The pressure of competition is forcing industrial plant stakeholders to find new ways to minimise the capital, operation and maintenance costs of their facilities without sacrificing safety, reliability and productivity. Plants need to reduce downtime to meet rising availability requirements. Ageing plants in particular must adopt new and innovative inspection strategies to help prolong operations.
TÜV SÜD is organizing a process safety seminar which aim to raise awareness in the industry and to provide insights on principles of process safety and its management, and how it helps you to meet the regulatory needs of the industry, by improving your plant’s performance, availability and safety of your plant.
We will be sharing on:
- Safety definitions: basic concepts which define the fundamentals for process safety
- Risk assessment: principles on assessing risks in a systematic and reliable way
- Safety measures: types of safety measures that can be found in a safety management system and their interaction
- Flammable hazards: basic strategy on the identification and assessment of the hazards defined by flammable substances
- Reactive hazards: presenting the specificity of reactive hazards and how to assess them in a methodological way
16th March 2016 (Wednesday)
2.00pm – 5.30pm (Registration starts at 1.30pm)
1 Science Park Drive, PSB Building
Please refer to the outline for more information [ PDF 403 kB ]
To reserve a space, please submit your details using the online form as below. The closing date for registration is 8th March.
You may contact the following if you have any questions.
- Mr. Chan Weiliang at ( firstname.lastname@example.org) / Tel: +65 6885 1683
- Ms. Rafidah ( email@example.com / Tel: +65 6885 1508
Ms. Prudence ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) / Tel: +65 6885 1393