mission de management de transition : Secure and perpetuate a Seveso site in an urban environment

Catherine

Catherine

Catherine is a mining engineer. She began her career in research. She quickly joined an oil company in risk management and site security in the EMEA zone and then moved on to the heavy chemicals industry. For the past two years, Catherine has been involved in political and operational support in risk management.

A medium-sized group, leader in its specialty sector (chemicals), present in 25 countries with 30 industrial sites, was forced to urgently review the control of industrial risks following a critical incident.

This historic site of the group, now surrounded by houses and schools, is threatened with closure by the administration (DRIRE).

Client issues

Secure the site's operations and environment

review with all the trades of the site the security requirements

Implementing a risk management culture

within a company previously focused on technicality

Guarantee the sustainability of the site

to comply with regulatory requirements

Transition Manager

Industrial Risk Manager

more than 15 years of experience in France and abroad

Trained to excellence in industrial risk management

within the leading group in the field (Exxon)

Double experience in companies and in consulting

varied and diversified experience in many sectors with high security stakes

Content of the mission

I immediately reopened the dialogue with the administration (DRIRE) and allowed to freeze the imminent threat of closure of one of the workshops.

I am working with all the site's functions to examine in detail the safety impacts of each process, while maintaining the site's productivity level.

Most of the processes are improved and secured, operators and management are involved and trained.

In 24 months, I have established a good level of security culture. The site, which was threatened with closure, is now sustainable.