Risk Prisms – Exploring the multifaceted nature of risk
In the field of optics, a prism is a transparent object with at least two angled sides that break up white light into its constituent colors. In the same way that a single beam of light is in reality made up of different colors, the system-based approach to risk analysis proposes that risk is likewise composed of different elements. These individual elements in turn are combined into a range of subsets, each associated with a different range of probabilities. 'Refracting' risk requires at least two different disciples offering at least two different angles or perspectives of the same risk. Indeed, bringing together more than two disciples can potentially offer even richer insights into the complexity of risk.
SRA-ANZ invites the following to its 2018 conference:
30 June 2018 - Abstract submission closes
10 August 2018 - Early bird registration closes
25 September 2018 - Conference opens
Registration for the 2018 Annual Meeting is now open!
It's time to make plans to join SRA in New Orleans, LA, December 2-6, for the 2018 Annual Meeting.
Registration for the meeting is now open and we encourage you to register early to take advantage of early-bird pricing!
SRA Fifth World Congress Call for Abstracts: Deadline Extended
SRA invites the submission of abstracts for presentations at the Fifth World Congress on Risk to be held in Cape Town, South Africa, May 6-8, 2019. The Fifth World Congress on Risk will focus on ‘Development and Resilience’ and aims to stimulate dialogue and education on risk issues of world-wide interest.
SRA-ANZ is looking for any further speakers who would like to submit an abstract to be added to our proposed symposium, ‘Risk Analysis in an Interconnected World’. For the submission code to submit an abstract as part of the SRA-ANZ symposium, please contact Hong Jin: Hong.Jin@foodstandards.gov.au