Detailed Programme

The printed Final programme as a PDF file is downloadable here.

Sunday, 5 June 2022

Vienna House Diplomat Prague (Symposium venue)

19:00–20:00

Welcome Cocktail

 

 

 

 

Monday, 6 June 2022

Hall Prague A+B

09:00–09:30

Opening ceremony

09:30–10:15

PLENARY KEYNOTE 1

Leadership 4.0: The Changing Dynamics of Management in the Smart Industry Digital Era
Stewart Behie
Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, USA

referenced books

10:15–11:00

PLENARY KEYNOTE 2

The human operator – a safety threat?
Manfred Müller
Flight Safety Research Lufthansa, Germany

Loss Prevention Symposium Award 2nd Edition

sponsored by VSB-TUO

11:00–11:30

Break

Hall Prague A+B

11:30–13:10

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.A)

11:30–11:50

An Innovative Framework for Chemical and Process Facilities to Support a Comprehensive Natech Risk Assessment
Cozzani Valerio
University of Bologna, Italy

11:50–12:10

Na-Tech Risk: a New Challenge for Local Planners
Pilone Eleonora
Politecnico di Torino, Italy

12:10–12:30

The Quantitative Assessment of Damage to the Environment in Major Accidents Caused by Natural Events
Ricci Federica
Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Italy

12:30–12:50

Coping with Flood Natech Events: A Safety Framework to Make Chemical Clusters more Resilient
Zeng Tao
South China University of Technology, China

12:50–13:00

Application of Statistical Analysis for the Identification of Critical Areas due to Corrosion in Atmospheric Storage Tanks
Ancione Giuseppa
University of Messina, Italy

13:00–13:10

Integrating Knowledge Graph, Complex Network and Bayesian Network for Data-driven Risk Assessment
Bai Yiping
China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing, China

Hall Prague C+D

11:30–13:10

SESSION
2. Security and safety (2.A–2.B)

11:30–11:50

Non-chemical Process Industry Applications of Bowtie Analysis
Amyotte Paul
Dalhousie University, Canada

11:50–12:10

A Bow-Tie Approach for the Identification of Scenarios Induced by Physical Intentional Attacks to Chemical and Process Plants
Iaiani Matteo
University of Bologna, Italy

12:10–12:30

Methodology for a Combined Safety and Security Analysis based on Classic HAZOPs for Operational Technology Insert
Biernath Johannes
CSE Center of Safety Excellence (CSE-Institut), Germany

12:30–12:50

Minimum Ignition Temperature of Hybrid Mixtures
Gabel Dieter
Otto-von-Guericke Universität, Germany

12:50–13:10

Comparative Study on Standardized Ignition Sources Part 2: Exploration of the Initial Igniting Volume of Standardized Ignition Sources for the Determination of Explosion Characteristics
Spitzer Stefan
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -pruefung (BAM), Germany

Hall Cracow I+II

11:30–13:10

SESSION
3. Lessons learnt / Case studies

11:30–11:50

Increasing Safety by Shifting Semi-batch Polymerizations into Semi-continuous Production
Barozzi Marco
University of Insubria, Italy

11:50–12:10 A Mathematical Model for the Prediction of the Kst for Metallic Dusts as a Function of the Particle Size Distribution
Derudi Marco
University of Insubria, Italy

12:10–12:30

Escape Route Improvement by Specialized Escape and Evacuation Simulation for Oil and Gas Facility
Hiroya Yoshinori
JGC Corporation, Japan

12:30–12:50

Learning Lessons from Chemical Incidents – What’s Stopping us and how we can make it Happen
Cowley Charles
Cranfield University School of Management & Center for Chemical Process Safety, and on behalf of the European Commission Joint Research Centre Major Accident Hazard Bureau, Italy

12:50–13:10

Control of Plant Ageing at Seveso Sites: Achievements in Research and Transfer to Current Practice
Bragatto Paolo
INAIL, Italy

13:10–14:30

Lunch, Posters, and Exhibition

Hall Prague A+B

14:30–16:00

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.A)

14:30–14:50

Benchmark of European Practices for Land-use Planning around Seveso Establishments
Salvi Olivier
INERIS DEVELOPPEMENT, France

14:50–15:10

An Approach to Update the Failure Rates of Safety Barriers Based on Operating Experience
Lee Shenae
NTNU/SINTEF, Norway

15:10–15:30

The Role of Safety Barrier Performance Depletion in the Escalation of Natech Scenarios
Misuri Alessio
University of Bologna, Italy

15:30–15:40

A Macro-systematic Accident Propagation Analysis for Preventing Natural Hazard-induced Domino Chain in Chemical Industrial Parks
Men Jinkun
South China University of Technology, China

15:40–15:50

An Extended Procedure to Predict Flammable Cloud Generation Resulting from Tank Overfilling Scenario’s
Boot Hans
Gexcon Netherlands B.V., the Netherlands

15:50–16:00

A Risk Aspect of Periodic Maintenance in Process Plants: a Case of a Pressure Relief Valve
Lee Shenae
NTNU, Norway

Hall Prague C+D

14:30–16:00

SESSION
2. Security and safety (2.A–2.B)

14:30–14:50

Progress in Inherently Safer Design for Chemical Processes
Pasman Hans
TEES MKOPSC Texas A&M University System, USA

14:50–15:10

Strategy for ISO 4126 into 2030 – Future Standardization of Pressure Protection Systems
Schmidt Juergen
CSE Center of Safety Excellence (CSE institute), Germany

15:10–15:30

Experimental Investigation and CFD Modelling of Storage Tank Breathing
Schmidt Natalie
CSE Center of Safety Excellence gGmbH, Germany

15:30–15:50

Simultaneous Measurement of Burning Velocity and Turbulence Intensity Ahead the Flame front during Aluminum Flame Propagation
Saad al Hadidi Fares
IMT Mines Ales, France

15:50–16:00

Essential Aspects of Pressure Safety – Experiences from Industrial Practice
Duenger Udo
Covestro Deutschland AG, Germany

Hall Cracow I+II

14:30–16:00

SESSION
3. Lessons learnt / Case studies

14:30–14:50

Explosion of 14th January 2020 at IQOXE, Tarragona, Spain
Egan Simon
SOLVAY, France

14:50–15:10

Small Data also Matter in Process Safety
Vaudrey Hervé
DEKRA, France

15:10–15:30

Random Failures of Mechanical Components in Safety Instrumented Systems
Schmitt-Pauksztat Gregor
Bayer AG, Germany

15:30–15:50

Key Learnings from Recent Lithium-ion Battery Incidents that have Impacted e-mobility and Energy Storage Fast Growing Markets
Marlair Guy
INERIS, France

15:50–16:00

Resilient Safer Approach to Cope the Oily Waste Generation in Industrial Facilities: Lessons learned from Cuban Installations
Castro Rodriguez David Javier
Politecnico di Torino (POLITO), Italy

16:00–16:30

Coffee Break, Posters, and Exhibition

Hall Prague A+B

16:30–18:10

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.A)

16:30–16:50

Holistic Review of Risk Assessment Methodologies
Pey Alexis
Stahl Holdings bv, Spain

16:50–17:10

A Deterministic Approach for Modeling of Plausible Accident Scenarios according to the German Major Accident Ordinance
Jablonski Dariusz
Bayer AG, Germany

17:10–17:30

Asset Integrity in the Case of Wildfires at Wildland-Industrial Interfaces
Ricci Federica
Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Italy

17:30–17:40

A Systemic Approach Methodology to Measure Process and Plant Safety
Rodriguez Manuel
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

17:40–17:50

Advantages of the Recursive Operability Analysis in Updating the Risk Assessment
Soffientini Lorenza
DEKRA Italia s.r.l., Italy

17:50–18:00

A Study of Required Information for Risk Assessment in Management of Change Based on Business Process Model
Takeda Kazuhiro
Shizuoka University, Japan

18:00–18:10

Ammonia Pressure Station in SEVESO Establishment – Case Study Focused on the Impact on the Environment
Sikorova Katerina
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Hall Prague C+D

16:30–18:10

SESSION
2. Security and safety (2.A–2.B)

16:30–16:50

Risk Identification for Cyber-attacks to the Control System in Chemical and Process Plants
Tugnoli Alessandro
University of Bologna, Italy

16:50–17:10

New Experimental Findings of Temperature and Turbulence Influence on the Safety Characteristics of Dusts
Leksin Alexey
Steinbeis integrative Safety GmbH, Germany

17:10–17:30

Pressure Loads Generated by Explosive Gas Mixtures in Vessel-pipe Geometry by Precompression and Subsequent Detonation
Schildberg Hans-Peter
BASF SE, Germany

17:30–17:50

Enclosure safety in a Case of Hydrogen, CNG, or LNG Accidental Release from a Bus Tank
Brzezińska Dorota
Lodz University of Technology, Poland

17:50–18:00

Analysis of Thermal Load of Pressure Cylinders with Flammable Gases in Fire
Mynarz Miroslav
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

18:00–18:10

Flammability of Halogenated Liquids: Flash Points Limits
Tribouilloy Benoît
French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks (Ineris), France

Hall Cracow I+II

16:30–18:10

SESSION
3. Lessons learnt / Case studies

16:30–16:50

The Hazards of Transient Operations
Clarke Ian
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, UK

16:50–17:10

Review of Selected Chemical Accident Report Sites Regarding Major Accident Investigation and Lessons Learnt Needs
Dobeš Pavel
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

17:10–17:30

Particle Size Distribution in a Godbert-Greenwald Furnace: Experiments and Modelling
Dufaud Olivier
University of Lorraine, France

17:30–17:50

Direct Determination of Burning Velocity during Aluminium Flame Propagation
Chanut Clement
IMT Mines Ales, France

17:50–18:00

Evaluation of the Management of Explosive Atmospheres in Milling Companies: the Île-de-France Region Example
Janès Agnès
Caisse Régionale d'Assurance Maladie d'Ile-de-France (Cramif), France

18:00–18:10

Learning from Incidents at Seveso sites: a Focus on the Safeguarding of Containments Prior to Start of Operations
Manuel Henk Jan
RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment), the Netherlands

Hall Budapest

16:30–18:00

SPECIALISED WORKSHOP

Safety of LNG at port areas

Chairman: Olga Aneziris

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 7 June 2022

Hall Prague A+B

09:00–09:45

PLENARY KEYNOTE 3

Improving Loss Prevention through alliance between industry, government, and science
Arjan van Dijk
Safety Delta, the Netherlands

09:45–10:30

PLENARY KEYNOTE 4

Computer Simulation Software-Modern Oracle in Industrial and Environmental Loss Prevention
Nicolas Markatos
National Technical University of Athens, Greece

10:30–10:40

EFCE Excellence Award

sponsored by Aspen Oss B.V.

10:40–11:10

Break

Hall Prague A+B

11:10–12:50

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.A)

11:10–11:30

Towards an Improved Bowtie Method for Quantifying Industrial Risks
de Barnier Thibaud
Technip Energies; Laboratoire de Génie Chimique, France

11:30–11:50

Risk Analysis: Challenges and Perspectives
Le Coze Jean-Christophe
Ineris, France

11:50–12:10

Self-ignition Behaviour of Bulk Materials: How Reliable is the Extrapolation of Laboratory Tests?
Schmidt Martin
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Germany

12:10–12:30

Small-scale Screening Procedure to Identify Deflagration Potential of Bulk Solids
Schwaninger Mischa
Novartis Pharma AG, Switzerland

12:30–12:40

The Periodical Review of Safety Reports in France for Upper-tier Seveso Establishments
Vallée Agnès
Ineris, France

12:40–12:50

Multidimensional Risk Assessment in Natural Gas Pipelines: Managing Risk Categories Based on Sensitivity Analysis Information
Viana Francisco
Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil

Hall Prague C+D

11:10–12:50

SESSION
2. Security and safety (2.C–2.E)

11:10–11:30

Chemical and Thermal Effects of Trace Components in Hydrogen Rich Gases on Combustion
Eckart Sven
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

11:30–11:50

Kinetic Parameters for Safety of Hydrogen-containing Mixtures
Pio Gianmaria
University of Bologna, Italy

11:50–12:10

Modelling Pressure Tanks under Fire Exposure: Past Experience, Current Challenges and Future Perspectives
Scarponi Giordano Emrys
University of Bologna, Italy

12:10–12:30

Attractiveness Assessment of Chemical Facilities Operating in Critical Areas: Development of a Semi-quantitative Methodology Tailored to the Maghreb Context
Landucci Gabriele
University of Pisa, Italy

12:30–12:40

Numerical Simulation of LNG Dispersion in Harbours: a Comparison of Flammable and Visible Cloud
Carboni Mattia
University of Padova, Italy

12:40–12:50

Ignition and Self-heating Risk Assessment of Hydrocarbon Polluted Soils
Dufaud Olivier
University of Lorraine, France

Hall Cracow I+II

11:10–12:50

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.B–1.E)

11:10–11:30

Safe and Efficient Disposal of Hexachlorodisilane Liquid
Chen Jenq-Renn
National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

11:30–11:50

Promoting Safety Societies with a Non-stationary Multidimensional Model that Prioritizes Flood Risks under Climate Change Effects
da Silva Lucas
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil

11:50–12:10

Mist Can Explode, but still no Standard! Proposal of a Combustible Sprays Test Method
El-Zahlanieh Stephanie
University of Lorraine, France

12:10–12:30

Experimental Studies on Ignition Behavior of Pure Disilane and its Lower Flammability Limit
Chen Jenq-Renn
National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

12:30–12:50

Why a Hydrogen Fireball Should not be Modelled as a BLEVE Event
Boot Hans
Gexcon Netherlands B.V., the Netherlands

12:50–14:10

Lunch, Poster and Exhibition

Hall Prague A+B

14:10–15:50

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.B–1.E)

14:10–14:30

DYN-RISK – Design and Development of a Dynamic Risk Assessment Tool
Vairo Tomaso
University of Genoa, Italy

14:30–14:50

Digital Twin Concept for Risk Analysis of Oil Storage Tanks in Operation: A Systems Engineering Approach
Lee Shenae
NTNU, Norway

14:50–15:10

Risk Assessment for Ship-to-ship LNG Bunkering
Aneziris Olga
National Center for Scientific Research “DEMOKRITOS”, Greece

15:10–15:30

Fuel Cells for Shipping. An Approach Towards Dynamic Safety Assessment
Vairo Tomaso
University of Genoa, Italy

15:30–15:40

Development for Prediction Model for Environmental Condition of Deterioration Phenomena for Asset Integrity Management
Fuchino Tetsuo
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

15:40–15:50

COVID-19 Pandemic Influence on the Presence of Micro and Nanoplastics in the Environment
Roupcová Petra
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Hall Prague C+D

14:10–15:40

SESSION
2. Security and safety (2.C–2.E)

14:10–14:30

On the Hazard Investigation of Polymerizing Substances through Experimental Methods and Theoretical Chemistry
Fayet Guillaume
Ineris, France

14:30–14:50

Dynamic Simulation and Verification Test for Vent Sizing of Runaway Reaction
Mizuta Yuto
Mitsubishi Chemical, Japan

14:50–15:10

Protection of Chemical Reactors against Exothermal Runaway Reactions with Smart Overpressure Protection Devices
Schmidt Carsten
CSE Center of Safety Excellence (CSE-Institut), Germany

15:10–15:30

Runaway Boundaries for PI Controlled Tubular Reactors
Scotton Martina
University of Insubria, Italy

15:30–15:40

Experience Report on Adiabatic Reaction Calorimetry in Safety Engineering
Delibalta Ömer Faruk
Evonik Operation GmbH, Germany

Hall Cracow I+II

14:10–15:50

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.B–1.E)

14:10–14:30

Experimental Investigation into the Consequences of Release of Liquified Hydrogen onto and under Water
van Wingerden Kees
Vysus Group, Norway

14:30–14:50

Medium-scale Tests to Investigate the Possibility and Effects of BLEVEs of Storage Vessels Containing Liquified Hydrogen
van Wingerden Kees
Vysus Group, Norway

14:50–15:10

The Effect of Solid Inhibitors on Hydrogen-air Combustion
van Wingerden Matthijs
University of Bergen, Norway

15:10–15:30

CFD-modelling of Large Scale LH2 Release Experiments
Hansen Olav Roald
HYEX Safety, Norway

15:30–15:50

Cryogenic Hydrogen Storage Tanks Exposed to Fires: a CFD Study
Ustolin Federico
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

15:50–16:10

Coffee Break, Poster and Exhibition

Hall Prague A+B

16:10–17:50

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.B–1.E)

16:10–16:30

The Role of Safety in the Framing of the Hydrogen Economy by Selected Groups of Stakeholders
Derempouka Efthymia
University of Bergen, Norway

16:30–16:50

CFD Study to Assess Safety Aspects of TPRD Releases from Heavy-duty Hydrogen Vehicles and Trains in Tunnels
Hansen Olav Roald
HYEX Safety, Norway

16:50–17:10

Passive Autocatalytic Recombiners as Explosion Prevention and Mitigation Tool in Hydrogen Energy and Transport Infrastructures
Kirillov Igor
National research Centre “Kurchatov Institute”, Russian Federation

17:10–17:30

CFD Analysis of Explosions with Hydrogen-Methane-air Mixtures in Congested Geometries
Lucas Melodía
Gexcon AS, Norway

17:30–17:40

A Simple Hazard Scenario Identification Method for Risk Assessment on Chemical Hazards to Prevent Fire and Explosion for Open Space Work
Shimada Yukiyasu
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan

17:40–17:50

Combining CFD and Experimental Approaches to Optimize a Spray Release in a 20 L Sphere
El-Zahlanieh Stephanie
CNRS, France

Hall Prague C+D

16:10–17:50

SESSION
5. Leadership and risk communication

16:10–16:30

Process Safety – the Ultimate Team Sport
Kerin Trish
IChemE, Australia

16:30–16:50

Creating a Learning Organisation
Kerin Trish
IChemE, Australia

16:50–17:10

IGUS – 60 Years of Successful International Collaboration on Safety of Unstable Substances
Mak Wim
TNO, the Netherlands

17:10–17:30

Organic Dust Explosions: Is it All just about Pyrolysis?
Pietraccini Matteo
University of Lorraine, France

17:30–17:50

An Experimental and Numerical Study of the Blast Created by BLEVE of Superheated Water Contained in a Pipe
Heymes Frederic
IMT Mines Ales, France

Hall Cracow I+II

16:10–17:50

SESSION
4. Human & organisational factors

16:10–16:30

A Reference Framework to Build Crisis Exercise for Strategic Crisis unit: an Integrated Approach from Scenario to Debriefing
Bony-Dandrieux Aurelia
IMT MINES ALES, France

16:30–16:50

Widespread Sensors and Artificial Intelligence for a Novel Safety Management System at the Seveso Sites
Ansaldi Silvia Maria
INAIL, Italy

16:50–17:10

Safety Decision-Making for laboratory Processes in Academia
Jung Anastasia
EPFL, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

17:10–17:30

Improving the Management and Use of Operating Instructions for Process Safety
Lindgren Mats
The Swedish Process Safety Association, Sweden

17:30–17:50

Analysis of Human and Organization Factors Related Accident Reports Based on Natural Language Processing
Yang Shuo
Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Hall Budapest

16:10–17:50

SPECIALISED WORKSHOP

Safera project RESMOND

Občanská plovárna

20:00–23:00

Symposium Dinner

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, 8 June 2022

Hall Prague A+B

09:00–09:45

PLENARY KEYNOTE 5

From Mexico City to Fukushima: progress in the assessment and prevention of atypical scenarios and cascading events in the chemical and process industry
Valerio Cozzani
University of Bologna, Italy

09:45–10:30

PLENARY KEYNOTE 6

Accidents in Czech Republic
Vladimír Vlček
Fire Rescue Service, Czech Republic

10:30–11:00

Break

Hall Prague A+B

11:00–12:30

SESSION
1. Risk Assessment (1.B–1.E)

11:00–11:20

Preliminary Risk Assessment of Hydrogen Refuelling Stations in a Multifuel Context
Quesnel Sebastien
Engie Crigen, France

11:20–11:40

Overview of the Risk Assessments for Hydrogen Refuelling Stations in Japan
Suzuki Tomoya
Yokohama National University, Japan

11:40–12:00

Explosion Characteristic of Biogas/Air Mixtures
Rusin Jiří
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

12:00–12:20

Investigation of Sublimating Dry-ice Bank Due to Accidental Release in the Framework of CCS Risk Analysis
Mocellin Paolo
Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy

12:20–12:30

Critical Issues in Short-cut Modelling of Massive Carbon Dioxide Releases
Vairo Tomaso
University of Genoa, Italy

Hall Prague C+D

11:00–12:10

SESSION
5. Leadership and risk communication

11:00–11:20

PPS Roadmap 2025 – Bayer’s Vision and Strategy for the Future of Process and Plant Safety
Hanisch Felix
Bayer AG, Germany

11:20–11:40

Recognition of Process Safety Position in Multiple-criteria Decision Analysis in Process Design
Janošovský Ján
Institute of Chemical and Environmental Engineering FCHPT STU, Slovakia

11:40–12:00

Strategic Implementation of Risk Based Process Safety in Process Plant Organization
Tanabe Masayuki
JGC Corporation, Japan

12:00–12:10

Tackling the Behaviour of Vegetable Oil Fire in Case of Maritime Accident: Towards a Crisis Management Decision Support System
Aprin Laurent
IMT Mines Ales, Laboratory for the Science of Risks, France

Hall Cracow I+II

11:00–12:30

SESSION
4. Human & organisational factors

11:00–11:20

Improving the Assessment of Human Barriers: an Innovative Methodology for the Energy Industry
Cozzani Valerio
University of Bologna, Italy

11:20–11:40

Competence Oriented Education of Future HSE Professionals: Lessons Learned
Kocurkova Lucie
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

11:40–12:00

Improving an Observation Tool of Crisis Management Teams by Involving Crisis Managers
Secheppet Mélanie
IMT Mines Ales, France

12:00–12:20

Safety Culture as an Essential Part of Prevention of Major Accidents – the Situation within Companies Falling under the Seveso III Directive in the Czech Republic
Slovackova Ivana
VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

12:20–12:30

A Risk-based Grey Relational Analysis for Identifying Key Performance Shaping Factors to Promote the Management for Human Reliability during Shipping LNG Offloading
Zhang Renyou
Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, China

Hall Prague A+B

12:30–13:00

Closing ceremony and Best Poster Award sponsored by Elsevier

 

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