CTP were contracted by the IOGP's Wells Expert Committee's Human Factors Task Force to prepare an industry-changing recommended practice document that would set a standard for the implementation of Crew Resource Management (aka Non-Technical Skills) in Well Operations Teams.
This work entailed consulting with industry lead practitioners to compile, and then distill and agree, a set of best practices to be applied across the whole industry, i.e. defining the benchmark for the world to follow.
CTP were selected because of their track record in this arena, their understanding of best practices in other industries and also their ability to pragmatically apply theory in a way that audiences are inspired by.
Within CTP, Phil Smith was selected to lead the work. CTP delivered as per expectations, aligning all parties involved with both enthusiasm, determination and flexibility of approach to achieve the shared goal.
I'm proud to say that our industry can be a safer place to work because of the resulting document.