The Webinar Working Group are pleased to announce our new webinar programme with details of our first 3 events scheduled for May and June 2019. We wanted to make sure you are aware of this exciting programme and I hope that you will register and get involved. They are open to all members and non-members. Please forward to anyone you know who might be interested.

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EVENING WEBINAR 1: 22nd May 2019 at 17:45 (for an 18:00 start). Healthcare: Understanding the Safety of Current Systems and Future Technology.

Where’s the evidence? Understanding safety of current systems and future technologies in healthcare.

This is a live event that will also be broadcast as a webinar please register for the webinar here:

The webinar including the Q&A will last around 1 ½ hours. More details are available here

EVENING WEBINAR 2: 4th June 2019 at 17:45 (for an 18:00 start). Are Risk Matrices Hazardous?

The use of risk matrices for safety decision making is common place. But how well are  they used? Are they actually suitable for purpose? Do we really understand the technical, psychological, legal and political implications and whether the results add value, or could be potentially hazardous in themselves?

This is a live event that will also be broadcast as a webinar please register for the webinar here:

The webinar including the Q&A will last around 1 ½ hours. More details are available here

LUNCHTIME WEBINAR 3: 19TH June 2019 at 13:00. How safe is safe enough? Presented by Ron Bell OBE BSc (Hons.) CEng FIET

The presentation will set out the key elements that form the foundation for determining what is deemed “safe” in the context of Safety Critical Systems to judge “How Safe is Safe Enough”? The term “safety critical systems” refers to those systems that are intended to achieve, together with the other risk reduction measures, the necessary risk reduction to meet the required tolerable risk.

Please register for the webinar here:

The webinar including the Q&A will last around 1 hour. More details are available here

If you would like to present a webinar as part of our developing programme please contact me via email at webinar@sars.org.uk