Hazardex 2017 Conference: Process safety; Essential intelligence for 2017 and beyond
13 February 2017
The Hazardex 2017 Conference & Exhibition will take place on March 2 & 3 in Runcorn, Cheshire. Lead presentations will include one on UK industry cybersecurity requirements prior to the HSE publishing its operational guidance on cybersecurity, against which it will begin to inspect in 2017-18. This will be presented by the ECI Acting Head of Operations at the HSE and the Safety & Commercial Director at UKPIA.
The Chairman of IECEx will speak on future developments within the IECEx system, Human Factors Consultant John Wilkinson and Simon Monnington of BP on knowledge and competence in high hazard industries, and Rob Magraw of BakerRisk Europe on expanding risk assessment in the chemical and refining industries.
Other speakers will include the Principal Engineer, Process Instruments at Sellafield Ltd, Principal Process Safety Consultant at Lockheed Martin UK Information Systems, and Training Manager at NuStar Terminals Ltd, amongst many others.
More than 30 process safety experts from a range of backgrounds will present original papers of key importance to the high hazard sector, ABB is running workshops on IEC61511 and DSEAR, and 40 exhibitors will make the event the largest grouping of hazardous area product and service specialists in the UK this year.
Conference & Exhibition open times:
Day 1 (02/03/17): 09:00 – 17:30 (Conference registration from 08:00)
Day 2 (03/03/17): 09:30 – 15:30 (Conference registration from 08:30)
Holiday Inn Hotel, Runcorn
Tel: +44 (0) 1928 754863 (Reception not reservations)
Full conference presentations and details are included below.
Limited conference delegate places still available, click here to download booking form with package prices.
Alternatively, call Russell Goater on +44 (0) 1732 359990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request further information.
Click here to see the exhibitors list for the 2017 event
.Hazardex 2017 Conference presentations and timetable
Please note that the programme is subject to change, and may be amended at any time before the conference. Click on the title of the paper below to see a synopsis.
Morning 2/3/17 – Regulation & Standards
1. Thorsten Arnhold (IECEx / R.STAHL)
An overview of the IECEx System 2017
2. Ron Sinclair (IECEx / SGS Baseefa)
Developments in both IECEx and ATEX related to the certification of Non-Electrical Equipment
3. David Long - (British Standards Institute)
The role of standards on business resilience and continuity in the areas of explosive atmospheres and health and safety
4. Sarabjit Purewal (HSE) & Jamie Walker (UKPIA)
Cybersecurity Presentation to HAZARDEX 2017
Afternoon 2/3/17: Stream 1 – High Hazard Site Risk & Safety
5. R Magraw and P Smith (BakerRisk Europe)
Expanding Consequence and Risk Assessment to Include Potential Escalation and Business Interruption Risks in the Chemical and Refining Industries
6. Carolyn Nicholls (RAS)
Applying EI15 4th Edition at UK Airport Fuel Storage Sites
7. Tony Ennis (Haztech Consultants)
Risk of Fire & Explosion in the Biomass Industries
8. Roger K Bentley (Astley Ltd)
DSEAR & COMAH compliance issues in traditional Whisky Distilleries
Afternoon 2/3/17: Stream 2 - Developments in Technology & Assessment
9. Bill Robb (SafetyImprovers)
Human factors, human error and human behaviours. Do we know what we are talking about?
10. Amita Tripathi (Fluidyn France)
Multiphysics simulations applied to industrial hazard assessment
11. John Hartley (Extronics)
Real-time location systems: technology, safety, and asset management
12. Steve Pearson (Phusion IM)
How Mobile Technology has improved hazardous area inspections
Morning 3/3/17: Stream 1 – Human Factors, Competence & Training
13. John Wilkinson (ex-Keil Centre & HSE) & Simon Monnington (BP)
What does good look like - Knowledge and competence in high hazard industries
14. Ian Travers (Lockheed Martin UK)
Measuring Competence – facing up to reality!
15. Russell Page (HFL Consulting)
Corporate Memory on the Shopfloor – The Role of SOPs in Remembering
16. Graham Jones (NuStar Energy) / Neil Smith (Cogent)
Process Safety Management Training Standards Framework
Morning 3/3/17: Stream 2 – Functional Safety & Safety Systems
17. Rob Sharrock / Andy Crosland (Emerson)
Can an 'SIS' be a Securely Integrated System, as well as a Safety Instrumented System?
18. Harvey T Dearden (SISSuite)
FSA4: Evaluation of Safety Instrumented Functions During the Operating & Maintenance Phase
19. Dil Wetherill (Risknowlogy)
Installed (Legacy) Safety System Management
20. Neil Crompton (AIM Lifecycle Services)
Why can't hazardous plants know how safe they are every day?
Afternoon 3/3/17: Stream 1 – Wireless Applications & Fire Safety
21. Tom Nobes (Sellafield Ltd)
Sellafield ISA100 Wireless Applications
22. James Daly (RPS Risk Management)
Safety System Fire Analysis - How can fire challenge the safe operation of a facility? How can it be established whether a fire can cause a facility/process to enter an unsafe state?
Afternoon 3/3/17: Stream 2 – Gas Safety & Location Systems
23. Phil Saxton (Crowcon)
Do your gas alarm levels keep you safe?
24. David O’Brien (CMP Products)
Safety First – The effective sealing of cables in explosive atmospheres; Barrier type cable gland selection and application in the 21st century
25. ABB Workshops (timetable to be announced)
Limited delegate places remaining, click here to download booking form with package prices.
Alternatively, call Russell Goater on +44 (0) 1732 359990 or email@example.com to request further information.
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