Why Use Us!

Safepark is based on the belief, that process safety is the art of working properly. Working properly means taking a scientific approach to solving your heatlh, safety and environmental (HSE) challenges. Art is finding a common sense basis in your company culture to achieve the ultimate goal of process safety: That everyone are certain to return to loved onces at the end of a workday.

Our Experience Shows!

Our involvement with process safety started with a major Canadian integrated oil company, where attitude to a safe work environment was tested already during the challenges presented to candidates during the first job interview. The attitude towards process safety was further targeted during involvement with laboratory safety in heavily experimental chemical engineering department.
We have extensive experience in introducing people to the Dow Chemical Exposure Index and the Dow Fire & Explosion Index. One day courses in either of these have been given many times.
For self-study we recommend the AIChE publications, whose fronts are shown here.

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  • edgemo summit DILEMMA just west of Copenhagen yesterday edgemo is a Danish IT-consulting house focused on the delivery of IT-hardware to municipalities, public service institutions and smaller enterprises. They were founded in Hinnerup in Jutland, but ...
    Posted May 22, 2015, 10:01 AM by Niels Jensen
  • Cisco Connect 2015 at Bella Center in Copenhagen This year was our third participation in the annual Cisco Connect gathering at the Bella Center in Copenhagen. This year the usual line-up at registration was completely absent. This ...
    Posted May 10, 2015, 11:33 AM by Niels Jensen
  • Computerworld Summit at SAS Radisson Scandinavia in Copenhagen This years Computerworld Summit in Copenhagen started with a fantastic keynote on the Future of Mobility by entrepreneur Dietmar Dahmen, in which he among other things presented me with the ...
    Posted Apr 16, 2015, 12:08 AM by Niels Jensen
  • openSUSE 13.2 Out-of-space-on-root If you run out-of-space on root with openSUSE 13.2, then your system will boot, but X will not start. So your graphical desktop will not appear. This ...
    Posted Apr 9, 2015, 8:31 AM by Niels Jensen
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