Special 1-day Version
Special, 1-day version of this course is being offered at CCPS’ Asia-Pacific Conference, for more information, click here.
Organizational change is normal and inevitable as companies seek to become more profitable, increase market share, and reduce manufacturing costs. When not properly evaluated and controlled, changes to equipment in a facility can lead to serious incidents with potentially severe consequences. However, because the effects of organizational change on process safety can be harder to see, it is less commonly recognized than other types of change.
Organizational change can lead to serious incidents with potentially severe consequences if not successfully administered. Acquisitions, mergers and joint ventures, new and revised corporate policies and procedures, task allocation changes, changes in job responsibilities, loss of key personnel, or even changes in shift hours can have an adverse impact on process safety. Because there is a tendency to focus on managing physical changes, most Management of Change (MOC) systems have overlooked or only superficially address organizational change management (OCM) and the impact of organizational changes that affect process safety.
- Modification of working conditions,
- Personnel changes,
- Task allocation changes,
- Organizational hierarchy changes, and
- Organizational policy changes
- What-If Analysis
- Checklist approach
- Bow Tie method
- Activity mapping
Here’s a preview of what you’ll learn:
- Organizational change- key concepts and definitions; A selection of Organizational Change Management (OCM)- related incidents
- Corporate standards for OCM
- How to conduct OCM risk assessment
- Tools and techniques for analyzing organizational changes
You should attend if …
- This course is designed for process safety professionals and managers who play keys role in evaluating and managing process safety risks during organizational change
Note: Registered attendees will receive an email 4 weeks before the course start date (6 weeks if course is outside the U.S.) notifying them of the status of the course. Please do not book airline tickets before you receive notification as we cannot reimburse tickets or airline change fees if the class is not held. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service (800.242.4363 or 203.702.7660 outside US).
October 27-28, 2014