Upcoming events and webinars
Below are conferences and webinars where either Trish Kerin and/or Dr Zsuzsanna Gyenes will present.
Webinar: Understanding the difference between Occupational Health and Safety and Process Safety
Monday 11 August, 08:30 BST
Occupational Health and Safety and Process Safety are similar in many aspects but there are certain features that are applied only one or the other and are not interchangeable. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to understand what is the difference between the two areas. This webinar will give some useful information as to what do we mean by area and guide the students through case studies which will help them to implement the learnings.
2020 AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress for Process Safety
17—21 August, Virtual Meeting
As a safety measure amidst the pandemic, AIChE will deliver its 2020 Spring Meeting and 16th Global Congress on Process Safety (and co-located events) virtually. The meeting — which had been rescheduled for August 16–20 in Houston, TX — will now be available via the internet from August 17–21.
Webinar: Natural hazards triggering technological disasters - Natech
Tuesday 18 August, 08:30 BST
In this webinar Trish Kerin will explore the issues with preparing for Natech events. This webinar corresponds with the week that Houston was struct by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. We will explore what occurred at that time, as well as learnings since then.
Webinar: Process concepts
Tuesday 25 August, 08:30 BST
In this webinar Trish Kerin will discuss the ISC framework for process safety and how it applies for various process safety concepts. Join her for this discussion looking at how process safety concepts apply in different industries, and how you can apply them in your organisation.
Webinar: Process safety leadership and how to have some fun
Tuesday 2 September, 08:30 BST
In this webinar Trish Kerin will share her insights on process safety leadership, using fun storytelling to achieve great process safety outcomes.
Webinar: Cyber Security and Process Safety
Wednesday 16 September, 08:30 BST
In this webinar Trish Kerin will discuss some cyber security breaches that have had process safety implications. This webinar will focus on the process safety aspect, not the cyber aspect. You should seek expert advice regarding cyber security matters in your organisation.
CISAP9 - International Conference on Safety & Environment in Process and Power Industry
20—23 September, Venice Italy
CISAP 9, the nine edition of the International Conference on Safety and Environment in the Process & Power Industry, will provide a successful forum on process safety, risk assessment and HSE management.
The conference provides a unique opportunity to share and gain experience on actual topics and current evolution in emerging risk assessment and management, as the security issues in the chemical and process industry and the assessment of accident scenarios caused by natural hazards.
Meeting and discussion between international scientists, engineers from academia and industry will be facilitated in order to share new trends in research, methodologies and practical approach for the management of emerging risk.
Webinar: Lessons from regulators
Monday 21 September, 08:30 BST
In this webinar, Trish Kerin will discuss key lessons with two former regulators. Dame Judith Hackitt was the Chair of the UK Health and Safety Executive and is also involved in advising Governments in UK and in Australia on reform of Building Safety Regulation. Jane Cutler was the CEO of the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority in Australia. Prior to their regulatory roles, both worked in industry, so they will share their experiences and invaluable advice for industry.
Dame Judith Hackitt is currently the Chair of Make UK and of Enginuity and an IChemE Past President. Jane Cutler is currently on the board of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority and the current Deputy President of IChemE.
9th Regional Process Safety Seminar
22—23 September, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
We continue to see process safety incidents occur all over the world, despite the vast amount of knowledge we have about root causes.
So why do we not seem to be learning the lessons of the past?
People will respond and act based on what they have experienced in the past. If people are encouraged to bypass safety systems by being rewarded for delivering productivity, they will continue to do it. This is where leadership and culture come to the fore.
Demonstrating good process safety leadership will not only lead to positive process safety results, which directly enhance organisational reliability, they will also lead to a culture where people are valued and supported.
This improvement of leadership and culture underpin our efforts to improve process safety outcomes, so people can go home at the end of their shift, unharmed.
Join us at the 9th Regional Process Safety Seminar so see how you can enhance your leadership and organisational culture to achieve improved results.
2020 Process Safety International Symposium
20—21 October, Virtual Symposium
The Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) 23rd annual international symposium in association with the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) serves as the crossroads for process safety where industry academia, government agencies and other stakeholders come together to discuss critical issues of research in process safety.
30 November — 2 December, Manchester, UK
Hazards is Europe's largest annual process safety conference. Hazards 30 will explore every major aspect of process safety and help you to learn from the experience of others.
Kuwait Downstream Summit
17—18 February, Kuwait
The Kuwait Downstream Summit, considers the current energy landscape, bringing together regulatory authorities, senior stakeholders, policy makers, influencers and solution providers who are driving the energy eco-system in the region. The summit will highlight best practices which can be adopted to optimize the future of the Downstream Industry.