Event Reports

 

Summer 2017: Advancing technology – the good, the bad and the need to manage the hazards


Spring 2017: Design Safety – The Inherently Safer Way

Winter 2016: The Nuclear Legacy: Progress with Hazard Reduction at Chernobyl & Fukushima and Regulation of the Legacy in the UK

Spring 2014: Achieving a Good Safety Culture
Newsletter 82

September 2013: The Crossrail Major Infrastructure Project – High-End Risk Management at Work
Newsletter 81


June 2013: Risk Proportionality – Measuring ‘True’ Risk
Newsletter 80


March 2013: Education, Social Media and the Internet: Inspiring Risk Understanding in the Y Generation
Newsletter 79


November 2012: Risk Communication – The Future
Newsletter 78


September 2012: Risk Communication – Industrial Perspectives
Newsletter 77


June 2012: Improving our Understanding of Public Concerns about Risk
Newsletter 76


March 2012: A Resilient Transport Infrastructure for a World Event: From Planning to Implementation – the 2012 Games
Newsletter 75


November 2011: Engineering a Low Carbon Future – Risks and Rewards
Newsletter 74


September 2011: Keeping the Country Running: Implementing Government’s Initiatives for Infrastructure Resilience
Newsletter 73


June 2011: Keeping the Country Running: Government’s Approach to Infrastructure Resilience
Newsletter 72


March 2011: Existing Infrastructure – Strategies for Managing Flood Risk
Newsletter 71


November 2010: Aging Energy Infrastructure – Strategies for Managing the Risk
Newsletter 70


September 2010: Avoiding Catastrophe – Driving Competence at the Top
Newsletter 69


June 2010: Avoiding Catastrophes – Are We Competent?
Newsletter 68


March 2010: Safe Operation of Decarbonised Fuel Schemes
Newsletter 67


November 2009: New Nuclear Build – Achieving High Standards of Safety Performance
Newsletter 66


September 2009: Risks Associated with Alternative Fuels
Newsletter 65


June 2009: How Ergonomics Improves Patient Safety
Newsletter 64


March 2009: Safety When Road Meets Rail: Trams, Trains and Level Crossings
Newsletter 63


January 2009: Interpretation and Enforcement of Health and Safety Legislation – Have We Got It Right?
Newsletter 62


June 2008: Improving the Resilience of Infrastructure to Climate Change: Lessons from Summer 2007 Floods
Newsletter 61


March 2008: Risk in the Leisure Industry
Newsletter 60


June 2007: Sharing Lessons Learned from Accidents – A ‘Just Culture’ Approach
Newsletter 58


November 2006: Design and Risk, Design Decision-making under Uncertainty during the early stages of Design
Newsletter 56


September 2006: Risk Management of Critical Computer-Based Systems
Newsletter 55


March 2006: Coastal Flood Risk – Does the New Orleans Catastrophe Hold Lessons for London?
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December 2005: Designing for Risk Reduction in Construction, Operation and Maintenance
Standalone document


September 2005: Can Risk Be Quantified
Standalone document


June 2005: Managing the Restoration of Infrastructure and Services – Iraq and Boscastle
Standalone document


March 2005: Achieving a Good Safety Culture – ‘The People Dimension’ in Health, Safety and Environmental Performance
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March 2004: Crowd Control and Crowd Safety
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March 2003: Setting Safety Criteria
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December 2002: Climate Change and the Private Sector – Managing the Business Risk
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