Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST (GMT -5, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
Effective management of Occupational Health and Safety risk relies upon using contractors who are aligned with your HSE goals. Identifying contractors who meet minimum HSE expectations, and avoiding those that do not, is a key part of contractor management. With HSE performance, liabilities, insurance coverage, impact on operations, reputation and many other considerations dependent upon contractor performance, contractor safety is just good business. Campbell Institute has published a research report, based on best practice collections from its 14 member firms, outlining the stages of the contractor life cycle, from the initial vetting and prequalification stage to a final post-job evaluation.
Join us to learn from a 100 billion dollar revenue organization, that leverages contractors to run most of its operations, how it manages the full contractor life cycle management process from a safety standpoint. How do you differentiate contractors that operate safely from those that don’t? These decisions can have direct impact on your organization’s safety performance, reputation and bottom line, potentially adding risk to your operations.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- A holistic approach to high-risk contractor management
- Contractor self-assessment via questionnaires to collect, process information and identify trends that drive contracting decisions
- Onsite assessments to verify performance, and
- Use of analytics to manage the global process
Richard Head, Head of Health, Safety & Environment, Trafigura
Richard has been an HSE practitioner for 30 years, most of them in oil and gas companies, where he has held operational and strategic HSE roles in a varied international career. He has led HSE design and due diligence projects; held asset, regional and executive HSE roles; project managed complex Environmental Impact Assessments, aligned with IFC Performance Standards, obtained Equator Principle bank loans, achieved ISO14001 and 18001 certifications; led serious incident investigations; enhanced corporate HSE management systems; set and achieved corporate HSE targets and developed and implemented Corporate HSE strategies. At Trafigura he is responsible for leading all aspects of the company’s HSE improvement programme.
He holds a first degree in geology from Oxford Brooks University, an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, University of London and a certificate in Sustainable Business from Cambridge University.
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
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