Health, Safety, Environment and Quality
Aim and Objective
The aim of the Summer School is to provide an immersive experience of the HSE&Q fundamental topics through examples of their professional application to the development and implementation of the management systems that stand as a strategic framework to get the stringent requirements given to the Oil and Gas industrial strategic sector as far as Health, Safety, Environment and Quality are concerned. The objective of the HSE&Q Summer School in Pisa is to qualify experts in design, development and management of complex Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Systems for the Oil and Gas Sector.
The Summer School is preferentially oriented to Industrial Engineering-skilled participants (Industrial Engineering students as well as postgraduate and PhD students from all EU and non EU countries; the Summer School is also open to post-doctoral researchers and senior researchers from Universities and research institutes). A maximum of 20 participants will be selected on the basis of their CV.
The teaching method will be strongly oriented to cooperation and interaction with teachers and will include contribution from academic research, professional research, expert from O&G companies and main international technical and scientific consultants, published case studies and real cases application from Oil & Gas companies experiences. Daily intensive lecturing (12 days, 8 hours/day, monday to friday). Lectures are organized in six modules, each covering a specific topic. Each lecture consists of 8 hour of lessons and exercises held in class. As a whole, the school is characterized by an operative industrial-oriented approach with specific sessions of the lectures dedicated to the presentation of industrial case studies in which the participants will be interactively involved.
Occupational & Operational Safety – day 2/0 Comments/in 2015 /by Coordinator
Technician Valentino Conti speaks about occupational and operational safety in the oil and gas field. He shared with us his huge experience acquired all around the world in many different environment, from platforms in the Northen See to plants in the deserts.
Occupational & Operational Safety/0 Comments/in 2015 /by Coordinator
Today Prof. Sandra Vitolo, coordinator of the Summer School, talks about the Occupational and Operational Safety and the great importance of this matter which is strictly related to workplaces but not only limited to these ones.
Industrial Safety — day 2/0 Comments/in 2015 /by Coordinator
Today Eng Francesco Ganci introduced the main concepts for quantitative risk assessment making an overview on the main tools as FERA, EERA, QRA, Dropped Object, Critical Elements.