STA Technical Forum

2015-11-25 - 2015-11-27
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+421 257 272 155
Every TA has its uncertainties and risks. Learn how to identify, analyse and mitigate risks and get to know the pitfalls around applying risk management processes. The 5th Annual STA Technical Forum 2015 will once again address the key challenges of managing an effective plant shutdown or turnaround. It will address a wide range of issues; from planning, flawless execution and work scope management to safety measures and contractor management. This event presents a great networking opportunity for downstream professionals as they will meet their peers, leading industry experts and service providing companies. It brings together the best practices engineered by many of the industries most progressive thought leaders and strongest industrial players to share their experience and expertise. The program will comprise multiple case studies from leading refineries and petrochemical and chemical plants. Keeping up with our interactive style, the event will be coupled with several round-table and panel discussions. KEY DISCUSSION TOPICS: • Plan Risk management • Risk identification • Risk-analyses • Risk-responses • Risk monitoring and control WHY TO ATTEND • Learn from seasoned professionals who will share their experience and knowledge through interactive presentations and case studies. • Network with leading industry experts • Immerse yourself in discussion during more than seven hours of networking time and roundtables • Learn to handle your key challenges and discover latest trends in shutdowns & turnarounds management
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Who should attend: This event is specially designed to be beneficial for both, client and contractor staff involved in the planning, preparation and execution of Shutdowns and Turnarounds. COOs, CEOs,VPs, Presidents, Directors, Heads, GMs, Senior Managers, Managers, Assistants, Supervisors and Engineers.

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