Connected by Risk
September 24th, 2020 – Free virtual event
Connected by Risk (This event has passed)
We are excited to announce our first virtual event ever. Join our complimentary online process safety seminar on the topic of risk management.
In these challenging times, we all do our utmost to help contain the spread of this Covid-19 virus. Social distancing, restricted international travel, working from home, staying home as much as possible, and so on. We do everything in our power to keep everyone around us safe. This might make us feel disconnected from our family and friends, but also from our colleagues and peers.
It made us think about how we can make sure to stay connected to you. We realized that we actually are all ‘connected by risk’. Every company encounters risks, after all, risks must be taken to be successful as a company. In order to be in control of these risks, companies need to align internally and work together to create awareness. But also, companies that work together in the supply chain should connect on risk-related matters to assure safe operations altogether.
To maintain and explore this connection, we cordially invite you to attend our upcoming online process safety seminar ‘Connected by Risk’ on September 24.
This online seminar will take place on September 24th, 2020. Participation is free of charge. We offer 2 timeslots to participate and you are free to join the session time that is most convenient for you. Each session lasts 90 minutes.
9:00 – 10:30 AM CEST (UTC+2)
4:00 – 5:30 PM CEST (UTC+2)
When you have signed up, you will receive a confirmation. Closer to the event date you will receive login details for both timeslots.
During this upcoming virtual event ‘Connected by risk’, the following speakers will share their current take on barrier based risk management and this risk connection. Be prepared to interact with these speakers through Q&A sessions and live polls.
We are launching a new webinars series! Get ready to learn how to ‘Connect the dots‘ in advanced barrier management, utilizing the bowtie method.
Webinars will be taking place every Wednesday. There will be two alternating sessions covering the same part, but on different timezones (the first week at 9AM CEST and the other week at 4PM CEST) as we want to make sure all of you have the opportunity to join the session.