About Our Events
The Hazards Forum holds many interesting and informative events. These are free for members and invited guests thanks to the generosity of sponsors. The calendar is for information and may change.
Invitations are required for attendance for a number of reasons which include the safety reason of available capacity of venues. Please see Attending an event for more information.
Reports of Events are available under the Publications part of the website.
The events calendar also includes events organised by our member and partner organisations.
Hear insights from leading construction companies about recent projects and practical guidance from the industry regulator. Join breakout sessions that will explore the key issues being faced in major construction projects and identify methods to overcome them. This is a unique opportunity to learn industry best practice and how your organisation can address the challenges of risk and incident reduction, cost savings vs maintenance and compliance with safety legislation.
Simulation and Modelling 2018 will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the latest developments being made with computer aided and virtual engineering. Explore the advances being made with integration, optimisation and validation from design stage right through to manufacturing to reduce cost, enhance safety and increase performance.
This one-day seminar sets out to discuss in-operation materials challenges experienced by the current UK generating fleet and how to effectively manage them. Gain key insights into the best ways to assess and investigate problems and take home effective solutions to prevent accidents throughout plants’ life-cycle.
At Manchester United Football Ground
Discover engineering solutions to the technical and environmental challenges facing those conducting high risk lifting at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ 7th Nuclear Lifting Seminar - the only event of its kind dedicated to lifting projects in the nuclear industry. Attend this event to explore long term strategies, unique safety cases and cost-effective design that meet regulated standards. Furthermore, understand how best to conduct complex and high risk lifts on decommissioning, operational and new build nuclear sites.