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  • Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - 2019: The Year of Leadership in Managing Major Hazard Risks

    21 December 2018

    The hazards that can destroy your business should be top of mind right through any organisation and yet they are not. The lack of danger signals means that organisations can get lulled into a false sense of security or simply just not recognise the risks / potential for catastrophe that exits in their activities. ...

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  • Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Managing Major Hazard Risks - A Cross-Industry Initiative

    20 December 2018

    Great Britain has many highly specialised, strategically important industries which are essential to the country’s economy and social infrastructure, but can potentially cause great harm to their workers, the environment, the public and critical national infrastructure if not properly managed. ...

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  • Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - UK Nuclear Generation - A Decade of Transformation

    19 December 2018

    EDF Energy owns and operates the United Kingdom’s eight operational nuclear power stations, providing 9GW of capacity, around 20% of the UK’s electricity, from 14 advanced gas cooled reactors (AGR) and one pressurised water reactor (PWR). Over the last decade the safety and operational performance of EDF Energy's nuclear plants has been transformed. ...

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  • Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Evolution and Safety for Wearable Technology

    17 December 2018

    The world of Health and Safety is changing faster than anyone could have expected. Expectations are higher, risks are greater, and penalties are more severe than ever.At the same time, the possibility to monitor environmental conditions both personal and on site is spreading across all sectors. Examples include, noise, location, gas, physiological, proximity warning and Hand Arm Vibration....

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  • Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Gaining Value from Investigations

    14 December 2018

    Accidents in the workplace are never welcome, but rather than being something to brush under the carpet, these incidents offer businesses the chance to improve and right wrongs for the future. Key to this is ensuring that investigations can be carried out thoroughly and accurately, the groundwork for which can be laid within the culture of an organisation. ...

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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Optical Particle Characterisation: new technology driving real-time, continuous and highly accurate particulate identification and monitoring 14 December 2018

In this Sponsor Presentation, Matthew Cliffe of Trolex will present a new and highly innovative real-time particulate characterisation technology that is IECEx certified for use in Group I explosive environments and general purpose heavy industrial applications. It provides real-time and continuous data regarding the concentration and size makeup of airborne particulate matter....

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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Improving Process Safety Leadership – A personal journey 12 December 2018

After an introduction by Neil, Graeme will share his personal insights on the journey to improve leadership of process safety and the challenges of improving awareness throughout the workforce....

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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - The challenges of deploying mobile devices in a hazardous environment 07 December 2018

An insight into some of the challenges which could be faced, when looking to deploy mobile end-user devices into the field. Currently we are going through the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) with emerging data rich technologies, such as IOT, AI, QC and AV, all of which  are rapidly evolving to support organisations in becoming more digitalised. In order to capture, utilise and manipulate data, end-users are relying on feature rich devices to aid them in this...

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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Forty Years of Major Hazard Prevention 26 November 2018

Are Major Accidents as rare as you think they are? In six years, there have been at least 14 major accidents since Macondo, with 137 fatalities. Is the UK still a world-class safety leader? Are you aware that in some other parts of the world they have surpassed the UK sector? In this presentation, Terry will pose some challenging questions on the "art of keeping hydrocarbons where they need to be – contained!" ...

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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Enhanced worker safety in process industry environments 21 November 2018

The hazardous process industries are reaching a tipping point. More and more companies are adopting new technologies to help them improve worker safety and increase productivity, but how can we make sure that we’re getting value for that investment?...

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