Hazardex: Redesigned, recharged and ready for the future
18 July 2013
Our new-look weekly newsletter completes the redesign of the Hazardex suite of products we started three months’ ago. The newsletter is designed to bring you the most relevant global high hazard industry news in a clear and easy to read format. Please also take a moment to visit our updated website: www.hazardexonthenet.net
The design brief for this was to improve clarity and ease of navigation, enabling rapid access to our expanded content. More news items are visible on the home page, the most recent scrolling automatically, with easy click-through to read them in full.
Navigation is via the buttons across the top of the home page, with drop down menus offering more options across all categories. This includes an Interview section under Editorial, which will give direct access to the latest conversations Hazardex staff have had with top industry figures.
Other editorial headings have also been expanded, with improved case study and standards coverage, and there will be an increased number of technical and general features every month.
Another important element in the Hazardex offer is our events schedule. Two regional events are scheduled for later this year in North Kent and Pembrokeshire, and the HazardEx 2014 Exhibition, Conference & Awards event will take place in Cheshire next February.
We recently issued a call for papers for the Hazardex 2014 Conference and would welcome submissions from hazardous area engineers, safety managers and others involved in the sector. We can confirm that a senior figure from the Health and Safety Executive will be a keynote speaker.
Contact Russell Goater on +44 (0) 1732 359990 or email email@example.com for paper submission guidelines and other details for speakers.
Bookings for sponsors, exhibitors and delegates are also now being taken.
We hope you find the new, redesigned Hazardex even more useful than the old. We also welcome any feedback, comment or opinion you may wish to air.
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