Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium

Beyond Regulatory Compliance, Making Safety Second Nature

In Association with IChemE


October 27-29, 2015

Hilton Conference Center
801 University Drive East
College Station, Texas

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Future Symposium Dates
October 25-27, 2016
October 24-26, 2017

2015 Submission Information

Abstracts

Due by March 27, 2015 in electronic format, for consideration.
Sample Abstract

Please email your file to: ascheinerman@tamu.edu

Keyword search on your manuscript will be required using the Process Safety Taxonomy Wiki site at: http://wikips.tamu.edu/ (Any concerns with the PS Wiki site should be directed to val-green@tamu.edu)


Manuscripts

Due by September 1, 2015 in electronic format, for inclusion in Symposium Proceedings.
Sample Paper

Please email your file to: ascheinerman@tamu.edu

Required manuscript format:

  • US Letter-sized paper
  • single-spaced text in 12 point Times Roman font
  • Do not put page numbers at the bottom of the page
  • submitted in MS Word
  • One-inch margins
  • No specific page limitations.

It is mandatory that you conduct a keyword search on your manuscript using the Process Safety Taxonomy Wiki site at: http://wikips.tamu.edu/(Any concerns with the PS Wiki site should be directed to val-green@tamu.edu)

Selected papers will be included in a special issue of The Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries


Posters

Due by September 1, 2015 in electronic format, for inclusion in Symposium Proceedings.

Please email your file to: ascheinerman@tamu.edu

Posters:

  • Should present a summary of your research.
  • Should be brought with you to the symposium.
  • Should fit within a 40 inch by 40 inch area.
  • Must be prepared in English.
  • Posters will be attached to display boards the first morning of the symposium.

PowerPoint Presentations

Due by September 18, 2015

Please email your file to: ascheinerman@tamu.edu

Attendees expect visuals of the presentations, to have something by which to remember your presentation. Suggestions:

  • PowerPoint® presentations, of course, should be non-commercial.
  • Slides projected from computer:
    • Maximum: 7 lines plus title
    • Optimum: 3-5 lines and 35-50 words
    • Minimum font size of 36 pt