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Guyana Safety Forum 2019


Theme: Building a robust safety culture for private sector development

Arthur Chung Conference Centre

October 16th, 2019

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Guyana Safety Forum 2019


Theme: Building a robust safety culture for private sector development

Arthur Chung Conference Centre

October 16th, 2019

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The Energy Chamber will be hosting the 2nd Guyana Safety Forum on October 16th, 2019.

The theme of the forum in 2019 will be Building a robust safety culture for private sector development

A safety culture is crucial for the development the energy sector in any nation. There are many inherent risks in the energy sector but, through a deep understanding of the risks there are pathways to safe and efficient operations. At the forum, industry leaders will share perspectives on developing a safety culture, addressing risk, safety and operational excellence and contractor management.

Objectives for the forum:

  • Discuss the role and importance of safety culture in achieving the desired HSE performance in the hydrocarbon industry

  • Evaluate current approaches to safety culture and explore strategies to improve safety culture in the industry

  • Discuss the importance of engagement of employees to achieve the desired safety culture

Topics to be discussed:

  • Safety and Business Performance

  • Contractor Safety Management: Meeting the requirements for the international oil and gas industry

  • Training and Assessment of HSE Professionals

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Speakers


Speakers


Feature Speakers

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The Honourable Amna Ally

Minister of Social Protection in Guyana

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Dr. Vincent Adams

Executive Director, Environmental Protection Agency, Guyana

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Earl Morris

Chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Safety and Health

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Luis Aguilar

President and CEO, Houston Area Safety Council

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Brandon Grosvenor

Vice President of Strategic Development – Americas, OPITO

 

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Agenda


Agenda


Opening Ceremony

Opening Remarks: Dr Thackwray Driver, President and CEO, Energy Chamber

Sponsors remarks

Feature Address: The Honourable, Ms. Amna Ally, Minister of Social Protection in Guyana

Gwen King, Occupational Safety & Health Consultant, Minister of Social Protection in Guyana

Session 1: Safety and Business Performance

Representative from Exxon

Lekhnaraine Shivraj , CEO of Massy Gas Products Guyana. 

Q&A- Facilitator- Dr. Thackwray Driver, President and CEO, Energy Chamber

LUNCH

Session 2: Contractor Safety Management: Meeting the requirements for the international oil and gas industry

Fitzroy Harewood, Chairman, STOW Board

Dr. Thackwray Driver, President and CEO, Energy Chamber

Dr. Vincent Adams, Executive Director, Environmental Protection Agency, Guyana

Q&A- Facilitator- Dr. Thackwray Driver, President and CEO, Energy Chamber

BREAK

 Session 3: Training and Assessment of HSE Professionals

Anthony Vieira, Managing Director, HHSL Safety Systems Limited

Brandon Grosvenor, Vice President of Strategic Development – Americas, OPITO

Luis Aguilar, President and CEO, Houston Area Safety Council

Earl Morris, Chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Safety and Health

Q&A and Closing Remarks- Dr. Thackwray Driver, President and CEO, Energy Chamber

 

 

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Register


Register


Date: October 16th, 2019
Venue: Arthur Chung Conference Centre
Cost: Members / Guyanese organizations: USD$450.00
Non-Members: USD$550.00

NB: Price does not include airfare or accommodation 

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Guyana Safety Forum Trade Show


Guyana Safety Forum Trade Show


Trade Show Map

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There are 10 booth spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Booth Spaces: All booth spaces are 6ft x 6ft
Cost: US$500 +VAT
Includes: a skirted table, 2 chairs, 3 walls, an electrical outlet.The cost also includes breakfast, lunch and 2 coffee breaks for one person. 

To book your space, download the form and email the completed form to michelle@energy.tt