18th Annual Global Software Users Group Meeting

Save the date for our complimentary* two-day live, virtual conference on process safety happening January 27-28, 2025. Engage, share and connect with our developers, founders, and guest speakers. Knowledge gained has real-life application and relevant to today’s changing environment.

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Learn from Experts

Learn from Experts

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January 29-30, 2024


*This is a free virtual event for software license holders. All information regarding the 19th Annual Global Software Users Group Meeting is subject to change without notice. Restrictions may apply.

Presentation From Last Year

Navigating Battery Safety Challenges in Thermal Runaway Scenarios

James Close, Consultant at ioMosaic

Watch this 26 minute video to learn about the consequences of thermal runaway and the thermal instability of lithium-ion batteries. Lessons learned from several battery incidents are included, along with risk mitigation methods to help you prevent an incident.

Check Out the Previous Event Agenda

Previous Keynote Speakers

Trish Kerin, Director, IChemE


Trish Kerin
Director, IChemE

Rick Engler


Rick Engler, CSP
Board Member, U.S. Chemical Safety Board

Mark R. Briggs


Mark R. Briggs, CSP
OSHA Area Director for Houston South

Vanessa Allen Shepherd


Vanessa Sutherland
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board


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Why Attend

2021 Users Group Meeting

2 Days of Insight

Our developers and founders will be cutting through the clutter to give you what you need for operational excellence. You'll get live, virtual software and product demos and find out about future developments, too.
2021 Users Group Meeting

Who Should Attend

Official license software users, process industry, and IT professionals responsible for performing all aspects of process safety management (PSM) functions; including emergency relief system design, consequence and risk assessments, process hazard analysis and much more.



Highlights from Previous Years

User Group 2018
User Group 2018
User Group 2018
User Group 2018