OVERVIEW

Do you really know what tomorrow will bring?

How confident are you that a serious – even potentially catastrophic – incident isn’t just around the next corner? An event so damaging, that it may just undermine your ability to sustain future operations.

If your organization has ever been surprised or caught off-guard by a sudden deterioration in its operating performance, it may be that you’re simply not getting the whole picture when it comes to Operational Risk and HSSE Management. When organizations measure performance by outputs and results the rule of thumb is often that if nothing bad has happened today, then expect tomorrow to simply bring more of the same. But an imperfect system cannot deliver perfect results. So, when it comes to Operational Risk and HSSE Management, other ways of work need to be employed that provide not only a more accurate picture of performance but can help deliver a level of assurance around tomorrow’s fixed operating costs.

Despite record low injury rates being achieved by many different organizations and across many different industries, serious incidents – with potentially catastrophic consequences – continue to be incurred. As a result, new research has begun to question the progress made in how organizations manage their major operating risks and insulate themselves from financial ruin. What has become evident, is that the established and familiar operating assumptions that good personal safety must always translate to good process safety are not just being challenged, but are seemingly becoming increasingly derailed precisely at a time when the margin for serious operating incidents in many industries has all but been cut to zero.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

• Chief Operating Officers
• Vice Presidents HSSE
• Senior Operations Managers
• Engineering Managers
• Risk Managers
• Project Managers
• Human Resource Managers
• HSSE Managers
• Maintenance & Reliability Managers
• Process Managers

• Compliance Managers
• HAZID / HAZAN / HAZOP Engineers
• Plant Integrity Managers and Engineers
• IT Engineers (Digital Platforms for HSSE / Operational Risk management)
• HSSE and Operational Risk Audit Managers
• Training & Development Managers
• QA / QC Managers
• Procurement (Contractor Management) Managers
• Incident Investigation / Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Managers
• Process Managers

PARTICIPANTS TAKEAWAY

• Immediately recognize the fundamental differences between the management of Occupational Injuries and Major Operating Risk.
• Learn how to re-tool established ways of work to provide an effective “line of sight” between the management of key HSSE / Operational Risks and the actions and behaviors of front-line workers.
• Distinguish between the execution of work (as part of Occupational Injury Prevention) and performing work to the correct standard (as part of Barrier assurance and the management of major HSSE / Operating Risks).
• Understand the role of Visible Leadership in driving performance excellence.
• Shift the focus of performance management from principally looking at outputs and results to focus on actions and behaviors.
• Learn that Human Error is simply a convenient term used to describe a broad range of non-compliance challenges but on its own, provides no real learning value.
• Become familiar with leading edge tools and techniques to recognize the difference in the four main performance challenges related to Human Error.
• Learn how to develop effective corrective to address the four main performance challenges related to Human Error.
• Recognize how to utilize different types of motivation techniques for individuals, teams and the wider organization.
• Learn through multiple case studies how to translate new ideas and new ways of working into “hands-on” practical tools and techniques which upon completion of the workshop can easily be implemented within existing HSSE Management Systems.

AGENDA

DAY 1
1 MAR 2021

SESSION 1: “The Emperor Has No Clothes” An Introduction to Operational Risk

SESSION 2: “Time for a Reality Check” Why traditional metrics and solutions may actually work against you

SESSION 3: “What’s Really Important?” – Major Operating / HSSE Risk vs. Occupational Injuries

SESSION 4: “Getting Organized” – Managing Major Operating / HSSE Risk via Barriers and the “X” Matrix

DAY 2
2 MAR 2021

SESSION 5: “Building a clear line of sight” – The Integrated System of Work (ISoW) for managing both Major Operating Risk & Occupational Injuries

SESSION 6: “Doing what’s right not what’s easy” – P-U-M-ATM and the 2 x 2 Matrix: Ability vs. Motivation & Isolated vs. Systemic

SESSION 7: “Building a reliable picture of performance” – Barrier Assurance via MBWA: Measuring the Operating Culture via Barrier Management

DAY 3
3 MAR 2021

SESSION 8: “Putting it all together” – Re-tooled Incident Management

CONTACT US TO REGISTER!

HSE Masterclass is schedule on the 1st to the 3rd of March 2021, Monday to Wednesday from 9AM to 5PM - Dubai Time (GMT+4).

CONTACT:
info@verve-management.com
+971 4 243 4677 / 88

CONTACT US TO REGISTER!

HSE Masterclass is schedule on the 1st to the 3rd of March 2021, Monday to Wednesday from 9AM to 5PM - Dubai Time (GMT+4).

CONTACT:
info@verve-management.com
+971 4 243 4677 / 88

CONTACT US TO REGISTER!

HSE Masterclass is schedule on the 1st to the 3rd of March 2021, Monday to Wednesday from 9AM to 5PM - Dubai Time (GMT+4).

CONTACT:
info@verve-management.com
+971 4 243 4677 / 88

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Yzel Alarcon   Operations Business Solution Manager   +971 56 2152121   yzel@verve-management.com