The CCPS workshop will be supported by our new knowledge partner, the Oil Industries Safety Directorate (OISD). This auspicious partnership will be celebrated with a formal signing ceremony at 9:30 AM on March 14, 2013.
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This facilitated workshop will provide practical guidance and experienced-sharing on Recognizing Catastrophic Incident Warning Signs. Identifying these subtle indicators of weaknesses in existing business processes and safety programs is an excellent way to drive continued improvement in your process safety programme. Catastrophic incidents do not just happen; they often result from weaknesses in management systems used to control an operation. Often, weaknesses provide warning signs – subtle or not-so-subtle indicators that something is wrong or about to go wrong.
The workshop will feature a series of interactive sessions based on a detailed case study. Sessions will focus on topics such as:
- Introduction to Incident Warning Signs
- Physical Warning Signs
- Culture Warning Signs
- Asset Integrity Warning Signs
- Analyzing Risk and Managing Change Warning Signs
- Learning from Experiences & Audits
- Action Planning
Who Should Attend?
- Executives, Managers, Supervisors, and Engineers involved in operations, engineering, and process safety–
- Process Safety leaders seeking to drive overall corporate improvement in process safety
- Consultants, contractors, and government regulators who support improvement in process safety.
Attendance is open to both CCPS members and non- members. The broad perspectives brought by all attendees will help make this workshop a great success.
For questions about the technical content of the workshop, please contact CCPS Asia Pacific Regional Manager Umesh Dhake at firstname.lastname@example.org. For logistical details, invitation letters for visas, or other assistance, please contact Logistics Manager Shami Nayak at email@example.com