Risk papers at SPE Long Beach event
29 January 2014
Consultants from ERM’s risk business will present three papers at this year’s SPE International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment which takes place in Long Beach, California from the 17-19 March and includes ERM as a Gold Sponsor. The theme for this year’s event is “The Journey Continues” and around 1700 industry professionals are expected to attend
In contributing to a programme of 250 papers in 44 technical sessions, ERM Risk experts will cover the following topics:
- Maximising Safety Case value with meaningful workforce engagement, by Rachel Bennett, Martyn Ramsden and Rob Steer;
- Understanding the ALARP (As low as reasonably Practicable ) concept: its origin and application, by Mark Taylor and Kumar Israni;
- Managing data and information to better drive HSE performance, by Glenn Pettitt, Philip Pennicott and Stephen Bazier.
As a follow-up to Long Beach, ERM Risk Management is organizing a number of workshops in the region on the Safety Case phenomenon. Each workshop will be based on ERM’s experience of Safety Case work in the North Sea and other parts of the world in order to show their value as part of a goal setting, operator-driven approach to safety. Anyone interested in attending a Safety Case workshop should contact Elia Carreno firstname.lastname@example.org.
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