April's Look Inside the Library

The Campbell Institute Library offers high-quality vetted materials to help organizations in their journey of continuous improvement. The following three articles are a look at the collection of best practices in EHS leadership, strategies and tactics that can be found in the Campbell Library.


Strategic Planning Process

DM Petroleum, the 2006 Category II Robert W. Campbell Award winner, has demonstrated EHS excellence throughout their business operations. This flowchart of their Strategic Planning Process explains the progression of an initiative within the organization. The process follows "Plan-Do-Study-Act" methodology with a goal of continuous improvement.

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Utilizing Safety Principles to Achieve World Class Results in Contractor Safety Performance

Achieving world-class EHS performance takes remarkable amounts of work to accomplish. Translating those efforts to contractors can be difficult and is often not seen as worth the effort. This article emphasizes the importance of contractor safety and describes the positive impacts it can have on other business objectives.

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External Supply Chain Management

This section of Johnson & Johnson's EHS Management System focuses on management of the external supply chain. World-class organizations that engage with suppliers implement and maintain an External Supply Program. Transparency is encouraged among suppliers and contractors and this program aims to address and manage this relationship.

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