Santa Monica Seafood held its 11th Annual Supplier Summit on February 20th at the Hyatt Regency in Long Beach, California. Representatives from 150 of their top suppliers were in attendance.
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Proudfoot takes a finalist position for Best International Project in the 2018 Management Consultancies Association (MCA) Awards. The International Project Award is open to all Consulting firms worldwide, and the winner is announced at the 2018 MCA Awards ceremony, April 26th in London.
Organizations can help people apply safety consciousness at the point of execution – the main source of real safety and operation issues.
SAFETY IS A STRATEGIC AND OPERATIONAL IMPERATIVE. Traditionally, organizations separated safety from operations and approached it strictly as a standalone issue. However, the concept of safe operations is about changing the way that people approach their jobs to improve the level of safety and productivity within an organization.
Safety nowadays is just as relevant in the oil and gas industry as it was 10 years ago. And, while the industry continues to make great strides to reduce the amount of job-related injuries, the reality is the same safety policies and procedures that have been in place for years are simply not enough to prevent fatalities. Based on our depth of experience working with oil and gas executives,
By combining direct revenues, payments made to service sectors and other contributions, the mining industry is responsible for approximately 45 percent of the world’s measured economic activity. As such, there is no denying that mining plays an important role in today’s economy.
Safety is one of the most important issues in today’s mining sector. That’s why Alexander Proudfoot participated in last week’s National Coal Mine Rescue, First Aid, Bench and Pre-Shift Competition. The competition, sponsored by the National Mining Association and administered by the US Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration, put the industry’s safety skills on center stage in Columbus, OH.
...but they don't always get the focus they deserve.
The industry is making great efforts to share best practice, witness Anglo American making its industry award winning Safety Risk Management Programme (SRMP) available to the rest of the industry in May last year. Since its inception in 2008 Anglo American credit it with a 29% reduction in fatalities and the number and severity of lost-time injuries by 27%.