Enabling Sustainable Operations
Operational Sustainability assists forward-thinking companies in the development of business processes, management systems and information systems, so as to:
- Enhance EH&S Compliance Assurance, Reduce Energy Use and Emissions
- Increase Resource Utilization, Capital Effectiveness and Wrench Time
- Minimize Equipment Outages, Inspections, Alarms, Defects, Material Inventory and Parts Obsolescence
- Ensure Workforce Competency and Organizational Resilience
Operational Risk Management (ORM) is an enterprise approach to identifying, analyzing and mitigating risk associated with assets and operations. Simply said, ORM is the next generation of Operational Excellence, which provides a map of diagnostic outcomes.
Companies often struggle to create and effectively execute a strategic vision around Operational Excellence. While making modest gains, organizational dynamics typically lead to processes being vetted out in isolation. The results are procedures and processes that aren’t interoperable and the propagation of stove-piped software solutions. Our pre-configured ORM blueprints and technology help to simplify the vision, leading to desirable outcomes and long-term sustainability in your culture. We seek to leverage your core investment by focusing by initially building around it to fill gaps.
We help our clients take a holistic perspective that identifies the interdependencies between functions and leverage data to enable even greater levels of performance improvement in Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S), Asset Integrity, Reliability, Maintenance, Alarm Management, Operations, Human Resources/Organizational Sustainability, Engineering, Supply Chain, Process Safety, SEMS Compliance, and Capital Project Planning & Execution. The result is substantial return on investment and sustained business performance improvement.
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