Hazards 27
IChemE's leading process safety conference

Posters

There will be a range of poster presentations for you to view during the conference. Poster presentation titles will be published here as they are confirmed.

Benefits of Detailed CFD Ventilation Analysis During Early Design Phases, Josué Quilliou, GexCon, Norway

Enhancing Safety and Risk Management, from Conception to Delivery – Integrating Lessons and Good Practices From Relevant Cases to Maximise the Performance of HAZOP (and Similar) Studies, Fillipe Dobbin Caruso, Bureau Veritas, UK

Is there value in a ‘one size fits all’ approach to risk matrices?, Carolyn Nicholls & Jennifer Carroll, RAS Ltd, UK

Learning from Incidents – Linking Incident Analysis with BowTie Based Risk Assessments, Paul McCulloch, CGE Risk Management Solutions, The Netherlands

Modelling Flammable Chemical Major Hazards Using the DRIFT 3 Dispersion Model, Zoe Chaplin, Helen Cruse & Harvey Tucker, Health & Safety Executive, UK; Graham Tickle, ESR Technology, UK

Relevance of PERSEE for the Calculation of the Consequences of an Accidental Release of a Mix of Natural Gas and Hydrogen, Arnaud Foissac, Vincent Blanchetière, Gael Blanchetière & Nicolas Herchin, ENGIE Lab CRIGEN, France

Safety Barrier Management and Risk Assessment: Integration for Safer Operations in the Oil & Gas Industry, Marta Bucelli & Valerio Cozzani, University of Bologna, Italy; Nicola Paltrinieri, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway; Gabriele Landucci, University of Pisa, Italy

Standardisation of BowTie Methodology and Terminology via a CCPS Book, Martin Johnson, BP

UK Nuclear Safety Cases: Towards a Unified Approach, Chris Brookes-Mann, Seaborn Monk, UK

What Is Possible Today In Creating a Process Safety Management Strategy That We Are Fully Committed To and How Will We Each Contribute?, Steve Lewis, CSA Group, UK

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