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Rencontres inter-GTR : vers une vision systémique de la maîtrise des risquesHaut de page
Date évènement : 30 juin 2017
Lieu : Etablissement traction Nord Parisien
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Rencontres inter-GTR : vers une vision systémique de la maîtrise des risques

Nous vous informons qu’une rencontre inter-GTR IMdR se tiendra à Paris, le vendredi 30 juin prochain, sur le thème des configurations.

Cette rencontre est ouverte aux membres des cinq GTR qui organisent la journée, dans la limite des 50 places disponibles.

Si vous êtes intéressés, vous devez vous inscrire auprès de Jean-François Vautier (CEA - jean-francois.vautier@cea.fr), qui coordonne l’organisation de cette manifestation.





10th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability (MMR 2017)Haut de page
Date évènement : July 3-6, 2017
Lieu : Grenoble
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It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend and contribute to the 10th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability (MMR 2017), which will take place in Grenoble, France, on July 3-6, 2017.

The MMR conferences serve as a forum for presenting the latest advances of research in the mathematical theory of reliability and risk management (stochastic modeling, statistical inference, optimization, decision support,...), as well as their applications (aging, maintenance, degradation, prognostic and health management, monitoring, warranty, lifetime data analysis,...). Its objective is to bring together the best international experts in the field, both from academy and various industrial sectors such as energy, aeronautics, automotive, telecommunication,... As a major international forum on reliability, it attracts increasing number of researchers from all countries of the world.

MMR 2017 is organized by Grenoble Institute of Technology and Université Grenoble Alpes. It will be held at the brand new building of GreEN-ER, at Grenoble Institute of Technology, which is located in the center of Grenoble.

Grenoble is the capital of the French Alps. Second France’s most important centre of scientific research and high-tech industry after Paris, Grenoble is known for its great museums, excellent dining, outstanding quality of life and superb public transport system. Host of the 1968 Winter Olympics, the city center is the focal point for a metropolitan area of over 650,000 inhabitants, 60,000 of them students. Surrounded by the mountain ranges of Chartreuse, Vercors and Belledonne, the city lies on the bank of the river Isère. In Grenoble, you can love city life and wildlife at the same time, enjoy winter and summer altogether, mountain hikes and contemporary art exhibitions on a same day, you may strongly support sustainable development and be keen on archaeology, too.

We sincerely hope that you will join us and share a fruitful moment in this unique environment.


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Sécurité des procédés, les dangers de l'industrie, les barrières de prévention et de protectionHaut de page
Date évènement : 18 septembre au 22 septembre 2017 / 20 novembre au 24 novembre 2017
Lieu : Lyon
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Personnel de conception, d’étude et d’exploitation des procédés :
• Responsable exploitation (production et maintenance)
• Responsable procédé et sécurité procédé
• Ingénieur Hygiène - Sécurité - Environnement
Tous les membres de l’encadrement susceptibles de participer à des analyses de risques sont concernés par la connaissance
des dangers et des barrières de prévention et de protection.

• Identification des dangers des installations et procédés
• Évaluation du niveau de risque des scénarios d’accident imaginés
• Choix des barrières de prévention et de protection

3 sessions : 

29 mai au 2 juin 2017

18 septembre au 22 septembre 2017

20 novembre au 24 novembre 2017

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Séminaire ISCLP 2017Haut de page
Date évènement : 3 et 4 octobre 2017
Lieu : Balma (51)
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Séminaire ISCLP 2017 (ISCLP : Ingénierie de Systèmes complexes à Logiciels Prépondérants)

« De l’Ingénierie Système des Opérations d’Armement à la SdF des Logiciels »

Ce séminaire réunira les acteurs de la sûreté de fonctionnement logicielle dans le domaine militaire.

Thèmes abordés (cf programme prévisionnel)

DGA Techniques aéronautiques - site de Balma (31)

Inscriptions à partir du 30 juin 2017

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Risques et Résilience des Territoires 2017 Haut de page
Date évènement : 10 & 11 octobre 2017
Lieu : ENPC , Paris- Marne La Vallée
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A l’occasion de la présentation des résultats des travaux de recherche conduits dans le cadre du programme de recherche « Risques, Décision, Territoires » du Ministère de l’Environnement, de l’Énergie et de la Mer (MEEM) sur le thème de « La résilience des territoires face aux risques », la SHF s’associe au MEEM pour organiser un colloque sur les « apports de la notion de résilience à la gestion des risques ».

Dates importants:

10 décembre 2016: Date limite de réception des résumés
17 mars 2017 : Notification aux auteurs
15 mai 2017 : Envoi des textes complets.

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ESReDA seminar on Enhancing Safety: the Challenge of Foresight Haut de page
Date évènement : 14 et 15 novemblre 2017
Lieu : Paris
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The 53rd ESReDA seminar on Enhancing Safety: the Challenge of Foresight will be held in Ispra (Italy) on the 14th – 15th November 2017, hosted by European Commission Joint Research Centre (Ispra, Italy).

Conventional safety management relies on prevention and protection approaches, but it is clear, especially after disasters, that this is not enough. Reactive approaches after events are valuable strategies to provide information and lessons on risk management deficiencies. The analysis of major accidents and crises has shown that there were early warning signs that could have been heeded and used as valuable information to design "relevant tools" and proactive strategies for preventing major events. Such missed opportunities point towards the need to improve foresight methods for enhancing safety management. Several high-technology sectors, such as aviation and nuclear power have achieved a high performance level. Their call for a next generation of safety enhancement strategies and more proactive approaches has broadened to other sectors during the last decades

The shift from safety management approaches in which improvement is predominantly based on hindsight to include more foresight approaches has many hurdles to overcome, in theory, as well as in practice. This raises several questions:

  • How can safety imagination be enhanced: can we go beyond scenario approaches and techniques?
  • How can foresight theories, methods and techniques contribute to broad risk assessments in order to improve systematic and holistic safety management?
  • Addressing short term foresight versus long term planning: which methods/approaches are more appropriate for one and the other?
  • How can we anticipate the new multi-faceted risks created by new technology, the digital revolution, industry 4.0, etc.? What can be done to improve our management of emerging risks?
  • How to detect and handle early warning signs (EWS), weak signals, accident pre-cursors, etc.? Can the analysis techniques developed for “big events” (accidents, near misses) be applied to “tiny events” (EWS, weak signals), or are new classes of techniques needed?
  • Which anomalies/surprises should we pay attention to? How to discriminate the signal from the noise? How to deal with and benefit from whistleblowers?
  • How to increase the visibility of EWS? Are there tools and methods available? If yes, which are they?
  • What role do leading indicators play and can they help achieve foresight with efficiency? If yes, how?
  • Are new methods and technologies related to “big data” part of the solution?
  • How does the social climate impact risk awareness and an organization’s ability to identify early warning signals (reporting culture, speak-up behavior and psychological safety, debate, attitude towards bad news, etc.)?
  • How can safety analysts generate the political capital needed to produce organizational change when they cannot point to a past accident to demonstrate the need for improvement and face the cost challenge?
  • Is knowledge of the past obsolete? Is current knowledge management practice and organizational learning in organizations well-structured to tackle foresight in safety?
  • How can foresight improve resilience and accident prevention?
  • How did some sectors become highly reliable, ultra-safe, non-plus ultra-safe? Why are there such big differences (performance, approach) across sectors?

The 53rd  ESReDA seminar will be a forum for exploring these questions. We aim to discuss theories, concepts, and experiences of enhancing foresight in safety. Authors are invited to present their proposals and discuss successes and failures in foresight and to identify future needs in safety research and training. We want to encourage new ideas, scientific papers, conceptual papers, case studies and cross-sectoral research on the theme of foresight in safety. This seminar will bring together researchers, practitioners, specialists and decision-makers to discuss strategies to improve foresight.

The 2nd call for papers is available at https://www.esreda.org/event/53rd-esreda-seminar/


If you have any questions, or need additional information or practical data, do not hesitate, please, contact the 53rd ESReDA Seminar Team: jrc-esreda53rdseminar@ec.europa.eu.



Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M)Haut de page
Date évènement : Décembre 2017
Lieu : Paris
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The conference "Complex Systems Design & Management" (CSD&M) is THE European meeting point for academic and industrial people working on complex systems. This event gives the opportunity to present and learn about innovative, methodological and technical results or good practices, feedbacks and professional case studies on industry, sciences and systems types.

Abstract submission: March 25, 2017

Paper submission: April 22, 2017

Results announcement: June 2, 2017

Final version: July 7, 2017

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