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Hazardex in the Regions 2022: Swansea Paper - Update from the regulator 10 March 2022

The aim of this presentation is to provide an update by the Regulator on a number of key messages affecting Major Hazard industries and Operators of Essential Services across the Chemical and Energy sectors....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022: Aberdeen Paper - Update from the regulator 08 March 2022

The aim of this presentation is to provide an update by the Regulator on a number of key messages affecting Major Hazard industries and Operators of Essential Services across the energy sector....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Brain-Centred Performance: The final frontier in workplace safety 08 March 2022

Through improved education, technology and data analysis, safety leaders have become increasingly adept at recognising and controlling external hazards and exposures related to people, processes, and materials....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Leadership is not a spectator sport 08 March 2022

Engaged leaders with a clear sense of their role and how it shapes company culture are best equipped to guide their organisations through transformative times....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - The importance of safety through leadership 08 March 2022

The ILO (International Labour Organization, a United Nations agency) estimates that some 2.3 million women and men around the world succumb to work-related accidents or diseases every year, which is the equivalent of over 6000 deaths every single day. Worldwide, there are around 340 million occupational accidents and 160 million victims of work-related illnesses annually....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022: Ellesmere Port Paper - Update from the regulator 02 March 2022

The aim of this presentation is to provide an update by the Regulator on a number of key messages affecting Major Hazard industries and Operators of Essential Services across the Chemical and Energy sectors....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Delivering Net Zero: the challenges and opportunities for storage terminal logistics 01 March 2022

One of the key issues in dealing with the Energy Transition is the huge range of potential scenarios and options to consider....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Using Artificial Intelligence to improve safety engagement and reporting 01 March 2022

This paper describes how adopting AI-powered digital HSE systems can transform a critical offshore process across global oil and gas assets, improving safety and increasing workforce reporting....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - North Sea-specific issues for Ex cable glands 01 March 2022

Cable glands are often seen as simple products, but in Ex applications they require more consideration. This is reflected in the fact that there is a separate Annex about cable glands in IEC 60079-0 and IEC 60079-1 as well as dedicated sections in IEC 60079-14 for their selection and installation....

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Hazardex in the Regions 2022 Paper - Digitalization and advantages of e-learning 01 March 2022

With so many poorly designed and written courses, no wonder e-learning often has a bad reputation. However, designed right, e-learning is a highly pedagogic, entertaining, and effective training method and can be used as stand-alone training or blended learning together with classroom and practical training....

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