Process safety auditing provides significant value to industries that deal with hazardous materials, complex operations, and critical processes. The primary purpose of process safety auditing is to assess and improve the effectiveness of safety management systems, procedures, and practices within an organisation.
Process safety audits typically involve a comprehensive review of safety documentation, interviews with personnel involved in safety management, and on-site inspections of facilities and equipment. The goal is to create a proactive safety culture, prevent incidents, protect the well-being of employees, and minimise the environmental and community impact of industrial operations.
This course will discuss the HSE's expectations and inspection programme whilst delivering practical best practice advice in managing competence for high hazard industries.
The conference is aimed at all companies and staff levels involved in the manufacture, use or supply of Hydrofluoric Acid, or in responding to HF incidents. Key themes for 2024: HF Guidance revisions including HF Training and Decontamination of HF equipment; HF refinery alkylation projects; Personal Protective Equipment; and a strong focus on sharing Incidents and near-miss, and learning from these.
This one day course provides delegates with an introductory framework to understand sustainability in a business context, and the techniques to implement, manage and improve sustainability performance within their own organisation.
£40 discount for second and subsequent delegates applied at checkout
REACHReady's most popular workshop. Ideal for anyone who needs to understand more about their obligations under the UK and EU REACH Regulations, and also of interest to suppliers of substances and mixtures who are looking to support their EU and UK customers on REACH. ***This workshop will be delivered online and split over 2 half day sessions - am Wednesday 20th and am Thursday 21st March 2024***
The popular annual CIA/REACHReady event. Whilst focusing on the UK’s new chemicals legislation, UK REACH and the future of UK chemicals policy, with the EU chemicals strategy moving at pace, our former ‘REACH - Current Landscape and Emerging Issues’ event has been expanded and rebranded to also consider influence from EU regulatory and some international developments and product stewardship, drawing on the “Responsible Care” of chemical products. This is the "must attend" virtual event for anyone within regulatory affairs and/or product stewardship working in the chemical and downstream sectors. Particularly relevant to anyone complying with REACH (UK and/or EU), horizon-scanning for potential regulatory threats, opportunities and future developments.
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Craig Wright from the IChemE Safety Centre will be presenting the case study, “chemical plant – inherently safer design” to members of Chemicals North West on Wednesday 28 February 2024. The event will be held at the Daresbury Innovation Centre from 8.30 – 10.30 am.
7th March – Catalyst Science Discovery Centre & Museum
8.30am - breakfast and networking
9.00am - 10.00am presentations and networking.
Our first presenter will be Nikki Burton, CEO, of Catalyst who will give an overview of the work of Catalyst. Our second presenter will be Ged Moran from Atlas Copco Specialty Rental UK. We will also have a speaker from GM Business Growth Hub and Michael Kenny from AM Technology. Members and non-members of Chemicals Northwest welcome. Free of charge to attend.
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