Airsweb countdown to attending GPCA Responsible Care Conference in Dubai

Responsible Care is the chemical industry's global environment, health, safety and security initiative. This annual conference enables industry leaders to learn from their peers and other experts about strategies to improve their companies' environmental, health, safety and security performance.

This is also the first year the Conference has been held in the Middle East and the first time an exhibition has been integrated as part of the GPCA Responsible Care Conference programme.

With a focus on sustainability, process safety and product stewardship Airsweb will be showcasing their EHS, Risk and Compliance software solution to over 400 delegates during this conference.

11th - 13th October 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC, Dubia

The packed programme will be delivered by 27 speakers, presenting over 20 key note presentations which are divided into six sections:

RC Regulatory Framework and Performance Measures

Maximising our Resources - Renewable Energy

Increasing the Focus on Process Safety

Addressing Chemical Management

Voice of Industry Partners

Maximising our resources - Industrial Waste.

Find out more about the GPCA Responsible Care Conference

Jason Wright, Business Development Director and James Brown, Technical Consultant are pleased to support the Responsible Care Committee in delivering this event. Jason Wright shares his enthusiasm: "With Airsweb invited to be one of only nine exhibitors, we are delighted to be recognised as bringing subject matter expertise to the conference. This has has been developed over many years working with global clients such as as AkzoNobel, Johnson Matthey and BYK additives .

We welcome the occasion to showcase the Airsweb EHS, Risk and Compliance software solution whilst also having the opportunity to understand what senior HSE leaders are challenged with today."

If you are attending the conference and want to pre-book a demonstration, email or call Jason and the team on 0151 289 6811.




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