Category: Client Results

October 1, 2010
North American Onshore Gas Company

Multinational Onshore Gas Operation Combines the Incident and Injury-Free™(IIF™) Approach with Coaching

The size and scope of this energy-rich region presents safety challenges for companies that operate there. Operators service wells daily by driving long distances in all types of weather and frequently work with hazardous materials. This multinational onshore gas producer experienced a driving incident every ten days in 2008, helping push it into the last place in its North American Onshore Operations in terms of safety. As a result, the managers in charge of North America challenged the San Juan […]
August 20, 2010
Cal Dive International, Inc.

Cal Dive Builds its Corporate Culture Using JMJ’s Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) Safety Approach

Cal Dive International, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is the largest commercial diving company in the world. Based on the size of its fleet, Cal Dive is the leader in the diving support business, which provides services including construction, inspection, maintenance, repair and decommissioning of offshore production and pipeline infrastructure on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf and in select international offshore markets, sometimes partnering with other enterprises.
October 6, 2009
BAA Terminal Five

British Airport Authority Deploys JMJ to Create Safety Culture at Heathrow’s Terminal Five

Achieved two periods of one million person-hours without a reportable accident; 40% decrease in minor accidents; over 75% of the workforce states that this is the safest site they have ever seen.
October 6, 2009
Global Mining Company

Mining Multinational Works With JMJ Associates To Achieve Successful Project Turnaround

Fund managers around the world have been focusing closely on the ability of the resource companies they invest in to deliver cost-effective projects on time. “Blow outs” have been impacting projects all over the world. Even though cost pressures at this writing (September 2009) have decreased since the Global Financial Crisis, there are still regions suffering from acute shortages of resources and consequent increases in wages, salaries, and materials.
October 6, 2009
Skanska Cementation Foundations Partners

Skanska Cementation Foundations Partners with JMJ, Reducing Injury Rates by 75% in Four Years

The IIF engagement has, in partnership with Skanska Cementation Foundations, created an award-winning safety culture within the organization.