Principal Engineer; ABS Consulting
Mark Manton has 30 years’ experience in Oil and Gas. After acquiring a PhD in Chemical Engineering at MIT, he spent 25 years with Shell in: Amsterdam (NL), The Hague (NL), Bintulu (Malaysia), Rouen (France), Chester (UK) and London (UK). His last role at Shell was as Process Safety Manager at Shell’s Stanlow refinery. During that time he was part of, and for 2 years chaired, the United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association’s (UKPIA’s) Process Safety Leadership Network, the main interface between the sector and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Environmental Agency (EA). This also included active involvement in working groups covering Human Factors, Buncefield follow-up and environmental risk assessments and therefore extensive experience working with the UK HSE and demonstrating that the residual risks have been reduced to ALARP.
Mark joined ABS Group 4 years ago and has since consulted with, or delivered training to, Shell (Africa and 3 Europe sites), US-BSEE, KPC, Syngenta, Takreer, Valero, Wood Group, Calor, Slovnaft, Hexcel, Evonik, Merck, SBM Offshore, GKN, etc. He is an active member of the committee writing the CCPS/EI concept book on Risk Management using Bow Ties and has presented papers at the IChemE’s Hazards conferences in 2014/5/7 and the AiChE’s GCPS conferences in 2016/7.
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