Unveiling a new approach to risk & reliability analysis…Automate, Accelerate & Standardise risk and reliability modelling
Sponsored by: Lloyd's Register
- Risk Mitigation
Date: 14 May
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
In asset-intensive industries, such as nuclear, energy, marine and transportation, balancing the demands associated with risk mitigation, reliability and availability is challenging at the best of times. These challenges are underpinned by the need to identify and drive new levels of efficiency and productivity but also holding risk steady.
Navigating a path between safety and production is essential for companies’ success – but how do you strike the balance to address all these demands?
Join LR and EDF as we unveil details of an innovative approach to automate, accelerate and standardise risk and reliability modelling process.
If you are involved in risk and reliability analysis both during the design and operational phase of safety-critical infrastructure, you cannot afford to miss this webinar.
Product Manager for Risk – LR Digital Products
Ola is responsible for RiskSpectrum software development within LR. He holds an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (Sweden). He has more than 25 years of applied risk & reliability analysis experience. In addition, Ola has extensive experience in advanced PRA (PSA) topics and is an expert on PRA modelling techniques and PRA applications.
Senior research engineer, EDF
Marc is a senior research engineer within EDF’s R&D division, with extensive experience in the field of reliability engineering. He has held a joint appointment at CNRS (University of Marne la Vallée) as an associate research director from 2000 to 2006. Marc was also a professor at Ecole Centrale Paris engineering school from 2009 to 2015. He has led the development of highly innovative tools, including the first version of KB3 in the 90's, to support the activities of reliability engineering, and PSAs for nuclear power plants. Marc has published more than 70 technical papers and one book and gives RAMS lectures in universities and engineering schools. He is a member of the editorial board of the "Journal of risk and reliability".
Marc received a degree of the "Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris" engineering school in 1980, and qualified for the function of university professor in 2008.
Key Learning Objectives
- You can create risk models faster at a lower cost, and auto-generate new models with each design iteration.
- External and on-site risk assessment teams can improve model quality with an automated, standardised approach to modelling and assessment.
- Risk assessors can also respond quickly to new demands and rapidly adopt new assessment methodologies.
- Reliability specialist
- Technical Manager Technical Safety and Reliability
- Principal Consultant Safety - Technical Safety
- PSA specialist
- PRA specialist
- Safety and process engineer
- Safety case engineer
- Safety engineer