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Critical Control Management Critical Risk Management Health & Safety Maturity Assessments

FEFO Consulting recently launched our Critical Control Management (CCM) Workbook, a step-by-step guide to effectively managing critical controls. Our Workbook provide a framework for taking a risk-based approach aligned with international guidance and experience with multiple CCM implementation projects.

This CCM workbook covers:

  1. Material Unwanted Events & Critical Controls
  2. Standards & Capability
  3. Verification & Evaluation
  4. Review, Learn & Improve

Our self-directed CCM Workbook is supported by a simple self-assessment tool providing a selection of 5 different options based on desired maturity levels.

5-Part Webinar Series: Critical Control Management (CCM)

FEFO Consulting is delivering a 5-part series which will provide simple and effective tips on how to deliver a CCM. This will include case studies, shared learning, and guest speakers from several multinational organisations, like Lockheed Martin, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), and Natural Resource Australasia. 

5-Part Webinar Series

1. Material Unwanted Events (MUE)

This webinar is Part 1 of 5 and provides a simple Introduction to identify Material Unwanted Events (MUE) with high potential consequences. Practical case studies also include tips on mapping major hazards and safety materiality.

Health and Safety Materiality
Measure | Focus | Act

2. Critical Controls

This webinar is Part 2 of 5 and outlined different types of risk analysis option when evaluating Material Unwanted Events (MUE) and methods to identify critical controls. A practical case study will also be provided outlining how to identify critical controls pitfalls.

Pitfalls and Leading Practices
Case Study

3. Critical Control Performance Standards

This webinar is Part 3 of 5 and outlined options for setting critical control performance standards. In additional, practical case studies were provided on setting expectations for assurance activity and attributes of effective critical controls.

70:20:10 Principles
Getting the Basics Right First

4. Crtitical Control Verification

This webinar is Part 4 of 5 and outlined options for verifying critical controls and evaluating a broader Critical Control Management (CCM) program . In additional, practical case studies were provided by Rebecca Crompton, General Manager, HSE from BSA Ltd.

Checking What Matters!
Supply Chain Critical Controls
Shifting Mindsets

5. Critical Control Performance Mesurement

This webinar is Part 5 of 5 and outlined options for Critical Control Management (CCM) performance measurement. This also included options for a balance scorecard and insights on Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting from Wade Needham, General Manager, EHS, Natural Resources Australasia.

Impact of Poor CCM on Shareholder Value
Lead, Lag and Predictive Indicators
Identifying Specific Behaviours

Our Unique Assessment Method

What is your Current vs Desired State?

Not all businesses are created equal. Different industry, needs, stakeholders and capability. For this reason, we developed a 5 Level maturity assessment approach, allowing organisations to set their own goals. 

“Avoid using a sledgehammer to crack a nut!”

Choose your own goals, and we tailor both the assessment and solutions to meet your needs. Based on your results, we provide unique solutions to meet your need. 

CCM Assessment

Tips for Critical Control Management (CCM)

Here are a few tips when outsourcing health and safety activity: 

  1. Measure – Evaluate current performance based on your unique context (Level 1-5) to understand current vs. desired state
  2. Focus – Understand areas of focus to prioritise what is important
  3. Act Develop an action plan, identify expertise and resources needed to enable improvements that matter!  

To learn more from our CCM case studies, refer to our Success Stories webpage.

Contact us for a free 1-hour discovery session during the month of November 2021 to assist with effective implementation of Critical Control Management (CCM) and avoid unintended consequences.

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