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Risk and Safety Management for Engineers: Risk Analysis

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Risk Analysis Units 1-2 - Bowtie Analysis   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 3 - Fault Tree Analysis   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 4 - Risk Assessment Matrix   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Units 5-7 - QRA   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 8 - Human Factors   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 9 - Functional Safety   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 10 - Environmental Risk Assessment   + £0.00
Risk Analysis Unit 11 - Final Assessment   + £0.00

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Risk and Safety Management for Engineers: Risk Analysis

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11 Hours
Course overview

This course will give an overview of a number of risk assessment techniques including Bowtie, Fault Trees, QRA, frequency assessment, consequence assessment and Risk Assessment Matrix. The course also explores human factors, human failures and human factors engineering and integration with example case studies from various industries. The course discusses what Functional Safety is and the ideas behind using LOPA and SIL for risk reduction. Finally, it explains how major accident scenarios affecting the environment are identified, and how their risks are assessed, ranked, and managed.

This course is one fifth of the main Risk and Safety Management for Engineers course. Click here to view the full course.

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Risktec Solutions is an established, independent and specialist risk management consulting and training company, and is part of the TÜV Rheinland Group. The company assist clients in major hazard industries as well as commercial and public sectors to manage health, safety, security, environmental and business risk. Find out more at

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What you will learn
By the end of this course you will be able to:

• Apply risk assessment techniques (e.g. Bowtie, QRA, Risk Assessment Matrix, HFE, LOPA, SIL), and better understand assessments carried out by others
• Define and differentiate between Human Factors, Human Factors Engineering and Human Factors Integration
• Give examples of case studies where human failure contributed to a major accident
• Understand the basic process of risk management
• Explain by reference to past incidents the environmental risk from major accidents
Who should learn
This course is suitable for managers, engineers, operators, HSE advisors, risk management practitioners, and anyone else involved in managing risks. Individuals aspiring to hold any of the above types of position will welcome the information and experience contained within the course. Most examples are cross-industry, however, some examples are from certain sector
Units included in this course