Modern offshore quantitative risk assessment, London

4 November, 2015 | 18:00 - 20:00

How QRA approaches and methods have changed following / learnt from major events to help us better manage our risks.
How QRA approaches and methods have changed following / learnt from major events to help us better manage our risks.

About this event

The talk will step through the risk assessment process from scoping and setting the context through identification, analysis and evaluation to communicating / reporting results.

It is planned that the talk will be undertaken in an open and discursive manner so that those attending can ask questions, contribute ideas and share from their own experiences.

With the change in oil price the presentation will consider the pressures this is posing and how as risk practitioners' we may undertake Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRA) more efficiently and how we may deliver greater value out of our QRA effort.

It is recognised that many know the risk process well. This will help structure the communication and discussion around the application of tools, advanced methods and consideration of efficiency so all can understand and contribute.

Presented by
Mark Boult BA, MA, FIChemE, FIRM, Director, DNV GL.

Please book your place at this event through the online booking link.

This is a Joint evening meeting between The Offshore Engineering Society and Hazards forum.

Contact

If you experience any difficulty booking online, please contact:

Pauline Arundel
e: pauline.arundel@ice.org.uk

Please note priority booking is given to OES and Hazards forum members, co-sponsors' organisations and speakers' organisations.

Event materials

The following materials are available for download:

Speaker

Mark Boult

Mark is highly experienced in providing in risk management and analysis support to clients.

He has worked for clients in the energy, chemical and petrochemicals, offshore oil and gas, maritime, utility, healthcare and transport industries. He has held a range of management and consulting positions during a career of over 30 years in the organisation. He has international experience and has worked in six of DNV's offices around the world, namely London (UK), Stavanger (Norway), Columbus (Ohio), Houston (Texas), Hong Kong and Sydney (Australia).

Mark was the Manager of the Technical Investigation for the Longford Royal Commission into the Fire and Explosion that occurred in September 1998 at Esso Facility in Longford, Victoria, Australia. The investigation lasted 7 months and the Technical investigation team averaged 20 people.

In addition to leading and developing business for DNV GL, Mark has been involved in the development of new and innovative services and solutions for DNV's clients. This has included input to the development of DNV's risk management software products, DNV's, ERM (enterprise risk management) services (including working with boards and management teams on their strategic risks), customising management systems solutions, asset management services (RBI and ARM), risk communications, supporting ship classification activities with risk input, and creating innovative solutions for DNV's clients drawing on skills of DNV personnel from across the organisation.

Currently Mark is a Director in DNV GL's UK operations with a specific role on continuing the development and growth of the business, building customer relations, and oversight of the organisations ERM services in the region.

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