Advanced Process Safety Management Excellence 2019Date: 15th - 17th October 2019 Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, Dubai, UAE

  • This is a workshop for innovative people from the oil and gas, chemical, power generation and other process sectors. You may be middle or senior level in your business, you already be an expert in process safety or you may need an overview of the some of the basics. You may have direct operational and or management responsibility or influence on process safety or be working in a contract role supporting a site, a regulator or an NGO with an interest in safety and environmental performance. There is something here for you. Come and join us to see how business and environmental sustainability rely on the cooperation of a wide range of stakeholders and how a world class process safety performance relies on people like you. This seminar will help you define the practical actions which you and colleagues can take as a leader in process safety.
  • What this is not – this is NOT a workshop of vague ideas. Please indicate your interest and experience on the pre workshop questionnaire.
  • You will review real industry statistics and both well known and lesser known process safety incidents. The discussion will cover industry sectors relevant to delegates. Please indicate your interests on the pre workshop questionnaire.
  • The presentation of this workshop aims to be flexible and responsive to the needs of participants. In general though the approach will be to review process safety leadership and relevant background in a straightforward, practical manner. We will cover the basics of definitions of process safety management, review the key standards including API RP 754. Process Safety Performance Indicators for the Refining and Petrochemical Industries; IEC – 61508 & 61511. Functional Safety and management systems. We will look at common approaches to incident causation, incident investigation as well as qualitative and quantitative risk assessment. If necessary, for the group, we will demystify tools such HAZOP, HAZID, FMEA, LOPA and make some connections which might surprise even seasoned experts whose practical insights will be most welcome. You will make use of real statistics to determine a SIL level. You will learn or take another look at how defining and managing the critical operational and HSEQ critical equipment and tasks within a Bow Tie to assess the effectiveness of barriers to unwanted events and to ensure that should these “top” events happen additional barriers are in place to protect people, the environment, the continuity of your process and your business reputation and sustainability. You would expect all this of course and we will deliver through both presentations, tutorial style challenges led by the workshop presenter and open group activities.
  • The workshop aims to go further though, putting process safety leadership into a human context. We will make a practical review of critical tasks and how to simultaneously streamline, increase the effectiveness, and potentially reduce the costs and time demands of competence-based training and development. We will look at how process leadership is relevant to a wide range of stakeholders, all of which in our modern global economy can have a practical influence on sustainability both of your business and the environment. Most of all you will leave with practical ideas for your role as a process safety leader.
  • The broader model of systemic process safety risk that goes beyond the standard technical models of risk assessment and compliance.
  • Cross-sector learning for leaders and process safety.
  • Differences between risk perception at the senior leadership level and in front line operations.
  • Project development decisions and operational process safety performance.
  • How leadership decision-making impacts process safety performance.
  • How management of asset integrity drives process safety performance.
  • What leadership behaviours really impact process safety performance.
  • Achieve PSM sustainability and assurance by identifying the gaps and addressing safety, operability, and reliability that are targeted to assure containment of hazardous materials and control of risks from high energy and other mechanical equipment.
  • Evaluate difficult elements of PSM audits and discover solutions to measure, maintain and improve process safety performance.

The course is designed for, but not limited to PSM, HSE, and Process Engineers, who are involved with safety management and process design.

  • HSE
  • Process Safety Manager
  • Corporate HSE Audit
  • Risk Personnel
  • Network Operation Manager
  • Engineering & Integrity
  • Site Controller
  • Director & Contractor of Major Contracts
  • Technical
  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
  • Purchasers of HSE Support Services
  • Business Development
  • Strategic Planner

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