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Guyana Safety Forum 2018


Theme: Building a safety culture for the new hydrocarbon industry

Arthur Chung Conference Centre

December 6th, 2018

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Guyana Safety Forum 2018


Theme: Building a safety culture for the new hydrocarbon industry

Arthur Chung Conference Centre

December 6th, 2018

The Energy Chamber will be hosting the 1st Guyana Safety Forum on December 6th, 2018.

The theme of the forum in 2018 will be “Building a safety culture for the new hydrocarbon industry”.

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:

  • What drives Safety Culture?

  • Why Safety Culture matters

  • Addressing risk with integrated ownership of safety

  • Safety and Operational Excellence

  • Contractor Safety Management: STOW and the benefits of the programme in achieving & maintaining a positive safety culture

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Speakers and Agenda


Speakers and Agenda


Speakers Include

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Session 1: Why safety culture matters and what drives the culture

  • Mike Ryan, Guyana Operations Manager, Esso Exploration & Production Guyana  

  • Earl Morris, National Advisory Committee on Safety and Health, Guyana

  • Elroy Vankennie, Occupational Health and Safety Lecturer, Nations School of Technology

Session 2: Addressing risk with integrated ownership of safety

  • Shameer Hoosein, Chief Executive Officer, Massy Gas Products Guyana

  • Sydney Alexander, HSSE Manager, DeNovo Energy Limited

  • Lars Mangal, CEO and Chairman, TOTALTEC

  • Antonia Lucky, SHE Manager, Nutrien

Session 3: Contractor Safety Management: STOW and the benefits of the programme in achieving & maintaining a positive safety culture

  • Dr Thackwray Driver, President and CEO Energy Chamber

  • Dr Natasha Gaskin- Peters, Senior Business Specialist, Centre for Local Business Development

  • Gary Frost, Managing Director, Rig Bound

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Register


Register


Date: December 6th, 2018
Venue: Arthur Chung Conference Centre
Cost: Members / Guyanese organizations: USD$400.00 | GY$$83,626 | TTD$2,720
Non-Members: USD$550.00 | GY$114,986 | TTD$3,740

NB: Please note that all prices listed may be subject to exchange rate fluctuations
Price does not include airfare or accommodation 



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