Safe and reliable operations should be everyone's first priority and it's important to learn from our own as well as other's mistakes. Near misses are sometimes not given the same external visibility as incidents leading to personnel harm and/or equipment damage. But often, the difference between an incident and a near miss is pure luck.
In this webinar, Ian Robertson will present four near miss case studies:
- poor knockout drum design
- over-pressure of compressor suction scrubber due to reverse flow
- effects of pipeline slugging on printed circuit heat exchangers
- effects of creeping change on an NGL injection system
Ian Robertson, Genesis, Technical Lead
Ian Robertson is a Chartered Chemical Engineer with over 29 years industrial experience. He spent 20 years working in the UK, prior to moving to Houston in 2010, where became a licensed P.E. in both Texas and Alaska. Ian has successfully managed process engineering departments at two separate engineering consultancies. He is currently working at Genesis where he is the technical lead on their global brownfield conceptual engineering contract with BP.
18:00 - 19:00 BST / 12:00 - 13:00 CST
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A one-hour online session: 40 minutes' presentation + 20 minutes' Q&A.
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