CATCH Technical Services – Innovation, Risk Management and Compliance for your Assets.
CATCH are proud to launch our new Technical Services. As part of this exciting expansion, we will have a team of consultants ready to assist our members and associates with their business needs.
CATCH Technical Services
- CATCH Technical Services offers membership for Technical Consultants, which includes collaborative and project-based consultancy to CATCH clients and members, plus conferences, events and networking opportunities.
- CATCH Consultants are experts in their field from across the Supply Chain who can work together collaboratively or individually to help your business with improvements, problem solutions and methodologies in all areas.
- CATCH Consultants are experienced industry professionals drawn from different sectors and across the whole asset lifecycle from development to decommissioning.
Jill Mooney, Head of CATCH Technical Services, has been working for several years with various clients to improve their businesses using knowledge, experience and advice from expertly selected consultants. Along with the team at CATCH, she will work with you to understand your issues and select the right resource and experience for your project or business improvement.
Below you will find our CATCH consultants. If you would like their expert advice, or if you would like to be a part of the team of consultants, please contact Jill or one of the CATCH team.
THEME OF THE MONTH
Read our ‘THEME OF THE MONTH’, a new topic every month submitted by CATCH Consultants to share their experience and expertise in the Industry.
This month’s ‘Theme of the Month’ is written by CATCH Consultant Carl Lamb and explains the requirement for Emergency Response Plans under COMAH Regulations
March 2020: Emergency Response Plans
February 2020 Rachael Cowin: Stakeholder Involvement in Projects
If you want projects that really deliver the benefits they promise, install and commission smoothly in operating environments and benefit the long-term competence of the organisation, then getting stakeholders involved from the outset is key. This requires commitment and skills not always seen as traditional project team behaviour. However, the long term rewards (both financial and organisational) far outweigh the expediency of letting projects be ‘done’ to you.
January 2020 Gary Tyne: Have you got your Mindset for Reliability in 2020 and beyond…?
December 2019 Mike Wood: Learning from Incidents
November 2019 Adrian Taggart: Selling the Sizzle and Not the Sausage and Why Projects Often Fail to Deliver
October 2019 AOC: Implementing RBI
September 2019 Lorraine Braben: September 2019 – Managing Organisation Change
August 2019 Why meeting our new net zero target needs biomass, gasification and CCS. Geraint Evans