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Safety Cases workshop – “The Good, The Bad & The Dodgy”

This workshop is aimed at those who have completed or are working on their Safety Cases

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Event Information

  • Where:

    Christchurch, New Zealand

  • Venue:

    TBC

  • When:
    01 March 2018, 08:30 - 15:30
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  • Delegates Fee:

    Free of charge

  • Attend: Register here

Do you know what a good Safety Case looks like? Do you want to know how others demonstrate SFAIRP? 

DNV GL is hosting a workshop covering these and other questions to help the upcoming submission of your Safety Case. It will be delivered by Mr. Mark Boult, one of DNV GL’s top ERM experts and currently Director of Operations, a member of the UK Standards Risk Management and Governance Committees and a member of the Institute of Risk Management Board Technical Committee. 

Although not essential, we encourage attendees that they bring their draft Safety Case materials to the workshop, this will allow you to share information and gain immediate feedback.

We look forward to meeting you in Christchurch!

Agenda - Safety Cases workshop

1 March - Thursday

  • Time
    Title/Description
  • 08:30 -09:00

    Registration

  • 09:00 -09:10

    Introductions

  • 09:10 -09:30

    Highlights of New Zealand’s legislation

  • 09:30 -10:30

    What does a good safety case look like?

    • Review of the work needed to create a Safety Case and what is recommended/good practice at each stage
    • Review of the contents of a Safety Case and what it should contain and how to present it clearly

  • 10:30 -10:50

    Break

  • 10:50 -12:00

    What is SFAIRP and how do you demonstrate it?

    With practical examples

  • 12:00 -13:00

    Lunch break

  • 13:00 -14:30

    Workshop on self-evaluation checklist and how to use it

  • 14:30 -15:15

    How can you make your Safety Case operational: an example

  • 15:15 -15:30

    Review of the day and Q&A