Main Conference Day Two: June 6, 2018
7:30 am - 8:00 am Check In
8:00 am - 8:10 am Chair’s Opening Remarks
8:10 am - 8:50 am Fine Tuning your Asset for Peak Performance: Investing in marginal gains that make a real impact
·Using ISO 55000 as a foundation to reduce risk, identify opportunities for improvement and get the most ROI out of your asset
·Walking the walk – a blueprint for the embedment of a successful asset management system
·How to focus budget for assurance in ROI
8:50 am - 9:30 am Risk management applied to Operational Excellence: Optimal Facility risk profilesHugo Ashkar, Global Risk Manager,BP
• Understanding the various types of risk – and what that means for your business or project provides you a holistic view of a your risk profile
• Identifying, assessing, responding to risks is good; yet the journey to risk informed decision making demands more
• Ensuring effective risk governance and reporting mechanisms are in place is sound; yet knowing what (to prioritize), how and when is better
Hugo AshkarGlobal Risk Manager
INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES ON NEXT GENERATION OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
9:30 am - 10:10 am Adapting to today, Building for tomorrow: Closing the Operational Excellence “Execution Gap”
Without question, our industry is in transition. We are all doing more with much, much less – and rightsizing Operational Excellence to adapt to today and build for tomorrow. But rightsizing doesn’t have to mean downgrading: forward-thinking companies are laying the operational excellence groundwork for the future. This interactive session will allow you to consider the key requirements for success in the current business environment and beyond. You’ll identify where you feel gaps exist within your own organization or program and then choose the specific roundtable that is best aligned with those gaps and meet with other industry peers with the same ‘gaps’. Designed to enhance the level of collaborative, strategic discussion and idea sharing, these facilitated interactive roundtables will help you walk away with actions you can take back to the office and share with your executive team.
10:10 am - 10:40 am Networking Break
HUMAN CENTRED OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
10:40 am - 11:20 am Drive Breakthrough Reliability Improvement Using the Voice of the ExpertsJulie Thyne, Gulf Coast Continuous Improvement Leader,Dow Chemical
• Who are the experts in your organization?
• How do you unlock breakthrough idea generation?
• How can you transfer plant to-do-lists into reliability results?
Julie ThyneGulf Coast Continuous Improvement Leader
11:20 am - 12:00 pm The Application of “Leader Standard Work” in Improving HSE leadership & Performance : The last 5 years of experience from Shell Canada OperationsMike Baker, HSE Manager,Shell Canada
• The Why? Current gaps and How leader standard work can benefit HSE leadership and performance
• Introduction to the Shell Leader Standard work framework. Practical field experience from LSW deployment
• Annual objectives – the big rocks !
• Cadence matters – Daily , weekly , monthly flow…..from field operations to management
• The power of proactive measures in achieving HSE outcomes
• The Shell Visible Safety Leadership standard. Experiences and benefits
• Using visual management, standardization and discipline to sustain operational excellence
• Change and the Continuous improvement cycle as part of leader standard work – experiences from field operations
Mike BakerHSE Manager
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm Networking Lunch
12:50 pm - 1:30 pm Why we do what we do: Making the connection between culture, safety and business performanceMick O'Connor, Behavioural Safety Manager,Irving Oil
• Defining culture
• What is the role of leadership in shaping safety culture?
• Compliance base culture vs. desire based culture
• Starting the transformation conversation – Group activity
Mick O'ConnorBehavioural Safety Manager
1:30 pm - 2:10 pm Leading Millennials to Operational ExcellenceMick O'Connor, Behavioural Safety Manager,Irving Oil
Everyone seems to have an opinion about the Millennial Generation – positive, negative, or otherwise. Regardless of your opinion, it is difficult to deny that there is a blossoming generation in our industry who grew up in a different environment than the preceding generations. These differences invariably lead to a generation with different perspectives, priorities, and practices. As leaders driving operational excellence within our organizations, it is imperative to understand, embrace, and leverage these differences to maximize our performance. Matt DiGeronimo reflect on his experience working with millennials in the military and the energy industry and presents ideas and suggestions for leading this generation.
This insightful and inspiring presentation will focus on:
• Establishing a mission, a vision, and a purpose for this generation
• Maximizing organizational transparency and accessibility
• Creating an organizational humility that not only listens to its youngest members but wants to listen
• Figuratively flatten the organizational chart by ensuring senior leaders remain engaged with this generation
Mick O'ConnorBehavioural Safety Manager