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Posts Tagged ‘Management of Organizational Change’

Types of Organizational Change Management

Organizational change can come in many forms. The most common today is workload balancing, many companies have been through the dark period of de-manning and laying the workforce off to save costs. This came after automation reduced the need for the number of outside workers. Now because of changes to equipment, shutting down some units…

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Learn more about our Staffing Studies

It is extremely important to ensure that when changes to the organization are made the safety of the facility is not compromised. As such we strongly recommend a Management of Organization Change study is undertaken. Based on recent incidents, and subsequent recommendations from investigations such as the Baker report, and legislation, such as that in…

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Good Control Rooms Do Not Just Happen

This has been an incredible month so far.  I started the month in Houston at the ISA Awards where I received my Fellow award.  Let me share a little of the experience with you. Citation: In recognition of visionary development of Abnormal Situation Management. Ian Nimmo is President of User Centered Design Services Inc. and…

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Why do we need to do Management of Organizational Change (MOOC)?

One of the biggest questions we get asked by our clients is ‘Why do we need to do Management of Organizational Change (MOOC)?’ This still seems a strange question to us. Companies rarely question the need for normal Management of Change and the link between equipment changes and potential safety and operational compromises is well…

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UCDS announced a joint partnership with EnerSys and Doug Rothenberg to provide a complete solution to cover all areas of the PHMSA/CRM.  The partnership provides a one stop shop for a complete Pipeline Solution for control system, alarm management, High Performance HMI and SCADA Controls and Ergonomically Designed Control Meeting ISO 11064 Standards and the…

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