• Univ. of Bologna, Italy
  • CNR, Italy
  • CEA, France
  • Univ. Magdeburg, Germany
  • Iberdrola, Spain
  • INERIS, France
  • JSI, Slovenia
  • Demokritos, Greece
  • Steinbeis R-Tech, Germany
  • SINTEF, Norway
  • Univ. of Padua, Italy
  • Univ. of Pisa, Italy
  • SWISSI, Switzerland
  • INCDPM, Romania
  • University of Stuttgart, Germany
European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

Enhance your capability and knowledge to cope with challenges of risk assessment in modern petrochemical industry!

In the framework of the EU FP7 project iNTeg-Risk "Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management of Emerging, New Technology related Risks", Steinbeis University (STI Advanced Risk Technologies) and other project partners have set up a modern and modular European Master and Certification Program with the emphasis on management and analysis of emerging risks related to new technologies. Herewith, we announce the forthcoming course

I-R02 PETRO
Risk Analysis in Petrochemical Industry

September 24 - 28, 2012
Stuttgart

Lecturer: Giovanni Uguccioni

The course is open for students of the universities and employees of the companies participating in the project, as well as for the external participants.

The petroleum industry is changing rapidly, challenging organizations and individuals to keep pace and distinguish opportunity from understanding, assessing and managing risk. This course presents current global and regional issues of risk analysis in petrochemical industries. Topics include risk aspects and methods for hazard identification, probability and consequences analysis, risk assessment, and health, safety and environment issues related to petrochemical industries.

During the 4-day course the participants will have the opportunity

  • to get familiar with risk aspects and methods for hazard identification applied in petrochemical industries
  • to learn how to perform probability and consequences analysis and risk assessment
  • to recognize what are the health, safety and environment issues related to petrochemical industries

Engineers, managers at all levels, inspectors, legislators and other professionals dealing with risk and safety in petrochemical industry as well as students, will profit from the course by

  • increasing their understanding of strengths and weaknesses of different approaches and
  • extending their knowledge on current risk based approaches for petrochemical plants.

The petroleum industry is changing rapidly, challenging many organizations and individuals to keep pace and distinguish opportunity from risk. This course will present current global and regional happenings in the upstream, midstream,downstream and in petrochemical industries. It will increase understanding of the industry's strengths and weaknesses and the risk issues.

 

 

Registration fees for participants are:

  • regular fee
  • for ETPIS members
  • for iNTeg-Risk partners, members of the International Advisory Board and EU-VRi members and for students not mentioned below
  • for students enrolled in “European Master of Risk Engineering & Management” and the students of University of Stuttgart covered by the agreement between University of Stuttgart and Steinbeis University Berlin
The registration fees include handouts and coffee breaks. More details at the web registration site, see http://www.shb.risk-technologies.com/Events/?EventID=3924.

Get more info and register for the course now:

10% discount for registrations received before September 24, 2012


Registration deadline: September 24, 2012

For more info about the European Master and Certification Program in Risk Engineering and Management
see http://www.sti.risk-technologies.com
For more info send an email to sti889@risk-technologies.com or call +49 711 1839 781 or +49 711 1839 647
In the case of cancellation of the course by the organizers, the participants are entitled to the full reimbursement of the prepaid fees.
In the case of participant's cancellation less than 1 week prior to the course, the fees will be retained in full.
(Announcement generated on April 22, 2021)