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Mutech - Hazardex 2021 Exhibitor Profile 25 February 2021

Mutech is a centre of excellence for Electronic Design and Manufacturing services. The keys to our success are establishing a clear understanding of our customers’ needs, and ensuring that we deliver with a “right first time” philosophy....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference & Exhibition moves to 6th & 7th October 2021 24 February 2021

Following the UK Government's announcement and the success of the vaccine rollout, Hazardex will now be staged on 6th and 7th October, dates we are sure will allow us to run the event safely. Hazardex 2021 will still be staged at the Hilton Majestic Hotel in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK....

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Hazardex 2021 Call for Papers - submission deadline extended 23 February 2021

The Hazardex 2021 event is taking place on October 6 & 7 and there is still time to submit a paper for consideration. We are seeking submissions on a range of process safety-related topics. Submit an abstract now to share your knowledge and experiences with the most important peers and stakeholders of the global high hazard industry....

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C&P Engineering Services Ltd - Hazardex 2021 Exhibitor Profile 08 February 2021

C&P Engineering Services, through its integrated electrical, control and instrumentation disciplines, design, construct and deliver complete projects and provide maintenance services to companies throughout the UK and internationally....

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ANT Telecom - Hazardex 2021 Exhibitor Profile 02 February 2021

ANT Telecom provide solutions to protect staff working alone in hazardous and isolated areas or to detect, manage and resolve safety critical alarms efficiently to avoid detrimental impact on service, people or the environment....

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CompEx - Hazardex 2021 Exhibitor Profile 02 February 2021

CompEx is the international scheme for competency validation and certification of personnel who work in explosive atmospheres. Through a network of independent training and assessment centres, the CompEx Scheme supports practitioners in a range of industrial sectors including oil and gas, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food manufacturing and utilities....

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Exloc Instruments UK Ltd - Hazardex 2021 Exhibitor Profile 02 February 2021

Exloc Instruments UK Ltd and our staff have many years’ experience in the process industry and in hazardous area protection. We lead the way in supplying hazardous area products which enable manufacturing facilities and processing plants to operate more efficiently with the use of forward thinking technology and solutions....

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Latest issue of Hazardex now available! 29 January 2021

The January-February issue of Hazardex is now available! The issue includes features on UKCA, Dust, Legislation & Regulation, and Compliance. If that isn't enough, you can also find the 11th supplement of PPTex inside. Read it now!...

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Hazardex December is available now! 01 December 2020

The digital edition of Hazardex December is now online. The issue includes features on Asset Management, Storage & Transportation, Toxic Gas, Safety Systems, and a special UKCA Focus....

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Hazardex November: Editor's comment 17 November 2020

The United Nations has reiterated the need for an urgent inspection to be conducted of the decaying FSO Safer stranded offshore war-torn Yemen. The floating storage vessel has had no maintenance in five years and there is a significant risk that its cargo of 1.1 million barrels of oil could leak and cause a major humanitarian and environmental catastrophe four times worse than the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska....