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TECHNICAL PROGRAM updated to 09.04.2014

The program might be subjected to last minute modifications.
The Organizers do not take any responsibility in front of any delegate for the changes of this program.

 

SUNDAY, April 13, 2014
 
Su 16:30-18:00
Registration & Refreshments
 
MONDAY, April 14, 2014
Mo 8:30 - 12:00
late Registration
 
Mo 8:30-9:00
Opening Session
Room: Salone Imperiale
 
Mo 9:00-9:40
PLENARY LECTURE I
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Cozzani V.
SAFETY AND SECURITY DECISIONS IN TIMES OF ECONOMIC CRISIS: ESTABLISHING A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Reniers G.
 
Mo 9:40-10:40
FORENSIC ENGINEERING AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Cozzani V.
INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS OF AN EXPLOSION IN A RESEARCH LABORATORY AT A FRENCH UNIVERSITY
Laurent A., Perrin L., Dufaud O.
 
NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE VIAREGGIO RAILWAY ACCIDENT
Manca D.
 
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF N-BUTANOL BEHAVIOR IN SEAWATER DUE TO CHEMICAL RELEASE FROM MARINE SHIPWRECK
Aprin L., Heymes F., Fuhrer M., Slangen P., Dusserre G., Le Floch S.
 
Mo 10:40-11:00
Coffee break
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Mo 11:00-12:40
HSE MANAGEMENT
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Senni Buratti S.
ENSURING THAT MULTI NATIONAL COMPANY PROCESS SAFETY STANDARDS, REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES ARE COMPLIED WITH IN ALL PARTS OF THE ENTERPRISE
Gowland R.
 
AN OVERVIEW OF COST-BENEFIT MODELS/TOOLS FOR INVESTIGATING OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS
Reniers G., Brijs T.
 
ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF INVESTMENTS FOR WORKPLACE SAFETY
Bianchini A., Pellegrini M., Peta D., Saccani C.
 
SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: A QUESTIONING DIVERSITY
Delatour G., Laclemence P., Calcei D., Mazri C.
 
INSPECT: A NEW APPROACH FOR FIRE SAFETY IN EXISTING PREMISES
Grimaz S., Dattilo F., Maiolo A.
 
Mo 11:00-12:40
CHEMICAL AND PROCESS HAZARDS
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Derudi M.
NEW CONTROL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS
Dyer J., Raibagkar A., Magenes L., Anderson T.
 
EFFECT OF AMINE COMPOUNDS ON THE SELF-POLYMERISATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE
Casson V., Snee T., Maschio G.
 
RUNAWAY REACTIONS AND VAPOR CLOUD EXPLOSIONS: THE SYNTHRON CASE STUDY
Copelli S., Torretta V., Massa D., Sala Cattaneo C., Derudi M., Rota R.
 
SPECIFICATION OF THE LIMIT TEMPERATURE TEXO FOR A PEROXIDE SYNTHESIS USING DIFFERENT ESTIMATION METHODS
Fritzsche L., Knorr A.
 
NITRIC ACID DECOMPOSITION KINETICS IN MIXED ACID AND THEIR USE IN THE MODELLING OF AROMATIC NITRATION
Di Somma I., Marotta R., Andreozzi R., Caprio V.
 
Mo 12:40-14:00
Lunch
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Mo 14.00-15:40
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT FOR SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Fabiano B.
COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT CHEMICAL PROCESSES FROM A LIFE CYCLE PERSPECTIVE
Cespi D., Passarini F., Cavani F., Neri E., Vassura I.
 
APPLICATION OF INHERENT SAFETY TO MAINTENANCE-RELATED MAJOR ACCIDENT PREVENTION ON OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS
Okoh P., Haugen S.
 
INCREASING THE YIELD OF 2-NITROBENZALDEHYDE DURING BENZALDEHYDE NITRATION BY MIXED ACID: CHEMICAL AND SAFETY INVESTIGATION
Di Somma I., Marotta R., Andreozzi R., Caprio V.
 
INVESTIGATION OF PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT SORBENTS IN A TWO-STAGE FLUE GAS DRY TREATMENT OF A MSWI
Guglielmi D., Antonioni G., Stramigioli C., Cozzani V.
 
DEPOXO PROCESS: TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY OF HIDE OXIDATIVE UNHAIRING
Puccini M., Seggiani M., Castiello D., Vitolo S.
 
Mo 14.00-15:40
CHEMICAL AND PROCESS HAZARDS
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Salzano E.
GEOPOLYMERIZATION AS EFFECTIVE MEASURE FOR REDUCING RISKS DURING COAL ASHES HANDLING, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Miccio F., Medri V., Papa E., Natali Murri A., Landi E.
 
THE LIMIT OF DSC AS A PRELIMINARY TOOL TO DETERMINE THE SAFETY PARAMETERS?
Leveneur S., Delannoy F., Levesqueau Y., Hebert J.P., Estel L., Taouk B., Salmi T.
 
A NEW APPROACH FOR THE RELIABLE ESTIMATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS BY MEANS OF DYNAMIC DSC EXPERIMENTS
Sanchirico R.
 
HAZARDS AND SAFETY ISSUES ASSOCIATED TO THE RESIDUAL SOLID CONTENT IN CRUDE EDIBLE OIL PROCESSING
Landucci G., Lovicu G., Barontini F., Pipitone E., Dimatteo A., Guidi L., Nicolella C.
 
TURBULENT FLAMES SPEEDS AND LAMINAR BURNING VELOCITIES OF DUSTS USING THE ISO 1 M3 DUST EXPLOSION METHOD
Sattar H., Andrews G.E., Phylaktou H.N., Gibbs B.M.
 
Mo 15:40-16:00
Coffee break
Mo 15:40-16:20
POSTER SESSION
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Mo 16:20-17:40
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT FOR SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Manca D.
APPLICATION OF ANN TO HYDRODYNAMIC CAVITATION: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON PROCESS EFFICIENCY EVALUATION
Capocelli M., Prisciandaro M., Lancia A., Musmarra D.
 
METHOD OF SELECTING PROCESS SIGNALS FOR CREATING DIAGNOSTIC MACHINE OPTIMIZED TO DETECT ABNORMALITIES IN A PLANT USING SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE
Minowa H., Munesawa Y., Furuta Y., Gofuku A.
 
THERMO CHEMICAL PROCESSES: POTENTIAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE WIND BLADES LIFE CYCLE
Pico D., Seide G., Gries T.
 
STUDY ON CHARACTERISTICS OF MICELLES FORMED BY SURFACTANTS AND POLYMER MIXTURES FOR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY
Nagy R., Bartha L., Toth J., Vágo Á.
 
Mo 16:20-18:20
COMBUSTION SAFETY
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Di Benedetto A.
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF TANKS CONTAINING PRESSURIZED GAS EXPOSED TO ACCIDENTAL FIRES: EVALUATION OF THE TRANSIENT HEAT UP
D'Aulisa A., Simone D., Landucci G., Tugnoli A., Cozzani V., Birk M.
 
A CRITICAL COMPARISON BETWEEN CFD AND ZONE MODELS FOR THE CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF FIRES IN CONGESTED ENVIRONMENTS
Tavelli S., Rota R., Derudi M.
 
DETECTING WEAK POINTS OF WILDLAND FIRE SPREAD: A CELLULAR ATOMATA MODEL RISK ASSESEMNT SIMULATION APPROACH
Russo L., Russo P., Vakalis D., Siettos C.
 
COMBINING CFD SIMULATIONS AND PIV MEASUREMENTS TO OPTIMIZE THE CONDITIONS FOR DUST EXPLOSION TESTS
Cuervo N., Murillo C., Dufaud O., Bardin-Monnier N., Skali-Lami S., Remy J.F., Auzolle P., Perrin L.
 
EXPLOSIBILITY AND FLAMMABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF NICOTINIC ACID-LYCOPODIUM/AIR MIXTURES
Sanchirico R., Russo P., Di Sarli V., Di Benedetto A.
 
EFFECT OF LARGE OBSTACLES ON HIGH MOMENTUM JETS DISPERSION
Pontiggia M., Busini V., Ronzoni M., Uguccioni G., Rota R.
 
 
TUESDAY, April 15, 2014
 
Tu 9:00-9:40
PLENARY LECTURE II
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: De Rademaeker E.
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OPERATIONAL RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN PROCESS FACILITIES
Khan F.
 
Tu 9:40-10:40
SAFETY OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: De Rademaeker E.
CFD SIMULATION OF THE RELEASE OF LN2 INSIDE A TUNNEL
Bubbico R., Falleni G., Mazzarotta B.
 
ANALYSIS AND TESTING OF FIBROUS PASSIVE FIRE PROTECTION MATERIALS FOR FIREPROOFING OF EQUIPMENT UNITS
Moricone R., Tugnoli A., Villa V., Cozzani V.
 
STUDY OF A NIMBLE MODEL TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF A GASOLINE FIRE IN A ROAD TUNNEL
Sala Cattaneo C., Tavelli S., Derudi M., Rota R., Raboni M., Torretta V., Copelli S.
 
Tu 9:40-10:40
DOMINO EFFECT
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Reniers G.
DOMINO EFFECTS RELATED TO HOME-MADE EXPLOSIVES
Salzano E., Landucci G., Reniers G., Cozzani V.
 
ON THE EFFECTS OF A TRIPLE AGGRESSION (FRAGMENT, BLAST, FIREBALL) ON AN LPG STORAGE
Heymes F., Aprin L., Slangen P., Lapebie E., Osmont A., Dusserre G.
 
DOMINO EFFECTS DUE TO THE PROJECTION OF FRAGMENTS: ESTIMATION OF THE IMPACT PROBABILITY USING A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION
Lisi R., Consolo G., Maschio G., Milazzo M.F.
 
Tu 10:40-11:00
Coffee break
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Tu 11:00-12:20
HSE MANAGEMENT
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Khan F.
HOW TO MEASURE SAFETY TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS? TOWARDS A MORE RELIABLE MODEL TO OVERCOME EVALUATION ISSUES IN SAFETY TRAINING
Vignoli M., Punnett L., Depolo M.
 
EXPERIENCE WITH USING SELF-AUDIT HANDBOOK FOR SMES IN PROCES AND POWER INDUSTRY
Kotek L., Mukhametzinova L.
 
PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT IN NARROW PATHS WITH DIFFERENT WIDTH
Grimaz S., Dusso A., Zorzini F., Tosolini E.
 
EXPERIMENT-BASED DECISION MAKING IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Colombo S., Nazir S., Gallace A., Manca D.
 
Tu 11:00-12:40
HUMAN FACTORS AND SAFETY CULTURE
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Paltrinieri N.
SIMPLIFIED PROCEDURES AND WORKERS' INVOLVEMENT: TWO KEYSTONES FOR IMPROVING SAFETY AT SMALL SEVESO PLANTS
Bragatto P., Agnello P., Ansaldi S., Pirone A.
 
AN APPLICATION OF FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM TO MIMOSA
Saracino A., Antonioni G., Spadoni G.
 
PROCEDURE FOR AUTOMATED ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL OPERATORS
Manca D., Nazir S., Colombo S., Kluge A.
 
A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL TO EVALUATE THE PROACTIVITY LEVELS OF RISK-REPORTING ACTIVITIES BY THE WORKFORCE
Curcuruto M., Guglielmi D., Mariani M.
 
COMPARISON OF SAFETY CULTURES BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL AND POWER INDUSTRIES
Porkka P., Paajanen P.
 
Tu 12:40-14:00
Lunch
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Tu 14.00-16:00
RISK AND HAZARD ANALYSIS
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Bragatto P.
ARE INTENSIFIED PROCESSES SAFER AND MORE RELIABLE THAN TRADITIONAL PROCESSES? AN EMBLEMATIC CASE STUDY
Baldissone G., Cavaglia G., Demichela M.
 
VULNERABILITY OF INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS TO SOIL LIQUEFACTION
Lanzano G., Santucci De Magistris F., Salzano E., Fabbrocino G.
 
NATECH SCENARIOS CAUSED BY FLOODING: EVALUATION OF ACCIDENT FREQUENCY BY THE USE OF FRAGILITY MODELS
Landucci G., Necci A., Tugnoli A., Antonioni G., Cozzani V.
 
VULNERABILITY OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS TO VOLCANIC NA-TECH EVENTS
Ancione G., Salzano E., Maschio G., Milazzo M.F.
 
NATECH RISK ANALYSIS IN THE CONTEXT OF LAND USE PLANNING. CASE STUDY: PETROLEUM PRODUCTS STORAGE TANK FARM NEXT TO A RESIDENTIAL AREA.
Gheorghiu A.D., Torok Z., Ozunu A., Antonioni G., Cozzani V.
 
HOW SAFE IS “SAFE ENOUGH” FOR A SHELTER-IN-PLACE DESIGN?
Sarrack A.
 
Tu 14.00-15:40
CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Landucci G.
CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS: COMPARISON OF METHODOLOGIES UNDER API STANDARD AND COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE
Vianello C., Guerrini L., Maschio G., Mura A.
 
ATMOSPHERIC TURBULENT DISPERSION MODELING METHODS USING MACHINE LEARNING TOOLS
Lauret P., Heymes F., Aprin L., Johannet A., Dusserre G., Lapebie E., Osmont A.
 
COST ACTION ES1006. EVALUATION, IMPROVEMENT AND GUIDANCE OF LOCAL-SCALE EMERGENCY PREDICTION AND RESPONSE TOOLS FOR AIRBORNE HAZARDS IN BUILT ENVIRONMENTS: ONGOING ACTIVITIES, EXPERIMENTS AND RECENT RESULTS
Gariazzo C., Leitl B., Trini Castelli S., Baumann-Stanzer K., Reisin T.G., Barmpas F., Tinarelli G., Milliez C.M., Armand P., Bemporad E.
 
A SOFTWARE MODEL FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF EXPLOSIONS IN CONGESTED AND CONFINED SPACES ON PERSONNEL, BUILDINGS AND PROCESS EQUIPMENT
Shaba K., Cavanagh N.
 
ANALYSIS OF METHODOLOGIES AND UNCERTAINTIES IN THE PREDICTION OF BLEVE BLAST
Hemmatian B., Planas-Cuchi E., Casal J.
 
Tu 16:00-16:20
Coffee break
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS
 
Tu 16:20-18:00
RISK AND HAZARD ANALYSIS
Room: Salone Imperiale; Chairperson: Tugnoli A.
ADDRESSING DYNAMIC RISK IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY BY MEANS OF INNOVATIVE ANALYSIS SOLUTIONS
Paltrinieri N., Scarponi G.E., Khan F., Hauge S.
 
THE APPLICATION OF SYSTEM DYNAMICS TO AN INDUSTRIAL PLANT IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF PROCESS RESILIENCE ENGINEERING
Salzano E., Di Nardo M., Gallo M., Oropallo E., Santillo L.C.
 
PROCESS SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR A FUEL STORAGE SITE: A WORKED EXAMPLE
Fanelli P.
 
PREFERENCE RISK ASSESSMENT OF ELECTRIC POWER CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Rehak D., Senovsky P.
 
ACCIDENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT ON ATMOSPHERIC DISTILLATION COLUMN IN OIL REFINERY
Babaarslan N., Alpbaz M., Cabbar Y.
 
Tu 16:20-18:20
TIC SESSION: projects FP7 INNHF/TOSCA
Room: Sala Saturno; Chairperson: Demichela M.
TOTAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT: WHAT ARE THE MAIN AREA OF CONCERN IN THE INTEGRATION OF BEST AVAILABLE METHODS AND TOOLS
Leva M.C., Balfe N., Kontogiannis T., Plot E., Demichela M.
 
HUMAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL FACTOR RISK ASSESSMENT IN PROCESS INDUSTRY AND A RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (MEDIA) TO INCORPORATE HUMAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS
Ahmad M., Pontiggia M., Demichela M.
 
SAFETY RISK REGISTERS: CHALLENGES AND GUIDANCE
Balfe N., Leva M.C., McAleer B., Rocke M.
 
HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING AT DESIGN STAGE: IS THERE A NEED FOR MORE STRUCTURED GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS?
Naghdali F., Leva M.C., Balfe N., Cromie S.
 
INTEGRATION OF HOFS INTO ATEX RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY
Geng J., Mure S., Camuncoli G., Demichela M.
 
MODELLING THE REPORTING CULTURE WITHIN A MODERN ORGANISATION
Douglas E., Cromie S., Leva M.C., Balfe N.
 
Tu - 20.15
Conference dinner at Sympo'
 
 
WEDNESDAY, April 16, 2014
 
We 9:00-9:40
PLENARY LECTURE III
Room: Sala Giove; Chairperson: Cozzani V.
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EXPLOSIONS IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRY: STATE OF THE ART AND FUTURE RESEARCH
Salzano E.
 
We 9:40-11:00
THEMATIC SESSION: CCS safety
Room: Sala Giove; Chairperson: Casal J.
HARDWARE AND INSTRUMENTATION TO INVESTIGATE MASSIVE SPILLS OF DENSE PHASE CO2
Jamois D., Proust C., Hebrard J.
 
SOLID CARBON DIOXIDE FORMATION FROM RAPID FLUID EXPANSION USING INTEGRATION OF COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
Rusli R., Chang E.J.T., Pham H.H.P.L., Mohd Shariff A.
 
STUDY OF FORMATION, SUBLIMATION AND DEPOSITION OF DRY ICE FROM CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE PIPELINES
Vianello C., Mocellin P., Maschio G.
 
CO2 TRANSPORTATION WITH PIPELINES – MODEL ANALYSIS FOR STEADY, DYNAMIC AND RELIEF SIMULATION
Raimondi L.
 
We 11:00-11:20
Coffee break
 
We 11:20-12:40
SAFETY OF ENERGY SYSTEMS
Room: Sala Giove; Chairperson: Cozzani V.
   
EVALUATION OF OLFACTORY PROPERTIES OF GAS ODORANTS
Capelli L., Sironi S., Del Rosso R.
 
DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED STRATEGIES FOR THE LAY-OUT OF FIRE AND GAS DETECTORS
Mariotti E., Di Padova A., Barbaresi T., Tallone F., Tugnoli A., Spadoni G., Cozzani V.
 
DERIVATION OF RISK AREAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH-PRESSURE NATURAL-GAS PIPELINES EXPLOSIONS INCLUDING EFFECTS ON STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
Russo P., Parisi F., Augenti N., Russo G.
 
ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS FROM A FOSSIL FUEL POWER STATION: DISPERSION MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON
Vairo T., Curro' F., Scarselli S., Fabiano B.
 
We 12:40
Lunch& End of the Conference
 
LIST OF POSTERS - session held on Monday, April 13, 15.40
1) THE INFLUENCE OF 90 DEGREE BENDS IN CLOSED PIPE SYSTEM ON THE EXPLOSION PROPERTIES USING HYDROGEN-ENRICHED METHANE
Sulaiman S.Z., Kasmani R.M., Mat Kiah M.H., Kidam K., Hassim M.H., Ibrahim N., Ali R.R.
 
2) GAS EXPLOSION VENTING: COMPARISON OF SQUARE AND CIRCULAR VENTS
Fakundu B., Andrews G.E., Phylaktou H.N.
 
3) DESIGN OF PERMEABLE ADSORBING BARRIERS FOR GROUNDWATER PROTECTION: OPTIMIZATION OF THE INTERVENTION
Bortone I., Erto A., Di Nardo A., Di Natale M., Santonastaso G., Musmarra D.
 
4) LOW CONCENTRATION OF OXYGEN IN EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT - MODELING THE CONSEQUENCES OF ACCIDENT
Kotek L., Mukhametzinova L., Holub M., Blecha P.
 
5) QUANTIFICATION OF RISK REDUCTION DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF DIFFERENT LIGHTNING PROTECTION SOLUTIONS FOR LARGE ATMOSPHERIC STORAGE TANKS
Necci A., Antonioni G., Cozzani V., Borghetti A., Nucci C.A.
 
6) POTENTIAL DAMAGES OF ATMOSPHERIC STORAGE TANKS DUE TO VOLCANIC ASH AGGREGATIONS IN PRESENCE OF WATER
Milazzo M.F., Primerano P., Ancione G., Salzano E., Maschio G.
 
7) SAFETY BARRIERS INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Costa Neto F.P., Ribeiro J.L., Ugulino K.L., Mingrone S.M.
 
8) ON THE USE OF DYNAMIC PROCESS SIMULATORS FOR THE QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
Pannocchia G., Landucci G.
 
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9) QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ON FUEL TRANSPORTATION PIPELINES
Parra L., Suarez M., Antonioni G., Bonvicini S., Munoz F., Cozzani V.
 
10) RESILIENCE ENGINEERING STRATEGY APPLIED TO AN EXISTING PROCESS PLANT
Palazzi E., Curro' F., Reverberi A.P., Fabiano B.
 
11) HOW DISTRIBUTED SITUATION AWARENESS INFLUENCES PROCESS SAFETY
Nazir S., Sorensen L.J., Oevergaard K.I., Manca D.
 
12) EXPLOITATION OF THE RESULTS OF LAND USE PLANNING QRA ANALYSIS TO FOCUS THE INSPECTION OF SEVESO PLANTS IN WALLONIA (BELGIUM) ON EXTERNAL SAFETY ASPECTS
Beaudoint D., Delvosalle C., Cornil N., Delcourt J., Nourry J., Rosmorduc A.
 
13) APPLICABILITY OF H14 PROTOCOL FOR SEDIMENTS IN ORDER TO CONSIDER THEIR VALORIZATION: LIMITS AND BENEFITS
Garbolino E., Aqua J.L., Abriak N.E.
 
14) ACCIDENT CONTRIBUTOR INTERCONNECTION STUDY AS A BASIS FOR ACCIDENT MECHANISM PREDICTION
Kidam K., Kamarden H., Hurme M., Hassim M.H., Kasmani R.M.
 
15) DETECTION AND LOCALIZATION OF LEAKAGES IN TOXIC/FLAMMABLE CHEMICALS PIPELINES USING DISTRIBUTED FIBRE OPTIC SENSORS
de Bont R., Inaudi D., Walder R.
 
16) TREATMENT OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS CONTAINING CHROMIUM - EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND MODELING
Balaska F., Bencheikh-Lehocine M., Chikhi M., Meniai A.H., Condom S.
 
17) EVALUATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF A DENSE GRADED HOT MIX ASPHALT (HMA)
Ruiz P., Acevedo P., Puello J.
 
18) SEISMIC SAFETY DESIGN OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS. COMPARISON BETWEEN NFPA 13 AND ITALIAN NTC 2008
Grimaz S., Barazza F., Malisan P.
 
19) INTEGRATED HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. CASE STUDY OF POWER PLANT.
Mancuso V., Giacobbe F., Faranda F., Diaco T.
 
20) NOVEL ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSORS FOR SAFETY AND CONTROL IN FERMENTATION PROCESSES
Ampelli C., Leonardi S., Genovese C., Lanzafame P., Passalacqua R., Perathoner S., Centi G., Neri G.
 
21) AREA RISK ANALYSIS IN AN URBAN PORT: PERSONNEL AND MAJOR ACCIDENT RISK ISSUES
Pastorino R., Vairo T., Benvenuto A., Fabiano B.
 
22) THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN IN SPECIALTY CHEMICALS COMPANY IN MALAYSIA
Amzirin M.I., Hassim M.H., Kasmani R.M., Kidam K., Mat R.
 
23) CONTRACTOR, SUPPLIERS AND VENDOR HSE QUALIFICATION AND FEEDBACK
Gambetti F., Marchi M.
 
24) THE QRA AS DESIGN CRITERIA FOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. AN APPLICATION TO THE FOOD SAFETY
Shirani M., Demichela M.
 
25) EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FIREPROOFING MATERIALS BASED ON ASTM E162 STANDARD
Argenti F., Guerrini L., Rossi F., Landucci G.
 
26) FREQUENCY EVALUATION FOR DOMINO SCENARIOS TRIGGERED BY HEAT RADIATION EXPOSURE
Argenti F., Landucci G., Antonioni G., Cozzani V.
   
27) RISK ANALYSIS OF LNG TERMINAL: CASE STUDY
Vianello C., Maschio G.