Technical Session # 3A
Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis
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Technical Session # 3A
Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis
The Transformation Of HSE
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Technical Session # 3A
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Technical Session # 3A
Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis
Occupational Health
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Technical Session # 3A
Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis
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Technical Session # 3A
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Technical Session # 3A
Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis
The Challenges in Managing EH...
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A Smarter Approach To HSE
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The Story Of Predictive Analy...
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Gaining Insights From Multipl...
Technical Session # 3A
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The Challenges In Analytics A...
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Technical Session # 3A
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Technical Session # 3A
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Mark Weitner
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Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis | Mark Weitner, IBM Global Business Services, HSSE Center of Competence

  1. 1. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Mark Weitner IBM Global Business Services HSSE Center of Competence
  2. 2. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis The Transformation Of HSE HSE Management Is At Another Major Transformation Point Compliance Driven Command & Control Model: • Regulations • Standards • Corporate Policies Stakeholder Market-Based Model: • Reduced Operational Risk • Enhanced Corporate Brand • Increased Shareholder Value Asset Intensive Companies Are Moving From Tactical Compliance Reporting to Sustainable Operational Excellence
  3. 3. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Reducing Operational Risk, Enhanced Corporate Brand and Increased Shareholder Value The Transformation Of HSE
  4. 4. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Occupational Health and Safety Administration PSM Regulation OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 1. Employee Participation 8. Mechanical Integrity 2. Process Safety Information (PSI) 9. Hot Work Permits 3. Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) 10. Management of Change (MOC) 4. Operating Procedures 11. Incident Investigation 5. Training 12. Emergency Planning and Response 6. Contractors 13. Compliance Audits 7. Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR) 14. Trade Secrets Process Safety Management Best Represent The Complexities of HSE Management The Foundation of All Process Safety Management Programs Operational Challenges In This Transformation
  5. 5. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis American Petroleum Institute (API) 1. Safety and Environmental Information 2. Hazard Analysis 3. Management of Change (MoC) 4. Operating Principles 5. Safe Work Practices 6. Training 7. Quality Assurance/Mechanical Integrity 8. Pre-Startup Review 9. Emergency Response and Control 10. Incident Investigation 11. SEMP Element Audit 12. Documentation and Recordkeeping Upstream, Downstream & Manufacturing Standards Operational Challenges In This Transformation 1. Employee Participation 8. Mechanical Integrity 2. Process Safety Information (PSI) 9. Hot Work Permits 3. Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) 10. Management of Change (MoC) 4. Operating Procedures 11. Incident Investigation 5. Training 12. Emergency Planning and Response 6. Contractors 13. Compliance Audits 7. Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR) 14. Trade Secrets American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS)
  6. 6. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis When Operations, Engineering & HSE Find Success Business Benefits When Operational Challenges Are Met Source: Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) 3% Reduction in Production Costs 1% Reduction in Capital Budgets Reduction in Maintenance Costs5% Increase in Productivity5% Reduction in Insurance Costs 20%
  7. 7. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis The Challenges in Managing EHS Today  Many elements to consider – each is often complex itself  A large and diverse amount of information in different forms and formats  Information comes from many different sources  Different parts of the organization “own” this information  Systems generating this information often times have other primary purposesAlignment of Systems, Processes and Organizational Elements Are Challenging Enterprise Challenges In This Transformation
  8. 8. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis A Smarter Approach To HSE Optimizing Safe and Reliable Operations The use of predictive analytics is now emerging as an important technique to identify organizational, operational and safety risk factors and are becoming core to their performance management programs The Silos of Information, Policy, Execution and Management Reactive Proactive Predictive The Silos of Information, Policy, Execution and Management Reactive Proactive Predictive Respond to Individual Risk Or Threat Search for “Needle in a Haystack” Separate Siloed Management Systems Safety as a Required Cost factor Reactive: Focus on Damage Control Managed: Focus on Prevention True integrated Solution Architectures Decision Support Convergence of HSE and IT Business Intelligence as Driver in Corporate Value Metrics Predictive: Focus on Proactive Recognition Pattern Analytics Smarter Analytics On Going Integrated Monitoring Pre-Emptive Management
  9. 9. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis The Story Of Predictive Analytics  Analyze current transactional and historical facts to make predictions about future events  The ability to model good (or safe) operations learned from historical experience and then apply those patterns to avoid future events  A natural progression of increasingly sophisticated tools available in safety management and has become more common in the chemicals and petroleum industry in such areas as predictive maintenance What Its All About… Source: Analytics: The New Path to Value, a joint MIT Sloan Management Review and IBM Institute of Business Value study. Copyright © Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2010.
  10. 10. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Gaining Insights From Multiple Data Sources Data Drives Predictive HSE Analytics The Goal: Draw Reliable Conclusions and Acting Accordingly
  11. 11. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis Predictive Analytics Requires A Well Laid Foundation Components of a Well Managed HSE Analytics Process
  12. 12. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis The Challenges In Analytics Adoption Source: Analytics: The New Path to Value, a joint MIT Sloan Management Review and IBM Institute of Business Value study. Copyright © Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2010. The Issues Are Organizational, Not Data or Financial (Cost)
  13. 13. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis The Road To HSE Analytics 1. Begin With an Organizational Maturity Assessment 2. Perform an Information Strategy Readiness Assessment 3. Pick Your Spot 4. Prove the Value 5. Roll it Out Over Time Five Key Enablers for Exploiting the Shift from Reactive to Managed to Predictive Behavior Standardization of Information, Processes and Procedures
  14. 14. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis What The Analysts Are Saying 1. Companies will realign security investments to protect their extended B2B networks 2. CIOs will increase the visibility and responsibility for technical data management 3. CIOs will establish analytics competency centers focused on skills and business alignment 4. Unconventional resources will require companies to revisit wireless and mobility strategies 5. The shift from Health, Safety and Environmental compliance to prevention will require more sophisticated analytics 6. Talent shortages will require CIOs to rethink sourcing strategies and take on social business 7. Capital project management teams will need better analytics and standardized frameworks 8. Production optimization will drive expanded adoption of integrated operations 9. Upgrades to Electronic Trading & Risk Management applications will be driven by changing compliance and logistics requirements 10. Cloud services will not reach critical mass with oil & gas companies until 2015 IDC Top 10 Predictions for 2013
  15. 15. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis HSE Success Requires More Than Analytics Social Business Programs Drive HSE Strategy Success And Cultural Adoption SPE-167429-MS Transforming Health, Safety and Environment Strategy and Culture Using Social Business M. Weitner, and D. Hatler, IBM Corporation Copyright 2013, Society of Petroleum Engineers This paper was prepared for presentation at the SPE Middle East Intelligent Energy Conference and Exhibiiton held in Dubai, UAE, 28–30 October 2013. This paper was selected for presentation by an SPE program committee following review of information contained in an abstract submitted by the author(s). Contents of the paper have not been reviewed by the Society of Petroleum Engineers and are subject to correction by the author(s). The material does not necessarily reflect any position of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, its officers, or members. Electronic reproduction, distribution, or storage of any part of this paper without the written consent of the Society of Petroleum Engineers is prohibited. Permission to reproduce in print is restricted to an abstract of not more than 300 words; illustrations may not be copied. The abstract must contain conspicuous acknowledgment of SPE copyright. Wednesday, 30 October 2013, 11:15–12:45 SPE Intelligent Energy International Dubai, UAE  A smarter approach to the people-centric processes of an organization  Encompasses organization AND business processes  Top down and bottom up engagement within an organization as well as relevant external influences • Leadership • Communication • Engagement • Collaboration
  16. 16. Technical Session # 3A Topic : Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis DISCUSSION Mark Weitner IBM Global Business Services Center of Competence Mark.Weitner@us.ibm.com - +1.203.409.3688 Improving Health, Safety and Environment Performance Analysis

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