Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) forms an essential part of the safety case regime for operating major hazard facilities. Local developments such as Western Australia adopting the Model Work Health & Safety law in 2020, and international moves to adopt or strengthen QRA in their regulatory environment makes this an important subject for anyone involved operating a major hazard facility.
Gerry Burke (Principal Safety Consultant, Atkins) and Colin Crowley (Atkins Head of Technical Safety Perth) will present on the use of QRA in both the onshore and offshore environments and using case studies will illustrate how the tool is used to demonstrate that risks are being managed to As Low As Reasonably Practicable.
About the speakers:
Gerry has 35 years of risk management experience in the major hazards industries in Australia/NZ, Asia Pacific, Europe and the UK. He trained in the risk and reliability disciplines with the UK nuclear safety watchdog and went on to hold high-profile positions in several globally-recognised safety consultancies. Gerry has conducted quantitative risk assessment in a wide range of industries and for onshore and offshore facilities around the world. He is a specialist in fire and explosion assessment, escape and evacuation assessment and ALARP demonstration. An experienced HSE project trouble-shooter and Facilitator, he teaches and mentors in risk management and safety engineering at undergraduate, post-graduate and professional development levels.
Colin is responsible for the delivery of process safety engineering services to SNC Lavalin-Atkins clients in the Asia Pacific region. He has 20 years of experience providing process safety support to the oil and gas industry on both onshore and offshore projects from concept through to detailed design, throughout Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe. He has specialist expertise in the analysis and management of technical risk using Formal Safety Assessment to develop ALARP engineering solutions and performance standards. He is an experienced workshop Facilitator (HAZID/ENVID & ALARP) and a Safety Case expert.
Registrations open: 5.30pm
Presentation starts: 6.00pm
Presentation ends: 7.00pm
Event completion: 7.30pm