SPE Health, Safety, Security, Environment, & Social Responsibility Conference - North America

18-20 April 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Number of conference papers: 50

Day 1
18 April 2017

Session 2: Panel: Road Safety: Based on Statistics, Planning the Journey is Even More Important Than Planning the Job

Land transport related incidents continue to be the single greatest common cause of fatalities in the upstream O&G industry as identified by NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety) and IOGP (International Organization of Oil and Gas Producers) affecting our business, our people, and the communities we live and operate in. This session first discusses two key factors for road safety: implementation of the final rule on ELDs (electronic logging devices for drivers) to address compliance and driver fatigue; and elements of success for a driver management system. It will then discuss industry road safety "life saving rules" as an integrated part of an operating management system framework as developed by IOGP.
Seidl, John, Integrated Risk Solutions
184461-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Allen, Pete, MiX Telematics
184439-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Session 3: Leading Indicators

One of the hardest tasks HSE professionals and business leaders face is how to measure and predict the direction of HSE performance for an asset, project, or business unit. This session is designed to help understand the data and information available, and how different areas of the business use leading indicators to guide HSE performance towards meaningful improvement. The papers present case studies and detail using leading indicator data, learning algorithms, and developing HSE strategies for project success.
Jablonowski, Christopher J., Shell Exploration & Production Company
184462-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Wharton, Andrew, Shell Global Solutions International BV
184422-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Das, Bibek, SafeQ Services, University of Houston
184417-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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