Name: Dr Waddah S Ghanem Al Hashmi BEng (Hons), MBA, MSc, Dip SM, DipEM, AFIChemE, FEI, MIoD
Designation: Sr Director – Sustainability, Operational& Business Excellence
Currently the Senior Director for Sustainability, Operational and Business Excellence for the ENOC Group and overseas all the sustainability, CSR, Energy and Resource Management and reporting as well as Business and Operational Excellence, Innovation and Process Improvement and LSS projects with the Group. He has spent the last 22 years+ from being a consultant to an EHS Supervisor at the refinery to assistant EHS Advisor in the Group, later to grow the EHS Compliance function until he become Director, EHSQ Compliance in 2010. He was appointed in 2015 as Executive Director, EHSSQ & Corporate Affairs and in June 2018 was given the role of Senior Director for Sustainability, Operational and Business Excellence.
Waddah holds several academic and vocational qualifications including BEng (Hons) in Environmental; two PG Diplomas; MSc in Environmental Sciences; MBAand a Doctorate from the University of Bradford in the UK.
His publications include various research, practitioner journal and conference papers in addition to more than 6 internationally published books.
He is Vice Chairman of Dubai Carbon; a Board Member of the Emirates Environment Group; an Executive Committee Member (Board) the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF); Board/Council member of the Energy Institute (EI),UK; Hon. Chairman of the Energy Institute Middle East Branch. He is Senior advisor to the Board of the Clean Energy Business Council.
17th Oct (Day 2) Technical Session 6:Competency Assessment & Organizational Capabilities.
Developing the Capability of the Teams through effective Drill Development
Abstract (not more than 150 Words):
Through leading a drill, much can be learnt by management and the team. Effective full-fledged scenario testing through a drill is a very good way of testing people, equipment, mutual aid agreements and communications. This paper will explain how effective drills can be developed and tested with objectives such as testing systems, people and communications.
Many drills are undertaken, because they ned to be undertaken for legal, contractual or based on KPIs set by the management. Many organisations conduct drills but the quality and the learnings that can be gained through effective drill management is significant in the development of skills and competencies of all those who are involved.
This presentation shall share also some learning from real case studies undertaken.
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