Edward Ballo has worked on, and completed many EHS projects and has had responsibility for dozens of programs. Although projects are unique and have an end date, programs can last indefinitely. Both a project and program’s reason for existence can be considerably different. Ultimately though, they need to be led and maintained in the most efficient manner.
The triple constraint of scope, schedule and cost need to be taken into consideration when working with a project or program at all times. After a project or program has been properly constructed or optimized, legal compliance, change management and resource efficiencies can be garnered. An example of EHS Project/Program management support was when a site EHS audit was performed and it was determined that comprehensive review of over 2000 machines needed to occur.
From that review, several hundred machines required guarding improvements. It took additional expense, capital resources and a three year plan, but all of the machines were ultimately modified, as necessary, to meet or exceed the regulatory requirement. Further, there were no injuries or regulatory violations caused because of the extended improvement plan.
Contact Edward Ballo with e3s Consulting for continued support of your project/program.