Pipeline Safety

Learn how to improve investment decision-making
Live Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 2:00pm-3:00pm EDT
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Are you interested in learning how to manage pipeline integrity safety?

In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn how pipeline operators might use the outputs of risk assessment to better support investment decision-making.  Examples of the environmental consequences of pipeline failure, which can be particularly costly for operators to remediate, will be presented.  The basis for comparison of environmental risks against other risks, such as safety, will also be discussed in this webinar to help operators understand where best to invest in risk mitigation.

You Will Learn:

  • Insight on the unique environmental and safety risks associated with onshore pipelines
  • Various approaches to comparing risks based on equivalent values to aid decision-making
  • Become more informed and improve pipeline investment decision-making

John Barker

Dr. Barker has over 15 years of safety and risk management experience. He has led quantitative risk assessments (QRA), process hazard analyses (PHA) as well as various risk studies, and is responsible for developing and reviewing safety management systems and risk management systems. He has also been involved in the development and review of risk matrices for international oil and gas, and transportation industries as it relates to pipeline safety.

Dr. Barker received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bath, UK and is the lead partner of ioMosaic's UK office....Read more

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