Qatar Shell is a long standing partner of JMJ, with a working relationship that spans almost 6 years. Behavioural Safety Leadership Coach Mark Peacock reflects on what he has seen and experienced during JMJ’s partnership with the Shell Pearl GTL Mega Project.
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.
The Australian energy company had never executed a project of this scale before. The challenges faced were significant. The project scope was ambitious – one of the world’s largest projects, covering an enormous geographic area and with a tight project time frame.
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.
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.
$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).
JMJ Client JGC Awarded Number 1 Contractor Safety Award at the ExxonMobil Development Company (EMDC) Contractor Safety Forum ExxonMobil Development Company presented its prestigious Number 1 Contractor of the Year Award to JGC Corporation/Chiyoda Joint Venture in recognition of excellent safety performance on the PNG Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project in Papua New Guinea.
In a recent Engineering Network News (ENN) article, global engineering firm and JMJ client JGC Corporation is featured, reporting a sharp decline in their work-related injuries and deaths as a result of implementing an Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach within the organisation. This article reports on improved project performance and project margins at JGC.
In a recent Engineering Business (ENB) article, JMJ client JGC Corporation is featured having achieved safety success utilizing JMJ’s IIF safety approach. At the same time, the IIF approach has also helped JGC improve construction quality and raise productivity while building on their safety leadership capacity.
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.