Conference on November 10th - 11th, 2016
In the past, information on safety performance has relied on factors such as lost time incident rates. Whilst this is a good indicator of how well personal injury accidents are being managed, it is a poor indicator of how well major hazard risks are being controlled. Companies with exemplary personal injury incident rates have in the past suffered catastrophic failure in the containment of major hazards, with devastating consequences for the plant, employees, the environment and company reputation. You will recognize that good leadership is based on making business decisions in the full knowledge of the factors that will be lead to a successful outcome and deliver the intended benefits.
Today's process safety challenges facing the chemical and process industries. It will provide a platform for sharing best practice and latest research on all aspects of process safety, helping you to manage and reduce risk more effectively. Reduce undesirable consequences for businesses, including the threat of reputation and survival.
This conference brings together a diverse range of operators to give attendees an insight on how to reduce the risk of future hazardous events and ensure employees and assets are operating within the safest environment possible.
The conference will explore practical considerations for safety when designing and implementing process safety management processes with focus on the management and facilitation of the various activities required to comply with all phases of the functional safety life cycle.
Update Regulation of Processes and Audit of Safety and Applying.
Understand the legal frameworks and standards around PSM.
Share ideas and grow your network with leaders, Create & inspire safety leadership across all levels in the organization.
Navigate the increasingly difficult challenges in corporate management buy-in and safety accountability.
Get inspired by case studies of well-handled incidents and eventually successful safety system implementations.
Discover new approaches to safety culture and cross-departmental collaboration for increased safety performance.
Providing a platform for sharing best practice and latest research on all aspects of process safety.
To make an improvement to operational effectiveness by reducing the number of non-conformities that occurs during platform operations.
Developed at every level for building an incident-free culture to create safety excellence.
The tools used to align and advance the company’s objectives around safety.
Optimizing your operation for both efficiency and safety.
Successful elements and weaknesses in existing PSM programmes and frameworks.
Use hazard identification for prevention and control measures, major accidents/accident causes & mechanisms for loss of containment.
The role of human factors & culture in developing a robust process safety management system.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The Implementation Process Safety and Risk Reduction strategies 2016 is designed for SVPs, VPs, Directors, Superintendents, Supervisors, Specialists, Engineers, Leaders, and Managers of:
Process Safety/Process Safety Management (PSM)
Plant Management and Operations
Inspections, Maintenance, and Reliability
Instrumentation and Control
Office Safety Tips
Worker Health and Wellness
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