Involving & empowering employees in behavior-based risk assessment to build a positive safety culture.
A large corporation had a longstanding practice of collecting samples to measure employee exposure to chemicals at each of its more than 50 locations.
Due to COVID-19, Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, experienced a sudden need for global scale cleaning, disinfection guidance and method development to keep its global operations running – all of which were deemed essential.
Early in 2016, Ramboll was appointed by a global power systems client to a five year framework to provide worldwide subject matter expertise (SME) in relation to asbestos risk management. The client’s global asbestos standard aims to set out minimum company requirements to prevent and control the exposure of employees and others to asbestos within its portfolio of 1000 buildings. Ramboll’s blend of technical occupational health and safety knowledge and global project management capability means we are uniquely qualified to support this effort.
When actors in Broadway productions expressed concern about potential health risks of exposure to theatrical fog, haze and other special effects, Ramboll teamed up with the Icahn School of Medicine at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital to evaluate whether reported symptoms could have been caused by these exposures.
Ramboll was selected to provide Consultancy Services for Environmental, Health, Safety and Social (EHSS) capacity building to Company Nador West Med (NWM), in relation to the implementation of the Environmental and Social Action Plan (ESAP) requirements agreed with the EBRD as part of the financing agreement.
Breathing new life into Woolston Eyes nature reserve by developing 38 hectares of wetlands across two new sites.