"Our ability to capture quality data and generate critical analysis and reporting helps us highlight the company’s outstanding incident management metrics to the investor community…Chevron’s documented leadership in operational excellence has given us a real competitive edge."
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of information and analysis,
today announced that Chevron was selected as the “Best of the Best”
among this year’s IHS SPECTRUM Excellence Award winners based on its
innovative use of information systems and best practices to achieve
environmental, health, safety and sustainability (EHS&S) business goals.
Chevron’s team accepted the award during a ceremony at the IHS EHS&S
Solutions Workshop in Houston on June 11.
“IHS congratulates Chevron for showing how enterprise-level operational
risk information solutions can be successfully leveraged across a
multi-faceted global organization,” said Scott Lockhart, IHS Vice
President of EHS and Sustainability. “Chevron’s proven ability to
enhance critical decision-making and achieve world-class performance
through a comprehensive strategy for Enterprise Sustainability
Management that drives Operational Excellence will serve as a model for
all kinds of businesses around the world.”
Chevron, one of the world’s largest integrated energy companies, is
renowned for its leadership in promoting a culture of safety and
environmental stewardship through a strong, ongoing commitment to
Operational Excellence. In 2011, Chevron’s upstream and downstream
businesses both implemented IHS IMPACT ERM®
software for operational risk management in combination with its own
groundbreaking Data Analysis and Reporting Tool (DART) warehouse and
legacy systems. By creating a unified incident analysis and reporting
system that serves more than 26,000 users company-wide, Chevron has:
Enhanced health, environmental and safety (HES) business intelligence
across the enterprise by providing quality data and historical trend
analysis as well as greater transparency and accountability.
Provided HES key performance indicators (KPIs) for quarterly and
annual corporate sustainability reporting based on Global Reporting
Initiative and American Petroleum Institute guidelines.
Improved incident analysis and reporting workflows by continually
standardizing and driving efficiency – e.g. archiving 12 systems for
Management of Change (MOC).
In 2012, Chevron’s performance in Days Away from Work injury rates
(DAFWR) and Total Recordable Incident rates (TRIR) were among the best
of its peers. Between 2004 and 2012, the company’s DAFWR declined by 78
percent and TRIR rate dropped 53 percent.
“We are proud to accept this IHS SPECTRUM Excellence Award,” said Bob
Bollinger, HES Global Business Information System Manager at Chevron.”
Our ability to capture quality data and generate critical analysis and
reporting helps us highlight the company’s outstanding incident
management metrics to the investor community…Chevron’s documented
leadership in operational excellence has given us a real competitive
A total of 23 organizations around the world were honored with IHS
SPECTRUM Excellence Awards in 2013. In addition to Chevron, this year’s
winners included ADCO, ADGAS, Alcoa, Anadarko Petroleum, Archer Daniels
Midland, CenterPoint Energy, Drom Fragrances, Eagle Rock Energy
Partners, Eastern Municipal Water District, Enginetics Aerospace,
Enterprise Products, Fugro, Husky Energy, Lloyd’s Register, PSC
Industrial Outsourcing, PSEG, Rust-Oleum Europe, Santee Cooper, Spectra
Energy, Total PetroChemicals & Refining USA, Vale, and Yara
The IHS SPECTRUM Excellence Awards gala banquet was just one of many
highlights from the recent EHS&S Solution Workshop. Top EHS and IT
professionals, industry experts, business executives and other decision
makers participated in more than 50 sessions across eight topical tracks
-- looking at how information management solutions that combine
software, content and expertise can drive continuous improvement across
IHS also announced the launch of its newly enhanced customer portal,
which is called the EHS&S Customer Network (ECN). The new ECN has an
updated look and feel that will make the portal easier to use as well as
technological and performance improvements including the ability to:
select which product or products users wish to receive notifications on,
personalize their ECN experience, view expanded online ticket updates
and reporting (including graphical KPIs), and a host of other features.
The enhanced portal will still be located at ECN.IHS.com.
IHS (NYSE: IHS) is the leading source of information, insight and
analytics in critical areas that shape today's business landscape.
Businesses and governments in more than 165 countries around the globe
rely on the comprehensive content, expert independent analysis and
flexible delivery methods of IHS to make high-impact decisions and
develop strategies with speed and confidence. IHS has been in business
since 1959 and became a publicly traded company on the New York Stock
Exchange in 2005. Headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, USA, IHS is
committed to sustainable, profitable growth and employs 6,700 people in
31 countries around the world.