22 Committed Culture - Obtaining Operational Discipline

Monday, April 11, 2016: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
360 (George R. Brown )

This session will be focused on the Vision 20/20 Industry Tenet of Committed Culture. In a Committed Culture, executives involve themselves personally, managers and supervisors drive excellent execution every day, and all employees maintain a sense of vigilance and vulnerability. Papers on this topic will highlight best practices in which executives, supervisors, managers, engineers, operators and mechanics enable and encourage a committed culture which supports safe and reliable operations. This Session will look at:Obtaining Operational Discipline. Operators and mechanics diligently follow procedures and speak up when they suspect a problem or see an opportunity for improvement, while supervisors and managers verify work is done properly, intervene to correct situations, and openly communicate negative news to management.

31st Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) International Conference
Andrew Goddard Email: andrew.goddard@arkema.com
Timothy Murphy Email: timothy.murphy@arkema.com
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