Need to know more about COMAH compliance? Want to understand how to improve system reliability and availability for your organisation? Join Bureau Veritas Risk & Safety experts for a complimentary seminar at our Birmingham office on Wednesday 18 October.
Experienced Principal Risk and Safety Consultants, Matthew Baggaley and Mark Rogers, will be discussing how your organisation can meet COMAH obligations, and what it takes to improve operational performance by understanding the cause and impact of equipment failures. And this is your chance to register your attendance.
Introducing COMAH and reliability services
The Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 2015 (COMAH) place a number of duties on operators to manage their Major Accident Hazards (MAH). If your facility handles flammable, toxic or explosive substances above the defined thresholds, you must be aware of your obligations, understand how they affect your business and develop the correct systems and processes to meet compliance.
Reliability services can help your organisation to gain a better understanding of why failures happen and the impact they have on performance. If you have issues with equipment failures or have lost confidence in your system, independent support can not only improve reliability and availability, but enable you to cut costs by better targeting your maintenance activities.
Our seminar will cover the key points you need to know, introduce our trusted, independent services and provide you with an opportunity to speak directly with experienced Bureau Veritas professionals.
Meet the Bureau Veritas team
Matthew Baggaley and Mark Rogers work as part of the renowned Bureau Veritas Risk & Safety team, working in partnership with clients in high risk industries to identify, analyse and mitigate risk.
Matthew has over ten years’ experience in providing specialised technical safety and environmental consultancy for hazard industries around the world, both onshore and offshore. Mark has worked for almost 30 years’ in the areas of reliability and availability modelling, major hazards, risk assessment and human reliability.
Join them from 10:30am to 12:30pm at Fort Dunlop, Birmingham on Wednesday 18 October – but don’t delay. Space is limited and we encourage you to register your place by 18 September.
Secure your place today
To confirm your place, simply click here and complete the short online registration form.