Process Safety Management
Occupational Safety Workshop 2022
Program Date: December 5, 2022
Registration Deadline: December 4, 2022
Process Safety Management (PSM) is the core of occupational health and safety programs in any industry. This program will enable the knowledge base necessary to create and implement effective awareness which is lacking in many small and large businesses. In this course, you will learn the basic elements of a properly designed program and the basics of how PSM and Risk Management Plans work together. You’ll learn how to correctly create process safety management and risk management plans to protect your community. You will also learn how effective management of chemicals which include gases or liquids that are flammable, toxic, or reactive— employers can prevent serious harm to workers and the public.
Introduction to our speakers:
Process Safety Engineer, Yara Fert, Australia
Adrian holds a professional degree in Chemical Engineering. His 8 years of experience spans process safety in the process industry. Currently, he is working as a senior process safety engineer at Yara Fertilizer, Perth, Australia.
Dr. Faheem Akhtar
Assistant Professor, SBASSE, LUMS
Dr. Faheem has a vast experience of more than 15 years working in academia and industry. He has worked in the process and services industry inside and outside Pakistan as the lead safety engineer. At LUMS he is leading the safety efforts at SBASSE and is involved in developing Chemical Process Safety systems for a safe work environment.
Engr. Eaitsam Akram, CSP
Safety Specialist, SBASSE, LUMS
Eaitsam Akram is an occupational safety specialist with 10 years of professional experience. He holds a chemical engineering degree and renowned safety certifications such as CSP, Nebosh IGC, and ISO 45001. He has worked with top-notch industries in Pakistan and the middle east. Currently, he is working as a Technical Safety Specialist in SBASSE, LUMS.
Muhammad Eaitsam Akram | firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fee is non-refundable and covers:
Food (lunch, tea, and refreshments)