How we are governed

The Safety and Reliability Group works across all industry sectors covering the topics of Safety Regulations, Reliability & Performance, Assessment & Maintenance as well as Human Factors.

The Board includes four Working Groups - each with a specialism:

  1. Engineering for Reliability
  2. Engineering for Safety
  3. Standards & Procedures
  4. Human Factors in Safety and Reliability

Board members

Each representative on the Board has a designated role and is responsible for executing any duties or actions relating to reporting on technical activities, links with industry, academia, government, defence, not to mention how it communicates with regions and areas.

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.

SRG Board

The Group works across all industry sectors covering the topics of Safety Regulations, Reliability & Performance, Assessment & Maintenance as well as Human Factors.

Board

The Safety and Reliability Group (SRG) is here to promote the development of safety and reliability and to educate engineers in its application in the process, manufacturing, utility and public service industries.  The Group works across all industry sectors covering the topics of Safety Regulations, Reliability & Performance, Assessment & Maintenance as well as Human Factors. 

The Board includes four Working Groups - each with a specialism:

Board members:

Cathy Hunsley, Chair
Taimore Afzal
John Andrews
Vaughan Cole
Rhys David
Richard Denning
Michael Fitzgerald
John Mount
Mark Norris
Frederick Pell
Rasa Remenyte-Prescott
Nicola Stacey
Peter Stewart
Robert Wilson
Brian Wimpenny

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If you have a question or would like to get involved, contact us.

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