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Mr Prabir Roy, Ex – Techno Manager, Site Head – Assam Bio Refinery to speak on “Behaviour based safety : bring safety culture in Project” online on Saturday, March 23, 2024, 06.30pm onwards.

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Profile of Mr Prabir Roy:
Executive level Engineering & Management professional with international experience in North America ,Asia, Europe, Africa, South East Asia. Highly committed with over 30 years of experience. A subject matter expert in Management leadership development studies, soft skill, project management.
Employment History
• Assam bio refinery Pvt Ltd. India
• Shell International Exploration and Production; USA
• Shell Petroleum Development Corporation; Nigeria
• Shell Eastern Petroleum (PTE) Ltd., Singapore
• Shell Chemical Ltd., U.K
• Brunei Shell Petroleum Company SDN BHD
• Bharat petroleum Corp. Ltd, India
Lecturer/Conducted training In addition to international seminar, I have conducted training to the following company to various level of the organization and various management and engineering topics
o Shell International Exploration and Production; USA
o Shell Petroleum Development Corporation; Nigeria
o Shell Eastern Petroleum (PTE) Ltd., Singapore
o Shell Chemical Ltd., U.K
o Brunei Shell Petroleum Company, Sdn Bhd Brunei
o Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd Mumbai
o Institute of Mechanical Engineers
About theme:
In the fast-paced world of project management, where deadlines loom large and complexities abound, fostering a culture of safety is not just a moral imperative but a strategic necessity.
Integrating behavior-based safety [BBS]strategies into project management practices serves as a cornerstone for cultivating such a culture. By prioritizing proactive approaches that address human behavior and mindset, organizations can create environments where safety becomes ingrained into every aspect of project execution. Through intentional integration of behavior-based safety strategies, project managers can effectively mitigate hazards, prevent incidents, and promote a sense of collective responsibility for safety among all stakeholders.
The talk will emphasize the understanding of BBS and how to bring in behaviour change towards safety.


23 03 2024


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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