Qatargas was presented with the Sword of Honour, for excellence in the management of health and safety risks at work, and the Globe of Honour, for excellence in environmental management. These coveted awards represents the pinnacle of achievement in the world of health and safety management.
The El Segundo Refinery Coke Drum Reliability Project (CDRP) has been honored by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as the winner of the profession’s highest accolade—the 2015 PMI Project of the Year Award.
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.
JMJ client Ewan Chesser, Chevron’s Denmark Country Manager, shares his safety leadership journey from his experience as an Operations Manager for Chevron Netherlands. Ewan demonstrates how bringing new eyes to challenges can produce extraordinary results.
Petroleum Institute of Thailand’s (PTIT) Focus features an article exploring how Safety Leadership is distinct from Safety Management, and the ways in which Safety Leadership must be prioritized in order to achieve the next level of safety results.
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.
Japanese Engineering & Construction Corporat Achieves Breakthrough Improvement in Safety Performance During this period of high risk when thousands of separate procedures are performed, there had been one minor incident at the beginning of the project, the rest of the turnaround was completed safely without incident and on schedule.
AUSTIN, TEXAS, May 20, 2014—On June 10, 2014, Tsutomu Akabane, JGC Senior Managing Director and JMJ Senior Partner Rick Bair will discuss “The Future of Safety: Transforming the Role of People in Creating Safety Performance” at the WCOGI Conference in Okayama, Japan.