High level of expertise in industrial risk management
Tactise has many years of experience of implementing major industrial risk management projects. The success of projects and approaches has been constantly confirmed in practice.
Our team is reinforced by the support of expert epidemiologists
For this particular project, the company bolstered its team by appointing leading experts in evidence-based medicine
Adaptation of the world's best practices and experience in dealing with H1N1
In 2009, at the height of the H1N1 epidemic, Tactise's Senior Methodologist in his capacity as Senior Safety Officer was involved in implementing a biological risk management system at ExxonMobil.
Compiling a list of critical processes for value production Compiling a list of critical production personnel. Compiling a list of critical equipment and spare parts. Compiling a list of critical suppliers and contractors. Creation of special measures to minimize risks for all critical parameters, jointly with the epidemiologists. Allocation of roles, "enhancing competencies" for responding to emergency events, and communication competencies. Completing a checklist for epidemic response and recovery.
International methods are used including the HAZID, HAZOP ("What if?" method), BOW-TIE, as well as other original methods. The project constructs "event trees" (how an infection can occur and develop), "consequence trees" (how an infection situation can develop, what the consequences can be, what will be the impact on people, production, and the company's reputation). The session is conducted by the leading expert epidemiologists in the Russian Federation.
A contingency plan is created to ensure the continuity and recovery of production in the event of a partial suspension/decrease in the rate of production (the aim is to avoid losses and prevent fatal errors at the moment of recovery when restrictions are lifted). Decision-making criteria for the resumption of operations are approved, as well as the criteria for returning to reduced production rates. A roadmap for the actions of services and managers is created as well as a communication plan for the recovery.
Key project stages
Theory, not practice. You have to play out the response scenarios to acquire the requisite skills. Training programme for a range of scenarios (shift worker falls ill, critical spare parts haven't been supplied, negative media communications about the measures taken by the company, etc.). Scenario development requires expert facilitation and feedback. Management training in critical communication and working in an emergency team with distributed roles. Training of personnel in the ability to maintain effective disease prevention measures.
Playing out scenarios
Division and localization of working groups as one of the personnel protection practices
Group A routes
Group B routes
Sanitary Point A
Medical centre A
Sanitary Point B
Medical centre B
Enhanced corporate readiness for an epidemiological emergency
Identified critical risks
The key risks were identified and minimized. Response scenarios were developed and implemented
Teams were set up
Working groups to manage risks in the field and maintain the protection system were assembled and trained
Reliable corporate protection system
A corporate adapted methodology for biological risk management was created and introduced
Compliance with requirements
After implementation, the system was checked for compliance with the requirements and recommendations of the state legislative authorities