30 May 2018
ERM is sponsoring the 4th Process Safety Congress in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, on 30 May, and presenting on how to implement an effective Process Safety Management program in a global company.
The conference, gathering over 300 participants including technical safety specialists, managers and inspectors from companies that control processes with hazardous chemicals, aims to strengthen the process safety culture by sharing knowledge and networking.
The event offers the opportunity to experience top international speakers, including Vanessa Sutherlands (leader of the Chemical Safety Board), Jim Conners (among others VP operations for Celanese) and Gus Carroll (Board member of the European Process Safety Center), as well as the opportunity to network with .
Learn more about the 4th Process Safety Congress
ERM at the Conference
ERM will be sponsoring and exhibiting at Booth n. 4 throughout the conference, with members of the Benelux Safety Services and Chemical teams - including Hans Van De Poel, ERM Partner, Kathleen Goossens, ERM Partner and lead of the South European Divisional Safety Team, and Principal Consultants Sophie Claes and Klaasjan Kramer - will be available for targeted discussions.
ERM will also be speaking at:
Effective PSM Program
11:45am - Room 2
Bart Huybrechts, ERM Principal Consultant in the Benelux Safety Team will share insights from his direct experience and will talk about how to implement an effective Process Safety Management program in a global Fast Moving Consumer Goods company.
We look forward to having the opportunity to play a role in the conversation about how to enable better strategic, operational and front line safety choices, create a deeper understanding of hazards and risk
Bart Huybrechts is a Principal Consultant in ERM and has 24 years of professional experience in process safety and H&S consultancy in different industrial sectors around the world (including oil & gas, chemical and consumer goods businesses). His core fields of expertise are process safety auditing and risk assessments, and he acts as process safety leader in Europe and Asia. He is a chemical engineer (University of Ghent) and safety engineer (University of Brussels).