7th Annual Process Safety Implementation Summit
The region’s only dedicated event for process safety professionals
From its initial meeting in 2009, the Process Safety Implementation Summit has grown into one of the Middle East’s largest gathering for practitioners from the oil and gas industry and regulatory bodies to discuss process safety management. Presented by IQPC, this annual event now draws attendees from around the globe to promote process safety by identifying emerging process safety innovations and focuses on the implementation of leading process safety management practices.
Now in its seventh year, the 7th Annual Process Safety Implementation Conference is due to take place from the 6-9th of September 2015 at the Rosewood Hotel in Abu Dhabi. It will feature keynote speeches, interactive round table discussions, panel discussions and industry-specific case studies on the latest initiatives taken by operators to control major hazard risks at their sites, their reporting strategies for near-miss incidents and the steps taken as a standard management protocol and much more.
The four day event will also include a focus day on human factors and safety culture so operators can get an opportunity to hear about best practices in influencing people’s behavior and develop a safety culture across all sites at their plants. The exhibition, held as part of the conference, will give attendees the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives of companies offering a variety of safety-related services to the oil, gas, refining and petrochemical industries.
Who should attend?
This event is the key gathering of professionals in the following disciplines in the hydrocarbon industry:
- Process Safety
- Process Engineering
- HSE, Operations
- Loss Prevention
- Emergency Response
- Instrumentation & Control
10 Reasons why you should bring a team!
You are accountable for..
- Improving your organizations safety culture
- Promoting a team environment
- Creating a healthier safer work place
- Reducing risk
- Increasing morale
- Reducing insurance premiums
- Lowering worker’s compensation costs
- Bridging the gap between policy and operations
- Lowering incident rates
- Increasing profitability