Risk Forum 2018

CRA's 9th Annual Risk Forum, will bring together Risk Specialists working across a number of sectors to discuss: ‘My number, your number, our number’ – Managing expectations of all stakeholders.

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.

 

Register for the 2018 Risk Forum

* Free places available to students and retirees only

 

Speakers and topics


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

 

Speaker: Dr Claire Taylor

Topic: Looking between the numbers. To read more...

 

Speaker: Dr Clive Stainton, CyberQ Group

Topic: Cyber data and resilience: the good, the bad and the ugly.  To read more...

 

Speaker: Diletta Colette Invernizzi, Leeds University

Topic:  What makes a Nuclear Decommissioning Project Successful? (How benchmarking will help your company).  To read more...

 

Speaker: Joel Robinson, Office for Nuclear Regulation

Topic:  Perspective from the regulator: numbers - deterministic and probabilistic.  To read more...

 

Speakers: Jacqueline Bishop and Mike McCarthy, Sellafield Ltd

Topic: Integration of Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analysis and Operational Research (OR) modelling. To read more...

 

Speakers: Hugh Stephenson and  Bernat Cirera, CRA

Topic: Licensing small modular reactors, should we rely on numbers? To read more...

 

Speaker: Andy Buchan, Safety and Reliability Society

Topic: Numerical Methods – Are there Alternatives?  To read more...

 

Speaker: Barry Sloane, Jensen Hughes

Topic: Recent Developments in U.S. Risk-informed Applications.  To read more...

 

Speaker: Val Martell, Nuclear Risk Insurers

 

Topic: Real numbers in a complex market. To read more...

 

Speakers: James Amende and Andrew Wright, CRA

 

Topic: Preventing our number from becoming their number: risk assessment techniques for cyber security. To read more...

 

Reasons to attend the 2018 Risk Forum

 


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

 

Risk Forum Timings

To allow ample time for delegates to travel to the CRA Risk Forum, the welcome address will be at 11am on Wednesday 26 September.

Delegates will be able to register from 930am to enjoy coffee, networking and to view the poster session prior to the welcome address and formal start of proceedings. The day 1 talks will finish at 6pm. The pre-dinner drinks reception will commence at 730pm prior to the conference dinner at 8pm.

On Thursday 27 September, talks will commence at 9am and finish by 1pm. A farewell lunch will be served at 1pm.

 

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