Asset & Pipeline Integrity: A Step By Step Approach To Build ‘Inherent Safety’ In Your Strategy
Presenter: Richard Pocock
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012,
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
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‘Inherent safety’ is about improving design to eliminate, minimize and avoid hazards and risk, rather than simply controlling or managing them. Whilst a laudable aim in theory, applying this concept in practice, across a variety of facilities in a range of operating environments poses a number of critical challenges.
In this presentation, Richard Pocock – who has overall responsibility for the process by which Woodside Energy manages integrity on an organizational level - will share the lessons learned from its experience in successfully linking inherent safety and asset integrity in to the fabric of the company. It will include:
- Overcoming the key barriers to success in effectively incorporating inherent safety into your asset integrity strategy
- Changing your organizational culture to increase the visibility and corporate buy-in to successfully embed integrity as a core value
Steps you can take to maintain the momentum and enhance the impact of your integrity activities
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Senior Integrity and Safety Risk Manager
Richard is responsible for managing the integrity function within Woodside Energy, and brings more than 20 years’ experience to the role. Richard began his career working with major contractors on petrochemical projects both onshore and offshore, initially as a Process/Utilities Engineer, then as a Fire and Safety Engineer specialising in offshore oil and gas projects. He subsequently spent ten years with Lloyd’s Register as a safety and risk consultant where he was responsible for a wide range of studies for existing and proposed offshore, marine, industrial and transport facilities.
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