Safety is no accident: How Operational Excellence can establish a culture of safety in Oil & Gas
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Whether it is in response to government regulations or initiatives to mitigate operational risks, establishing a culture of safety is a top priority for most oil and gas operations and maintenance teams.
In this webcast, you will:
- Learn how a comprehensive approach to operational excellence can instil the fundamental characteristics of a robust safety culture
- Explore how a strong information management strategy is essential
- Hear real-world challenges, examples and their solutions
Learn how forward-thinking organizations are instituting safety best practices that
- Ensure compliance
- Manage essential records
- Facilitate management of change
Dr. Shemwell, Managing Director of The Rapid Response Institute is an authority and thought leader in field operations and risk management with over 30 years in the energy sector leading turnaround and transformation processes for global S&P 500 organizations as well as start-up and professional service firms.
Dr. Shemwell has authored over 300 articles and presentations and three books; Essays on Business and Information, volumes I & II and just released, implementing a Culture of Safety: A Roadmap for Performance Based Compliance as co-author. He also serves as a member of the PennEnergy Research Advisory Board.
Martin is a member of the Energy Industry Solutions business within EMC’s IIG division. In 2010 Martin set up a team to design, develop and deploy content management solutions focused on the Energy Industry. Based on many years previous experience of content management Martin and his team built the Energy Industry solution suites and took them to market in mid 2011 – the EPFM suite.
Martin joined EMC in 2004 to develop the EMC IIG services business. Martin was initially based in the UK and focused on the EMEA market. Martin built the EMEA services team and developed the business from $10m to $50m per year in revenue.