13-14 May 2020, Crowne Plaza, Stratford-upon-Avon
NCEC’s Hazmat conferences are now well established as the 'must go' event for Hazmat Professionals to share experiences and gain knowledge
with like-minded professionals working in the chemical incident industries.
Now in its 13th year, the event draws upon the knowledge and experience of a broad range of hazmat professionals and industry leaders, as well as NCEC’s own emergency responders and experts. Bringing together international speakers from across sectors, delegates will benefit from world-standard presentations, case studies and practical, hands-on workshops in a friendly and welcoming environment.
Using delegate feedback gathered at previous events, the format for Hazmat 2020 will again include a range of case studies and interactive exercises.
We will be encouraging speakers to include practical elements and group interaction where relevant
Sessions will also cover a cross-section of subjects as we look to increase multi-agency representation.
elegates will have the opportunity to tailor their experience by registering for specific workshops once the programme has been finalised.
Why should I attend?
Hazmat professionals need to keep up to date with hazardous materials response, chemical exposure monitoring, emergency planning, developments in legislation, future technologies, and learn lessons from past experiences. The Hazmat event is the best opportunity to gain a wider understanding of these issues, and more importantly, practical ways to address them.
All the subjects covered are relevant to people involved in chemical incident response and the setting provides a great opportunity to question and discuss content both in the forum and informally one-to-one. Delegates are drawn from fire services, police forces, ambulance services, the MOD, chemical industry and bodies such as the Environment Agency, Public Health England and the Met Office.
Half-day workshop is back for 2020!
12 May 2020,
20 delegate places only
During this workshop, one of our crisis management consultants,
Chris Scott, who is an ex-military and a specialist in human intelligence (HUMIT) will work with you to support you in developing an understanding of a range of emotional responses to major incidents, both how the emotional response informs and changes perceptions and decision makings during the incident itself, along with its long-term impacts and the effects of stress.
Early bird registrations close on 31 January 2020,
book your place now.