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Summit Day One: Tuesday, 26 September 2017

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM Registration, coffee and networking

8:45 AM - 8:50 AM IQPC welcome remarks

8:50 AM - 9:00 AM Opening remarks from Chairman

Effective leadership and culture to achieve process excellence

9:00 AM - 9:15 AM A consolidated approach to achieving total safety culture: The next steps in process safety leadership

Ali Abdulla, Vice President HSSE, Petrofac
Understand the causes of human error and the best ways of minimising its impact by combining key academic theories with practical experience. Gain insights into how organisations are changing culture towards safety by improving management and board level buy-in, as well as measuring successful process and behaviour safety.

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Ali Abdulla

Vice President HSSE
Petrofac

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM Leveraging current market scenarios to develop an effective process safety programme

Khalfan Al Abdouli, Performance and Reliability Advisor, ADGAS
Learn how effective leadership mitigates risks and efficiency in process safety culture. You’ll gain insight into cover how proper leadership and communication boosts confidence in the workforce and increases sustainability.

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Khalfan Al Abdouli

Performance and Reliability Advisor
ADGAS
This session will bring together leading risk management experts to share practices in:
  • Conducting process safety culture assessments for smooth operations
  • Highlight importance of effective leadership and direction for achieving process excellence
  • Practical steps for building a positive process safety culture keeping current market scenarios in place

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Michael Godfrey

Process Safety Engineering Section Leader
ADMA-OPCO
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Colin Dyer

PSM and AIM Expert
Independent AI-PSM Consultant
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Kevin Lacy

Former Vice President- Drilling and Completions
BP & Talisman Energy
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Ayssar Hanza


International IChemE Award Winner

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM Diversity in the workplace and the role of leadership in cross-cultural effectiveness

Ayssar Hanza, , International IChemE Award Winner
Understand how diverse cultures in a workplace can lead to risks due to miscommunications. Gain insight into how a leader’s quality in mitigating risks by effectively handling and communicating at a diverse workplace so as to avoid miscommunication due to diverse cultures.

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Ayssar Hanza


International IChemE Award Winner

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Official exhibition opening followed by refreshments break and networking

The exhibition offers attendees an opportunity to learn about the latest products and services available to the oil and gas industry for process safety.

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM Leadership approach towards process excellence

Kevin Lacy, Former Vice President- Drilling and Completions, BP & Talisman Energy
The session will cover the dependence and overall contribution of achieving department excellence to operational excellence. Plus, learn about the leadership qualities and requirements to achieving process excellence at a workplace.

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Kevin Lacy

Former Vice President- Drilling and Completions
BP & Talisman Energy

Risk management in process safety

Continuous improvement in reviews and studies

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM Addressing complacency and the need for continuous improvements in critical studies

Roehl Bartolome, HSE Superintendent, Qatar Chemical Company (Q-Chem)
This session will highlight “all is not well” in a process safety culture. Discuss the need to continuously improve studies and systems, rather than being complacent and confident in current systems.

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Roehl Bartolome

HSE Superintendent
Qatar Chemical Company (Q-Chem)
 

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Case study: Implementation of alarm management and rationalisation in GASCO

Ahmed Saleh, Technical Services Department Head, GASCO
Understand the significance of alarm rationalisation in reducing and prioritising risks. Learn how GASCO has effectively used alarm rationalisation studies to efficiently reduce risks and prioritising hazards in their gas plant and will address best practices in achieving comprehensive alarm management systems.

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Ahmed Saleh

Technical Services Department Head
GASCO

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM Revalidating HAZOP studies and understanding lessons learned to avoid incidents

Prakash Bahadur Thapa, Head of Process and Technical Safety Risk Engineer, Chevron Canada
Discuss the significance of revalidating HAZOP studies to effectively analyse hazards. Discover the advance concepts for process safety hazard studies and for improving understanding and identification of changes in risk over a course of time.

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Prakash Bahadur Thapa

Head of Process and Technical Safety Risk Engineer
Chevron Canada

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Networking lunch break

Experts will come together in this discussion to:
  • Address different areas HAZOP studies can be implemented
  • Share best practices of implementing HAZOP studies in new areas for overall risk reduction in a system

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Shemej Kumar K.K.

Design Engineer Instrumentation (FSE by TUV)
Kuwait Oil Company
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Prakash Bahadur Thapa

Head of Process and Technical Safety Risk Engineer
Chevron Canada
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Dr. Muhammad Tayab

Senior HSE Engineer
ADCO
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Benoy Joseph

Process Safety Expert
ADMA-OPCO

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Moving into a smarter and more efficient HAZOP and LOPA to ensure identification of keyholes in current safety systems

Discuss the need to update and enhance key studies of HAZOP and LOPA and will highlight the shift to smarter and more efficient study assessments in order to sustaining process safety culture.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Growing significance of LOPA in non instrumented scenario

Michael Godfrey, Process Safety Engineering Section Leader, ADMA-OPCO
Gain insight into the growing need to implement LOPA studies in non instrumented areas and not just for SIL. Discover the benefits of LOPA analyses to gain enhanced understanding and precision in other key areas in a system.

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Michael Godfrey

Process Safety Engineering Section Leader
ADMA-OPCO

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Evergreen QRA: Adopting a smarter and efficient QRA

Find out how updated QRA’s can substantially reduce hazards when done in a five year cycle period. Plus, learn how to manage risks and assess the performance of the safety system to make better informed decisions by understanding and interpreting the results of QRA in the facilities.

4:00 PM - 4:00 PM End of summit day one

The published programme is correct at time of printing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequently substitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight. For the most up-to-date programme, please visit the event website.