Learn from experts
Process safety specialists and industry peers working in all industry sectors will share their knowledge and experience including lessons learned and latest research.
Review good practice in process safety
Presentations will share lessons learned from what's worked well (and not so well) so that you can apply good practice to your own operations.
Get comprehensive technical insight
The programme will cover all the functional areas that are key to managing and reducing process safety risk effectively, including engineering and design, systems and procedures, knowledge and competence, human factors, assurance, safety culture, and environmental protection.
Get industry insights and benchmark your company
Hear presentations from industry practitioners, regulators and researchers. Find out what's happening across the industry and what other companies are doing to make safety their main priority, and identify areas for improvement in your own organisation.
Hear from senior leaders
Our inspirational plenary speakers will share their insight and strategic vision on some of our conference themes.
Have your say
As well as Q&A at the end of every presentation, there will be further discussion time built into the programme to help continue the conversation and move the agenda forward.
Network with your peers and make new contacts
Whilst networking can never be fully replicated via an online event, the virtual platform does encourage and facilitate professional networking. There will be plenty of opportunity to network with delegates, presenters, exhibitors and speakers throughout the event.
Find out what's new in process safety
Process safety is constantly developing and Hazards 31 is a great opportunity to discover the latest innovations in the field.
Discover new products and services
Make new contacts and discover products and services to support you in improving process safety performance in our exhibition hall.
- Meet Continuous Professional Development (CPD) requirements
Attending Hazards 31 is a great way to demonstrate commitment to your personal and professional development.
"Process safety is a constantly developing field and it's a great opportunity to benchmark ourselves against other companies, and find out what is emerging, what we can take back and implement to ensure safety is our main priority."Teri Zdrojewski, AWE
"I've learnt techniques and tools that we can use to improve our processes but also softer things around culture."Tomas Davies, Sellafield Fuels
"It's an excellent way to learn about what's going on in industry...and I can transfer that to my teaching."Chris Tighe, Imperial College London