exida's Eric Scharpf will be leading a keynote presentation and workshop at the 2nd Safety Control Systems & Hazardous Areas Conference in Auckland, New Zealand on August 22 & 23, 2017.
Every year, industry experiences catastrophic fires, explosions or toxic releases. These events can result in injury, loss of life and can have a huge economic impact. This conference has been created to offer you the most up to date information to enable you to analyse, specify, design, install and maintain safety systems and electrical equipment in your plant whilst complying with the latest standard requirements.
Day one of the conference will focus on safety control systems including instrumentation and machinery safety. Case studies and practical applications will be presented by specialists experienced in safety life cycle activities such as hazard and risk assessment and the determination of safety integrity levels (SILs).
Day two of the conference has been created to meet and exchange ideas for those concerned with the safe use of electrical and mechanical equipment and instrumentation in hazardous, flammable or explosive atmospheres.
Participants will have the opportunity to share experiences and know-how with engineers, technicians and other technical professionals who are all eager to eliminate accidents and injuries in the work place. This conference will be relevant and beneficial to a wide range of industry sectors including machinery and automation plants, chemical processes, energy and power, pulp and paper and petrochemicals.