Hazards 29
22–24 May 2019, Birmingham, UK
Hazards 29

Call for papers

Hazards 29 will provide a forum for sharing experiences and promoting safer working practices across industry, providing essential insight into how to manage and reduce risk effectively, and helping to make good practice common practice.

In the words of our guest speaker at Hazards 28:

"Reminding, talking and sharing is one of the best ways to stop people from becoming complacent."  Vanessa Sutherland, US Chemical Safety Board (CSB).

If you have process safety experience to share that others can learn from, we encourage you to present a paper or a poster at Hazards 29.

Initially, we would like an abstract (500 words maximum) outlining your proposed paper. The abstract submission deadline is 28 September 2018.

Download the abstract submission form >>

Download the call for papers brochure >>

Who we'd like to hear from

Anyone who can provide insights into latest research or developments, lessons learned, or good practice in process safety from an industrial, regulatory or academic perspective.

We would particularly like to encourage those owning and managing risk within operating companies to share their hands-on experience so that the rest of industry can benefit.

We'd like to hear from a range of industry sectors including oil & gas, chemicals, offshore, power, laboratories, nuclear, food & drink, pharmaceuticals, water, manufacturing, renewable energy, agrochemicals, transmission networks, and transport of hazardous goods/supply chain.

We're also interested in how process safety is being applied in new technologies, eg new energy start-ups, LNG powered vehicles, hydrogen, CO2, biomethane, unconventional gas, batteries.

What we're looking for

You may have latest research or new ideas to share, or practical lessons that others can use and apply to their own work, e.g. feedback on challenges/issues encountered and how you solved them.

Perhaps others can learn from your company's process safety systems and procedures, or from a specific case study.

Lessons learned from incidents or near-misses are always well-received, as are success stories demonstrating how good process safety practice has delivered tangible, positive results. 

Whatever your experience in process safety, if you think others can benefit, then we'd like to hear from you.

Conference themes

Papers are invited on the following core themes:

 Assurance  Knowledge & Competence
 Engineering & Design  Safety Culture 
 Environmental Protection  Systems & Procedures
 Human Factors  

 

Download our list of suggested topics in each of these core themes >>

Why contribute?

  • help to share good practice and make the process industries safer
  • enhance your reputation and demonstrate your commitment to improving process safety
  • get your paper published in the conference proceedings
  • enhance your CV and demonstrate a commitment to your personal/professional development

 

How to submit a paper

What happens next?

  • abstracts will be reviewed by the technical committee and if they are considered sufficiently suitable and relevant to the Hazards 29 programme, a full paper will be requested
  • following another independent review, successful papers will be offered a speaking slot in the programme or the opportunity to display a poster at the conference
  • there are up to 70 speaking slots and an unlimited number of poster slots available  

Key dates

 Abstract submission deadline  28 September 2018
 Abstract review completed and results communicated  End October 2018
 Full paper submission deadline  18 January 2019
 Full paper review completed and speaking/poster slots confirmed  Mid-February 2019

 

Silver sponsors

CGE Risk Management Solutions

ioMosaic

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