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Interactive digital inspiration session 'Safety in (process) chemistry'

29 October
29 October 2021
09:30 until 11:00
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Kind: Online
14 October 2021 | 1 minute read

Which chemical processes and products can and should be safer? And how could we tackle this?

Are you interested in these questions and their answers, then take part in the interactive ion Friday morning, October 29th  and think along about possible research topics!

This inspiration session 'Safety in (process) chemistry' is organized by TI-COAST, Safety Delta Nederland and ChemistryNL for their associates on October 29th  from 09.30 - 11.00. In this session, different aspects and perspectives will be addressed and there will be room for discussion. The recently opened call for proposals 'Safe-by-Design' will also be explained by NWO. This thematic program of the Dutch National Research Agenda (NWA) focuses on the development and implementation of a practical Safe-by-Design approach for the design of chemical substances, materials, products and processes. 

Programme: 

09:30u              Opening and objectives 

09:35u              Introduction TI-COAST by Eric van Sprang (TI-COAST) 

09:45u              De Nederlandse (petro)chemische industrie anno 2030 de veiligste ter wereld? by Johan van Middelaar (SDN) 

10:00 u             Process Safety & Sensing by Timoer Frelink (Metrohm Applikon) 

10:15u              Safe by Design in Chemische Recycling by Jody Schinkel (TNO) 

10:30u              NWA call ‘Safe-by-Design’ by Leon Klomp (NWO) 

10:45u              Interaction with all participants 

11:00u              Summary of the workshop 

We hope that this inspiration session will give you a good idea of ​​shared challenges and relevant partners. This session is also a good preparation for the matchmaking event that the NWA is organizing on November 16th , 2021.

Registration: 

COAST-participants can register using the SIGN UP button on the bottom of this page.
Non-COAST participants may register using this link

Do you have questions? Please contact Isabelle Hulshof by sending an email to [email protected]  

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