Operational Excellence & Risk Management Summit

February 7-9, 2018 | Norris Conference Centre, Houston, Texas


The Operational Excellence & Risk Management Summit is North America’s only event dedicated to operational excellence in hazardous industries. Taking place February 7-9, 2018 in Houston, this executive level conference will bring together over 100 Heads of HSE, Operational Risk, Operations, Reliability, Asset Management, ORM and Operational Excellence from manufacturing, energy, chemicals, resources, transportation and more – all industries facing high levels of operational risk.
This is your best opportunity to benchmark against the world’s highest reliability organizations and identify quick solutions to eliminate inefficiencies, reduce operational risk and build a sustainable culture of operational excellence.


Key themes for 2018 include how to:

  • Assess and improve your company’s safety culture
  • Lay the foundation for OE by establishing principles that begin with safety – and then applying them to other areas of the business
  • Improve your Operations Management System to better identify – and eliminate – sources of risk and value loss in your operations
  • Increase risk visibility by optimizing data and information management – and minimize unplanned events
  • Detect whether your work environments, culture and processes are increasing the likelihood of a risk occurring
  • Manage change – without compromising business performance
  • Benchmark your company against the characteristics of High Reliability Organizations (HROs)

If you are responsible for managing human, asset or environmental risk in your organization – this is the one event you must attend!
To find out more download the agenda here or contact the event team at enquire@iqpc.co.uk | 1 705.707.1301
HSE People members are entitled to receive a 15% discount* on standard rates when quoting promo code HSE15. To purchase your pass now visit http://bit.ly/2BxX0lP

*Available to in-house industry professionals on standard rates only.


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