The intent of this Forum is to stimulate dialogue among the ocean energy stakeholders. We will take this opportunity to share and discuss Best Practices in the management of alarms for safer offshore operations. What process is used to manage the prioritization of alarms? How does the ocean energy industry deal with alarm flooding, alarm rationalization and other alarm issues? What are the best practices of other industries that have had to deal with alarm management issues? What research and future efforts are ongoing to help alarming to help increase situational awareness and proper decision-making offshore? In small group sessions, we will generate ideas that could be included in a future development of a specification for the 'Management of Alarms in the Ocean Energy Industry'. The product of this Forum will be proceedings that will include presentations, discussions, best practices, a list of ideas and tasks to help continuously improve safer management of safety barriers, and a framework of ideas to help develop an Alarm Management specification.
The product of this Forum will be proceedings that will include presentations, discussions, and most importantly a list of ideas and tasks to improve alarm management generated by focused breakout sessions.
Registration cost is $295; register at: http://bit.ly/2aou99F.
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