Safety & Reliability Society Webinar recordings: Lessons learned from 10 years of using the Common Safety Method for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSMRA)
On the 28th April 2021 the Safety & Reliability Society (SaRS) presented a webinar on the lessons learned from 10 years of using the CSMRA. The webinar was delivered by Dragan Jovicic, Safety and Operations Unit Project Officer at the European Rail Agency, Ivan Lucic, Eastern Region Systems Engineer and Chair of Safety Review Panel, Infrastructure Projects at Network Rail and Pete Gracey, Head of Interoperability and Rail Vehicle Engineering at the ORR.
This was followed by a further extended Q&A/panel session on the 18th May 2021 which also included Carolyn Salmon, Assessment Body Lead, Ricardo Certification to provide the additional perspective from an Assessment Body (AsBo).
To view the recordings and slides from the webinars please click here.
- Lessons learned from 10 years of using the CSM for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSMRA) – public version
- 10 years of using the CSM for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSMRA) – extended Q&A/Panel session
Unfortunately owing to time constraints we were unable to answer all the questions asked during the webinar. In view of this our speakers have very kindly volunteered extra time to provide a very comprehensive set of answers to the questions that were raised. To view the answers please click here
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