GexCon is presenting an advanced course on the analysis of explosion and other hazards for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities. This 2-day course will address multiple hazards associated with onshore and offshore LNG facilities including LNG release and dispersion, explosion modeling, cryogenic spills, prevention and mitigation, probabilistic risk assessments, legislation, accidents and selected case studies. The course will prove helpful to experienced engineers, safety supervisors, and operating managers who are committed to safe workplaces
WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?
Safety engineers, managers, supervisors, and other personnel involved in the design, operation or modification of onshore and offshore LNG facilities (import, export, bunkering, transportation, etc.) as well as onshore processing facilities Representatives of governmental or public bodies involved in development of safety regulations Anyone who would like to develop an understanding of fire and explosion safety for LNG facilities.
Registration is required by 12th November 2014 by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration fee is $2000 p/p
Name: GexCon Australia
Phone: +61 8 9227 8001
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This course will be held at the University Club seminar room which is located on campus at The University of Western Australia on Hackett Drive in Crawley (Hackett Entrance 1).
Full day parking is available on a pay and display basis in car park 23 (corner Hackett Drive and Mounts Bay Road), and along the University side of Hackett Drive.
Dr Madhat Abdel-jawad
LAST UPDATED: 28-10-2014