Unfortunately, human factors are often not effectively analyzed and integrated within current HIRA techniques. In this webinar, which includes a short recap of our previous session on how to prevent accidents more efficiently and cost-effectively with an integrated approach to HRA and HAZOP/LOPA, our experts will:
- explain the contribution of human errors to one of the recent major process accidents
- share our different Human Reliability Analysis techniques with real industry examples, enabling you to effectively integrate HRA within your HIRA studies.
The webinar will conclude with a live Questions & Answers session.
About the speakers
Omar is a process safety engineer with a master's degree from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). Omar has been working as a risk management consultant at DNV with almost 3 years of experience in managing, verifying, and conducting HIRA studies and internal safety audits per IEC 61508/IEC 61511/DNV International Sustainability Rating System (ISRS). Additionally, Omar facilitated several Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) projects and he developed several approaches to tackle the industry human factors challenges and close the gap between HRA and PHA. Omar's experience with risk assessments has covered SWIFT, HAZIDs, HAZOPs, HRA, and LOPA with SIL assessments.
Marius joined DNV in 2008 and has a master's degree in Psychology and Human Factors from NTNU in Trondheim. Marius holds a position as Principal Consultant and has extensive experience from ensuring ergonomic design of safety critical work systems. He is a proficient user of Human Factors methods including Safety Critical Task Analysis and Human Reliability Analysis. Marius experience from using the Petro-HRA methodology on a variety of application areas, both as independent studies and as part as Quantitative Risk Analysis.
Sondre is a principal consultant in DNV who specializes in risk analysis of safety critical systems, with a focus on human contribution in accident prevention and causation. He was one of the developers of the Petro-HRA method and a co-author of the guideline. Recently his work has mostly been towards the maritime industry, primarily with projects on autonomous and remotely operated vessels. Before this, his main experience is from offshore safety and major accident risk, particularly within the domain of drilling operations and technology, focusing on well control and integrity.
Marcus studied industrial engineering and psychology. He is a senior consultant with many years of experience in the field of risk management services. He combines the technical approach with the consideration of the human factor. If you would like to watch the full previous webinar “Prevent accidents due to human error more efficiently and cost-effectively with an integrated approach to Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) and HAZOP/LOPA”, you can download it via the link below.