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Safety Management In Oil & Gas

  1. 1. Achieving Safety Excellence in the Oil & Gas IndustryACI’s Safety Management in Oil & Gas will bring together senior safety executives and experts from the upstream anddownstream oil and gas industry to share past experiences, discuss current challenges and develop future strategies in order tomaximise the safety of their operations.THE AGENDA EVENT PANELThroughout the 2 days you will have the opportunity to hear from your industry peers and MEMBERS INCLUDEevaluate the latest safety management practices: Ahmed KhalilDay One – Occupational Safety Management Manager, Fire, Health • Discuss how to best ensure your workforce is working 100% safely 100% of the & Safety time through the implementation of specific safety measures, nurturing a safety BAPCO culture and understanding the full effects of fatigue in the workplace. • Consider the issues and approaches in achieving the highest safety standards Paolo Buscemi from your contractors HSEQ Director • Discover innovative methods in effectively delivering your safety message Api Raffineria diDay Two – Parallel Stream 1 – Downstream Safety Management Ancona S.p.A. • Contemplate the lessons to be learned from major incidents in the refining and Abdulkadir Tuncer petrochemical industry Assistant General • Examine case study examples of emergency response in the refinery Manager (Production • Determine the optimal strategies to ensure process safety management during & HSE) the entire life cycle of the plant PETKIMDay Two – Parallel Stream 2 – Upstream Safety Management • Understand how to avoid repeating the same mistakes from studying past Tim Marsh incidents on exploration and production platforms Managing Director • Explore key strategies to ensure maximum emergency preparedness on the rig Ryder-Marsh Safety • Learn how to overcome key asset integrity and process safety concerns in a wide range of environments Pierre de Jager Director Health,WHO WILL ATTEND? Safety, Security,All ACI’s events attract a targeted group of senior level decision-makers and researchers from Environment & Qualityindustry. Our meetings are strictly end-user focused. Only a select group of companies are CB&I Lummus B.V.invited to sponsor the event to ensure the emphasis is on the industry participants, and makingsure our delegates have a valuable and positive experience. Peter DavidsonDelegates will be drawn from the upstream and downstream oil and gas sectors including Process Safetyonshore and offshore field & refinery and petrochemical plant operators and contractors, Programme Managerincluding Senior Vice Presidents, Executive Vice Presidents, Directors and Managers of HSE, UK PetroleumProcess Safety, Occupational Safety, Asset Integrity, Risk Management, Incident Management Industry Associationand Crisis Management. Paul JacksonOPPORTUNITIES TO MEET YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE Managing DirectorCompanies can gain direct access to our senior level audience and have an increased level of Clockwork Researchvisibility through branding and networking at the conference. For information on availablesponsorship and commercial opportunities, please contact Jean-Jacques Hermans on +44 Graham Bennett(0)20 7981 2506 or email jhermans@acius.net. Director, Refining & PetrochemicalsCONFERENCE FOCUS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE – 14:30-15:50, Wednesday 18 November SegmentTwo sessions showing how to make a significant positive impact on safety performance. DNV EnergyEmma Currie (Acting Up) will perform the monologue “Gail’s Shoes” which has become apotent symbol for the personal consequences of human error throughout the upstream David Dudenindustry. Director, Actuarial andTim Marsh (Ryder-Marsh Safety), the internationally renowned safety culture expert andauthor of the best-selling book Affective Safety Management, will lead a working group on Insurance Solutionsimproving your company’s behavioural safety performance. Deloitte Consulting LLPFor more information or to register for this exclusive event, contact ACI byCalling on +44 (0) 207 981 9800Emailing sgrisetti@acius.netVisiting the event website and register online: http://www.acius.net
  2. 2. Achieving Safety Excellence in the Oil & Gas IndustryDAY ONE: Wednesday 18th November 2009 CONFERENCE - DAY ONE 14.30 – 15.00: EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCE OF GAIL’S08.00 Registration and Coffee SHOES: Innovation in Delivering Your Safety Message08.45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS • Considering the personal consequences of human errorCONFERENCE – DAY ONE • How to successfully deliver the safety message09.00 - 10.50: SESSION ONE:Occupational Safety Management: Employees Emma Currie, Managing Director, Acting Up• Maximise employee safety through the implementation of CONFERENCE – DAY ONE local safety measures specific to each site 15:00-15:50: INTERACTIVE WORKING GROUP• Ingraining a safety culture in your organisation: how to reduce Making a Difference in Safety Behaviour – The Way the lost time injury rate Forward• Analysis of fatigue and focus in the workforce • The six pillars of behavioural safety• Maximise staff qualification and capability: a focus on • Reviewing and building your current systems opportunities in training, experience sharing and open communication Tim Marsh, Managing Director, Ryder-Marsh SafetyAbdulkadir Tuncer, Assistant General Manager 15.50 Afternoon Refreshments(Production & HSE), PETKIM Petrochemical CompanyAhmed Khalil, Manager, Fire, Health & Safety, BAPCO CONFERENCE - DAY ONEPaul Jackson, Managing Director, Clockwork Research 16.20 – 17.00: SESSION THREE:10.50 Morning Refreshments Round Table Discussions • Ensuring occupational safety for your employeesCONFERENCE - DAY ONE • Ensuring occupational safety for your contractors11.20 - 13.10: SESSION TWO:Occupational Safety Management: Contractors 17:00 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMATION• Liability concerns regarding safety requirements in supplier Close of Day One contracts 17:15• Safety Analytics: the new science of prevention• Contractor pre-qualification: evaluating contractor competence from past safety performance and current capability• Developing and implementing successful training to instill your safety standards in contractors• The critical role of effective contractor supervision in ensuring safety complianceGary Cassidy, Senior Legal Advisor, Environmental,Health & Safety, LovellsDavid Duden, Director, Actuarial and Insurance Solutions,Deloitte Consulting LLP13.10 Lunch
  3. 3. Stream 1 - Achieving Safety Excellence in the Downstream Oil & Gas IndustryDAY TWO: Thursday 19th November 2009 CONFERENCE - DAY TWO 14.00 - 15.50: SESSION TWO:08.15 Registration and Coffee Process Safety Management: Operations, Maintenance & Decommissioning08.45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS • Process Safety Leadership – Turning commitment to realityGraham Bennett, Director, Refining & Petrochemicals • Process safety metrics: Measuring past performance andSegment, DNV Energy predicting future performanceCONFERENCE – DAY TWO • Defining the key performance indicators to maximise process09.00 - 09.40: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: safetyEnsuring Lessons are Learned from Major Safety • Asset integrity: Improve safety during plant operation, maintenance and decommissioningIncidents in the Downstream Industry• What can be taken from recent major incidents in order to Peter Davidson, Process Safety Programme Manager, ensure that these are not repeated? A focus on causes and UK Petroleum Industry Association lessons to be learned 15.50 Afternoon Refreshments• Despite all efforts, major accidents still happen. How does a major oil company respond to this?Ian Travers, Head of Chemical Industries Strategy Unit, CONFERENCE - DAY TWOHealth & Safety Executive* 16.20 – 17.00: SESSION THREE: Round Table DiscussionCONFERENCE – DAY TWO09.40 - 10.30: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Key topics from the day to be discussed in an open, informal andEmergency Response and Preparedness in the intimate setting.Refinery• Planning and implementing effective emergency response 17:00 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMATION strategies at the refinery: Case study examples• Legal requirements regarding emergency response and 17:15 End of conference preparednessPaolo Buscemi, HSEQ Director, With Thanks to our Media Partnersapi Raffineria di Ancona S.p.A.10.30 Morning RefreshmentsCONFERENCE – DAY TWO11.00 - 12.50: SESSION ONE:Process Safety Management: Design, Planning &Construction• Effective implementation of HAZOP to identify the potential impact and frequency of hazards• Optimise your approach to risk management: optimising risk assessment and mitigation• Global implementation of safety measures and systems in an international company• Best practice to ensure all plants and processes follow the latest laws, regulations and standardsPierre de Jager, Director Health, Safety, Security,Environment & Quality, CB&I Lummus B.V.12.50 Lunch* subject to confirmation
  4. 4. Stream 2 - Achieving Safety Excellence in the Upstream Oil & Gas IndustryDAY TWO: Thursday 19th November 2009 CONFERENCE - DAY TWO 14.00 - 15.50: SESSION TWO:08.15 Registration and Coffee Process Safety Management08.45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS • Safety risk management: a focus on planning, monitoring and control • Offshore safety challenges: concerns related to operating inCONFERENCE – DAY TWO arctic and deep waters09.00 - 09.40: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: • Working amongst political instability: ensuring your workforceEnsuring Lessons are Learned from Major Safety can operate in a secure environment • The pros and cons of HAZOPs in managing process safetyIncidents in the Upstream Sector on the rig• What can be taken from recent major incidents in order to Martin Dean, Consultant Group Manager, BST* ensure that these are not repeated? A focus on causes and lessons to be learned 15.50 Afternoon Refreshments• Despite all efforts, major accidents still happen. How does a major oil company respond to this? CONFERENCE - DAY TWO 16.20 – 17.00: SESSION THREE:CONFERENCE – DAY TWO Round Table Discussion09.40 - 10.30: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Key topics from the day to be discussed in an open, informal andEmergency Response and Preparedness on the Rig intimate setting.• Planning and implementing effective emergency response strategies on the rig: Case study examples 17:00 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMATION• Legal requirements regarding emergency response and preparedness 17:15 End of conference10.30 Morning RefreshmentsCONFERENCE – DAY TWO11.00 - 12.50: SESSION ONE:Asset Integrity Management• Ensuring safe design of exploration and production platforms: what makes a safe platform and what are the most common errors?• Life cycle integrity of an FPSO: from design to operation• Safety risks associated with the industry’s aging assets: how to safely extend the life of a rig.• A focus on asset integrity issues from a regulatory perspective12.50 Lunch * subject to confirmation
  5. 5. 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTERTel: +44 20 7981 9800 Web: http://www.acius.netFax: +44 20 7593 0071 Mail: ACI Europe, 5/13 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0NSEmail: sgrisetti@acius.netTERMS AND CONDITIONSHow to RegisterRegistrations must be received in writing or electronically at our secure web site. Please complete and mail or fax a copy of registrationform with a cheque or credit card number. Fee includes program materials, continental breakfast, networking luncheon andrefreshments.PaymentPayment must be received within five business days of returning the signed contract. After receiving payment a VAT receipt will beissued. If you do not receive a letter outlining details two weeks prior to the event, please contact the Conference Co-ordinator at ACIEurope Ltd.Discounts are available for multiple/group bookings. Please call +44 20 7981 9800 for more informationCancellationsSubstitutions are welcome up to 24 hours prior to the event. Cancellations must be received in writing no less than 3 weeks prior to thestart of the conference; a full credit voucher towards a future ACI conference will be issued. Any cancellation received less than 3weeks prior to the start of the event shall be deemed to be a breach of this contract by client, and accordingly, no credits will be given.By completing this registration form, the client hereby agrees that in case of dispute or cancellation ACI Europe Ltd will not be able tomitigate its losses for any less than 50% of the total contract value. Cancellations must be received in writing by mail or fax three weeksbefore the conference. Thereafter the full conference fee is payable. If for any reason ACI Europe Ltd decides to amend, cancel orpostpone this conference, the conference fee will not be refunded. Furthermore, ACI Europe Ltd will not be responsible for coveringairfare, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants. In the event that ACI Europe Ltd cancel or postpone the event, ACI Europe Ltdreserves the right to transfer this booking to another conference to be held in the following twelve months, or to provide a credit of anequivalent amount to another conference within the following twelve months. The construction, validity and performance of thisagreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of England to the exclusive jurisdiction of whose courts the Parties herebyagree to submit.About ACIACI, a UK owned company, have been running successful conferences for the last 10 years in the USA. Headquartered in Chicagowith offices all around the States, they run forums in varied fields and are market leaders in Healthcare business conferences. Openingtheir European head office at the end of 2005, they have expanded rapidly and are launching a series of events covering emergingmarkets, the maritime industry and now the pharmaceutical industry.Venue: The cost of accommodation is not included in the event fee.To be confirmed Preferential rates will be arranged with or near the event venue, and all confirmed delegates will be given details of how to book accommodation at this rate in due course.Prices and Payment InformationConference (Includes Documentation Packet) 18-19 November 2009 £1,395 (+ VAT)Documentation Packet Copies of all conference proceedings £395Documentation Packet Available Discounted RegistrationsYou can purchase the Safety Management in Oil & Gas papers Members and customers of all supporting organisations areat just £395. Simply tick the box on the booking form, send it with entitled to a 15% discount off their conference package. Thepayment and your copy will be on its way to you after the meeting. deadline for discounted registrations is 14th August 2009.This important manual will be a source of invaluable reference forthe future. For more information please call +44 20 7981 9800. With Thanks to our Media Partners:

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