Conference Opening and Welcome Address
Executive Director & CEO, CCPS
Executive Director EHS&S, Sadara Chemical Company
Strategic Panel Discussion - How Leaders Drive Process Safety in Your Organization
President & CEO, AcuTech Consulting Group
Chief Loss Prevention Engineer, Saudi Aramco
EHSS VP, SABIC
Khalid Al Beshr
Vice President, HSE Policy & Governance, HSE Policy & Governance Division, ADNOC
Abdel Hadi Al Suhaimi
Executive President, Saudi Chevron Phillips (S-Chem)
Technical Sessions - Process Safety Leadership and Safety Culture
Process Safety Group Leader, Saudi Aramco
Pre Incident Plan Development Emergency Response Plan Requirement-SABIC Success Story
Speaker will share how company developed PIP guidelines for all facilities. Involvement of multidisciplinary team plays important role for the successful deployment of PIPs. Speaker will share high level structure of PIPs, Process Safety Information to be included in the PIPs including periodic drills involving Emergency Response team and operation team.
Surendra V. Mahakalkar
Lead Engineer –Process Risk Management, SABIC
Dynamic Barrier Management
In this session, the presenter will discuss various aspects of dynamic barrier management such as, 1-concept of barrier degradation in real-time, 2-data for determining the active status of barriers, 3-data required for verification of performance standards.
PSM Consultant, Kuwait Oil Company - KOC
Process Safety Management Governance
Speaker will share how the organization developed a governance structure around process safety management where the company assured 2-way communication from the top of the organization to the bottom. This was done by identifying several KPIs (70+) both leading and lagging in line with API 754. Later, these KPIs were addressed at different levels depending on how critical they were. Company went down to operation levels and developed system to monitor Standard operation conditions and Safe operating limits as part of the shift hand over report. The company also shared a dashboard of key critical KPIs to assure organizations have visual feedback on PSM performance. This was all part of changing the culture to a more PSM focused culture to identify issues within the organization and address them through the right communication channel.
Process Safety Section Head, Sipchem
Technical Session - Process Safety Throughout Asset Life Cycle
Solutions Consultant, Sphera
Stuck in the Status Quo, Real Data on Business and Line Ownership of Process Safety
The speaker will share the results of the PSM/ORM Survey was conducted online by Sphera Consulting. The survey uncovered that while companies are big proponents of a strong safety culture, they still need to simultaneously manage and improve productivity, environmental pressures and costs while reducing risk in today's complex operating environment. The 2019 survey, the industry fourth, shows how companies are big proponents of a strong safety culture. Still, there is a large gap between Process Safety intent and what occurs during everyday operations.
Account Executive, Sphera Solutions
Increase the Value of Your Hazops: Add a Relief Systems SME to the Team
The recent experiences have shown that identifying major causes and consequences with the help of a relief systems subject matter expert (SME) before the HAZOP workshop will reduce the workshop duration and cost involved significantly, and more importantly, will add a level of confidence that the analysis of the HAZOP team accurately reflects the relief device capabilities as a safeguard, compared to simply checking the relief device report. Afterwards, the workshop team can concentrate more on operational and maintenance issues which are often sidelined, due to inadequate time in workshop. Details of these recent HAZOP experiences will be discussed by speaker in this session.
Team Leader Process Safety, Siemens Energy
Dr. Nancy Faulk
Principal Engineer, Siemens Energy
Best Practices Occupied Building Risk Assessments for Refinery and Chemical Plants
Consequence and risk-based assessments of occupied buildings can be carried out in several levels of detail, depending on the potential hazards of the process units present on site. Performing those assessments in a consistent manner across the petrochemical industry is challenging. This presentation contains an overview of the best practices used in occupied building risk assessments carried out by DNV GL in recent years for refinery and chemical plants.
Senior HSE Consultant, DNV GL