Process Safety Leadership Excellence 2017Date: 24th to 26th July 2017 ,Dubai

Process Safety Leadership Excellence 2017


Many major incidents have technical failure as an immediate cause. Process safety leaders are capable of diving deeper and finding the organizational, culture and leadership decision-making that contributed to the incident.

Analysis of the causes all major incidents has revealed that technical and non-technical factors are interlayered, complex and, leading up to the accident, were unpredictable by senior decision makers.

This course introduces the PSM Process Safety Management architecture as an analytical tool focused on preventing releases of any substance i.e.: written programs, roles and responsibilities, implementation including training, record keeping, and auditing).

The course will illustrate all the key elements of a comprehensive PSM program and how the overall architecture applies to each. Also apply these key elements for integration with existing and sometimes overlapping current company policies (such as quality and reliability programs). The first onshore PSM regulations were developed in response to a number of serious accidents that occurred in the 1980s, such as the release of toxic vapors at Bhopal, India that killed thousands. In the United States the federal regulation29 CFR 1910.119 Process safety the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) published management of highly hazardous chemicals in the year 1992.



  • 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 frontline 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 behaviors 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

Who Should Attend

  • HSE Directors
  • HSE Managers
  • Corporate HSE Audit Personnel
  • Risk Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Engineering and Integrity Managers
  • Site Controllers
  • Strategic Planners
  • Process Safety Managers
  • Purchasers of HSE Support Services
  • Business Development Heads / Managers Maintenance Managers / Heads



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