EPSC members and staff participating in meetings, working groups or other activities organised by ESPC understand that the sole purpose of these activities is the exchange of process safety related information in the interest of improving process safety in the industry. Under no circumstances will sensitive information related to other areas of business be shared or discussed either formally or informally among members and/or staff. Meetings will have an agenda and minutes to demonstrate this.
To facilitate technical information exchange, members may indicate which proprietary materials shared or discussed during meetings may be made available to the membership. Recording of meetings is not allowed without the permission of the presenting member.
Should any member suspect or witness anti-competitive information exchange, they are requested to inform the chairman of the EPSC board or the chairman of the meeting concerned.
By joining the EPSC meeting, participants agree to adhere to EPSC’s compliance and anti-trust policy.
The EPSC Learning Sheet is meant to stimulate discussion on important process safety topics at operational sites and to improve competency & awareness in a pleasant format. The latest topic is: Chloride Stress Cracking.