Hazards 27 is a chance to review best practice and latest research in process safety, share experiences and lessons learned, and network with process safety experts and industry peers.
Here are our top 10 reasons for attending:
1. Learn from leading experts
Over 100 leading experts from 13 countries around the globe will share knowledge, experience, latest developments and lessons learnt in process safety, helping you to reduce the risk of hazardous events at your own workplace.
2. Hear from a range of practitioners
You'll hear from a wide range of industry practitioners, researchers and industry regulators, including ABB Consulting, Amec Foster Wheeler, Atkins, BP, Costain, DNV GL, Environment Agency, Health & Safety Executive, LyondellBasell, Sellafield Ltd, Swiss Re, Texas A&M University & Woodside Energy.
3. Get comprehensive technical insight
Presentations will cover all the functional areas that are key to managing and reducing risk effectively: engineering and design, systems and procedures, knowledge and competence, human factors, assurance, culture, and environmental protection.
4. Create your own agenda
Presentations will be delivered across parallel sessions on 11 & 12 May, helping you to prioritise the learning opportunities important to you, or plan a strategy with your colleagues to get the most out of the conference.
5. Hear strategic views from our keynote speakers
Our line-up includes invited speakers from BASF, Unilever, Shell and Marsh Energy.
6. Take lessons from the motorsport industry
Guest speaker, Formula One analyst Mark Gallagher, will share insights into risk management and safety culture in the world of motorsport and how the lessons can be transferred to our high hazard industries.
7. Network with your peers and make new contacts
There will be plenty of opportunity to network with speakers and industry peers during the event, including a free welcome drinks reception on 10 May and an informal social event on 11 May.
8. Discover new products and services
An exhibition will run alongside the conference, showcasing products and services to help manage and reduce risk effectively.
9. Explore topics in more detail at a workshop
Six optional workshops on 10 May offer the chance to delve deeper into certain core topics, as well as contribute to a free debate on the future of process safety.
10. Find out about the Professional Process Safety Engineer registration
Get first-hand guidance on the application process for the Professional Process Safety Engineer registration, the only globally recognised process safety qualification.