7 May - 9 May 2014

Hazards 24

Organised by:

IChemE (Institution of Chemical Engineers) and supported by SCI's Environment, Health and Safety Group

Edinburgh Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK

Registration Closed

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Synopsis

Hazards 24 is IChemE's premier process safety conference, providing a platform for sharing best practice, presenting latest research and highlighting lessons learned in all aspects of chemical and process safety.

The conference will feature over 60 technical presentations from process safety experts worldwide, as well as invited speakers giving their own unique perspectives, poster presentations and a trade exhibition.


Programme

The conference programme will comprise of:

  • process safety research and development from regulators, operators, academics and other interested parties
  • lessons learned from new and revisited case studies
  • human factors/communications/safety management systems
  • effective safety management
  • safety culture and the challenge of global operations
  • education and training to build and maintain safety knowledge, skill and competence
  • legislative developments, compliance and best practice

Venue and Contact

Edinburgh Conference Centre

EICC (Edinburgh International Conference Centre)
The Exchange
Edinburgh
EH3 8EE
UK

 


Fees

Member of SCI/IChemE: £699* 
Non-member: £799**

Presenting author: IChemE member: £200 
Presenting author: non member: £275 
Student: £200

Conference dinner: £55

* discounted to £599 if booked by 14 February 2014
** discounted to £699 if booked by 14 February 2014

 

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Who Should Attend?

Anyone who is active in process safety and risk management for chemical process facilities or other facilities dealing with hazardous materials including:

  • process safety practitioners in industry
  • process safety consultants and safety specialists
  • senior industry leaders accountable for process safety without direct day-day responsibility
  • academic researchers
  • regulators and industry bodies

Presentations will appeal to both new and experienced practitioners.

Exhibition

An exhibition will run alongside the conference for companies and related organisations who may wish to exhibit. For further details contact conferences@icheme.org