About the Safety and Reliability Group
The Safety and Reliability Group promotes the development of safety and reliability requirements for products, such as equipment, systems or services.
The group provides best practice guides and information to engineers associated with designing, manufacturing, operating or maintaining products.
It aims to educate engineers working in the process, manufacturing, utility and public service industries. The group works across all industry sectors covering safety regulations, reliability and performance, assessment and maintenance and human factors.
The Board includes four working groups:
The Safety and Reliability Group represents us on the Hazards Forum which provides an interdisciplinary focus for the study of disasters. It also increases the public understanding of risk, while continuing to work on the assessment of hazardous events, dissemination of lessons learned and the promotion of risk reduction strategies.
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The SRG Board members include company directors, distinguished professors, senior engineers and managers, and consultants, who organise and lead events in response to developments and also in response to incidents where safety and reliability have failed.
SRG are able to invite senior people directly concerned with investigations and review to present to the group. Find out more about the SRG Board.
SRG has created a LinkedIn group where members can discuss the latest industry topics, find out about upcoming events and give feedback on what you would like to see from the Group.
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SRG supports Proceeding of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of Risk and Reliability.
For more information about this and other journals please visit the Sage website.
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