|The latest information, advances and challenges in risk engineering|
|Venue||Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley,|
|Event Contact||Conference Secretariat|
|Contact Phone||02 6270 6563|
Following the successful RISK 2010 Conference held at Melbourne, Australia, the Executive Committee of Risk Engineering Society (RES) invites you and your colleagues to attend its RISK 2012 Conference at 20-22 Sep 2012, Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia.
RES actively contributes to the effective management of risks in the workplace and in the community. We do this by collecting and disseminating information on all aspects of risk engineering, organising technical meetings and conferences and liaising with interested organisations.
We place special focus on risk issues associated with construction, design, safe plant operation and management. So the RISK 2012 Conference provides an ideal setting for a wide range of users and prospective users of risk management and engineering arena to network with their peers, exchange ideas and learn the latest information about practical case studies, new products and risk management strategies.
Whether you're interested in learning the latest risk management techniques or simply mastering the basics or network with other successful practitioners in the field of risk management, the RISK 2012 Conference is a valuable opportunity to be part of risk engineering community.
RISK 2012 sessions are led by top industry practitioners and researchers and it is the only conference of its kind balancing practical case studies with a comprehensive options and futures educational topics as well as high level strategic risk management implementations.
Mike Lutomski - Risk Manager International Space Station (ISS) Program
As the Risk Manager he is responsible for defining and implementing the Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Management processes across the organizations and participants of the ISS Program. These risk processes assist management in making the sound, risk-informed decisions to increase the probability of success of the ISS Program.
Mr. Lutomski has spent 25 years at NASA working on Manned Spaceflight Programs at the Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas. He has worked in different areas including Operations, Engineering, and Program Management for the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station programs.
Mr. Lutomski started his career as a flight controller working the Mission Control Center in Houston. In the mid-90’s Mr. Lutomski spent two years working in NASA’s Moscow, Russia office. While in Russia he worked in the Mission Control Center supporting early ISS Operations infrastructure development.
Peter Wilkinson - Managing Director of Noetic Risk Solutions
As Managing Director of Noetic Risk Solutions where he focusses on providing strategic advice to Government, Boards and leadership teams on safety management and enterprise risk management. In the last 18 months, Peter has completed assignments for upstream oil and gas clients in Australia, China, UK, Malaysia, Timor Leste, New Zealand, and the US Gulf of Mexico as well as for the Australian Government on the Montara oilfield blowout. Peter is also currently under contract to the US Federal Agency, the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) as an adviser to their investigation of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Peter is also a member of the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency’s (ARPANSA) Nuclear Safety Committee