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Solutions and technologies for professionals working in hazardous environments

HAZEX addresses the increasing burden of responsibilities placed on HazMat and engineering professionals who work in hazardous environments and who need to comply with tighter legislation on health and safety in industrial, commercial and government facilities.

Launched at MAINTEC 2012, HAZEX will this year provide even more solutions and guidance.

As well as the exhibition, HAZEX offers a comprehensive seminar programme covering a variety of topics relating to working within hazardous areas.

HAZEX helps engineers and health & safety professionals to identify and implement health & safety best practices and to minimise the risks of hazardous working environments.

Exhibitors in HAZEX this year include....

  • Newson Gale
  • R Stahl
  • Intertek
  • Sira

Plus Cordex Instruments will be showcasing their ATEX approved products and Denios will be doing a feature with explosive demos!

 

Who should attend?

  • Engineers working in hazardous environments; typical industries include the offshore and petrochem sector as well as utilities, chemical and pharmaceutical and mining and quarrying
  • Job functions include maintenance, project, production, health & safety, operations, facilities, electrical and senior decision-makers

ATEX

The mandatory European Community directive ATEX 94/9/EC presents a major challenge for many organisations. HAZEX showcases products and services from ATEX-approved companies to provide you with the resources you need to adhere to the latest legislation and protect your staff.

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