Development and update of operational controls for an aerospace engine manufacturer’s EHS risks

Summary

A major manufacturer of aerospace engines mandated EEM to develop operational controls for significant environment, health and safety (EHS) risks – and to keep these controls up to date.

Approach and Solution

After identifying significant EHS risks, EEM made field visits alongside company employees to specify the steps in each process, the controls in place, and related performance indicators. This information was mapped in a one-page document for each process. Operational controls were then communicated to targeted supervisors, for presentation to the employees concerned. These operational control mappings are updated every three years by EEM to reflect ongoing changes.

Results

This project made for the development and communication of operational controls of EHS risks that are concise, simple and easy to use.

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