Proactive Process Safety and Prevention of Catastrophic Incidents
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 0.00
In your plant, how long does it take you to recognize and address problems with equipment, employee behavior or work conditions? Too long? Attend this sponsored webinar to explore an innovative way to see what is happening in the field in real-time, and how this view will enable you to take proactive action and avoid catastrophic incidents.
In one hour, you’ll learn how to enhance operational awareness and process safety by integrating technology-based capabilities that deliver a constant data flow from all sources in your plant. With advanced analytics, you’ll capture real-time data and be able to identify risk patterns and deliver meaningful and actionable insights across your organization. In addition, you’ll explore how a real-time view of your workforce and assets and bi-directional communication from the field leverages connected workers to prevent incidents and minimize risk in a fast-changing environment. Take the next step towards the autonomous factory. Join this discussion of an innovative safety solution that emphasizes safety and technology working in tandem to prioritize proactive prevention and protect your people and assets.
- What dynamic risk management looks like
- A key parameter of risk assessment programs
- How to build the foundation for proactive prevention
- How to create and connect workers to a centralized, visualized command center
Jim Petrusich is a senior consultant for GoArc, a software company focused on enabling the Connected Worker. He co-authored Industry 4.0 for Process Safety and has an expertise in quantitative risk management. His projects are deployed with operators, subject matter experts, and in control rooms in over 60 countries managing a broad range of technology.
Jim is a member of the CCPS Technical Steering Committee. Prior to GoArc, Jim was a Vice President at NWA Software, Planar Systems, and Clarity Visual Systems.Read more
Christina is a Geomatics Engineer and has worked in the fields of Electrical, Biomedical, Geomatics Engineering, Aerospace and Construction (Urban & Oilsands), for EPCM and Technology companies. Christina has been working in the field of Digital Transformation over the past 6 years, focusing on connected worker wearables and advanced analytics, but mostly understanding how global businesses, and business leads separately, make decisions to implement change and has been guiding them through it. Christina is fascinated with the human brain and thrives on the creative energy and the...Read more
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