EM111- Design Engineering Risk Analysis

$4000 USD
Available Dates: Anytime

Key Learning Objectives

  • Confidently define and distinguish between the terms ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’
  • Understand the structure of the process that leads to damage and loss
  • Comprehend the meaning of the term ‘safe’ and its relationship to the process of risk assessment
  • Examine technical risk assessment their social, organisational and legal context
  • Complete a Fault Tree Analysis and apply probability estimates to it
  • Perform an Outcome (Event) Analysis and apply probability estimates to it

About the Course

The risk that is experienced during the life of an industrial process or infrastructure facility is influenced by its original design, by its condition as it ages and by the way in which it is used.

Designers can have a powerful influence through the risk factors in an industrial process if they have sufficient insight into what can go wrong. The need to design safe operations with large energy sources lead engineers heavy industry to develop structured methods to provide this insight – Preliminary Risk Assessment, Fault Tree Analysis and Outcome (also known as Event) Analysis.

These methods are able to provide strategic insights into capital decisions during preliminary design, insight into beneficial design features in the detailed design stage and assist with maintenance and replacement decisions with risk effects.

While the most common application of these tools is in the heavy industry, they can be applied to understanding risk in any productive system.

These tools assist in understanding what can go wrong. Adding probabilities to the analysis assists in understanding how often it will go wrong, which is useful for determining the effectiveness and value of proposed improvements.

Participants will need a laptop computer and should come prepared with a case study of interest to them.

Who Will Benefit

Engineers involved in the civil, mechanical or electrical design of infrastructure facilities, industrial processes or equipment and transport equipment.

Participants will need a laptop computer and should come prepared with a case study of interest to them.

When & Where


EM111- Design Engineering Risk Analysis

5* Hotel (Name to be confirmed)

September 11, 2019

from 9 AM to 13:00 PM (4 Days)

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