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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Chemical safety, storage, regulations and warehousing 26 July 2021

The changes in UK Legislation after Brexit have had an impact on the way companies handle, import, distribute and export chemicals. This presentation is geared to those that have an interest in all things Chemical safety and would suit the novice and expert alike....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Changing an unknown known into a known known in Functional Safety 16 July 2021

The introduction of edition 2 IEC 61511 has brought with it a set of new challenges to the process industry. The standard now calls for mandatory stage 4 functional safety assessments (FSA) to be performed periodically in service and to monitor the actual behaviour of the safety system....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - An enabling regulatory framework to deliver Net Zero 16 July 2021

Simon Wood, Environment, Health & Safety Specialist of UKPIA, will be speaking about the importance of a responsive and flexible role for regulators to enable the transition towards a Net-Zero UK....

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Hazardex 2021 Paper - The ‘golden thread’ linking Human Factors, Competence and Compliance problems and solutions 15 July 2021

This presentation will look at the ‘golden thread’ that links Human Factors, Competence and Compliance problems and solutions....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Intelligent lighting control for explosion proof areas 06 July 2021

This paper aims to explain the operational and Technical merits of using intelligent lighting control within explosion proof areas designated Zone 1, 21, Zone 2, 22 under ATEX and IECEx certification....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Digitalization and advantages of e-learning 29 June 2021

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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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - What's involved in achieving UKCA 'Ex' 24 June 2021

As a result of the UK leaving the European Union (Brexit), the UKCA mark (UK Conformity Assessed) will be phased in to replace the CE mark (European Conformity) for applicable goods to be placed in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales). For Products traditionally sold with ATEX marking, UKCA ‘Ex’ (or UKEX) will be required in Great Britain....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Crisis communications: from fire to front page 24 June 2021

The pace of information sharing is now so fast that as quick as a fire can spread through a plant, so too can the footage of it reach your stakeholders and the media. As engineering businesses, designing risk mitigation strategies and rigorous health and safety is part of your DNA, but crisis communications is also something that affects everyone, not just your communications team....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - What’s coming in IEC 61511 Edition 3 24 June 2021

IEC 61511-1: Edition 3 is targeted for release in 2023, with the first Committee Draft due for release in early 2021. The presentation will describe the areas of focus for the development of the new edition and the background to the proposed changes....

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Hazardex 2021 Paper - The importance of considering the role of the user early in the assessment and design process 08 June 2021

We’ve all experienced bad design in the everyday products and systems we use, often these lead to frustration rather than impact on your health or safety. Poor designs are typically caused by not designing the task or equipment with full consideration of the range of users, its context of use or environment....

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