2013-09-06 13:23:23 - Summit in Brazil to focus on Health, Safety and Environment - HSE practices that will help safeguard the environment
Industrial flares from refineries and chemical plants is a growing concern as it releases harmful gases like sulfur dioxide, methane and carbon dioxide among others. The amount of gas flared from production in the Bakken region in North Dakota grew by 2.5 times between May 2011 and May 2013. US, Russia, Nigeria and Iraq are among the top ten flaring countries. In an effort to reduce air pollution and promote clean air Shell will be spending $100 million on innovative technologies.
2nd Annual LatAm HSE in Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals and Energy to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 18-19 November will gather HSE experts in and around the region to discuss and promote the latest environment and safety procedures.
With an effective blend of case studies and panel discussions the summit will cover topics like waste minimization practices in the petroleum industry, HSE management system & human behavior, health rehabilitation after accidents and the effects of organizational culture on the reliability of emergency planning.
Latest to join the speaker panel is Joaquin A. Romero Gutierrez, Health, Safety and Environment Manager - Brazil at Baker Hughes. Presenting on creating a safe and a healthy environment culture Gutierrez will focus on various aspects contributing to it like team work, organization's success and an employee's commitment towards HSE practices. Gutierrez is a Petroleum Engineer with more than 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.
Speakers at the summit will be representing organizations like Ministry of Energy & Minerals, Statoil South America, Pluspetrol, Institute of Safety and Health Management, OSX Brasil, Shell and PEMEX. The summit will be an excellent opportunity for delegates to interact with HSE experts and to learn and implement the latest health and safety practices. The summit being supported by The Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) and Belgian maintenance association BEMAS.
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