Avoid Incidents Through Safe Policies, Procedures and Practices
The implementation of comprehensive, concise, and accurate process safety procedures are recognised as the most effective means of avoiding fire and explosion incidents and near misses.
Policies and procedures encompass a range of safeguards designed to ensure safety. Safe operating procedures, risk assessments, asset maintenance and inspection, management of change and safe work practices ensure that the measures installed will be effective.
Organisations must strive for harmonious alignment among their policies, procedures, and safe working practices to create a safe working environment.
Please join our webinar to learn more about effective strategies for implementing your process safety policies, procedures, and practices.
What you’ll learn:
- How to develop comprehensive national/international policies and procedures to foster a holistic approach.
- How to identify essential components for establishing realistic process safety objectives.
- The benefits of regular impartial and independent reviews of your safety policies, procedures and practices to maintain site safety.
This webinar is best for:
- HSE Directors
- Chief Officers/Directors (CEO, Engineer, Risk)
- EHS Specialists, Managers, Supervisors and Engineers
- Thursday 22nd June 2023, 10AM BST
Register for free
Technical Speaker – Dr Mark Bunch, Senior Process Safety Consultant, Sigma-HSE
Dr Bunch received his MEng and PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Leeds. He has over 20 years of experience working across multiple industries including food and drink, bulk and fine
chemicals, pharmaceuticals and explosives.
Throughout his career, Dr Bunch has provided a range of HAZOP and HAZID, Human Reliability Assessment, Functional Safety Management, DSEAR and LOPA using material that he developed over a number of years.
Dr Bunch remains passionate about education and continuous improvement in process safety (CPD) and has served, to this end, and at various times, on the Science Employers’ Board of Park Lane College in Leeds, the committee of the Education Subject Group of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and the British Chemical Engineering Contractors Association