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Mohammed Al-Sayed

Managing Director

Senior Consultant, Business, Risk Managment, Technical / Functional Safety, Reliability, Integrity

Berlin Area, Germany

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ALARP 'Risk Reduction ApS

Managing Director

January 2002 to Present

Copenhagen Area, Denmark

ZAKUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

Senior Risk Management Advisor

March 2015 to October 2015

ALARP Risk Reduction (ApS / AS / Inc.)

Technical Safety / Risk Manager at Suncor Energy

May 2014 to September 2014

Stavanger Area, Norway

Mohammed Al-Sayed's Education

Copenhagen Business School

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Business Adminstration A

2010 to 2012

University of Aberdeen

Master's Degree Safety Engineering Reliability and Risk Management A

2001 to 2003

Damascus University

Bachelor's Degree Mechancial Engineering 90 %

1993 to 2000

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ALARP 'Risk Reduction ApS

ALARP Risk Reduction ApS has effectively been in business since 2002 in the UK, then it got re-established in Canada, and then again in Denmark. The idea is a network of professional consultants under the same roof, Liaising with their own clients, working on their own projects, and sharing professional advise and administrative business costs. ALARP Risk...

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For the past 15 years, I’ve advised on International Oil & Gas Production /Processing /Transportation projects specializing in Risk Management, Technical Safety, & Pipeline Integrity. I’ve been involved in various stages of projects life cycle from Concept to Construction, and worked for operation, as well as engineering and consulting firms. I’ve lead teams up-to 10 people, and managed projects up to 2$ Billion. I also specialise in Business Development /Strategy Formulation & Implementation /International Market Analysis, for the Energy industry including Production, Storage and Transport. I have also advised on project for the Pharmaceutical and Transportation (trains, rails, automotive, space) industries. Technical Skills: - Oil and Gas Industry: Onshore, Offshore, Drilling, Production, FPSO, Integrity, Process, Pipelines - Risk Assessment (QRA): Probability, dispersion modelling, Barrier Management, ALARP. NO-Z13 - Functional Safety & SIL: LOPA, PFD, RCM Strategy, testing as per IEC 61511/61508, G-70, SINTIF - Pipeline & Asset Integrity: Defect Assessment, Fitness-for-Service, Corrosion Managment, RBI - Technical & Process Safety: Layout, process, PSD, F&G Detection, Fire water, etc. NORSOK S001 - Management Systems: including Quality ISO 9001, Environment, 14001, Social R. ISO 26000 - Regulatory Compliance: PSA, HSE, ERCB, DOT, EPA, LBEG, ENS - Facilitation: HAZOP, HAZID, HIRA, SIL, LOPA, Bow-Tie, FMEA, ALARP, Training - Standards: , S002, S003, , ISO 14801, API 580/581. Business Skills - International Projects: UK, US, Canada, Scandinavian countries, and the Arabic Gulf. - Business Development MBA skills with International Network and Cultural Diversity - An Inspirational Leadership: vision, enthusiasm, passion, empathy, self-awareness, self-regulation. - As a Team player, I am well liked, as I believe everyone has a unique gift to give, and I am honest and emphatic in my feedback.Managing Director @ ALARP Risk Reduction ApS has effectively been in business since 2002 in the UK, then it got re-established in Canada, and then again in Denmark. The idea is a network of professional consultants under the same roof, Liaising with their own clients, working on their own projects, and sharing professional advise and administrative business costs. ALARP Risk Reduction ApS focuses on three risk management fields and offers professional services to all three: 1- Engineering Risk including technical safety and reliability • Facilitation: HAZOP, SIL, HAZID • Process Safety: ISO 10418, IEC 61508 / 61511, DNV • Technical Safety: NORSOK S-001 • Working Environment: NORSOK S-002 • Environmental care: NORSOK S-003 • Risk Management & QRA: NORSOK Z-013, ISO 17776, PHAST • Pipeline Integrity: CSZ-Z662, NACE, Life Extensions • Assets Management (RBI, RCM): API 571, 580, 581 2- Business Risk: • International Business Development • Strategy development and Implementation • Enterprise Risk Management • Return On Invested Capital Risk • Financial Statement Analysis • Project Risk Managment 3- Life cycle and cost management • Return on Sustainable projects • Life extensions From January 2002 to Present (14 years) Copenhagen Area, DenmarkSenior Risk Management Advisor @ As a risk management advisor I was responsible for the company's operating risk. Together with another colleague we worked establishing the assets risk registers. Our team more or less operated independently from the rest of the team. I was mainly tasked with the development of the Risk Assessment and Managment System for the Company. This included updating the company's risk matrix and developing several risk assessment processes and tools. The other main project was to develop the process for assessment of assets nearing the end of their operating life's, LEPs. I was acting project manager for the project from an HSE point of view during the a sense of senior management. I also asked to develop the Incident Investigation and Reporting Process Intigrated Tool, where personal safety and process safety incidents would be ranked and investigated based in their level of severity. I also facilitated a number of risk assessments including an increase to the POB, a SIMOPS risk assessment, and the development of the Marine operations risk register. From March 2015 to October 2015 (8 months) Technical Safety / Risk Manager at Suncor Energy @ Process and Technical Safety Lead Engineer for a Major Suncor discovery development in the North Sea. Responsibly for: 1- Manageing the develiery of the Total Risk Assessment 2- Manageing the technical / process Safety of project through its various design life 3- Manageing the delivery of all Safety and Risk Studies including HAZOPS, HAZIDS, and SILs 4- Ensuing that all risks are at levels that are As Low As Reasonably Practicable From May 2014 to September 2014 (5 months) Stavanger Area, NorwayTechnical Safety/ Risk Managment Advisor at ExxonMobil Norway AS @ - I advised on the technical safety and total risk assessment for the Offshore Development project. - Managed the delivery of two QRA updates for two Offshore installations - Advised on the improvement of the Process Safety Managment System, and developed KPI's - Developed links between the updates in Risk Management System & Barrier Management Strategy - Developed material and supported the External Audit of the Risk Management System - I facilitated, reported, and managed the follow-up, and closure of more than 20 high-risk assessments - Participated in incident investigations / Reporting relating to process safety management systems From September 2012 to December 2013 (1 year 4 months) Stavanger Area, NorwayProcess and Technical Safety Engineer for Aker Solutions @ I advised on two projects • Technical and process safety for a FFED study, gas export line on VARG FPSO • Technical safety for a a concept study, upgrading life-boats on a platform From March 2012 to July 2012 (5 months) Trondheim Area, NorwaySenior Strategy Consultant for Inscape Partners Int. @ Develop an international entry strategy to the UK market From April 2011 to October 2011 (7 months) Copenhagen Area, DenmarkProject Team Lead / Manager / Risk Specialist @ The position involved staff leadership with regards to management of some projects management, as well as a carrying out QHSE technical tasks. Business development efforts were initially towards Qatar, but then shifted to Denmark. Achieved up to 40% cost reduction, started a new service line, appointed as team leader / section manager, and built business networks and strategic relationships with key stakeholder during the successful implementation of my MBA recommendations. Results: • Participated in the development of QHSE objectives and guidelines for some of clients, such as giving meaningful input into Dong E&P’s Risk Management Standard • Successfully managed and lead various teams of professional on various Safety, Environmental, CSR, and Economic assessments and projects that varied in size and complexity in alignment with the Danish regulations, Seveso directive, Norsok Standards, and ISO 9001 & 14001 • Completed Projects include: • Multiple safety cases and emergency, escape & evacuation studies for offshore installations • Multiple QRA updates for offshore installation and subsea pipelines including HAZID facilitation ALARP analysis such as HalfDan at Maersk O&G • Functional safety, structural reliability and safety risk assessment of wind farms, Dong DK • Environmental impact assessment (EIA) of Qatar-Bahrain Causeway, Qatar • Human vulnerability analysis to heat radiation to determine fatality limit, and safety distances. NNE, DK • Develop Reliability Centred Maintenance Programme for the Messina Bridge in Italy. From May 2009 to May 2011 (2 years 1 month) Copenhagen Area, DenmarkBusiness Management Consultant for COWI A/S @ COWI AS is an Engineering Consulting firm that is owned by a foundation, which reinvests any profits back into the business and the community. Essentially, a form of NGO. The company was essentially in the business of selling knowledge, engineering and technical consultancy within Denmark and outside. The company sponsored my Executive MBA program so that in-depth analyses of its industries, clients, internal systems and processes can be carried to improve and profitability, quality, and overall performance. The following projects were carried out. - “Value Adding Services – Business Plan”. An analysis of a business opportunity for COWI. - “Realistic Forecasts – COWI in the mitts of Change”. An analysis of COWI’s annual reports including valuation and recommendations to ensure growth on the long run. - “Cost-cutting in relation to innovation HR practices – a business case for knowledge providing companies”. A study of HR practices within COWI, and recommend policies and practices to ensure strategic alliance with core strengths and strategy - Supply Chain Management “Analyses of Quantitative Risk Assessment process in COWI”. Recommendations of the study result in 40 % increase in value to COWI and clients. - International Marketing strategy of Enterprise Risk Management service in the USA - Cost Benefit Analysis showing the value added in engineering solutions to high-riser buildings projects in COWI - SWOT analysis of competitors, external environment, core competencies, and opportunities to develop a marketing and vision strategy From January 2010 to April 2011 (1 year 4 months) Copenhagen Area, DenmarkBusiness Development / Project Manager / Risk Specialist @ As a business developer and risk engineer in Denmark and internationally: • I managed and delivered a number of comprehensive and competitive proposals for multi million dollar projects working with professionals in the DK, UK, and US. • As the company was going into the North American Market, I developed a marketing strategy in line with the US branch, and in fact completed a marketing tour of potential clients and business partners in Canada, which resulted in significant revenues to the company and project streams. • I successfully participated in the completion of Svend TRA update for Dong Energy. From October 2008 to May 2009 (8 months) Copenhagen Area, DenmarkSenior Integrity Engineer for Pangea Engineering. @ As part Pangea Engineering consulting team • Carried out a number of engineering critical assessments on pipelines • Developed asset integrity management programs for operating companies • Carried out Research and published papers in international conferences From January 2008 to August 2008 (8 months) Calgary, Canada AreaTeam Leader / Project Manager / Senior Integrity Engineer @ • I was the subject matter advisor, and project manager of the Asset Integrity Management Program from concept phase to contractor selection, and implementation. • I was involved in the development and implementation of the risk assessment manual • I was the main advisor for the corporate pipeline integrity management program for the pipeline systems. • I was also responsible for the development team providing technical expertise and guidance. The team developed tools like: The high consequence areas HCA, The corrosion defect assessment, The corrosion assessment tool, the high-level risk screening tool, and the detailed risk assessment methodology. • Completed the Acid gas injection pipeline risk assessment at Rainbow Lake, and submitted a critical engineering assessment to the authorities and company management. • Complete a QRA for White Rose FPSO, including HAZID facilitation, fault tree analysis and dispersion modelling • Completed an oil pipeline risk assessment at Prince George refinery, including HAZID, release modelling, and probability assessment. • I was subject matter advisor for the pilot project of the RBI program implementation on the refinery in Lloyd Minster. • I was responsible for providing corporate HSE awareness training and best practice seminars and campaigns. • Built strategic business relationships within the firm and across business units, and supported management activities to enhance the company’s productivity. From August 2006 to January 2008 (1 year 6 months) Calgary, Canada AreaHAZOP Facilitator at PMO / Signal Safety @ I facilitated HAZOP’s, SIL Reviews, and calculations: • Multiple onshore reviews for clients like Shell, Tri-ocean Engineering • Off shore reliability analysis for Balast Valve System for Husky's Sea Rose FPSO including an FMECA and What-if analysis. From February 2006 to August 2006 (7 months) Calgary, Canada AreaDeputy Team Lead / Risk Assessment Engineer @ I was part of a team of 4 engineers, where work was coordinated by the engineering director who was in a different city and on a different time zone. The group had various tasks, and existing processes. My work was mostly in development of services and problem solving of engineering challenges that could not be tackled in the traditional methods. Results: • Carry out site investigations and collect evidence for laboratory analysis and material testing, and complete fact finding data review, and produce a rout cause analysis on report (RCA) including recommendation to amend existing completion standard practices to avoid future incidents. • Completed Critical Engineering Assessments which included operational history review, FORM failure probability calculations, dispersion modeling using PHAST, and integrity plans for oil/gas pipelines owned by major oil and gas operators. • Used First Order Reliability Methods (FORM) to develop Quantitative probability assessment models for onshore pipelines including internal /external corrosion, Mechanical Damage, cracks, and dents. • Developed (RBI) methodology for pumping stations to be embedded in in-house software solution based on API580 From January 2005 to March 2006 (1 year 3 months) Integrity Engineer at GE Energy @ The project was to develop a software application code for GE’s In Line Inspection tools, so that the following an ILI inspection, the tool will produce the pipeline risk profile. I was working on the mechanical damage model where I used First Order Reliability Methods to develop a probability estimation models using the pipelines characteristics and defect dimensions. I was also required to develop a tool to assess the total risk taking other models input into consideration, as well the dispersion modeling results of PHAST software to produce the pipeline profile risk picture. From June 2004 to December 2005 (1 year 7 months) Calgary, Canada AreaProcess Safety Engineer at Moduspec @ I successfully facilitated and scribed for a number of HAZOPs and HAZID reviews, and performed LOPA analysis for a number of refineries and plants across Alberta. I also helped in the development of a marketing solution for a new providing SIL services in the industry. From April 2004 to June 2004 (3 months) Calgary, Canada AreaSafety specialist @ Canadian engineering companies require Canadian engineering experience in order to work as an engineer, so I managed to volunteer at my first Canadian job at ACM. I worked in a team of two engineers, where the tasks were coordinated by the company manager. Results: • Facilitate, Scribe, and develop reports for several HAZOP/ LOPA/ BowTie and SIL reviews including onshore BP’s refinery in Edmonton, Shell’s Caroline Gas Complex, Suncor’s Oil Sand’s plant in FortMcmurry, Husky’s FPSO in Newfoundland and many more. • Develop new functionalities and assist in problem solving for in-house software • Present and facilitate SIL and HAZOP training workshops on a regular basis • Write and present technical papers in international conference, (Failure rate as per IEC61508) From September 2003 to March 2004 (7 months) Calgary, Canada AreaSafety Engineer @ I was asked to review the HIRA process used for risk assessments of offshore pipelines. I worked in team with others in the industry to ensure optimisation and alignment with industry. The team responsible was involved in the development of the initial version of the HIRA, so there was significant resistance to change. This required technical skills, effective and diplomatic communication skills, and interpersonal skills. I managed to: • Develop and implemented the Improved HIRA process for offshore pipeline risk assessment • Prepare, participate, and develop final report for on-going pipeline risk assessments (HIRAs) • Present a paper on the IHIRA summarizing the project results in the UKOOA international pipeline conference in Amsterdam with more than 100 delegates attending. From July 2002 to March 2003 (9 months) Aberdeen, United KingdomProcess Safety Engineer at QEDI @ I scriped for a number of HAZOP reviews through my relationship with QEDi. I became familiar with the HAZOP process, and got practical experience on the legislative requirements in the UK. From October 2001 to July 2002 (10 months) Aberdeen, United KingdomMaster of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Business Adminstration, A @ Copenhagen Business School From 2010 to 2012 Master's Degree, Safety Engineering, Reliability and Risk Management, A @ University of Aberdeen From 2001 to 2003 Bachelor's Degree, Mechancial Engineering, 90 % @ Damascus University From 1993 to 2000 Mohammed Al-Sayed is skilled in: First Order Reliability Methods (FORM), International Business, HAZID, Consequence Modelling, Ignition probability analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Corporate program development, Safety culture, Asset Integirty Cost Accounting, Innovation, Financial statement analysis, Communication, Defect assessment, PESTL, QRA


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