28th February - Daresbury Innovation Centre 8.30am - 10.30am - Including breakfast
Craig Wright from the IChemE Safety Centre will be presenting the case study, “chemical plant – inherently safer design”. This case study guides users through the principles of inherently safer design and their application. It highlights the conflicting pressure of budget and production versus safety, showing the challenges of determining which option is inherently safer.Case studies are used as a training resource throughout the process industries, to communicate vital process safety lessons, without repeating the same costly mistakes. They illustrate the complex causes behind an accident, which the IChemE Safety Centre’s (ISC) Case Studies bring to life, in a real-time setting.Users of our Case Studies will experience each process safety incident as it unfolds, without prior knowledge of the outcome. This approach provides a rare opportunity for users to make crucial safety decisions, at designated points throughout the training session, and discover how each of their decisions impacts on the incident.The interactive and engaging nature of our Case Studies helps to embed the lessons learnt from the training sessions, enabling users to enhance their understanding and application of process safety procedures.
Members and non-members of Chemicals Northwest welcome. Free of charge to attend.