Webinar on: Controlling your Industrial Risks: case studies during COVID-19 times


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Controlling Your Industrial Risks: Case Studies During COVID-19 - Practical use of Smart O&M solutions and ISO 31000 / ISO 55000

Date: August 13th, 2021

Time: 4:00 PM-5:00 PM (UTC+07:00) Bangkok

     5:00 PM-6:00 PM (UTC+08:00) Beijing

Industrial disasters in Thailand and Singapore have recently made headlines. Common root causes include poor maintenance, non-compliance with regulations or internal "best practices", wrong technical decisions.

At the same time, infrastructures and plants, and of course their staff, are facing unprecedented pressure from the prolonged Covid-19 crisis and economic difficulties. Traditional approaches, audits and training, require constant repetition. Large budgets are dedicated to 4.0 or Smart initiatives that do not address those crucial challenges.

Under such conditions, how to take practical improvement actions? How to enforce best practices already defined on paper? How to demonstrate compliance to regulators and clients? How to improve HSE in a structured and systematic manner? And how to do so during Covid-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions?

Siveco China will share practical experience achieving just this, with a step-by-step approach based on Smart O&M solutions and the ISO 31000 & ISO 55000 standards. The seminar will focus on real case studies from across the region.

Topics covered include:
1) How to set up a risk prevention management system in line with ISO 31000 and ISO 55000
2) How to design and deploy a Smart O&M solution to enforce and demonstrate compliance
3) Case studies of achieving Risk Prevention in Asian infrastructures and plants (case studies will be selected to match the audience profile)

A FREE feasibility assessment will be offered to participating companies, with a questionnaire followed by a dedicated online workshop with our experts.

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