Global Home | Asian Home | Help!

6th Annual HSE Risk Management Asia
From compliance to commitment for upstream oil and gas
February 16 - 19, 2009 · Crowne Plaza Mutiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Conference Day Two: Wednesday 18 February 2009

08.15 Registration And Welcome Coffee

08.50 Opening Remarks From The Chair

Improving your operations: Management, Process Safety and Security

09.00 Gaining Management Buy-In – PETRONAS’ Approach To Ensure HSE Is A Top Of Management Activity

Our speaker explores the PETRONAS success in developing their business case to gain management buy in. He will provide you with a framework to help you develop your business argument that will support you to drive the HSE culture in your organization.

Iqbal Abdullah
Senior General Manager- Group HSE

09.45 Management Of Change: Exploring Qatar Petroleum’s Process Safety Model And HSE Audits Of Process Plants

This case study will detail HSE audits conducted at 21 Oil & Gas related operational sites encompassing onshore and offshore locations in the State of Qatar. The objectives of these audits include assessing the extent of compliance with established in house policies, plans and procedures; reviewing and appraising the soundness of the in-house management systems, and promoting effective control and industry best practice. Particular attention was focused on the following:

  • Management systems in place
  • Operational and maintenance procedures
  • Evaluation, selection and training of personnel
  • Management of change
  • Process and support equipment, and lifting equipment
Saif Al-Naimi
Director, HSE Regulation & Enforcement
Qatar Petroleum
Ahmed Mubarak
Acting Manager, Monitoring & Performance Dept
Qatar Petroleum

10.15 MOL Pakistan Security Experiences: Growing Need For Innovative Ways Of Protecting Your Employees And Assets

  • Methodologies to reduce your risk levels to terrorist threats
  • Creation of obstacles to delay/deter terrorists and saboteurs
  • Ensuring safety of Key Installations

Saadi Faraz
Head of Security
MOL Pakistan

11.00 Morning Tea And Networking Break

Avoiding human hazards: Contractor, Training & Safety

11.30 Engaging Your Multi-Cultural Workforces To Harness HSE Standards In Today’s Industry

  • Developing programs or standards that international employees can adjust, adapt and utilize without too much difficulty
  • Monitoring what’s working and what’s not; then adjusting the plan and strategies as necessary
  • Addressing organizational and new-workforce issues that occur and implementing mitigations before they get worse
  • Implementing lessons learned to assist in achieving your visions

John Frewin
HSE Drilling Advisor
Carigali Hess

12.15 Proactive Contractor Intervention Culture Among Workforce

  • What does a pro-active safety culture look like
  • How integrating your needs to focus on embedding the six key behaviour sets
  • Lead Measurement
  • Just Culture Analysis
  • Workforce Ownership
  • Modelling and Leading
  • Challenging
  • Communication and Mindset
  • Safety culture principles illustrated with case studies

Tim Marsh
Managing Director
Ryder Marsh

13.00 Lunch And Networking Break

14.00 Challenges Working With Contractors: How To Improve Contractor Management

This session provides you with the opportunity to join a discussion group, discuss specific contractor management issues, and address your individual concerns and goals. Participants will be divided into 4 groups and each group will discuss one of the following issues:

  • Contractor HSE: What’s creating the gap in contractor management to improve HSE systems? What’s stopping us? What are the inhibitors, challenges and potential solutions?
  • HSE Implementation: What is critical to devise a successful strategy to manage HSE contractor operations effectively?
  • Minimizing Failure: How can we minimize accident loss time? How do we ensure proper systems are in place to ensure compliance from contractor? What are the strategies to work together?
  • Costs: What are the sacrifices of decreasing costs with your contractors? How can you ensure HSE is not compromised? What are the possible solutions?

Facilitated by selected speakers

14.45 Evolution Of HSE Culture Of PERTAMINA Drilling Services To Reduce Total Recordable Incident

PERTAMINA Drilling Services includes 27 land rigs and more than 2500 crew. Three years ago, PERTAMINA was suffering from a high level of preventable accidents. This is when they chose to use “Lost Time Incident” as their Key Performance Indicator (KPI) to evaluate their process and reduce these outcomes. Feri will share insights over how PERTAMINA’s major HSE transformation has helped reduce total recordable incidents by 30%. Feri will also share insights on PERTAMINA Drilling Services’ development of a road map to reach an International Safety Rating Base and reduce by 2010 the Total Recordable Lost time Incident by 20%.

Feri Sri Wibowo
HSE Superintendent
PERTAMINA Drilling Services Indonesia

15.15 Afternoon Tea And Networking Break

16.00 Integration: The Next Evolution In Safety Performance

Workplace exposure to injuries is impacted by a variety of factors, from state of the equipment, the knowledge and skills of the workforce, procedures in place, organizational culture, and leadership that drives organizational culture. Our speaker will provide you with cutting edge solutions of how to reduce exposure of injuries through integrating their safety systems. Yu will showcase examples of the impact of integration to create safer environments, and foster heightened organizational citizenship and company-wide ownership for safety.

Ricky Yu
General Manager
BST Solutions

16.45 Closing Remarks From The Chair

17.00 Close Of Conference

[ Register Now] · [ Next: HSE Clinics ]