Under the Patronage of H.E. Bakheet S. Al-Rashidi, Minister of Oil & Minister of Electricity & Water, Chairman of the Board, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, State of Kuwait

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Workshop

Workshop - 1

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: New GRI Requirements - How to Make a Corporate Difference
Faculty

Sudipa Bose

Trainer & Operations Analyst

Arabia CSR Network, UAE

Biography

 

Sudipa has been working in the field of environment and sustainability for a decade and a half. She brings with her a deep understanding and knowledge of environmental and sustainability issues in the Region. In her different assignments, Sudipa has handled the design and delivery of a range of advisory, research and publication projects including strategy formulation, best practice compilations, and developed content on environment, corporate social responsibility and sus- tainability. She is a Trainer for the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) certified sustainability trainings and for the Network’s certified training programmes, in which she was a member of the team that developed the courses. Sudipa has participated in numerous local and international conferences on environment, sustainable development and corporate responsibility.

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

The one-day workshop will highlight the relevance of Sustainability Reporting to organizations practicing CSR and sustainability, including the need for heightened transpar- ency and disclosures. The specific objectives will be to explain the concept of Sustainabili- ty Reporting, to highlight the benefits, and to provide an overview of the GRI Standards and reporting process. Each session will be backed up by course explanation, discussion and exercises wherever applicable. At the end of the session, participants will emerge equipped with a strong understanding of the GRI reporting requirements, principles, criteria and process.

Who Should Attend

 

The workshop is open to all, with specific focus on CSR & sustainability professionals, practitioners, reporters, etc. Organisations of any size & from any sector are potential attendees

Brief Agenda

 

  • Sustainability Reporting based on GRI Standards Workshop Program Plan
  • Sustainable Development Goals & Introduction to Sustainability Reporting
  • Introduction to GRI Standards
  • Reporting Process – following the GRI template
  • Stakeholder Engagement & Materiality – the key to successful reporting

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.

 

Workshop - 2

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: Sustainable Safety Performance - Safety Management Systems
Faculty

Dr. Chit Lutchman

President & CEO

Safety Erudite, Canada

Biography

 

Dr. Chit Lutchman is a hands-on Oil and Gas professional with more than 25 years of experience in leading operations, project planning and management, EH&S and Operations Excellence Man- agement Systems. Chit is well experienced in project and operations risk management, and is a published author in the areas of Project Management, EH&S, PSM and OEMS. Building on work experience in Petro-Canada, Suncor, Husky and BP, and HollyFrontier Corporation, Chit seeks to bring business intelligence, operations discipline, risk management and EH&S under a single umbrella to produce exceptional and sustainable organizational discipline and excellence in busi- ness performance. As principal of Safety Erudite Inc., Chit seeks to provide quality sustainable solutions to clients in developing and implementing Management Systems. Leveraging expertise in the areas of Project Management, EH&S, OEMS, and Contractor EH&S Management. Chit has provided solutions for improving operations discipline and managing operations risk and EH&S to ENOC, BAPCP, Suncor Energy, Husky Energy, AltaGas, Centrica Energy, Plains All America and HollyFrontier Corporation.

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

The one-day workshop will highlight the relevance of Sustainability Reporting to organizations practicing CSR and sustainability, including the need for heightened transpar- ency and disclosures. The specific objectives will be to explain the concept of Sustainabili- ty Reporting, to highlight the benefits, and to provide an overview of the GRI Standards and reporting process. Each session will be backed up by course explanation, discussion and exercises wherever applicable. At the end of the session, participants will emerge equipped with a strong understanding of the GRI reporting requirements, principles, criteria and process.

Who Should Attend

 

  • Senior leaders including Vice Presidents and General Managers
  • Construction and EPC Contracting Organizations
  • Contractors – EH&S and field personnel
  • Project management team members involved in leading and managing contractors
  • EH&S leaders and team members

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.

 

Workshop - 3

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: HSE Culture & Human Reliability - Introduction to Human Factors
Faculty

Richard Scaife

Director

The Keil Centre, United Kingdom

Biography

 

Richard is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, Registered Ergonomist and Director of The Keil Centre Ltd. Richard has 30 years’ experience gained in defence, aviation and in the process industries. His experience covers all aspects of human factors, particularly human safety analysis (including human error) and the design and evaluation of equipment to meet user requirements. Richard holds a BSc and MSc in Applied Psychology and along with his colleague Ronny Lardner won the British Psychological Society DOP Practitioner of the Year award in 2006 for the development of the Human Factors Analysis Tools (HFAT®).

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

A full-day workshop covering the key elements of human factors related to health and safety. Each element will be covered in a highly interactive one-hour module. Each module will begin with an introduction to the topic, followed by practical exercises which will allow delegates the opportunity to experience some of the techniques and tools used to analyse human factors and make practical improvements to human performance and health and safety.

Who Should Attend

 

  • Professionals from all industry sectors
  • HSE managers and advisors
  • Business leaders wishing to learn more about human factors
  • Site managers
  • Anyone interested in learning more about the practical application of human factors to health and safety

Brief Agenda

 

  • Introduction to Human Factors in relation to HSE
  • Managing errors and non-compliance
  • Human factors in equipment and HMI design
  • Human factors influences on incident investigators
  • Human factors in procedure design
  • Effective safety culture

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.

 

Workshop - 4

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: Emergency Response & Crisis Planning & Management
Faculty

Managing Director

Managing Director

Emergency Management Consultants (EMC)

Scotland

Biography

 

Managing Director of Emergency Management Consultants Limited (EMC), based in Scotland (UK) 20 years’ experience as a Military Commander (UK Armed Forces). A 22 year career within the Oil and Gas Industry in EHS, Emergency Response and Security Management. Offshore expe- rience in UK, Europe, West Africa and SE Asia. Onshore experience in Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, East Africa, US, Northern Latin America. Senior Emergency Response and Security Advisor to an International Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Company - developing and managing the organisation, training and exercising of Emergency Response Teams and Incident Management Teams in 10 Countries along with their Regional Business Support Teams. Extensive knowledge and understanding of Risk Management, Incident Management Systems, Crisis Man- agement Processes and Business Continuity. Undertook the design of the Incident Management Team Training and Development Plan for BP Gulf of Mexico post the Deepwater Horizon / ‘Ma- condo’ Well Incident.

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

This Workshop has been developed for participants interested in, or currently involved in, the development of plans, organization and processes for delivering an effective response to and recovery from emergencies, incidents or crisis events.

 

It is designed to provide the fundamentals for the introduction and development of a practical framework for the functionality and connectivity of a scalable Emergency Response, Incident and Crisis Management System and recovery to ‘Normal’ Operations. The Workshop will be interactive encompassing group discussion and practical exercises.

 

Content and materials are based on the ‘Business Resilience Framework’ that is designed to mitigate or minimize the impacts of incidents, events, situations or business disruptions. The focus is on an integrated ‘All Hazards’ approach to Emergency Response, Incident Management, Crisis Management and Recovery within the context of the Internationally accepted Incident Command System (ICS), recognized Crisis Management Processes and ISO 22301 Business Continuity Man- agement.

Who Should Attend

 

Employers, Employees and existing Members of Response Organizations. (The current position of personnel in a Company or Business should not preclude them from this workshop)

  • Senior Executives
  • Facility Managers
  • Functional Managers
  • Process Operations Staff
  • Health, Safety, Environment and Security Managers and Staff » Business Continuity Managers
  • Members of Existing Response Organizations

Brief Agenda

 

  • Introductions and explanation of how Group Workshop Exercises will be managed
  • Explore the nature of ‘Risk, ‘Emergency’, ‘Incident’, ‘Crisis’ and ‘Recovery’ in the context of this workshop
  • Introduce the concept of a Risk based Integrated ‘All Hazards’ approach to Emergency Response, Incident and Crisis Management & Business Continuity
  • Introduce the organisation, principles, philosophy, priorities and objectives of Emergency Response, Incident and Crisis Management
  • Introduce the Incident Management System (Incident Command System (ICS) based)
  • Discuss On-Scene Command and Control Priorities and Actions
  • Describe and discuss Incident Management Team Processes during their ‘Initial Response’ in support of On-scene Emergency Response Teams, including; Information Management, Situational Awareness, Communication, Stakeholder Engagement, development of an Initial Incident Action Plan and the Processes for Plan implementation.
  • Understanding the Planning for and Management of a Developing or Protracted Major Incident
  • Gain understanding of and discuss; Crisis Management, the Roles of the Crisis Management Team. (Processes, Decision Making, Crisis Communication and Business Recovery)

Key Course Content

 

  • Working Definitions of ‘Risk’, ‘Emergency’, ‘Incident’, ‘Crisis’ and ‘Business Recovery’
  • Integrated ‘All Hazards’ Approach to Incident and Crisis Management
  • Organization, Principles, Philosophy, Priorities and Objectives of Incident Management
  • Incident Management System
  • Incident Management Organisation
  • Incident Management Processes
  • Planning for, Managing and Recovery from Protracted Incidents
  • Crisis Management
  • The Importance of Business Continuity Planning

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.

 

Workshop - 5

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: Leaders Behaviours that support and effective BBS Process
Faculty

Martin Keith Peters

Behavioural Based Safety Specialist

The Bahrain Petroleum Company

Biography

 

Martin Peters is a seasoned change management professional that has extensive experience in leading safety change initiatives internationally within many business sectors. Martin helps organ- isations enhance their Organisational Culture through the development and facilitation of value added solutions that are aligned to business needs at all levels of an organisation. Having worked in Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Australasia Martin has taken into account cultural differ- ences in each of his implementations. Martin is an experienced manager and consultant who has worked at every all level within a variety of businesses that include high volume, manufacturing organisations, agriculture, food, telecommunications and logistics.

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

In order to have a successful Behavioural Based Safety Process in place, a critical success factor is the alignment of leadership behaviours. Leader behaviours set the scene and direction of what type of culture is in place. Undesired leader behaviours create a culture of mistrust, poor com- munication, lack of respect, low levels of credibility and workers being isolated and misaligned. Therefore in order to create a culture of total employee engagement, leaders need to ensure that they are engaged, visible and work with employees at all levels of an organization to create a culture of care. Many organisations have a vision of zero harm and care, but do not demonstrate behaviours that support such a vision at all levels of their organization. This workshop will help both existing and future leaders understand their role in supporting a BBS process and creating a culture of care, attendees will be given examples of best practice behaviours that will help their organization achieve their vision.

Who Should Attend

 

The workshop is open to all, with specific focus on CSR & sustainability professionals, practitioners, reporters, etc. Organisations of any size & from any sector are potential attendees

  • Existing Leaders
  • Developing Leaders
  • Aspiring Leaders

Brief Agenda

 

  • The importance of companies having a Behavioural Safety Vision
  • The role of leaders in achieving the vision
  • Understand the key foundations of Safety Leadership
  • Aligning all Leaders around the need to change

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.

 

Workshop - 6

 

Date

: 14th February 2018

Time

: 0800 Hrs – 1400 Hrs

Title

: Role Of Leadership And Management
Faculty

Dr. Spyridon Trous

Manager Medical Services,

The Bahrain Petroleum Company

Biography

 

Doctor Trous is a Consultant Physician in Internal Medicine and the Manager of the Medical Ser- vices Department in Bapco since 2010 and a member of several professional associations and medical committees in the EU and Bahrain.

 

He has been practicing medicine for the last 30 years and got a wide range of experience in run- ning medical and rehabilitation projects. He is interested in developing preventative medicine and health management research plans by applying the wellbeing holistic approaches in the work- place and the society, In 2015, he initiated the wellbeing Project 2020 and established a record of unique leadership and strategic vision in Bapco’s.

Duration

: 5 Hours

Overview

 

Sustainable safety performance is very dependent on an effective and sustainable Safety Man- agement System. Process Safety Management (PSM), Opertaions Excellence Management Sys- tem (OEMS) and the ISO series are all management system within which sustainable safety per- formance has been derived.

 

In this presentation, the presenter explorer the developement and implementation of safety man- agement system (SMS) that defines and communicate the requirment and expectations of the organization designed to deliver sustainable safety performance.

Who Should Attend

 

The workshop is open to all, with specific focus on CSR & sustainability professionals, practitioners, reporters, etc. Organisations of any size & from any sector are potential attendees

Brief Agenda

 

  • Occupational health and wellbeing specialist
  • Contractors - EH&S and field personel
  • Senior leaders oncluding Vice Presidents and General Managers.
  • Project management team members involved in leading & managing contractors
  • Construction and EPC Contracting Organisation
  • EH&S leaders and team members
  • Human Resources

Certification

 

On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive a certificate of attendance jointly from Global HSE and the Workshop Faculty.