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Middle East HSE Forum

Conference
  • Middle East
  • <p>Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights<br />20th Street, Dubai Healthcare City<br />Bur Dubai - Dubai 5668<br />Dubai, UAE</p>
  • 8-12-2019
    /
    9-12-2019
  • Book now

This is part of Middle East HSE and Sustainability Week – for the Sustainability Forum please click here.

People | Innovation | Collaboration | Policy

About the Forum

This global technical forum will deliver essential learning and sharing of international good practice to improve the safety performance of organisations, help foster a healthy and accident-free work culture that reduces risks, and aid organisations to implement a sustainable environmental and public engagement policy as they navigate the transition to a low carbon economy. Bringing together academia, industry and the regulators, the conference will discuss key HSE challenges and opportunities facing the energy industry in the Middle East.

8 December 2019

08.30

Registration and networking

09.00

Welcome from the Chair & Energy Institute
Louise Kingham OBE FEI, Chief Executive, Energy Institute

09.10

Sharing international good practice: HSE Management and Process Safety

Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

09.15

Fostering operational excellence, governance and international EHS standards

Eng Ayoub Mohamed AlMarzooqi, Senior Director - GHSE, Group HSE Department, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

09.45

The value of adopting international HSE good practices

Establishing leadership and collaboration across the value chain

Mohamed Amin Abdullah, Advisor HSSE, Petronas

Achieving International Best Practice in HSE by Creating a Culture of Care

Derek Smith, Managing Director, DEKRA Organisational Reliability

10.15

Refreshments and networking

10.45

HSE management: organisational arrangements to identify hazards, reduce risks and enhance business performance technical symposium session

Moderated by Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

Topic to be confirmed

Mohammed Abdullah AlHammadi, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority

Virtual Reality & The Future of HSE Training

Mousa Yassin, Founder & CEO, Pixaera

DEWA's successful health and safety practices

Taufik M S Omeish, Senior Manager HSE, Business Support & Human Resources, Health & Safety, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)

Achieving predictive analysis in health and safety via 3D digital technology

Nelson Rebello CMIOSH FIIRSM, HSSE Manager, SNC - Lavalin International Inc

Serious injuries and fatalities: study from accident data (2015-2019)

Heydar Ali Gamidov, HSE Onshore Officer, Dragon Oil Turkmenistan

Vasyl Chyrka, Project HSE Supervisor, Dragon Oil Turkmenistan

12.30

Lunch and networking

13.30

Process safety: managing hazards that have the potential to cause major accidents technical symposium session

Moderated by Hari Kumar, Director Group HSE Assurance, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

Enhancing the process safety culture and strengthening asset integrity

Eragbae Aikhoje, Vice President HSE, Total Abu Al Bukhoosh

Process safety culture: the final frontier in loss prevention

Zaid Laftah MEng, Vice President - Risk Engineering, Marsh & McLennan

Passive fire protection for process, storage plant and equipment

Luc Feremans CEng MIFireE CEng MEI, Technical Director, Gulf Fire Risk Consulting

Lessons learned from the explosion and fire at Caribbean Petroleum Tank Terminal

Roger Stokes BSC CEng FIChemE MEI, Principal Engineer, Baker Risk

15.10

Summary from the chair and closing remarks

Hari Kumar, Director Group HSE Assurance, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

15.20

Refreshment and networking

15.50

Pre-registration roundtables discussions

Moderated by Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

How to improve HSE culture

Mohamed Amin Abdullah, Advisor HSSE, Petronas

Being compliant with ISO ISO45001 (OHSAS18001): What are the requirements and how do you set up it?

Dr TaufiK Omeish, Senior Manager HSE, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA)

How to achieve and sustain employee involvement in process safety

Roger Stokes BSC CEng FIChemE MEI, Principal Engineer, Baker Risk

Understanding & utilizing local cultures to improve EHS performance

Mohammad Hussein, Regional EHS Leader - MENASA, GE Gas Power

16.50

End of day one

17:30

The Role of Young Energy Leaders in Shaping the Energy Industry in the Middle East

This inaugural event will bring together young professionals from the energy industry in the Middle East. Throughout the evening Senior industry leaders will discuss the role of young leaders in shaping the industry in the Middle East and YPN Board Members will talk about the exciting calendar of activities for 2020.

The event will provide an opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and learn how involvement in the Energy Institute YPN can accelerate your career.

Agenda:

17:30 - 18:00

Registration

18:00 - 18:20

Welcome Remarks and Background of the EI

Louise Kingham OBE FEI, Chief Executive, Energy Institute

18:20 - 18:40

YPN and Career Development

Dr. Waddah Shihab Mohamed A. Ghanem Alhashmi, BEng (Hons), MBA MSc Dip SM DipEM AFIChemE FEI, MIoD, Senior Director - Sustainability, Operational & Business Excellence, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

18:40 - 19:00

EI Technical Committee Activities - Developing Good Practice in Energy

Dr Mark Scanlon MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

19:00 - 19:20

Panel Discussion 'The Role of Young Energy Leaders in Shaping the Energy Industry in the Middle East'

Moderators:

- Piotr Konopka, EI YPN Board Member, Senior Consultant at Navigant

- Shahda Al Taie, EI YPN Board Member, Senior Consultant at EY

19:20 - 19:40

Presentation about the 2020 activities of Middle East YPN

- Piotr Konopka, EI YPN Board Member, Senior Consultant at Navigant

- Shahda Al Taie, EI YPN Board Member, Senior Consultant at EY

19:40 - 20:00

Moderated discussion and Q&A

20:00 - 21:00

Drinks reception

9 December 2019

08.15

Registration and networking

08.45

Welcome from the chair

Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

08.50

Sharing international good practice: Human Factors, Health, Environment

Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

09.00

Health and Safety Strategy and Leadership at Expo 2020 Dubai

Dr Rob Cooling, Vice President Health, Safety, Quality and Environment, Expo 2020 Dubai

09.40

Future of connected safety

Irfan Syed Ali, Product Marketing Leader, Honeywell

10.10

Refreshments and networking

10.40

Human factors to deliver human performance: designing fit-for-purpose process jobs and equipment technical symposium session

Moderated by Glyn Addicott CEng MEI, Chartered Energy Engineer Operations Director, Hydraulic Analysis Limited

Enhancing incident investigation process by integration human factors in root cause analysis

Dr Muhammad Tayab, Advisor Operations HSE, ADNOC

The why behind health and safety: exploring why HSE can drive employee engagement, productivity and the bottom-line

Islam Adra MEng CMIOSH, CRSP, and Regional HSE Manager- MENA, Fortive

Planning and implementing an effective behaviour-based program

Najya Al-Hinai, B.Sc Senior Behavioural Advisor, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)

12.00

Health and wellbeing: managing health hazards and reducing health impact on workers technical symposium session

Moderated by Glyn Addicott CEng MEI, Chartered Energy Engineer Operations Director, Hydraulic Analysis Limited

Overcoming key challenges and obstacles to effectively implement OHS in the United Arab Emirates
Eng. Hani Hossni, EHS Director, Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center - Tadweer

WHO recommendations for prevention of non-communicable diseases and mental disorders at the workplace

Dr Ivan Ivanov, Technical Lead, Occupational and Workplace Health, World Health Organization

Introducing the Energy Institute Publication "Good Practice Guidance for Control of Noise on Offshore Installations"
Graham Cowling BSc Dip Eng MIOA, Principal Consultant, Wood

13.20

Protecting environment quality: Identifying priorities, approaches and performance indicators

Mohamed Alam, Senior Specialist, Environmental Agency, Abu Dhabi

13.50

Summary from the chair and closing remarks

Dr Mark Scanlon, CChem MRSC MEI, Head of HSE Good Practice, Energy Institute

14.00

Lunch and networking

15.00

Pre-registration roundtable discussions

Moderated by John Burnett FEI, Managing Director - Asia Gulf Power Services (Marubeni Power Asset Management)

Effectiveness of contractor safety management: Addressing the developments of effective safety management in outsourcing manpower

Takhir Azhibekov, Manager, Group HSE Planning & Performance, ADNOC

Adopting SEWA's SHE Model: How can it help an organisation with their accidental prevention and health and wellbeing programs?

Fatima Alkadhim, Chief SHEngineering Officer, Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA)

Protecting outdoor workers from climate-related occupational health risks - thermal stress, solar radiation, air pollution

Dr Ivan Ivanov, Technical Lead, Occupational and Workplace Health, World Health Organization

If you were to adopt a CCUS technology, then how would you adapt existing facilities for the energy transition

Glyn Addicott CEng MEI, Chartered Energy Engineer Operations Director, Hydraulic Analysis Limited

16.00

End of day two

Responsible organisations put in place suitable arrangements to manage HSE in their operations. This should be part of the everyday process of running an organisation and an integral part of workplace behaviours and attitudes. During this conference, we identify how you can enhance and continually improve your HSE management systems and operational performance through sharing of good practice. The topics covered are:

  • HSE Management: organisational arrangements to identify hazards, reduce risks and enhance business performance
  • Health and wellbeing: managing health hazards and reducing negative health impact on workers
  • Process Safety: managing hazards that have the potential to cause major accidents
  • Human factors to deliver human performance: designing fit-for-purpose process jobs and equipment
  • Environmental: processes for mitigating environmental impacts
  • Discover the regional and international opportunities and challenges from industry leaders
  • Make valuable contacts and share industry knowledge
  • Be part of the ‘international good practice' dialogue

Student abstracts are still being accepted until 18 November 2019 - download the abstract form to enter.

  • Members:
    • 1 day: 250AED / £53 / $67
    • 2 days: 500AED / £105 / $133
  • Non-members:
    • 1 day: 400AED / £90 / $110
    • 2 days: 800AED / £180 / $220

If you are booking for one day only please download the booking form, otherwise please book online for two days. To book for the Middle East Sustainability Conference, click here.

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