With sites in more than 30 countries around the world, modern technology and remote conferencing facilities has enabled real time risk assessments to occur simultaneously across the globe.
The aim of the project is to ensure the continual improvement of critical controls that relate to material unwanted events (MUEs) associated with the major hazards across the business by:
- Engaging sites’ subject matter experts in the verification of the current controls and/or the development of new controls together with supporting documentation to further improve control effectiveness, and
- To further enhance risk management capability across the group.
Hasn’t COVID-19 taught us so much? 2 years ago, we might have jumped on a plane to visit each site, perhaps making our services commercially unviable due to extensive transport costs. Now our experts are on equal footing with our international competitors. It is truly rewarding to be recognised as a leader in our field of health & safety by such a renowned mining organisation so far from home. Our team has an extensive background and expertise in mining risks and so it gratifying to apply that globally.
We look forward to continuing this project and developing our relationship with them. Canada last night, South America tomorrow and on to Africa and then Asia. A truly world-wide tour but more importantly, world-wide delivery with local service.
Our thanks to Darren, Clare, Anthony and Michael for getting up so early.