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TMCNet:  Operational Risk Management: What All EHS Managers Should Know

[July 12, 2014]

Operational Risk Management: What All EHS Managers Should Know

(3BL Media Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Download Complimentary Report from LNS ResearchSOURCE: Enablon DESCRIPTION:Operational risks are inherently different from many other types of risks. Operational failures not only impact health, safety and the environment: they also have a direct impact on financial performance.

To address the uniqueness of operational risks, market-leading companies are establishing a specific Operational Risk Management (ORM) framework. ORM frameworks delineate how risk will be identified, assessed, monitored, and responded to across quality, environment, health and safety (EH&S), energy, sustainability, and other management programs. While the risk management processes for these systems have traditionally been disconnected, ORM frameworks bring them together and provide a more holistic and strategic method for managing enterprise risk.

This complimentary report, written by LNS Research, will help EH&S professionals understand the challenges, benefits and best practices in implementing a structured ORM approach and how it can benefit your activities by transforming these efforts into a source of differentiation and financial growth.

This 12-page study draws upon the exclusive results of a recent LNS Research survey to more than 500 executives. What you’ll learn in this report: Benchmark Data: Executives’Top Objectives and ChallengesLNS Research’s Operational Risk Management FrameworkBenefits of Implementing an ORM Framework and SystemIndustry Case Study from a Leading Bio-Pharma ManufacturerDownload your complimentary copy of the report by following this link: Contact Info:Chloe PottEnablon+1 (312) © Copyright 2014, 3BL Media LLC

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