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A.T. Kearney Inc. | Date: 1999-12-07

NEWSLETTERS, REPORTS, STUDIES, WHITE PAPERS AND PRINTED SEMINAR COURSE MATERIAL ON THE SUBJECT OF STRATEGIC BUSINESS ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENTS. ARRANGING AND CONDUCTING EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCES FOR CHIEF EXECUTIVES ON THE SUBJECT STRATEGIC BUSINESS ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENTS.


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A.T. Kearney Inc. | Date: 1999-12-07

NEWSLETTERS, REPORTS, STUDIES AND WHITE PAPERS ON THE SUBJECT STRATEGIC BUSINESS ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENTS. ARRANGING AND CONDUCTING EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCES FOR CHIEF EXECUTIVES ON THE SUBJECT STRATEGIC BUSINESS ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENTS.


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A.T. Kearney Inc. | Date: 2004-10-19

Printed matter, namely, brochures, books, newsletters and trade journals on the subject of business management consulting services and executive job search services. Business consulting and management services for others for businesses and consumers in international markets.


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A.T. Kearney Inc. | Date: 2000-12-12

Printed reports on the subject of corporate investor preferences. electronic transmission of reports on the subject of corporate investor preferences. computer services, namely, providing reports on the subject of corporate investor preferences via the global computer network.


Walters N.,AT. Kearney Inc. | Ross B.,AT. Kearney Inc.
NPRA Annual Meeting Technical Papers | Year: 2011

Serious safety incidents continue to occur in oil and gas, petrochemicals, and other asset intensive industries despite a strong focus on personnel safety and increasing focus on process safety. Thus, many oil, gas, and chemical companies are implementing rigorous Process Safety Management (PSM) programs that seek to significantly reduce the probability of catastrophic events by instituting long-term sustainable improvements in fundamental operating discipline. However, many companies face immediate risks of major or catastrophic incidents and need to augment their longer-term PSM programs with specific short-term actions to identify and mitigate the highest immediate risk exposures. A discussion covers the critical dimensions to obtain immediate risk of a major incident at a given operating site; relevant leading indicators associated with fundamental operating discipline; and recent LOC incident frequency and underlying root causes. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the NPRA 2011 Annual Meeting (San Antonio, TX 3/21/2011). Source

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