National Occupational and Process Safety Conference & Exhibition 2017

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The National Occupational & Process Safety Conference features an overview of both occupational and process safety challenges affecting the petroleum refining and petrochemical manufacturing industries. Presentations given at the conference provide attendees with practices, ideas, and learning opportunities to improve safety performance at their site and company. Topics include Human Reliability, Lessons Learned, Fall Protection, Industrial Hygiene, Process Safety Metrics, Employee Involvement, and Facility Siting of Tents. The Exhibition, held as part of the conference, gives attendees the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives of companies offering a variety of safety-related services to the refining and petrochemical industries. The culmination of the meeting is the Safety Awards Event held on the final evening of the conference. This event celebrates and honors the industry's excellent safety achievements. Be sure to purchase your tickets for this event when you register. Mark your calendar to join us again in New Orleans!
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Industry safety managers, engineers and experts are expected to attend the conference. This conference provides attendees an excellent opportunity to increase their safety knowledge, share best practices, and network with industry experts.Conference sessions are not held during official exhibit hall hours so that attendees can dedicate their time and focus to doing business on the show floor. The exhibition encompasses 4.5 hours of unopposed show time scheduled during lunch and late afternoon reception hours to encourage traffic flow to the hall. Complimentary food and beverage service is provided in the hall.The conference is a 2-day program consisting of a general session and workshop/discussion groups.

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This conference features an overview of safety challenges and issues affecting refineries and petrochemical plants. It assembles 400 individuals from industry and government agencies with responsibility for health/safety, safety procedures, training, fire protection, emergency response, incident reviews, safety regulations, and safety management. Leading industry experts share valuable insights to promote safety and accident prevention through general session presentations, workshops, and discussion groups. Each workshop track has a collection of presentations, discussion forums, and question and answer sessions. Exhibitors are encouraged to attend the workshops and discussion share their expertise and experiences.

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