63rd Annual Safety in Ammonia Plants and Related Facilities Symposium

September 16-20, 2018

A century of ammonia synthesis technology - with an emphasis on continual progress in ammonia plant safety - is the theme of AIChE’s 63rd Annual Safety in Ammonia Plants and Related Facilities Symposium.

Experts from around the world will discuss the latest advances related to the safe production and use of ammonia, case studies, and lessons learned. 

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Organized by AIChE’s Ammonia Safety Committee, the annual symposium is dedicated to improving the safety of plants that manufacture ammonia and related chemicals, such as urea, nitric acid, ammonia nitrate, and methanol. More than 400 attendees - including plant safety personnel, plant managers, and process engineers representing a spectrum of industries - are expected to participate in the symposium, where they will share technological advances and discuss strategies for improving plant safety, maintenance, and management. Company leaders and practitioners will describe how their organizations avoid or manage potential plant accidents, and present solutions to a variety of safety engineering problems. Participants will also receive an overview of products available to improve safety measures.

2018 Symposium Keynote Speaker

The Keynote Speaker for the 63rd Annual Safety in Ammonia Plants and Related Facilities Symposium is Thomas Hager.

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Thomas Hager

Thomas Hager writes about the ways that science and technology affect our lives. As a strong advocate for better science communication, he has been an invited lecturer and visiting scholar at numerous universities, and has spoken to groups ranging from the American Association for the Advancement of Science to the Goddard Space Center, Fortune 500 corporate boards, medical gatherings, and school and civic organizations.Read more