Hazards 25

The Keil Centre will be speaking and exhibiting at the IChemE Hazards 25 Conference in Edinburgh between 13-15 May 2015.

The process safety conference aims to share best practice, latest research and lessons learned to help embed the highest possible standards of process safety across industry. IChemE is a great supporter of human factors and sees the importance of the human factors contribution to safety.  The Keil Centre is pleased to be supporting this event and continuing to help develop human factors within the process industries. 

More information about the event can be found at the Hazards 25 website.

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