While the desire for safety may be instinctive, finding the most effective method of promoting safe operations is not. Companies should not only keep their employees safe, but must also take steps to minimize the danger their operations pose to the general public and the natural environment in which they are located.
ATC embraces the following five principles:
- The health and safety of people is valued above all else.
- All occupational injuries and illnesses can be prevented.
- Excellence in safety is compatible with excellence in other business parameters such as quality, productivity and profitability; they are mutually supportive. Safe, healthy employees have a positive impact on all operations and customers, and enhance credibility in the community.
- Safety must be made an integral part of everything we do.
- Good safety is mainly the result of attitudes and beliefs of people. Most injuries and safety incidents occur because of inattention. People take risks and allow others to take risks because they believe they will not get hurt.
Safety management systems provide a framework for minimizing such dangers at every level of an organization. Safety management services help businesses meet regulatory requirements, protect their reputations and take steps to keep their employees safe from a single incident investigation to a complete safety culture assessment.
ATC's background in safety management has allowed us to continue providing clients with current, reliable and practical advice and assistance. Based on our clients' specific concerns, ATC will develop solutions that establish, manage and monitor activities to improve safety performance for any orgaization.
Our team of recognized experts in safety management can help develop safety programs that meet regulatory requirements and deliver measurable results.
Process Hazard Analysis
Process Safety Management
Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation
Safety Culture Assessment and Training
Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS)
Safety Management Systems