'Understanding opinion and considerations from experts in the field allowed me to understand how to use this best practise of ALARP in my business.'
With the application of ALARP varying greatly depending on technical and economic context, ALARP 2016: Risk Management for Engineering will bring together thought leaders across the engineering functions to discuss solutions in risk management.
With ALARP cases being examined by regulators for legal and regulatory purposes, understanding best practice and how to prove that ALARP has been properly implemented is key to delivering effective risk management. Sessions will allow for a comprehensive insight into how ALARP cases work in the operational field, whilst also addressing how to ensure return on investment and that the risk management remains proportionate.
This must-attend one-day seminar explores the various methods of implementing ALARP in different engineering contexts and how to demonstrate that it has been implemented correctly. Sectors covered include Rail, Oil and Gas, Power and Defence
KEY TOPICS INCLUDE:
- The consideration of ALARP in the design process of nuclear new builds
- Insights from the Office of Nuclear Regulation and the Health and Safety Executive on best practice in demonstrating ALARP has been applied correctly
- The implementation of ALARP at design stage in order to reduce risk in an operational rail system from HS2
- A perspective from a Senior Military Officer on maintaining ALARP in a defence engineering environment
ROUND TABLE SESSIONS:
- What is proportionate ALARP?
- Where does responsibility lie, within a project, for the application of ALARP?
- What are the leading factors which make ALARP difficult to implement?
- In what ways can we demonstrate that ALARP is being applied correctly?
NB: Places are based on a first-come first-served basis. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to state your interest.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Chief Reliability Engineer
Chief Safety Engineer
Operational Risk (OR) Engineer
Head of Reliability
Director of Technology
''The event has reinforced my view that ALARP is something best done by Engineers and not by Accountants and Lawyers.'
‘This event provided a real world look at the ALARP process, and how to put it into practice.’
‘The event gave me confidence that we are right to focus first and foremost on the use of expert engineering judgement and the systematic implementation of recognised good practice to control our risks.’