Seminar: Risk, Proportionality and ALARP: How do we do enough for safety?


Risk, Proportionality and ALARP: How do we do enough for safety?

Thursday 15 June, 2017 - London, UK

Slides are now available for this event:

01 - Felix Redmill - Risk, Its Tolerability and the ALARP Principle

02 - Mark Machin - Proportionate mitigation on large safety-related IT projects

03 - Tim Clement - Proportionality and Rigour in Independent Safety Assessments

04 - Ron Bell - How safe is safe enough?

05 - Neil Beveridge - Safety Cases - As Simple As Reasonably Possible

06 - Steven Burke - ALARP: When is enough, enough?

The SCSC Seminar on Risk, Proportionality and  ALARP: How do we do enough for safety? will be held in London on June 15th 2017. The new venue is the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - West End, 92 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4BH

Updated Talk abstracts and speaker information are now available.

An updated programme for this event is now available.

The speakers at this seminar will consider the difficult topic of how to decide when we have done the right amount of:

  • Hazard and risk identification
  • Analysis and assessment
  • Risk reduction
  • Justification and documentation

Speakers are:

Felix Redmill, Redmill Consultancy

Mark Machin, CGI UK

Tim Clement, Adelard

Ron Bell, ESC

Neil Beveridge, CRARisk

Steven Burke, Risktec

It will include discussion of safety levels, mitigations, risk management and risk acceptance. 

There will be a wrap-up session at the end of the day led by Tim Kelly.


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