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GLOBAL HSE 2022 CONFERENCE programme

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Day 1

Opening Ceremony

Sunday,
13th February 2022

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1730 – 1815

Exhibitors Recognition in Exhibition Hall by Conference Chairs & Committees

Exhibition Hall 1

1845 – 1850

MC Opening

Grand Ballroom

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H.E. Dr. Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy

INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY CONFERENCE PATRON

H.E. Dr. Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy

Minister of Energy & Minerals

Sultanate of Oman

Dr. Hisham Al Siyabi

WELCOME ADDRESS BY CONFERENCE CHAIR

Dr. Hisham Al Siyabi

Exploration Director

Petroleum Development Oman

Steve Phimister

OPENING ADDRESS BY MAIN HOST

Steve Phimister

Managing Director

Petroleum Development Oman

1905 – 1910

Global HSE 2022 Inaugural Film

Grand Ballroom

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It is only through achieving Business Excellence with emphasis on Leadership Commitment, Use of Technology and mainstream focus on Sustainable Goals that organisations can persist in the current competitive and challenging markets while having to meet legal requirements and communities’ expectations. HSE Excellence is an integral part of all industrial businesses which contributes to Productivity and Business Continuity. It primarily consist of five main pillars Reliability, Efficiency, Environment, Health and Safety and for each of the above 5 pillars there are specific elements and processes that support organisations to achieve their ultimate goals of incident and injury work environment.


In the session senior leaders from the industry and government will address the role of leadership commitment in achieving and sustaining proactive HSE Culture across the industry along with aligning closely to focus on sustainable goals for their business which should be taken into consideration at the various parts of its operations be it at the Design, EPC, Commissioning, Operations, Maintenance and even at the Decommissioning stages of facilities.The session will also look at the prominence of utilizing advanced technologies and the powerful tools to manage HSE processes to track events, conduct analysis, effectively communicate information and monitor the effectiveness of the various HSE elements and the methodology being used to manage the business operations.


H.E. Salim Nasser Al Aufi

Eng H.E. Salim Nasser Al Aufi

Undersecretary

Ministry of Energy & Minerals

Sultanate of Oman

Abdulaziz Al Harbi

Abdulaziz Al Harbi

CEO

Ma'aden

Dr. Hisham Al Siyabi

Aali Al Zahrani

Vice President - Safety & Industrial Security

Saudi Aramco

1930 - 1950

Recognition of Keynote Speakers, Sponsors & Committee Chairs

Grand Ballroom
H.E. Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

H.E. Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

Global HSE 2022 Chairman &

CEO, BANAGAS

1955 – 2030

Exhibition Inauguration & Tour by Conference Patron & VIP’s

Exhibition Hall 1

Day 2

Conference & Exhibition

Monday,
14th February 2022

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Creating a sustainable HSE Culture is quite challenging and require a robust process that continuously monitor the health of the system and ensure that it is modified to suit the needs of the organization. History tells us that many companies around the world have drastically failed to maintain a solid HSE culture because they opted to continue with what they thought were best practices until faced with a major incident which reveals the weaknesses in their HSE systems and processes. Utilization of Technology for managing HSE these days is a necessity because it enables establishments to better monitor their performances and to make information readily available to all employees and external stakeholders.


It also enables the company to conduct various analyses to aid in identifying areas of improvements. The main objective of this session will explore ways of integrating technology in HSE in order to enable organizations to achieve sustainable, effective, and efficient HSE culture. Topics covered in this session include how technology can be incorporated in various processes to assist learning, inspection, audits, risk assessment, compliance reporting, performance monitoring, incident investigation, etc.

Mwasalat

Badar Mohammed Al Nadabi

Acting CEO

Mwasalat Company

Yousuf Mohammed Salim Al Ojai

Yousuf Mohammed Salim Al Ojaili

President

BP Oman

Shakeel H. Kadri

Shakeel
H. Kadri

Executive Director & CEO

CCPS

Ahmed Al Azkawi

Ahmed Al Azkawi

Managing Director Upstream

OQ

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Applying and creating a High Reliability system and culture in an organization requires the leadership’s commitment and engagement in order to support and sustain a system of high reliability principles and safety. Organizations should aim to establish an effective HRO process which is understood by all employees and aligned with the company vision and objectives. In recent times many companies opt to adopt HRO principles as it contributes to effectiveness in safety, reliability and efficiency taking into consideration the human element

During this session, the speakers will share their personal experiences and the events which occurred in their current organizations along with the method of creating and sustaining HRO, its principles and HRO culture. The main objective of this session is to disucss case studies from Speakers organization along with various KPSs utilized for measuring effectiveness of HRO culture and its contribution to overall business goals.

Panel Moderator

Dr. Mark Scanlon

Dr. Mark Scanlon

Head of HSE Good Practices

Energy Institute

Panelists

Khaled Al Alyani

Khaled Al Alyani

Global Vice President - EHSS

SABIC

Hamad Al - Rashidi

Hamad Al - Rashidi

Vice President- Corporate Industrial
Security & HSE

Ma’aden

Ghassan G Abulfaraj

Ghassan G Abulfaraj

Conference Co-Chair, Global HSE 2022 &
General Manager - Loss Prevention

Saudi Aramco

Tijs Koerts

Tijs Koerts

Operations Director
European Process Safety Centre

Xavier Bontemps

Omar Al Balushi

Casthouse and Port Manager

Sohar Aluminum

1030 – 1045

Committee Members & Partners Recognition by VIP

Grand Ballroom

1115 – 1215

Parallel Technical Sessions

 

Today, digitalization is a necessity not a luxury. Digitalization means globalization, agility and capability to overcome the challenges. Indeed, digitalization goes beyond a simple transposition or migration of traditional tools (paper forms, spreadsheets) to digital platform. It is unlocking for the potential opportunities and move towards future.
HSE digitalization is innovation in the HSE management systems. It is the choice of a global solution dedicated to online accessibility. It is a great opportunity to gain agility, provide visibility, improve performance, ensure consistency and maximize learning. This will allow to replace a multitude of tools used and avoid seeking the already busy computer service. HSE digitalization is to:

  • Follow the global action in real time
  • Have monitoring indicators providing visibility to the leaders
  • Online application preserving data
  • Analyze and predict the potential deficiencies and gaps

Session Chair

Abdullah Sultan Al-Rashdi

Head of Digital Strategy & Integration

PDO

Session Coordinator

Ahmed Abdullah Hasanain

SABIC

Speakers

Yaqoob Al Rabani

Head of HSE Planing & Reporting

OQ


Riyadh Alhwaj

Loss Prevention Engineer

Saudi Aramco


Topic: Realizing Digitalization in Safety

Motaz Al Takroni

EH&S Compliance Engineer

SADARA


Topic: Forklift Proximity Sensors

The primary industry sector served by Asset Integrity Management (AIM) is upstream oil and gas. This is owing to the escalating worldwide demand for energy, which resulted in the oil and gas sector increasing investment into this area to extend the operational service life of existing rigs, facilities, pipelines etc.
AIM is a term used to describe the practice of managing an asset, ensuring its ability to perform its function effectively and efficiently is maintained. Well run AIM strategies ensure that people, systems, processes and resources that enable an asset to deliver its function are in place over the life cycle of the asset, while simultaneously maintaining health & safety and environmental legislation.
Topics explored during this session include identifying the elements which provide a range of effective asset integrity management services which are designed to maximize the reliability and availability of equipment, minimize maintenance cost, and improve staff and equipment productivity from deployment to end of life

Session Chair

Ahmed Saleh Al Harthi

Head of Asset Integrity & Reliability

OQ

Session Coordinator

Layla Al Janahi

Tatweer Petroleum

Speakers

Hussain Aldailami

Senior Reliability Engineer

BAPCO


Topic: Achieving Excellence in Asset Performance Management

Ahmed Al Abri

Project Delivery Head Technical Safety Engineering

PDO


Topic: Engineering Process Safety Fundamental

Hussam Raed Alnammary

Materials and Corrosion Engineer

SADARA


Topic: Reactive to Proactive with Failure Analysis Database

Competence is a set of abilities, knowledge, and skills that enable a person or an organisation to act effectively in a job or situation. It also indicates sufficiency of knowledge and skills that enable someone to act in a wide variety of situations. Competency in HSE is of paramount importance and must be considered for all levels in the organizations.
This session will enable attendees to understand how competency gaps in HSE can be identified, how such skills can be obtained and measured. Various competency frameworks utilized by the industry to establish competencies will be shared and discussed.

Session Chair

Mohammed Al Naseeb

COO

Oman LNG

Session Coordinator

Saleh Al-Shehab

EQUATE

Speakers

Dr. Zsuzsanna Gyenes

Deputy to the Director

IChemE Safety Centre


Topic: Achieving competency and learning from past events

Hamed Abdulmajeed Mohamed Aljaberi

Head Human Resources Development

BANAGAS


Topic: Importance of HSE Competency

Abdullah Hassan Al-Qahtani

Chief Engineer, Process Risk
Assurance, EHSS

SABIC


Topic: SABIC Journey in Building EHSS Competency – Challenges & Lesson Learned

Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) were developed in 1990s as a result of pressures on businesses to reduce their environmental impact and to be able to demonstrate this commitment to third parties. EMSs grant several advantages with some drawbacks. This session will focus on EMSs: types, implementation best practices, cons/pros/threats/and challenges along with some case studies of beneficial improvements.

Session Chair

Mansoor Al Shaaily

Manager Environment

OMAN LNG

Session Coordinators

Ahmed Al Doseri & Haifa Marjan

BANAGAS

Speakers

Artemis Kostareli

Senior Manager – Environment

IPIECA


Topic: Managing biodiversity and ecosystem Management Approach services in oil and gas development: Mainstreaming the mitigation hierarchy

Maram Al Sabbagh

Environmental Coordinator

BAPCO

Ghassan Al Ghassani

Environmental SME

OXY

1215 – 1315

Prayer & Lunch Break

Atrium 1 & 2

1315 – 1415

Parallel Technical Sessions

 

Any given industry would struggle to provide its services, products or materials without collaboration with other entities. It is therefore of a paramount importance that clients and contractors work together in order to achieve business objectives and maintain competitive edge ensuring sustainability and continuous growth of business activity.
This session explores the various challenges faced related to management of contractor HSE performance globally and how to liaise with the contractors and manage their HSE related expectations.

Session Chair

Zaher Al-Tayeb

Head of Global Safety Assessment and
Compliance Division

Saudi Aramco

Session Coordinator

Fahad Al Jabri

PDO

Speakers

Hassan Al Ajmi

Vice President – HES

OXY


Topic: Occidental of Oman, Inc Contractor Intervention Program (CIP)

David Bibby

Senior Manager EMEA Operations

ISN Software


Topic: Attributes of Leading Organizations – Best-in-Class Contractor Management Re-Visited

Saad Al Twaim

Manager Assurance Compliance

Ma'aden


Topic: Contractor Safety Management The Ma’aden Approach

Build an environment that actively promotes a state of contentment, benefiting both employees and the organization. Positive employee wellbeing can lead to increased resilience, reduced sickness absence and higher performance and productivity, which will mutually benefit people, organizations, economies, and communities. To gain real benefit, employee wellbeing priorities must be integrated throughout an organization, embedded in its culture, leadership and people management.
This session addresses various opportunities available for the management to create a culture of trust and ownership for the employees in order to ensure maximizing their performance.

Session Chair

Dawood Al Badaai

Senior QHSSE Manager

Daleel Petroleum

Session Coordinator

Firas Al Shatti

EQUATE

Speakers

James Mackie

Manager Mental Health P&C – Reward and Wellbeing

BP

Dr. Ali Mohammed Hussain Al Lawati

Head of Occupational Health Corporate HSSE

OQ


Topic: Health & Wellbeing

Mahmood Hasan Ali Hasan Janahi

Industrial Nurse

BANAGAS


Topic: Occupational Health

At work HSE continues to play an important role and vital component of any type of activity because many of us spend a good percentage of our time at work. However, our working conditions and styles have changed drastically over the years and the old way of handling safety issues is no longer effective. Therefore, there is urgent requirement for revising safety protocols and policies. Safety is now more risk-based and utilizes elaborate means of identifying and controlling it, including those that are technology risk-based control systems. Safety in the future will be utilizing more advanced technologies at the design and operation stages of the activity and maybe eliminating human interaction.
In this session, the participant will discuss what the future of Safety would look like and what possible technologies or tools will be utilized for effectively managing HSE, predict hazards and risks. This session discusses the various tools available for the management to controlling these hazards in order to minimize exposure to health, safety and environmental risks.

Session Chair

Younis Al Hinai

Head Operational Safety

PDO

Session Coordinator

Yaqoob Al Rabani

OQ

Speakers

J.C Sekar

CEO

Acuizen Technologies


Topic: The 3C-3P Model for a Resilient Industrial Safety System

Abdullah Al Amoudi

Safety Engineer

SATORP


Topic: Effective digitalization of the management of change system

Umesh Dhake

Regional Manager - Asia-Pacific and Middle East

CCPS


Topic: Roadmap to Process Safety ExcellenceCCPS Vision 20/20 (Revitalized)

Waste management is an essential element in our industry which includes list of activities and actions to manage the waste from generation to final disposal. This involves collection, segregation, transportation, treatment and final disposal processes without causing any additional harm to environment. Understanding the type of each waste stream helps in identifying the right processing way. The current worldwide strive is to mitigate the waste consequences by identifying the optimum ways of waste management in order to reduce their adverse effects on environment and human health. This include avoid, reduce, reuse and recycle at every processing stage. One of the biggest challenges as a result of Industrial Revolution is waste minimization starting from the simple household waste to the very complicated products. Although waste management and safe treatment is considered expensive, it contributes positively to the sustainability of our environment.

Session Chair

Joanne Robinson

Environmental & Regulatory Affair Manager

Shell

Session Coordinator

Mansoor Al Shaaily

Oman LNG

Speakers

Shayma Al Mazrouei

Manager- Health and Environment

ADNOC Gas Processing


Topic: Driving Circular Economy through Sustainable Waste Management

Omran Mahmood Al-Zadjali

IHW Operations Manager
Oman Environmental Services Holding Company

be’ah


Topic: Industrial Waste Management

Tony Diamantidis

Managing Director

Chemical Safety


Topic: HSE Online & Mobile Technologies for Chemical & Waste Management

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Most organizations strive to create a Zero harm culture, ensuring that safety and health of their employees are not compromised. In order to achieve this, the leadership should be willing to heavily invest in HSE related tools and systems. Technologies in manufacturing industry are unfortunately not designed to assist in HSE management throughout the lifecycle of the Plant and facility. This Panel will explore how digitalization assists in improving operational performance and reducing HSE related accidents in organizations.

During this session, speakers will discuss main objectives of digitalization, various options available for the organizations, how the technology can be implemented into HSE processes, and the expected results of using technologies in term of reduction of human error and incident prevention. Some case studies will be shared with the audience where they will interact with SMEs specializing in this area.

Panel Moderator

Tijs Koerts

Tijs Koerts

Operations Director

European Process Safety Centre

Panelists

Hamad Al Shidhani

Hamad Al Shidhani

Vice President HSE Upstream

OQ

Hassan Al Ajmi

Hassan Al Ajmi

Vice President – HES

OXY

sadara

Hamoud Al Shamlani

EHS Compliance Director

SADARA

g-energy

Richard Cox

QHSE Director

Gulf Energies

Hamoud AlShamlani

Sami Khalfan Said Al Shukaili

QHSE Manager

Mwasalat Company

Ahmed Khalil

Ahmed Khalil

Technical Committee Chair, Global HSE 2022 &

Director - HSE, BAPCO

1600 - 1800

Exhibition Visit

Exhibition Hall 1

Day 3

Conference & Exhibition

Tuesday,
15th February 2022

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For an organization to remain competitive and incident free, they must strive to achieve HSE Excellence. Organizations can utilize HSE Excellence in their current practices to unify and integrate its HSE process under one umbrella to yield outstanding HSE performance. A prime factor in achieving HSE Excellence is to ensure that the vision and goals of the stakeholders are aligned. Maintaining HSE Excellence throughout is an ongoing and continuous process which requires dedication from all stakeholders involved in the process in order to ensure that the goals and objectives set by the leadership are achieved and discrepancies are resolved with due diligence. During this session the speakers will explain how to effectively achieve HSE Excellence in all areas of operations, its importance, and the various tools utilised to achieve and maintain such standards

Abdulrahman Al Yahyaei

Abdulrahman Al Yahyaei

Conference Co-Chair, Global HSE 2022 &

CEO, OPAL

Murhaf Al Madani

Murhaf Al Madani

Vice President - Corporate Digitalization

SABIC

Errol Taylor

Errol Taylor

CEO

RoSPA

Sarah Albon

Sarah Albon

Chief Executive Officer
Health and Safety Executive

United Kingdom

Sponsored By

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Industry in general have obligations to design and operate their plants and facilities in a manner that takes all stakeholders into consideration, ensuring that their expectations and perceptions regarding HSE are well managed. This is an extremely challenging task, but with the access to information and knowledge regarding their tasks the stakeholders have the right to be engaged in the decision-making process in order to minimize the negative impacts at the design stage of the implementation process. When leadership works hand in hand with stakeholders, involving them at each stage of the decisionmaking process, they create an environment of trust and ownership among the stakeholders who will aim towards ensuring that their performance will align with the goals of the organisation.

During this session, the speakers will discuss various operational mechanisms available for companies to adopt in order to cater expectations of stakeholders along with focusing on overall company performance with a strong emphasis on HSE. The discussion will also revolve around the different KPIs utilized to measure effective engagements and the how do these KPIs support in forging stronger partnerships within the industry and community.

Panel Moderator

Abdulla Al Marzooqi

Abdulla Al Marzooqi

Fr. SVP HSE

ADNOC

Panelists

Hafedh Al Qassab

Hafedh Al Qassab

Deputy CEO

BAPCO




Mahmood Al Shukri

Mahmoud Al Shukri

Corporate HSE Manager

PDO

 Majid Al Saidi

Majid Al Saidi

VP HSE Downstream

OQ

Essam Nasser Al Sheibany

Essam Nasser Al Sheibany

Vice President - QHSSE

ASYAD

Dr. Zsuzsanna Gyenes

Dr. Zsuzsanna Gyenes

Deputy Director

IChemE Safety Centre

1100 - 1200

Parallel Technical Sessions

 

Several major hazard organizations have been attempting to influence the organizational and safety culture at their sites to transform them into a high reliability organization (i.e., organizations that can manage and sustain almost error-free performance despite operating in hazardous conditions where the consequences of errors could be catastrophic) with a positive safety culture. In recent years there has been a huge increase in the literature talking about the control of major hazard risks, in particular the philosophies of high reliability organizations, resilience management and safety culture. At this session key features and characteristics that need to be adopted by organizations to achieve ongoing high reliability and safety objectives will be discussed.

Session Chair

Dr. Waddah S Ghanem

Honorary Chairman

ENOC

Session Coordinator

Yousuf Mohammed Al Mahrooqi

Muscat Electricity Distribution

Speakers

Ali Abdulla

UAE Country Chair

Petrofac


Topic: Improving Organizational culture

Jose Petrizzo

Sr. Occupational Health Advisor

PDO


Topic: Human Factors (HF) in High Reliability Organizations (HRO)

Ghania Al-Sulaimani

Human Resource Lead Management

ASYAD

Integrating mechanical and asset integrity with HSEQ and leadership is not an easy equation. This session addresses Operational Excellence from some of the global and regional OE specialists and experts. It will also cover the main elements of OE and the manner they are integrated in all business processes and what makes OE different from other HSE Management systems.

Session Chair

Saad Al Twaim

Manager Assurance Compliance

Ma'aden

Session Coordinator

Ahmed Khalil

BAPCO

Speakers

Haifa Al Marzooq

Manager - Operational Excellence

BAPCO


Topic: Sustaining Excellence in HSE

Jamal Ali Mohammed Al Shawoosh

SSHE Manager

GPIC


Topic: Operational Excellence - GPIC Case Study

Eng. Bader Al-Mawli

Chief HSE Engineer

Oman Water and Wastewater Company


Topic: Identification of the Occupational Health and Safety Challenges in Small and Medium Construction Companies in Oman; Bridging the Gap toward Zero Accident Vision

Organizational Resilience & Reliability implies that the organization’s management and culture have the proper attitude toward unexpected conditions or failures. It emphasizes the point that high reliability organizations (HROs) are not organizations that do not experience failure, rather, they continue to generate the main outcomes of their systems and processes to continuously improve. The whole organization is willing and ready to recognize its weaknesses at the various areas of the business, avoid making assumptions and can deal with events and problems as they come but can produce effective solutions. This will enable them create more resilient and reliable organisation that have the capacity to create innovative and robust responses to failures in a structured manner.
In this session, the meaning of Organization resilience and how is it linked to reliability and business continuity will be shared with the audience. In addition, various examples and case studies of practices in high reliability organisation will be shared with the audience

Session Chair

Adnan Al Lawati

Vice President - Operations

OXY

Session Coordinator

Mahmoud Shukri

PDO

Speakers

Ayssar Hanza

Risk Engineering Director

Ace Energy Group

Topic: Resilience and Sustainability in the Energy Industry

Peter M. Hamel

QHSE Team Leader

Shaleem Petroleum


Topic: Strengthening Organizational Resilience

Larry Barnwell

Loss Prevention Engineer

Saudi Aramco


Topic: Emergency Management Program

Biodiversity is important to most aspects of our lives especially in our region because of organizations and communities lack of understanding of its importance to sustainability and to the future generations. Biodiversity needs to be valued because of what it provides to humans, and for the value it has in its own right as it contributes to the ecosystems as a whole including climate change, natural resources, pollution, agriculture, species, oceans and the whole supply chain.
In this session the speakers will talk about the elements that defines biodiversity, the impact it has on our lives, the importance of its protection and preservation, the impact it has on some of the recent changes. Countries and companies launched initiatives that are contributing to ensuring that people understand the importance of biodiversity because they influence the decisions people make every day.

Session Chair

Nabil Al Lawati

Head Corporate Environment

PDO

Session Coordinator

Said Al Saqri

PDO

Speakers

Dr. Claude-Henri Chaîneau

Head of HSE / EP/ Environment Senior Expert Environment-Biodiversity-PHD

TotalEnergies


Topic: Biodiversity ambition in TotalEnergies: from commitments to the implementation on the ground during Exploration and Production activities.

Maarten Kuijper

Biodiversity SME

BP


Topic: Aim 16 Enhancing Biodiversity

Abdulhakeem Al Arfaj

Manager - Environment Engineering

Ma’aden


Topic: Biodiversity Management- Mining

1200 - 1300

Prayer & Lunch Break

Atrium 1 & 2

1300 - 1400

Parallel Technical Sessions

 

With the global external landscape and expectations around Climate Change & GHG Emissions rapidly changing, major industries are subject to increasing global pressure to reduce carbon footprint. Since large number of countries and industrial companies announcing ambitious commitments towards various global agreements for achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050 or sooner, this session will keenly address climate change risks, various global emissions reduction commitments & actions aligned with SDGs, role of energy transition along with energy sector emissions & its reduction, nature-based solutions to the challenges and technology intervention & contribution to achieve Net Zero.

Session Chair

Said AL Hadhrami

Manager, Environmental Management (Upstream)

OQ

Session Coordinator

Mahmoud Shukri

PDO

Speakers

Mohammed Alessa

Environmental & Health Superintendent

SATORP


&

Mohammed Adel Al-Yaqout

Environmental Specialist

SATORP


Topic: SO2 Optimization in Sulphur Recovery Unit

Dr. Vijay Bhasker Reddy

Advisor - Environmental Excellence, Group HSE

ADNOC


Topic: Methane Emission Abatement and Monitoring Practices in ADNOC

Joanne Robinson

Environmental & Regulatory Affair Manager

Shell


Topic: Building pathways to reduce our carbon emissions by 2030/2050

HSE is of paramount importance in any projects. When it comes to major projects, HSE plays an important role as wide resources, human capital and big budget is involved. Any lapses in HSE, even for one day, can impact the overall delivery of the project and losses will be huge in terms of man machine and environment.
HSE can be successful and effective only if there is integration of several management system and key alignment for implementation & compliance assurance. It is important to ensure best practices of Human management with alignment on common goal-coping, also considering the challenges faced due to diversity, languages and cultural differences
This session will address the best approaches required with HSE consciousness from the beginning including planning, mobilization and execution phase. The speaker will discuss how major projects deals in safety management, when wider controls are required including Competence, subcontractor management, SIMOPS and better coordination with different stake holders.

Session Chair

Younis Al-Hinai

Head Operational Safety

PDO

Session Coordinator

Neelesh Sogani

IOSH

Speakers

Laurent Ferry

Marsa LNG Project Director

TotalEnergies


Topic: HSE in the genesis of Marsa LNG Project

Said Al Maktoomi

Project Delivery Manager

PDO


Topic: Inspiration to Goal Zero

Nezar Hameed Ali

HS Manager

ALBA


Topic: HSE Excellence in Alba Line 6 Project

Thousands or people are killed every day due to Motor Vehicle accidents across the world. This session will discuss the scale of the problem, analysis of some of the causes and explore possible solutions that might help in reducing such fatal incidents. Subject matter experts from the industry which are major road users, road designers, training service providers and the regulatory agencies.

Session Chair

Dr. Demir Hadzic

Acting Head of Road Safety

PDO

Session Coordinator

Khalid Al Siyabi

OPAL

Speakers

Penny Brooks

Technical Project Manager

RoSPA


Topic: Managing Risk on the Road

Nicholas Prentice

Loss Prevention Engineer
Saudi Aramco


Topic: Life is a Journey

Jaffar Al Nadabi

Road Traffic Safety Supervisor

OXY


Topic: OXY Oman RTS Success Story

Health Performance Management (HPM) is considered as a core enabler of employee engagement and organizational performance. The objective is to support organizations to reduce direct health related costs; build and sustain high employee morale; drive effective recruitment and retention and improve productivity. HPM promotes employee health and wellbeing in organizations. It helps in preventing stress and creating positive working environments where individuals and organizations can thrive.
The session will highlight some of the key learning including the implementation of HPM, benefits gained as well as the challenges faced in order to create a culture of employee health and wellness.

Session Chair

Sulaiman Al Sulaimi

Head of HSE Support Upstream

OQ

Session Coordinator

Layla Al Janahi

Tatweer Petroleum

Speakers

Dr. Qamra Said Al Sariri

Director General - Quality Assurance Center

Ministry of Health
Sultanate of Oman


Topic: Performance Challenges Faced in Healthcare Industry

Sultan Abdullah Al Shamrani

Sr. Manager - EHSS SABTANK

SABIC

Abdulrahman Albanna

Head - Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene

Tatweer Petroleum


Topic: Pandemic Crisis Management Plan

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In recent years Climate Change is an issue that is being talked about in most major gatherings especially at countries leaders major meetings and discussion and that drastic steps are required to mitigate the impact of climate change on the whole world including reduction of CO2 emissions. Hence the term Carbon Neutral came into existence which is designed to encourage companies and countries to reduce emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere or at least offset carbon production by conducting activities or initiatives that helps remove the same as the amount of CO2 emission which means that you will have zero harm to the atmosphere (neutral or zero impact).

Most countries and companies have responded positively to this initiative and have put plans to reduce their CO2 emissions, these plans and initiatives will be discussed during this session. Meaning of carbon neutral and why is it important will also be discussed along with some case studies.

Panel Moderator

Dr. Mark Scanlon

Dr. Mark Scanlon

Head of HSE Good Practices

Energy Institute

Panelists

Hamed Al Naamany

Hamed Al Naamany

CEO

Oman LNG

Ali S Al Qahtani

Ali S Al Qahtani

President - MAC & MBAC

Ma’aden

Sami Al Lawati

Sami Al Lawati

Technical Director

PDO

Fahad Al-Sherehy

Dr. Fahad Al-Sherehy

Vice President - Energy Efficiency

SABIC

Andy Best

Andy Best

Vice President – Carbon

BP

Mahmood Al Shukri

Mahmoud Shukri

Technical Committee Chair, Global HSE 2022 &

Corporate HSE Manager, PDO

1600 - 1800

Exhibition Visit

Exhibition Hall 1