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INDUSTRY AWARENESS ZONE – PROGRAMME Thursday 26th 10:30 – 12:00 September 2013


Institute of Materials Finishing Speaker/s - As Below


Nick Sawyer, the Technical Support Specialist and Health & Safety Officer of ITT Canon, a member of the Southern Branch of the IMF, will be explaining how the company addressed problems of removing phosphates associated with their surface finishing process cleaning solutions prior to discharge to their local treatment centre.


Brian Norton, MD of Indestructible Paint Ltd


Loss of chromate by EU REACH legislation and efforts to find replacements with a UK Government funded aerospace consortium


Brian Norton will be giving an update on a TSB funded project looking at advanced environmental testing of anti corrosive coatings mainly aimed at the aerospace industry.


Cathy Phillips, Product Stewardship Manager, Secretary, Materials Stewardship Board Rolls-Royce asks the following question:


So what do I have to do, if I want to keep using hex chrome?


Many important chemicals used in surface engineering pose risks to health, safety and the environment. The REACH Regulation will prevent the use of some essential chemicals like hexavalent chromium, unless your use and your customer’s application are covered by an authorisation. Risks to the worker and the environment have to be controlled rigorously for the authorisation to be valid. This talk is aimed at helping you understand what this means for you, how you can protect your business, and what steps you need to take to make sure you are covered by an authorisation by the sunset date in 2017.


12:10 – 12:40 24-7 Response Speaker - Richard Shreeve, Business Development Manager Emergency Response to Chemical Incidents


24-7 Response operates a specialist emergency telephone advice service to industry. We also provide Consultancy Services to help clients comply with the ever-changing regulations and deliver Chemical Safety and Regulatory Training Courses.


24-7 Response provides expert advice over the telephone, 24 hours a day, on how to handle emergency situations involving spillages and hazardous goods. The calls are answered directly by our team of highly experienced Incident Advisors, all of whom are chemists and qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors.


We can also draw on the expertise of our parent company OHES Environmental to attend incidents and we hold a nationwide database of accredited clean-up contractors who can be mobilised to handle the remediation.


12:50 – 13:20 Pyeroy Limited Speaker - Brendan Fitzsimons Corrosion Control Education online – Does it work


Is it possible to train and educate corrosion protection with the use of online training. Internet is now widely available for education and qualifications.


The presentation will look at a case study where the use of online training with innovative training techniques using animation and videos are used to train engineers and inspectors in the Protective coatings industry.


The benefits of on-line training will be reviewed along with the pit falls to being ‘self taught’.


The presentation will also review the costs of on-line and classroom training and review future possibilities. Please note:


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