The ‘Barrier Based Risk Management Network Event’ will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 24 and 25 September.
Expanding on the TRIPOD User Day events held over the last several years, this 2-day conference will include a mixture of plenary sessions and break-out workshops exploring barrier based risk management techniques and issues, including Hearts and Minds, TRIPOD Beta, the use of qualitative risk assessment, safety culture improvement, and incident analysis.
The event features speakers at the forefront of academic risk management research, including Prof. Ira Helsloot or Radboud University Nijmegen, Dr. Frank Guldenmund of Delft University of Technology, Prof. Graham Braithwaite of Cranfield University, and Dr. Jop Groeneweg of the University of Leiden.
The Energy Institute will also be hosting a workshop session on the use of the Hearts and Minds toolkit, facilitated by Prof. Dianne Parker, one of the toolkit’s original developers.
Registration for this event costs €250. To find out more please visit the event website.