Accelerating gas detection in hse

The new virtual summit set to deliver the latest in gas detection technologies. This industry-first event will bring together professionals from across health, safety and environment, with speakers from the World Meteorology Organization (WMO) and IDTechEx already confirmed.

This industry-first event will bring together professionals from across health, safety and environment, with speakers from the World Meteorology Organization (WMO) and IDTechEx already confirmed.

Join Health & Safety International, Health & Safety Middle East, and AWE International as they launch an expert-led, virtual summit on the latest research and development in gas detection on Wednesday, 28th June at 11am BST. 

From potentially explosive atmospheres to industrial emissions, gas detection technologies play a vital part in ensuring worker safety in dangerous environments and in the mitigation of wider environmental impacts to our climate and health. 

Industry experts will lead themed presentations exploring innovation and research in gas detection for personal safety, explosive atmospheres as well as Industry and the environment. Discussions will be encouraged to drive action and spark discourse across keynotes.

“We have a really exciting line-up of speakers”, says Editor and Host, Ana Martins. “I can’t wait to share their expertise with our attendees.” 


The current agenda features Dr Mathew Dyson, Principal Technology Analyst at IDTechEx who will be looking at current technological innovations in the gas detection market, and Dr Oksana Tarasova, Senior Scientific Officer at the World Meteorological Organization, who will be sharing her team’s greenhouse gas emissions monitoring network and how the data they collect could help businesses looking to reduce their emissions. More speakers are expected to be added soon. 

“It’s going to be a great chance for individuals to ask questions and find out more about the latest happenings in gas detection from the people at the forefront of it.” Ana adds, "The topic is incredibly timely and I'm looking forward to a good panel discussion at the end to really get a discourse going with our audience as well.” 

This will be the first summit organised by Haymarket Media Group’s new HSE International (HSEI) brand, which houses their portfolio of health, safety and environmental publications. 

 Just announced, Global Upstream HSSE Manager for OMV and our very own health and safety author: Graeme Lawrie. Graeme will be joining the discussion along with our other speakers on Wednesday 28th June.

 

Our Speakers:

Dr Oksana Tarasova – Senior Scientific Officer, World Meteorological Organization

Dr Oksana Tarasova has worked in the World Meteorological Organization since 2009. A Senior Scientific Officer in the Infrastructure Department since August 2022, she works on the development of the Global Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Infrastructure concept. She was Head of the Atmospheric Environment Research Division in Science and Innovation Department from 2014 to 2022.

Dr Matthew Dyson – Principal Technology Analyst, IDTechEx

Based in London UK, Dr Matthew Dyson has an MRes and PhD in Physics from Imperial College London, in which he investigated fundamental properties of organic semiconductors, followed by post-doctoral research on organic photodetectors. At IDTechEx Matthew utilizes this background to assess technical developments and commercial opportunities across a range of emerging technologies spanning sensors and electronics.

Graeme Lawrie – Global Upstream HSSE Manager, OMV

Graeme has worked with OMV since 2010, previously in Senior Expert Investigation and Analysis, located in Vienna, Austria, and as OMV’s Upstream Division HSSE Manager. Graeme holds a BSc Hons in Topographic Science from the University of Glasgow; a Post Graduate Diploma in Health and Safety from Aston University; and an MA in International Relations from Staffordshire University. He is a Member of several industry related Institutes, as well as the Chairman of the International Oil and Gas Producers Lifting and Hoisting Task Force.

Join this 90-minute briefing Wednesday 28th June at 11am GMT for the opportunity to engage with the latest developments in gas detection across health, safety and environment (HSE).

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