Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

MASTER CLASS SYSTEMATIC SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT

BASED ON SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS THINKING 13-16 JANUARY 2020, AMSTERDAM

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You work in organisations where, daily, there are challenges to face that require effective risk management. Problems occur when outcomes cannot be predicted due to unidentified interactions or priorities that shifted. On the other end, problem-based approaches might lead to myopic analyses to manage organisational politics and group dynamics. If you juggle multiple stakeholder systems and various system objectives, and safety is a real priority for your organisation, then this master class in safety risk management based on socio-technical systems thinking is for you.

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL) and the Queensland University of Technology (AU) are proud to present a safety risk management master class. In this highly interactive, demanding and challenging course you will be introduced to systems thinking through group methods, and systematic analysis models and techniques such as the STAMP/STPA.

The master class is built around the following main topics:

  • Introduction: what is risk and risk management.
  • Risk assessment: the role of risk perception.
  • Hazard and risk identification: newly introduced tools and techniques and comparisons with traditional approaches. 
  • Risk controls: how to assess their effectiveness and find the best combinations.
  • Risk monitoring methods: closing the loop
  • Industry guest speaker: real-world challenges and solutions
  • Experiences and results from the application of STPA in actual practice – guest speaker from the industry.

Course dates in 2020:

13 - 16 January 2020

For more information:

Viktória Balla-Kamper
v.balla-kamper@hva.nl,
+31 (0)6 211 57720. 

 

Published by  Faculty of Technology 5 November 2019