Compliance in Bulk Materials Handling is an interactive one day seminar that covers the latest developments in bulk materials compliance, including the ATEX and DSEAR directives. With major parts of the industry either in the process of implementing the new Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) or preparing for that change, now is the time to come together to discuss how the engineers can help shape the emissions limits (on dust and water) of the directives.
IMechE Engineering Training Centre, Sheffield
The programme features exclusive end user case studies from food and drink, port and cross-industry experts about strategies to meet the requirements and lessons learnt from not doing so.
Feedback from 2014 Bulk Solids Handling event:
“This seminar has given me fresh ideas for best practice to incorporate into the next project”
Engineering Manager, Spencers
“Overall a very useful update on solids materials handling”
Consultant, Power Eng
“Very informative set of papers delivered by high level speakers”
Engineering Director, Spencers
“Well organised, event chairman kept it going well great focus”
Project Director, Joy Global
2016’s seminar will carry a particular focus on fire and explosions response given increased usage of new materials across industry whose flammable properties are being discovered. Take the opportunity to join the debate around key areas of compliance through the round tables discussion groups.
- ABP Humber Ports
- Environment Agency
- ATEX Explosions Hazards
- University of Milan
- DEKRA Insight
- Engineering Safety Consultants
- The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology