Tuesday, April 23
Yong Sai Chung
Head, Health and Safety, Group Health, Safety, Security & Environment
Dzafri Sham Ahmad
Group Health, Safety, Security & Environment
This session will engage leaders to discuss opportunities and challenges, share experiences and lessons learnt, and on how technology and digitalisation may affect the quality and productivity of the work sites - all of which are critical in shaping the future of HSSE in the region.
Ir. Haji Omar bin Mat Piah
Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)
Acting Senior Vice President, Safety Security Health and Environment Division
In this session, we will strive to better understand how HSSE management is going beyond systems, processes and competencies to incorporate wider factors such as human performance and cultural aspects to achieve and sustain good HSSE performance.
Lead Country Manager
ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc
|1330-1400||195415||Subsurface Sludge Sequestration in Cyclic Steam Stimulated Heavy Oil Reservoir in Liaohe Oilfield|
|1330-1400||195414||Environmental Mainstreaming for Self-Regulation (EMSR)|
|1330-1400||195390||The Oasis Solution-turning Challenges into Opportunities via Integrated Unconventional Sustainable Solution in Managing Waste from Petroleum Operation|
|1330-1400||195382||Data Quality Management from Laboratory Aspects|
|1330-1400||195385||The Analysis of Age and Experience of Incident Victims: A Case Study in Japan to Improve HSE Training Programs|
As such, factors that shape both health and performance can be understood on many levels. At the individual level, these include factors that allow a worker and his/her team to meet or exceed physical and intellectual demands, to fully exploit personal and organisational potential, to demonstrate maximum human capital “uptime”. Workplace health culture is often set by the tone at the top.
At organisational, community and society level, it should be recognised that the presence of health comorbidities need not be an obstacle to work excellence; examples abound of exceptional human performance despite conventionally perceived limitations. Early screening and detection, modern treatment modalities, lifestyle modifications, minimisation of complications, rehabilitation coupled with resourceful work accommodations and flexibility are constantly redefining concepts of fitness to work. Conversely though, neither is the absence of illness or disability a reliable predictor of good performance. Planning and design deficiencies and errors or under-appreciation of the importance of human factors can undermine the productivity and safety of even the healthiest worker cohort.
From a systems perspective, what shapes the effectiveness of an occupational health management system? What type of metrics will allow meaningful analysis of the performance or “health” of such systems? How effective are audits at generating fit-for-purpose solutions when gaps or opportunities for improvement are detected?
The panel session will cast a spotlight on how organisations prioritise and translate health and safety philosophy, health culture and health benefits into policies, programmes, actions that shape the performance of the workforce and the systems by which they operate.
Dr Abu Hasan Samad
Academy of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Malaysia (AOEMM)
Principal and Managing Director
Dr Feisul Idzwan Mustapha
Consultant Public Health
Physician, Deputy Director
(NCD), Disease Control Division
Ministry of Health Malaysia
Dato’ Rozano Saad
Downstream Business Excellence (DBE)
|1400-1420||195411||Web-Based Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Application for Big Data Management|
|1420-1440||195424||Leveraging Big Data for Social Responsibility|
|1440-1500||195380||An Oil Spill Preparedness Journey|
|1500-1520||195396||Toward Smooth Transition of Block Operatorship in Dealing with Environmental Issues|
|Alternate||195389||Web-Based Application Development for Environmental Performance Reporting|
Culture is defined as the unwritten standards and norms that shape mindsets, attitudes and behaviours. Culture is how we do things here, even when people are not watching. A culture of safety starts with leadership, because leadership drives culture and culture drives behaviour. Leaders influence culture by setting expectations, building structure, teaching/coach others and demonstrate leadership by example. Leaders need to create the right experience for their people so that the right belief system can influence the actions their people take in delivering the right results.
A commitment to safety begins with the top leadership. But, top leaders alone cannot drive the entire culture. The real challenge to industry leaders in how to stay ahead of the curve amidst a dynamic boom and bust industry cycle is how to build and sustain this safety culture by addressing not only the technical part but also the softer part. We also need to leverage the technologies and collaborate with others within and outside the industry to ensure effective implementation.
For a safety culture to flourish, it must be embedded throughout the organisation, winning every hearts and minds and show that we genuinely care for the workers, where all of these will take time to nurture.
Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim
President, MOGSC and Acting CEO
MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Bhd
Mohamed Amin Abdullah
Advisor, HSE Culture, Group Health, Safety, Security & Environment
|1600-1620||195419||Bridging Occupational Health and Wellness: Maximising Value through Innovation, Digitalisation and Data Driven Approach|
|1620-1640||195404||Wellness Hub Transformation: Transactional to Holistic Care|
|1640-1700||195412||Leveraging on Technology to Manage Health and Human RIghts Risks: A Differentiated Approach in Managing Fatigue|
|1700-1720||195428||Managing Communicable Disease in a Mega Construction Project|
|Alternate||195400||Fight to be Fit Wellness Program as a Tool for Improving Employee Health Parameter|
|Alternate||195391||Development of Psychological Readiness for Oil and Gas Work in the Arctic Conditions|
Wednesday, April 24
Companies have invested more in the latest technology development working collaboratively with partners both inside and outside the industry as well as expanding geographically in search of innovation with the promise of optimizing the crude to market process, lowering costs and becoming more efficient while keeping everyone safer while preserving our environment.
These technologies go beyond the usual R&D department of any company. They create a disruption in the way we conduct the refining processes and provide oil and gas companies a platform to springboard a step change in the way the whole industrial business is run.
Frontier technologies could be key innovations like automation, wireless monitoring, sensing, IIOT, digital twining, machine learning and robotics, augmented reality to name a few.
In this panel, we discuss the technological changes and its effect or benefits on HSSE. How can we adapt or embrace these technologies and what changes we might need to do in order to improve our HSSE KPIs. This panel might also share some direct innovations using one or more of these technologies to impact positively the HSSE aspect.
Dr Satyam Priyadarshy
Technology Fellow and Chief Data Scientist
Executive Director & Partner
Vice President Solutions
|0900-0920||195420||Novel Approach for Hazard Identification and Prioritisation of Chemicals Used in Oil and Gas Industry|
|0920-0940||195407||A Risk Based Approach to Provision of Medical Services at Remote Sites|
|0940-1000||195426||Psychological Features of Adaptation of Oil and Gas Workers in the Arctic and in the South of Russia|
|1000-1020||195397||The Optimal TeleHealth Solution for Remote Sites|
|Alternate||195405||Hazard Assessment for Hazardous Air Pollutants from Petroleum Refinery Operations Using Multi-Country Regulatory Databases.|
|Alternate||195395||Health Risk Assessment of Turnaround Activities for Offshore Facilities with Mercury Presence|
|Alternate||195402||Using Technology to Aid Communications in the Medical Emergency Response of a Remote Industrial Site|
|Alternate||195403||Managing Carcinogenic, Mutagenic and Reprotoxic Chemicals at the Workplace|
|Alternate||195430||Safe Working in Hot Weather Conditions|
There is indeed a need to create greater awareness on product stewardship and the understanding of the potential environmental, health and safety risks of the associated actions by different parties, e.g. the inherent hazards associated with the materials being used, the exposures they may cause, the risk of impacting others in a product's lifecycle, the associated energy and materials consumption in chosen packaging; waste generation; toxic substances; greenhouse gases; and other air and water emissions.
This panel session will engage different companies to discuss their product stewardship management, share effective tools and best practices. At the same time, how can the industry think from a new perspective to handle stewardship challenges while making sure the continuous improvement is worth pursuing.
Director of Chemical Management Division
Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)
Dr Caroline Li
Global Product Stewardship Advisor
Head, HSSE (Asia Pacific)
PETRONAS Lubricants International
|1100-1120||195413||High Rise Building Evacuation: Saving Lives vs. Business Continuity|
|1120-1140||195416||Global Travels in the Oil Industry. Managing Threats and Risks through Orientation and Scenario Monitoring|
|1140-1200||195388||Cultural Change to Improve HSE Performance: Through the Eyes of an Operator and a Drilling Contractor|
|1200-1220||195381||5 Senses to Know Safety: Approach to Improve Safety Behavior through Participation and Interaction|
|Alternate||195421||Swiss Cheese Challenge: Creating Dialogue on Process Safety Dilemmas|
|Alternate||195425||Managing Underwriters Survey of Oil and Gas Installations|
Securing information has become significant for all organisations, whether big or small. The alarming rise of cybercrimes throughout the world is no joke when the hazards of data breach could cost companies billions of dollars every year. Governments and companies are working hand in hand with the security firms to take crucial measures to prevent these cybercrimes.
In this panel session we will further examine various aspects of managing and mitigating security risks through the views of our esteemed panellists with extensive experience in the upstream and downstream businesses. They will share their insight and knowledge on industry best practices to anticipate security risks due to the nature of our global business and operations.
This includes innovative solutions and progressive approaches to control security risks to a minimum risk or a level of As-Low-As-Reasonably-Practicable (ALARP), covering both personal and physical security as well as cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP).
Lt. Col. Sazali bin Sukardi
Senior Vice President of Strategic Research
ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc
Online Fixed Tank Volatile Organic Content Calculation and Reporting
|1420-1440||195422||Waste Upcycling for Marine Rubber Hoses|
|1440-1500||195394||Responding to Oil Spill of Inland River Water Crossing Pipeline: Lanzhou Petrochemical Company Successfully Handles Oil Spill|
|1500-1520||195410||Laboratory Study of Environmental Friendly Drilling Fluid Additives to Reduce Alkalinity and Control Fluid Loss in Water-Based Muds|
|Alternate||195386||Developing Coal Bed Methane (CBM) Project as a Truly Sustainable Venture: Strategies, Technologies and Methodologies|
|Alternate||195423||Preventing Crude Oil Leakage into the Upper Aquifer from Happening in Steam Huff-puff Production Wells|
|Alternate||195383||Estimating Maximal Carbon Storage Capacity of Depleted Shales with Pressure Transient Analysis|
|Alternate||195398||Experimental Evaluation of Sealing Narrow and Wide Fractures Using Bio-Degradable Environmental Friendly Additives Generated from Waste|
|Alternate||195408||Advocating Human Rights in Supply Chain|
What are the advances that has been made to avoid, mitigate and manage such impacts and risks, and what are some of the good practices implemented to contribute to society and minimize risks while seeking to align operations to the SGD goals?
This panel session will explore these questions on the emerging risks and opportunities to integrate SDGs into core business activities of oil and gas companies.
Head, Climate Change
|1600-1620||195427||Leveraging Drone Based Imaging Technology for Pipeline and Rou Monitoring Survey|
|1620-1640||195399||Redefining Confined Space Safety: A Case Study|
|1640-1700||195429||HSSE Elements in Social Risk Assessment: An Internal Approach in Managing Social Risks|
|Alternate||195393||The Standardised Approach to Evaluate Risk by Using Layer of Protection Concept in Risk Assessment for Operation Safety|