Emanuele Salvador

Principal

Education

Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
PhD in Industrial Safety and Risk Analysis
Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
Master in “Engineering of Safety and Risk Analysis”
Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
BSc and MSc in Nuclear Engineering

Past Experience

AXA Matrix Risk Consultants SpA
Group Manager / Senior Loss Prevention Consultant
TECNIMONT S.p.A.
Design HSE Leader

Emanuele is a Principal in Arthur D. Little Milan Office.

He has 6 years of management consulting experience, serving clients, among others, in Oil&Gas, chemical and petrochemical industries.

Since joining Arthur D. Little in 2016, Emanuele has supported various companies on the development and implementation of Enterprise Risk Management frameworks, strategic HSE review, Risk Assessments, ESG projects, product contamination/product liability risk analysis, business continuity plans.

Emanuele is also a Process Safety Audit Leader with multi-year experience in on-site audits and assessments, based on protocols developed from international standards and best practices, covering aspects such as incident investigations, contractors management, emergency preparedness, and response procedures, management of change, asset integrity.

Before joining Arthur D. Little, he worked for five years as Group Manager and Senior Loss Prevention Consultant in the Insurance sector (AXA Group) and five years as HSE Leader for an EPC Contractor (Tecnimont).

Recent Publications

Risk: Strengthening business resilience after COVID-19
Despite that they had invested in comprehensive crisis management planning, the spread of COVID-19 found many companies ill-prepared, even though it was a known risk with extreme consequences and a reasonable likelihood of occurring. Looking at the evidence, the authors consider the underlying causes of this poor preparedness and set out the key elements of a new business resilience approach suitable for the post- COVID-19 world.
Facing major risks: Getting it right
Many governments, organizations and companies were not adequately prepared to respond to a risk of the scale of COVID-19. Over the last decades various epidemics have occurred, and some leaders and organizations had warned about the possibility of a pandemic crisis causing dramatic global consequences. However, conventional risk and crisis management frameworks have once again proved to be lacking in today’s business environment of uncertainty, complexity and continuous change.
Do companies get the most out of Hazard & Operability (HazOp) analysis?
HazOp analysis is undoubtedly one of the most effective hazard identification techniques in the manufacturing industry. In fact, it is rigorous, reliable and repeatable. However, complex organizations often struggle to integrate safety and operations synergically in this kind of study: dependence on traditional risk assessment schemes consumes time and resources. Based on our experience, HazOp can include further topics that are not typically considered in this methodology. It also proves to be a powerful tool to promote involvement and awareness across departments.
Food contamination: Understanding and preventing risks
Globalization and increasing legislative complexity have brought high levels of market pressure to food companies, hampering production and supply chain management. Companies are urged to develop risk-based management frameworks to prevent notable losses and protect their reputations and licenses to operate, thus ensuring sustainable future performance.
Loss prevention framework for insurance companies
Innovative, homogenous and structured risk valuation approaches have played a unique role in reducing risk exposure and uncertainty surrounding insurance companies. However, market resilience, lack of information and specialty business require a tune-up in subjective and swung risk valuations. A structured approach to risk evaluation of new and existing clients, based on a quantitative framework, can benefit a business by simplifying internal and external processes.

Emanuele is a Principal in Arthur D. Little Milan Office.

He has 6 years of management consulting experience, serving clients, among others, in Oil&Gas, chemical and petrochemical industries.

Since joining Arthur D. Little in 2016, Emanuele has supported various companies on the development and implementation of Enterprise Risk Management frameworks, strategic HSE review, Risk Assessments, ESG projects, product contamination/product liability risk analysis, business continuity plans.

Emanuele is also a Process Safety Audit Leader with multi-year experience in on-site audits and assessments, based on protocols developed from international standards and best practices, covering aspects such as incident investigations, contractors management, emergency preparedness, and response procedures, management of change, asset integrity.

Before joining Arthur D. Little, he worked for five years as Group Manager and Senior Loss Prevention Consultant in the Insurance sector (AXA Group) and five years as HSE Leader for an EPC Contractor (Tecnimont).

Recent Publications

Risk: Strengthening business resilience after COVID-19
Despite that they had invested in comprehensive crisis management planning, the spread of COVID-19 found many companies ill-prepared, even though it was a known risk with extreme consequences and a reasonable likelihood of occurring. Looking at the evidence, the authors consider the underlying causes of this poor preparedness and set out the key elements of a new business resilience approach suitable for the post- COVID-19 world.
Facing major risks: Getting it right
Many governments, organizations and companies were not adequately prepared to respond to a risk of the scale of COVID-19. Over the last decades various epidemics have occurred, and some leaders and organizations had warned about the possibility of a pandemic crisis causing dramatic global consequences. However, conventional risk and crisis management frameworks have once again proved to be lacking in today’s business environment of uncertainty, complexity and continuous change.
Do companies get the most out of Hazard & Operability (HazOp) analysis?
HazOp analysis is undoubtedly one of the most effective hazard identification techniques in the manufacturing industry. In fact, it is rigorous, reliable and repeatable. However, complex organizations often struggle to integrate safety and operations synergically in this kind of study: dependence on traditional risk assessment schemes consumes time and resources. Based on our experience, HazOp can include further topics that are not typically considered in this methodology. It also proves to be a powerful tool to promote involvement and awareness across departments.
Food contamination: Understanding and preventing risks
Globalization and increasing legislative complexity have brought high levels of market pressure to food companies, hampering production and supply chain management. Companies are urged to develop risk-based management frameworks to prevent notable losses and protect their reputations and licenses to operate, thus ensuring sustainable future performance.
Loss prevention framework for insurance companies
Innovative, homogenous and structured risk valuation approaches have played a unique role in reducing risk exposure and uncertainty surrounding insurance companies. However, market resilience, lack of information and specialty business require a tune-up in subjective and swung risk valuations. A structured approach to risk evaluation of new and existing clients, based on a quantitative framework, can benefit a business by simplifying internal and external processes.

More About Emanuele
  • Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    PhD in Industrial Safety and Risk Analysis
  • Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    Master in “Engineering of Safety and Risk Analysis”
  • Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
    BSc and MSc in Nuclear Engineering
  • AXA Matrix Risk Consultants SpA
    Group Manager / Senior Loss Prevention Consultant
  • TECNIMONT S.p.A.
    Design HSE Leader