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The Concept of Process Safety took shape only after humanity witnessed the world's worst industrial disaster i.e. the Bhopal Gas Tragedy. An estimated 20000 people were killed; half a million injured & millions of descendants suffered, before process safety took center stage and evolved over the years to become the mainstay of plant and asset reliability today.
The potential seriousness of major accidents in the domain of process safety even more than in others & the industry's continued tryst with unfortunate events have repeatedly demonstrated that the regulations governing hazardous industrial activities are insufficient in themselves to prevent major accidents. "Culture, Competency & Excellence" of organisations are thus the key determinants of performance in this field.
Today, the management of process safety needs to be at the heart of companies' progress-oriented approach. Given that the past performance is no guarantee of future returns, safety leadership, Innovative engineering & operational excellence would have to be the strategic board level priorities for companies to survive and ultimately thrive.
2020 may ring in the New Year with newer set of challenges including increased globalized workforce and supply chains, heightened competition for natural resources, raging public concerns over social and environmental impacts, rapidly changing technology and increased government and regulatory interventions. What would be the state of safety in the midst of all these demands?
The 4th edition of the International Process Safety Conference (INPSC 2020) outlines ENCIS's commitment to work with governments, regulators and operators in addressing these common challenges & ensuring safety still remains the industry's number one priority.
After three highly successful editions, the 4th Annual International Process Safety Conference will once again provide a primary forum for practitioners to showcase practical and technological advances in all aspects of process safety attracting professionals from across the world to communicate the latest process safety developments to veterans and newcomers alike.
Engaging the collective experience & expertise of regulators, industry, academia and technology organizations to discuss, deliberate, share & learn the best of engineering practices and leadership traits, INPSC 2020 would drive the industry to evolve and improve business resilience, explore new and innovative perspectives on putting people first, operations safe & finally a "zero incident" culture.
Honorary Chairman, Advisory Board, ENCIS &
Former Director (R&D), IndianOIl
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