Despite the billions of dollars spent on sophisticated control and safety software, factors such as human error, manual processes, lack of process compliance, siloed systems, and poor procedures and training can contribute to unreliability and lead to costly industrial accidents.

So how can companies effectively mitigate industrial risk to provide a safer, more productive facility for their people, their business and the environment?

Join us as our panel of chemical industry leaders and operations experts discusses how Operations Risk Management (ORM) can help companies successfully address the chaos caused by costly human errors, disconnected, inadequate software systems and unreliable, paper-based processes and procedures.

Tune in to this informational webinar to learn how digitalizing your operations can transform your business by:
• Enhancing your safety-critical processes
• Improving high-risk operational procedures and work processes
• Visualizing your operations for clear, consistent process documentation and procedures
• Centralizing plant asset information
• Reducing human error and optimizing productivity using critical safety and production information for greater operator situation awareness
Brent Kedzierski
Former Head of Learning & Strategy at Shell, Chief Learning Officer at HumanWRKS, Principal Consultant at Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence
BRENT KEDZIERSKI is an award-winning, Industry 5.0 thought leader who was the driving force that envisioned, designed, and operationalized Shell’s most critical global HR transformations of the 21st century. Brent’s leadership experience spans high-risk, tightly regulated industries (e.g., nuclear, aviation, and healthcare), governmental entities, and Fortune 500 companies.
Brent is a sought-after speaker, known for his engaging and insightful presentations. He is a recognized author and thought leader and his work has been featured in publications, including Harvard Business Weekly.
Bill R. Hollifield
Hexagon Principal Alarm Management and High Performance HMI consultant
Bill Hollifield is the Hexagon Principal Alarm Management and High Performance HMI consultant, with more than 25 years of experience in the process industry in engineering, operations, and control systems. He has an additional 20 years in alarm management consulting and services for the petrochemical, power generation, pipeline, mining, and other industries.

Bill is a member of the ISA-18.2 Alarm Management committee, the ISA SP101 HMI committee, the API RP-1165 and 1167 Alarm Management and HMI committees, and the Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association (EEMUA) Industry Review Group. In 2014, Bill was named an ISA Fellow for industry contributions in these areas.

Bill is also the co-author of The Alarm Management Handbook, First and Second Editions, © PAS 2010.
Robert W. Hooper
Bob has over 30 years successful experience in the development and implementation of corporate operational excellence, maintenance, integrity, turnaround and reliability programs within the oil and gas, electric power, consumer products, and specialty chemicals industries. Significant bottom-line success in safety, compliance, cost reductions and manufacturing capability improvements and ERP and APM implementations. Bob is adept at strategic program management, budget development, P&L responsibility, change management, leadership development and coaching, and staff organization/development. Bob has an Electrical Engineering Degree from West Coast University and The Pennsylvania State University and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy Submarine service.
Scott Jenkins
Senior Editor, Chemical Engineering Magazine
Scott Jenkins has been an editor at Chemical Engineering since 2009. Prior to joining CE, Scott worked in various capacities as a science journalist and communications specialist, reporting and writing on a variety of sectors, including chemical processing, biotechnology, pharmaceutical manufacturing and research policy. He also has industry experience as a quality assurance chemist and research experience as a synthetic organic chemist. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree from Colgate University, and a master’s degree in chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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