Safety and Loss Prevention
Andy Rushton taught and researched loss prevention in the process industries at Loughborough University for ten years.
Clive de Salis
Clive has been involved with writing IEC standards for safety instrumented systems and cyber security. He also has a history in HAZOP, hazardous area assessment and dust explosions.
Carolyn's current work is predominantly with clients in the UK, working to ensure COMAH and DSEAR compliance. She has particular interest and expertise in Quantified Risk Assessment and ALARP demonstration, both for safety of people and the environment.
Jonathan's particular areas of interest include hazard studies/PHA, hazardous area classification including combustible dust hazards, and consequence modelling, QRA and OBRA.
Helen specialises in understanding the combined contribution of technology, people, processes and systems to system performance and risk management.
Richard works as a Risk Engineer for Starr, a multinational insurer. He specialises in oil, gas and petrochemical business.
Sofian is a Queen Mary University Chemical Engineering graduate. He aims to contribute a student's perspective on safety and loss prevention.
Graham is currently the head of Syngenta’s Process Hazards Section. His particular areas of expertise include dust explosions, explosion protection, and electrostatics.
Esteban has extensive experience chairing PHA studies and delivering functional safety consultancy for multinational clients in diverse sectors.
Haroun is senior professor of Chemical Engineering at University College London where he teaches Advanced Safety and Loss Prevention. His research is in high pressure pipeline transportation safety.
Peter has 39 years experience in the oil refining and engineering contracting businesses. His primary focus area within the S&LP SIG is learning from incidents.
John works as Chief Risk Engineer for The Hartford. He has particular interest in lessons learned from the incidents he sees and the importance of process safety culture.
Sean works in the upstream offshore energy industry as a Technical Safety Technical Authority. He is particularly interested in education, engagement and the practical management of process safety risk.
Christian is a process safety engineer with BP. His current interests are particularly in applying process safety to gas processing, gas storage and transport as well as alternative energy sectors such as H2, Biofuels, Wind and Solar.
Panos currently works on risk based inspection (RBI) software, but also has considerable experience in consequence analysis. He holds a PhD in process thermodynamics.
Helen started her career in the food industry and now works for a large insurance company on chemical and pharmaceutical loss prevention. She is keen to help inspire the next generation of engineers and is a member of the Women’s Engineering Society.
Stuart works for the insurance company FM Global. His role involves client visits, working to improve risk quality across industries including pharmaceuticals and food. He is developing a specialism in dust hazards.