Cost:Free (must register to attend; limited to first 30 registrants) Register
When:December 14, 2022, 8:15 am – 12:00 pm CST
Continental Breakfast Provided
Where:16225 Park Ten Place Drive
Houston, TX 77084 View map »
Workshop Overview:More ambitious production goals combined with an ever-increasing regulatory burden and the ongoing need to maintain a license to operate puts more focus on Management of Change (MOC) than ever before. MOC, when implemented properly, can both minimize the effects of risks and encourage sound organizational decision-making, which enhances production and the bottom line. The average hydrocarbon processing facility has hundreds of MOCs they process annually, and process safety compliance requires an initial focus on facility and technology change (i.e., equipment and procedure changes). In this collaborative event, we’ll explore why effective MOC forms the basis for interoperability for numerous work processes, and how that interoperability drives both value protection (safety, compliance) and value extraction (loss and risk reduction, increased production).
Elements within the Workshop
Presentations with topics such as:
- The importance of high-quality technical content, procedures, and standards for delivering world-class MOC
- What are the right processes for different types of change?
- How do we adjust our MOC Policy and Procedure to harmonize with the desired digital outcome?
- Do we have the right KPIs and do they facilitate the correct timely call to action?
- What is the value of integrating MOC with an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system?
- How do we address risk assessment and prioritize based upon potential consequence of implementing a change?
- How do we empower the field with mobility for MOC and PSSR?
Roundtable discussion on MOC topics such as:
- How do you get people to participate in MOC?
- How do we ensure the outcome is efficiency, not just compliance?
- How do we design the right work processes and digitize them?
- Are there times when a standalone Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR) makes sense?
- How do we evolve to Organizational Change (MOOC) from Facility & Technology Change?
- How do we ensure that the process doesn’t bog down?
- When is Process Safety Information required and what is the best way to manage it?
- Building a business case for change (software and/or procedures)
- What are some criteria to consider when evaluating software?
- Drivers for cost of implementation
- Typical implementation timeline
- Demonstration of an industry leading MOC / PSSR solution
- MOC workflows fit for purpose for simple and complex changes
- Flexible reporting capability
- PSSR stand-alone and within MOC
Management of Change: In-Person Workshop & Roundtable Registration Form
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