Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 28 March 2018

8:00 am - 8:50 am Start of conference registration and welcome refreshments

Ali Asad

Advisor and Emergency Planner
Kuwait Integrated Petrochemical Industries Company, Kuwait

RESPOND

9:00 am - 9:30 am Opening keynote - Environment Protection Authority: Efficiently responding to energy crisis matters


Session reserved for Kuwait Environment Protection Authority

9:30 am - 10:00 am Using a risk register as a tool for performance management and to mitigate risks

Nisar Khan - Senior Manager, Group Risk Management Kuwait Finance House
  • Using the risk register to develop strategies for action items as a part of long-term mitigation planning
  • Combining existing business processes and risk register data to develop performance enhancement models in driving operational excellence
  • Sharing results with planning and conducting regular audits so that risk intelligence can be further enhanced

Nisar Khan

Senior Manager, Group Risk Management
Kuwait Finance House

10:00 am - 10:30 am Improving cross-border, multi-agency oil spill response tactics

Capt. Musaed Salman - Team Leader, Oil Spill Response Kuwait Petroleum Company, Kuwait
Working cooperatively with other regional bodies to best assess and effectively respond to incidents both on and offshore

Capt. Musaed Salman

Team Leader, Oil Spill Response
Kuwait Petroleum Company, Kuwait

  • Identifying the capabilities needed by crisis staff and managers to better lead internal teams
  • Analyse the gap existing in today’s market to mitigate poor planning and handling of future crises
  • Ensuring the necessary stakeholders are involved in local risk management designs with a unified strategy for crises response
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Nasser Al Buhairy

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

Daman Dev Sood

FBCS, AFBCI, CBCI, SMIEEE, MAIMA, ISO 22301 LA & Expert, COO
Continuity and Resilience

11:00 am - 11:30 am Networking coffee break

RECOVER

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Satellite remote sensing for best crisis management

  • Using integrated data visualisation, real-time collaboration and analytics to assist during times of emergency
  • Using software to locate and map assets, develop online dashboards and analytical algorithms for better operational and situational awareness during a crisis
  • Planning and coordinating response efforts and using the emergency software for better allocation of resources during an emergency

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Enhancing business continuity capabilities needed to manage every size and type of crisis at the tactical, command, strategic, state and federal levels

Mustafa Calik - Security Coordinator Tecnicas Reunidas, Al-Zour Refinery Project of KIPIC, Kuwait
  • Developing decision support tools that provide rapid threat assessment for explosives, chemical threats and hazardous materials
  • Data integration across various mobile, laptop and web platforms to assist in emergency services carried out by various stakeholders in a crisis
  • Allowing functionality in software that allows the emergency responder to upload photos and videos even from remote locations to speed up the incident response process

Mustafa Calik

Security Coordinator
Tecnicas Reunidas, Al-Zour Refinery Project of KIPIC, Kuwait

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Advanced site remediation and treatment techniques for the GCC

Hosam Ali A. Jamal - Senior Environment Engineer – Field Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait
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Hosam Ali A. Jamal

Senior Environment Engineer – Field
Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm The future of fire safety design to meet today’s complex industrial and commercial developments

  • Developing a framework to advance probabilistic risk assessments involved in the design process of both on and off shore facilities
  • Involving multiple stakeholders in the planning, installation, and code sequencing process to ensure uniformity across all facility operators
  • Identifying the future of digital technology tools to aid in both the redesign of legacy structures as well as new developments

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Networking lunch

2:30 pm - 2:30 pm End of conference day two

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.