Hazards 31 is an industry-focused event, providing a platform for sharing good practice, current thinking, latest innovation and lessons learned in process safety, as well as valuable networking opportunities. It is also an opportunity for industry practitioners to explore some broader themes relevant to the process safety agenda:

  • identifying and embedding good practice in process safety including:
    • the role of executive leadership
    • how to achieve engagement and common practice
    • learning lessons from past incidents
  • how to embed the strategic learning from the COVID-19 response into process safety management
  • process safety issues associated with climate change and decarbonisation technologies including:
    • managing the effect on existing infrastructure
    • the opportunity to apply the principles of inherent safety
    • understanding and managing the major hazard implications of new energies including H2, LNG, batteries, wind and solar
    • managing the effect of changing weather patters and extreme events caused by climate change
  • process safety opportunities and risks associated with digitalisation, big data, Artificial Intelligence, and cyber security

Hazards 31 will be a fully interactive, virtual event. All content will be available to view on-demand after the live event.

Call for abstracts

The call for abstracts inviting contributions to the event programme is currently open. Abstracts sharing lessons learned, new innovation, examples of good practice, or insight on the broader conference themes above are welcomed.

Full event information can be found on the Hazards 31 website


Tuesday, 16th November 2021 at 12:00am


Thursday, 18th November 2021 at 12:00am


Virtual Online