Process Safety in the life science industry is differently oriented to process safety in the process industry, volumes of chemicals are lower and consequences are in most of the scenarios more limited or already addressed in organizing the business processes. Nevertheless the baseline is identical namely preventing loss of containment in the value chain.
essenscia invites the process safety community of the life sciences industry to attend our workshop.
Virtual reality is clearly just beginning to take off. In spite of being full of potential there are also some challenges that should be addressed in order to ensure the success of VR.
The first presentation is lectured by Altheria, service provider of VR trainings in industry. Altheria will guide us by use cases how VR can add value in chemical spill training, complex infrastructure and familiarization with SOP.
The second presentation tackles the integration of augmented reality, namely ‘Augmented Reality Smart Glasses (ARSGs)’ and their use in area classification an important safety aspect in our industry in order to prevent explosions. The presentation is given by Malte Gerhold, Bayer AG.
The third presentation of the workshop is given by Stephen Mc Grady, formerly EHS business line director of GSK who will present recent developments in education and training and who will introduce the theme.
14.00h Altheria, Augmented reality results in improved safety
Augmented reality results in improved safety: Chemical spill training.
14.30h Malte Gerhold, Bayer AG
Area classifications and AR: towards an improved method.
15.00h Steven Mc. Grady, former GSK
Process safety education in the life sciences and introduction of the theme
We wish you an interesting and inspiring workshop.