Safety/HSE

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Multi-million investment to establish Scotlands’ role in global hot forging

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) has secured £16.5 million to establish a major new advanced engineering facility for the global hot forging sector.

Industry Update

Latest IChemE course prioritises the concept of inherent safety

IChemE’s ‘Inherent Safety in Design and Operation Development’ training course – held in Rugby from 25-26 September 2018 – provide users with a greater understanding of the concept of inherent safety…

Editor's comment

Water

Water recycling achieves a full circle

What would those great Victorian public health pioneers John Snow and Joseph Bazalgette have made of today’s ‘toilet to tap’ approach to water usage in that hub of technological innovation, Californi…

Comment & Features

Cyber security

Five steps to year-round GDPR compliance

The furore around GDPR implementation has died down and that’s a good thing says Natasha Bougard of TSG, because for engineers it will be an ongoing task rather than a fixed deadline...

Analysis

Offshore oil rig

Offshore uncertainty is raising safety concerns

Low oil prices and a major slump in production are creating major safety concerns within the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry.

eMagazines

Process safety April 2016

Process Safety April 2016

This edition of Process Safety looks at the risks posed by chemicals and nanomaterials alongside the best-practice guidelines being introduced to protect researchers and engineers.

We also examine t…