Organized by AIChE’s Center for Chemical Process Safety, CCPS-MEPSC is the Middle East conference for stakeholders in the process industries who recognize the business value of process safety and have committed to process safety as a strategic priority and core value in all of their operations. Focusing on operational excellence through effectively managing risk and reliability, this event aims to define, through collective industry experience, the engineering practices and leadership traits that drive the industry to a zero-harm culture.
Process Safety Specialist, EQUATE Petrochemical CO
Abdulwahab Abdullah Al-Shahrani
Manager, Process Safety, Sipchem
Ahmed Khalil Ebrahim
HSE Director, BAPCO
Andrew P. Bartlett
Solutions Consultant Global Solution Engineering , Sphera
General Manager – HSE&T, Engro Polymer & Chemicals LTD
Assem M Saleh
Head - Technical Safety Support, Petro Rabigh
President & CEO, AcuTech Consulting
Essam S. Al-Otaibi
Safety Superintendent, SATORP
Faysel Abdulla Abdulaziz Al-Romaihi
Head, Process Integrity Corporate HSE & Quality , Qatar Energy
Inspection Specialist -PSM Group, Kuwait Oil Company - KOC
Corporate Process Safety Director, Sadara Chemical Company
Leader Operational Risk practice, DuPont Sustainable Solutions
Process Safety Group Leader Technical Services Unit, Loss Prevention Department, Saudi Aramco
Loss Prevention Engineer, Saudi Aramco
Manager PS Governance & Assurance Process Safety CoE, OQ
President & CEO, PSRG
Vice President, ioMosaic
Sivaneswaran Kamala Kannan
Advisor, Group Health, Safety & Environment Group Health, Safety, Environment & Sustainability Function, ADNOC - Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
Regional Manager-Asia Pacific & Middle East, CCPS
President, Process Improvement Institute (PII)
Manager Process Safety Management, Kuwait Oil Company - KOC
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CCPS is a not-for-profit, corporate membership organization within AIChE that identifies and addresses process safety needs within the chemical, pharmaceutical, and petroleum industries. CCPS brings together manufacturers, government agencies, consultants, academia and insurers to lead the way in improving industrial process safety.
CCPS member companies, working in project subcommittees, define and develop useful, time-tested guidelines that have practical application within industry. The project topics run the gamut of areas important to manufacturers and range from human factor issues to qualitative and quantitative risk analysis to security vulnerability to inherently safer design. With over 100 publications to date, CCPS remains at the forefront of issues relevant to industry.