2020 MARY KAY O’CONNOR PROCESS SAFETY SYMPOSIUM
Beyond Regulatory Compliance: Making Safety Second Nature
In Association with IChemE
October 20-21, 2020
The Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) would like to welcome you to the 2020 Process Safety Symposium.
Join more than 500 researchers and industry representatives and other stakeholders from around the world to share the latest innovations and developments in process safety.
2020 Keynote Speakers Will be Announce Soon!
There will be two plenary sessions consisting of a keynote and a panel of experts discussing Planning & Response to Pandemics as it relates to Process Safety
Learn from 70+ online sessions worldwide
The program will consist of two days with three tracks each day
Watch presentations and panel discussions from industry-leaders each day
Pose questions during our live Q&A sessions after each presentation with your fellow attendees and speakers
Missed a session? Watch presentation at your own time through our on-demand feature
✓ 70+ presentations followed by live response to questions posed via chat
✓ Two plenary sessions consisting of a keynote and a panel of experts discussing Planning & Response to Pandemics as it relates to Process Safety
✓ Features to interact between attendees, exhibitors, and speakers
✓ Access to proceedings: Access to on-demand session recordings for a period of time post symposium
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