How BP’s Human Performance Framework is Improving Site Safety

Learning from Human Error. An interview with Hugo Ashkar, Global Risk Manager at BP




How BP’s Human Performance Framework is Improving Site Safety

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We sat down with Hugo Ashkar, Global Risk Manager at BP, to discuss his work in human performance and the role of human factors in overall risk management.

Hugo leads the execution of risk management activities in BP’s global portfolio of major upstream construction projects, both on-shore and off-shore. His are the largest projects organization in BP, and he currently has 60-75 projects and any given time, all of which are considered major projects in terms of complexity and or capital investment.

He is responsible for deploying a holistic project risk management process. He develops process improvements, capture learnings, and on the people side, he's also responsible for growing the risk management profession by developing competency and providing training.

Download this exclusive interview to learn how BP is:

  • Researching the link between safety incidents and risk management barrier weaknesses
  • Understanding human performance in the context of the oil and gas industry
  • Developing a Human Performance Framework

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