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DSS Brings An Integrated And Behaviour-Focused Approach To ORM

Date: 17 December 2015

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Executive Summary

As of late, EH&S management has undergone an overhaul. Between new management techniques, improvements in equipment and training, and more sophisticated uses of EH&S software, EH&S managers and executives are finding new methods and avenues to advance performance in employee and environmental health and safety. In other words, EH&S management systems are more mature now than they have ever been before. So how do firms keep getting closer to the goal of a perfect safety and/or environmental record? DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS), a business unit of DuPont that focuses on helping clients improve safety and operational performance, is bringing an operational risk management (ORM) approach to the table that seeks to solve this problem. To find out more about what DSS has learnt, and how this benefits the EH&S community at large, Verdantix spoke with DSS’s Global ORM practice leaders, Srini Ramabhadran and Mieke Jacobs.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DSS Brings An Integrated And Behaviour-Focused Approach To ORM
EH&S Leaders Are Actively Seeking To Move Beyond Compliance-Focused Strategies With Risk In Mind
Operational Risk Management Is A Valuable But Challenging Next Step
DSS Leverages Its Experience To Implement Advanced ORM-Led Approaches To EH&S
ORM Within EH&S Means Connecting The Dots Between The Granular Areas Of EH&S And The Entirety Of The Organization

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

American Airlines, Borealis AG, DuPont, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS), Enablon, Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA), General Electric, General Motors, Georgia Pacific, IHS, Ingersoll Rand, Intelex, Knoll, Mitsubishi Motors, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Pfizer, Rivo, Stanley Black & Decker, Tesla Motors, Volkswagen