Final Programme for FABIG Technical Meeting covering 'Ignition': 28th and 29th of April 2010 in Aberdeen, London and via webcast

Published:  19 April, 2010

The meeting will cover "Ignition" and will be a half day event held on Wednesday the 28th of April 2010 in Aberdeen and on Thursday the 29th in London and via live webcast (registering for the webcast also enables subsequent access to a video recording of the event for two weeks).

The programme for the event includes:

  • Ten Things you should know about Electrostatic Ignition Hazards, Richard Ball - Chilworth Technology
  • Critical Conditions for Auto-ignition in Large Vessels, Timothy Snee - Health & Safety Laboratory
  • Mechanical Equipment Ignition Risk Assessments - The Basics, Richard Ball - Chilworth Technology
  • Ignition Modelling in Risk Analysis, Jan K. Lund - Scandpower
  • Problems in the Consistent Use of Ignition Models in QRA, Brian Bain and Philip Nalpanis - DNV

Members of most engineering institutions can count FABIG Technical Meetings as Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Attendance certificates are issued to delegates upon request. 

You can find more information and register for the event online at the FABIG website here.

Attendance is free of charge for FABIG members and £350 + VAT per person for non members. For non members, the fee to attend the live webcast is £200 + VAT per person. 

For more information regarding registration, please contact Lis Oliver by email or by phone at +44 (0) 1344 636 537.

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