It is no longer possible to have a culture of “good faith” and implied trust when it comes to Operational and EHS Risk. The risks and costs of such a position are just too high. Also, when it comes to Operational and EHS Risk control, don’t get accidentally caught between “good intentions” and incidents. Demand and ensure reliable, predictable risk control competency.
Competency is king when it comes to increasing and getting control of Operational and EHS Risk. History proves this.
In today’s world of high capital, high volatility and high risk environments, how do energy and chemical leaders create and validate competency? How do leaders create a culture of competency that establishes greater risk control?
The most recent Pilko & Associates Grey Paper, entitled “Leadership: Growing competency to gain control of risk within the organization” answers these key questions. In this Grey Paper, you’ll discover the:
Each section brings insights that you can immediately apply within your organization.Combined, they form a picture of how you can steadily, predictably and economically grow your control of Operational and EHS Risk.
The very best leaders within energy and chemical companies know that increased risk control directly impacts sustainability, profitability and reputation. Why not learn how you can protect all three of these by growing your risk control competency across the plant, organization or company.