Hazards 32

Programme

The Hazards programme will be published in July 2022. It will be designed around the core functional areas of a process safety framework (assurance, engineering and design, environmental protection, human factors, knowledge and competence, safety culture, and systems and procedures).

The programme will include:

  • technical presentations from industry practitioners, researchers and regulators*
  • plenary and invited speakers sharing strategic insight on our core themes
  • the Trevor Kletz Hazards lecture – introduced to recognise process safety pioneer Trevor Kletz's significant contribution to the Hazards conference series. The lecture aims to inspire a broader awareness of major hazards management and to challenge thinking, often by focusing on cross-sector learning
  • Q&A and discussion time to help move the agenda forward  
  • relevant information sessions eg the Professional Process Safety Engineer registration.

* Technical presentations will be delivered across parallel sessions. We will make video recordings available after the event so that attendees can catch up with the presentations that they miss during the live event. The opportunity to watch or revisit presentations on catch-up was a popular feature of our virtual conferences and we are pleased to incorporate it as part of our in-person event.

"The talks are a good mix of theoretical and practical. They give you the background and the theory but it's very focused on the applicability of it. I can take what's applicable back to my company and implement it there and then."

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