101 Risk Assessment – Consequence Modeling and QRA

Wednesday, March 16, 2011: 8:00 AM
Columbus G/H (Hyatt Regency Chicago)
Consequence modeling and quantitative risk assessment techniques are often applied by the loss prevention professional as part of overall project or facility risk assessment activities. This session invites papers that address the integration and application of such tools and techniques into corporate risk assessment. Papers discussing best practices, case studies, and lessons learned are encouraged.

45th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium (LPS)

Kathleen A. Kas
Email: kkas@dow.com

Carlos Barrera
Email: cbarrera@exponent.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

File available
9:00 AM
(101c) Benefits of Risk-Based Design through Probabilistic Consequence Modeling
Scott G. Davis, Olav Hansen, Lars Rogstadkjernet, Are Brattetrig and Inge Berthelsen

9:30 AM
File available
10:15 AM
File available
10:45 AM
(101e) Risk Assessment of a Propane Storage Sphere: Maintain or Decommission?
Russell A. Ogle, Andrew R. Carpenter and Juan C. Ramirez
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