CRA's Annual Risk Forum 'Next Generation Risk Analysis'

4 – 5 October 2017 (Wed 9:30am – Thu 2:30pm)
De Vere Hotel, Cotswold Water Park, South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7 5FP, United Kingdom
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CRA's 8th Annual Risk Forum, will bring together Risk Specialists working across a number of sectors to discuss Next Generation Risk Analysis’.

This unique event is organised for Risk / Safety / Human Factors Professionals and is heavily subsidised by CRA.  The Risk Forum provides a platform for knowledge transfer, exchange of best practice and networking amongst peers. 

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Speakers & Sessions

The speaker list becomes more and more impressive each year and provides increasing opportunities for delegates’ professional development.  This year we have speakers from a wide range of mission critical industries including:

Session Speaker
Initiators and All Barriers: a dynamic method for all PSAs Anders Olsson, Principal Consultant, Lloyd's Register
Computational Risk Assessment Dr Curtis Smith, Directorate Fellow in the Risk Assessment and Management Services Department, Idaho National Laboratory
Finding a Unified Approach to Safety and CyberSecurity: An Evolving Challenge Dr Emma A Taylor, Lead System Safety Engineer, RSSB (Railway Safety and Standards Board)
New challenges and opportunities for Model-Based Risk Analyses Professor Antoine Rauzy, Computer Science, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Trondheim
Human Reliability Assessment (HRA) – The Future. A View from Both Sides of the Pond. Dr Ron Boring, Idaho National Laboratory and Dr Les Ainsworth, CRA Synergy
An alternative approach to including uncertainties in Seismic PSA

Lavinia Raganelli, CRA and Imperial College and Keith Ardron, Consultant & Senior Research Fellow at Imperial College

Advances in aviation safety culture practices Barry Kirwan PhD, Eurocontrol
Development of New PSA Tools Mohamed Hibti PhD, EDF France
Risk Monitoring: Past, Present & Future at Heysham 2 and Torness Jonas Englund, EDF Energy Generation (UK) – Design Authority
The human element in development and operation of technical infrastructure systems Tom Willcock, Auster Aviation and
Clare Borras, CRA
Scanning a Seascape Today and Tomorrow Allan Bain, CEng FRINA
Using the PSA to develop a safety case for degraded electrical phase faults. Becky Mogridge and Rhys Kearney – EDF Energy AGR PSA SQEPs
Are we there yet? Reflections on Three Decades in Risk Assessment Andrew Buchan: President of The Safety and Reliability Society
The Emerging Risks of Ignoring Gender Diversity Rosie Anderson and Claire Farrow – Outsource UK: Inspiring Women in Tech

Reasons to attend:

  1. Gain knowledge and information on the latest techniques and developments
  2. Gain cross-industry perspective
  3. Keep up-to-date with latest industry practices
  4. Contribute to the voice for quantified risk analysis
  5. Aid your CPD

Thank you for hosting such an interesting conference. The topic, ‘To Automate, or not to Automate' is pertinent to so many industries. The quality of the speakers was excellent, and the content very thought provoking. 

Tom Willcock, Auster Consulting Services - Attendee at CRA 2016 Risk Forum

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