The Safety & Reliability Society (SaRS) webinar programme is brought to you by the SaRS Webinar Working Group (WWG) with the objectives of: Providing high quality cross industry learning on interesting safety and reliability (S&R) topics, Promoting the message of a safer and more reliable world, Encouraging greater participation in the development of S&R across all industries, Providing presenting, career development and CPD opportunities to individual S&R practitioners, Broadening the reach of SaRS and encouraging more S&R professionals to get involved with the Society, Helping to meet the charitable aims of the Society

As with all SaRS groups the WWG consists enthusiastic S&R professionals who volunteer their time to help promote S&R across all industries. The members of WWG are: Angela Ku – Jacobs, Simon Burwood – Engineering Safety Consultants Ltd., Jibril Okin – Process/Technical Safety Engineering Consultant, Colin Dennis (Chair) – SaRS, Louise Whiting – Barberton Ltd and Eileen Banks – Ultra CSS, Harry Moss – formerly with BP

Scroll down for details of all the upcoming webinars – all SaRS webinars are free and open to members and non-members

Our webinar programme is partly funded by ESRA (European Safety and Reliability Association)

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SaRS webinars are free and open to both SaRS members and non-members.

1. Basics of Functional Safety – a 5 part series

Register for the remaining three webinars below.

SaRS is delighted to be bringing you another series of Technical Learning webinars this time on the Basics of Functional Safety. This will be a five part series giving an overview on the various aspects of Functional Safety and compliance with international standards and responds directly to topics requested from the previous webinar feedback forms. The series will be presented by experts from Engineering Safety Consultants (ESC) Ltd.

Please register for the remaining part of the series via the registration links. For more details on each webinar please click its title link:

Part 5 – Importance of Data Collection within Functional Safety. 18th August 2021 at 13:00 UK time. To register please click here

SaRS webinars are free and open to both SaRS members and non-members.

2. Asia-Pacific Branch – Rail Tunnel Safety

15th September 2021 at 15:00 in Hong Kong and 17:00 in Australia which is 08:00 in the UK. To register for the event please click here.

With the rapid expansion of railway and metro systems worldwide, there has been an increased emphasis on the safety and cost of one of the most challenging elements of rail infrastructure, namely tunnels. In this webinar, Dr Fathi Tarada of Mosen Ltd will review some past accidents and draw lessons from them, highlight international and national standards for fire safety, discuss risk assessment methodologies, as well as describe recent developments in equipment, vehicles and intervention strategies.

To register for the event please click here.

The webinar will be presented by Dr Fathi Tarada, BSc DPhil MBA LLB CEng FIMechE FIFireE FICE

Fathi is the founder and managing director of Mosen Ltd, an engineering consultancy. He is qualified in engineering, management and law and is a leading expert in fire safety engineering, tunnel ventilation and Computational Fluid Dynamics. Fathi is the inventor of the MoJet® ventilation system, a patented energy-efficient device that has been installed in tunnels worldwide. He represents the United Kingdom at the Technical Committee on Road Tunnel Operations for the World Road Association (PIARC), and was awarded a medal for Construction Health & Safety by the Institution of Civil Engineers.

SaRS webinars are free and open to both SaRS members and non-members.

3. Early Career Professionals Presentation Event

22nd September 2021 at 18:00 UK time. To register for the event please click here.

Join us to hear from three early career Safety & Reliability professionals as they present on interesting safety and reliability projects from a variety of industries. Each 15 minute presentation will be followed by questions asked by the audience via the webinar chat system. After all three presentations and Q&A sessions, the audience will be invited to vote on which was the best presentation overall and the prize will then be awarded to the winner.

Esme Fowler, last year’s winner said: “I think for any young professional, speaking in a Webinar can seem daunting but the SaRS Committee did a great job at making me feel at ease and ensuring the event ran smoothly. Overall, I really enjoyed the experience and would highly recommend that other Safety and Reliability Engineers consider taking part. It’s a great way to support and learn from other Engineers across the discipline.”

To support these early career professionals please click here to register for the webinar.

SaRS webinars are free and open to both SaRS members and non-members.

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