The key aim of the workshop is to provide a platform for all participants to examine and discuss the process safety process and how to achieve process safety excellence in a globally competitive environment, which remains a major test for the process industry suffering from reduced income and ageing facilities.
Process safety is part of safety management and focuses on the concerns of major hazards impacting safety, environmental damage and business losses. Key factors such as an aging plant, a lack of skilled workers in emerging markets and an increasing reliance on ‘outsourcing’ have contributed to a significant increase in operational risks. However, good process safety principles and systems not only help manage risks, they can effectively increase the safety of your operation while also improving productivity, cost efficiency and quality. ‘A safe operation is an efficient operation’. Process safety needs to be considered throughout the asset lifecycle; design, construction, operation, maintenance, modification and closure.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineering managers, projects managers, project engineers, reservoir engineers, production managers, HSE managers, PSM managers and coordinators, MOC coordinators, operation engineers, loss prevention engineers, industry members who participate in decisions about process changes, service companies and consultants.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
This workshop presents a unique opportunity for participants to broaden their understanding on the current thoughts and processes on process safety and technical risk assessment and for industry practitioners to share and discuss best practices, lessons learnt and technological advances.