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Episodes

01 LOUISA NARA

HSE Senior Executive

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 1

“There are two things you can do with procedures: you can follow them, or you can change them”.

02 LEO PICCIOLI

Leadership & Management Expert

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 2

“I, as a leader, become the warden of the company culture”

03 MARY CORSARO

Oil & Gas Senior Executive

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 3 (COMING SOON)

“One of the topics that need to be discussed in Latin America is the value of the individuals”.

COMING SOON

04 RAY DALTON

Leadership & Management Expert

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 4 (COMING SOON)

“What I enjoy the most is to connect people with their own capacity for learning”.

COMING SOON

05 HORACIO FORCHIASSIN

Oil & Gas Senior Executive

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 5 (COMING SOON)

“An organization is successful when the whole structure, the second line, the third line, and on, understand, follow and are involved in the projects”.

COMING SOON

06 KINNESH DALAL

HSE Senior Executive

SEASON 1 – EPISODE 6 (COMING SOON)

“My objective is to send everyone home safely”.

COMING SOON

What is safety Culture Leaders?
Safety Culture Leaders is a series of interviews with global leaders which delves into the principal challenges related to risk-based management. These include the generation of high-performance teams and the importance of promoting activities based on Operational Discipline as well as conflict management in the workplace, the central role of the Supervisor in the prevention of the normalization of deviance, connecting with local communities and the increase of environmental legislation. Read more

What is safety Culture Leaders?
Safety Culture Leaders is a series of interviews with global leaders which delves into the principal challenges related to risk-based management. These include the generation of high-performance teams and the importance of promoting activities based on Operational Discipline as well as conflict management in the workplace, the central role of the Supervisor in the prevention of the normalization of deviance, connecting with local communities and the increase of environmental legislation.
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S01 | E01: Louisa Nara

She is the Global Technical Director of the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). During her 40 years of experience, she became one of the most influential and inspiring executives in the world.

She brings CCPS’s approach to all over the world: “I think the biggest impact was getting companies across the world to join us in our mission and vision to stop process-related incidents.”

Louisa combines a long-term vision with simple and powerful ideas that seek to transform the lives of organizations: “… if there is one incident that has an impact on the media, it will affect the entire industry. Because the public does not distinguish a good company from a not so good one. An incident is for everyone”.

And she concludes: “Executives are understanding that everything they do is seen. Organizational culture can only change with change in the highest-level leader”.

S01 | E02: Leo Piccioli

He is a writer and speaker. He was a CEO for 18 years, first of Officenet and then of Staples Latin America.

A specialist in Disruptive Management, he is a thinker with provocative and challenging ideas.

His vision is to help leaders to develop better leaders: “Looking at the short term only does us a lot of damage. And technology leads us to focus on the short-term. Leaders must go one step further and ensure that our children and our grandchildren have a better world.”

Leo assures us that a leader must be the guardian of organizational culture and that “people no longer have loyalty to a company, but rather to a cause, to a why; they want to work for something that is bigger than themselves.”

Host

The Oil & Gas industry faces a global challenge that, just like the figure of the iceberg, only shows us a small pop-up, which appears in the form of a question: How to avoid the repetition of incidents?

Having gone through a period of pronounced descent in the accidentology curve, organizations arrived at a plateau and, at the same time, at a crossroads.

In spite of exponentially increasing their efforts, the growing difficulties in obtaining a social license and the approval of local communities put at risk both the start of new operations as well as the continuity of others already in operation.
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MARTÍN ENRIQUE FERNÁNDEZ
President

Whycomm S.A | Safety Culture Strategies


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