A total of 55 items listed.
Responses to ‘Safety and Performance’ and the flooding of New Orleans
Safety and Performance
Scott Steedman advocates that safety should be incorporated within engineering design, training and professional development as a matter of course
Lloyd's Register Lecture 2005
This year’s lecture on ‘Safety Appraisal Criteria’was given by Professor Andrew Evans of Imperial College London
Small Matter, Many Unknowns
An insurer’s look at the risk implications of nanotechnology
Trust me, I’m an engineer!
John Turnbull FREng
Should the public trust advocates of new technologies?
ID cards: Public interest… or public nuisance?
Key speakers at the Royal Academy of Engineering’s briefing on ID cards express their opinions of the issues and implications of using this technology in the UK
Fighting fire with science
Exploring new advances in fire prevention and protection and how Fire Safety Science can aid the development of innovative design
Life safety in extreme events
Faith Wainwright FREng
How can we prepare for the unexpected? Structural safety for protection against natural disasters and hazards
After the Twin Towers: the future for tall buildings
Dr John Roberts FREng
How have structural engineers learnt from the catastrophic events of September 11 2001?
Protecting the railways: The management of safety in a fragmented industry
Roger Kemp FREng
How is railway safety maintained with the industry’s management split between over 100 separate organisations?
The engineer’s public duty - The role of the institutions
John Uff CBE QC FREng
What role should the professional institutions play in relation to the public interest?
Engineering in crime prevention
Dr Richard Lacey
Exploring the possibilities for innovation and taking a look at some engineering solutions in the fight against crime