The programme features the knowledge and experience of over 100 industry experts, including industry practitioners, researchers and regulators.
- Human factors
- Hazard assessment
- Design engineering
- Case studies
- Dispersion modelling
- Safety culture
- Cyber security
- Incident investigation
- Education & training
- Process safety management
- Systems & audits
- Integration of process safety data
- Risk assessment
- Safety cases
- Pipelines & transport
- Lessons learned
- Hazard management
- Process safety futures
- Offshore safety
As well as oral presentations, there will be a wealth of process safety knowledge and experience shared in poster form, available to view throughout the conference.
Poster titles will be published as the authors confirm their attendance but should include contributions from ABB, ADNOC Refining, ENI, DNV GL, Fluor, Gexcon UK, IOSH, PM Group, Rolls Royce, Saudi Aramco, Shell, Taqa Bratani, Thames Water, Tupras Refineries, and many more.
A number of poster authors will deliver 'flash' presentations summarising their poster content during the opening session of the conference.
Download the latest list of confirmed poster presentations >>
How Do We Achieve, Maintain and Demonstrate Competencies for Process Safety?
Friday 24 May 2019, 09:40–10:20
Panel members taking your questions and sharing their own thoughts will include:
- Dame Judith Hackitt DBE - chair of EEF, the member organisation which champions manufacturers and manufacturing in the UK; former chair of the UK Health and Safety Executive
- Ken Rivers - IChemE President and Chair of the COMAH Strategic Forum
- Trish Kerin - IChemE Safety Centre Director
- Dr Chris Tighe - Lecturer, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London
- Dr Laurence Cusco, Head of Major Hazards Group, HSE and Chair of the Hazards technical committee
Professional Process Safety Engineer – information session
Thursday 23 May 2019, 17:30–18:30
The Professional Process Safety Engineer registration provides public recognition to peer-reviewed practitioners working in process safety related roles. It is open to existing Chartered Members and Fellows of IChemE with significant process safety experience.
This information session will cover both the formal requirements and informal expectations of the application process, to assist anyone preparing or considering applying for Professional Process Safety Engineer.
Come along and see what Professional Process Safety Engineer can do for you and your professional development.