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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Improving Process Safety Leadership – A personal journey

Author : Graeme Ellis - Group Head of Process Safety, Johnson Matthey

12 December 2018

After an introduction by Neil, Graeme will share his personal insights on the journey to improve leadership of process safety and the challenges of improving awareness throughout the workforce.

In 2010 Graeme Ellis worked with Cogent Skills and industry stakeholders to develop the highly respected PSM Training Standards, including Process Safety Leadership for Senior Executives. He has been involved both in delivering the associated training, and now working with colleagues to embed a bespoke approach to process safety leadership training across Johnson Matthey’s global operations.
A founder member of the PSM Competence Programme Board, Neil Smith has taken a leading role in the development of PSM Skills Strategy, supporting the development of the PSM training standards and assuring the programme is supported with the highest quality training provision since the establishment of the PSM programme in 2010. He provides ongoing support to the PSM Competence Programme Board and Expert Panel.
In addition to over 20 years’ experience leading and delivering regional and national skills and competence development programmes Neil is no stranger to hazardous operations. His early career as an aircraft engineering artificer and flying maintainer in the Royal Navy on Helicopter Squadrons.

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