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IHS OE&RM Professional Services
Need help to mitigate risks in order to achieve business goals? We can facilitate your Bow Tie study in a three-step manner.
Analyze the respective process safety information along with the scope and objectives of the project.
Conduct series of onsite meetings where the facilitator guides the team to identify the hazards associated and assists them in analyzing these scenarios further.
Provide a report that includes all the findings and recommendations of this study.
Renowned for its commitment to operational excellence and safety, this global energy industry leader established an enterprise-wide system to improve incident analysis and reporting workflows, enhance HES business intelligence and provide KPIs for corporate sustainability reporting (e.g. GRI, API/IPIECA).Learn more about our client’s successes
The world’s largest chemical producer has streamlined management of safety, health and environmental issues by developing a standard template to document process safety risks and training 1,600 staff within 9 months. Thousands of risk assessments have been created, expediting prioritization of action items and simplifying compliance reporting.
An integrated energy company provided 1,200 team members at 50 facilities with access to a centralized operational risk management system. That system contributed to the firm achieving its best ever safety score with 20% decrease in TRIFR recordable injuries, reducing MOC audit actions from more than 30 to zero, and helped support a $20 billion 500km LNG project.Learn More About Our Customers Success
This municipal agency centralized tracking of incidents and workers compensation claims to ensure quick medical services and minimize lost work time. Its Risk Management office now handles 200 annual claims for 5,500 employees/volunteers with a staff of 1. It has reduced its annual budget by 25% and ranks #1 among 410 state worker-comp programs.