The Structure of Safety is a complimentary half-day program for operators and their staff.
Who Should Attend?
Who should attend?
Petrochemical, chemical, and refining
industry safety professionals managing turnarounds,
maintenance, plants, projects, or procurement
Hear in-depth presentations from industry experts
Stay up-to-date on key industry issues and challenges
Build valuable professional networks
Get a rare inside look and tour a Dynamic Air Shelter
2016 Attending Companies
Mr. Ryan Terry of PSRG Inc. received his BS in Chemical Engineering from the Texas A&M University and has 8 years of experience consulting in the process safety industry. He is the lead quantitative analyst at PSRG and serves as the lead technical specialist and principle contact in all QRA, Facility Siting, and Consequence Analysis projects. During his time with PSRG he has performed facility siting and QRA projects for clients all over the world. Additionally, he has experience in auditing all elements of PSM and has certifications in PSM, HAZOP, LOPA, and Bow-Tie Facilitation, Incident Investigation, and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
President, ORA, Inc.
Steve Parks is the owner and president of ORA Inc., a manufacturer of metal products designed to better protect soldiers, industrial workers, equipment and buildings from explosions. Based in Fredericksburg, Va., ORA Inc. conducts engineering research on effects of blasts and explosions and makes protective products based on that research. ORA’s customers include the U.S. government, universities, energy companies and other international companies. Parks spent 21 years as a commissioned officer with the U.S. Navy before starting ORA Inc. in northern Virginia.
Founder, Dynamic Air Shelters
As a creative product innovator, entrepreneur, and holder of world hot air balloon flying records, Harold founded Dynamic Air Shelters in 2000. During 25 years of ballooning, he was an International competitive ballooning champion once holding nine world records. After founding and successfully operating AeroDynamics, Aerostats and Promotions, Inc. for almost 20 years, Harold saw the potential to employ similar technology to create air shelters.
Harold is entirely passionate about his work and his involvement in the community. Over many years he has been a presenter at schools and universities emphasizing entrepreneurship initiatives of greater present day commercial relevance.
PSRG is a full service, integrated HSSE consulting and training firm who specialize in process safety, risk management, occupational health and safety, fire protection, emergency and crisis management, and security risk management. PSRG was founded in Houston in 1997 with offices and strategic partners around the globe.
Aggreko is the global leader in rental power (diesel & natural gas) generation, cooling (HVACs, chillers, cooling towers & heat exchangers) and 100% oil-free compressed air solutions. Over the past 30 years, Aggreko has developed a strong track record of performing work in refineries, chemical plants and with industrial contractors in North America.
Apply Now to Attend Structure of Safety
8:00 am Registration, breakfast/coffee
8:30 am Breakfast Presentation
9:00 am Shelter tour with Harold Warner
9:45 am Facility Siting Challenges and Blast-Resistant Design with Ryan Terry
10:30 am Coffee break
10:45 am Testing Protocols and Human Vulnerability with Steve Parks
11:30 am Development of a Blast Resistant Air Shelter with Harold Warner
12:15 pm BBQ Lunch and networking
Enjoy a barbecue lunch from one of the best joints in the area.
1:30 pm End of program
Date and Time
August 3, 2017
8:30 am – 1:30 pm
San Jacinto College
8060 Spencer Hwy
Pasadena, TX 77505
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