In less than 100 days, hundreds of health, safety, and environmental professionals will gather at the JW Marriott Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, Texas for three days of cutting-edge breakout presentations, expert-led training courses, incredible evening events, and valuable networking opportunities you won’t find anywhere else.
Register now to join hundreds of environmental professionals as we gather at the 4C Conference to learn about emerging technologies, policy changes, compliance strategies, best practices, and walk away with real-world advice and practical takeaways.
Full conference registration is offered to industry end-users for $1,495 and $2,450 for non-industry members (vendors, OEMs, consultants). Full conference registration includes access to all breakout presentations, training classes, conference meals, and evening events.
Attend over 60 breakout presentations covering the latest technologies, regulatory drivers, policy changes, and HSE best practices. Just a few of the presentations scheduled include:
The Regulation of Oil & Gas Activities Under the Trump Administration
Environmental, Health & Safety Driving Grab Sampling Culture
Benzene Fenceline Monitoring; Regulation Updates & Lessons Learned for Ongoing Compliance
April 4th and 5th:
Attend training classes hosted by experts on topics like LDAR, Flares, Flare Instrumentation, BWON and many other HSE topics. A few featured classes include:
LDAR Excellence – A 2.5-day intense dive into best practices, continuous improvement and new-generation technology for all things Leak Detection and Repair / Fugitive Emissions. This workshop will feature discussion on LDAR program revalidation, as well as technology, tools and work practices to help elevate your LDAR program to excellence with cost-effective and efficient opportunities for improvement.
Refinery Sector Rule Focused Compliance – Since the February 1, 2016 promulgation date, refineries have been scrambling to meet compliance deadlines in the revised MACT Subparts CC and UUU regulations, collectively known as the Refinery Sector Rule (RSR). This workshop begins by providing an overview of the regulatory requirements and compliance deadlines of affected sources including storage vessels, process vents, fenceline monitoring, flares, catalytic cracking units, and other refinery process units (e.g., sulfur recovery units, reformers, and cokers). The remainder of the workshop will provide a more detailed and focused look at specific compliance elements for each affected source. The workshop will explore possible methods for identifying flare events, vent gas monitoring options and development of written plans for refinery flares. Establishing fenceline monitoring programs and managing data will also be covered. This workshop will also look at managing process vents and pressure relief device programs under the RSR. We will present shared learnings from development of RSR compliance programs when possible to assist refineries in achieving future compliance.
Advanced Stack Testing – This training session will focus on advanced stack testing and analytical techniques and provide insight into quantifying low-level emissions and options for real time or onsite analytical techniques. In addition, this training will provide a deeper dive into quantifying test method bias and uncertainty and include case studies from previously conducted testing.
Now is your chance to become part of one of the most diverse and fastest growing HSE consortiums in the world.
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