Achieving excellence by driving process safety culture and leadership

The oil and gas industry is potentially one of the most hazardous industry sectors in the MENA regions. For example, It has been estimated that the rate of accidents of it is 2.5% higher than construction industry and 7% than other critical sectors.

The combination of powerful equipment, flammable chemicals and processes that are under high pressure can lead to hazardous and even deadly incidents. That’s why it’s essential for hse professional in oil and gas to identify communicate and constantly train recommended safety controls and hazards that exist to each employee.

The process safety management discipline involves the full work-chain of the upstream, downstream and mid-stream sector, and it has the aim to prevent catastrophes.

The 11th edition of the annual process safety management summit, taking place in Abu Dhabi on September 23-26, will offer you the opportunity to detail investigate into the best practices currently used by the main GCC oil and gas companies by focusing into safety critical equipment, safety critical instruments and new technologies for a robust process safety culture .

Hear from leading process safety experts including:

Michael John Godfrey

Process Safety Section Lead
BP Kuwait

Eng. Imran Haider

Head Process Safety
SIPCHEM Saudi Arabia

Waleed Al-Sulami

Operation Unit Head
Saudi Aramco Saudi Arabia

Fabrizio Gambetti

Process Safety Manager
ENI Italy

Deauna Jowy

Process Engineer
SABIC Saudi Arabiav

Ali Al Lawati

Operation Excellence Manager
Petrogas Oman

Benoy Joseph

Benoy Joseph Process Safety Expert

Mahmoud Selim

Integrity Technical Authority
PDO, Oman

Why you cannot miss this event?

Celebrate proactive efforts and achievements of PSM teams and encouraging next generation innovations like artificial intelligence, blockchain and IOT to improve PSM

Overcome gaps in management of change process with a systematic improvement program that’s also sustains and promotes safety culture

Learn how to lower incident rates across HAZOP, SIL and LOPA without disrupting production efficiencies

Bridging the gap between policy, process and operations by using efficient integrated systems of work

Reducing insurance premiums and also increasing morale of the workforce

Who should attend?

Process safety/Process control and engineering

Assets Integrity



Production and

Mechanical integrity, maintenance and reliability

Loss prevention &
fire safety

Inspection &

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