News & Events-Frazer-Nash sharing safety argument approach at RenewableUK event


Frazer-Nash Consultancy will be sharing its safety argument structures approach at RenewableUK's Health and Safety 2016 Conference and Exhibition.

Nick Yates, Safety Group Leader at Frazer-Nash will present at the 'Safety culture and employee wellbeing' session of the conference, which takes place at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, on 28 January.

In his presentation, titled 'Using safety argument structures to deliver proportionate and effective safety programmes', Nick will explore how the early use of safety argument structuring can help renewable energy developers build robust, proportionate and cost-effective safety justifications. Frazer-Nash has used this technique successfully across a number of safety critical areas, and Nick will use real-life examples to explain the versatility of the approach, drawing on projects from inside and outside the renewable energy sector.

Nick will outline the benefits of the safety argument structuring approach to delegates in the renewables sector, including improvements in stakeholder engagement, design requirements definition, decision making support, and value for money.

You can meet Nick and the Frazer-Nash team at Stand 25.

Further details about the RenewableUK Health & Safety 2016 conference can be found at http://www.renewableuk.com/HS2016