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Improving PSM Implementation through Operational Discipline

10/16/12 10:00 am to 10/16/13 2:00 pm EDT

 

There’s an old saying:  “Strategy is everything. Execution is everything else.”  In the case of Process Safety Management (PSM), many companies have a strategy and a plan.  It’s when the rubber meets the road – implementation – that failure occurs. A poorly implemented PSM program can result in increased incidents that threaten the well-being of employees, companies and the communities where they operate. 

DuPont define operational discipline as “The deeply rooted dedication and commitment by every member of an organization to carry out each task, the right way, each time.”  A high level of Operational Discipline is integral part of ensuring strong PSM performance and overall operational excellence.

Fortunately, a PSM program can be enhanced through operational discipline. Learn how, when done properly, operational discipline can result in rapid, substantial and sustainable improvements in day-to-day PSM.


This webinar will answer the following:

  • What is operational discipline?
  • How will operational discipline enhance my existing Process Safety Management program?
  • How do I embed operational discipline into my managing processes?

 

Speaker:

Srinivasan Ramabhadran

Global Practice Leader, Process Safety and Risk Management Offerings
DuPont Sustainable Solutions

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