IEM Shout Out – Talk, Lessons learnt from Past Process Safety Incidents


This is a shout out for the IEM. The Chemical Engineering Technical Division (know as CETD to friends) will be having a pre-AGM talk on Saturday, 3rd October, 2015, presented by Mohd Rizal Mohd Tajuddin.

The talk is intended to provide an appreciation of past process safety incidents, identify the common underlying causes amongst the famous past process safety incidents, the lessons that have and can further be learnt, barriers that have hindered opportunities to prevent repeat events and suggested enablers to incorporate lessons into the heart of engineering.

As for the speaker:

Mohd Rizal Mohd Tajuddin is a Technical Safety Engineer with almost fifteen (15+) years of working experience, in both engineering and operations. He has worked on diverse projects in chemical industries, petrochemical industries, water treatment facilities, onshore and offshore facilities locally and internationally. He was trained as a Technical Safety cum Process Safety Engineer with PLC International, Worley Parsons, PETROFAC and PETRONAS. He was the Technical Safety Specialist of Upstream HSE, PETRONAS. He has been working with various projects starting from conceptual stage until handover and follow on to Operation and Maintenance phases with various Oil and Gas Operators BP, ExxonMobil, PETRONAS, SHELL, ConocoPhillips and Woodside. He has been seconded to various project offices including overseas assignment to Jakarta, Indonesia as well as Perth, Australia for ConocoPhillips and Woodside projects. His expertise include engineering safety, risk assessment and management, asset integrity and reliability.

You can register for the talk here. Also register for the AGM, please.

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