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DEKRA Organisational Reliability awarded six-figure Australian contract

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DEKRA Organisational Reliability, a consultancy in behavioural change, has been awarded a 12-month contract worth AUS$1 million, providing leadership training and coaching to ConocoPhillips’ Australia West operation.

The Aberdeen-based consultancy, formerly known as Optimus Seventh Generation which specialises in working within high hazard industries, has been working on an ongoing basis with the operator’s UK-based function since 2016. With a focus on leadership coaching which emphasises accountability, driving performance and communication, the workscope was extended in 2017 to include the provision of bespoke training solutions.

Based on the success of this activity, this latest contract will also see DEKRA Organisational Reliability conduct similar activity in Australia, on assets both on- and offshore.

Commenting on the award, Mark Walker, Vice President, DEKRA Organisational Reliability said: “It is particularly gratifying for DEKRA Organisational Reliability to work with ConocoPhillips; it is a very proactive organisation when it comes to taking charge of its safety culture and leadership.

“Together we have built a valuable relationship, as we continue to support its leaders who in turn create and foster a highly successful organisational culture.”

A service unit of DEKRA SE, a global leader in safety since 1925, DEKRA Organisational Reliability operates in high hazard industries such as chemical, oil and gas, transportation, utilities, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and agriculture companies. It implements significant change and delivers operational excellence on a global scale, with safety at the core of all it does.

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