RISK2014 Pocket Program A4 DS V2.cdr

Friday 30 May 2014 – Day 2
1250-1440
Session 4A
Designing for Risk
Venue: P 1 & 2
Session 4B
QRA
Venue: P3
Session 4C
Financial & Legal Risks
Venue: P4
1250-1315
The Role of Risk Assessments in
Controlling a Design
Chris Beale - SKM
Words Have Meaning… Especially in
Risk Management
Garry Marling - MISHC - Uni of Qld
Risk Transfer - Professional Indemnity
policies - a new product to sell or
closed shop remains?
Kieran Lynch - Parsons Brinckerhoff
Evolution of design safety reviews
Hendrik Tait - SKM
Application of QRA and Bowtie
Methodologies
to Transportation Activities
Lachlan Dreher - R4Risk
Assessing and Managing Costs of
Major Environmental Hazards by
Appropriate Allocation of Risk
Malcolm Leinster – Leinster
Consulting
1315-1340
1340-1405
Case Study: Safety in Design Process Where to from here in managing
Development
“recurring” technical risk?
Mike Hurd - Engineered Systems
Robert Jorgensen - RKEJ Pty Ltd
Management
Mock Trial
Litigation involving a Risk Engineer
Kieran Lynch- Parsons Brinckerhoff
1405-1430
Risk Targets - Where to Start, What to Turning PIGs into BACON; Better
Calculate and When to Stop
techniques for assessing and
Matthew Bale - Safearth Consulting
evaluating risks
Edward Lewis - UNSW Canberra
1430-1445
Discussion
1445-1455
Q&A Forum & Working Afternoon Tea
1455-1555
National RES Committee & State Chairs & Members & all attendees
Venue: P 1 & 2
- Responses to RES' Safety Case Guidelines
- Professional Registration issues, Ian McEwan, EA Qld & Clare Murray, Board of Professional Engineers
- Risk Engineering Body of knowledge
- Ideas from members for furthering the work of RES & member needs
1555-1700
RISK2014
Conference
28-30 May 2014
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Brisbane
Managing in Challenging Times
Wednesday 28 May 2014 – Optional Pre-Conference Training Workshops
0800-1700
Registrations open - Plaza foyer
0900-1630
Pre-Conference Training Workshop 1
Venue: P3
Facilitation & its role in risk assessment
Cameron Fraser
1730-1900
Welcome reception
Discussion
Close of Conference and Wind Down Networking
Contact
RISK 2014
Conference Secretariat
Engineers Australia
11 National Circuit Barton ACT 2600
[email protected]
Plaza foyer
Pre-Conference Training Workshop 2
Venue: P4
Best practices to improve the consistency &
confidence of outcomes of risk assessment
Jim Whiting
Thursday 29 May 2014 – Day 1
0800-1700
Registrations open
Plaza foyer
0800-0830
Arrival tea & coffee
Plaza foyer
0850-0900
Opening ceremony
Blake E. Harvey MIEAust CPEng 2014 Queensland President, Engineers Australia
0900-1000
Keynote Session 1
Findings of Recent Inquiries into Major Incidents in the USA
Mark Griffon - Board Member - Chemical Safety Board USA
1000-1030
Morning tea
1030-1120
Keynote Session 2
Are people the problem or the solution?
Professor Sidney Dekker - Author & Human Factors Specialist, Griffith University
Venue: P 1 & 2
1120-1210
FORUM - Panel of Experts
Will learnings from inquiries into recent major incidents produce better risk engineering?
Mark Griffon - Member, US Chemical Safety Board
Sidney Dekker - Author & Human Factors Specialist, Griffith University
Ian Cameron - Professor in Chemical Engineering, University of Queensland
Venue: P 1 & 2
1210-1315
Lunch
Venue: P 1 & 2
Plaza foyer
Plaza foyer
Friday 30 May 2014 – Day 2
Thursday 29 May 2014 – Day 1
1315-1445
1315-1340
1340-1405
Session 1A
Project Risk Management
Venue: P 1 & 2
Session 1B
Major Hazards
Venue: P3
Session 1C
Risk Culture
Venue: P4
0800-1700
Registrations open
0800-0830
Arrival tea & coffee - Plaza foyer
Risk based approach to auditing
major infrastructure projects
Ken Cameron - Compliance &
Assurance
The varying nature of planning
decisions for developments near to
Major Hazard Facilities
Ian Thomas - IF Thomas and
Associates
Industry perspectives on
organisational resilience
Maureen Hassall - Uni of QLD
0900-0950
Keynote Session 3
Venue: P & 1 & 2
Practical Application of Bayesian Statistics
Professor Kerrie Mengersen – Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology
0950-1020
Morning tea
Measuring & Managing Process and
Occupational Risks Side by Side in a
Gas Fired Power Station
Russell Mills, GHD Pty Ltd
The Human Factor - Foundation of
Successful Risk Management
Martin Larisch - ML Engineering
1020-1200
Session 3A
Designing for Risk
Venue: P 1 & 2
Session 3B
QRA
Venue: P3
1020-1045
Too close for comfort: the case for
proximity detection and vehicle
collision avoidance systems
Tilman Rasche – Dept of Natural
Resources & Mines, QLD
Hazard Management is Inadequately Risk Engineering - When should
Different to Risk Management
engineers become proactive rather
Jim Whiting - [email protected] pty ltd than reactive?
John Lambert - John Lambert and
Associates
1045-1110
Risk Management and the design and Risk Quantification - A Measured
operation of flood mitigation dams
Response To Trending Opinion
Greg McMahon - Integrated Project
William Tocher - Safearth Consulting
Management
1110-1135
How WHS legislation creates
liabilities for risk based engineering
decisions - An ISO 61508 Functional
Safety perspective
Mike Dean - EUC Engineering
Efficient incorporation of a Buncefield- How to use and benefit from the new
type explosion in QRA analysis
standard
Patrick Walker - R4RISK
ISO 31004:2013
Jeff Jones - Project Delivery
Assurance
1135-1200
Discussion
Discussion
1200-1250
Lunch
Managing Project Risk Using
Defensible Decision-Making
Processes
Ainslie Just - Parsons Brinckerhoff
1405-1430
Integrated Cost Schedule Risk
Analysis (i-C/SRA) Applications in
Delivery of Major Projects
Pedram Danesh-Mand - Aquenta
Consulting
Assessing the risk to occupants
within process buildings
Elio Stocco – R4Risk
Classifying and Systemising
Uncertainty and Instability - a
Dynamic Social Network approach to
Risk
Matthew Mitchell, Uni of Sydney
1430-1445
Discussion
Discussion
Discussion
1445-1505
Afternoon tea
1505-1700
Session 2A
Project Risk Management
Venue: P 1 & 2
Session 2B
Engineering Risks
Venue: P3
Session 2C
Mining
Venue: P4
Delivering Value and Managing Risk
in Capital Projects
David Cox - Brisbane City Council
Intelligent, knowledge based hazard
identification: faster, better and more
insightful
Ian Cameron, Uni of Qld
Development of a form of Safety
Case using the coal mine safety
regime approach applied to HV
electrical isolation
Gul V Yilmaz
Resources Risk Consultancy
1505-1530
Plaza foyer
1530-1555
Effective Risk Governance for Major
Projects
Peter Flanagan - Capital Insight
The Management of Geotechnical
Risk on Major Infrastructure Projects
Chris Bridges - Coffey Geotechnics
Investigating Differential Risk Factors
through Comparison of National Coal
Fatalities
Jill Harris - MISHC - Uni of Qld
1555-1620
Managing Contractor Risk
Geoff Hurst - ENGENEOHS
Integrating Enterprise Risk
Management Systems and Tools in a
Complex Organisation
Pete Gervasoni - City of Ballarat
Beyond Mining: Can Coal Knowledge
Assist Risk Management in Other
Industries?
Phillip Kirsch - MISHC - Uni of Qld
1620-1645
Using Risk to get a better solution:
Case Study to demonstrate success
Robert Relf - Alive Information of
Australian Engineering Exports
A risk assessment of VO based fuels Safety Case - A Legal view
Ian Thomas - IF Thomas & Associates Sharyn Durley LLB (Barrister)
1645-1700
Discussion
Discussion
1830-1900
Pre-dinner drinks
Sky Room Foyer
1900-2200
Conference dinner
After-Dinner Speakers - Risk Tales from North America
Mark Griffon & Cameron Fraser
Sky Room Foyer
Plaza foyer
Plaza foyer
Session 3C
Risk Management
Venue: P4
The importance of retaining risk
management budgets in the
manufacturing industry during
challenging times
Medhi Hassani - HDI-Gerling
Industrial Insurance
Discussion
Plaza foyer
RISK2014
Conference
28-30 May 2014
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Brisbane
Discussion