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Technical Seminar: Progress with societal risk around onshore, non-nuclear major hazards

30 April 2009, HSL Laboratory, Buxton

A one day seminar for 80 delegates.

Chair: John Murray, Head of HSE’s ‘Major Accidents Risk Assessment Unit’

Programme and presentations

09.00 Registration
09.30 Welcome: Eddie Morland, Chief Executive, HSL
09.40 Societal risk: A View from Government [22KB]PDF
Peter Baker, Head of Chemical Industries Division, HSE
09.55 HSE & Societal Risk: background and challenges [182KB]PDF
Stuart Reston, HSE
10.20 Societal Risk: concept and context from a government adviser [832KB]PDF
Dr Paul Davies, Lloyds Register
10.45 COFFEE
11.15 Options for Societal Risk [266KB]PDF
Technical Seminar: Progress with societal risk around onshore, non-nuclear major hazards [630KB]PDF
Kevin O’Donnell, HSE & Ian Lines, Atkins Global
12.00 Estimating societal risk: modelling and outputs [832KB]PDF
Dr Mike Wardman HSL
12.45 LUNCH
13.45 Lessons and insights: COMAH and land use planning. [67KB]PDF
Neil Porter, HSE & Andrew Franks, ERM (UK)
14.30 Societal Risk: an industry view
John Galbraith (Sabic UK)
15.00 Speaker panel – questions and discussion
15.30 Closing remarks – John Murray
15.45 Seminar close

Please note that the timings for each session are approximate

Updated 2012-08-31