Sponsored Webinar: Management of Change: What You Should Know

This webinar is sponsored by ioMosaic and reflects their views, opinions, and insights. Attendance to this webinar is free.
Originally delivered Mar 1, 2017
Developed by: Sponsored
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    0.00

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Could your Management of Change (MOC) program stand some improvement? You’re not alone. Most programs in the process industries could. 

Learn how to fill gaps in your MOC program attributed to a lack of well-defined work flow, tracking and communication, and information management capabilities. This ioMosaic-sponsored webinar will provide a complete overview of the rationale and procedures behind a PSM/MOC program. You’ll learn the common pitfalls many operating companies today still face and identify good practices to adopt. You’ll walk through the details of a typical MOC work flow process and the key elements required for a successful implementation. Find out what common hazard review techniques can be used to evaluate change, how to manage personnel changes, and how to use software to manage change. Examples of efficient and effective MOC programs that have generated measurable cost and safety benefits will be shared to prepare you to improve your own MOC program and pre-start-up safety review.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • The why and how behind a PSM/MOC program
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them
  • Identifying good practices
  • Key elements that are a must for successful implementation
Presenter(s): 

Daniel Nguyen, P.E., PMP

Mr. Nguyen serves as Chief Technology Officer for ioMosaic managing the firms software development team. He also directs and supports all aspects of the company’s pressure relief and flare systems evaluation and process safety and risk compliance efforts, including facilitating and implementing many management of change (MOC) processes.

Before joining ioMosaic, Mr. Nguyen was lead manager in the Safety and Risk Management division at Arthur D. Little, where he conducted a wide-range of process safety and risk management activities. Prior to this, he worked with Aspen Technology, Inc...Read more

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