Process Safety in Europe, Organizations, Networks, and the Industry

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The Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) and The European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) jointly host the conference


Spekers

  • Welcome address and keynote lecture,
    William Garcia, Executive Director HSE, Logistics & Supply Chain, Cefic, Brussels, Belgium
  • Title t.b.c,
    Rolf-Jan Hoeve
    , European Commission, DG ENV C.4, Brussels, Belgium
  • Major Accident Prevention in Germany – now, and in the future?
    Mark Hailwood
    , Landesanstalt fuer Umwelt Baden-Wuerttemberg (LUBW), Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Understanding our chemical accident risks: Can we do better?
    Maureen Wood
    , Joint Research Center, MAHB, Ispra, Italy
  • You don’t know what you don’t know – Unlocking the knowledge of the collective to improve safety
    Rosienne Steensma
    , Senior Beleidsmedewerker, VNCI, Den Haag, The Netherlands
  • Covestro’s Network on P&PS Experts
    Andreas Amling
    , Senior Vice President, Covestro, Leverkusen, Germany and
    Cefic’s Network on P&PS Experts Stefan Drees, Cefic, Brussels, Belgium
  • Process Safety Procedure within a chemical company, Requirements of a chemical company
    Margit Hahn
    , Head of P&PS Evonik, Marl, Germany
  • The roles and tasks of the BG RCI in the context of the German approach towards Process and Plant Safety, also in regards to ‘vision zero’
    Joachim Sommer
    , BG RCI, Heidelberg, Germany
  • Recent work of the OECD on process safety and occupational health and safety
    Bob Diderich
    , Head of Environment, Health and Safety Division, OECD, Paris, France
  • Industry working together on Process Safety (EPSC)
    Tijs Koerts
    , European Process Safety Center (EPSC), Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • Keynote lecture, title t.b.c
    Shakeel Kadri
    , Executive Director, Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS), New York, USA

 

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