Optimal Strategies to Protect the Oil & Gas Industry’s Human and Corporate InterestsRecent 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:
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.
- 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
WHAT'S NEW THIS YEAR? One Day Master Class - Developing a Practical PSM Strategy: Through the Eyes of Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) of an Asset by Fiorenzo Calo, Loss Prevention Specialist, STUDIO ING CALO
4 Technical Workshops
22 Presentations including 12 case studies
Download the brochure to review the full programme agenda.
- Understanding your asset and processes: how to make your PSM more efficient?
- Dos and don’ts in developing a competency training matrix for your PSM workforce
- New techniques and trends in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS)
- Guidelines for developing process critical alarm management systems