Reducing approval times ALARP: What is ‘reasonably practicable’?
The industry forum, Reducing approval times ALARP: What is ‘reasonably practicable’? is an event discussing the concepts of “as low as reasonably practicable” (ALARP) and “so far as is reasonably practicable” (SFAIRP) with the operators of major hazard and petroleum facilities.
The forum will provide an overview of the requirements to ensure all risks are driven to ALARP, and how to demonstrate and document them to the standards expected by the Department of Mines and Petroleum.
Note: This industry forum is a repeat of the ALARP industry forum held in Perth in November 2014 and Karratha in February 2015.
|Date||Friday, 17 April 2015|
|Time||8.00am for 8.30am start, finish at 1.30pm|
|Venue||The University Club of Western Australia|
|Location||Entrance #1, Hackett Drive, Crawley|
|Cost||Free however pre-registration is required|
|Phone:||08 9358 8154|
Further information on this event, including event program is available in the event flyer below.
Reducing approval times – ALARP: What is ‘reasonably practicable’? industry forum – event flyer