Generally, for Organisations, process and workplace safety is a Corporate Governance issue.
What exactly is “Corporate Governance”?
Corporate Governance is the system of rules, practices and processes by which a company is directed and controlled.
Corporate Governance involves balancing the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community.
There is no doubt that “good Corporate Governance places Organisations and our society for success”.
In 2012, the Chemical Accidents Programme presented the OECD document “Corporate Governance for Process Safety” and recommends a framework based upon improving:
- Leadership and Culture
- Risk Awareness
Our Corporate Governance approach comprises (but not limited to):
Establishing the baseline is critical and Applied KPI provide a comprehensive range of auditing services associated with:
- Process Safety Management (PSM)
- Environmental Compliance
- Health and Safety Compliance
Policies and Procedures
- Reviewing existing Policies and Procedures for completeness and effectiveness.
- Developing and implementing policies and procedures based upon audit or risk assessment findings.
- Reviewing relative performance (i.e., comparative).
- Establishing Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for Leadership review and continuous improvement in process and workplace safety aspects.
- Periodic surveillance, reviews and impartial reporting on Corporate Governance aspects