More than 200 technologies in the Technology Catalogue contribute to security
DELFT, THE NETHERLANDS— The Safety Delta Netherlands Technology Catalog, an initiative of Safety Delta Netherlands (SDN) in collaboration with TechnologyCatalogue.com, is celebrating its first anniversary this month with more than 200 registered safety technologies.
The SDN Technology Catalogue (https://safetydelta.technologycatalogue.com/) shows innovative technological products and solutions aimed at improving safety in the Dutch (petro)chemical industry.
“The Safety Delta Netherlands stands for finding, connecting and renewing in safety. For example, we share best practices in the field of (process) safety through our Knowledge Center. The SDN Technology Catalog is an important part of this. In this way, companies can continuously improve their security management systems and prevent security incidents,” says SDN program director Arjan van Dijk.
The SDN Technology Catalogue, developed by TechnologyCatalogue.com, highlights the following themes: (i) Safety Culture and Leadership, (ii) Risk Management and Assurance, (iii) Monitoring and Learning, (iv) Process Safety-Asset Integrity Management, and ( v) Health and personal safety.
“Easy access to available innovative technologies in the field of (process) safety enables the Dutch (petro)chemical industry to make their assets and work processes even safer,” added Arjan van Dijk.
Technologies relevant to asset management comprise the majority of solutions in the SDN Technology Catalogue: Corrosion Under Isolation Monitoring and Prediction System, Magnetic Robot Crawlers and Safety Culture Training Simulator are the most popular technologies of the past twelve months.
“Safety is and should always be the top priority of companies in any industry. And by having easier access to the best and latest safety technologies from around the world, the platform serves as a great innovation tool for the Dutch (petro)chemical industry,” said Erik Nijveld, co-founder and CEO of TechnologyCatalogue.com.
About Safety Delta Nederland
Safety Delta Netherlands is a partnership between the Dutch (petro)chemical industry and its chain partners, scientific institutions and the government.
We have the ambition to improve the safety performance of the Dutch (petro)chemical industry and to be joint number one in the field of safety performance by 2030 and as such to be internationally recognized as a leader in the development and implementation of safety concepts related to the management of hazardous substances.
This ambition is met through, among other things, access to knowledge about safety instruments, processes and culture, by connecting specialists and practitioners and by sharing knowledge about innovative safety concepts.
With the concept for the technology catalogue, knowledge is shared about the availability and application of technologies. All other information about Safety Delta Netherlands can be found on the SDN Website. On the SDN website, you will find information about security issues and solutions in the SDN Knowledge Center and SDN Innovation Center. The Knowledge Center provides access to, among other things, the Knowledge Base and the Technology Catalogue. Information about webinars, workshops and other events can also be found on the website. See also the SDN LinkedIn page.
Discover and deploy technological innovations to accelerate energy transition. That’s the objective of TechnologyCatalogue.com. With over 900 technologies and 100,000 unique users of the platform, TechnologyCatalogue.com supports the energy transition by providing a platform that bridges the gap between technology suppliers, end-users and experts, and facilitates technological innovations towards a more sustainable energy sector.
Aside from the global platform, TechnologyCatalogue.com also provides customised services for companies and industry organiSations, tailored according to their specific needs to get the technology deployed. The SDN Technology Platform is a key example.
We understand what it takes to get technology deployed, including all change management aspects related to new ways of working. Over the years, we have facilitated more than 1,000 technology deployments for global and regional companies resulting in >$1 billion of value added.