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									   21st Annual CCPS International Conference
    Process Safety Challenges in a Global Economy
         April 23-26, 2006        Orlando, FL


Sunday, April 23

6:00-8:00 PM       AIChE Opening Night Reception

Monday, April 24

7:45-9:30 AM       Joint CCPS, LPS, PPSS Opening Session

                         Opening remarks
                             Scott Berger, CCPS Director
                             Jim Thompson, PPSS Chair
                             Erdem Ural, LPS Chair
                             Tim Overton, CCPS Chair

                         Keynote Speakers:
                             Gary Veurink, Executive Vice President of
                               Manufacturing and Engineering, The Dow
                               Chemical Company
                             John Mogford, Senior Group Vice President,
                               Safety and Operations, BP

                         Special Presentation
                             Expanding the Role of the Loss Prevention
                                Professional, Past, Present and Future, Dennis
                                Hendershot and John Murphy

                         Presentation of the Bill Doyle Award for best
                          paper at the 2005 Loss Prevention Symposium

9:30-10:15 AM      Coffee and Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

10:15-12:15 PM     Process Safety Requirements and Conducting Business
                   in Foreign Countries
                   Session Chair: Shakeel Kadri, Air Products
                        John Mogford, Senior Group Vice President, Safety
                         and Operations, BP
                        Kevin Allars, UK Health and Safety Executive
                        Greg Keeports, Rohm and Haas
                        Zhao Dongfeng, Shen Ruihua, China University of
                         Petroleum
12:15-1:45 PM       Global Congress Ticketed Lunch
                    Featured Speaker Kevin Allars, UK Health and Safety
                    Executive

1:45-3:15 PM        CCPS Plenary Session: Cultivating a Global Process
                    Safety Culture
                    Chair: Lanny Duvall, Celanese
                        Howard Railton and David Hurst, How to Make
                           Problem Customers an Asset? Process Safety
                           Challenges When Working with Diverse Customers
                        Greg Schultz, The Next Generation of Chemical
                           Process Safety?—A Comparison with the Nuclear
                           Industry
                        Jack McCavit, Inherently Safer Design

3:15-4:00 PM        Coffee and Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

4:00-5:30 PM        CCPS Plenary Session: Synergies between Process
                    Safety and Security
                    Chair: Monica Stiglich
                        Susan Smith, The Problem of Likelihood: Keeping
                           Uncertainty from Undermining Security Decisions
                        DHS Overview RAMCAP
                        DHS Overview of Comprehensive Review and
                           RAMCAP

5:30-7:30 PM        Evening Reception in the Exhibit Hall (Light hors
                    d’oeuvres will be served)

Tuesday, April 25

8:00-9:30 AM        CCPS Plenary Session: Building on Lessons Learned
                    Chair: Ron Willey, Professor, Northeastern University
                       Raymond Bennett and Michael A. Polcyn, The
                           Inclusion of Construction Trailers and Modular
                           Buildings in Siting Studies
                       Monica Stiglich, Six Sigma Fire & Explosion
                           Reduction Project
                       John Woodward, James W. Wesevich, J. Kelly
                           Thomas and Quentin A. Baker, Tracing Source of
                           Ethylene Oxide Gas House Explosion Using Damage
                           Indicators and Thermal Modeling

9:30-10:15 AM       Coffee and Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

10:15 AM-12:15 PM   Plenary Session: Hazardous Materials Issues
                    Chair: Greg Keeports, Rohm and Hass
                         Marco Boers, Johan Gort and Nico H.A. Versloot,
                          Layer of Protection Analysis: Selecting cost effective
                          safety measures
                         Valerio Cozzani, Federica Barontini and Severino
                          Zanelli, Assessing the Inherent Safety of Substances:
                          precursors of Hazardous Products in the in the Loss
                          of Control of Chemical Systems
                         Bob Stankovich, Kenneth P. Moder, Walt Frank, John
                          P. Russo, Francisco Justiniano, William F. Marshall
                          and Thomas H. McGhee, Development of Hazardous
                          Material Compatibility Storage Guideline and Tool
                         Antonio Ribeiro and Paulo Fernando F. Frutuoso e
                          Melo, Impact of Failure Data Especialization in
                          Quantitative Risk Assessment of Process Plants

12:15 PM-1:45 PM   Global Congress Ticketed Lunch
                   Featured Speaker Glen Erwin, United Steelworkers (PACE)

1:45-3:15 PM       CCPS Plenary Session: Process Safety of LNG
                   Production, Transportation, and Distribution
                   Chair: Dave Jones, Chevron Texaco
                       Doug Hobbs, R.P. Cleaver and A.R. Halford, The
                          Effects of Uncertainty on Quantified Risk Assessment
                          for LNG Facilities
                       B.R. Poblete and A.R. Bingham, Lessons Learned
                          from the Application of Risk Management in the
                          Shipment of LNG
                       Dave Moore, Brad Fuller, David A. Jones and
                          Michael Hazzani, LNG Security Vulnerability
                          Assessment

3:15-4:00 PM       Coffee and Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

4:00-5:30 PM       Plenary Session: International Trends in Process Safety
                   Chair: Jim Belke, US EPA
                       Richard Gowland, Differences in European States’
                          application of the Seveso 2 Directive on Major
                          Accident Hazards
                       N. Dechy, J.M. Ham, J.J. Meulenbrugge, N.H.A.
                          Versloot, J.C. Lecoze and O. Salvi, International
                          trends in process safety regulations, enforcement,
                          cultural differences and process safety practices
                       Jaffee Suardin, Yanjun Wang, M. Sam Mannan, Mary
                          Kay O’Connor, Artie McFerrin and Mahmoud El-
                          Halwagi, The Integration of Dow’s Fire and Explosion
                          Index (F&EI) into Process Design and Optimization to
                          Achieve Inherently Safer Design
5:30-7:30 PM          Poster Session and Evening Reception in Exhibit Hall
                      (Light hors d’oeuvres will be served)

Wednesday, April 26

8:00-9:30 AM          Plenary Session: Global Approaches to Inherently Safer
                      Technology and Human Factors
                      Chair: Karen Person, CCPS
                          Paul Amyotte, Attiq U. Goraya, Dennis C. Hendershot
                             and Faisal I. Khan, Incorporation of Inherent Safety
                             Principles in Process Safety Management
                          Doug Skoyles, Chan Keng Yong, Han Xiao Feng and
                             Jim Long, Human Factors Considerations for Process
                             Safety in a Global Economy

9:30-10:15 AM         Coffee and Networking Break in Exhibit Hall

10:15 AM-12:15 PM     Plenary Session: Risk Assessment
                      Chair: Pete Lodal, Eastman Chemical
                          Colin Howat, David F. Tarverdi and Patrick R. Hinkle,
                            LOPA Application, Organization and Outcomes in the
                            Food Processing Industry
                           Nic Cavanagh and Jeremy Linn, Process Business
                             Risk – A methodology for assessing and mitigating
                             the financial impact of process plant accidents
                           Jatin Shah and Cheryl A. Grounds, Simplify EHS
                             Decision Making:Risk-based Decision Support Tools
                           Frank Van het Veld, H. Boot and F. Kootstra, Risk
                             Curves: A Comprehensive Program Package for
                             Performing a Quantitative Risk Assessment

12:15-1:45 PM         Global Congress Ticketed Lunch
                      Featured Speaker Tom Dunne, Deputy Assistant
                      Administrator, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency
                      Response (OSWER), US EPA

1:45-3:15 PM          CCPS Panel: Lessons Learned from Natural Disasters
                      Chair: Karen Tancredi, DuPont
                          Thomas A. Keefer
                          Ed Gunderson
                          Dave Moore
                          Ernesto Salzano
                          Jim Belke

3:15-3:30 PM          Coffee Break

3:30-5:00 PM          Joint Plenary Session/Case Histories and Lessons
                      Learned
                    D. Holmstrom, M. Kaszniak, Francisco Altamirano,
                     Johnnie Banks, Giby Joseph, Cheryl MacKenzie,
                     Reepa Shroff, Hillary Cohen and Stephen Wallace,
                     BP Texas City: March 23, 2005
                    Mike Broadribb and C. Eng, BP Amoco Texas City
                     Incident
                    Ron Willey, Dennis Hendershot, and Scott Berger,
                     The Accident in Bhopal: Observations 20 Years Later

5:00-5:15 PM   Global Congress Closing Remarks

								
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