The Ocean Energy Safety Institute will facilitate dialogue between industry, academia, regulators, and non-governmental organizations in a Forum to discuss “Taking Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) to the Next Level”. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) is looking for opportunities to ensure continuous improvement in the ability of SEMS to successfully manage known and new risks associated with offshore oil and gas activities. BSEE and the Industry are in search of ways to ensure that SEMS can be a regulatory tool as well as an operational management tool; to help further enable safe and environmentally responsible ocean energy operations. Attendees will interact with presenters and participate in facilitated discussion in order to share their thoughts and ideas on a ‘future SEMS’; what it could be, what it could include, ways it could be used.
Presenters and facilitators will include representatives from Industry, academia and the government who are experts in SEMS and most importantly, what SEMS can be in the future.
Registration will include continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day; as well as event proceedings.
For Registration: http://engrevent.tamu.edu/event/101226.
For additional OESI information: http://oesi.tamu.edu.