The workshop "An engineering perspective on risk assessment: from theory to practice" will be held at CERN on 26-27 November 2018.

The aim of the workshop is to share knowledge between risk assessment researchers and practitioners on different types of hazards and to raise awareness on this topic. 

The first day is public but registration is needed (limited number of places). During the day, presentations will be delivered on some of the following topics:

- quantitative risk analysis;
- risk acceptance criteria;
- uncertainty in risk assessment;
- optimisation and cost-effectiveness for risk mitigation.
 
The second day is by invitation only. In the morning, the CERN HSE Fire Safety Engineering Team will introduce the participants to the FIRIA (Fire Induced Radiological Integrated Assessment) project; discussions and feedback will follow. During the afternoon, technical visits to some of CERN's unique facilities will be organised. 
 
Organising Committee:
Saverio La Mendola (HSE-OHS-XP)
Marco Andreini (HSE-OHS-XP)
Art Arnalich (HSE-OHS-XP)
Fabio Corsanego (HSE-OHS-XP)
Giordana Gai (HSE-OHS-XP)
Oriol Rios (HSE-OHS-XP)
Jodie Ridewood (HSE-OHS)
 
Deadline for accommodation at CERN Hostel: 25th October 2018
 
Deadline for registration: 18th November 2018
Starts
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Europe/Zurich
CERN
Route de Meyrin 385, 1217 Meyrin, Switzerland
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