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IChemE

Institution of Chemical Engineers
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Article archive for IChemE;

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Presenting opportunities - Advances in the Digitalisation of the Process Industries 06 April 2021

The call for abstracts for this year's Advances in the Digitalisation of the Process Industries virtual conference is open and we invite you to contribute....

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The easiest way to develop your team's process safety knowledge... 01 March 2021

Are you looking for ways to develop your team's process safety knowledge while working remotely? Combining live modules with trainers, independent study, and pre-recorded content, IChemE's online in-company training service gives you and your team access to process safety courses anywhere in the world at your convenience. Check out some of our most popular courses…...

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Access the leading source of process safety case studies 28 January 2021

Process industry accidents result in fatalities as well as economic loss, property destruction and harm to the environment. For more than 40 years IChemE's Loss Prevention Bulletin has provided a way for the industry to share information on accidents, spread best practice and help others to avoid making similar mistakes....

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Further down the rabbit hole – detailed measurement for lead process indicators on barrier failures 15 October 2019

Process safety and plant integrity can be supported by the thorough application for both lagging and leading indicators or metrics. Those figures are as useful as the knowledge of their practical application as well as limitation. Plant managers should have a clear understanding of what they measure and more importantly, why....

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Explosion Science training course 29 April 2019

IChemE (Institution of Chemical Engineers) is running a two-day training course on the phenomenon of explosions, and the requirements of UK and EU regulations relating to health and safety in potentially explosive atmospheres. This is an excellent opportunity to understand the science behind explosions, their effects and consequences, and the regulatory requirements for a safe and compliant working environment....

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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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Understanding the human element 03 July 2018

Human and organisational factors have contributed to the causes of several incidents in the chemical process industries, including those at Texas City and Buncefield. Yet many of the safety and operational professionals responsible for managing human factors have no formal training in the behavioural sciences. ...

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Hazardex 2018 Conference - 6. When the lights go out 30 January 2018

Roger Stokes – Principal Engineer, BakerRisk. Weds 14.45 – 15.25: Main conference room...

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Hazardex 2018 Conference - 5. Lessons learned from major accidents in different industrial sectors 30 January 2018

Zsuzsanna Gyenes – Deputy Director, IChemE Safety Centre (ISC). Weds 14.00 – 14.40: Main conference room...

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Loss Prevention Bulletin 23 October 2015

The Loss Prevention Bulletin (LPB) is the leading source of case studies in process safety, with an archive of lessons learnt spanning over 40 years. First published by IChemE in 1974 in response to the disastrous explosion at Flixborough, LPB provides a way for the process industries to share information on accidents, with the intention that other organisations can learn the same process safety ...