Join United Safety at the Kuwait International Health, Safety & Environment (KIHSE) Conference & Exhibition.
The conference will focus on the 3 streams of Health, Safety & the Environment as well as the plenary sessions looking at broader areas of the HSE sector. See below the Sessions where United Safety is involved.
Session 2 -12:15
Title:HSE in a changing international oil and gas sector
Description:Looking at how the HSE practice will be affected by the major ongoing changes in the world oil and gas arena, resulting from the development of new frontiers and technologies, along with turbulent markets. Dr. Elie Daher, United Safety’s EVP Middle East and CMO and SPE HSE Advisory Board member, will present major trends in Oil and Gas and their impact on HSE practices .
Session 4 -16:30, Track 3 -Safety
Description:Examining a complete safety management system, highlighting the importance of Lessons learned from previous safety issues by monitoring, planning, and evaluating to prevent and handle Major Incidents. Dr. Elie Daher will talk about the involvement of the corporate leadership with top‐down strategic planning.
Session 6 -11:30
Title:Process Safety Engineering
Description:Process safety consists of proper risk identification and subsequent engineering of both equipment and processes, and effective workforce awareness to help prevent and mitigate those risks. Mr. Darrell Dowd, United Safety’s VP Industrial Safety, will discuss best practices in industrial safety that improve safety performance and improve productivity gains.
Visit us at booth G08 to discover the latest in industrial safety and chat with our experts with over 50 years of combined Oil and gas experience. See below the innovations United Safety will be showcasing at the event.
An active Safety Asset Management process, encompassing onsite equipment maintenance, dispatch, and precise tracking and billing, which helps improve project workflow.
This flexible and customizable Breathing Air System can increase productivity and ensure a hassle-free management of air supply for less disruptions and increased tool-time.