Optimal Strategies to Protect the Oil & Gas Industry’s Human and Corporate Interests
Recent policy changes from OSHA and other regional regulators are seeking an increasingly proactive approach to hazards management: beyond primary containment, now the process safety practitioners from both the owners and operators are tasked to address the human behavioural aspects in ensuring process safety too.
Developing a sustainable process safety management model, with higher corporate involvement, is now requiring a better resource optimisation. Process safety needs to identify the overlaps with other functional groups such as asset integrity management and HSE – to remove the duplication of efforts in auditing and inspection.
With that backdrop, Process Safety Management Asia 2014 will provide you practical case studies and best practices from 22 major oil & gas firms and EPC contractors this April – to address these challenges and to cope with the new trends.
Presentations are lined up under 4 major areas, which could potentially change your process safety management approach:
• Developing a Sustainable Process Safety Management Model in Correlation with HSE
• Setting Optimal KPIs and Addressing Challenges in Measurement
• Improving Human Behavioural Aspects and HMI Coordination for Better Process Safety Delivery
• Managing Technological Changes and Implementing New Process Safety Techniques
Register early to meet 120+ cross functional executives from process safety, HSE and reliability/asset integrity from Asia’s leading oil & gas, petrochemical and oil & gas transportation firms.
What’s new this year?A. One Day Master Class
Developing a practical PSM strategy: through the eyes of Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) of an asset
Loss Prevention Specialist, STUDIO ING CALO
B. 4 Technical Workshops
1. Understanding your asset and processes: how to make your PSM more efficient?
2. Dos and don’ts in developing a competency training matrix for your PSM workforce
3. New techniques and trends in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS)
4. Guidelines for developing process critical alarm management systems
C. 22 Presentations including 12 case studies