Conferences to focus on hazardous industry
Aberdeen, Scotland, September 2, 2013
Petrotechnics, the global leader in transforming frontline operational performance and lowering operational risk in hazardous industries, is set to focus on key issues, trends and challenges faced by hazardous industry operating environments.
The company will organise a programme of six hazardous industry conference in 2013 and 2014, in partnership with Fleming Gulf, the leading providers of business intelligence through industry-specific conferences.
The conferences will consider new approaches to effectively address key issues around how organisations balance workload against risk according to policy to achieve their operational priorities, with focus on operational risk management, asset integrity risk, work management and policy management.
The programmes will feature thought provoking perspectives, practical examples from industry experts and debates to provide individuals with different outlooks on how they can be the catalyst for positive change within their organisations.
Scott Lehmann, VP - product management and marketing, said: “Working with Fleming Gulf, Petrotechnics will apply our 20 years of industry experience in helping companies improve production efficiency and lower operational risk. The partnership will see us work together addressing industry professionals in key regions globally and deliver the right platform for us to execute thought provoking conferences and to provide industry leaders with the opportunity to share learning”.
John Paul, business development director, Fleming Gulf said: “With Petrotechnics’ extensive track record and deep domain expertise, the partnership allows us to craft compelling agendas and to promote insightful discussion into optimising safe and efficient operations and mitigating against potential impacts to production”.
The conferences will provide opportunity for individuals to take away specialist insight in understanding how to deliver continuous improvement and work towards achieving operational excellence.
Through a varied programme of tailored conferences Fleming Gulf has brought together approximately 100,000 professionals representing industries including security and defence, finance, human resources, health, safety and environment, life sciences, mining, oil and gas, telecom and IT, transport, utilities and supply chain and logistics.
The first conference is the ninth Annual HSE Forum in Energy, to take place from September 30 to October 2 in Doha, followed by the third Annual Plant Shutdown and Turnaround Conference, to take place in Doha from November 18 to 20, themed on Improving Ground Zero Realities through Effective Outage Management. - TradeArabia News Service
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