Now in its 6th year, the E-Reps Forum is an interactive, informative conference event with industry speakers, workshops, breakout sessions and a showcase of the latest innovations and technologies in environmental protection.
This years event will be held on Wednesday October 4th, 2017 at Pittodrie Stadium, Abedeen. The Forum provides the opportunity for all those who care about and have a vested interest in the environment, from the offshore workforce, decision-makers, influencers, HSE professionals and service providers to exchange views, identify opportunities and to develop ideas.
By doing this, we can all play a part in ensuring the offshore industry drives continual improvement and provide assurance that environmental stewardship retains its rightful place on the operating agenda.
|9.05-9.15||Taqa-Welcome from the event sponsors|
|9.15-9.45||BEIS-Regulatory Overview and Decommissioning Requirements|
|9.45-10.10||Sarah Canning, JNCC-The Role of JNCC's Industry Advice Team and the Impacts of Decommissioning on the Environment|
|10.10-10.30||Paul Finnie, Diamond Drilling E-Reps|
|11.00-12.00||Keynote Speaker, Michael Fish|
|1.00-1.20||Allan Smillie, Taqa, Workforce Engagement Inititiative|
|1.20-1.50||Dr Stuart McKenna, ACS Marine Risk, Lessons Learned from Ship Recycling|
|2.30-3.30||Round Robin-Asco, Tracker and Roemex|
|3.30-4.00||Andy Pettit, Spex Group, Explosives and the Environment|
Why Should I Attend?
The Forum is the only event connecting onshore and offshore workforce with the supply chain, regulators and NGOs. This is a must attend for those who are passionate about improving the environmental performance of the offshore industry.
There are examples of best practice and innovation across the North Sea and this needs to be communicated to as wide an audience as possible.
Alongside the keynote speech, presentations from key industry stakeholders, the format is highly interactive with breakout sessions and opportunities for discussion between Reps and their offshore and on-shore support functions.
Vendors and suppliers of equipment and services relevant to environmental management are encouraged to exhibit and present their new products and technologies designed to reduce environmental impacts.
Who should attend?
- Onshore and Offshore E-Reps
- Safety Reps who can pass on their experience
- Onshore environmental and HSE advisors who support the Reps
- Offshore HSEA’s to offer advice and guidance at the work site
- Managers to understand how they can support the function
- Suppliers of equipment, goods and services that impact environmental performance
- Anyone with an interest in improving environmental performance of the oil and gas industry