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Behavior Observation & Analysis for Improving Safety Performance
April 21, 2016
Hilton Hotel – Al-Qasr Hall (Lobby Level) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The ASSE-MEC is honored to invite you to attend a seminar on “Behavior Observation & Analysis for Improving Safety Performance.




09:30 – 10:15    Coffee and Registration

10:15 – 10:30    Opening Remarks (ASSE-MEC President)

10:30 – 11:30    Behavioral Analysis for Safety Performance Improvement by Engr. Wael El-Kordy

11:30 – 12:30    Safety Practices & Observations Recording Tool (SPORT) by Mr. Mohamed Boujal

12:30 – 12:45    Recognition & Closing Remarks

12:45 – 13:00    Prayer

13:00 – 14:00    Lunch 


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Understanding “Human Behaviors” is a key factor to influence it. What shapes human behaviors? How behaviors relate to attitudes? And how can it shape organizations’ safety cultures? There are many theories and practices in place to approach those questions. Therefore, this presentation provides a quick reflection on actual experiences in behaviors modification as applied into safety behaviors in Oil and Gas industry.

Engr. Wael El Kordy
Loss Prevention Engineer – Saudi Aramco
Wael has 18 years’ carrier in Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management Systems and Process Safety in Oil & Gas upstream companies. He is currently based in KSA after joining Saudi Aramco late 2014. He previously worked for 2 major Oil and Gas companies, namely BG Group and BP, moving between UK, North Africa and Middle East.   Wael is a Chemical Engineer with MSc degree in process safety and loss prevention, graduated from University of Sheffield, UK. He also holds executive management diploma, specialized in Contractors HSE Performance Management, from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), London, UK.  

SPORT is an intuitive software application for logging, managing and automating HSE observations and reports. The system to be used to capture and mark observation checklists and comments. The main objective of SPORT application is to eliminate incidents and injuries by observing people and intervening in their unsafe actions. The system handles strategies to promote safe behavior as part of health and safety management system. SPORT is available on Web and Smart Devices (Android & iOS).

: Mr. Mohamed Boujal
Business Development Director
A highly talented information technology professional who is having thirteen plus year of experience and solid background in business analysis, designing, development, implementation of software solutions. Mohamed is an Entrepreneur and the Co-founder of PetroInfotech Private Limited. He has Eight plus years of experience in Oil & Gas Domain especially on subsurface data management. Well versed with Occupational Health & Safety concepts & procedures and being worked as business analyst for PetroInfotech’s HSE App Suite. He has Eight plus years of experience in Petroleum Development Oman (State Owned) as Software Specialist Analyst. Mohamed holds a Master Degree in Computer Application from University of Madras, India and Certification in Petroleum Engineering from NExT, Schlumberger.


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