Conference Day One: Tuesday, 27 March 2018

8:00 am - 8:45 am Start of conference registration and welcome refreshments

8:45 am - 8:50 am Opening remark from IQPC and introduction to Chairman

Ali Asad

Advisor and Emergency Planner
Kuwait Integrated Petrochemical Industries Company, Kuwait

9:00 am - 9:30 am Opening Keynote reserved for

Representative from, ,Kuwait National Guard

Representative from


Kuwait National Guard

PREVENT

9:30 am - 10:00 am Opening keynote: Benchmarking crisis readiness of the Middle East energy industry

Nasser Al Buhairy, Chief Security Officer & Head of Emergency Response Coordination,Kuwait Oil Company
  • Transforming Kuwait’s crisis resilience capabilities from reactive to preventive
  • Ensuring preparedness in case of any incidents related to public safety, cyber attacks and critical infrastructure security
  • Building tactical and strategic measures to develop a crisis resilience culture across various operational levels in the enterprise
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Nasser Al Buhairy

Chief Security Officer & Head of Emergency Response Coordination
Kuwait Oil Company

  • Building a centralised command centre unit to ease incident management planning
  • Assigning executive powers to various stakeholders depending upon the level of urgency
  • Developing an automated and integrated system for emergency communication and better response mechanisms

Wijdan Ali Al-Oqab

Director of Planning and Preparedness
GCC Emergency Management Center and Chairman of Kuwait Environment Protection Society, Kuwait

10:30 am - 11:00 am Managing emergency response planning

Sultan Redha, Emergency Response Planner,Equate Petrochemical Company, Kuwait
  • Main elements to prepare for emergency
  • Emergency scenario preparation
  • Emergency support and mutual aid
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Sultan Redha

Emergency Response Planner
Equate Petrochemical Company, Kuwait

  • Reviewing observations from each department in weekly and monthly meetings to assess risks
  • Taking commitment from each department after highlighting incidents with regards to issues such as fire, gas leaks, oil spills and more
  • Running emergency coordination drills after each incident assessment and closing gaps with regards to human expertise and technology requirements

Panellists:

Johnson B. Awe

Former Head, Emergency & Business Continuity Management
Petroleum Development Oman

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Dr. Musaed Al Najar

Retired Brigadier Kuwait Police and Former Assistant Director
Civil Defence, Kuwait

Ahmed Yousrey

HSSES, Civil Protection Department, Head of Operations and Crisis Management
Ministry of Interior, Egypt

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Ribbon cutting ceremony of the exhibition area & networking coffee break

PREPARE

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Advanced cyber security and IoT in protecting rigs, refineries, and headquarters

  • Understanding how today’s cyber security landscape will enhance existing security systems
  • Adopting the best solutions to secure industrial operations across this region’s oil and gas organisations
  • Foster improved understanding of IoT’s cyber security threats, the cloud, and the role physical security has in protecting critical infrastructure

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Enhancing offshore facilities security requirements to meet the current challenges

Ali Asad, Advisor and Emergency Planner,Kuwait Integrated Petrochemical Industries Company, Kuwait
  • Diversifying defense capabilities of offshore facilities to better circumvent inbound and potential harmful risks threats in the region
  • Exchanging outdated access control systems with advanced technologies
  • Improving the training of security personnel in charge of securing the offshore and subsea platforms

Ali Asad

Advisor and Emergency Planner
Kuwait Integrated Petrochemical Industries Company, Kuwait

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Establishing interorganisation drills and training policies to ensure best emergency planning

Samuel Mohammed, Ogbonnaya Okomgboeso, Officer Fire & Rescue, Jebel Dhanna Terminal Division,,ADNOC Onshore, UAE
  • Identifying the crisis communication team and training spokespersons to deliver the messages externally and internally
  • Using monitoring and notification mechanisms to validate incident reporting
  • Using phone, sms, email and other automated alert notifications integrated with alarm systems across various enterprise platforms
  • Ensuring that the entire process of communication of anticipating a crisis, communication during a crisis and post-crisis analysis is communicated smoothly

Samuel Mohammed

Ogbonnaya Okomgboeso, Officer Fire & Rescue, Jebel Dhanna Terminal Division,
ADNOC Onshore, UAE

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Medical emergency management during onshore and offshore crises

Mohamed Gouda, Health and Safety Engineer,KCC Engineering and Contracting

Mohamed Gouda

Health and Safety Engineer
KCC Engineering and Contracting

Interactive roundtable session

The following session will feature a series of interactive group discussions set in a roundtable format, rotating every 15 minutes.
There will be a maximum of 3-4 group leaders who will introduce a concept/case study to the participants followed by an interactive discussion and live feedback.

Why participate?
Interactive group discussions are an excellent opportunity to get straight to the point and ask the questions that you want to know the answers to. The group format also facilitates an excellent opportunity for networking between industry professionals.

Roundtable One

2:00 pm - 2:45 pm Uncovering the physical and psychological effects of PTSD on human capital post-crisis
Dr. Musaed Al Najar, Retired Brigadier Kuwait Police and Former Assistant Director,Civil Defence, Kuwait
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Dr. Musaed Al Najar

Retired Brigadier Kuwait Police and Former Assistant Director
Civil Defence, Kuwait

Roundtable Two

2:00 pm - 2:45 pm Mapping the best surveillance and monitoring capabilities for your organisation’s objectives

Roundtable Three

2:00 pm - 2:45 pm Procurement of emergency vehicles for Middle East terrain
Samuel Mohammed, Ogbonnaya Okomgboeso, Officer Fire & Rescue, Jebel Dhanna Terminal Division,,ADNOC Onshore, UAE

Samuel Mohammed

Ogbonnaya Okomgboeso, Officer Fire & Rescue, Jebel Dhanna Terminal Division,
ADNOC Onshore, UAE

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm Networking lunch

3:45 pm - 3:45 pm End of conference day one

The published programme is correct at time of printing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequently substitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight.