Senior Leaders and Process Safety: The Role and The Opportunity

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Executive or Senior Manager of a company which has made major investments into Process Safety systems such as Management of Change, Risk Identification, Mechanical Integrity, etc. are invited to this interactive course. The role that culture plays in catastrophic events, the critical role a manager has personally in establishing such a culture, and what good culture for Process Safety looks like are examined. Real-world accident case studies which outline the major threat that comes from the normalization of deviation and how the established culture can minimize such a threat are reviewed. The importance of having managers at every level who understand the high–consequence events which could occur in their area and also the barriers which they must ensure are maintained at high-integrity are discussed.

The course will introduce best-practices in industry for maintaining critical process safety competencies in managers and gives participants an understanding of key investments available to their organization which can bring significant returns to the bottom line via increased same-plant productions capacities, raw material and energy efficiencies, and plant reliability – investments which, at the same time, decrease risk for catastrophic events.

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