8th July 2020

Webinar: Safety Leadership

Over the last few decades, the performance goals that organisations strive after have increased tremendously in number. To manage and […]

26th May 2020

Solent Branch AGM 26th May 2020

SaRS Solent Branch 17th Annual General Meeting Will be held on 26/05/2020 at 18:00 The 17th Annual General Meeting will […]

18th February 2020

Testing of One-Shot Devices

Challenges of high reliability, low volume, high value products By Carl Peacock, AWE 6:30pm, Tuesday 18th February 2020, at Atkins, […]

12th February 2020

30 years of SIL

Summary This event will look back at the 30 year history of SIL. The three speakers will explore the history […]

28th January 2020

Asset Management: what is it?

An overview of what Asset Management is and what it is not. In his role as Chair of the ISO […]

16th January 2020

Material Failure Investigation & Analysis

Andrew Piercy, Principal Engineer Failure Investigation and Consultancy Team, Intertek Production & Integrity Assurance, Manchester Technology Centre Andrew has more […]

5th December 2019

Lifting – Making an Engineering Case

Lifting – Making an Engineering Case Joanne Griffin,  BEng, MSc, FIMechE, CEng, MSc, BEng, MWES Safety in Engineering Centre of […]

29th October 2019

Cybersecurity – What’s The Threat? (Meeting and Webinar)

This SaRS London Branch event addresses cybersecurity, an area of increasing concern across industry. Is there a way to narrow the gap using established research, practices, skills, disciplines and ways of thinking? Our speakers are Scott Meadows (WSP), Richard Bye (Network Rail), Nigel Stanley (TÜV Rheinland).

22nd October 2019

The Importance Of Language in Safety & Reliability

Language is vital when discussing Safety and Reliability, with much effort being put into ensuring there is a mutual understanding of terms. Richard Denning talks to Western Branch in Bristol.

19th June 2019

How Safe is Safe Enough?

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”?

26th March 2019

Could Blockchain help optimise logistics?

Speaker: Rob Smithers AMIMechE, Engineer, Aerospace, Defence, Security and Technology, Atkins Rob will explore the potential of the new technology […]

19th March 2019

Safety in Space : A New Frontier?

Over the past decade, the number and variety of organisations launching into space has significantly increased. This will create new challenges in terms of risk assessment and appropriate health and safety regulation.

12th March 2019

Pipeline Risk and ALARP through Time

The talk follows the acceptability of the design of high pressure natural gas transmission pipelines through the separate developments of […]

19th February 2019

Cyber Security

Cyber Security by Simon Stevens (ZFConnekt)

30th January 2019

Safety in Numbers?

Using QRA and Well-Reasoned Arguments (WRA) in the formation of a safety / ALARP argument Colin Dennis – SaRS Past Chair […]

17th January 2019

Quantitative Risk Assessment in Railways

Peter Sheppard Technical Director, System Assurance WSP  Quantitative Risk Assessment in Railways – “Pick a Number, Any Number!” Book for […]

15th January 2019

Layers of Protection Analysis

Layers of Protection Analysis studies, LOPAs, are commonly used to decide on the suitability of the protection provided by safety […]