=Method Roadshows are popular events, FREE to attend, delivering latest thinking on hot topics in our industry. Delivered by our consultants in Seminar format with the majority of time given to technical Q&A with our audience.
In 2022 we are presenting 5 new hot topics (see below). They will be delivered:
We welcome anyone wishing to develop their knowledge in these subjects although an understanding of Functional Safety / Process Safety would be an advantage. You will receive a Certificate of Attendance and typically 1 hours CPD per seminar.
Reserve your place using the form at the bottom of this page.
Each seminar will be made up of a 20 minute presentation then 40 minutes group discussion. You can register for any number of these Seminars using the online form below.
During HazOp we consider what could go wrong with the process, and the safeguards we have in place to prevent that. We also consider the consequences if our safeguards don’t act to provide protection. But what about when they do operate? Could the correct operation of a safeguard cause a new risk? Read our article - "Could the correct operation of a safeguard cause a new risk?"
Standards and guidance in particular topic areas can be very inward looking. They often don’t recognise the existence of other guidance that may need to be followed simultaneously – and which may or may not impose conflicting requirements. Project managers for process industry projects need to understand typical project requirements, but also Process Safety and Functional Safety needs. Each has a typical lifecycle – but how to make the work together is not immediately apparent.
or "How Functional Safety prevents bad things from happening"
Functional Safety Standards tell you what to do, how to do it and includes an approach that covers all three ways that a failure might occur. It is comprehensive, but proportionate – it works. Read our article - "Why Functional Safety works"
Throughout the operational life of a process plant controls and safety systems are designed and implemented to perform reliably, consistently and predictably but if a system isn’t secure, you can’t rely on it to be safe.. Read our article "If a system isn’t Cybersecure, you can’t rely on it to be safe"
Guidance on the management of legacy safety systems has been published by CDOIF. We provide a short introduction and discuss management of the complex issues related to legacy safety systems.
Please register below and we will contact you to confirm your place at the NEC, or let you know when in 2022 we will deliver the roadshow online.
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