In recent years, the ‘REMBE Safety Days’ series of events has taken place in Brilon, Germany, which had become a meeting place for the discussion of explosion safety and process safety. In November 2019, 150 participants from five continents were welcomed to the Sauerland region.
Unfortunately, no live events can take place due to the current situation, however REMBE is offering a digital version of the REMBE Safety Days.
Safety is essential – especially in difficult times like this. REMBE has launched the ‘REMBE Safety Days - Digital Home Edition’ to enable experts to continue to exchange their experience in the field of safety technology. “We are proud to be able to provide a platform like this,” says Claire Lloyd (Team Leader Process Safety Europe and one of the speakers at the REMBE Safety Days – Digital Home Edition).
This format is an ideal solution to exchange up-to-date expert knowledge, the latest experience and safety approaches. The presentations are aimed at operators, planners, technicians, engineers, maintenance personnel, safety officers, experts and inspectors in monitoring organisations.
Once a week, every Wednesday from 1:15pm, a 45-minute presentation from the REMBE Safety Days - Digital Home Edition will take place on a wide range of topics relating to explosion safety and process safety. As the participants have always been an international audience, there will be both German and English presentations. The overview of all of the presentations can be found on the company's website.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/15052020/rembe-offers-digital-version-of-safety-days/
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