Towards Implementation of Seveso III as Revised COMAH Regulations
Date From: 19 March 2013
Location: United Kingdom
Description: The new Seveso III directive has been agreed and work is beginning towards its implementation in revised COMAH regulations which will come into force in June 2015. Key changes will be a change in scope (particularly for toxic substances), and greater requirements for providing public information.
Event Type: IChemE Event
Venue: CBI Conference Centre, First Floor, Centre Point Tower, 103 New Oxford Street, WC1A 1DU, UK
Contact Name: Courses department
Contact Phone: +44 (0)1788 534431
IChemE member - £275 + VAT
Non-member - £375 + VAT
Jointly organised with HSL
Exhibiting or sponsoring
The exhibition is full, however, there are still a small number of sponsorship opportunities available - email or call Samantha Derbyshire at HSL on +44 (0) 1298 218806 to find out more.
Confirmed exhibitors are:
Intertek Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals
Santia Consulting Ltd
The new Seveso III directive has been agreed and work is beginning towards its implementation in revised COMAH regulations which will come into force in June 2015. Key changes will be a change in scope (particularly for toxic substances), and greater requirements for providing public information.
The changes in scope will also affect the need for hazardous substances consent. This seminar, jointly organised with HSL, will highlight the main issues in a series of presentations and will provide opportunity for informal feedback to the regulators concerned with drafting the revision to COMAH.
• Seveso III - how we got here and looking forward to new COMAH regulations
• will Seveso III affect your COMAH status?
• update on heavy fuel oil
• public information - openness and transparency, including discussion
• project on non-technical summaries of safety reports, including discussion
• land use planning and hazardous substance consents
• update on Article 4 - latest from Europe
• industrial viewpoint
• major hazard regulation from an SME viewpoint
Click here to view the full programme and speaker biographies
Who will benefit
Anyone who needs to understand how the changes to COMAH may affect them, including:
safety and environmental managers and directors
safety and environmental specialists
consultants who assist companies with the implementation of COMAH
The content of this seminar has been certified by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to continuing professional development principles