Meeting PSM Compliance Demands Without Sacrificing Buy-In From Your Stakeholders
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Intermediate
- Duration: 1 hour
Are you doing the bare minimum to comply with PSM regulatory demands? Take this webinar to learn how to get more out of your compliance efforts.
In this 60-minute Sphera Solutions sponsored webinar, learn how checking compliance boxes undoubtedly impacts the overall quality of your effort and can ultimately hinder the adoption of a process by those it was meant to benefit. This can be significantly detrimental to the overall risk profile of your organization. Join this webinar to take a step back and understand the context of regulatory change within your organization’s overall risk management framework. And, discover the unforeseen, yet attainable, benefits to your compliance program including improved study data quality, better insight into change management and operational efficiencies.
Take a look at your agenda:
- The differences between “worst-case” and “worst credible-case” consequences as they apply to process hazards analyses
- What is discussed in a typical PHA vs. what is documented
- How to align undocumented conversations to recent and proposed regulatory changes, such as CalOSHA and the EPA’s RMP
- Integrating regulatory changes into your organization’s overall risk management or operational excellence framework, so stakeholder buy-in can be achieved
John Crosman has been a process safety consultant with Sphera for 11 years and leads a team of process safety consultants. An accomplished facilitator, Mr. Crosman has led PHA teams to complete many large-scale risk assessments covering hundreds of P&IDs across many key industries, and in most parts of the world. His experience also covers the broader risk management framework with understanding of such important activities as incident management, management of change, and tracking of risk assessment actions.
Prior to joining Sphera, Crosman spent ten years working in the...Read more
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