The JGC Corporation based in Yokohama, Japan built a new safety culture across its entire organization, positively impacting local and overseas projects. With its experience on the Shell Pearl GTL project, JGC’s management recognized the potential of the IIF safety approach very quickly. It became their model project.
SPD had been working on improving its safety performance ever since the start of its operations in 2003. While improvements had been seen, the company leadership remained dissatisfied by an injury rate which was unacceptably high.
Clarke Energy saw the value and benefits first hand of having a great safety culture. It aspired to operate in that type of safety conscious environment. This was a great opportunity to raise their safety standards and learn from others who are already deeply committed to the goal of everyone going home safe.
$2.8B LNG MCP Completes Safely, On Schedule, with Outstanding Quality The $2.8 billion PT Donggi-Senoro Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) Project finished on time with quality marks utilizing JMJ’s Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) Approach. At project’s end, over 3000 local workers worked 34 Million worker-hours without a Lost Time Incident (LTI).
Engineering group Monadelphous achieved triple figures for Days Without Injury after taking on the Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach while responsible for all critical utilities on a Project in excess of 5,500 in a remote location. Overall, there was a much more confident workforce, moving from a reactive environment to one with active participation, leadership and care and concern.
Construction of the IGD Habshan 5 Process Plant Project set a world safety record of 100 Million Worker Hours without an LTI The IGD Habshan 5 Process Plant Project finished on schedule, resulting in significant revenue savings for the client and all stakeholders in comparison to a number of similar sized projects that have suffered delays.
BAM Nuttall was awarded the Engaging Employees Guardian’s 2013 Sustainable Business Award JMJ supports Civil Engineering Company, Bam Nuttall to build and strengthen their existing Beyond Zero safety culture resulting in a sustainable shift in organisational culture, reduced environmental incidents and increasedemployee engagement
Pfizer Grange Castle is one of the largest biotech sites in the world. Over 1,000 people work at the Grange Castle site, which includes five manufacturing suites, a warehouse, quality control, development and technical services laboratories, and engineering and utility facilities.
The GS Caltex IIF journey has been implemented in three phases over the course of the three megaprojects. The first project saw a top-down introduction to the IIF approach, the second was integration into the overall GS Caltex culture, and the third project has seen a thriving, active IIF culture.