Responsible Care® Process Safety Webinar Series Part 4 – Learning From Experience


Date:30 September 2021

Time:09:30 – 11:30 CAT

Venue: Virtual (MS Teams)

Language: English

Cost: Free of Charge

The Responsible Care® Process Safety Webinar Series - Part 4, will be focussing on how organisations should learn from experience.

Identifying and using relevant process safety metrics over the life of a process is one of the essential elements of Risk-based Process Safety (RBPS). Furthermore, developing, sustaining, and enhancing an organisation's incident investigation competency is part of learning from experience. The characteristics of an effective incident investigation programme and how organisations can enhance their own incident investigation processes, will be part of the discussion at this webinar.

Auditing or the critical evaluation of the RBPS management system is also one of the elements in the RBPS pillar of learning from experience.  Formal methods for performing periodic RBPS management system audits, that reduce risk, by proactively identifying and correcting weaknesses in the management system’s design and implementation are very important. A presenter at the webinar, will be discussing how organisations can audit the control room

Topics Covered

  • Incident Investigation
  • Measurements and Metrics (Leading and Lagging Indicators)
  • Auditing the Control Room

Who Shall Attend?

Any person involved in designing, implementing, and maintaining a process safety management system including:

  • Process safety personnel
  • Operators, supervisors, and plant managers
  • Engineers and SHEQ personnel
  • Responsible Care® Management Representatives (RCMRs)


Neil Franklin
Group SHE Manager

Ngaka Mogale
Head of Process Safety
Sasol South Africa Limited

Francois Holtzhausen
Process Safety Consultant

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