Joe Rivas - Greencap - Improving business efficiency through Operational Risk Management

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Joe Rivas delivered the presentation at the 2014 Safety in Action Conference Sydney.

The 2014 SIA Sydney Safety Conference at Sydney Olympic Park featured a wide range of practical case studies directly from the organisations involved with developing their health, safety and wellness protocols. Learn from their experiences and take back techniques for the enhancement of your own WHS policy.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/SIASydney14

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Joe Rivas - Greencap - Improving business efficiency through Operational Risk Management

  1. 1. Improving Business Efficiency through Opera7onal Risk Management Joe Rivas Principal WHS Consultant IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014
  2. 2. Agenda Introduc7on A Global Challenge Global Strategic Approach The Outcome ARermath IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 2 SEPTEMBER 2014
  3. 3. Introduc)on [NAME OF PRESENTATION] 3 JULY 2014
  4. 4. Associated Bri)sh Foods plc IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014 • Formed in 1935 • Owned by the Weston Family • Head Office in UK • Listed on the London Stock Exchange • Cons7tuent of FTSE 100 Index • Operate in more than 44 countries • Diversified interna7onal food processing, ingredients and retail group • Over 97,000 employees • Sales turnover of £10.2b 4
  5. 5. Associated Bri)sh Foods IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 5 SEPTEMBER 2014
  6. 6. A Global Challenge [NAME OF PRESENTATION] 6 JULY 2014
  7. 7. AB Mauri Group IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014 • Formed in Nov 2004 • Head Office in the UK • More than 52 loca)ons • Global family of yeast and bakery ingredient companies • Over 6,000 employees • Sales turnover over £1.6b 7
  8. 8. AB Mauri Group IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 8 SEPTEMBER 2014
  9. 9. IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 9 SEPTEMBER 2014
  10. 10. SWOT Analysis – Process & Criteria Site(s) Country Region Global Internal Factors • Personnel • Processes • Product • Plant & Equipment • Finance • Manufacturing capabili7es IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 10 SEPTEMBER 2014 External Factors • Macroeconomic maeers • Technological changes • Legisla7on • Sociocultural changes • Changes in the marketplace • Changes in compe77ve posi7on
  11. 11. AB Mauri Group – Global SWOT Analysis Strengths • Global presence in bakers’ yeast with significant market posi7ons in the Americas, Europe and Asia • Financial strength (2013 Sales £1.6B) • Successfully grown through its acquisi7on strategy -­‐ Uniferm (Germany), Lievi7 (Italy) and new plants in Harbin (China) and Puebla (Mexico) Opportuni)es • Significant opportuni7es to expand into the emerging markets of China and India • Yeast market is characterised by high degree of mergers and acquisi7ons, opportuni7es through targeted acquisi7ons • Key to survival within yeast market is increasing efficiency and reducing cost IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014 Weaknesses • Lack of regional and global HSE leadership • No Strategic HSE Plan integrated into the Global Business Plan • Poor HSE culture • Poor risk management • Poor management of emerging HSE challenges (na7onal and global) • Lack of Key Performance Indicators Threats • Worldwide – Increasingly demanding cost environment for energy, water, raw material, transport, packaging • Compe77ve pressures • Regulatory changes & heightened regulatory scru7ny affec7ng global strategic business objec7ves • Bioterrorism aeack to the supply chain 11
  12. 12. Global Strategic Approach [NAME OF PRESENTATION] 12 JULY 2014
  13. 13. Dynamic Model of the Strategy Process Global SWOT Analysis AB Mauri Global Risk Strategy STRENGTHS MARKET NEEDS HSE Assurance IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 13 SEPTEMBER 2014 CUSTOMER VALUE PROPOSTION WEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT HEALTH & SAFETY ENVIRONMENT THREATS CRISIS & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CAPITAL ENGINEERING FOOD SAFETY Proactive HSE Assurance Predictive HSE Assurance Iterative HSE Assurance HSE-oriented design Best Pratice Tools Reactive HSE Assurance
  14. 14. Business Con)nuity Management • Business Con)nuity Plan's in place in each region to minimise disrup)on to product supply due to environmental/safety enforcement, fire, yeast infec)on/contamina)on, labour strike • Business Con)nuity Plans tested in 12 strategic sites Crisis & Emergency Management Crisis & Emergency Management Plan in place in each region to protect and prepare the sites for unexpected disrup)ons Crisis & Emergency Management Plan tested in 12 strategic sites Health & Safety • Global HSE Standards in place across all sites • Accurate repor)ng of HSE Performance across all regions and ra)fied by ERM 14 Operational Risk Management Strategy IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014
  15. 15. Environment • Priori)sed programs of environmental investment in Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) required across all the regions • Regional energy ini)a)ves in place in all the regions Capital Projects Project Close Out Review (PCR) completed for ETPs, new and upgraded sites Mechanism in place to share learnings from PCRs Food Safety • Food Safety Management System in place in each region to demonstrate compliance, minimise risks and financial exposure resul)ng from manufacturing opera)ons • Adop)on of Global GMP Standards in all the regions 15 Operational Risk Management Strategy IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SEPTEMBER 2014
  16. 16. Opera)onal Risk Management Plan IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 16 SEPTEMBER 2014
  17. 17. Opera)onal Risk Management Plan IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 17 SEPTEMBER 2014
  18. 18. The Outcome [NAME OF PRESENTATION] 18 JULY 2014
  19. 19. 2011/2012 HSE Performance Summary IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 19 SEPTEMBER 2014
  20. 20. [NAME OF PRESENTATION] 20 JULY 2014 Acermath
  21. 21. What did we learn from this experience? Global strategy impacted by world economy Global strategy impacted by market dynamics (country, regional) affec7ng global strategy Increasingly strict regulatory HSE requirements Con7nuous integra7on of Global Opera7onal Risk Management Plan into Global Yeast Business Plan More integra7on among standards, e.g. ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, AS/NZS 4801, ISO 22000 Food Safety, ISO 50001 Energy Management Commitment to op7mum HSE performance standards More investment in local resources to increase HSE capability IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 21 SEPTEMBER 2014
  22. 22. Ques)ons? Contact: Joe Rivas Email: joe.rivas@greencap.com.au IMPROVING BUSINESS EFFICIENCY THROUGH OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT 22 SEPTEMBER 2014

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