Major Hazards Symposium 2019 – “Powering Process Safety Innovations”

02/08/2019- 02/08/2019

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Dear Valued ASPRI Members,

 

Major Hazards Symposium 2019 – “Powering Process Safety Innovations”

No matter what we are doing, whether we are at home, or we are at work, safety is the utmost importance. Most accidents are preventable, but the carelessness or negligence of the involved individuals leads to major injuries and grievances. It is individuals responsibility to play their part in taking extra efforts to practice safety.

As such, Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is organising a Major Hazards Symposium 2019 which will be touching on a wide range of topics. ASPRI being the supporting organisation is pleased to inform members that ASPRI members are entitled to enjoy a 20% discount. Simply apply the promo code “MHS19ASPRI” upon registration.

For more details, kindly refer to the appended eDM.

Administrative Details
Date:         2 August 2019, Friday

Time:        8:30am – 4:45pm
Venue:     Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability
Level 1 Hall 1, 80 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609607

Fee:           $100 (Apply promo code “MHS19ASPRI” to get a 20% discount)

 

To register, click here.

 

What to Expect

This symposium will showcase different possibilities of recent technological innovations to enhance Process Safety. At this one-day symposium, you will hear industry speakers share their insights and expertise in harnessing technology and digitisation to manage the plant and its safety case effectively and be at the forefront of Process Control and Process Safety Management.

 

The goal of this symposium is to bring together all process industry professionals in an open dialogue together with industry speakers who will share insights and expertise focusing on how to use technology, digitalisation, visualisation and analytics to improve control, improve data management, and reduce human error.

 

Who should attend

 

All process industry professionals including managers, engineers, operators, safety advisors and risk management practitioners.