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Houston Business Roundtable (HBR) is a premier association dedicated to developing and promoting best practices in areas like safety, health, and environment. Established in 1973, HBR celebrates 50 years in 2023. As a non-profit organization, HBR focuses on improving industry performance, reducing costs, and fostering collaboration among owners, contractors, suppliers, and other stakeholders. Through innovative programs and forums, HBR continually works towards sustainable efficiencies and workforce skills enhancement. HBR's outreach efforts extend to various industry associations, councils, and safety programs, aiming to make a positive impact on the Greater Houston Gulf Coast area.


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HOUSTON BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE

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  1. HOUSTON BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE INNOVATION THROUGH COLLABORATION

  2. HOUSTON BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE HBR Mission HBR Vision To develop, share and promoteBest Practices that improve industry performance in areas of safety, health, environment, To be the premier association that adds value to our stakeholders through innovative solutions, continuous workforce skills, work quality and cost. improvement, and sustainable efficiencies for industry. HBR provides a forum for owner and contractor collaboration to develop, share and leverage best practices

  3. OVERVIEW & VALUE Leader in developing and sponsoring innovative processes and programs that improve work practices and reduce costs Established in 1973 (2023 Celebrating 50 Years) Non-profit association 501(c)(6). Recognized as a source of information and data on effective best practices. Fosters improvements in the industry for all Members and Partners. Engagement with industry to improve processes. Provides forums for collaboration to improve and share industry best practices. Committees focused on Member needs as another resource

  4. LEADERSHIP & MEMBERSHIP Executive Operating Committee Chairperson Richard Bass, Kuraray Vice Chairperson Mike Fipps, Dow Secretary/Treasurer Diana Gonzales, ExxonMobil Member at Large Bruce Tylock, Ineos Past Chairperson Lloyd Johnson, Covestro Membership Members Owners/Operators (18) Partners Contractors, Suppliers, Vendors, Colleges, and Other Associations (200+)

  5. MEMBERS / OPERATING COMMITTEE

  6. MEMBERSHIP ON WEBSITE

  7. OUTREACH Collaboration East Harris County Manufacturers Association (EHCMA) Petrochem Works Construction Maintenance Education Foundation (CMEF) Greater Baton Rouge Industrial Alliance (GBRIA) Safety Councils Owner Representative on the Board of Directors for Health Area Safety Council Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC) Owner Representative Outreach Footprint Owner/Members Representation (Greater Houston Gulf Coast area. (Harris, Brazoria, Chambers, Waller, Ft. Bend, Montgomery, Liberty, Matagorda, Calhoun, Wharton, and Galveston Counties)

  8. COMMITTEES & PROGRAMS Committees Chairperson Operating Committee Richard Bass, Kuraray Safety, Health & Environmental Committee-Co-Chair John Castenada, Celanese John Bollom, Enterprise Products NASAP/NABSC Steering Committee Sara Mondier, ExxonMobil Workforce Development Committee Bruce Tylock, Ineos Industrial Cleaning Committee Jose Ramos, Kuraray Crane, Rigging & Lifting Committee David Wolf, LyondellBasell Other Subcommittees as necessary

  9. ACCOMPLISHMENTS HBR Association Instrumental in Establishing: Health and Safety Council (HASC) Construction Maintenance Education Foundation (CMEF) Contractor Pre-qualification (PQF) Cost-effective tool widely used by Owners to evaluate contractors, suppliers, and vendors Created the drug screening and background screening consortiums (NASAP & NABSC) Reduces onboarding time from facility to facility and closes the gap for long-term drug users Developed a 3rd Party PSM Audit process for contractors (HBR and GBRIA) Conducting 100 PSM audits in 2022 for various Asset Owners Face-to-Face Audit helps the asset owner evaluate their service providers

  10. ACCOMPLISHMENTS Safety Excellence Awards (See Video) Identifies the best of the best so asset owners know whom they want working for them Recognizes contract companies that have demonstrated outstanding performance in safety, health, and environmental (SHE) nominated by Owners Learn from peers to improve safety programs and processes to reduce injuries and save lives Includes best practices sharing Creates audit form that builds an industry standard Recognize and reward owner/operator companies for the promotion of contractor safety The Process

  11. IMPROVEMENTS DRIVING CHANGE Petrochemical Recordable Rates on the Houston Ship Channel (Based on LPCAC Annual Worker Safety Report ) Nominated Companies 2021 Participating Contractors 58 Total Work Hours in USA 175.8 Mil 1.20 HBR Member Company "Employee" Ship Channel Industry Contractors Participating in HBR Total Recordable Rate 0..15 1.00 OSHA Recordable Rate Nominated Sites 36 (Total Injuries/Total Hrs)*200,000 0.80 Site Hours 39.6 Mil Ave Site Recordable Rate 0.05 0.55 "Employees" & "Contractors" Combined = 0.60 0.40 0.43 0.20 0.12 0.05 0.16 0.02 0.00 Year

  12. MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Professional Development Continuing Education Association Liaison Corporate Citizenship Standing Committees Operating Committee Industry-Driven Processes Driving/Sharing Best Practices Networking & Collaboration Leadership Opportunities Equal Industry Representation

  13. FORWARD VISION Continued Collaboration to improve industry Work together to keep membership strong and participation high Strengthen relationships with other associations Expand communication and visibility Expand value proposition for Members and Partners Visit: www.HOUBRT.com

  14. 35TH HSEA - PROCESS VIDEO

  15. 35TH HSEA OWNER RECOGNITION & COMMITMENT VIDEO

  16. 35th HSEA - RECAP Video