Summit Day Two: Wednesday, 7 March 2018
AIM PROGRAMME ENHANCEMENT
8:00 am - 8:50 am Registration, coffee and networking
8:50 am - 9:00 am Opening remarks from the summit Chairman
Through Improved Staff Awareness, Behaviour and Competence Development
9:00 am - 9:30 am Daleel Petroluem’s case study on Effective Management of Change (MoC) in Asset Integrity ManagementMohammed Zadjali, Production Manager,Daleel Petroleum
9:30 am - 10:00 am Panel discussion: Effective Management of Change (MoC) in AIPSMAyssar Hanza, Risk Engineering Director,BP Mohammed Zadjali, Production Manager,Daleel Petroleum Samir Benmebarek, Drilling Well Operations & Logistic HSE Manager,ADNOC Offshore Michael Nates, Managing Director,Nates Associates
Learn the best methodology for adopting the principles discussed throughout the second day, through prioritising safety, reflecting learnings into the codes and procedures, and allowing for transparency and accurate reporting. Understand what MoC techniques have been used by IOCs and NOCs to ensure these principles are adopted effectively without creating new risks.
Ayssar HanzaRisk Engineering Director
Samir BenmebarekDrilling Well Operations & Logistic HSE Manager
10:00 am - 10:30 am Compliance in a cross-cultural context – rules are not enoughMichael Nates, Managing Director,Nates Associates
Gain insight into how organisational cultures and internal politics can influence procedures and at times make other business objectives supersede safety. Address these problems by ensuring asset integrity and process safety are a primary focus, and the plant is always operated and maintained in a safe manner and given tools to communicate the problems with confidence.
10:30 am - 11:00 am Moving personal learning to the corporate levelAyssar Hanza, Risk Engineering Director,BP
Understand the need for AIM programmes to reflect personal learnings from past experiences to the corporate level, by systematically updating and improving codes and standards to ensure past mistakes are not repeated.
Ayssar HanzaRisk Engineering Director
11:00 am - 11:30 am Networking coffee break
11:30 am - 12:00 pm Saudi Aramco’s successful AIM System implementation for competence buildingMohammed Zadjali, Production Manager,Daleel Petroleum
Implementation of AIM Systems to ensure higher staff awareness and competence building through the risk register, the hardware traceability matrix and dashboard, as well as other exciting initiatives such as the AIMS alert
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Employee participation: Empowering transparency and peer engagementSalim Al Aisary, President,Ghiras Foundation, Petroleum Development Oman
Addressing the importance for workforce empowerment and confidence. The speaker will give insight on risk reduction by empowering and endowing ground level staff to communicate risks and hazards with top management.
Salim Al AisaryPresident
Ghiras Foundation, Petroleum Development Oman
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Networking lunch break
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP ACTIVITY
Pick a task to complete with the team based upon your experience and expertise. At this session, attendees will be divided into groups to work on the respective tasks. In each group the leader will appoint one person to give feedback from the discussion. These tasks will be 40 minutes, followed by a summary of findings by the discussion leaders.
Task One1:00 pm - 2:35 pm Identifying Hazards and Risks Activity Kevin Lacy, CEO,Proactive Real Time Solutions (Former Senior Vice President, Drilling, Talisman Energy, BP, Chevron)
Objective: To understand how hazards give rise to risks at a given workplace. This session gives an opportunity for attendees to share their experience on the most significant hazards and risks where they worked or work. Task: The session begins with a brief example of a significant hazard that is common to most work sites.
The group will then actively start working to:
- Go over past experiences of the common hazard from the group’s experience.
- Identify the causes and the level of control of key risks.
- Gain insights into effective techniques and approaches to analyze the problem
- Address why past actions have had gaps in effectiveness.
- Develop a plan for impact and sustainability.
- Address common factors leading to failure.
- Expected outcome - Experience and learn effective approaches to addressing common hazards.
Proactive Real Time Solutions (Former Senior Vice President, Drilling, Talisman Energy, BP, Chevron)
Task Two1:00 pm - 2:35 pm Corrosion and inspection to ensure integrity for ageing assets Joseph Akanni, Senior Mechanical Static Equipment Engineer,Shell Nigeria
Objective: Learning how inspection professionals carry and prepare for regular workplace inspections, with specific focuses placed on common corrosion problems and solutions
Task: The session begins with a brief example of inspections carried out by operators on a regular basis.
The attendees and the leader will then be given opportunity to:
- Explain the resources and tools needed and available for inspections
- Creating KPIs and checklists for ensuring accurate inspections
- Record and report the results of the inspection
- Suggest follow-up actions
Joseph AkanniSenior Mechanical Static Equipment Engineer
Task Three1:00 pm - 2:35 pm Measuring human performance: The next big challenge Michael Nates, Managing Director,Nates Associates
Objective: To understand how human factors are taken into consideration to ensure assets are safe
Task: The session begins with a brief example of human performance measurement techniques used by the leader
The attendees and the leader will then be given the opportunity to:
- Cover some common examples of the human factors as they relate to safety
- Discuss worker fatigue risk management including the benefits and challenges
- Look at case studies from each group member on organisational change management
- Discuss the philosophy of ‘making a change, managing hazards, protecting people’