EI LIVE | Toolbox presents | Road safety - What can we learn from previous incidents?

Conference

12/12/2022

13:00 - 14:00

Online

Join this free webinar to hear our industry speakers explore hazards associated with driving for work, share lessons learned, and present the Road Safety Standard designed and developed by subject matter experts from the Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL) in collaboration with stakeholder companies.


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Driving for work is one of the most dangerous things workers will do. Estimates suggest that up to one-third of all road traffic accidents involve someone who is at work at the time. Vehicles at work continue to be a major cause of fatal and major injuries. Thousands of incidents are being recorded yearly, some of which are fatal.

Through Learning from Incidents, organisations gather knowledge about what went wrong in the past – incidents, accidents and near misses. By analysing what happened in the past, drawing conclusions, engaging with the workforce and changing working practices, organisations can effectively prevent future incidents.

Join our speakers on Monday 12th December 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 UK Time / 17:00 – 18:00 Oman time to learn more about hazards associated with driving for work and hear about the Road Safety standard developed by Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL) in collaboration with stakeholder companies. The standard was developed by subject matter experts and designed to standardise and unify minimum requirements for the Energy industry operations in regard to Driver, Vehicles and Monitoring and Management system.

Speaker:  Anfal al Alawi | HSE Projects Lead, Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL)

Anfal is the HSE Projects Lead at Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL). Her role focuses on the standardisation of HSE sector standards aligning with lifesaving rules from IOGP. She joined OPAL in 2015 as a HSE officer and progressed through several roles gaining hands-on experience with industry stakeholders collaboration, auditing training advisors for the energy sector, and project development as part of her HSE advisory role.

Anfal dedicated 10 years of community service at the Women Association at Al Seeb as a member of the board, and looked after training, project management and planning, women and children’s rights, awareness campaigns, and domestic health and safety.

Speaker | Moderator:  Stuart King | Energy Institute

Stuart leads the EI’s work on Human Factors and Power Systems, with 12 years of experience working with the EI Human and Organisational Factors Committee (HOFCOM), Power Systems Committee (PSC), and Learning from Incidents Steering Committee.

Moderator:  Ibrahim Khan | Energy Institute

Ibrahim is part of the Energy Institute's Technical and Innovation team. He is looking after the Tripod and Hearts and Minds programmes, and is currently involved in launching a new accident and investigation tool and developing new safety culture products. Ibrahim has an MSc in Applied Social and Political Psychology from Keele University.

This webinar is free to attend but registration is required.

New bookers: You will be asked to create an Energy Institute (EI) account during the booking process. Please verify your new EI account by clicking on the link received via email. You can now proceed with booking onto the webinar. If you do not receive the verification email, please contact Alexandra aheisu@energyinst.org to validate your account.

Who should attend? 
This webinar is intended for a broad audience e.g. HSE managers, HSE specialists, site managers, team leaders, frontline workers, training professionals, LFI coordinators, incident investigators, consultants, researchers, and anyone interested in learning from incidents.


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Contact details

Alexandra Heisu: aheisu@energyinst.org

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