Under the patronage of H.E. Eng. Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Saadan, President, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Conference Programme

1700 - 1800

Registration

1800 - 1830

Exhibition Inauguration & Tour by Conference Patron

H.E. Eng. Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Saadan
President - Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY)
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

1830 - 1835

Holy Quran & MC Opening

1835 - 1840

Welcome Speech by Royal Commission for Jubail

Saeed Al Shehri
Director - Industrial Security & Safety
Royal Commission for Jubail

1840 - 1850

Keynote Address

H.E. Mohammed Bin Al Habdan
Secretary General
HCIS

1850 - 1855

JAMA’A Film

1855 - 1915

Recognition of Official Sponsors & Partners

1915 - 1930

Prayer

1930 - 2030

Gala Dinner

0800 - 0900

Registration

0900 - 0910

MC Opening, Safety Moment & Opening Ceremony Synopsis Video

0910 - 0920

Welcome Speech by JAMA’A Chairman

Khalid Khaleel
Chairman
JAMA’A

0920 - 1020

Keynote Address

Deputy Chief Jeff Dulin, (Ret.)
Strategic Advisor
International Association of Fire Chiefs

Anas Alzaid
Director - MENA Region
NFPA

1020 - 1145

Leadership Panel Discussion - 01
Theme - Emergency Response & Impact on the Business

The actions taken in the initial minutes of the emergency are important. Preparing ourselves in advance about the potential risks and emergency scenarios can help to prepare response plan and develop business accordingly. Business and industry can limit to destruction if planned ahead. It is an executive management driven process, so leaders are an important component of the whole system. The session targets to talk about the importance of the emergency response plan in organizations for the sustainable business. During the session, the leaders will talk about the experiences and best practices they have adopted in driving the continuity plan and fostering its integration in the organization’s strategic and day-to-day management ethos.

  • Panel Moderator

    Paul Michael Kudray


    Head of Resilience
    Royal Commission for Jubail

Panelists
  • Khalid Khaleel


    Chairman
    JAMA’A

  • Richard Reed


    Head of Corporate Crisis & Continuity Management
    Saudi Aramco

  • Anas Alzaid


    Director - MENA Region
    NFPA

  • Ahmed Khalil


    HSE Director
    BAPCO

  • Abdulrahman D. Al-Zayedi


    Manager-EHSS
    TASNEE

1145 - 1215

Coffee/Networking Break

1215 - 1400

Technical Session 1

Emergency planning can be defined as the process of preparing systematically for future contingencies, including major incidents and disasters. When preparing a community for an incident, creating plans for identified risks and implementing mitigation measures is key. Preparing before an emergency incident plays a vital role in ensuring that employers and workers have the necessary equipment, know where to go, and know how to keep themselves safe when an emergency occurs. The session will cover aspects of effective planning and preparedness.

  • Session Chair

    Nasser Subaey


    JAMA’A Coordinator
    JAMA’A

  • Session Coordinator

    Fahad Ali Al Hasoon


    Vice Chairman, JAMA’A
    Fire Chief, MA’ADEN

Speakers
  • Surendra V Mahakalkar


    Lead Engineer
    SABIC
    Topic: Learning from Process Safety Incidents, Pre Incident Plans Implementation in SABIC, Emergency Response Plan Requirement

  • Deputy Chief Jeff Dulin, (Ret.)


    Strategic Advisor
    International Association of Fire Chiefs
    Topic: The use of Geographic Information Systems GIS In Crisis Response

  • Mohamed Ahmed Al Hashemi


    Safety & Environment Superintendent
    GPIC

  • Ashley Price


    Vice President
    Fire Science Academy
    Topic: Training Leadership For Emergency Response Preparedness

Business Resilience and Recovery aims to ensure that we have the right skills in place to cope with major or catastrophic events.  There is need to identify the right plan for the disruptive event and mitigating its effects. This session will address resilience plans and recovery mechanisms.

  • Session Chair

    Abdullah Ghamdi


    Assistant Coordinator
    JAMA’A

  • Session Coordinator

    Ibrahim Al-Khalifi


    Fire Chief
    MA’ADEN Phosphate

Speakers
  • Paul Michael Kudray


    Head of Resilience
    Royal Commission for Jubail
    Topic: Business Resilience & Recovery: A Crisis of Leadership? – A new way forward

  • Samah Al Hamad


    Superintendent Business Resilience Management
    BAPCO
    Topic: BAPCO Business Resilience Journey

  • Richard Reed


    Head of Corporate Crisis & Continuity Management
    Saudi Aramco

Any material or chemical which is a risk to the public safety or environment are HAZMAT. With many thousands of chemicals in commercial use worldwide, there is the ever-present risk of accidental release. This session will invigorate a dialog between the regulators, community and industry.

  • Session Chair

    Fahad Ali Al Hasoon


    Vice Chairman, JAMA’A
    Fire Chief, MA’ADEN

Speakers
  • Henry Ludick


    Senior Trainer (SFTC)
    SABIC
    Topic: NFPA 472 / NFPA 1071 Changes to the standard

  • Saud Abduljaleel Alabdulwahid


    Fire and Safety Instructor
    Jubail Industrial College
    Topic: HAZCOM Awareness

1400

Networking Lunch

0800 - 0900

Registration

0900 - 1000

Leadership Panel Discussion 2
Theme - Lessons Learnt from Global Disasters & Incidents – Challenges & Opportunities

The increased number of disasters and incidents has been recorded in recent years on a global basis which is increasing concerns among the stakeholders. The relative frequency and severity of these incidences provides ample reasons to study and discuss about their challenges and opportunities in creating a sustainable future. The lessons learnt by the first responders provide a greater opportunity to fire and safety stakeholders to develop focused plans for preparedness, recovery and mitigation. The session will talk about the live experiences and case studies to examine the real causes and challenges. This high level panel will explore how these practices can aid in achieving business excellence

  • Panel Moderator

    Eid S. Al-Juaid


    General Manager - HSSE
    Sipchem

Panelists
  • Dr. Ammar Magrabi


    Saudi Civil Defense

  • Ayssar Hanza


    Risk Engineering Director
    Ace Energy Group

  • Deputy Chief Jeff Dulin, (Ret.)


    Strategic Advisor
    International Association of Fire Chiefs

  • Mozher N. Al-Qahtani


    Fire Operations Superintendent
    Saudi Aramco

  • Eric LaVergne


    President
    JCI/Williams Fire & Hazard Control

1000 - 1030

Coffee/Networking Break

1030 - 1145

Technical Session 2

Technology have become integral to modern living & critical for business to embrace to stay ahead of the curve. The impact of technological advancement also extend to risk management & organizations must increase their leverage of technology to keep pace with the rapidly changing risk landscape. The session will touch on various aspects of technology innovations with an emphasis on how the power of technology can be harnessed to bring impactful changes to risk management & strengthen second & third line of defence.

  • Session Chair

    Fahad Al-Shlagi


    Senior Manager – EHSS
    Arrazi, SABIC JV

Speakers
  • Dennis L. Smith


    Senior Solutions Engineer
    LION
    Topic: Cancer in the Fire Service

  • Abdullah Melhem


    Head of Sales
    Siemens Ltd
    Topic: Using IoT and AI to Enhance Safety and Security Applications in Smart Cities

  • Erasmus M. Acquah


    Senior Product Manager, Industrial Products
    Elkhart Brass
    Topic: Remote Control Fire Monitors

Codes, Standards & Policies are an attempt by an industry or profession to self regulate by establishing minimal operating, performance, or safety criteria which is developed by specific industries to describe widely accepted standards of care and operations for certain practices. It is a set of rules prescribing minimum requirements to prevent fire and explosion hazards arising from storage, handling, or use of dangerous materials, or from other specific hazardous conditions.

  • Session Chair

    Auf Al Nahdi


    Fire Safety - Instructor
    Jubail Industrial College

  • Session Coordinator

    Abdul Rahman Al


    Hamoud
    RC

Speakers
  • Ahmed Hasan


    General Manager - Technical Affairs
    Royal Commission for Jubail

  • Zahi Daher


    Sales Manager – Fire & Life Safety Division - UL MENA
    Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
    Topic: An overview of the Testing and Certification Requirements for Fire Safety Products

  • NFPA


Emergency response is the phase of the disaster-management cycle that often attracts the most attention and resources, cyclical process, involving repeated assessment, planning, action and review, to respond appropriately to needs and capacities as they evolve. It starts with an initial assessment and may be triggered spontaneously by the disaster event, or officials may authorize the mobilization of people and resources. The session will discuss best practices in emergency response.

  • Session Chair

    Ibrahim Al-Khalifi


    Fire Chief
    MA’ADEN Phosphate

  • Session Coordinator

    Fahad Ali Al Hasoon


    Vice Chairman, JAMA’A
    Fire Chief, MA’ADEN

Speakers
  • Nasser Subaey


    JAMA’A Coordinator
    JAMA’A
    Topic: Introduction to JAMA’A

  • Saeed Al Marri


    Fire Chief
    SATORP
    Topic: Response to Hazardous Chemical Incidents

  • Abdulrahman Hesham Souka


    KSA Team Leader & Principal Safety Engineer
    Risktec Solutions
    Topic: Using Consequence and Risk Assessments as Best Practices for Effective Emergency Response

  • Majed Fahad Almarri


    Fire and Explosions Engineer
    Saudi Aramco
    Topic: Ultimate Readiness: No Room for Luck!

1145 - 1215

Coffee/Networking Break

1215 - 1330

Technical Session 3

Fire services competency is a management tool for implementing practical actions to improve fire safety at the workplace. Competency refers to the proficiency of the employee to efficiently perform his or her job. The session will discuss the core competencies like skill sets, physical and technical expertise, public service, communication and team work.

  • Session Chair

    Fahad Al-Shlagi


    Senior Manager – EHSS
    Arrazi, SABIC JV

Speakers
  • Ayesh G Shammari


    Fire Engineer
    Saudi Aramco
    Topic: Automatic Fire Protection for High Value Facilities

  • Omar Alzahrani


    Product Development Engineer
    Fire & Hazard Control
    Topic: Handling Pressurized Flammable liquids and Pressurized Gas Fires-New Technology & Local Manufacturing for Portables.

  • Paul Holland


    Executive Manager - Design & Development
    Al Elm
    Topic: Fire Service Operational Assurance

  • Eric LaVergne


    President
    JCI/Williams Fire & Hazard Control
    Topic: Lessons Learned from 36 years of fire fighting

With the prime objective of prevention, there is need to find the causes of an accident and taking steps to control or eliminate it can help prevent similar accidents from happening in the future. Work environment, job constraints, and supervisory or worker experience can all play a part. Subject matter experts from the industry will try to find the cause of these accidents and work on the possible preventive measures.

  • Session Chair

    Eisa Al Thobiyani


    Director – Fire
    SADARA

  • Session Coordinator

    Abdullah Ghamdi


    Assistant Coordinator
    JAMA’A

Speakers
  • Ayssar Hanza


    Risk Engineering Director
    Ace Energy Group
    Topic: Leadership in preventing incidents and succeeding to learn

  • AbdulAziz Al Ghamdi


    President & CEO
    REC
    Topic: Implementation of Effective Root Cause Analysis

Inspection and testing helps adapt and maintain a reliable fire protection system. The session experts will provide comprehensive structural and technical fire protection solutions, assisting in the planning, development, maintenance and documentation of a functional and reliable fire protection plan.

  • Session Chair

    Humoud Al Soufyani


    Fire Section Head
    Sipchem

  • Session Coordinator

    Majed M Sharahili


    Fire Manager
    Saudi Kayan

Speakers
  • Auf Al Nahdi


    Fire Safety - Instructor
    Jubail Industrial College
    Topic: Educational Role in Inspection & Testing of Fixed Fire Protection Systems

  • NFPA

  • Zahi Daher


    Sales Manager – Fire & Life Safety Division - UL MENA
    Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
    Topic: Emergency Vehicle & Equipment Testing and Inspection Programs

1330 - 1400

Closing Remarks & Outcomes of the Conference

1400

Networking Lunch