About us - PM Group
As a UK wide provider of process safety services, PM Group will be actively involved in Hazards 32. This year we are a sponsor, speaker and exhibitor at this important process safety and hazard management event.
At PM Group, we bring wide-ranging knowledge and indepth experience to support our clients with their process safety challenges and to help ensure compliance. With a team of over 100 process safety experts, we deliver technical expertise and compliance support on complex projects for both new and existing facilities.
Our process safety services include:
Located across our office network, our specialists are fully qualified process safety consultants with significant project experience.
Meet PM Group senior process safety specialists Pat Swords, Brenda Madden, Seona Turner and Martin Conduit at Hazards 32. Our team will be at Booth 3 in the exhibition area.
Contact our UK process safety team
These are just some process safety client examples in the UK:
Livent's Wirral site specialises in manufacturing various grades of alky-lithium’s. We have provided ongoing services to support the site’s rigorous process hazard analysis requirements. This includes existing plant operations, new product introductions and implementation of plant changes.
Inburex UK Ltd are specialists in industrial plant safety across a range of sectors, including speciality chemical, food processing and engineering polymers. We provide the company with a range of consultancy services related to ATEX/DSEAR assessment and compliance, supporting manufacturers in relation to managing potential explosion risks at their facilities.
This client is an international leader in its core market sector. The company operates multiple top-tier COMAH sites in the UK. Its largest facility is in the north of England. PM Group has provided long-term support to this client, including pressure relief design.
Hazards 32 takes place from 18th to 20th October 2022 at Harrogate Convention Centre. The event brings the major hazards community together to help advance the understanding and application of managing major hazards.