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DEKRA Organisational & Process Safety

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Article archive for DEKRA Organisational & Process Safety;

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Brain-Centred Performance: The final frontier in workplace safety 08 March 2022

Through improved education, technology and data analysis, safety leaders have become increasingly adept at recognising and controlling external hazards and exposures related to people, processes, and materials....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Leadership is not a spectator sport 08 March 2022

Engaged leaders with a clear sense of their role and how it shapes company culture are best equipped to guide their organisations through transformative times....

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Deconstructing Organisational Culture: Understanding its component parts improves safety and performance 11 January 2022

While there is general agreement that an organisation’s culture plays a decisive role in its failure or success, how to influence cultural factors is not as well understood. Research conducted over the past several years seems to point to six dimensions or areas that directly impact company culture. These are the keys that unlock the mystery of organisational culture and help point the way to cultural improvement....

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Optimising safety for the renewable energy sector - a culture of care is the foundation 19 October 2021

Renewable sources of energy are widely viewed as the engines that will power the world one day, and companies specialising in renewables are already making headway toward that goal. But no matter how innovative or new, every industry has to consider safety, and the renewables sector is no exception. Fortunately, the basic tenets are somewhat universal, and are reflected in a ‘culture of care’ approach that informs every aspect of an organisation....

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Free Webinar: Leadership is not a Spectator Sport 30 September 2021

Engaged leaders with a clear sense of their role and how it shapes company culture are best equipped to guide their organisations through transformative times. To learn more about what it takes to lead effectively, attend DEKRA's leadership webinar on the 19th October, 2021 aimed at demystifying what good leadership entails and provide concrete advice on how to lead for success....

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Fatal Leverkusen waste explosion likely initiated by runaway chemical reaction 09 September 2021

Incidents due to chemical reactions have, fortunately, been relatively infrequent and “below the radar” over the last few years but the shocking death toll at the Currenta waste treatment facility in the Chempark Industrial Area in Leverkusen on 27th July 2021 is a stark reminder of the huge potential of such incidents....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Creating a culture of care 08 June 2021

Organisations can improve their safety efforts and build resilience against catastrophic events by increasing the level of care demonstrated by people in their decision making and behaviour....

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DEKRA launches a series of educational webinars and now offers DSEAR online courses 24 May 2021

DEKRA has launched a series of webinars to support clients and their employees in developing knowledge in safety and performance improvement....

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Cybercriminals and ransomware: the cyber-attack risks to process plants 15 April 2021

Hacking into computer systems, disabling alarms, and shutting equipment down are often portrayed in the plot of many a Hollywood science fiction movie, however the premise is not entirely fictional....

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Great Britain starts own chemicals legislation: UK-REACH 07 January 2021

With the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU and the end of the transition period on December 31, 2020, the validity of EU Regulation No. 1907/2006 ("REACH") in Great Britain also ended. A corresponding British law will now come into force ("UK-REACH"). Companies that trade in chemicals across borders should quickly adapt to the new rules....