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Safety and Reliability Society Journal

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The Safety and Reliability Journal is now published by Taylor & Francis. The Journal is now indexed on Thomson Reuters databases and available in print and online.

tfo_logoSafety and Reliability is published four times a year (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) and publishes peer reviewed papers from academia and industry on the subject of safety and reliability and related fields as follow;

Safety and Reliability  will be of interest to all practitioners and researchers in safety and reliability related fields. The journal covers, but is not restricted to the following methodological areas:

  • Reliability analysis,  assessment, prediction, testing, modelling and techniques
  • Safety analysis, assessment, prediction, testing, modelling and techniques
  • Risk analysis assessment, prediction, testing, modelling and techniques
  • Reliability, risk and safety management
  • Reliability, risk and safety methodology
  • Safety culture
  • Human factors and errors
  • Industry case studies

To submit a paper or article, or for manuscript formatting and style, please follow the link below:

Submitting a paper or article

The submission portal is now open, you are able to submit papers for review and possible publication.

Publishing in the Safety and Reliability Journal from Jacqueline Christodoulou MBE

Safety and Reliability journal is published in hard copy and online and is indexed in the following databases:

Current indexing:
Ulrichs
CrossRef
CLOCKSS
Google Scholar
Microsoft Academic
Portico

Applications in progress:
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)
Scopus
Ei Compendex (Engineering Village)
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) – Inspec

Safety and Reliability journal is published by Taylor & Francis commencing issue 36.1 and can be accessed here:

Online portal to the Safety and Reliability Journal

Members of the Society may access to the online Journal via the members Area, and will also receive a hard copy by post. Non-members can find details of how to subscribe.

To submit a paper or article, or for manuscript formatting and style, please follow the link below:

Submitting a paper or article

The submission portal is now open, you are able to submit papers for review and possible publication.

If you are interested in producing a guest edited journal in the future please contact Nicola Stacey for more information. We welcome academic and industry papers within the scope of the journal.

Please telephone (0161 393 8411) for more information.

Editorial Board

Alec Bounds (Editor-in-Chief), Arcadis, Cumbria

Alec Bounds is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. His main area of expertise is in nuclear safety, having worked at Sellafield for 26 years. Since 2011, Alec has worked for Arcadis, and is now an Associate Technical Director. Alec said ‘The Safety and Reliability Journal is the place to share experience and developments in safety and risk technologies. Being a published author in a peer-reviewed journal is a definite positive to include in your CV‘. If you would like to share an idea for a Journal paper, please contact him first at alec.bounds@arcadis.com.

Nicola Stacey, HSE, Buxton (Special Issues)

Nicola Stacey, principal futurist in the UK Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) Foresight Centre and HSE’s professional lead for cross cutting science, is Special Editions’ Editor of the Safety and Reliability Journal published by Taylor & Francis. The journal accepts technical and academic papers and articles concerned with risk, reliability and safety. In 2018 the Journal will publish individual papers and special themed issues. Nicola Stacey said, ‘Special issues are a great for exploring a dedicated topic in more detail and from a wide range of different perspectives and industry view-points. There is a very helpful team who can support guest editors every step of the way from concept, through peer review to publication’.  If you have an idea for a special issue that you would like to discuss with Nicola please email nicola.stacey@sars.org.uk.

Richard Denning, MOD

Richard Denning, reliability expert with over 25 years year of working on cutting edge reliability problems, specialising in getting the system requirements correct, ensuring that risks to delivery are understood and mitigated, so that the user gets systems which meets their needs, joins the Safety and Reliability Journal’s editorial board as Associate Editor. The Safety and Reliability Journal is published by Taylor & Francis and publishes technical and academic papers and articles concerned with risk, reliability and safety. In 2018 the Journal will publish individual papers and special themed editions. Richard Denning said, “The benefit of the journal is that it is allowing practitioners to understand best practice from other industries (and their peers)  and apply it to their own resulting in optimised reliability and safer systems. I look forward to working with the editorial team to deliver journals which people want to read and learn from.

Chris Harrison

Chris Harrison, currently a Principal Risk Analyst at RSSB, with over 17 years’ experience in carrying out risk modelling and risk assessment for the rail and aviation sectors, joins the Safety and Reliability Journal’s editorial board as an Associate Editor. Chris Harrison said, “The SaRS journal is all about sharing knowledge and enabling others to appreciate the work that safety practitioners from a wide variety of industries has undertaken.  This supports the aims of SaRS in promoting safety and reliability learning and I’m very much looking forward to working with the editorial team to deliver these objectives and helping to publish engaging and informative papers.”

Jacqueline Christodoulou, SaRS