Process Safety in the life science industry is differently oriented as Process Safety in the process industry, volumes of chemicals are lower and consequences are in most of the scenario’s more limited or already addressed in organizing the business processes. Nevertheless the base line 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.
The introduction of the workshop is given by Stephen Mc Grady, EHS business line director of GSK who will present recent developments in education and training followed by an inspiring session by Prof. Hollnagel addressing the evolution of safety in an conceptual way.
The last two presentation are focussing first on a broadly present hazard in the life sciences industry namely dust. How to deal with it in practice is presented by Mario Versteels of IFF. Secondly we focus during the last presentation on instrumental safety in a level 4 biosafety plant. ERM is presenting their approach.
10.00 Stephen Mc. Grady, EHS business line director of GSK – Education and training in the life sciences industry
10.30 Prof. Hollnagel – Evolution of safety thinking
11.30 Mario Versteels, Process safety consultant EMEA, IFF – How to deal with dust fires and prevent escalation
12.00 Jaspreet Chana, ERM – Instrumental safety in a level 4 biosafety plant
We wish you an interesting and inspiring workshop.