Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, Exhibition Avenue, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL
- Website: https://safety30.co.uk
Virtual Reality (VR) Hazard Awareness training tool
We invite you to drop by and visit us at our stand where we will be demonstrating our Virtual Reality (VR) Hazard Awareness training tool. You can also take the opportunity to speak with our technical advisory experts.
Why use Virtual Reality (VR) for training?
- VR improves knowledge retention by getting attendees involved and interacting with their training. Being a participant rather than a spectator requires constant engagement with the content and improves knowledge
- VR provides participants with the opportunity to develop an understanding of how major accidents come about and the consequences of such events.
Visit us at stand 21.
DNV GL Papers
Wednesday 6 June
Keynote address: What does the future have in store?
Chaired by Phil Kirk, Chrysaor with
Colette Cohen, CEO, The Oil & Gas Technology Centre
John McDonald, CEO, OPITO
Hari Vamadevan, DNV GLSpeaker:
Hari Vamdevan, DNV GL
Process: Why it is important to develop, simplify and streamline our processes to enable safe reliable and sustainable operations
Ask a Safety Rep
Safety representatives are uniquely positioned to bridge the gap between the workforce and management through the powers granted under the Offshore Installations (Safety Representatives and Safety Committees) Regulations. When safety representatives are given the resources to fulfil their role effectively, they can provide valuable insights during safety case reviews; credibly facilitate safety meetings and add value to audit and inspections through their intimate knowledge of the plant.Speaker:
Fiona FitzGerald, DNV GL
Safety Case for TomorrowSpeaker:
John Morgan, DNV GL (Chair - Oil & Gas UK Major Hazards Technical Group)
Ensuring critical knowledge and learning is retained for re-use across generations
The lessons learned from the Piper Alpha disaster should never be forgotten. From a safety perspective, it is as important to understand why we do things, not just that we do things. Knowledge can be lost through mergers, acquisitions, industry contraction and a reliance on supply chain or sub-contracted expertise.Speaker:
Michael Kelleher, DNV GL