Why is it important? Role of risk management in supporting Goal Zero: No Harm, No Leaks
Risk in project lifecycle: from early opportunity to steady state operation
Achieving the balance: Personal Health and Safety vs Process Safety risks
What’s in the toolbox? Examples of methodologies available
How much is enough? Applying ALARP vs SFAIRP and potential legal implications
Importance of communication for successful risk management
Date: Tuesday 7th August 2018 Venue: The Celtic Club, 48 Ord Street, West Perth WA 6005 Time: 5.30pm start; buffet dinner from 6.00pm; presentation commencing at 6.45pm in the meeting room upstairs Dinner includes: buffet variety of two roasted meats, selection of salads and pasta, dessert and coffee-tea. Drinks at bar price. Plus a unique 50th Anniversary ANZSOM cake!
Sergey is an accomplished Health Safety and Environment professional with 20 years’ experience in international oil and gas industry. He holds Bachelor degree in Linguistics, Master of Science in Environment Engineering, and working toward completing his Masters of Science in Energy Economics with Curtin University.
His current role is Health, Safety and Environment Risk and Assurance Advisor for Shell Australia with responsibility for ensuring consistent approach to managing HSSE risks across Shell Australia’s portfolio of assets including Queensland Gas Company in Queensland and Prelude Floating LNG off the coast of north-west WA. Prior to this role, Sergey led Shell Australia HSSE Systems Planning and Assurance team in the development of effective HSSE systems and processes in preparation for Prelude FLNG operatorship.
His previous experience includes HSSE leadership roles in variety of operational environments including upstream projects, offshore drilling and production, commissioning and steady state operations culminating in successful delivery of the world’s first arctic LNG project with Shell in Russia.