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Event Details

 

16 Jun
2020
 

Dangerous Goods Operations and Hazardous Substances 2020

   

 

Where
Melbourne
Australia
 

 

Dangerous goods and hazardous substances make up a significant volume of materials transported. A lack of situational awareness and compliance leads to a rise in accidents, fines and loss of lives. This has made it crucial for businesses to deliver a safety-first approach which prioritises employees’ safety and operational efficiency.

The marcus evans Dangerous Goods Operations and Hazardous Substances 2020 event will delve into safety and compliance as a main driver in operational efficiency. Delegates will analyse the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) in complex supply chain operations, pick apart procedural bottlenecks in interactive analyses and participate in a hands-on workshop on safe storage and handling of dangerous goods.  This event will be a propellant towards continuous improvement and compliance for professionals working with dangerous goods and hazardous substances. Don’t miss this interactive 3-day conference!

Site Tour to a Major Hazard Facility

In this site tour, delegates will have the privilege of touring a Major Hazard Facility which features efficient and safe storage and handling operations. Delegates will be exposed to hazardous substance handling practices and storage tools which enhance functional safety and efficiency. These simple and effective safety practices will be a key take-away for delegates to apply to their own operational best practice.

Facilitated by: Nufarm

 

Key Topics

  • MHF Licensing requirements, safety objectives and stakeholder engagement
  • Update to Regulations and Standards: Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Code and How this Affects Your Operations
  • Moving Beyond GHS 3: Ensuring Your Business is Prepared for GHS 7
  • Mitigating Risk of Potential Accidents through Driving Chain of Responsibility(CoR) Best Practice
  • Interactive Incident Analysis: Consignor, Consignee and Contractor Responsibilities in Dangerous Goods Transportation Incidents

 

Previous Attendees Include

ANSTO
Airbus Australia Pacific
Bunnings
Ceva Logistics
Caltex
Chromaflo Technologies
Comcare
Cook Australia
Country Fire Authority
Chemcouriers
Department of Defence
Downer Blasting Services
Dyno Nobel
Etihad Airways
FBT Transwest
Hunter Water
Incitec Pivot
Independent Liquor
Inenco
Jurox
Kalari HSE
Lienert
Matrix Composites and Engineering
Mainfreight
Melbourne Water
Metcash Trading
Metropolitan Fire Brigade
National Transport Commission
New Zealand Defence Force
NZ Transport Agency
Northrop Grumman
Qenos
Queensland Nitrates
RG Chemical Safety
Rio Tinto
Suez Water
Victorian Ports
Worksafe Tasmania

 

 

 

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