Emergency Planning & Response.
Preparedness to deal with potential incidents at a site where hazardous goods are being stored is crucial to the survival of a tank farm. A whole range of dangers can pose a threat to storage terminals, including terrorism, lightning, fire, cybersecurity breaches, hurricanes, tank overflow or earthquakes, to name a few.
How the incident is dealt with can have massive repercussions on the employees’ safety, the company’s reputation and the terminal’s bottom line.
Next year’s StocExpo in Rotterdam will have a special focus to help ensure terminals are prepared for any potential disaster or emergency. The Emergency Planning & Response Zone will help HSE managers learn about emergency response planning, and find the latest the techniques designed to keep their terminal safe & secure.
Oil spill response.
What to expect.
- Emergency planning considerations
- Best practices in fire fighting
- The aftermath: managing the public & the media
- Coordinating a major incident response
- Ensuring your terminal has the adequate insurance
- Cybersecurity incidents: lessons learnt
Using lessons learnt to prevent major incidents.
Major incident response.
- Lessons learnt from major incident
- Working effectively with the emergency services
- Emergency response planning
Carl Daniels MBE, Deputy Senior Responsible Officer, JESIP
Best practice for tank terminal insurance.
- Lessons learnt from industry losses
Nigel Cairns, Senior Risk Engineer, Aon Global Risk Consulting
Best practices in fire protection & response.
Managing cybersecurity threats at the terminal.
Get involved with StocExpo.
StocExpo hosts the global bulk liquid storage industry and is the perfect platform that helps your business on a day-to-day basis.