CCPS Middle East Process Safety Conference

24 - 26 October 2021   |   Virtual Event

CCPS – MEPSC: New Date Announcement  

Due to the ongoing global public health concerns and in consultation with our CCPS regional corporate members and stakeholders,
the 3rd CCPS-MEPSC 2021 Conference has been scheduled for 24 - 26 October 2021 and will be held virtually.


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.

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Ghassan Abulfaraj

Loss Prevention Department Manager, Saudi Aramco

Dr. Abdul Aldeeb

Head of Technology & Consulting – Process & Safety, Siemens

Andrew Bartlett

Solutions Consultant, Sphera

Dr. Hassan Baaqeel

Assistant Professor, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM)

Khalid Alalyani


Mohammed Al-Zahrani

Process Safety Section Head, Sipchem

Omar Al Omar

Operational Excellence Manager, Saudi Chevron Phillips (S-Chem)

Shakeel Kadri

Executive Director & CEO, CCPS

Wayne Pearce

Senior VP of Group HSE, ADNOC

Abhilash Menon

Business Consultant, Sphera

Ahmed Qabazard

Team Leader for Health, Safety & Environment , Kuwait Oil Company - KOC

Bala Siva Srikanth Adivi

TPL Specialist I (HSE), Kuwait Oil Company - KOC

Mohammad Alkhairallah

Process Engineer, Saudi Chevron Phillips (S-Chem)

Mohammed Al-Zahrani

Process Safety Section Head, Sipchem

Natasha Andrews

Risktec Solutions

Abdel Hadi Al Suhaimi

Executive President, Saudi Chevron Phillips (S-Chem)

David Moore

President & CEO, AcuTech Consulting Group

Conference Chairman

Shakeel Kadri

Executive Director & CEO, CCPS

Technical Committee

Dr. Abdul Aldeeb

Head of Technology & Consulting – Process & Safety, Siemens

Abdel Hadi Al Suhaimi

Executive President, Saudi Chevron Phillips (S-Chem)

Dr. Anil Gokhale

Director, CCPS Projects, CCPS

Yasser Habidi

General Supervisor, Loss Prevention, Saudi Aramco

Abdullah  Al-Hazza

Process Safety Specialist, EQUATE Petrochemical CO

Ahmed Khalil Ebrahim

Manager, Health, Safety & Environment Department, BAPCO

Akef A. Nammari

Jazan Site Director, Air Products

Andrew Bartlett

Solutions Consultant, Sphera

Assem M Saleh

Technical Safety Support Head , Petro Rabigh

David Moore

President & CEO, AcuTech Consulting Group

Essam Alotaibi

Safety Superintendent, SATORP

Greg Horton

Sr. Manager - Process Safety, Global EHSS, SABIC, USA

Jamal Al-Ghamdi

Process Safety Technology Leader, Sadara Chemical Company

Manny Cabrera

Operations Leader, Dow Performance Monomers, The Dow Chemical Company

Mohammad Al-Nashwan

Loss Prevention Engineer, Saudi Aramco

Mohammed Al-Zahrani

Process Safety Section Head, Sipchem

Nicholas Bahr

Global Director Operational Risk, Safety, and Resilience, DuPont Sustainable Solutions

Robert Weber

President & CEO, PSRG

Sam Alawar

Senior Partner, ioMosaic Corporation

Sohail Rabbani

Team Leader Process Safety, ORPIC

Umesh Dhake

Regional Manager-Asia Pacific & Middle East, CCPS

William Bridges

President, Process Improvement Institute, Inc. (PII)

Yasser Abdulrahim Alabbasi

General Manager Manufacturing, GPIC

Yousef  Al-Humoud

Manager Process Safety Management, Kuwait Oil Company - KOC

Zubair Jan Awan

Acting Vice President, HSE Policy & Governance Division, ADNOC - Abu Dhabi National Oil Company

About CCPS

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.

Vision 2020

CCPS Vision 20/20, developed by the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS), looks into the not-too-distant future to demonstrate what perfect process safety will look like when it is championed by the industry; driven by five tenets of culture, standards, competency, management systems and lessons learned; and enhanced by community passion and global societal themes.


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