    15.52     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       10277    0    0  25780    1    1   22900    0     0
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0050        JELD-WEN Risk Management                                   7.49     0.00     3.32     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       22483    0    0  60210    1    0   56235    0     0
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0274        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids                   6.93     0.84     1.47     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       91440    0    0 272332    2    0  236842    0     1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0271        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington                     12.26     3.91     7.57     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       73209    0    0 211495    6    2  204531    2     2
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0407        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Corsicana                    22.60     7.25     6.40     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       68942    0    0 187487    6    0  193163    6     1
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0403   Customer Care Windows Division - MidWest                   0.00     0.00     4.52     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    67238    0    0 132616    2    1   13012    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0406   Customer Care Windows Division - West                      0.00     0.00     6.23     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    51024    0    0  96261    3    0       0    0     0
Dave Bleha Group                      Greg Milani        0010        JELD-WEN Engineering                                      10.79    10.20     6.78     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%      105766    0    0 265530    8    1  254808   11     2
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0947        Running Y Golf Course                                      0.00     4.48     4.84     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    12018    0    0  41319    0    1   44687    1     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0022        Running Y Administration                                   0.00     0.00    14.88     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%     4963    0    0  13441    1    0   11359    0     0
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0414        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Venice                       16.33    13.21     6.11     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       64076    0    0 229258    1    6  227149   10     5
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0304        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - North Carolina                 2.41     8.35     3.68     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       64992    0    0 163094    3    0  167587    6     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0307        JELD-WEN / Wood Fiber-Garage Doors-Iowa                    0.00     0.00     2.44     0.00    -100.00%       0.00%    31463    0    0  81932    1    0       0    0     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0630        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Sioux Falls             7.26     7.13     2.53     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       30651    0    0  79135    1    0   84138    3     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0654        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Wilkesboro             10.63     0.00     6.22     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       11381    0    0  32175    1    0   34849    0     0
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0610        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Lake Charles            4.71    14.93     9.03     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       12733    0    0 177111    6    2  160765    9     3
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0632        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Fargo                  14.79     7.16    14.48     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       22078    0    0  55247    4    0   55869    2     0
Rick Parker Group                     Don Baxter         0755        Creative Media Development                                 1.75     1.57     0.78     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%      100578    0    0 256343    1    0  254481    2     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0649        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Kingman                      7.90    12.60     2.94     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       30860    0    0  68005    1    0   63486    2     2
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0647        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Wedowee                     30.13     1.30     4.95     0.00    -100.00% -100.00%       50936    0    0 161647    1    3  154366    0     1
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0210        JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                           6.19     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      43007    0    0 106405    0    0  101590    0     0
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0049        JELD-WEN Health Benefits                                   0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3239    0    0   9198    0    0   20560    0     0
Charlie Taylor Group                  Kelly Beegle       0051        Shasta Administrative Services                             0.00     1.35     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    35425    0    0  81224    0    0  147843    0     1
Dan Malicki Group                     Don Baxter         0059        JELD-WEN International Supply                              0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     8073    0    0  19643    0    0   19366    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408        Customer Care Windows Division - Admin                     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     5097    0    0  21883    0    0    7747    0     0
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0704   Customer Care Windows Division - SouthWest                 0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    43038    0    0   8475    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0920        Brasada Ranch, Inc.                                        0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3322    0    0  10784    0    0    2864    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0921        Brasada Ranch Sales and Marketing                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     7042    0    0  30525    0    0   23642    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0922        Brasada Ranch Golf                                         0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    10142    0    0  21436    0    0   13537    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         923         Brasada Ranch Mgmnt Co.                                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     8585    0    0  19383    0    0    5834    0     0
Jerry Andres-Brasada Ranch, inc.      Don Baxter         0938        Brasada Ranch Hotel & Rental Mgmnt                         0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4072    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0951        Eagle Crest Sales & Marketing                              1.31     4.79     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       6875    0    0  33380    0    0   83564    1     1
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0908        Eagle Crest Resort Corp.                                   0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4499    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0950        Eagle Crest, Inc.                                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    50534    0    0  65700    0    0   48853    0     0
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0959        Cline Butte Utility Co.                                    0.00    36.03     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3389    0    0  10895    0    0   11103    2     0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0904        Harbor Isles Tennis Club                                   0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     9269    0    0  19923    0    0   22137    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0906        Running Y Pool Management                                  0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4221    0    0  14780    0    0   12852    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0948        Running Y Utility                                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     1708    0    0   2605    0    0    3016    0     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0949        Running Y Resort                                           0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     7762    0    0  30353    0    0   35186    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0909        Galena Ridge                                               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     2912    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0930        Silver Waterpark                                           0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%      560    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0934        Silver Mountain Sales & Marketing                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     4484    0    0  17442    0    0   10906    0     0
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0937        Silver Mountain Rental Management                          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%    10069    0    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Scott Defenbaugh   0404.0475   JELD-WEN / Window Division - Charlotte                    15.67    15.56     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%       9589    0    0  30208    0    0   25699    1     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0306        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - West Virginia                 19.20    12.41     0.00     0.00        0.00% -100.00%      51844    0    0 131569    0    0  128951    3     5
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330        JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - Washington                  0.00    14.24     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     5536    0    0  13935    0    0   14041    1     0
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0330.0400   JELD-WEN / Coatings Division - West Virginia               0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00%      0.00%     3298    0    0   8151    0    0    8503    0     0




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                                                                                    WCIR Summary - Color Coded Results through May 2007

                                                         Green       Awesome Job - 75% Overall Reduction OR WCIR of 5.0 or less                                        59.81%
                                                         White       Making GREAT progess - Con't Reduction and WCIR 5.1 - 10.0                                        10.28%
                                                         Yellow      Watch List - Con't Reduction and WCIR 10.1 - 15.0, But level or on the rise this year             13.08%
                                                         Red         Needs Assistant - 2006 WCIR Above 15.0 or No Improvement                                          16.82%


                                                                                                                                                                     06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007         2006 2006         2005 2005
             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                       Location Name                          2003     2005     2006     2007         Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO         TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0616        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Pataskala                    0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00           0.00%      0.00%    25696    0    0       0    0    0       0    0     0
Doug Kintzinger Group                 Don Baxter         0001        JELD-WEN, inc.                                             1.50     1.56     1.89     1.76          -6.80%     17.83%   793722    3    4 1902313   14    4 1799083   12     2
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0614        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Grand Prairie                9.71     0.00     4.26     1.97        -53.64%     -79.66%   101313    1    0  234864    3    2  133147    0     0
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0262        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury                       19.53    10.49     3.43     2.23        -35.07%     -88.59%    89753    1    0  233119    4    0  247882   11     2
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0110        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Sparta                11.46     6.16     4.26     2.46        -42.20%     -78.53%    81296    0    1  234952    4    1  259659    7     1
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0645        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Knoxville                   37.63     6.45     9.49     2.54        -73.21%     -93.24%    78681    1    0  231895   11    0  248062    7     1
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0303        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Washington                    19.33    13.13     3.91     3.18        -18.48%     -83.52%    62797    0    1  153580    3    0  152346   10     0
Tom Takach Group                      Ryan Quiggle       0460        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Hawkins                      18.13    11.50     8.59     3.29        -61.66%     -81.82%   424945    4    3 1186870   34   17 1269713   62   11
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0302        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Iowa                          25.35    12.61     6.42     3.39        -47.20%     -86.64%    59046    1    0  124707    4    0  158604    4     6
Jody Wasser Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0463        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Rantoul                      20.60     8.04     7.41     3.40        -54.16%     -83.52%   353435    6    0 1026088   28   10 1169603   33   14
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0402        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Mt. Vernon                   19.11    13.05     5.67     3.56        -37.24%     -81.38%   168684    3    0  494073   11    3  612939   34     6
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0404        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Vinyl               13.84    11.59    11.18     3.82        -65.83%     -72.40%   104715    2    0  268336   12    3  293450   15     2
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0243        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington                     12.47     7.68     8.57     4.46        -47.99%     -64.24%   134538    3    0  326557    7    7  312321   11     1
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0381        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Thomas                 6.63     4.42     5.72     4.65        -18.77%     -29.91%    43030    0    1  104861    3    0   90556    2     0
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0265        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                       34.49    13.69     6.76     4.68        -30.79%     -86.44%    85533    2    0  266385    9    0  292289   19     1
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0704        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Vista                        26.02     5.89     3.00     4.84          61.44%    -81.41%   165410    4    0  534090    8    0  475721    6     8

Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0702        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stockton                    18.67     11.64     5.93        5.45      -8.20%   -70.84%   110173   3     0   303406     9   0   360953    20    1
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0241        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs              19.35      4.28     7.60        5.70     -25.01%   -70.55%   105262   3     0   236795     9   0   233566     4    1
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0406        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Stayton                     17.80     14.44     7.29        6.40     -12.12%   -64.03%   156171   5     0   466612    15   2   540203    35    4
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0480        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Yakima                      25.53     18.42     9.44        6.65     -29.63%   -73.97%   150482   3     2   423573    16   4   434285    33    7
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0260        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                      27.52      9.92    10.47        7.21     -31.08%   -73.78%   277201   8     2   764135    39   1   282241    12    2
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0101        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Klamath Falls        13.92      9.85     9.07        7.26     -20.02%   -47.89%   137810   4     1   374742    14   3   385815    12    7
Tom Meyer Group                       Roy Bowman         0413        JELD-WEN / Window Division - El Cajon                    16.02     10.22     8.48        7.30     -13.92%   -54.45%   191872   5     2   519091    15   7   704397    22   14
Paul Lyle Group                       Roy Bowman         0601        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Phoenix               18.45      8.71     9.46        8.52      -9.92%   -53.82%    93886   3     1   253713    12   0   229655     5    5
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0263        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle                    16.65      7.80    11.35        8.94     -21.28%   -46.33%    67148   3     0   193823     2   9   205244     4    4
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0269        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                       18.68      7.58    11.55        9.29     -19.53%   -50.26%    64579   3     0   155905     7   2   158264     6    0
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0600        JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Ocoee                      13.86     23.99    10.36        9.80      -5.38%   -29.29%    61230   2     1   173813     7   2   150066    18    0

Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0958        Eagle Crest - Country Club Management.                   19.71     11.77     4.77        5.04      5.69%    -74.41%    79305    2    0    209544    5   0    203994   11   1
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0240        JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                     22.09     12.92     2.73        5.71    109.45%    -74.14%    70008    2    0    219952    3   0    247639   14   2
John Pierce Group                     Rob Kaufman        0301        JELD-WEN / Fiber Division - Oregon                       18.58     10.68     1.43        6.96    386.75%    -62.52%    57450    1    1    139819    1   0    131131    6   1
Tom Takach Group                      Ryan Quiggle       0450        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Bend                        23.29     11.90     5.18        7.02     35.63%    -69.85%   427204    9    6   1004352   17   9   1041636   53   9
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0640        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Coral Springs         12.97     15.98     3.84        7.20     87.30%    -44.48%   138904    3    2    364234    5   2    362977   21   8
Don Schneider Group                   Eric Wennerth      0109        JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - Bend                 12.58      9.39     3.98        7.24     81.99%    -42.48%   138179    3    2    352058    7   0    383210   17   1
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0272        JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee                    26.97      9.08     8.77        9.65      9.98%    -64.23%    82912    4    0    273569   11   1    286307   12   1
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0644        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution -Tampa                  14.02     13.93    12.32       10.66    -13.46%    -23.94%    56275    1    2    178560    8   3    157935    7   4
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0403        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Grinnell                    27.81      7.35    12.04       10.96     -9.02%    -60.59%   127755    3    4    365319   19   3    353655   12   1
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0945        Running Y Ranch Resort - Lodge                           18.02      9.33    22.33       11.57    -48.20%    -35.81%    34582    1    1     98528   10   1     85773    1   3
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0270        JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                       33.48      5.13     7.25       11.75     62.18%    -64.89%   272291   12    4    551990   19   1    312014    4   4
Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0410        JELD-WEN / Window Division - Cheyenne                    27.32     17.01    14.82       12.66    -14.61%    -53.67%   126418    8    0    418286   30   1    388042   30   3
Jerry Andres-Silver Mountain          Don Baxter         0932        Silver Mountain                                          30.07     24.68    20.39       13.64    -33.12%    -54.64%   102649    4    3    196152   18   2    162065   11   9
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0650        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Austell               16.41     12.70     7.32       13.76     87.91%    -16.15%    72670    3    2    218490    7   1    204788   11   2

Dan Marston Group                     Scott Defenbaugh   0408.0402   Customer Care Windows Division - East                      0.00     0.00     0.00        5.66    565.88%    565.88%    35343   1     0    60951    0    0        0     0   0
Chad Turner Group                     Roy Bowman         0204        JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh                    4.90     8.56     4.83        6.36     31.52%     29.66%   125818   3     1   413685    5    5   397160    14   3
Paul Lyle Group                       Ryan Quiggle       0652        JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Jackson                 4.31    13.02    11.34        6.53    -42.43%     51.27%    61290   2     0   141134    7    1   107551     4   3
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0956        Eagle Ridge Golf Course                                    4.16     4.09     2.06        6.76    227.88%     62.25%    29607   0     1    97075    0    1    97716     2   0




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                                                                                  WCIR Summary - Color Coded Results through May 2007

                                                         Green     Awesome Job - 75% Overall Reduction OR WCIR of 5.0 or less                                     59.81%
                                                         White     Making GREAT progess - Con't Reduction and WCIR 5.1 - 10.0                                     10.28%
                                                         Yellow    Watch List - Con't Reduction and WCIR 10.1 - 15.0, But level or on the rise this year          13.08%
                                                         Red       Needs Assistant - 2006 WCIR Above 15.0 or No Improvement                                       16.82%


                                                                                                                                                              06 to 07 % 03 to 07 %          2007 2007        2006 2006         2005 2005
             Group Name               FieldServicesMgr     LocID                      Location Name                         2003     2005     2006     2007    Change     Change    2007 MH MO TL 2006 MH MO        TL 2005 MH MO     TL
Jerry Andres-Eagle Crest, Inc.        Don Baxter         0952      Eagle Crest - The Inn at                                   5.59     4.24     0.00     8.14   814.50%      45.64%    24555    1    0  45965    0    0   47153    1     0
Jerry Andres-Harbor Links             Don Baxter         0903      Harbor Links                                               3.20     0.00     7.00     9.38     34.00%   192.96%     21325    1    0  57151    1    1   61143    0     0
Jody Wasser Group                     Ryan Quiggle       0466      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Ringtown Wood                 4.47     5.29     5.71     9.82     71.90%   119.53%    101861    5    0 280157    6    2  302729    7     1
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0618      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - North Springfield                0.00     0.00     0.00    13.46 1345.67% 1345.67%        29725    1    1      0    0    0       0    0     0
Rick Parker Group                     Don Baxter         0053      JELD-WEN Research and Development                          0.00     7.38     9.59    14.71     53.36% 1471.40%      27185    2    0  62537    2    1   54199    2     0
Jerry Andres-Running Y Resort, Inc.   Don Baxter         0946      Running Y Resort Management                               17.02    12.03    10.30    15.03     45.93%    -11.66%    26606    2    0  58239    3    0   49893    1     2
Craig Turner Group                    Greg Milani        0267      JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                        14.68     0.76     7.78    15.69   101.54%       6.88%    76486    3    3 282612    6    5  264869    0     1
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0275      JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Ringtown                         0.00     0.00     0.00    15.80 1579.74% 1579.74%        37981    3    0      0    0    0       0    0     0
Bob Turner Group                      Greg Milani        0019      JELD-WEN Logging Company                                   0.00     0.00     9.48    15.81     66.73% 1581.15%      12649    1    0  21090    1    0    1402    0     0
Rod Harlin Group                      Denise Carmody     0615      JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Edison                       0.00     6.57     6.18    16.90   173.48% 1690.33%       35496    2    1  97075    3    0   60927    1     1
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0651      JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - North Wilksboro         8.57    13.26     6.45    18.39   185.30%    114.69%     87006    4    4 248224    6    2  256409   13     4
Joe Tomtishen Group                   Ryan Quiggle       0415      JELD-WEN / Window Division - Gainesville                  16.33    15.29    16.06    20.19     25.72%     23.60%    49534    5    0 161912   13    0  196257   15     0
Stuart Kintzinger Group               Greg Milani        0613      JELD-WEN / Millwork Masters - Rockford                    21.79    11.53    15.01    20.95     39.57%     -3.87%    38189    4    0 159900   11    1  173421    9     1
Paul Lyle Group                       Scott Defenbaugh   0765      JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Des Moines             25.33    11.14    18.62    28.40     52.56%     12.14%    21125    2    1  64458    6    0   71821    4     0

                                                                   United States Summary:                                   15.92      9.45     6.46       5.40   -16.39%   -66.04%

                                                                   Canada Summary:                                          28.54     15.53    12.34       9.96   -19.28%   -65.10%




     JELD-WEN Confidential                                                                                              6/11/2007                                                                                            Page 3
                                                                     Total Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                      06 vs 07 03 vs 07               Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                         %         %                  1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                       2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 GOAL                  Change Change                   2) All data and statistics developed from
        Jan              25   11    7   10    8    5                   -20.00% -68.00%                "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
        Feb              47   24   26   22   14   10                   -36.36% -70.21%                3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
        Mar              69   41   35   37   25   15                   -32.43% -63.77%
        Apr              99   64   51   49   35   20                   -28.57% -64.65%
        May             119   80   73   57        25
        Jun             159 109    91   77        30
         Jul            193 135 119     96        35
        Aug             232 172 142 115           40
        Sep             267 208 160 130           45
        Oct             297 245 170 141           50
        Nov             342 262 182 157           55
        Dec             360 280 193 159           60

Monthly Avg:           30.0   23.3    16.1   13.3   8.8         5     -33.96%    -70.83%

                                                     Safety Initiative - Accumulative WC Claim Count

                      400
                      350
                      300
        Claim Count




                      250                                                                                                                           2003
                                                                                                                                                    2004
                      200                                                                                                                           2005
                      150                                                                                                                           2006
                      100                                                                                                                           2007
                                                                                                                                                    GOAL
                       50
                        0
                         Jan         Feb      Mar         Apr       May    Jun       Jul      Aug        Sep       Oct       Nov      Dec
                                                                                Month



 Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                               5/10/2007
                                                                   Total Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                     06 vs 07 03 vs 07           Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                         %        %              1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                         2003 2004 2005 2006 2007           GOAL     Change Change               2) All data and statistics developed from
                  Jan      25   11    7   10    8              5      -20.00% -68.00%            "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
                  Feb      22   13   19   12    6              5      -50.00% -72.73%            3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
                  Mar      22   17    9   15   11              5      -26.67% -50.00%
                  Apr      30   23   16   12   10              5      -16.67% -66.67%
                  May      20   16   22    8                   5
                  Jun      40   29   18   20                   5
                   Jul     34   26   28   19                   5
                  Aug      39   37   23   19                   5
                  Sep      35   36   18   15                   5
                  Oct      30   37   10   11                   5
                  Nov      45   17   12   16                   5
                  Dec      18   18   11    2                   5

       Total:            360    280    193    159     35      60
Monthly Avg:             30.0   23.3   16.1   13.3    8.8      5     -33.96%      -70.83%

                                                        Safety Initiative - Monthly WC Claim Count

                 50
                 45
                 40
                 35
   Claim Count




                 30
                 25                                                                                                                     2003
                 20                                                                                                                     2004
                 15                                                                                                                     2005
                 10                                                                                                                     2006
                  5                                                                                                                     2007
                  0                                                                                                                     GOAL
                   Jan     Feb         Mar      Apr         May    Jun      Jul        Aug     Sep     Oct       Nov       Dec
                                                                     Month




Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                       5/10/2007
                                                                 LT Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                   06 vs 07 03 vs 07            Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                      %        %                1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                        2003 2004 2005 2006 2007          GOAL     Change Change                2) All data and statistics developed from
               Jan         9    3    2    2    5             1     150.00% -44.44%              "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
               Feb        16    9   10   11    7             2      -36.36% -56.25%             3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
               Mar        25   17   11   17    9             2      -47.06% -64.00%
               Apr        32   23   14   21   14             3      -33.33% -56.25%
               May        41   30   22   25                  4
               Jun        53   44   25   32                  5
                Jul       61   51   29   36                  6
               Aug        73   71   34   43                  7
               Sep        86   85   38   49                  7
               Oct        95 100    43   53                  8
               Nov       124 109    49   64                  9
               Dec       127 115    53   64                 10

Monthly Avg:            10.6   9.6    4.4     5.3   3.5    0.8      -34.38%   -66.93%


                                            Safety Initiative - Accumulative LostTime WC Claim Count

                      140
                      120
                      100
        Claim Count




                                                                                                                                       2003
                       80                                                                                                              2004
                       60                                                                                                              2005
                                                                                                                                       2006
                       40
                                                                                                                                       2007
                       20                                                                                                              GOAL
                        0
                         Jan    Feb         Mar     Apr     May      Jun      Jul       Aug    Sep     Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                       Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                      5/10/2007
                                                                   LT Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                   06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                      %         %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                           2003 2004 2005 2006 2007        GOAL    Change Change              2) All data and statistics developed from
                    Jan       9    3    2    2    5           1     150.00% -44.44%           "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
                    Feb       7    6    8    9    2           1     -77.78% -71.43%           3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
                    Mar       9    8    1    6    2           1     -66.67% -77.78%
                    Apr       7    6    3    4    5           1      25.00% -28.57%
                    May       9    7    8    4                1
                    Jun      12   14    3    7                1
                     Jul      8    7    4    4                1
                    Aug      12   20    5    7                1
                    Sep      13   14    4    6                1
                    Oct       9   15    5    4                1
                    Nov      29    9    6   11                1
                    Dec       3    6    4    0                1

       Total:              127    115    53    64    14     10
Monthly Avg:               10.6    9.6   4.4   5.3   3.5    0.8     -34.38%   -66.93%

                                                 Safety Initiative - Monthly LostTime WC Claim Count

                    35
                    30
                    25
      Claim Count




                    20                                                                                                                 2003
                                                                                                                                       2004
                    15                                                                                                                 2005
                    10                                                                                                                 2006
                                                                                                                                       2007
                     5                                                                                                                 GOAL
                     0
                      Jan         Feb     Mar        Apr     May    Jun       Jul       Aug   Sep       Oct       Nov       Dec
                                                                       Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                    5/10/2007
                                                                    MO Claim Count-Accumulative
                                                                       06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                          %         %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                        2003 2004 2005 2006 2007             GOAL      Change Change              2) All data and statistics developed from
                 Jan      16    8    5    8    3                4       -62.50% -81.25%           "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
                 Feb      31   15   16   11    7                8       -36.36% -77.42%           3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
                 Mar      44   24   24   20   16               13       -20.00% -63.64%
                 Apr      67   41   37   28   21               17       -25.00% -68.66%
                 May      78   50   51   32                    21
                 Jun     106   65   66   45                    25
                  Jul    132   84   90   60                    29
                 Aug     159 101 108     72                    33
                 Sep     181 123 122     81                    38
                 Oct     202 145 127     88                    42
                 Nov     218 153 133     93                    46
                 Dec     233 165 140     95                    50

Monthly Avg:               19.4   13.8   11.7    7.9   5.3      4       -33.68%   -72.96%


                                          Safety Initiative - Accumulative Medical Only WC Claim Count

                     250

                     200
       Claim Count




                                                                                                                                          2003
                     150                                                                                                                  2004
                                                                                                                                          2005
                     100                                                                                                                  2006
                                                                                                                                          2007
                      50                                                                                                                  GOAL

                        0
                         Jan       Feb          Mar    Apr    May       Jun       Jul       Aug   Sep     Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                           Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                        5/10/2007
                                                                   MO Claim Count-Monthly
                                                                    06 vs 07 03 vs 07         Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                       %        %             1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                         2003 2004 2005 2006 2007           GOAL    Change Change             2) All data and statistics developed from
                  Jan      16    8    5    8    3              4     -62.50% -81.25%          "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
                  Feb      15    7   11    3    4              4      33.33% -73.33%          3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
                  Mar      13    9    8    9    9              4       0.00% -30.77%
                  Apr      23   17   13    8    5              4     -37.50% -78.26%
                  May      11    9   14    4                   4
                  Jun      28   15   15   13                   4
                   Jul     26   19   24   15                   4
                  Aug      27   17   18   12                   4
                  Sep      22   22   14    9                   4
                  Oct      21   22    5    7                   4
                  Nov      16    8    6    5                   4
                  Dec      15   12    7    2                   4

       Total:            233     165    140    95     21      50
Monthly Avg:             19.4    13.8   11.7   7.9    5.3      4    -33.68%   -72.96%

                                           Safety Initiative - Monthly Medical Only WC Claim Count

                 30

                 25
                                                                                                                                      2003
   Claim Count




                 20                                                                                                                   2004
                                                                                                                                      2005
                 15
                                                                                                                                      2006
                 10                                                                                                                   2007
                                                                                                                                      GOAL
                 5

                 0
                  Jan           Feb      Mar         Apr     May    Jun       Jul       Aug    Sep       Oct        Nov       Dec
                                                                        Month

Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                    5/10/2007
                                                            LWDIR Accumulative
                                                     06 vs 07 03 vs 07           Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                         %       %               1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
       2003 2004 2005 2006 2007           GOAL       Change Change               2) All data and statistics developed from
Jan    10.95 3.86 2.92 2.45 6.71           0.80      173.71% -38.67%             "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
Feb     9.56 5.62 6.49 6.41 4.39           0.80       -31.63% -54.13%            3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
Mar     9.35 6.69 4.48 5.66 3.11           0.80       -45.02% -66.71%            4) LWDI Rate - Lost Work Day Incident Rate
Apr     8.85 6.32 3.91 5.30 3.65           0.80       -31.15% -58.80%             (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
May     8.64 6.35 4.75 4.95                0.80                                  ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Jun     8.97 7.40 4.23 5.15                0.80
Jul     8.68 7.19 4.12 4.94                0.80
Aug     8.89 8.67 4.22 5.16                0.80
Sep     9.10 9.07 4.07 4.98                0.80
Oct     8.93 9.39 4.13 4.89                0.80
Nov    10.61 9.33 4.27 5.37                0.80
Dec    10.07 9.12 4.27 4.97                0.80


                                              Safety Initiative - Accumulative LWDI Rate

                      12.00

                      10.00

                       8.00
        Claim Count




                                                                                                                               2003
                       6.00                                                                                                    2004
                                                                                                                               2005
                       4.00                                                                                                    2006
                                                                                                                               2007
                                                                                                                               GOAL
                       2.00

                       0.00
                           Jan   Feb    Mar    Apr    May     Jun        Jul   Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                 Month
Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                               5/10/2007
                                                                         LWDIR Monthly
                                                                   06 vs 07 03 vs 07       Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                      %        %           1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                        2003    2004   2005 2006 2007      GOAL    Change Change           2) All data and statistics developed from
      Jan              10.95    3.86   2.92 2.45 6.71       0.80   173.71% -38.67%         "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
      Feb               8.22    7.28   9.35 10.00 2.35      0.80    -76.52% -71.43%        3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
      Mar               9.00    8.49   1.09 4.66 1.54       0.80    -66.86% -82.84%        4) LWDI Rate - Lost Work Day Incident Rate
      Apr               7.43    5.46   2.66 4.15 5.27       0.80     26.91% -29.04%         (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
      May               7.97    6.48   7.61 3.68            0.80                           ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
      Jun              10.30   11.40   2.35 6.04            0.80
       Jul              7.16    6.11   3.54 3.71            0.80
      Aug              10.13   18.37   4.95 6.69            0.80
      Sep              10.51   11.79   3.13 3.99            0.80
      Oct               7.61   11.79   4.63 3.97            0.80
      Nov              27.42    8.69   5.66 10.21           0.80
      Dec               3.25    6.50   4.19 0.00            0.80

YTD Rate 10.068 9.124                  4.266 4.967 3.645            -26.60%   -63.79%

                                                               Safety Initiative - Monthly LWDI Rate

                        30.00

                        25.00
         Claim Count




                        20.00
                                                                                                                                          2003
                        15.00                                                                                                             2004
                                                                                                                                          2005
                        10.00                                                                                                             2006
                                                                                                                                          2007
                         5.00                                                                                                             GOAL

                         0.00
                             Jan          Feb     Mar       Apr    May    Jun       Jul   Aug    Sep       Oct      Nov       Dec
                                                                              Month

Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                         5/10/2007
                                                                      WCIR Accumulative
                                                              06 vs 07 03 vs 07            Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                 %        %                1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
       2003            2004    2005    2006 2007     GOAL     Change Change                2) All data and statistics developed from
Jan    30.41           14.17   10.24   12.27 10.74    5.00     -12.41% -64.68%             "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
Feb    28.08           15.00   16.89   12.83 8.77     5.00     -31.63% -68.77%             3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
Mar    25.81           16.13   14.24   12.32 8.65     5.00     -29.84% -66.50%             4) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
Apr    27.38           17.58   14.23   12.36 9.11     5.00     -26.24% -66.71%             (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
May    25.07           16.94   15.75   11.28          5.00                                 ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Jun    26.90           18.32   15.39   12.40          5.00
Jul    27.46           19.03   16.90   13.17          5.00
Aug    28.25           21.01   17.64   13.80          5.00
Sep    28.25           22.19   17.15   13.22          5.00
Oct    27.93           23.02   16.33   13.00          5.00
Nov    29.25           22.43   15.87   13.17          5.00
Dec    28.54           22.22   15.53   12.34          5.00


                                                       Safety Initiative - Accumulative WCI Rate

                      35.00

                      30.00

                      25.00
        Claim Count




                                                                                                                                          2003
                      20.00                                                                                                               2004
                                                                                                                                          2005
                      15.00                                                                                                               2006
                                                                                                                                          2007
                      10.00                                                                                                               GOAL
                       5.00

                       0.00
                           Jan         Feb      Mar     Apr    May     Jun        Jul     Aug    Sep       Oct      Nov      Dec
                                                                         Month
Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                         5/10/2007
                                                                            WCIR Monthly
                                                                     06 vs 07 03 vs 07      Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                        %        %          1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
                  2003    2004    2005    2006     2007    GOAL      Change Change          2) All data and statistics developed from
     Jan          30.41   14.17   10.24   12.27    10.74    5.00      -12.41% -64.68%       "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
     Feb          25.84   15.78   22.20   13.34     7.05    5.00      -47.18% -72.73%       3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
     Mar          21.99   18.04    9.80   11.65     8.49    5.00      -27.09% -61.39%       4) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
     Apr          31.83   20.94   14.20   12.46    10.54    5.00      -15.39% -66.89%       (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
     May          17.70   14.81   20.93    7.36             5.00                            ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
     Jun          34.33   23.61   14.08   17.27             5.00
      Jul         30.41   22.68   24.80   17.64             5.00
     Aug          32.94   33.98   22.79   18.17             5.00
     Sep          28.28   30.32   14.08    9.98             5.00
     Oct          25.38   29.07    9.27   10.92             5.00
     Nov          42.55   16.42   11.32   14.86             5.00
     Dec          19.48   19.49   11.52    2.07             5.00

YTD Rate 28.539 22.216 15.534 12.339               9.114             -26.14%   -68.07%

                                                                 Safety Initiative - Monthly WCI Rate

                       45.00
                       40.00
                       35.00
         Claim Count




                       30.00                                                                                                               2003
                       25.00                                                                                                               2004
                       20.00                                                                                                               2005
                                                                                                                                           2006
                       15.00                                                                                                               2007
                       10.00                                                                                                               GOAL
                        5.00
                        0.00
                            Jan      Feb          Mar      Apr     May      Jun      Jul   Aug    Sep      Oct       Nov      Dec
                                                                               Month


Safety Initiative_Corp_CA07.xls - RSC                                                                                                          5/10/2007
                                                                 WCIR Running Summary
                                                             06 vs 07 03 vs 07          Notes: **Canada Claim Summary ONLY
                                                                %        %              1) Claim Data was taken as of 05/10/2007
        2003           2004    2005    2006 2007     GOAL    Change Change              2) All data and statistics developed from
Jan     30.41          14.17   10.24   12.27 10.74    5.00    -12.41% -64.68%           "ClaimDesk" - 2005 to ytd
Feb     28.08          15.00   16.89   12.83 8.77     5.00    -31.63% -68.77%           3) 2003 and 2004 data is from historical records
Mar     25.81          16.13   14.24   12.32 8.65     5.00    -29.84% -66.50%           4) WCI Rate - Work Comp Incident Rate
Apr     27.38          17.58   14.23   12.36 9.11     5.00    -26.24% -66.71%           (YTD Claim Count * 200000)/YTD Man-Hrs
May     25.07          16.94   15.75   11.28          5.00                              ***Incident Rate per 100 Employees*****
Jun     26.90          18.32   15.39   12.40          5.00
Jul     27.46          19.03   16.90   13.17          5.00
Aug     28.25          21.01   17.64   13.80          5.00
Sep     28.25          22.19   17.15   13.22          5.00
Oct     27.93          23.02   16.33   13.00          5.00
Nov     29.25          22.43   15.87   13.17          5.00
Dec     28.54          22.22   15.53   12.34          5.00


                                                       Safety Initiative - Accumulative WCI Rate

                      35.00
                      30.00
                      25.00
        Claim Count




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                                                                    Canadian WCIR Overall Summary - Data through May '07


                                                                                                                                 06 to 07   03 to 07
                                                                                             Base Yr                                %          %             2007 2007         2006 2006         2005 2005
          Group Name            LocID                     Location Name                       2003     2005     2006   2007       Change     Change 2007 MH MO     TL 2006 MH MO TL 2005 MH MO         TL
JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd        0071     JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd                                 0.00     0.00     2.56   0.00    -100.00%      0.00%  76,740    0    0 156,436    1    1  88,947    0     0
Don Schneider Canadian Group   0112     JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - St.Apollinaire     26.26    14.48    26.05   0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   6,094    0    0  99,809    6    7 165,739    9     3
Ron Hulse Canadian Group       0273     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - St Henri                   29.86    22.69    18.98 22.27       17.35%    -25.40%  89,788    4    6 210,741   15    5 185,085   15     6
Lou Valeriati Group            0576     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Abbotsford          19.28     9.73    16.95 11.34      -33.11%    -41.20%  52,922    1    2 129,807    5    6 102,826    4     1
Lou Valeriati Group            0579     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Calgary              5.33     8.34    17.80   0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%  10,286    0    0  22,466    2    0  23,977    1     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0580     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Edmonton            80.94    10.31    17.56   0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%  27,123    0    0  68,326    5    1  58,172    3     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0583     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Saskatoon           15.29     0.00    11.79   0.00    -100.00%   -100.00%   6,644    0    0  16,958    1    0  17,419    0     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0587     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Winnipeg             0.00    20.24    32.92 15.45      -53.06%    154.00%  12,943    0    1  30,375    2    3  29,649    3     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0590     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Amherst              0.00     8.01     9.23   0.00    -100.00%      0.00%   9,714    0    0  21,658    0    1  24,960    1     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0620     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Toronto                   12.62     7.70     3.90   6.87      76.27%    -45.58% 203,800    3    4 513,210    6    4 493,755   12     7
Lou Valeriati Group            0621     JELD-WEN / Window Division - St Apollinaire            20.58    18.03    15.50 14.41       -7.06%    -29.98% 152,698    9    2 412,843   18   14 443,759   33     7
Lou Valeriati Group            0623     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Edmonton                  13.31     0.00     0.00   0.00       0.00%   -100.00%   6,293    0    0  16,901    0    0  15,299    0     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0626     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Winnipeg                  45.74    21.28    12.89 10.43      -19.11%    -77.20% 326,046   13    4 868,785   34   22 826,907   59   29
Lou Valeriati Group            0997     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Calgary                    0.00     0.00     0.00   0.00       0.00%      0.00%   2,801    0    0   8,818    0    0   6,665    0     0

                                                                         Canada Summary:       28.54   15.53    12.34     9.96    -19.28%    -65.10%

                                                                  United States Summary:       15.92     9.45      6.46   5.40    -16.39%    -66.04%




                                                                                              2007   2006                        2007 May 2006 May
                                                                                             May EE May EE    %                    Man      Man       %
          Group Name            LocID                     Location Name                      Count Count Change                    Hours    Hours   Change
JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd        0071     JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd                                   97     82 18.3%                 15,192.0 12,547.0   21.1%
Don Schneider Canadian Group   0112     JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - St.Apollinaire         7     81 -91.4%                 1,020.0 10,383.0  -90.2%
Ron Hulse Canadian Group       0273     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - St Henri                     145   128 13.3%                  20,173.0 18,293.6   10.3%
Lou Valeriati Group            0576     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Abbotsford             66     61   8.2%                10,252.3 10,282.0   -0.3%
Lou Valeriati Group            0579     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Calgary                12     11   9.1%                 1,993.0  1,888.0    5.6%
Lou Valeriati Group            0580     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Edmonton               33     37 -10.8%                 5,249.8  5,706.0   -8.0%
Lou Valeriati Group            0583     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Saskatoon               8      9 -11.1%                 1,137.5  1,370.0  -17.0%
Lou Valeriati Group            0587     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Winnipeg               16     16   0.0%                 2,193.3  2,370.0   -7.5%
Lou Valeriati Group            0590     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Amherst                14     12 16.7%                  1,578.0  1,760.0  -10.3%
Lou Valeriati Group            0620     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Toronto                     247   262 -5.7%                  42,647.5 39,848.3    7.0%
Lou Valeriati Group            0621     JELD-WEN / Window Division - St Apollinaire              271   260    4.2%                41,635.0 39,364.0    5.8%
Lou Valeriati Group            0623     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Edmonton                      7      9 -22.2%                 1,148.0  1,284.0  -10.6%
Lou Valeriati Group            0626     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Winnipeg                    450   446    0.9%                71,114.0 71,563.5   -0.6%
Lou Valeriati Group            0997     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Calgary                       3      4 -25.0%                   484.0    792.0  -38.9%




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                                                                 Canadian WCIR Color Coded Summary - Data through May '07


                               Green    Awesome Job - 75% Overall Reduction OR WCIR of 5.0 or less                                      57.14%
                               White    Making GREAT progess - Con't Reduction and WCIR 5.1 - 10.0                                       0.00%
                               Yellow   Watch List - Con't Reduction and WCIR 10.1 - 15.0, But level or on the rise this year           28.57%
                               Red      Needs Assistant - 2006 WCIR Above 15.0 or No Improvement                                        14.29%

                                                                                                                                       06 to 07   03 to 07
                                                                                               Base Yr                                    %          %             2007 2007         2006 2006         2005 2005
          Group Name            LocID                     Location Name                         2003      2005     2006   2007          Change     Change 2007 MH MO     TL 2006 MH MO TL 2005 MH MO         TL
JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd        0071     JELD-WEN of Canada, Ltd                                   0.00      0.00     2.56   0.00       -100.00%      0.00%  76,740    0    0 156,436    1    1  88,947    0     0
Don Schneider Canadian Group   0112     JELD-WEN / Millwork Manufacturing - St.Apollinaire       26.26     14.48    26.05   0.00       -100.00%   -100.00%   6,094    0    0  99,809    6    7 165,739    9     3
Ron Hulse Canadian Group       0273     JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - St Henri                     29.86     22.69    18.98 22.27          17.35%    -25.40%  89,788    4    6 210,741   15    5 185,085   15     6
Lou Valeriati Group            0576     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Abbotsford            19.28      9.73    16.95 11.34         -33.11%    -41.20%  52,922    1    2 129,807    5    6 102,826    4     1
Lou Valeriati Group            0579     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Calgary                5.33      8.34    17.80   0.00       -100.00%   -100.00%  10,286    0    0  22,466    2    0  23,977    1     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0580     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Edmonton              80.94     10.31    17.56   0.00       -100.00%   -100.00%  27,123    0    0  68,326    5    1  58,172    3     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0583     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Saskatoon             15.29      0.00    11.79   0.00       -100.00%   -100.00%   6,644    0    0  16,958    1    0  17,419    0     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0587     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Winnipeg               0.00     20.24    32.92 15.45         -53.06%    154.00%  12,943    0    1  30,375    2    3  29,649    3     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0590     JELD-WEN / Millwork Distribution - Amherst                0.00      8.01     9.23   0.00       -100.00%      0.00%   9,714    0    0  21,658    0    1  24,960    1     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0620     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Toronto                     12.62      7.70     3.90   6.87         76.27%    -45.58% 203,800    3    4 513,210    6    4 493,755   12     7
Lou Valeriati Group            0621     JELD-WEN / Window Division - St Apollinaire              20.58     18.03    15.50 14.41          -7.06%    -29.98% 152,698    9    2 412,843   18   14 443,759   33     7
Lou Valeriati Group            0623     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Edmonton                    13.31      0.00     0.00   0.00          0.00%   -100.00%   6,293    0    0  16,901    0    0  15,299    0     0
Lou Valeriati Group            0626     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Winnipeg                    45.74     21.28    12.89 10.43         -19.11%    -77.20% 326,046   13    4 868,785   34   22 826,907   59   29
Lou Valeriati Group            0997     JELD-WEN / Window Division - Calgary                      0.00      0.00     0.00   0.00          0.00%      0.00%   2,801    0    0   8,818    0    0   6,665    0     0

                                                                          Canada Summary:         28.54    15.53     12.34      9.96    -19.28%    -65.10%

                                                                    United States Summary:        15.92     9.45       6.46     5.40    -16.39%    -66.04%




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7. Quarterly Worker’s Compensation Mod Factor Memo




                               JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
April 19, 2007
RE: Quarterly Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rate Notification

     Craig Turner,
Dear Mr. Vice President - Sample data

This letter is to serve as notification of the increase, decrease or no change to your locations’ Workers’
Compensation premium for the 2nd quarter of 2007. The detail listed below identifies the surcharge rate that is
based on each location’s Work Comp Incident Rate (WCIR) YTD.

The WCIR is a calculation that takes all injuries, both medical-only and lost-time, and normalizes them to 100
workers. The formula is:
                                                  (# of Work Comp Injuries) x (200,000)
                                                          Man Hours Worked
                                                              Mod Rate Factors
                                                 Based on WCIR (Workers’ Comp Incident Rate)
                                                    WCIR   >= 0 and   <=    5:    25%   Reduction
                                                    WCIR   > 5 and    <=   10:    No    Change
                                                    WCIR   > 10 and   <=   15:    25%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 15 and   <=   20:    50%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 20 and   <=   25:    75%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 25:                 100%   Surcharge


Your 2006 Work Comp Incident Rate and 2nd quarter 2007 workers’ compensation premium rates are listed below
to the right.
                                                       2006 Base 2007       2006        1st Qtr   YTD      WComp        WCIR       2nd Qtr     2nd Qtr
                        Location                        WComp     Base      WCIR         Billed   Man       Injuries    As Of      WComp       Effective
                                                         Rate    WComp                  WComp     Hours      As Of     4/6/2007   Mod Factor     Rate
                                                                  Rate                   Rate              4/6/2007
262 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Sunbury               $0.22    $0.18       3.4         $0.14    48,375      1          4.1        -25%        $0.14
263 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Hartselle             $0.45    $0.41      11.4         $0.51    39,651      1           5         -25%        $0.31
265 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin               $0.52    $0.29       6.8         $0.29    52,140      1          3.8        -25%        $0.22
267 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                $0.25    $0.26       7.8         $0.26    44,648      4         17.9        +50%        $0.39
269 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Ludlow                $0.16    $0.16      11.5         $0.20    36,400      1          5.5      No Change     $0.16
271 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington             $0.14    $0.19       7.6         $0.19    42,512      0           0         -25%        $0.14
272 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Kissimmee             $0.43    $0.38       8.8         $0.38    55,514      1          3.6        -25%        $0.28
274 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids          $0.19    $0.21       1.5         $0.16    53,036      0           0         -25%        $0.16




Your locations’ 3nd quarter 2007 Modification Factor will be based upon your 2007 YTD WCIR at the end of the
2nd quarter. Your performance will affect your premiums throughout the rest of this year.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Risk Management Department at (541) 885 – 7420.
January 12, 2007
RE: Quarterly Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rate Notification

     Jeff Koger,
Dear Mr. General Manager - Sample Data

This letter is to serve as notification of the increase, decrease or no change to your locations’ Workers’
Compensation premium for the 1st quarter of 2007. The detail listed below identifies the surcharge rate that is based
on each location’s 2006 Work Comp Incident Rate (WCIR).

The WCIR is a calculation that takes all injuries, both medical-only and lost-time, and normalizes them to 100
workers. The formula is:
                                                  (# of Work Comp Injuries) x (200,000)
                                                          Man Hours Worked

                                                              Mod Rate Factors
                                                 Based on WCIR (Workers’ Comp Incident Rate)
                                                    WCIR   >= 0 and   <=    5:    25%   Reduction
                                                    WCIR   > 5 and    <=   10:    No    Change
                                                    WCIR   > 10 and   <=   15:    25%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 15 and   <=   20:    50%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 20 and   <=   25:    75%   Surcharge
                                                    WCIR   > 25:                 100%   Surcharge


Your 2006 Work Comp Incident Rate and 1st quarter 2007 workers’ compensation premium rates are listed below to
the right.
                                                       2006 Base 2007       2006        4thQtr    YTD        WComp        1st Qtr      1st Qtr
                       Location                         WComp     Base      WCIR         Billed   Man         Injuries    WComp       Effective
                                                         Rate    WComp                  WComp     Hours        As Of     Mod Factor     Rate
                                                                  Rate                   Rate               12/31/2006
274 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Grand Rapids          $0.19    $0.21       1.5         $0.14    272,332       2          -25%        $0.16




Your locations’ 1st quarter 2007 Modification Factor will be based upon your 2006 WCIR. Ongoing, your rates will
be adjusted quarterly based upon your 2007 YTD WCIR. Your performance will affect your premiums.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Risk Management Department at (541) 885 – 7420.
January 10, 2007
RE: Quarterly Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rate Notification

     Greg Milani,
Dear Mr. Field Service Manager - Sample Data

This letter is to serve as notification of the increase, decrease or no change to your locations’ Workers’
Compensation premium for the 1st quarter of 2007. The detail listed below identifies the surcharge rate that is based
on each location’s 2006 Work Comp Incident Rate (WCIR).

The WCIR is a calculation that takes all injuries, both medical-only and lost-time, and normalizes them to 100
workers. The formula is:
                                                    (# of Work Comp Injuries) x (200,000)
                                                            Man Hours Worked

                                                            Mod Rate Factors
                                               Based on WCIR (Workers’ Comp Incident Rate)
                                                      WCIR   >= 0 and   <=    5:    25%   Reduction
                                                      WCIR   > 5 and    <=   10:    No    Change
                                                      WCIR   > 10 and   <=   15:    25%   Surcharge
                                                      WCIR   > 15 and   <=   20:    50%   Surcharge
                                                      WCIR   > 20 and   <=   25:    75%   Surcharge
                                                      WCIR   > 25:                 100%   Surcharge


Your 2006 Work Comp Incident Rate and 1st quarter 2007 workers’ compensation premium rates are listed below to
the right.
                                                        2006 Base 2007        2006        4thQtr    YTD        WComp        1st Qtr      1st Qtr
                       Location                          WComp     Base       WCIR         Billed   Man         Injuries    WComp       Effective
                                                          Rate    WComp                   WComp     Hours        As Of     Mod Factor     Rate
                                                                   Rate                    Rate               12/31/2006
010 - JELD-WEN Engineering                                $0.31    $0.22       6.8         $0.31    265,530       9        No Change     $0.22
204 - JELD-WEN / Premium Wood Doors - Oshkosh             $0.26    $0.26       5.3         $0.19    413,685      11        No Change     $0.26
210 - JELD-WEN / IWP Doors - San Diego                    $0.24    $0.24       0           $0.18    106,405       0          -25%        $0.18
240 - JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Ligonier                $0.36    $0.30       2.7         $0.27    219,952       3          -25%        $0.23
241 - JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Sulphur Springs         $0.46    $0.34       7.6         $0.46    236,795       9        No Change     $0.34
243 - JELD-WEN / Exterior Doors - Lexington               $0.20    $0.20       8.6         $0.20    326,557      14        No Change     $0.20
260 - JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Chiloquin                 $0.46    $0.37      10.5         $0.58    764,135      40          +25%        $0.46
265 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Rocklin                 $0.52    $0.29       5.3         $0.52    266,385       7        No Change     $0.29
267 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Temple                  $0.25    $0.26       7.8         $0.25    282,612      11        No Change     $0.26
270 - JELD-WEN / Door Systems - Grinnell                  $0.35    $0.26       6.9         $0.35    551,990      19        No Change     $0.26
271 - JELD-WEN / Interior Doors - Lexington               $0.14    $0.19       7.6         $0.14    211,495       8        No Change     $0.19
874 - JELD-WEN Global Door Division - Grapevine           $0.08    $0.21      15.5         $0.14    25,780        2          +50%        $0.31




Your locations’ 1st quarter 2007 Modification Factor will be based upon your 2006 WCIR. Ongoing, your rates will
be adjusted quarterly based upon your 2007 YTD WCIR. Your performance will affect your premiums.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Risk Management Department at (541) 885 – 7420.
8 . Hiring Practice




                 JELD-WEN Theodore Roosevelt Award Application Addendum
                                                                       Employee Hiring Process
  Step #1
 Have applicant              Have applicant                    Review application/                                                                                  Contact applicant to
                           complete Basic Skills                                                                                    Pass
   complete                                                       Basic Skills                         Meet                                                         establish a time for a
                              Assessment.                                                                               Yes      Section # 1         Yes                                               Continue to Step 2
 application on                                                   Assessment                         criteria?                                                        short interview &
                          (Section 1&2 ) on site.                                                                                 (>= 70%)
      site.                      (See NOTE #1)
                                                                  (Section 1)                                                                                         integrity survey.


                                                                                                                                      No

                                                                                                             No               "Not Employable"


  Step #2
                       Conduct a short                     Was
      Show                                                                     Have applicant                                          Conduct full interview
                         interview and                  interview                                                                                                                  Was
 applicant job                                                                    complete                                                with structured
                     introduce applicant               positive &     Yes                                     Cautions?        No                                               interview         Yes Continue to Step 3
 duties & work                                                                integrity survey.                                         questions including
                    to General Manager.                applicant                                                                                                                positive?
 environment.                                                                     (See NOTE #3)                                        additional job duties.
                          (See NOTE #2)                liked job?

                                                                                                                  Yes

                                                                         No                             "Not Employable"                                       No




  Step #3
                                                            Make conditional                          Signed                        Criminal
                                                                                                  Acknowledgment                                                Pass Fit-for-Duty                     General Manager
                                 Were                     offer of employment                                                     Background
Check References/                                                                                 & Consent form/                                                  Physical                           approval for hiring/
                              references         Yes          based on the           Yes                                Yes      Check/MVR's.            Yes                                Yes
  Work History                                                                                     Negative drug                                                 Assessment.                            orientation to
                               positive?                  applicant completing                                                     Negative?                          (See NOTE #5)
                                                                                                       test?                        (See NOTE #4)
                                                                                                                                                                                                          company.
                                                           the following items:

                                                                                                        No
                                                                                                                                        No
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Start new employee
                                                         No                                   "Not Employable"                                      No
                                                                                                                                                                                                          paperwork
 Note
 1. Section 2 of the Basic Skills Assessment is designed to help managers identify areas of improvement for the applicant. This is
    an optional section.
 2. Introduction to the General Manager can take place anytime during steps 1 & 2, but should be completed prior to making an
    offer of employment.                                                                                                                                                                             Start new employee
 3. Confirm social security number of integrity survey results with social security number placed on the application.                                                                                orientation/training
 4. Only required for select positions.
 5. Only required at facilities that conduct Fit-for-Duty physical assessments.
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