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Date: 12th February
Time: 1 - 2pm
Location: Berry Lecture Theatre, HH Wills Physics Laboratory
This lecture forms part of the MSc Nuclear Science and Engineering and is open to all.
What is a nuclear safety case? Why do we need to write safety cases? How do you write a safety case?
This lecture will give a brief introduction into what a nuclear safety case is and the historical context of why the nuclear industry produces them. It will also provide an overview of the regulatory requirements.
The presentation will focus on how to write a nuclear safety case. Covering the key principles of nuclear safety, ALARP (As Low as Reasonably Practicable), how to structure a safety case and how you check a safety case to make sure it is correct. The presentation will include worked examples of safety cases.
Producing a safety case requires more than just a clearly written document summarising the evidence to support a safety justification. The presentation will also consider the wider picture of the effort which goes into putting the safety case together from start to finish.
Kate Martin - Kate is a University of Bristol Alumna and is a Mechanical Engineer at Atkins
You can read Kate's testimonial of her time at Bristol here: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/engineering/profiles/alumni-profiles/kate-martin.html