Safety Case - Mapping Singapore's process safety landscape

31 March 2015

On 9 March 2015, the Ministry of Manpower announced that Singapore will be introducing a Safety Case regime for Major Hazard Installations (MHIs). IOSH Singapore branch is supporting this seminar organized by The Institution of Engineers Singapore and IChemE, that will share with participants an international perspective on the Safety Case from global leaders in process safety, to be held on 24 April 2015, 8:00 to 17:00.

In the wake of the Seveso incident in 1976, EU promulgated the Seveso Directive. In the current UK context, it is translated as the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations. Similarly, Major Hazard Facilities (MHF) Regulations were introduced in Australia after the Longford accident. Singapore is following suit and moving towards a Safety Case regime.

At this Seminar you will hear from global leaders in Process Safety who will share their Safety Case experience and the benefits to the industry in terms of improved reliability, productivity and the enhanced ability to manage change.

IOSH members are invited to register to this event at the same rate as IES/IChemE/Supporting organisations [S$250/Pax]

See more details on their website and on the flyer.