Effectively Managing the Case for Safety
There is a variation on what we consider to be a safety case, engineering safety and health and safety use the term but with very different approaches, what if we could align them?
The quality of the output from any undertaking in controlling risk will only ever be as valuable as the information input to it. Simply identifying a risk, and introducing some suitable control measure, is seldom enough. All control measures will have, to a greater or lesser extent, some flaw or failing.
Understanding how these flaws are associated with culture; operations; documentation; and administration, will allow an organization to develop better controls or, at the very least, be able to identify where potential failures in the controls might occur.
The webinar will include a discussion on:
- The potential alignment between engineering and health & safety
- Demonstrating the crisis points during organisational growth that can lead to safety failings
- Being aware of hidden flaws in evidence and arguments throughout a product’s lifecycle
To register for the webinar please click here.
The webinar will be presented by Dr Andy Painting. Andy is the director of Attis a company which provides principal designer services and support to a wide range of projects and infrastructure. Including provision of engineering and safety advice to a range of clients including government, local authority, and military organizations. This advice is inherently based on an understanding of how to implement engineering solutions that reflect best practice with cost efficiency, balanced always with the safety of the end user in mind. He is a Fellow of the Safety and Reliability Society and a Chartered Engineer. More information about Attis can be found at www.attis.org.uk
Wednesday, 3rd May 2023 at 12:30pm
Wednesday, 3rd May 2023 at 1:45pm