The full list of the webinars currently available to SaRS members in the webinar archive is presented below, with the most recent webinars shown first.

The Technical Learning Series are shown with bold headings.

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101. Pressure Relief: Seven Deadly Sins – Steven King

**100**. London Branch – Safety Culture – A Case Study in Establishing a Reporting Culture in a Major Theme Park – Jonathan Ellis

99. Diving in a Nuclear Pond – Development of the Safety Case – Oliver Horton

98. London Branch – Early Careers Professionals Presentation Event – Ricky Campion, Gareth Davies and Alexandra Hurst

97. Midlands Branch – Modelling dependencies in complex systems: The Dynamic and Dependent Tree Theory (D2T2) – Dr. Silvia Tolo

96. Creating meaningful actions in risk assessments – Louise Whiting

95. Reliability Validation in Product Development at Jaguar Land Rover. Andrew Brown


94. Lesson from a HAZOP Facilitator – Louise Whiting – including the recording of the Q&A associated with second run of this presentation on 14th May 2024

93. Blending Artificial Intelligence developments into Safety Management Systems: A bridge to Adversarial AI? – Professor Weisi Guo and Dr Emma Taylor

92. Improving Spares Inventory Management – Optimisation for Multiple Maintenance Regimes – Philip Xenakis

91. Human Failures – What are they and how can we minimise the associated risk? – Derek Porter – including the recording of the Q&A associated with second run of this presentation on 9th January 2024

90. London Branch – Drone utilisation in engineering, construction and beyond – Reg Rudd and James Catmur

89. London Branch – Training and Risk: Effective control or tick-box exercise? – Huw Gibson, Jack Brooke, Priya Shah, Reg Rudd and Andy Brown 

88. Effectively Managing the Case for Safety – Dr. Andy Painting

87. London Branch – At the Limit? Using operational data to estimate train driver human reliability – Chris Harrison and Xiaocheng Ge,

86. Offshore safety – David Jamieson and Eugene Yasinskiy:

85. Midlands Branch – Development of Risk Assessment Methodologies for Gas Distribution Systems Containing Hydrogen, both to and within homes and other Buildings – Dr. Andrew Phillips

84. Reliability Validation for Electrified Powertrains – Andrew Brown

83. Midlands Branch – Ammonia as a future clean energy fuel: knowledge gaps and ongoing risk studies – Simon Gant

82. London Branch – Early Career Professionals Presentation Event – Jack Crossfield, Noodhir Sobun and Sean Pick


81. Midlands Branch – “It’s a Risky Business”? (Qualitative, quantitative or just a wet finger!) – Peter Sheppard

80. London Branch – The Ethics of Risk Intensity Transfer – James Catmur, Ali Chegini, Emma Conway and Richard Hillman

79. London Branch – ‘Vision Zero’ for Road Safety – Axel Kappeler, Kate Carpenter, James Catmur and Tom Curson

78. Railway Safety in a Period of Change – George Bearfield

77. London Branch – The safety of low carbon hydrogen and its applications – Dr. Gianluca Carigi, Hassan Al Halwachi and Ed Macfarlane

76. Asia-Pacific Branch – Digital Maintenance for Rolling Stock:

75. Midlands Branch – Current challenges and future solutions for systems safety analysis – Dr Silvia Tolo

74. Asia-Pacific Branch – Dependent Failures – Dr. Phil Cook

73. London Branch – Safety of offshore wind power generation – Kate Harvey, Rob Alexander and David White

72. Asia-Pacific Branch – Balancing Risk and Cost – do the Old Rules of SFAIRP Still Apply in 2022? – Steve Bickley, Abbott Risk Consulting

71. Solent Branch – Designing a mandated, proactive, reliability process customised to the railway infrastructure in Britain – Kevin Rayment, Network Rail


70. Midlands Branch – Incident to Improvement – Peter Sheppard

69. London Branch – A ‘Chadwick’ to solve today’s building miasma (are your buildings COVID safe?) – Paul Waldeck and James Wright

68. London Branch – Identifying, Recording and Investigating a Digital Incident – Brian Tomlinson, Simon French and Emma Taylor

67. The 3 layers of defence – The case for systematic barrier assurance – Harry Moss

66. London Branch – Early Career Professionals Presentation Event – Sophie Brown, Nic Bowler and Hamzah Hussain

65. Asia-Pacific Branch – Rail Tunnel Safety – Dr Fathi Tarada

64. Solent Branch – Asset Management – John Skelton

63. Asia-Pacific Branch – Safety leadership through the application of system assurance – Nelson Ng

62. Carpe Data: the impact of digitalisation on risk assessment and insurance – co-hosted with the IRM – Clive Thompson and Mark Boult

61. Living Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Risk Visualisation – Hugh Stephenson and Marinos Panayiotou

60. Midlands Branch – The Nimrod Independent Review, 12 years on. What did we learn? – John Campbell

59. London Branch – Value of Safety Culture: Panel Discussion – Professor Patrick Hudson, Diane Chadwick-Jones and Hesam Mehrabi Mahani 

56 to 58. Lessons learned from 10 years of using the CSMRA:


49. London Branch – Road Tunnel Safety – Dr Fathi Tarada

48. Solent Branch – Improving safety at UK station platforms for disabled people – an accident investigation by the RAIB – Alex Mason

47. Fukushima: A Decade on – Dr Mike Weightman CB, Dr Marie-Laure Hicks and Mark Salisbury

46. London Branch – Innocent Bystanders? Taking human activities into account in QRA – David Stephens

45. Asia-Pacific Branch Webinar – Fundamentals of Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Verification – Jaspreet Chana

44. London Branch – Forecasting Reliability Through Life – Paula Pritchard and Dr Matthew Stapleton

43. Solent Branch – Testability: Requirements, Assurance, Benefits and Considerations for Autonomous Platforms – Alan Bennett



39. Digital safety and cyber security – a time for questions – Dr Emma Taylor, Betty Helienek, Dr Fan Ye and Hayden Tomlins

38. Midlands Branch – Explosions: A historical perspective of research at DNV-GL Spadeadam and a look to the future – Mike Johnson

37. Solent Branch – Sustainability in Space? – Could Safety Cases help? – Dr Emma Taylor

36. London Branch – Smart Motorways – Max Brown, Peter Whitfield and James Catmur

35. Midlands Branch Flammable Mists Hazards involving High Flashpoint Liquids – Dr Simon Gant

34. London Branch Safety-II and the Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) – Dr Laura Pickup, Dr Mark Sujan and Dr Riccardo Patriarca

33. London Branch Safety, Security and Sustainability in Space – Mythbusters and Managing Risks – Ralph Dinz Dinsley, Christopher Newman and Emma Taylor

32. Putting the fun into safety – managing the many dimensions of safety in a theme park complex environment – Jonathan Ellis

31. Solent Branch Insights into the new MOD guidance on In-service Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) – Nat King and Alan Bennett

30. London Branch Early Career Professionals Presentation Event – Gilad Amzaleg, Esme Fowler and Raunak Kabra


26. Human Factors and Asset Management – Nicola Fairburn

25. Safety Leadership – Robert de Boer

24. Fundamentals of Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Verification – Jaspreet Chana

23. Incident Investigation – Key Insights for High Hazard Industries – Roger Stokes and Robert Magraw

22. Delivering Safety and Reliability through Industry Collaboration – Fotis Zapantis and Giulia Lorenzini – SaRS/YRP

21. London Branch Bowties and their use in different industries – Mark Boult and Hamid Kareshki

20. Risk Culture In Commercial Air Transport – Cengiz Turkoglu


13. London Branch 30 Years of SIL – Ron Bell, James Catmur and Jas Singh

12. ‘Hidden’ Hazards of Materials – Alec Bounds


11. Taking Safe Decisions—A Rail Perspective – Mike Castles

10. Automotive Intelligent Speed Adaptation – Will It Be Friend Or Foe? – Prof Oliver Carston and Simon Wickenden

9. Cybersecurity – What’s the Threat? – Nigel Stanley, Richard Bye and Scott Meadows

8. Functional Safety: Proof Testing – What’s It All About?  – David Green

7. Risk Acceptance in Critical Sectors: A Wicked Problem – George Bearfield

6. How Safe Is Safe Enough? – Ron Bell OBE

5. Are Risk Matrices Hazardous? David Gleave, Keith Miller and Steven Hughes

4. Understanding the Safety Of Healthcare – Dr Mark Sujan, Dr Dominic Furniss and Dr Chris Vincent

3. Is There Really Safety in Numbers? – Keith Miller, Colin Dennis, James Catmur

2. Producing A Legally Sound Demonstration of ALARP – Keith Miller

1. Appropriate Conservatism in Safety Cases – Alec Bounds

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