5th International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety and Environment

Conference Programe

 

 
21st September 2017 - Thursday
0900 - 1000 Registration & Welcome Coffee/Tea
Inauguration - Ministerial Opening Ceremony
1000 -1100 Inauguration - Ministerial Opening Ceremony Plenary Hall no. 3
Opening Address
Shri. Utpal Bora

Chairman & Managing Director, OIL India Ltd &
Chairman, Global HSE 2017

Chief Guest
Shri. Santosh Kumar Gangwar

Hon’ble Minister of State(I/C),
Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India

Guest of Honour
Shri. K.T. Rama Rao

Hon’ble Cabinet Minister
Ministry of Industries, IT & Commerce,
Govt. of Telangana

Special Guests
Shri. K.D. Tripathy

Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum
& Natural Gas, Govt. of India

H.E. Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

Chief Executive Officer
Bahrain National Gas Company (BANAGAS)

Shri. Jithender Reddy

Member of Parliament, Govt. of India

Vote of Thanks
Shri. Arvind Bodhankar

Corporate Head - HSE & Sustainability,
TATA Motors & Convenor, Global HSE 2017

1100 - 1130 Exhibition Inauguration & Coffee/Tea Break
Chief Guest
Shri. Santosh Kumar Gangwar

Hon’ble Minister of State(I/C),
Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India

Inauguration By
Shri. K.T. Rama Rao

Hon’ble Cabinet Minister
Ministry of Industries, IT & Commerce,
Govt. of Telangana

Keynote Address
1130 - 1230 Keynote Address Plenary Hall no. 3
Speakers
H.E. Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

Chief Executive Officer
Bahrain National Gas Company (BANAGAS)

Dr. Ashutosh Karnatak,

Director - Projects,
GAIL (India) ltd

V. V. Surya Rau

Group President, Safety and Operational Risk
Reliance Industries Limited

Plenary session: CEO Leadership Panel

 

Leaders of Organizations play a major role in the success of HSE systems and their involvement of lack of it could either create the right culture of HSE to thrive or could lead to failure of the whole HSE system. During this session CEO and leaders from various organizations will describes how are they involved and the approach they have adopted to ensure the sustainability of positive and proactive HSE culture. They will also take about their experiences and the best practices they have adopted to ensure that HSE is integrated HSE into their business processes and operations. They will explain their journey in trying to achieve HSE excellence and the challenges that they had to deal with including ensuring the effectiveness of the various systems. The panel will also examine how leader’s actions and passion to safety can positively influence and impact employees’ safety behaviors and the organization overall performance.

 

1230 - 1330 CEO Leadership Panel Plenary Hall no. 3
Panel Moderator
P Elango,

Managing Director,
HOEC

Panelists
Kiran Patil,

COO,
Ultratech

Prabhat Singh,

Managing Director & CEO,
Petronet LNG

Ravindra Nath,

Chairman & Managing Director
The National Small Industries Corporation

Samir Cairae,

CEO - Diversified Metals,
Vedanta Group

S.S. Sunderajan,

Managing Director,
Bharat Oman Refineries Limited (BORL)

Panel Discussion 2
1430 - 1600 Employee Engagement in Safety Plenary Hall no. 3

More often than not, “Safety is everybody’s business” is viewed as a cliché. What are the factors that play in the mind of employees that hold back employees from being fully engaged when it comes to Safety? What are some of the interventions that can be attempted to get real engagement from the masses? This interactive session with representation from all segments of the workforce will answer these questions.

 

Panel Moderator
P. K. Sarkar,

Director General,
DGMS

Panelists
Devender Singh,

Economic Advisor, Industrial Safety & Health
Division, Ministry of Labour & Employment, India

Neeraj Aggarwal,

Vice President - Operations,
Technip

Dr. Rahul Dasgupta,

Executive Director - Corporate Affairs,
OIL India Ltd

Dr. Tsuyoshi Kawakami,

Senior Specialist on OSH and Labour Inspection,
International Labour Organisation(ILO)
Director, Ministry of Labour*
TBF*

Amit Kumar,

Head, ASTO ONGC

Rajendra Goyal,

Head - EHS, Adani Power

Parallel Technical Sessions
1430 - 1600 Hall no. 1

Hall No. 1

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 1

 

Process Safety Management

 

Process Safety Management (PSM) involves several elements that are interlinked and interdependent. The objective is to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from release of chemicals and other energy sources. Many organizations around the world have implemented PSM in their organization and have seen major improvements in their safety performance and in particular in process safety. This session will highlight some of the key learnings from the implementation of PSM and specifically highlight challenges that are likely to surface due to the “interdependent” nature of the elements.

 

Session Chair:

 

K.K. Nayak
General Manager - HSE,
Carin Oil & Gas Vedanta

 

Speakers

 

Hirak Dutta
Senior Advisor, Safety
Essar Oil

 

Palaniappan Chidambaram
Global Solutions Architect,
DuPont

 

Rajeev Soni
Group Head - QHSE,
L&T Hydrocarbons

 

Paul Haydock
Regional Manager,
CGE Risk

 

Hall No. 2

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2

 

Occupational Health & Wellness

 

Occupational Health & Wellness is increasingly receiving attention in the workplace due to the recognition of positive impact this has both for individuals and for organizations. This session will detail on the inter- relationship between individual well- being and organizational success. What are some of the interventions that may be needed in this area and are progressive organizations handling this?.

 

Session Chair:

 

Dr. R. Rajesh
Chief Medical Officer,
Reliance Industries

 

Speakers

 

Dr. Spyridon Trous
Manager Medical Services,
BAPCO

 

Dr. Rachel Trous
Sport Nutrionist, BAPCO

 

Dr. Chandra Tripathi
Chief Medical Officer,
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

Dr. Sandeep Sharma
Chief Medical Officer,
Indian Oil Corporation

 

Dr. Mohd Amil
General Manager
Medical Services,
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

Hall No. 7

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3

 

Disaster Management

 

Despite the best of our efforts, it may sometimes be impossible to predict some natural and human disasters. What we can however do is ensure that we are ready to face these disasters when they do happen. What are some of the key takeaways from previous disasters? What are some of the tools / methodologies that are available to us? What are some of the contemporary practices in this area? This session will address these questions.

 

Session Chair:

 

Badal Roy
General Manager Offshore Safety,
ONGC

 

Speakers

 

Samah Al Hamad
Acting Head Business Resilience,
BAPCO

 

Lalit Das
Special Secretary
Ministry of Home
Govt. of Odisha

 

Sanjay Bhatt
Head Crisis Management,
ONGC

 

Michael Green
Segment Director
Oil Spill Response APAC,
DESMI

 

Hall No. 8

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4

 

Technology Transfer Forum I

 

With rapid advent of modern technologies and digital revolution, best-in class HSE management calls for effective deployment of such state of art technologies and tools in the industry. Accordingly the HSE professionals need to be provided with right software tools and hardware that are in line with current technologies. These professionals can utilize such tools to Assess risk, analyze, provide interactive training, maintain data and Monitor Performance. This session will discuss the importance of using such technologies to effectively manage HSE risk, present case studies on the use of KPI Dashboards to monitor performance, available tools that helps integrate Fire & Gas detection systems and use of IT solutions for training and development of employees.

 

Session Chair:

 

A.K. Tyagi
Ex- Executive Director,
IOCL

 

Speakers

 

Mark Hrubant
Director of Licensing
Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co.

 

P.A.E.S.Srinivas
Chief Manager - Technical &
Project Management, Süd-Chemie
India Pvt. Ltd

 

S. Muthukumaran
Consultant
Fluidyn Group

 

1600 - 1630 Exhibition Visit & Coffee/Tea Break
Parallel Technical Sessions
1630 - 1800

Hall No. 1

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 5

 

Road Safety

 

Driving in India is not easy, in fact it has always been dangerous, but the recent statistics show that Indian roads are getting worse. HSE professionals have an important role to ensure that a “culture of safety is” extended beyond its facilities and address the issues through a combination of Engineering, Education & Enforcement. The session will highlight the challenges and address some the interventions that have shown promise and could bring about significant improvements in this area.

 

Session Chair:

 

Birendra Verma
Joint President Safety,
Aditya Birla Group

 

Speakers

 

Susanne Ebner
Managing Director,
Hubert Ebner

 

Sanjeev Nair
General Manager - Logistics Safety,
Ambuja Cements Ltd

 

Ashok Kulkarni
Ex - Global Head - Road Safety,
Shell India

 

Arun Lakshman
Director, IDTR

 

Hall No. 2

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 6

 

Competency Assurance

 

Competency is a combination of training, skills, experience and knowledge that a person has and their ability to apply such knowledge to perform a task safely. This session will discuss the importance of competency development, associated challenges, frameworks and metrics that are relevant considering the local context.

 

Session Chair:

 

Palaniappan Chidambaram
Global Solutions Architect,
DuPont

 

Speakers

 

Dr. Haifa Khalaf
Assistant Professor,
University of Bahrain

 

Mahesh Hivarekar
Chief Manager - HSE,
Siemens India

 

JC Sekar
CEO,
Acuizen Technologies

 

Prof. N.A. Siddiqui
Head HSE UPES

 

Swaroop Banerjee
Principal Consultant and
Sustainable Safety Specialist,
ERM

 

Hall No. 7

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 7

 

Contractor Safety Management

 

Whether it be manufacturing or services, it would be hard to imagine today’s work getting done without the extensive involvement of contractors at all stages. This dependency on contractors however brings about its own set of challenges. How good are we at recognizing some of these risks and what are some of the controls that we can put in place to mitigate the risks?

 

Session Chair:

 

M.P Jain
General Manager
Quality & HSE, EIL

 

Speakers

 

Ahmed Khalil
Manager - HSE & Fire, BAPCO

 

Dr. Rahul Kalia
Medical Director,
International SOS

 

Jeewan Mahadik
Regional HSE Manager,
Jacobs Group

 

Stephen Storey
Head - EHS, L&T
Heavy Civil Infrastructure

 

Dr. Chitram Lutchman
President & CEO,
Safety Erudite

 

S.N. Borkar
Director safety,
DGFASLI

 

Hall No. 8

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 8

 

Technology Transfer Forum II

 

With rapid advent of modern technologies and digital revolution, best-in class HSE management calls for effective deployment of such state of art technologies and tools in the industry. Accordingly the HSE professionals need to be provided with right software tools and hardware that are in line with current technologies. These professionals can utilize such tools to Assess risk, analyze, provide interactive training, maintain data and Monitor Performance. This session will discuss the importance of using such technologies to effectively manage HSE risk, present case studies on the use of KPI Dashboards to monitor performance, available tools that helps integrate Fire & Gas detection systems and use of IT solutions for training and development of employees.

 

Session Chair:

 

Anoop Kumar
Ex - Executive Director
& Chief HSE, ONGC

 

Speakers

 

Biman Banerjee
Manager – Marketing,
MALLCOM.

 

Basant Goenka
Executive Director & CEO,
Accent Industries

 

Lalit Kumar Pahwa
Managing Director,
Pahwa MetalTech

 

Naveen GV
Managing Director,
Gensuite

 

Ramachandran Nagarajan
Sr. General Manager
Chola MS

 

1900 - 2200 Gala Networking Dinner with Entertainment Programme Hall no. 3

End of Day 1

 
22nd September 2017 - Friday
0900 - 0905
Keynote Address
0905 - 1000 Keynote Address Plenary Hall no. 3
Speakers
Smt. Anupriya Patel,

Hon’ble State Minister, Ministry of Health & Family
Welfare, Govt. of India

Smt. M Sathiyavathy,

Secretary, Ministry of Labour & Employement,
Govt. of India

V.P. Mahawar,

Director - Onshore,
ONGC

Mike Robinson,

CEO, British Safety Council

1000 - 1100 Panel Discussion - Role of HR in Organisational HSE Culture Plenary Hall no. 3
Panel Moderator
Dr. Waddah S Ghanem,

Executive Director
EHSSQ & Corporate Affairs, ENOC

Panelists
P.K. Gupta,

Director
HR, GAIL (India) Ltd*

Dr. Mei Li Lin,

President Asia Pacific,
ORC HSE

S Gopinath,

Executive Director HR,
ONGC

MVN Rao,

Group Head HR,
Group Head HR,
L&T Hydrocarbons

Dola Mukherjee,

Associate Vice President HR,
BIOCON

1100 - 1130 Exhibition Visit & Coffee/Tea Break
Parallel Technical Sessions
1130 - 1300

Hall No. 1

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 9

 

Asset Integrity Management

 

With the large scale investments in infrastructure, the ability of an asset to perform its required function effectively and efficiently over its lifecycle whilst protecting health, safety and the environment is increasingly becoming an important consideration. What are some of the considerations that organizations need to take into account whilst monitoring the assets? What are the various methods used and how do organizations interpret the results? These questions will be addressed in this session.

 

Session Chair:

 

Abdulla Al Marzooqi
Manager - HSE,
ADNOC

 

Speakers

 

Gautham Chakraborty
Chief General Manager (O&M),
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

George Mathew
Country Manager,
ABSIV India

 

Amit Kumar
DGM - HSE,
ONGC

 

Kiran Devulapalli
Sr. Manager - Solution Architecture,
Baker Hughes- GE

 

H Vishwanathan
Ex, DG,
DGFASLI

 

Hall No. 3

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 10

 

Fire Safety Management

 

The spate of fire related incidents in the industrial sector makes it imperative that organizations relook at the topic holistically. This session will highlight the need for a comprehensive fire safety management strategy together with a deeper understanding of the relevant codes and standards that need to be applied.

 

Session Chair:

 

Dr. G.C. Mishra
Director,
Delhi Fire Services

 

Speakers

 

R S Chimote
Chief Scientist
CBRI

 

Joyveer Dutt
Regional Head of Department
Quality Assurance, Health Safety
& EnvironmentAl Futtaim

 

R.A. Venkitachalam
Advisor
IIT Gandhinagar

 

Dr. G.C. Mishra
Director,
Delhi Fire Services

 

Hall No. 2

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 11

 

Human Factors in HSE

 

The dynamic nature of today’s workplace and the man / machine interaction brings in a host of new challenges in the area of Human Factors. These challenges are holistic affecting what people are being asked to do (the task and its characteristics), who is doing it (the individual and their competence) and where they are working (the organisation and its attributes), all of which are influenced by the wider societal concern, both local and national. The session will address some of these challenges and the readiness of the HSE profession in this area.

 

Session Chair:

 

Dr. Waddah S Ghanem,
Executive Director
EHSSQ & CA,
ENOC

 

Speakers

 

Viren Dhulla
Vice President
Corporate HSE & Wellbeing,
Vodafone India

 

Dr. Mei Li Lin
President - Asia Pacific,
ORC HSE

 

Dr. Tsuyoshi Kawakami
Senior Specialist on OSH
and Labour Inspection,
International Labour Organisation
(ILO)

 

Rekha Sharma
Senior Consultant and Technical
Safety and Risk Specialist,
ERM

 

Wing Commander Vineet Sharma
Senior Manager - Aviation
Cairn Oil and Gas - Vedanta Ltd

 

Hall No. 7

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 12

 

Latest Paradigms in Environment Sector

 

In recent years the world is seeing an increase in the number of natural disasters, different weather patterns and global warming is seen as a significant challenge. This session will provide an overview of the potential environmental challenges that we are likely to encounter, countermeasures that have been adopted by forward- looking organizations.

 

Session Chair:

 

Hari Kumar
Director EHS,
ENOC

 

Speakers

 

Dr. Annapurna Vancheshwaran
Senior Director,
TERI

 

Dilip Bera
HSE Manager
Offshore Assets,
Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta

 

Dr. JS Sharman
Head - Environment,
ONGC

 

Dr. Bhoma Ram Jat
Sr. Manager - Environment
Cairn Oil & Gas,
Vedanta Limited

 

Sharad Tripathi
Director
Fluidyn Group

 

1300 - 1400 Lunch Break & Exhibition Visit
Parallel Technical Sessions
1400 - 1530

Hall No. 1

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 13

 

Managing Safety Hazards in Pharma Industry

 

The pharmaceutical industry has grown rapidly over the last decade and paradoxically also seen an increase in the hazards posed by the healthcare business. This session brings a focus on the prevalent HSE hazards in the Pharma sector and some industry and expert insights on ways to mitigate these risks.

 

Session Chair:

 

R Shankar
VP – Corporate Head Quality,
SHE, Sustainability & Business
Excellence, TATA Projects

 

Speakers

 

K. Toshniwal
Vice President - Manufacturing,
Dr. Reddy’s Group

 

Dr. Lalitha Burra
Founder & Director, Nayati
Foundation

 

Mayur Patel
PSM Resource,
DuPont Sustainable Solutions

 

Arpit Nanavati
Director - HSE
Dr. Reddy’s Group

 

Hall No. 3

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 14

 

HSE in Facilities Management

 

A key responsibility of facility managers is to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the occupants of the facility. What do facility managers do to keep our workplaces safe from hazards, our employees injury-free, services safe, and at the same time ensuring that the environment is projected? What are some of the new requirements coming from the revision to the Indian Building Codes? What are some of the challenges in this area? This session will address these questions.

 

Session Chair:

 

SP Garg
Chief General Manager - Corporate
HSE, GAIL (India) Ltd

 

Speakers

 

Dr. G.C. Mishra
Director,
Delhi Fire Services

 

D.P. Nanda
General Manager - HSE,
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

Ravindra Dhapola
Deputy General Manager - HSE &S,
Tata Motors

 

Suresh Babu
Vice President – Fire & Safety
DLF power & services Ltd.

 

Hall No. 2

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 15

 

Organisational HSE Learning

 

The dynamic nature of work today makes it imperative that personnel in the organization are constantly in a “learning” mode. How do organizations, large and small, address such challenges and put in place mechanisms to capture their HSE knowledge assets and ensure that their personnel are well informed of new and emerging risks and controls. The session will address these questions.

 

Session Chair:

 

Jeewan Mahadik
Regional HSE Head - India Region,
Jacobs Engineering (I) Pvt. Ltd

 

Speakers

 

Sigra Sharma
Country Manager - HSE,
Schlumberger

 

Kiran Kumar
Vice President - Safety,
Ultratech

 

L. Krishnan
General Manager - HSE,
Cairn Oil and Gas - Vedanta Ltd

 

Krishna K Soni
Chief Manager(O&M)
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

Umesh K Gautham
Senior Engineer(Electrical),
GAIL (India) Ltd

 

AK Acharya
General Manager - HSE(FHQ),
OIL India Ltd

 

Hall No. 7

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 16

 

Sustainability

 

The significance of sustainability and sustainability reporting in organizations will be addressed in this session. What are some of the mandatory and voluntary reporting requirements? What are some of the benefits of such reporting and how does this align with to the social and moral obligations of an organization?.

 

Session Chair:

 

Srinath Komarina
President - Responsible Banking
YES Bank

 

Speakers

 

Rupam Raja
Partner,
ERM

 

Gaurav Swarup
Lead - Sustainabiity,
Vedanta Ltd

 

Satabti Nayak
Manipal University

 

Dr. Pradeep Panigrahi
Deputy GM Sustainabiity,
Mahindra Group

 

1530 - 1600 Exhibition Visit & Coffee/Tea Break
Valedictory
1230 - 1330 Takeaways & Future of HSE in the Region - Global HSE Way Forward
Panel Moderator
Masood Mallick,

Managing Director,
ERM India

Panelists
Arvind Bodhankar,

Corporate Head
HSE & Sustainability, TATA Motors

Dr. Rahul Dasgupta,

Executive Director CA,
OIL India Ltd

S.P. Garg,

Chief General Manager Corporate HSE,
GAIL (India) Ltd

Dr. Ahmad Al Qattan,

Advisor to Board of Directors
Gulf Downstream Association

Hari Kumar,

Director EHS,
ENOC

Kiran Kumar,

Vice President Safety,
Ultratech

Ahmed Khalil,

Manager HSE & Fire,
BAPCO

Hirak Dutta,

Senior Advisor Safety,
ESSAR Oil

1700 - 1705 Closing Remarks & Way Forward

End of Day 2