Industrial safety and loss prevention conference
Safety is one of Aramco's core corporate values and the company continues to be committed to protecting employees, contractors and vendors.
Aramco this week participated in the International Conference on Industrial Safety and Loss Prevention as the main sponsor and partner. The event took place in Riyadh on Oct. 3 under the patronage of HRH Minister of Interior and Chairman of the Supreme Authority for Industrial Security Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud Al Saud.
The conference was inaugurated by Assistant Minister of Interior for Operations Affairs, HE General Saeed bin Abdullah Al-Qahtani and Aramco was represented by the senior vice president of Human Resources and Corporate Services, Nabeel A. Al-Jama’.
The four-day conference focused on promoting safety and loss prevention in industrial facilities across the Kingdom. The event covered various topics in addition to the latest developments in industry. Professional training opportunities were offered to practitioners and networking sessions helped attendees explore different products and technologies utilized in the field of industrial safety and loss prevention.
At the inauguration ceremony, Aramco vice president for Safety and Industrial Security Aali M. Al Zahrani gave a presentation in which he highlighted Aramco’s interest in promoting a culture of safety and preventing losses, both professional and industrial, noting that the company continues its efforts and investments in this field and maintains a leading position in the industry in this area.
Safety is one of Aramco’s core corporate values and the company continues to be committed to protecting employees, contractors and vendors who support the business. The company’s safety record in all mega projects is maintained through the ongoing work of experts who specialize in assessing and mitigating risks in the most difficult locations on land and at sea.
The conference activities included a series of workshops that covered a number of specialized topics in the field of safety and loss prevention. Topics included: lifting equipment inspections, working at heights, accident investigation, contractor safety management, leadership in the study of risks and operations, industrial health, conducting audits and reviewing safety systems, incident response, and crisis management.