JMJ Client Associated British Ports (ABP) is embarking on a ground-breaking health and safety journey which will see not only ABP employees, but everyone the business works with, strive for Beyond Zero.
Lifting operations and suspended loads are always in the top 10 of identified safety risks. Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL), a leading offshore contractor wanted to enhance their organizational safety culture. The COO, Peter de Bree shares his personal safety leadership journey, his reflections and the lessons he learned in implementing JMJ’s Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach.
JMJ is proud to present The Hunger Project’s (THP) recently launched video called “From Impossible to Possible.” JMJ is the longest-duration corporate sponsor of The Hunger Project, a non-profit organization founded on principles, methods and a commitment to making the impossible possible that are closely aligned with those of JMJ Associates.
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, February 18, 2015—On Thursday, 19 March 2015, Mike Goddu, co-founder of JMJ Associates, and best-selling author Professor Sidney Dekker of Griffith University, will host a provocative discussion exploring the issue of Leading Safety Differently at the Hilton Brisbane Hotel.
JMJ Co-founder Mike Goddu and Professor Sidney Dekker featured in Business News Australia Featured in Business News Australia, (please click on the PDF link above for the full article) JMJ Co-founder Mike Goddu and Professor Sidney Dekker of Griffith University share their perspectives on punitive measures and safety.
AUSTIN, TEXAS, October 28, 2014—JMJ is pleased to announce the opening of its new Business Unit in Kazakhstan. The Business Unit will be headquartered in Atyrau and will support the growth of the business in the Caspian region in addition to the expansion of JMJ’s European business.
JMJ Associates, a global management consultancy specializing in Enterprise Transformation, is pleased to announce that its Performance Coaching Program has received a prestigious European Quality Award (EQA) from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
AUSTIN, TEXAS, July 13, 2012—The JMJ Korea Team hosted the first ever one-day Korea IIF Success Day (KIS Day) to recognize the successful results of their clients’ implementation of the IIF safety program. The purpose of the day was to share successes, lessons learned and best practices with current and future leaders of the IIF approach throughout Korea.
AUSTIN, TEXAS, March 13, 2012—JMJ Associates is pleased to announce the implementation of its Incident and Injury-Free safety approach with a new client, Seaway Heavy Lifting. The organizations will work together in partnership to enhance Seaway Heavy Lifting’s organizational safety performance and culture.