The management of the risks associated with Health, Safety and Environmental HSE, threats to a business is becoming increasingly complex and as part of any credible global business, needs to be managed by an Executive Team, supported by the Board of Directors in a consistent, systematic manner.
Major accidents have also shown, that such events can result in consequences beyond what the management envisage, resulting in a situation that escalates beyond the capacity of the company to recover both financially and reputationally. The 2010 Deepwater well blow-out accident is an example, whereby the company, BP, had to deal with a significant financial penalty associated with the environmental impact as well as the personnel casualties and reputational damage.
During this three-day course, participants will discover the real HSE challenges that face the Executive Management team and their sub-ordinate managers and staff within a global business developing and operating high hazard facilities in the upstream, mid-stream and downstream oil, gas, petrochemicals and elated business segments.
The course will describe world class HSE management systems in place for both occupational and process safety hazards and the different aspects requiring control to ensure risks are controlled to As Low as Is Reasonably Practicable, ALARP through the people, processes and plant utilised in the business.
Gain knowledge of technical safety concepts applied to major hazards, bow-tie developments for barrier management and the importance of leadership and managing human factors to ensure risks are controlled ALARP Obtain an appreciation of the key issues faced when developing HSE legislation - particularly defining risk management requirements.
Executive leaders in the oil, gas, petrochemicals and other major hazards industries.
CEO & Company Owners
Corporate HSE Directors, managers and advisors Operational HSE managers and advisors
Quality managers and engineers
Asset integrity managers and engineers Maintenance managers and engineers
Quality assurance managers and quality control inspectors
Process safety managers and specialists
Project managers and engineers
Operations managers and engineers Construction managers and engineers
Process, mechanical, electrical, structural, marine, piping, electrical and instrumentation engineers
Project compliance engineers
Procurement managers and engineers Contract Managers
Class and Flag Surveyors
Insurance managers to the oil and gas industry Risk managers