SaRS is running a webinar programme where anyone can watch the webinar’s live as they happen. After the webinar we are archiving to our Member Area.

If you would like to watch any of our recorded webinars you can either apply for full membership or join as an Associate with online access only.

The webinars are listed here – including a series on The Basics of Risk Management by Louise Whiting:

1. Appropriate Conservatism in Safety Cases – Alec Bounds

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

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

4. Understanding the Safety Of Healthcare – Dr Mark Sujan

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

6. How Safe Is Safe Enough? Ron Bell OBE

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

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

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

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

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

12. ‘Hidden’ Hazards of Materials – Alec Bounds

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

14. Risk Culture In Commercial Air Transport – Cengiz Turkoglu

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

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

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

18. Safety Leadership – Robert de Boer

19. Human Factors and Asset Management – Nicola Fairburn

20(i). Learning Cyber Security and its Application to Safety Critical Systems – 1. History and basic principles – Alzbeta Helienek

20(ii). Learning Cyber Security and its Application to Safety Critical Systems – 2. Today’s threats and solutions – Alzbeta Helienek

20(iii). Learning Cyber Security and its Application to Safety Critical Systems – 3. Future challenges and preparing the response – Alzbeta Helienek

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

31. FRACAS – A Practical Guide to Failure Management – Part 1. FRACAS Process overview/what makes a good process – Dr Joanne Lewis

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

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

Basics of Risk Management Series – Louise Whiting

1. Basics of Risk Management 1. Safety Life Cycle

2. Basics of Risk Management 2. Overpressure Protection

3. Basics of Risk Management 3. Overfill Protection

4. Basics of Risk Management 4. Managing Intervention Activities

5. Basics of Risk Management 5. People Placement

6. Basics of Risk Management 6. Managing Events post loss of Containment

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