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Industrial Emergency Conference to be launched in Ahmedabad, India

Published on 2 February 2010

The conference will be dedicated to the training, education, enlightenment and information related to all aspects of industrial emergency
For the first time the launch of an industrial emergency response conference will be held in India
For the first time, the launch of an Industrial Emergency Response Conference will be held in India.

Industry professionals will converge in Ahmedabad, India, May 2010 to see get the latest updates on safety and security from all facets of industrial emergency safety. Highlights will include world-class, international speakers, two full days of innovative conference sessions and interactive demonstrations, and networking opportunities. Take-aways will include informative lessons learned, best practices, solutions and systems to ensure a safety and secure industrial environment.

Attendees from various industries, such as paramedics, firefighters, emergency response coordinators, training officers, operations managers, policy makers in the industrial sector and emergency and disaster management.

The conference will be dedicated to the training, education, enlightenment and information related to all aspects of industrial emergency

Topics will range from: how to set up, evaluate and implement emergency response plans, case studies and lessons learned from the Bhopal;  a ground zero for Hazmat response; spill and contaminations site remediation; a different approach to Fire and EMS service delivery - getting the right people to the right call at the right time.

Many speakers will be from North America, renown as experts in the area of industrial first response

In addition, a round-table discussion will encompass major manufacturing and oil and gas executives discussing lessons learned, requirements for future and case studies.

"Many speakers will be from North America, renown as experts in the area of industrial first response. With the tremendous growth in manufacturing in India this is a critically important conference that will highlight many controllable and avoidable catastrophes that tend to come with industrial development," states Lee Baker, conference manager.

An anticipated 250 delegates will be expected to attend from across India. Delegates will be from industrial manufacturing, oil and gas, chemical, petroleum, transportation and construction.

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