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"Getting to Zero - The Road to Stavanger" - Latin American and Caribbean Region

Elimination of HSE incident occurrences is being achieved by more and more organizations. The Best Practices they are employing are being seen as a way to catalyze a break-through in the industry. The goal is to reestablish for the industry, the improvement trend in HSE performance metrics that was being seen a few years ago, but has recently plateaued.

The fourth in a series of events leading to a culminating workshop that will be held with the 2016 SPE International HSE Conference in Stavanger, the SPE Gulf Coast Section is hosting an interactive session to initiate the industry's conversation as to how we can eliminate HSE incident occurrence. During the session, participants will hear how Baker Hughes established their Perfect HSE Day and the remarkable results it has provided, quadrupling their number of incident free days in only two years, achieving the equivalent of a perfect quarter in 2014. Additionally, through audience interaction, your voice will be heard in assisting to frame a roadmap for the industry that will be used in subsequent “Getting to Zero – The Road to Stavanger" events, all leading to the 2016 industry workshop intended to produce a way forward for the industry; and, as well to be published and tracked in SPE Now. Your experience and ideas are needed to help shape the future of the industry to be able to achieve this vision. And, to help answer and provide context we will explore the following:

What's our Baseline

Current range of FIR, TRIR & LTIR (in million hours worked) and MVCR (in million kilometers driven) of local companies attending the session;
% of companies attending the session that are actively pursuing Incident Free with specific efforts;
Describe the various ways Incident Free is being defined;
Identify barriers to be overcome to challenge belief of Incident Free not being believed as achievable;
Identify Incident Free actions being taken by companies;

What's our Path forward

Propose individual company or joint actions to promote Incident Free achievement;
Propose leading indicators to drive achievement;
Propose lagging indicators to measure progress.

Jack Hinton

Chief Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Officer, Baker Hughes

With 40 years of experience, Dr. Hinton is known across the industry for his insights into strategic directions that yield efficiency, effectiveness, and step-change. Hinton most recently served as Executive Vice President of Health, Safety and Environment at Baker Hughes.

Prior to joining Baker Hughes in 2005, Hinton spent two years as a dean and professor at the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research. He previously spent 26 years at Texaco serving in leadership roles that included Director of Environment, Health, and Safety and Vice President of International Petroleum. Hinton started his career as a field engineer with Procon, a subsidiary of Universal Oil Products, building a vacuumpipe still at the Texas City Refinery.

Hinton currently sits on the Management Committee of the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP), as well as the Board of the Center for Offshore Safety. He is a member of the Kazakh-British Technical University Business School Advisory Board and serves as Chairman on the Board of Advisors for the Southwest Center for Occupational and Environmental Health. He holds a Doctorate degree in occupational health, a Master of Science degree in environmental sciences, both from the University of Texas, and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and chemistry from Trevecca Nazarene University. Jack is also a diplomat of the American Academy of Industrial Hygiene.

Rudimar Lorenzatto

Executive Manager – Offshore Well Construction, Petrobras

Mr. LorenzattoAsset Manager, Rudimar was responsible for the production of some of the largest oil fields at Campos Basin. Rudimar also spent 4 years asGeneral Manager in the Production Technical Support group for Petrobras International. He holds a BS – Civil Engineering (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria - Rio Grande do Sul/Brasil), and Petroleum Engineering degree by Petrobras University.

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02/23/2016 at 3:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes
02/23/2016 at 3:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes Scheduled for 60 minutres.
CEU Credit
0.15 CEU credits  |  Certificate available
0.15 CEU credits  |  Certificate available CEU Credit