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HazardEx 2014 International Conference & Exhibition

26 February 2014

HazardEx 2014, the two-day International Conference & Exhibition for hazardous area specialists, took place on 26th & 27th February 2014 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Runcorn, Cheshire, UK.

HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition
HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition

Contact Russell Goater on +44 (0) 1732 359990 or email for details of conference & exhibition attendance, sponsoring or exhibiting.

Conference running order can be found here

Download the conference delegate booking form with prices HERE

The conference included presentations by senior HSE Inspectors, UKPIA, the Institute for Measurement and Control, EDF Energy, Murco, Thomas Swan, FABIG, EPSC and senior figures within companies involved in the sector.

Subjects included explosion prevention in mines, the latest IEC electrostatic guidance, DSEAR/ACOP revisions, hazard analysis, process safety standards, functional safety, SILs, ageing assets and maintenance plus more.

Conference running order can be found here

The last HazardEx conference in session
The last HazardEx conference in session

For the individual papers click title below to see the details -

Industry's challenge is to continue the positive progress being made

COMAH site inspection, an End-User Case Study

Atypical Scenarios – Known and Unknown Unknowns

Why Is It so Difficult to Learn From Someone Else’s Mistakes?

Managing Competency


Hydrogen Sulfide hazards in the oil & gas industry

Risk control measures relating to explosion prevention in coal mines

HazardEx 2012 conference speaker
HazardEx 2012 conference speaker

BS EN60079-17 Best practice,process of review, outcomes & implementation - Case study

Safe commercialisation of carbon nanomaterials - Case Study

Hazard (SIL) & risk analysis

Safe Storage of BulkMaterials in Silos

Safety management frameworks across multiple sites - an example from nuclear

Advances in Fire and Explosion Engineering in the past 25 years

Plus more to be confirmed.....BOOK YOUR DELEGATE PLACES NOW - Rates & package information

The majority of attendees will be medium and senior-level engineers and safety managers from the major process industries, including Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Energy and Utilities. Essentially, anywhere dust, vapour or gas can become an explosion risk hazard.

HazardEx 2012 registration
HazardEx 2012 registration

As well as the two-day conference (fee required - contact us for details), there will also be a separate seminar presented by the Institute of Measurement and Control and a comprehensive specialist exhibition with free access, offering a range of products and services to visitors.

Event Sponsors

Intertek - Stand 19

R Stahl - Stand 18

Other exhibitors include

Beamex - Stand 23

C&P Engineering Services - Stand 17

Chilworth Technology - Stand 14

Charter-Tech - Stand 8

HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition Event Guide
HazardEx 2014 Conference & Exhibition Event Guide

Denios Ltd - Stand 16

Draeger UK - Stand 28

GSE Systems - Stand 5

Hima Sella - Stand 1

Long O Donnell - Stand 6

Newson Gale - Stand 12

Norgren - Stand 2

Petrel - Stand 15

Rembe - Stand 25

Scattergood & Johnson - Stand 3

SGS Baseefa - Stand 9

Siemens - Stand 10

CSA Group - Sira - Stand 24

Terrington Data Management - Stand 22

Werma UK - Stand 20

To book as an exhibition only visitor please click here to get the free registration form

Contact Russell Goater on +44 (0) 1732 359990 or email for details of conference delegate & exhibition visitor attendance.

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