Risk & Safety Forum 2024

Corporate Risk Associates (CRA), an industry leading consulting firm specialising in risk, safety, and human factors, is pleased and excited to announce that its 15th annual Risk and Safety Forum is scheduled to be held in Birmingham on the 25th and 26th of September 2024.


Like last year, the CRA Risk & Safety Forum 2024 is CPD (Continuous Professional Development) certified by The CPD Certification Service which means Attending CRA Forum 2024 means not only gaining valuable insights from industry leaders and experts but also earning CPD points that are crucial for maintaining and advancing your professional competence.


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The two-day event, which is a highlight of the industry calendar for risk and safety practitioners, will be held at the Grand Hotel, Birmingham. Delegates will benefit from a rich programme of training and networking opportunities attended by senior risk, safety, security, regulation, and human factors experts operating in the nuclear, transportation and other safety critical industries.

The theme of the 15th annual CRA Risk & Safety Forum is:


The recent unveiling of the Civil Nuclear Roadmap by the UK government marks a pivotal moment in the nation’s commitment to transform the nuclear industry to align with the ambitious target of producing up to 24GW of nuclear power by 2050. This comprehensive target will require a spectrum of innovations, ranging from new reactor designs, regulatory transformation, to recruitment strategies, supply chain enhancements, and innovations in the Risk and Safety field.

This year, the CRA Risk & Safety Forum, will focus on an innovative and resilient approach across all facets of Risk and Safety management, from the initial design phase to build, commission, operate, and decommission, while maintaining a steadfast commitment to sustainability throughout the entire process. Discussions around new designs and regulatory plans, recruitment and supply chain enhancements, integrating AI and emerging technologies, decommissioning and waste management etc. will be included in the programme. Finally, as previous Risk & Safety Forums, there will be a wide range of technically challenging Risk, Safety, and Human Factors presentations and an update on our CRA Academy.

**Detailed agenda & Speakers to be announced soon!**

Please contact us at forum@crarisk.com for any queries or further information.

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