CE: 100 Process Safety - Human Factors – Skills and Development
Thursday, 9th June 2011 (15:30 – 18:00) - Heath Business Park, Runcorn
Process Safety Management is becoming an increasingly important topic for industry in many sectors and a particular area of relevance is Human Factors/Behaviours. This - the 100th Chemical Elements networking and knowledge sharing event – will look at key aspects of this topic area including; Leadership & Management, the work the Skills Academy has been doing with its partners and a perspective from one of our employers who has started to engage on this agenda.
Amanda Cockton - HSE will discuss how good leadership is at the core of managing a major hazard business. This presentation outlines how the findings from accident investigations have influenced current thinking, and describes some of the characteristics of good leadership. Neil Smith – NSAPI will explain how The National Skills Academy in conjunction with a number of industrialists and key stakeholders, has been working on a series of projects related to Process Safety Management. This includes, training standards and the types of competency development programs that would meet industry requirements. Clint Devine (formerly Shell Stanlow) will relate how behavioural safety training is acknowledged as the way forward for any organisation seeking to achieve a world-class safety performance and give an industrialists perspective on the programme and its benefits.
Members of Chemicals Northwest - FREE
Non members - £50 + VAT (please note non-members will still be charged for places on the event if you do not attend and do not give us 48 hours notice if you cannot attend)
To book onto the event please click on the "book this event" below.amanda_cockton.pdf
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