Simple But Effective Approach to Hazardous Analysis in Oil & Gas Industry by webworm

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									THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA
Bangunan Ingenieur, Lots 60 & 62, Jalan 52/4, P.O. Box 223, Jalan Sultan, 46720 Petaling Jaya Tel: 03-7968 4001/4002 Fax: 03-7957 7678 E-mail: sec@iem.org.my Homepage: http://www.iem.org.my

TALK ON “The Bowtie Technique – Simple but Effective Approach to Hazard Analysis in Oil & Gas Industry”
(Organised by Oil, Gas and Mining Technical Division in collaboration with Young Engineers Section, IEM)

Date : Time : Venue : Speaker :

22 November 2008 (Saturday) 9.30 am to 10.30 am ( Refreshment will be served at 9.00 am.) Conference Hall, Bangunan Ingenieur, Petaling Jaya En. Syed Zaidul Hamzah

BEM Approved
CPD/PDP HOURS: 2 Ref No: IEM08/HQ/278 /T

SYNOPSIS
It has been a standard industrial practice to carry out hazard analysis for hazardous operations. However, accidents still happen and occasionally, the consequential losses are alarming. In many cases, the accidents could have been prevented if the hazard analysis had been more effectively completed or if the analysis findings (information pertaining the hazards and their controls) are communicated and hence, appreciated by everyone. In response to this, the Bowtie technique was invented and is being increasingly adopted in the oil & gas industry. It is simple and can be applied for all types of hazard such as fire/explosion, environmental pollution, work-related accidents, transportation accidents, security threat,health hazards and may others. It is suitable for other industries as well e.g. construction, fabrication, manufacturing, aviation, shipping etc. The Bow-tie technique emphasises on a pragmatic approach to identify not only hazard controls but also measures required to ensure the effectiveness of the identified controls. The overall findings are graphically presented in a bowtie-like skeleton that allows easy understanding and communication.

BIODATA OF SPEAKER
Syed Zaiful Hamzah specialises in risk assessment, technical safety and HSE management. He has 16 years experience in the oil & gas industry encompassing plant operations, corporate risk management and consultancy services. He has undertaken various quantitative and qualitative risk/safety assessments for clients in Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, China, India, U.A.E, Azerbaijan, Norway, Spain, Germany and U.S.A. His key expertise is in the application of various hazard identification/analysis techniques such as HAZOP, HAZID, FMEA, SWIFT, Bowtie, JHA etc. Syed Zaiful Hamzah holds a B.Sc. in Chemical and Petroleum – Refining Engineering. He is a DOSH-Registered Competent Person (Major Hazard – CIMAH Regulations). He is currently a Principal Consultant with Risktec (M) Sdn Bhd. Engr. Muhamad Apandi Osman Chairman Oil, Gas and Mining Technical Division Announcement to note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Talk is STRICTLY for IEM members only (walk in) Limited seats available on a "first come first served" basis. (maximum 110 participants) No telephone and/or fax reservation will be entertained. Latecomers will not be allowed entrance, if the lecture hall is full. Please bring along this flyer and membership card for confirmation of attendance (CPD purpose).

For IEM members, membership cards MUST be presented for identification purpose. Members who fail to show their membership card will be charged a fee of RM20.00. FUNDS FOR IEM NEW BUILDING Kindly be informed that IEM will be charging participants RM10.00 administrative fee to evening talks organized by IEM. The fee would be used for overhead costs, building maintenance expenses as well as to support the purchase of the new building. Students are however exempted. Your understanding is greatly appreciated. CPD HOURS CONFIRMATION Name of Member: .......................................................................... M’ship No: ................................................ Signature: ………………………………. Date : ..........................................................


								
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