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EEMUA Mechanical Integrity course

25/05/2022 - 26/05/2022

Live Online Course

Course is delivered in English.

Registration Closed! The next Mechnical Integrity Course will be held between 14th - 15th September 2022.

A training course split over two half days. It is aimed at the people responsible on a day-to day
basis for ensuring mechanical integrity of plant and equipment where there are hazardous substances present. 

The content of the course has been approved for continuing professional development (CPD) by the Society of Operations Engineers (SOE).

Event

PCIC Europe 2022

07/06/2022 - 09/06/2022

London, UK.

EEMUA is a partner of PCIC Europe 2022, the leading European conference and forum for the exchange of information, experiences and technical papers that encompass the practical applications of electricity and automation with a strong focus on the energy transition and digitisation as applied to the petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, oil and gas industries.
 

Training Course

EEMUA 159 TankAssessor course

13/06/2022 - 17/06/2022

Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Course is delivered in Dutch.

This course is now fully booked. If you would like to be added to the waiting list please email events@eemua.org.
The next Dutch course will be held between 17th - 21st October 2022. Full details can be found here

Event

Assessing cyber security risk in an industrial control network

14/06/2022

Online, 13:30-14:30 UK time.

This webinar will not address the question of whether we should be assessing cyber security risk in industrial control networks, it is assumed we all recognise that the risk is present, and that it is real. Instead, we shall look at the purpose of cyber-risk assessment (the why) and the processes we can follow to minimise risk (the what). This is a personal view from many years of facilitating risk assessments based on the process described in the IEC 62443 standard part 3-2. We shall look at the process itself, and also look at five of the heuristic traps that we might fall into along the way (some of the how), but ultimately this is about ensuring we do the right things to improve cyber security, and do those things right.

Rob Turner BSc (Hons) CEng MIET, Principal Consultant Digital Enterprise Solutions at Yokogawa United Kingdom Ltd shares his insights.

 

Meeting

WG152 Meeting - EEMUA159 Ed. 6

21/06/2022

Via teleconference

Working Group 152 Meeting to discuss amendment of chapters for the 6th Edition of EEMUA Publication 159.

Event

EEMUA Seminar - Engineering the Energy Transition

23/06/2022

Rotterdam, the Netherlands

The global shift to decarbonisation will be unlike any other major engineering change in history, as it will rely on reusing and repurposing existing infrastructure, as well as integrating with new facilities. How can old and new work together? What are the key new things that must be learnt, and what hard won engineering experience must not be forgotten? What must engineers know now to engineer the future? Hear expert views at this seminar.

Event

EEMUA Industry 4.0 Seminar - Putting tomorrow’s technology to work today

07/07/2022

Live Online Seminar

Industry is changing, upgrading; more responsive, individualised, and flexible. But what implications does that have for engineering, from control systems to integrity inspections, as we move to Industry 4.0? Learn how things are changing at this crucial event.

Training Course

EEMUA 159 TankAssessor course

05/09/2022 - 09/09/2022

London, UK

Course is delivered in English.

Event

EEMUA Inspection Seminar

07/09/2022

Telford, UK

New techniques in inspection must offer advantages for operators if they are to achieve adoption. This seminar looks at the bottom-line benefits currently achievable, and issues holding back adoption of some techniques.

Training Course

EEMUA Mechanical Integrity course

14/09/2022 - 15/09/2022

Live Online Course

Course is delivered in English.

A training course split over two half days. It is aimed at the people responsible on a day-to day
basis for ensuring mechanical integrity of plant and equipment where there are hazardous substances present. 

The content of the course has been approved for continuing professional development (CPD) by the Society of Operations Engineers (SOE).