Ayssar HanzaRisk Engineering Director
Ayssar has over 19 years of experience and has managed safety cases, HSE operation notices, human factors and business negotiations strategies both in the UK and abroad. She practices both offshore and onshore and excels in communicating the Major Accident Hazards (MAH) prevention and management message to variant audiences as she believes in ‘understanding before doing’ and so, focuses on promoting the fundamentals of process safety and applications across operations and projects.
12:00 PM Panel discussion: Assessing the key processes, tools and value of sharing and learning from incidents
Learn how companies are eliminating or reducing the risk of harm through industry sharing of data. Gain insights on the key symptoms for not learning from incidents and about effective means of disseminating recommended corrective actions to prevent a reoccurrence.
This session involves a hypothetical incident scenario and allows the attendees to ask questions in order to run a mock inspection and learn from each other’s practices, followed by recommendations from the session chair.
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.
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.