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Management of Change (MOC) Workshop

Cost: Free

When: October 13, 2020, 8:30 am - 11:00 am CDT

Where: Virtual event
Login details will be provided to registered attendees in advance of the workshop.

Workshop Overview:
In today’s process-intensive industries, companies often struggle to implement Management of Change (MOC) processes as a means to both minimize the effects of risks and encourage sound organizational decision-making. The average facility has hundreds of MOCs they process annually, and Process Safety compliance requires a focus on facility and technology change (i.e., equipment and procedure changes).

However, many companies are facing significant challenges from a loss of workforce experience due to high industry turnover and lower commodity prices on energy, coupled with COVID-19. More than ever, these organizations must focus on balancing risk with cost. To meet this new challenge, companies will need to evolve to effectively manage Organizational and Personnel Change as a part of a holistic, integrated approach to MOC. In this collaborative virtual event, we’ll explore why effective MOC is a foundational element for Intelligent Operations, as it forms the basis for interoperability for numerous work processes.

This workshop will focus on the latest best practices for addressing MOC, along with meeting the challenge of creating effective processes that are automated to reduce risk and enhance efficiency. We will end with a discussion on the results of our 2020 MOC Primary Research survey and share insights on how attendees can apply the learnings and best practices to their own MOC challenges.

Key Workshop Focus:

  • The business case for change
  • What metrics are meaningful to an MOC program?
  • Mobility and its implications to MOC / PSSR
  • MOC Day-In-the-Life-Of (DILO) exercise
  • The importance of high-quality technical content and procedures to deliver world-class MOC
  • Reinvigorate or initiate MOC into your culture
  • How does MOC drive interoperability and establish a foundation for Operational Risk Management?
  • Incorporating personnel and/or organizational change into your PSM/RMP program