Saving lives in the pipeline industry
In spite of substantial efforts made by the pipeline industry in health and safety, IPLOCA members still reported 9 fatalities for 2017, most of them considered as being preventable by the IPLOCA HSE & CSR Committee.
Using members’ experience and data, the 2018 workshop covered technical and organisational aspects of safety with a specific focus on fatal events reported.
The agenda for the meeting included international speakers from the industry. The afternoon group work focused on tools and strategies to save lives in the pipeline industry. It was followed by a dinner in a local restaurant.
IPLOCA HSE & CSR Committee
Sue Sljivic, Chair of the Committee
2018 IPLOCA Health & Safety Award sponsored by Chevron
Winner and Runners-up initiatives
Safety Tag for lifting parts
Guillaume Hommey, Corporate Health & Safety Manager QHSE Department, and Bruno Pomaré, Technical Director, SPIECAPAG
“Off-the-job Safety” campaign
Mustafa Aslan, Total Quality and HSE Management Representative, Tekfen Construction and Installation
“T-Rex” & Safety Revolution
Giuliano Gelmi, Asset Manager, Giacomo Scozzesi, Logistic Manager, and Emanuele Stallone, Corporate HSE Engineer, Bonatti
7 Insights into Safety Leadership: How safety leadership impacts the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities
Filip Coumans, Executive Consultant, EMEA, Krause Bell Group
Root Cause Analysis of fatalities in the pipeline industry: A detailed evaluation of the causes of the fatalities reported by IPLOCA Members on pipeline construction projects in the 2017 HSE report
Martin Geer, Associate Director, RSK Group
The decision to organise last year’s workshop in conjunction with the Novel Construction Initiative Fall Session proved to be successful so the same set up was repeated this year.
IPLOCA once again offered a webcast to those who could not attend. People who choose this option were able to watch most of the presentations live and submit questions in writing. To review the agenda, please click here.