Hazards 30 is IChemE’s annual process safety conference, the leading event of its kind in Europe.
Held between the 18th and 20th May 2020, the conference is an international, industry-focused event and attracts over 300 practitioners from all over the world to explore every major aspect of process safety.
As part of the 3-day conference, Finch consultant, Matt Longley has been invited to speak at the event to provide an oral presentation of a paper he wrote about protecting the mental health of employees, specifically related to the findings of a survey the film & TV industry recently carried out and how the findings can be related to other industries.
Alongside Matt, there will be also be an excellent speaker line-up, extensive technical programme, trade exhibition, workshop sessions, and social and networking opportunities.
The conference agenda is still being finalised, but presentations are expected to run between 9am and 4pm and will cover:
- Human Factors
- Dust Hazards
- Lessons Forgotten
- Modelling and Experimental Flammability
- Safety Leadership
- Natural Hazards
- Hydrogen Hazards
- Risk Management
- Emergency Planning
- Environmental Protection
- Chemical Hazards
- Process Safety Management
- Safety Culture
- Fire and Gas Detection
- Inherent Safety
- Asset Integrity
Hazards 30 will mark 60 years since Hazards was first held in Manchester in 1960. Since then, Hazards has grown in size and influence, continuing to be at the forefront of sharing new knowledge and disseminating good process safety practice across the process industries and beyond.
If you would like to attend the Hazards 30 event and listen to Matt speak, please click here to book your tickets.
About Hazards 30: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUKmGqs67v8
Why attend Hazards 30 – Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxZF7ZXd6To
Why attend Hazards 30 – Part 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdvoJLZST7o
Why exhibit at Hazards 30: www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVVCzNoTAUg