OneSource is a comprehensive safety management and consulting firm. We drive your safety program to a new level of excellence by instilling a sustainable dedication for safety within your organization’s culture. Ultimately, incorporating safety into your operations benefits everyone — with smooth startups and shutdowns, enhanced efficiency and quality, and reduced risks.
One of the biggest assets that OneSource EHS possesses is its own people and the ability to work as a team to help protect your business. With the skills to perform professionally using the best possible solutions, the team is able to have fun when appropriate and relate to our clients on a personal level as well. Meet just a few of the members that make OneSource EHS the well-oiled machine that it is.
OneSource EHS helps our clients target opportunities and drive continual performance by:
Develop new or Improve existing Contractor Management programs for
OneSource’s Assure1 process allows us to combine our extensive industry experience with an objective criteria based tool that ensures a comprehensive look into the true condition of your company’s PSM Program.
By: Thang Nguyen, Chemical Engineer, PSM Specialist at OneSource EHS as Featured in BIC Magazine
“Industry 4.0” refers to the fourth industrial revolution, which describes the growing trend toward automation and data exchange in technology and processes within the manufacturing industry. This emerging revolution is primarily centered on automation, interconnectivity and instantaneous access to real-time data. Some examples include the Industrial Internet of People, the Industrial Internet of Things and cloud computing.
There are several risks related to process safety: environmental, regulatory, human safety, plant assets, public image and litigation. An incident may involve all or several of these categories. For example, a plant explosion may cause fatalities, major equipment destruction, major environmental impact, a negative corporate image, regulatory compliance issues, legal consequences or significant shutdown time.