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Greenbridge Management Inc.
|Legal Name: Greenbridge Management Inc.|
|Operating Name: Greenbridge Management Inc.|
838 Caldwell Ave
838 Caldwell Ave
|Telephone: (905) 271-6262|
|Website URL: http://www.greenbridge.com|
|Philip E.J. Green|
|Area of Responsibility: Management Executive|
|Telephone: (905) 271-6262|
We specialize in helping our corporate clients to continuously improve through collaborative efforts to strengthen skills and management systems. Areas of focus include:
-Improving performance measurement
-Applying statistical methods
-Improving environmental and safety performance
- Coaching of targeted improvement projects
- Developing performance measurement systems
- Coaching managers through the implementation process
- A variety of training programs on statistical topics (design of experiments, measurement systems analysis, regression analysis, process control); risk management (integrated risk management, risk assessment, non-conformance management, auditing); environmental management (environmental management systems).
Examples of assignments include:
-Implementation of continuous improvement systems
-Application of statistical methodologies for continuous improvement
-Six sigma (6 sigma) and quality improvement systems
-Application of statistical methods for process optimization
-Implementing corporate risk management systems
-Achieving targeted productivity gains through use of statistical methods
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services|
|Alternate Industries (NAICS):||
541620 - Environmental Consulting Services
611430 - Professional and Management Development Training
611690 - All Other Schools and Instruction
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
|Number of Employees:||2|
Product / Service / Licensing
EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES - ENVIRONMENT
Awareness, ISO 14001, risk assessment, forestry training
EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES - TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Statistical process control,design of experiments, six sigma
EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES - TRAINING OF TRAINERS
EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES - TRAINING PROGRAM DELIVERY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - CONSULTING
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - CONTINGENCY PLANNING FOR SPILLS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-CHEMICALS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-ELECTRIC UTILITIES
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-FOOD AND BEVERAGE
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-METAL PRODUCTS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-MINING AND METALLURGY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-OTHER
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-PULP AND PAPER
We provide training and consulting regarding environmental,
health and safety, and quality management systems, as well as
statistical process control and performance measurement, to many
of Canada's blus chip forest products and pulp and paper
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - INDUSTRY-RUBBER AND PLASTICS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - RISK ASSESSMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - SITE ASSESSMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - TRAINING AND EDUCATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - WASTE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT - WATER QUALITY
ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONAL'S WEBSITE
Our web site http://www.greenbridge.com is designed for
environmental professionals to obtain the information they need
for developing and implementing environmental management systems
and for improving their company's environmental performance.
Industry sector market interests:
- Service Industry
- Food and Beverage Manufacturing
- Pulp and Paper
- Electrical Equipment
- United States
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
Key / Major clients:Resource Sector:
Pulp and paper
Lumber and building products
Mining and smelting
Municipal local hydro distribution
Special effects (motion picture production)
Brascan Power Corporation
Grant Forest Products
GVFX (special effects studios)
Milton Hydro Distribution
Nova Scotia Power
Ontario Municipal Electric Association
Success stories:Sample of past assignments and projects led by Phil Green, Greenbridge Management Inc.
A $200 million forest products company needed a new system to manage its supply chain to reduce fibre acquisition costs and reduce its inventory. A series of facilitated workshops produced a design for a new supply chain management systems and a set of user requirements for supporting software. The company has now reduced inventory by 75% and was able to weed out vendors who were unable to deliver appropriate software.
A $300 million frozen food company was contemplating the building of a second warehouse. I facilitated a team through a detailed analysis of their sales forecasting, sales, customer order, production planning, production and delivery systems. The team identified significant bottlenecks and waste. By correcting these problems they avoided the building of the second warehouse.
A $20 million building products company needed a quality management and continuous improvement system. Over a two year period I helped them implement a tailor made system that covered manufacturing, sales and planning. By the end of the period, sales were more than double and the business was sold by the owners for a substantial gain.
A $1 billion forest products company was seeking a leadership position in environmental management. Over a ten-year period, I helped them in numerous initiatives in their North American facilities, including such things as developing a risk management process; reviewing the corporate environmental, health and safety audit program; determining the user requirements for a health and safety incident database now used over the Internet by their global operations; designing, planning and assisting in the implementation of environmental management systems at pulp and paper mills; designing and implementing sustainable forestry systems.
Two shiploads of newsprint from a large newsprint mill belonging to a $3 billion pulp and paper company was rejected by their South American customer. The technical director, on site at the customer, asked me to analyse data from ten thousand rolls of newsprint to determine the cause of the quality problem. The statistical analysis proved conclusively that the defects were caused by the customer’s handling system. This saved $2 million in newsprint and restored the relationship with the customer.
A $500 million custom bakery in the US was implementing a continuous improvement system at their four plants. I provided statistical training and implementation advice to their senior management. Within the first year of implementation, savings were over $10 million.
Over a ten-year period the Canadian operations of a global food manufacturing company were implementing a continuous improvement system. I helped them throughout this process, from training and on-site consulting on specific projects and issues, to advising senior management on the overall direction of the continuous improvement system. Many projects throughout the operations collectively saved millions of dollars and the organization was able to continue to compete effectively in the free trade era.
An electrical local distribution company wanted an integrated risk management system to continually reduce the risks faced by their business, including financial, safety, environmental risks and system reliability. Over a two year period I helped them implement the system, Managers now identify, measure and control risks and use a variety of information tools to track their progress in reducing risk.
Designed a sampling scheme to reduce the sampling of incoming logging trucks done by wood products mill. Developed a software specification based on the sampling scheme which was used by the client to select vendors. The result is 50% less effort to scale the logging trucks and reduced handling of logs on company premises.
A major Canadian pulp and newsprint mill wanted to implement statistical process control to reduce variation in newsprint quality and increase mill productivity. After two years, the mill productivity was greatly increased, the frequency of web breaks on the paper machine was down by 80%, and pulp quality was at an all time high.
A major Canadian railroad wanted to introduce its new environmental policy to 20,000 employees and motivate them to place continuous improvement of environmental protection at the same priority as safety and keeping the trains running on time. I developed a customised training package with lively case studies that Greenbridge Management Inc. consultants delivered across the nation in both official languages. The approach helped the railroad get its message across and launch their new policy and continuous improvement system.
Pulp mills across Canada became increasingly aware of their obligations to control environmental and safety risks throughout the 1990’s. I developed a risk assessment and management program that was adopted by pulp and paper mills from British Columbia to Newfoundland to control risks such as releases of toxic gasses and major spills to the environment.
A $50 million private manufacturer was threatened with loss of their most important customer because of short shipment and other order-fulfillment problems. I facilitated a team in an intense two-week workshop. We discovered the fundamental causes and designed new systems to smooth the supply chain and manufacturing system. The company addressed the problems and is now publicly traded.
Testimonial:"'Integrated Risk Management' has helped us identify, prioritize and control our hazards in a systematic, efficient manner. Why would you want more than one system to manage all of the risks in your business?"
Don Thorne, CEO, Milton Hydro Distribution Inc.
"It was a very worthwhile workshop and I was impressed with its adaptability to all 'risks' (not just safety risks) within an organization such as Morningstar Air Express."
Bill McGoey, GM, Morningstar Air Express Inc.
I was greatly impressed with Phil's course. I feel the concepts and tools presented by Phil during this course will prove invaluable to the company. Phil's broad definition of risk is what makes his course so valuable
JP Mainville. Safety and Security Officer, Morningstar Air Express Inc.
"On the basis of the risk assessment work done with Phil, we developed and implemented a number of engineering design standards specific to our risks and we have prioritized a multi-year capital program. The results have been so successful that two members of the risk assessment team were recognized with a 'CEO Award of Excellence' for Environmental Achievement."
John Hawkins, Manager of Hydro Production, Nova Scotia Power Inc.
"Phil's course enabled us to look beyond our internal knowledge of statistics and question our methods of measurement analysis." Amy Webb, Quality Assurance Superintendent, Kerr-McGee Chemical
"I enjoyed the session immensely. It was a chance to re-learn some items. I especially enjoyed the knocker exercise. It effectively illustrated process control. As an aside it was also an excellent team building experience."
Rick Waugh, Engineering Manager , Omya Canada Inc.
I started to use the course material the week after the course and continue to use it! And that says a lot! Marie Dumontier, Fraser Papers Inc.
I immediately used what I learned to quantify several "soft" issues into "hard" measurable issues. Michel Meunier, Domtar.
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Date Modified: 2013-05-21