Safeguard your company and your people, even when things go wrong.
The key to good crisis management is not good vs bad, it’s making sure that bad doesn’t get worse.
Over the past 20 years, we have seen a massive shift in investments securing both the processes and the people in and around companies. Yet, we must conclude that there is still a long way to go bringing in the necessary awareness on environmental issues and its inevitable economic consequences. In many cases it is not about whether, but rather when a spill will occur.
In both cases, you and your company are better prepared for the worse! At these moments, it is important that a methodology is embedded in your daily operations that steers all possible reactions when spill scenarios (bog or small) take place. Being able to fall back on a clean-up methodology to act consistently and decisively, will prove crucial in the evolution and control of the spill.