Jurong Island Vision Zero Forum: Vessels under pressure can be dangerous
06 Feb 2023
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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Pressure vessels are widely used in various industries, such as petrochemical, oil and gas, and food processing. Owners of these vessels have the responsibility to ensure that they are in good working condition and safe to operate.
Leaking vessels may pose health and safety hazards such as poisoning, suffocation, fire and explosions. In addition, rupture failures can occur, and they are much more catastrophic, and can cause considerable damage to life and property. Therefore, the safe design, installation, operation, and maintenance of pressure vessels. in accordance to the appropriate codes and standards, are essential to workers’ safety and health.
Presentations at the forum will focus on different aspects of safety relating to pressure vessels, namely:
- “Pressure Vessels in Workplace – An Overview”, by the Ministry of Manpower;
- “Thermal Fatigue – Batch operation Vessel”, by Chevron Oronite; and
- “Dynamic Risk Assessment”, by Linde Gas Singapore.
Er. Lucas Ng, JIVZ Group Chair
||Mr Bernard Kwok
Deputy Director, Engineering Safety
Ministry of Manpower
||Mr Raymond Tan
Team Lead - Reliability & Inspection
||Mr Nanavati Chitrang Avinash
Linde Gas Singapore
Moderator: Er. Lucas Ng