European Process Safety Centre (EPSC)
1992, by D-XD0725 - European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE). Previously also referred to in French and German as Centre européen de sécurité des procédés -- Europäisches Zentrum für Anlagensicherheit. Registered in accordance with the law of England and Wales.
Provide objective information on process safety matters; encourage development and use of best practice to prevent process incidents associated with processing and storing of hazardous materials and to mitigate the consequences of any such event; serve as an independent technical focus for process safety in Europe; advise on specific issues of general industry concern; provide a single source of technical and scientific background information in connection with European safety legislation.
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