What is Hazards On-Demand?
Hazards is an industry-focused conference that shares good practice, latest research, lessons learned and emerging challenges in process safety. The presentations delivered at Hazards share a wealth of practical insight from process safety specialists representing industry, regulators and academia.
A subscription to the Hazards On-Demand portal is an excellent way for those unable to attend the conferences in-person to access valuable process safety knowledge-sharing at their own leisure.
What is included?
A subscription provides access to the technical content presented at recent UK-based Hazards conferences. This includes:
- videos of the presentations
- the full conference papers (where available) that accompany the presentations.
Initially, the 70+ presentations delivered at Hazards 32 in October 2022 will be available. New content from other recent Hazards conferences (those held between 2018 and 2021) will be added to the portal every month.
What does the content cover?
Hazards conference programmes cover all the functional areas that are key to managing and reducing process safety risk effectively – engineering and design, systems and procedures, knowledge and competence, human factors, assurance, safety culture, and environmental protection.
As such, presentations cover a significant number of themes including:
- asset integrity
- fire and explosion hazards
- human factors
- hydrogen hazards
- inherent safety
- process safety management
- risk assessment
- safety culture
- safety leadership
- and many more.
Common themes include lessons learned, sharing good practice, and cross-sector/industry learning. Presentations also consider the emerging challenges and major hazard implications of new technologies and applications eg clean energy and digitalisation.
All technical content is peer-reviewed by a team of volunteers with expertise in process safety. This includes representatives from operating companies, the contracting/consulting sector, regulators, the insurance sector and academia.
How does the subscription work?
A subscription to the portal allows access for 12 months from the date you are given access. Multi-user subscriptions are available, with discounts based on the number of users.
Content is hosted on the iVent platform, a website accessed via a unique login. Videos can be viewed on the portal but cannot be downloaded. The conference papers can be downloaded as pdf files.
After purchasing a subscription, we will set up your access to the portal and you will receive an email with a link and your unique login details.
If you have any questions, contact us at email@example.com.
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Frequently asked questions
How will I access the portal?
Content is hosted on the iVent platform, a website accessed via a unique login. After purchasing a subscription, we will set up your access to the portal and you will receive an email with a link and your unique login details.
I've just purchased a subscription – when will I get access?
Access to the portal is set up manually. We aim to respond to orders on the same day, but this may take up to 24 hours, Monday to Friday. Please note that we will use the email address used when you purchased your subscription.
Once you are set up as a user on the portal, you will receive an automated email from this email address – firstname.lastname@example.org – asking you to complete your account. Please look out for this and check your Spam folder in case it’s gone in there. You may want to whitelist this email address. If you still haven’t received the email, please contact email@example.com
How long will my access last?
A subscription lasts for 12 months from the point at which we give you access to the portal
Can I download the content?
Conference papers can be downloaded but the videos of the conference presentations can only be viewed on the portal.
How will I know when new content is available?
We will send you new content alerts by email.
I have a question not covered here – who do I contact?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.