We utilize Risk Assessments at all levels at M.C. Dean. Our success is driven by the planning process and includes evaluating risk in every decision we make. This can happen informally through Daily Work Briefings, or formally through our Project Risk Registers, as well as Position and Activity based assessments. Risk Assessments provide safety professionals with an avenue to connect with operations and demonstrate to our customers we understand their business.
Learn about what lessons organizations and OSH professionals have learned from implementing the risk assessment/management process, including the benefits they have experienced and how you can take these lessons back to your organization.
Learn more about how Green Mountain Coffee implemented a risk assessment-based approach to protect employees as they kept pace with the organization’s tremendous growth.read
Description of the Safety Management Innovation Award.read
Find out how Owens Corning used risk assessment to set itself on a path toward sustainable zero injury performance.read
When discussions with his management at Bristol-Myers Squibb started focusing on evaluation of high-risk activities and safety culture and understanding risk, Aaron started looking more closely at the risk assessment process. Find out how he instilled a risk assessment mind-set at his organization and gained the support of management.read
Dave believes that in order to be effective in their role, all safety professionals must take the time to personally do a “deep dive” into their own organization’s incident causal data, including hard copies of incident and root cause reports. He believes that others will find, as he and Owens Corning did, “startling new answers.”read
Randy and the safety team at PPG knew that the successful implementation of a risk-based safety culture was dependent upon having a workforce trained in and committed to a risk-assessment thought process. Learn about the exercises his team used with employees, his “simplicity” approach, and the benefits that occurred from creating a risk-based safety culture.read
In ASSE's Risk Assessment Certificate Program, students are tasked with creating a risk matrix for their organization. See examples of their work here.