- Created: 16 October 2017
Aberdeen - October 16, 2017 - DEKRA, the global partner for a safe world, welcomed guests to the grand opening ceremony of their new Aberdeen premises on 12th October 2017. The ceremony marked the culmination of two years of careful planning to accommodate the ongoing growth of the EMEA Organisational Reliability operations.
In July 2015, DEKRA acquired local Aberdeen business, Optimus Seventh Generation Ltd., into its occupational safety consulting portfolio. In July 2017, Optimus Seventh Generation Ltd. and Behavioral Science Technology International, Inc. have joined forces to create the new entity DEKRA Organisational Reliability Ltd. The entity formation was marked with a small ceremony on the 12th October and has created five new job positions.
“In recent years, we have been able to continuously expand our position as a partner for Behavioural Change services in Europe. By optimising our processes and expanding our service solutions, we are able to expand our service portfolio and bring new jobs to the region,” commented Derek Smith, Managing Director, DEKRA Organisational Reliability.
Recently, the offices were earmarked to be the EMEA headquarters for the company’s reliability solutions including behaviour based safety, occupational health and safety training and risk diagnosis services.
About DEKRA Organisational Reliability Ltd.
DEKRA Organisational Reliability Ltd. is a behavioural change consultancy and business partner to businesses working in high hazard industries such as chemical, oil and gas, transportation, utilities, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and agriculture companies. Using “care” as a catalyst we specialise in helping our clients to implement significant change and deliver Operational Excellence with safety at the core. Applying our knowledge and experience of Organisational Reliability and Organisational Safety we enable our clients to deliver their business to plan, without loss or harm to people, plant and productivity. We are a service unit of DEKRA SE, a global leader in safety since 1925 with over 39,000 employees in 50 countries.