Trustworthy Risk Assessments, QRA, and Data Validation in Process Safety Webinars : UPDATED

These webinars have already been held but you can still access the recordings here!


aeSolutions is pleased to present a three-part webinar series on applying Risk Assessments in the ISA/IEC 61511 Safety Life Cycle with an emphasis on Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA). The first webinar presents the purpose of Risk Assessment and examines the value of selecting the appropriate Risk Assessment methodology. The second webinar details the capabilities of QRA and its applications. The final webinar introduces best practices to ensure Risk Assessment confidence and the safety of your operation.


Part 1 - Choosing a Risk Assessment Methodology

The ISA/IEC 61511 Safety Life Cycle starts with a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and a Risk Assessment. This first webinar of our three-part series details the purpose of Risk Assessment and examines the advantages and limitations of various methodologies including Risk Graph, Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA), and others.


Part 2 - Capabilities of Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) and Its Applications

Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) represents the "sharpest pencil" in the Risk Assessment tool kit for quantifying risk and crediting safeguards for risk reduction. In this second webinar of our three-part series we present applications for QRA, its utility for modeling dependencies, conditions where QRA provides value over other risk assessment techniques, and application of QRA in Bowtie Analysis.


Part 3 - Best Practices to Ensure My Risk Assessment is Trustworthy

One of the most powerful features of the Safety Life Cycle (SLC) is validation of the Risk Assessment with actual performance data; this is the ‘cyclic’ aspect of the SLC. One of the largest sources of error in a Risk Assessment is applying generic “industry” data without validation, which can increase the frequency of incidents or the cost of controlling hazards. This final webinar of our three-webinar series shows how to leverage qualitative and quantitative methods to update Risk Assessment data including using probability distributions and confidence intervals.


Presented by Joe Veasey & Dave Grattan


These webinars have already been held but you can still access the recordings here!