GLOBAL HSE 2019 CONFERENCE programme

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Day 1

Opening Ceremony

Monday,
30th September 2019

1500 - 1830

Registration & Welcome Coffee/Tea

Registration Zone & Al Dana 5

1900 - 1930

Exhibition Inauguration & Tour

Al Dana Basement

1930 - 2000

Inaugural Ceremony

Al Dana Main Hall
H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa

Inaugural Speech

Conference Patron

H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa
Minister of Oil
Kingdom of Bahrain

Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

Welcome Address

Conference Chairman

Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa
Chief Executive
BANAGAS

Dr. Muhammad M. Al-Saggaf

Special Address

Co-Host

Dr. Muhammad M. Al-Saggaf
Senior Vice President – Operations & Business Services
Saudi Aramco

Panel Moderator

Er. Ho Siong Hin

Er. Ho Siong Hin

Senior Director - International WSH

Ministry of Manpower
Singapore

Panelists

Fatema Mohamed Al Nuaimi

Fatema Mohamed Al Nuaimi

Chief Executive Officer

ADNOC LNG

Hatem Nusseibeh

Emad Sultan*

Chief Executive Officer

Kuwait Oil Company

Raoul Restucci

Raoul Restucci

Managing Director

Petroleum Development Oman

Khaled Al Alyani

Khaled Ali Al Alyani

Vice President - Global EHSS

SABIC

James Eastlack

James Kenneth Eastlack

Chief Executive Officer

Tatweer Petroleum

Hatem Nusseibeh

Hatem Nusseibeh

President Total E&P UAE & Total Country Chair UAE

Total E&P

2100 – 2130

Recognition Ceremony

Al Dana Main Hall
H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa


CHIEF GUEST

H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa
Minister of Oil
Kingdom of Bahrain

2130 Onwards

Gala Networking Dinner

GCC Terrace

Day 2

Conference & Exhibition

Tuesday,
1st October 2019

0700 - 0800

Registration & Welcome Coffee / Tea

Registration Zone & Al Dana 5

Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management is an integral and essential part of the way successful businesses are conducted, HSE is considered an equal part of the wider system for the management of business and could mean in many cases the success of failure of business.

Sustaining businesses, being Resilient and Efficient in today’s competitive and dynamic international market and if organizations wants to survive they have no choice but to consider HSE and welfare of their employees as well as the protection of the environment. In is important for them to make sure that HSE is considered and emphasized at all stages of the business and that it is being managed to the requirement of International best practices and that in line with stakeholders’ expectations. Organizations that choose to pay closer attention to these basic and essential requirements would be more successful and robust. Business Excellence can only be achieved through HSE excellence as it would ensure sustainability of the business, it will protect its employees, the environment and ensure continuity of the business.

Speakers

H.E Dr. Mohamed Mubarak Bin Daina

H.E Dr. Mohamed Mubarak Bin Daina

Chief Executive

Supreme Council for Environment
Kingdom of Bahrain

Xavier Bontemps

Xavier Bontemps

Senior Vice President – HSE

TOTAL
France

We strive to be a successful company by acting with social responsibility and integrating HSE in all our processes which in turn help secure our future and create added value for all – our customers, employees, shareholders, business partners and the environment. Many companies all adopted Zero incidents concepts which many say it is aspirational but it the right approach to calibrating the whole organization culture and making sure that it is driven to the elimination of injuries, incidents and environmental incidents. So are we doing enough in creating the right HSE culture, sustaining it and ensuring that whole organization is aligned to this important concept. It is easier said than done as it requires a lot of commitment, investment and leadership drive.

Panel Moderator

Yasser B Al Habidi

Yasser B Al Habidi

General Supervisor LPD

Saudi Aramco

Speakers

Martin Maeso

Martin Maeso

Technical Director

Energy Institute, UK

Yasser Alabbasi

Yasser Alabbasi

GM Manufacturing

GPIC

Rob Cox

Rob Cox

Technical Director

IPIECA

Omar A. Al-Ruhaily

Omar A. Al-Ruhaily

President - Saudi Kayan

SABIC

Salamah Al Dhafiri

Salamah Al Dhafiri

EHS Corporate Director

SADARA

Arvind Bodhankar

Arvind Bodhankar

Jt. Executive President & Chief Sustainability Officer

UltraTech Cement Inc.

1000 - 1030

Recognition of Committees & Exhibitors

Al Dana Main Hall

CHIEF GUESTS

Conference Chairman

Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa

Dr. Shaikh Mohamed Al Khalifa Chief Executive
BANAGAS

Steering Committee Co-Chairman

Aali M Al Zahrani

Aali M Al Zahrani Executive Director Safety & Industrial Security
Saudi Aramco

Technical Committee Chair

Hafedh Al Qassab

Hafedh Al Qassab BMP Project Director
BAPCO

Organising Committee Chair

Mohammed Al Hosani

Mohammed Al Hosani General Manager - Finance & Admin
BANAGAS

1030 - 1100

Exhibition Visit & Coffee / Tea Break

Exhibition Hall

1100 - 1215

The dynamic nature of work today makes it imperative that personnel in the organisation are constantly in a “learning” mode. How do organisations, 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 Chairman

Dr. Mark Hodgkinson

Dr. Mark Hodgkinson

OE Manager

BAPCO

Session Coordinator

Emad Al Qattan

Emad Al Qattan

BANAGAS

Speakers

Waleed Jawadi

Waleed H Jawadi

Sr. HSE Consultant-WOA

Saudi Electricity Company


Topic: Effective HSE Learning Approach

Hani Othman Al-Omari

Hani Othman Al-Omari

SABTANK EHSS Sr. Manager

SABIC


Topic: Effective Incidents High Value Learning

Dr. Vincent Ho

Dr. Vincent Ho

President

IOSH


Topic: Strengthening OSH Professional Competencies

The role of creating effective enterprise risk management registers, planning for crisis and emergency scenarios, preparing response plans and business continuity plans has become one of the most important and significant requirements in organisations today. This session will address ERP, CMP and BCPs to present organisational experience and knowledge in these significant areas.

Session Chairman

Younis Al Hinai

Younis Al Hinai

HSE Planning & Assurance Manager

Petroleum Development Oman

Session Coordinator

Suvid Surendran

Suvid Surendran

EWA, Bahrain

Speakers

Faisal Alrahmani

Faisal Alrahmani

Fire Protection Engineer

SADARA


Topic: Emergency Management Challenges in Multi-Facilities Site

Samah Al Hamad

Samah Al Hamad

Superintendent Business

Resilience
BAPCO


Topic: BAPCO Business Resilience Journey

Ahmed Abedali Haider

Ahmed Abedali Haider

Senior Analyst Risk Engineering

KPC


Topic: Living Enterprise Risk Management

Major incidents and safety concerns relate to projects and that is why effective safety management during projects is extremely important. This session will address the best approaches to controlling risks in projects and how safety management can lead to successful project management on various large, medium and small projects. The session will also cover some aspects of stakeholder and contractor management along with effective management systems and their implementation during projects.

Session Chairman

Mark Burrows

Mark Burrows

HSSEQ Manager

ASRY

Session Coordinator

Mahmood AbdulAziz Ismail

Mahmood AbdulAziz Ismail

ASRY

Speakers

Ali Mahdi Khajah

Ali Mahdi Khajah

Chief Industrial Hygienist

KIPIC

Ali Al Mirza

Ali Al Mirza

Team Leader HSE – Al Zour

Refinery Directorate, KIPIC

Environment and sustainability are issues that are discussed at various levels especially at the board level. Gone are the days when companies used to pay little or no attention to their neighboring communities. All stakeholders including the community need to be consulted on regular bases if sustainable development is to be established. This session will invigorate a dialogue between the regulators, the community and companies through the presentations and discussion.

Session Chairman

Clement Lavinge

Clément Lavigne

Head of Environment & Social Division, Corporate HSE/EP

TOTAL

Session Coordinator

Ahmed Al Mushaiqiri

Ahmed Al Mushaiqiri

Petroleum Development Oman

Speakers

Emmanuel Tarika

Emmanuel Tarika

Chief Executive Officer

AlterMondo


Topic: SRM+ (Stakeholder Relationship Management)

Amin Khan

Amin Khan

Principal Engineer – Planning

SABIC


Topic: Stakeholder Unification Under Single Global Management system

1215 - 1315

Prayer & Lunch Break

Awal Ballroom

1315 - 1430

The Session will focus on environmental betterment programs including waste management, resource and energy management, waste minimization strategies and technologies. The speakers will be presenting perspectives from their organisations outlook and what relates to the latest strategies and technologies for environmental management.

Session Chairman

Layla Janahi

Layla Janahi

HSE Advisor-Regulatory & Contractor Management

Tatweer Petroleum

Session Coordinator

Clement Lavinge

Clément Lavigne

TOTAL

Speakers

Badr S. Al Johani

Badr Saad Al Johani

Sustainability Manager

SADARA


Topic: Building a Sustainability Strategy for Industrial Organistions

Rob Cox

Rob Cox

Technical Director

IPIECA


Topic: Sustainability Reporting and Sustainable Development Goals: Key Components of Environmental Sustainability in HSE program Implementation

Salman AlDossari

Salman AlDossari

Environmental Specialist

Saudi Aramco


Topic: Saudi Aramco Efforts in Waste Minimization and Recycling

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

Session Chairman

Dr. Maha Al Shehab

Dr. Maha Al Shehab

General Secretary

Bahrain Health & Safety Council

Session Coordinator

Hamza Jaffer Mohd

Hamza Jaffer Mohd

ALBA

Speakers

Dr. Ahmad Al Shatti

Dr. Ahmad Al Shatti

Director – OH

Ministry of Health


Topic: The Recent Heat Wave in Kuwait and its Impact on the Community and Industry - An Insight

Dr. Aaesha Hashem

Dr. Aaesha Hashem

Manager, HSE - NEB Operation Division

ADNOC


Topic: Addressing a Rainbow of Hazards and Risks

Dr. Marwan Behisi

Dr. Marwan Behisi

Chairman of HSE

John Hopkins Aramco Healthcare


Topic: Occupational Health and Safety in Oil and Gas Industry in KSA

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 organisations around the world have implemented PSM in their organisation and have seen major improvements in their safety performance and 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 Chairman

Yasser Alabbasi

Yasser Alabbasi

General Manger Manufacturing

GPIC

Session Coordinator

Jamal Alshawoosh

Jamal Alshawoosh

GPIC

Speakers

Jamal A. AlGhamdi

Jamal A. AlGhamdi

Sr. EH&S Compliance Manager/ISO

SADARA


Topic: Chemical Reactivity Program at Sadara Chemical Company

Stephen Younger

Stephen Younger

Operation Integrity Manager (CPM)

Halliburton


Topic: Critical Focus Areas in PSM

Tijs Koerts

Tijs Koerts

Operational Director

European Process Safety Centre


Topic: Effective Learning from Incidents

Thousands or people are killed every day on roads due to Motor Vehicle accidents across the world. This session will discuss the scale of the problem, analysis of some of the causes and explore possible solutions that might help in reducing such fatal incidents. Subject matter experts from the industry which are major road users, road designers, training service providers and the regulatory agencies.

Session Chairman

Hamed Esry

Hamed Abdullah Asl Esry

Head of Road safety

Petroleum Development Oman

Session Coordinator

Omar Al-Omar

Omar Al-Omar

Saudi Electricity Company

Speakers

Arvind Bodhankar

Arvind Bodhankar

Jt. Executive President & Chief Sustainability Officer

UltraTech Cement Ltd.


Topic: Methods and measures adopted by Indian Industry

Saleh Al Maskari

Saleh Mohamed Almaskari

HSE Manager

ADNOC Gas Processing


Topic: Best Practices in Road Safety in ADNOC Gas Processing

Saleh A. Al-Ghamdi

Saleh A. Al-Ghamdi

Technical Advisor

Saudi Aramco


Topic: Saudi Aramco Role in Improving Traffic Safety Towards Saving Lives

1430 - 1500

Exhibition Visit & Coffee / Tea Break

Exhibition Hall

Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management is an integral and essential part of the way successful businesses are conducted, HSE is considered an equal part of the wider system for the management of business and could mean in many cases the success of failure of business.

Sustaining businesses, being Resilient and Efficient in today’s competitive and dynamic international market and if organizations wants to survive they have no choice but to consider HSE and welfare of their employees as well as the protection of the environment. In is important for them to make sure that HSE is considered and emphasized at all stages of the business and that it is being managed to the requirement of International best practices and that in line with stakeholders’ expectations. Organizations that choose to pay closer attention to these basic and essential requirements would be more successful and robust. Business Excellence can only be achieved through HSE excellence as it would ensure sustainability of the business, it will protect its employees, the environment and ensure continuity of the business.

Panel Moderator

Tijs Koerts

Tijs Koerts

Operations Director

European Process Safety Centre

Speakers

Dr. Abdulla Habib Ahmed Ali

Dr. Abdulla Habib
Ahmed Ali

Chief Operating Officer

ALBA

Ali Al Failakawi

Ali Al Failakawi*

Manager - Fire

Kuwait Oil Company

Ian Taylor

Ian Taylor

CEO

NEBOSH

Hamoud AlShamlani

Hamoud AlShamlani

Director – EHS Compliance

SADARA

Salah Al Juaidan

Salah Al Juaidan

Sea Water Injections Department Manager

Saudi Aramco

Xavier Bontemps

Xavier Bontemps

Senior Vice President - HSE

TOTAL

1600

Closing Remarks & Raffle Draw

Al Dana Main Hall

1600 - 1800

Cocktail Networking Function

Al Dana Foyer

Day 3

Conference & Exhibition

Wednesday,
2nd October 2019

0730 - 0830

Registration & Welcome Coffee / Tea

Registration Zone & Al Dana 5

Industrial Revolution 4.0 means real-time communication, big data, human-machine cooperation, remote sensing, monitoring and process control and autonomous equipment. As the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0 becomes the predominant reality, it will bring new paradigm shifts, which will have an impact on the management of HSE. Are we giving due consideration to changes in HSE and is HSE consequences of Industry 4.0 being evaluated properly amid this new and accelerating industrial trend. Do we stand to lose any of the gains made through proactive approaches and are there rational grounds for major concerns? We need to carefully examine all these issues and to ensure that HSE isn’t greatly impacted or will be impacted with industry revolution 4.0. It is important for US a safety professional to ensure that technologies driving Industry 4.0 are not developed in silos and isolation, they must make sure that it doesn’t have negative impact on HSE. This session will discuss industry 4.0 and how is it catered for in HSE management.

Speakers

Er. Ho Siong Hin

Er. Ho Siong Hin

Senior Director - International WSH

Ministry of Manpower
Singapore

Chris Patton

Chris Patton

Board Director

Board of Certified Safety Professionals, USA

Abdulaziz A. Al Harbi

Abdulaziz A. Al Harbi

Senior Vice President - EHS

MA’ADEN, Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia

Business Reliance is designed to ensure that HSE and BCP measures are implemented and operated allowing companies to provide a safe and secure environment and quickly adapt to disruptions while maintaining continuous business operations and safeguarding people, assets and overall interest of the company. It is also designed to contribute to the effective management of the company sites or sites overall HSE by ensuring that an effective processes and resources in place to manage all types of risk including HSE risk. No organization can holistically manage risk without taking into consideration HSE risk associated with its operation. HSE which is not managed properly can cause business interruption and impact the enterprise business continuity and maybe recovery. Hence the need to ensure that HSE Risk is well defined in the Business Reliance model and that there is a response and recovery plan. This session will address how HSE risk is identified in the overall ERM and Business Reliance model and where does it fit.

Panel Moderator

Dr. Mei Li Lin

Dr. Mei Li Lin

Senior Vice President – Innovation

DEKRA

Speakers

Mohammed Al Hashmi

Mohammed Al Hashmi

VP – HSE Policy & Governance

ADNOC

Steve Brewer

Steve Brewer

Director - Emergency Planning

College, UK

Ian Henderson

Ian Henderson

MD

Marsh JLT Specialty

Michelle Garner-Janna

Michelle Garner-Janna

Executive Director Corporate - H&S

Cummins, Inc.

Richard Reed

Richard Reed

Head of Corporate Crisis and Continuity Management

Saudi Aramco

Saad Al Ayedh

Saad Al Ayedh

Executive VP - Petrochemicals

TASNEE

1030 - 1100

Exhibition Visit & Coffee / Tea Break

Exhibition Hall

1100 - 1215

This session will have organisations presenting on exceptional HSE performance through a system implemented or a project undertaken successfully which has led to a best practice for the industry to learn and take a good example from. It is from cross industry and be in any area within HSE. Ideal attendees to be practitioners & leaders from organisations.

Session Chairman

Dr. Vincent Ho

Dr. Vincent Ho

President

IOSH

Session Coordinator

Zainab Al Aidaroos

Zainab Al Aidaroos

ADNOC

Speakers

John Dony

John Dony

Director

Campbell Institute


Topic: Leading Indicators: From Defining to Designing

Michelle Garner-Janna

Michelle Garner-Janna

Executive Director Corporate - H&S

Cummins, Inc.


Topic: Leading Indicators: From Defining to Designing

Nawaf Saleh Aldossari

Nawaf Saleh Aldossari

EH&S Assessment & Audit Manager

SADARA


Topic: Self-Assessment: Being Proactive

Abdulrahman Al-Mutawa

Abdulrahman Al-Mutawa

Senior HSE Engineer

EQUATE


Topic: EH&S Best Practices in EQUATE

This session will be focused on sharing successful cases studies from the industry on how HSE can add business value. The case studies will also highlight the critical success factors behind developing and implementing an effective risk-based approach for HSE improvement projects. The case Studies will include implementation of new systems such as PSM, OEMS, Dashboards, Leadership case studies, Small and medium business case studies, Worker involvement case studies Work related stress case studies, etc.

Session Chairman

Taleb Al Ansari

Taleb Al Ansari

Manager Procurement & Warehouse

ALBA

Session Coordinator

Omar Al-Abbasi

Omar Al-Abbasi

University of Bahrain

Speakers

Hari Kumar

Hari Kumar

Director Group HSE Assurance

ENOC


Topic: A Few Lessons from ENOC’s Safety Culture Transformation Journey

Ayssar Hanza

Ayssar Hanza

Risk Engineering Director

Ace Energy Group


Topic: The Golden Cracks of Incidents

Frederic Pavard

Frederic Pavard

Deputy Director - HSE & Major Projects

TOTAL


Topic: How industry can work alternatives with regulators: a case study Total - Gesip for foam concentrate

Helene Moumrikoff

Helene Moumrikoff

CEO

GESIP


Topic: How industry can work alternatives with regulators: a case study Total - Gesip for foam concentrate

Helene Moumrikoff

Eric Paillier

Emergency & Fire Safety Advisor

TOTAL


Topic: How industry can work alternatives with regulators: a case study Total - Gesip for foam concentrate

Behavior-based safety is a process that promotes interventions which is people-focused and incorporate individual and group observations of employees performing routine work tasks, setting goals carefully and giving timely feedback on safety-related behavior, coaching and mentoring. The process is a proactive one and it focuses on encouraging individuals and their work groups to consider the potential for incident and to assess their own behavior as safe or at-risk behavior. SME will participate at this session and will demonstrate their own experiences and that of their companies in planning and implementing an effective Behavior Based Program.

Session Chairman

Mohammed Al Shammary

Mohammed Al Shammary

Global EH&S Director

EQUATE

Session Coordinator

Saleh M Al-Shehab

Saleh M Al-Shehab

EQUATE

Speakers

Nasir Abdullah Al-Zahrani

Nasir Abdullah Al-Zahrani

Staff Engineer
Occupational H&S, EHSS

SABIC

Topic: Connect and Protect Program in SABIC

Mohammad Ali Shukri

Mohammad Ali Shukri

Founder & CEO

Y-Access Training Solution Co.


Topic: A Safe Shortcut To Safety Culture

Competence is a set of abilities, knowledge, and skills that enable a person or an organisation to act effectively in a job or situation. It also indicates sufficiency of knowledge and skills that enable someone to act in a wide variety of situations. Competency in HSE is of paramount importance and must be considered for all levels in the organisations. This session will help attendees understand how competency gaps in HSE can be identified, how such skills can be obtained and measured. Various competency frameworks utilized by the industry to establish competencies will be shared and discussed.

Session Chairman

Essam Ismael Al Alawi

Essam Ismael Al Alawi

Director

Ministry of Labour & Social Development
Kingdom of Bahrain

Session Coordinator

Hussain Al Hussaini

Hussain Al Hussaini

Ministry of Labour
Kingdom of Bahrain

Speakers

Khalid A. Al-Sahli

Khalid Al-Sahli

EHS Manager

GE, Field Core

Topic: EHS Four Pillars

Ashok Garlapati

Ashok Garlapati

BCSP Ambassador

BCSP


Topic: Competency Enhancement through HSE Certifications

Abdullah Hassan-Al Qahtani

Abdullah Hassan Al-Qahtani

Chief Engineer, EHSS/PRM

SABIC


Topic: Process Safety and Occupational Safety Competency Improvement Journey in SABIC

1215 - 1315

Prayer & Lunch Break

Awal Ballroom

1315 - 1430

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 Chairman

Harold Hickling

Harold Hickling

Project Director

WorleyParsons

Session Coordinator

Emad Al Qattan

Emad Al Qattan

BANAGAS

Speakers

Andrej Krnetic

Andrej Krnetic

Senior Engineer - HSE

ADNOC Refining

Topic: Contractor HSE & Welfare Performance Management Mechanism in ADNOC

Dr. Chit Lutchman

Dr. Chit Lutchman

President

Safety Erudite Inc.


Topic: Protecting our contractors- why we need to Do More

Colin Alexis

Colin Alexis

HSES Manager - EMEA Region

TechnipFMC


Topic: Managing Diverse HSE Cultures

Checking that organisations are managing risks is a vital and unfortunately overlooked and not given adequate attention. If practice correctly, It will give the organisation some level of confidence that it is doing enough to keep on top of HSE and maybe show how could they do things better in the future. Checking involves setting up an effective monitoring system, backed up with sensible performance measures. Good-quality monitoring will not just identify problems but will help also understand what caused them and what sort of changes are needed to address them. Poor monitoring might tell you that something is wrong but may not help understand why, or what to do about it.
HSE compliance Monitoring is an essential governance tool and one that will ensure that things in originations either are going well or show that system and processes are not delivering to expectations. This will also enable companies to establish initiatives that will improve HSE systems and make it contribute effectively to the continuous improvement process. This session will discuss HSE compliance and monitoring mechanism and how KPIs are established.

Session Chairman

Saudi Aramc

Zaher M. Al-Tayeb

Supt. of Loss Prevention Safety Compliance Division

Saudi Aramco

Session Coordinator

Omar Al Omar

Omar Al Omar

Saudi Electricity Company

Speakers

Layla Janahi

Layla Janahi

Advisor-HSE Regulatory & Contractor Management System

Tatweer Petroleum

Topic: Tatweer HSE Regulatory Compliance

Mohammed Al Shammari

Mohammed L. Al Shammari

Safety Supt, EHSS

TASNEE


Topic: HSE Compliance & Performance in TASNEE

Dr. Laks Akella

Dr. Laks Akella

Principal Consultant HSE Risk Management

DNV GL


Topic: Managing the Overall Health of your Business – The ISRS Way

This session will enable HSE practitioners and participants examine issues as they relate to HSE and the impact of technologies will have in the manner HSE being currently practiced and managed. The session will discuss issues that are to do with automation, digitalization, communication, human factors, use of predictive and analytical tools, use of virtual and augmented realities in training, 3D modeling, incident investigation and lesson learned. The session will also address challenges with new technologies and how best can it be utilized to enhance HSE and Loss Prevention.

Session Chairman

Zainab Al Aidaroos

Zainab Al Aidaroos

Manager - HSE Planning & Performance

ADNOC

Session Coordinator

Yasser B Al Habidi

Yasser B Al Habidi

Saudi Aramco

Session Coordinator

Ahmed Khalil

Ahmed Khalil

BAPCO

Speakers

Saudi Aramco

Name

Designation

Saudi Aramco

Schlumberger

Name

Designation

Schlumberger

ADNOC

Name

Designation

ADNOC

Enjoy the premier opportunity to showcase your new products and innovation to the peers from the HSE industry and engage with key decision makers and buyers as you enjoy an unforgettable brand experience. Seize the opportunity to excite people about your products and services with potential partners and customers.
Participation form the below assortment of companies and sectors is ideal for Global HSE exhibition. The event offers its participants a competitive edge through a unique opportunity to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business.

Session Chairman

Hussain Al Sayegh

Hussain Al Sayegh

Manager - Environment & Safety

Bahrain Steel

Session Coordinator

iCONEX

Name

iCONEX

Speakers

Naveen GV

Naveen GV

Managing Director & Global BD Executive

Gensuite

Topic: Enable Connected and Smart EHS&S with Mobile, Beacons, Genny Virtual Assitant, Smart Glasses, IOT, AR/VR

DuPont

Name

DuPont

1430 - 1445

Coffee Break

Exhibition Hall

There is often a push to achieve a goal of zero harm in the workplace. is this possible? and should we be seeking to set the standard to this high level? Is it achievable or aspirational goal? Even though it is a concept that was adopted by many organizations which advocate that a workplace can operate without exposing any person to any injury. The view is taken that most workers today go through their working life without suffering any injury and so it should be possible to design and implement safe systems of work that will have the effect that no worker suffers an injury. The position is often coupled with the view that zero harm is achievable if leaders and managers embrace it.

Panel Moderator

Hafedh Al Qassab

Hafedh Al Qassab

BMP Project Director

BAPCO

Speakers

Hari Kumar

Hari Kumar

Director Group HSE Assurance

ENOC

Dr. Vincent Ho

Dr. Vincent Ho

President

IOSH

Nasser Al Shamma

Nasser Al Shamma

Chief Executive Officer

Oil Sector Services Company

Younis Al Hinai

Younis Al Hinai

HSE Planning & Assurance Manager

Petroleum Development Oman

Khaled Al Alyani

Khaled Ali Al Alyani

Vice President - Global EHSS

SABIC

Yahya Al Ansari

Yahya Al Ansari

GM – Exploration & Development

Tatweer Petroleum

1545 Onwards

Closing Remarks & Raffle Draw

Al Dana Main Hall

*Tentative