Learn how Baker Hughes, a leading oilfield services company, further reduces risk of incidents across global operations and improves productivity by going beyond compliance.
Operations and EHS leaders in asset-intensive industries are placing renewed focus on ensuring effective incident management as essential to reducing operational risks, preventing accidents, and running more efficiently. Effective incident management not only avoids negative, costly events such as major accidents and workplace injuries and illnesses, but also provides a competitive edge, improves productivity and helps ensure safe, sustainable operations.
Leading organizations like Baker Hughes are choosing to “go beyond compliance” and set aggressive goals of zero incidents and impacts, and adopting integrated EHS, risk and quality management systems that align with industry standards such as OSHAS 18001, ISO 14001, and ISO 9000 to drive continuous performance improvement. Incident management is a key element of these systems, and is increasingly relied on to proactively identify and control operational risks, and prevent adverse events in the first place.
Join experts from Baker Hughes and SAP on this live webcast to learn how Baker Hughes is improving safety performance using an integrated incident management system to comply better, reduce risks, promote an active safety culture and ultimately add value to the business.
Key learnings and best practices that you can apply to your operations:
Who Should Attend
How an integrated incident management strategy supports sustainability; health, safety and environment (HSE); and operations performance objectives
- Highlights of Baker Hughes’ implementation of an innovative, user-friendly incident management solution based on SAP EHS Management applications
- The role of business analytics and root cause analysis in driving continuous risk reduction and safety performance improvement.
- Baker Hughes’ strategy and roadmap for further enabling its HSE management systems
- How SAP will continue to deliver technology that helps customers improve EHS performance, reduce operational risks, and prevent adverse incidents.
This webcast will be of real value to business leaders, business process owners, and IT business analysts with responsibility for EHS performance, operations, sustainability, occupational and process safety, and risk management. Anyone looking for information and best practices on operational risk management and incident management will benefit from this interactive session.
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: April 28, 2011
: 2:00PM EST - 11:00AM PST
, Legal, HSE & Security IT Process Leader, Baker Hughes
Karen is the Global information technology process leader for HS&E and Enterprise Security. She is responsible for delivering Global technology best practices and information technology support for Baker Hughes incident management program and EHS management systems. Karen is a graduate of the University of Texas with B.S in Chemical Engineering
,HSE Manager – Performance Improvement & Information Management Systems, Baker Hughes
Monty is the Global performance improvement manager for HSE at the enterprise level. He is responsible for identifying, measuring, guiding, and validating enterprise level programs and information management systems that foster continual workplace HSE improvement at Baker Hughes. Monty is the business lead for Baker Hughes’ incident management program and EHS management systems. Monty is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional, holds a B.S in Business/ Information Systems from the University of Phoenix and a Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
, Director, Sustainability Solutions at SAP
Peter is responsible for SAP Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Management go-to-market initiatives. His industry experience before joining SAP 12 years ago includes EHS management consulting at Arthur D. Little, and regulatory compliance program management at Alcoa. Pete holds masters degrees in environment health sciences and public management from Harvard and Carnegie Mellon Universities, respectively.
Duration: 1 Hour
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