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Co-sponsored Events

As a supporter of the events listed on this page, Safety and Reliability Society members can register at member/discounted rates. Please see the individual events for the member/discounted rates available for SaRS Members/CoSponsors/Supporters

If your organisation is interested in a co-sponsorship agreement for your event, please email us info@sars.org.uk


 

IMechE Events

Discount for Safety and Reliability Society members: select “supporting organisation” or contact us on eventenquiries@imeche.org and mention your SaRS membership to save on your place.

Crane Safety 2017
20 September 2017
One Birdcage Walk, London
www.imeche.org/cranesafety2017

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Crane Safety seminar returns for its second year to further explore the safe operation of cranes and the challenges of risk and incident reduction. This is a unique opportunity to learn industry best practice and understand how you can avoid legal and financial challenges for yourself and your company, with sessions led by HSE, SAFed, Bowmer and Kirkland, Heereema Marine Contractors, Keltbray and Liebherr.

Heat Recovery Steam Generator User Group 2017
21-22 November 2017
Nottingham Belfry Hotel
www.imeche.org/hrsg

Held every two years, the Heat Recovery Steam Generator User Group is a prime meeting place to share the latest technical insights, discuss and overcome engineering challenges and network with designers, OEMs and operators of heat recovery steam generators.

Join this user group and take back successful strategies that will enhance the operation and lifespan of your generator assets.

Delivering Onsite Nuclear Projects 2017

26-27 September 2017

Manchester

www.imeche.org/nuclearprojects2017

As one of 15 economies investing in nuclear energy, the UK is putting £37 billion into the development of nuclear new build. As new projects are undertaken, it is essential that the nuclear engineering community learns the lessons from existing sites and decommissioning programmes.

With this in mind, the Delivering Onsite Nuclear Projects conference will provide attendees with best practice and successful strategies to shape new projects while reducing time, risk and cost. Hear from the Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, who will provide guidance on current regulation and outline future plans for nuclear projects in the UK. Benefit from the opportunity to join those shaping the future of the nuclear industry across the UK and Europe.

 


The 12th International Conference on System Safety and Cyber Security
30 October – 1 November 2017. IET London: Savoy Place
Call for Contributions deadline: 15 May 2017

www.theiet.org/sscs

Are you working in safety critical systems, cyber security or a related field? This is your chance to take part in the largest conference for system safety specialists held in the UK; and the only conference where both safety and security engineers from around the world can meet and share ideas, new research and network.

For the first time, authors have a choice of submission formats:

Abstract and PowerPoint presentation. There’s no need to write a formal paper, and your presentation will be published in the IET Digital Library. Conference registration is free but subject to confirmation by the SSCS 2017 committee.

Abstract, PowerPoint presentation and full written paper. Your paper will additionally be published in IET Inspec and the conference proceedings. The best papers will be recommended to the IET Cyber-Physical Systems Journal. All papers will be peer-reviewed before acceptance. Conference registration is at the discounted presenting speaker rate.

Conference themes

Sessions at SSCS 2017 will focus on integrating safety and cyber security, implementing and adopting security approaches, system / software safety and will cover four over-arching themes:

  • Integrating safety and cyber security
  • Vulnerabilities, threats and solutions to cyber security in safety-critical systems
  • The human factors of cyber security and safety
  • Interactions between safety and cyber security systems

Visit www.theiet.org/sscs to find out more and submit your abstract online by 15 May 2017.


Electrical and Electronic Equipment and the Environment Conference – 1- 2 November 2017

Edif ERA’s world-class “Electrical and Electronic Equipment and the Environment Conference” takes place on 1-2 November 2017 at the Hilton London Heathrow Airport, Terminal 4. Our annual conference is a unique opportunity to be updated on all environmental regulatory matters pertaining to engineering products, from consumer electronics through to industrial, medical and defence equipment. Our invited speakers represent EU and UK policy makers, advocates, market surveillance bodies, industry leaders and technical experts. Relax and network in comfort whilst you are made aware of the latest developments. Find out more about our highly anticipated EEE Conference.

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