13/10/20 - HazMat 2020

Date: 13th May 2020
Location: Crowne Plaza, Stratford-upon-Avon

NCEC’s Hazmat conferences are now well established as the 'must go' event for Hazmat Professionals to share experiences and gain knowledge with like-minded professionals working in the chemical incident industries.  Hazmat professionals need to keep up to date with hazardous materials response, chemical exposure monitoring, emergency planning, developments in legislation, future technologies, and learn lessons from past experiences. The Hazmat event is the best opportunity to gain a wider understanding of these issues, and more importantly, practical ways to address them.

25/05/20 - Petroleum oil and Lubricants and hazardous materials

Date: 25th May 2020
Location: London

The importance of effective health and safety training in the oil and gas industry is highlighted by extensively reported examples of major process safety incidents including the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, the Buncefield oil storage depot explosion (2005), the 1988 Piper Alpha oil platform explosion (both occurring in the UK) and the BP Texas Refinery explosion in 2005. In this programme you will be able to:

  • Enhance your skills in identifying root causes for incidents in the oil and gas industries
  • Identify all business risks
  • Familiar with oil and gas risk assessment techniques
  • Implement advanced risk management techniques for incident prevention and control

07/07/20 - Waste Management 2020

Date: 7th July 2020
Location: Madrid, Spain

The conference provides a forum for the exchange of scientific information and works on the current situation of waste management amongst professionals, researchers, government departments and local authorities.  Waste Management is one of the key problems of modern society due to the ever-expanding volume and complexity of discarded domestic and industrial waste.

Society is increasingly aware of the need to establish better practices and safer solutions for waste disposal. This requires further investigation into disposal methods and recycling as well as new technologies to monitor landfills, industrial mining wastes and chemical and nuclear repositories.

This creates a need for more research on current disposal methods such as landfills, incineration, chemical and effluent treatment, as well as recycling, clean technologies, waste monitoring, public and corporate awareness and general education.

16/10/20 - Hazardous Materials Expo 2020

Date: 16th October 2020
Location: National Exhibition Centre Birmingham, United Kingdom

The Hazardous Materials Expo is one of seven specialist shows at the Contamination Expo Series that is designed to showcase the latest innovations that further the detection, management, testing, and removal of hazardous materials and the protection of the environment. The event attracts key-decision makers from industry-leading businesses and councils, creating an unrivalled networking opportunity.