St.Petersburg, May 27 – International Forum on Industrial Safety opens the doors. Top industrial corporations, governmental supervision and intergovernmental authorities’ representatives from fourteen countries participate in the event to share emergency response experience.
Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kirgizia, Moldova, Russia, the USA, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine take part in the Forum
Forty two reports will be presented during eleven sessions .Among the speakers are officials from UNECE, IAEA, CIS Executive Committee, Rosctehnadzor and Ministry for Emergency Situations.
The most important topics of discussion are industrial safety condition in Russia and worldwide, changes in national legislation, best practices for emergency situation prevention and response, innovations in risk analysis.
Offshore pipelines operational particularities , including Blue Stream main gas pipeline , remote facilities operational safety in the Far North, offshore platforms faire safety issues will be discussed during the sessions on May 28.
Full version of the Forum’s program is available here: conference.gce.ru
Work group from Ministry for Emergency Situations (Russian Federation) will meet to draft new technical regulations for Custom Union , in particular, “Requirements for fire safety and fire protection equipment”. The document will be valid over the territory of the Custom Union member countries as soon as it comes into force.
We would like to remind that International Forum on Industrial Safety is an annual event held during “white nights” period in St.Petersburg.
This year Forum will be closed on May 30 by press-conference for mass media. Alexander Moskalenko,GCE Group President & CEO, is the main ideologist of the event.