Following on from being one of this year’s main sponsors at Hazards 29, we are pleased to report that the event was a huge success and ENGIE Fabricom garnered a lot of interest from key delegates across a number of different industry sectors.
As part of being the Conference Partner at this high-profile event, our Consultancy Manager, Simon Lewis, welcomed all attendees to the conference on behalf of ENGIE Fabricom and gave a very insightful talk into our core capabilities, in particular spotlighting the high calibre of experienced personnel within the business. Using his ‘cliff edge’ analogy, Simon was very keen to emphasise the importance of maintaining focus on process safety despite competing with other business priorities.
As Simon mentioned in his talk, events such as the Hazards conference are absolutely key in the process safety calendar raising much-needed awareness on all levels, whilst also providing an opportunity to collaborate to consistently ensure best practices are being maintained and exchange knowledge as we all strive to do things better.
For many years, ENGIE Fabricom has been at the very forefront of providing high-quality process safety consultancy services and it has been really great to share with delegates who attended this event the exceptional work that we have completed and discuss our competences in this field.
Over the next week, we look forward to touching base with new contacts made, as well as picking up with familiar faces and potentially support on upcoming projects.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the team that represented the company to the very highest standards. This included our Process Safety Manager, Alan Shelbourne and two Senior Process Safety Engineers, Uche Ononiwu and Andy Stead, and of course Simon, for heading up the opening of the conference.
Thanks to everyone who visited the stand. If you require any further information about our services, please contact Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are already looking forward to Hazards 30 in Manchester!