ERM technical papers and presentations from the 2014 SPE International Conference on Health, Safety, and the Environment

21 May 2014

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) hosted the SPE International Conference on Health, Safety, and the Environment in Long Beach, California, March 17-19. ERM served as a gold sponsor. The conference theme, The Journey Continues, brought together over 1000 HSE professionals from around the world to examine key developments and challenges relating to health and safety leadership, and social license to operate.

More than 200 papers and panel speakers presented a broad array of topics during the three day conference, including 9 paper presentations from ERM partners and consultants, which are now available for purchase from OnePetro. Please follow the links below for paper purchase.

Technical papers and presentations
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Ecological Value of Leave-in-Place and Reefing Options in Temperate Environments: Case Studies from Decommissioning Projects in California, USA
Author: Paul Krause*

Development of Operational and Scientific Monitoring Programs to Support Marine Spill Response
Authors: Alison Lane and Paul Krause*

Using Established Programs and Processes to Transform HSE Performance
Author: Brian Kraus

Social Investment Programs and Indigenous Communities: Field Case Study
Authors: Matthew Kuniholm*, Dana Frye and Isolina Sanchez

Documenting Failure or Driving Business, Performance? Developing and Delivering Onshore Exploration and Production Audit Programs
Author: Paul Taylor*

Incorporating Respect for Human Rights in Petroleum Projects in Papua New Guinea: Is Compliance Measurement Possible or is Performance about Setting Standards for Acceptable Practice?
Authors: Sabrina Genter* and Ian Bryson

Failure Rate Data: How Things Fail, Not Just a Numbers Game
Authors: Glenn Pettitt*, Stephen Brazier and Philip Pennicott (AGIP KCO)

Maximizing Safety Case Value with Meaningful Workforce Engagement
Authors: Rachel Bennett, Martyn Ramsden* and Rob Steer

Understanding the ALARP Concept: Its Origin and Application
Authors: Mark Taylor and Chris Israni*

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