The regional learning hub dedicated to lessons learnt from process safety successes and failures to manage risk more effectively and reduce the number of incidents
The 9th Annual Process Safety Summit in Abu Dhabi returns this September 22-24 2017, with an exciting new direction and expert speaker line-up. Serving as the Middle East regional gathering for process safety professionals this years meeting will focus on global developments in process safety and will include best practices from various other safety-critical industries such as defence and chemical manufacturing. The event will showcase the latest safety improving technologies whilst address sustainability and compliance issues though close examination of major incident causes.
Mark your dates today to make sure you do not miss this annual event!
Taking our process safety program to the next level
Today companies large and small are putting a premium on improving their process safety performance, with process safety being on high priority the ninth edition of this series will be directed by a board of industry experts that will hand pick speakers and draft the program to ensure that 2017’s conference is built by the industry, for the industry.
Technical committee member include:
Process Safety Section
Lead, ADMA OPCO
International IChemE Award Winner
Training and Education
Former Vice President, Drilling and Completions
Talisman Energy and BP
Key themes for 2016 include:
Culture and leadership:Overview of the plans and actions in place to improve process safety understanding commitment and performance.
Compliance and safety excellence:How international organizations are encouraging workforce involvement and buy-in by establishing a responsibility for workers to make suggestions to ensure compliance and avoid repeat incidents.
Risk assessment and mitigation:Successfully identifying and monitoring hazardous risks by ensuring a reliable mechanical integrity program for ageing assets.
Mark your calendar to join us in Abu Dhabi in September 2017!
Who should attend?
The 9th Annual Process Safety Summit is designed for SVPs, VPs, Directors, Superintendents, Supervisors, Specialists, Engineers, Leaders, and Managers of:
Process Safety/Process Safety Management (PSM)
Plant Management and Operations
Inspections, Maintenance, and Reliability
Asset & Mechanical Integrity
Instrumentation and Control
Who attended the 2016 summit?
Based on past attendees, here's a snapshot of who you can expect to meet this September.
10 Reasons why you should bring a team!
Improving your organizations safety culture
Promoting a team environment
Creating a healthier safer work place
Reducing insurance premiums
Lowering worker’s compensation costs
Bridging the gap between policy and operations
Lowering incident rates
Featured speakers from 2016 include:
Former Vice President Drilling and Completions
BP & Talisman Energy
Operational Excellence & Compliance Group Leader
Process Safety Lead Engineer
Process Safety Engineering Section Leader
Safety Advisor & SMS Coordinator
Technical Safety Advisor
Addax Petroleum Ltd.
Process Safety Coordinator
UDT (Office of Technical Inspection Poland)
Ministry of Labour and Social Security Labour Inspection Board (Turkey)
Integrated Management Systems Associates (IMSA)
Senior Safety Specialist
Kuwait Oil Company
Immediate Past President
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
Senior Conference Director
Operate & Maintain Lean Coach
Petroleum Development Oman
See what our past attendees had to say
“I thought it was a really good event – great speakers, great venue, and excellent organisation by your team. Also, the themes selected clearly struck a chord with the attendees and ensured good attendance throughout.”
“ The 7th Annual Process Safety conference was a very gainful event for process safety best practices specially PSM & incident investigation. One of the best platforms I have participated in the Middle East dedicated to process safety professionals for sharing and learning.”
“I truly appreciated the roundtables held in the afternoon; this was an opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues with more freedom and less formally.”