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International Best Practices in Process Safety

Tuesday, 2 June, two sessions available:
14:00 Dubai, UAE time (GMT + 4:00) or
11:00 CDT (GMT - 5:00)
 

Presented by Andy Gibbins

This webinar will provide a review of the various options for effectively implementing and managing Process Safety Management. We will review and discuss various options ranging from the OSHA PSM standard to various risk-based strategies. The webinar underscores the importance of a holistic and risk-based approach to Process Safety and looks at the elements required to sustain a successful process safety approach in high-risk facilities.

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Webinar Objectives

 >>   To remind us what process safety really means

 >>   To review the trends in process safety performance and the risks posed by an economic downturn

 >>   To review various approaches to process safety and identify best practices

 >>   To demonstrate the importance of effective process safety leadership and a strong process safety culture

 

What will attendees learn?

 >>   The fundamentals and origins of process safety

 >>   Recent trends in process safety performance and the underlying factors

 >>   The elements of the OSHA PSM standard: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119, Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals -- Compliance Guidelines and Enforcement Procedures

 >>   Comparison of OSHA vs risk-based PSM approaches

 >>   The importance of strong leadership and a PSM culture

 

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is particularly valuable for petroleum industry managers, HSE specialists, engineers, operations staff and maintenance personnel, and anyone with an involvement in process safety.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

MR. ANDY GIBBINS is an experienced and highly motivated oil, gas and petrochemicals consultant, with experience in upstream and downstream. Andy worked for many years in Operations Management and Technical positions with Shell and NOVA and has significant experience in Operational Excellence and Process Safety. He has excellent planning, organizational, project and people skills, resulting in effective project coordination and successful achievement of business improvement goals. Andy has excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills; he is diplomatic, with the ability to influence at all levels within an organization. He has thorough knowledge of and experience with change management. Andy has over 20 years of industrial experience and 12 years of consultancy and training experience in safety and leadership, project and change management. He holds a BEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from University of Bradford, UK.

 

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