ACTC Event "Managing Alarms & Abnormal Situations in the Process Industries", Grimsby, 13th July 2006

Recent incidents at Terra Nitrogen in Billingham and the Buncefield Oil Depot have highlighted the continued need for the prevention and
containment of accidents and emergencies within our process industries. The Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC) has arranged a meeting on the topic of "Managing Alarms & Abnormal Situations in the Process Industries" which is being held on the 13th July 2006 in Stallingborough, near Grimsby.
This meeting will demonstrate what is being done by both process industry vendors and end-users to minimise any abnormal situations. Plant systems, such as process control and monitoring systems, alarm and operator advisory systems and emergency shut-down systems, all need to function correctly and work together to make any response to a crisis situation as effective as possible.
Full details of this event, including agenda, can be found at: http://www.isc-ltd.com//actclub/meetings/meet060713.html
People from ACTC member companies can attend free of charge. University researchers, IET/IEE Control PN Member, or IChemE Process Control Subject Group Member are all entitled to a discounts. See the above web-page for details.
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