HSE International, LLC (HSEINTL) was retained by a major international Company to conduct an Environmental and Social Assessment (ESDD) of an industrial complex and associated facilities located in the State of Veracruz, Mexico. The ESDD was completed in support of a transaction for the acquisition of the facility. Additionally, HSEINTL incorporated relevant social aspects and conducted a limited review of environmental health and safety compliance.
The industrial complex is dedicated to the manufacture of fertilizers ammonia – urea, and consists of a fertilizer plant, multiple storage areas, and port facilities located in an area of 109 hectares. Additionally, the plant also includes associated facilities for the preparation and pumping of carbon dioxide, and two pipelines.
The HSE International team reviewed data room information, conducted a site visit and field inspection, and interviews with company personnel and stakeholders in Mexico City and at the industrial complex. A final report and presentation including findings, risk evaluation, potential liability, and recommendations were delivered to the company for a better understanding and due consideration of the environmental, health and safety risks that may translate into financial and reputational liabilities.
HSE International conducts a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) study for a global manufacturer of consumer products. Specifically, HSE International is tasked with benchmarking examples of CSR efforts in supply chain management.
The outcome includes how inudstrial companies structure their CSR programs for success, ensure alignment and management support particularly outside of their CSR division, and how CSR success is measured.
HSE International assists assists a large global manufacturing company with operational risk management, addressing organization structure and governance, standard development, capabilities and competencies building in key roles, risk culture (norms, behaviors), front-line engagement and successful implementation of risk initiatives, and best practices in contractor management
HSE International consultants have provided the following Environmental, Social, Health and Safety Consulting and Sustainability Services to the Industrial Sector:
• HSE International’s Principal was appointed as an external member of the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) advisory committee for a portfolio company involved in outdoor advertising in Africa. The company in question is looking to bring their HSE standards up to a world-class level, and the HSE advisory committee acts as an advisory body to the Board of Directors
• Operational risk, training and contract management best practices for environmental, health, and safety (EHS) management within heavy industrial sectors (e.g. heavy manufacturing, airlines)
• The use of software as it relates to managing Occupational Safety and Industrial Hygiene, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), employee’s training/maintenance/use of PPE, in the Chemical/Pharmaceutical industries.
• Industrial safety companies providing outsourced safety solutions (staff, equipment), servicing industrial clients operating in dangerous environments
• Environmental, health & safety management software products, overview, market, competitive landscape, trends and growth drivers in major industries
• Future trends for sustainability, potential growth drivers, and stakeholder’s perceptions
• Corporate Social Responsibility and Triple Bottom Line Reporting, guidance and expert analysis, tools, standards, challenges, growth and trends in the field
• Best practices for local community management at corporate / regional / business unit levels
• Industrial security and safety services for large industrial companies, including market, key costs, and typical industry benchmarks for performance
• Assessment of the HSE performance and risk management processes, and how these functions are implemented across different departments in the Company
HSE International assists a large global manufacturing company with quality assurance management, addressing organization structure and governance, standard development, capabilities and competencies building in key roles, quality culture (norms, behaviors), front-line engagement and successful implementation of quality initiatives, and best practices in contractor management