Evaluating Complex Systems as Part of a Semi-Quantitative Risk Assessment

Description 

An important first step in understanding, and ultimately quantifying, the complexity system impacts can have on risks, is to be able to describe the physical interactions that operational components can have on risks. Then one must consider the role that human factors have in those same systems. This webinar will review an approach to evaluating systems and human factors within a semi-quantitative risk assessment.  

Objectives
  • Review Approaches to evaluating systems and human factors within a semi-quantitative risk assessment.
  • Review Importance, limits, and future of approaches relative to decision making.
Target Audience

Dam Levee Safety Engineers, Scientists, and other Professionals

Eric Halpin

Owner

Halpin Consulting LLC

Eric is a registered professional engineer working as a dam and levee consultant specializing in risk and safety programs. He recently retired from the Corps of Engineers after almost 40 years of service where he led the agency Dam and Levee Safety Programs as well as the National Levee Safety Program. He has engineering degrees from Clemson University (1983) and Oklahoma State University (1989). Currently, he is the principal of Halpin Consulting LLC, where he works internationally on infrastructure issues facing society.

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