Fit for Purpose Safety Cases in the Nuclear Industry

04 June 2019

Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

Hyatt Regency Birmingham, Birmingham

Organisers: IMechE
Tel: +44 (0)207 973 1251

Building a robust and compliant safety case is essential to the safe management of nuclear projects and the engineers who work on them. Learning from key thought leaders across the nuclear industry can ensure your safety cases meet regulatory standards whilst also meeting budgetary constraints.

Building on previous popular seminars in this series, the IMechE’s Fit For Purpose Safety Cases in the Nuclear Industry seminar returns on 4 June 2019 to the Hyatt Regency Birmingham hotel.

Attendees will learn all the fundamentals and gain an appreciation of the essential elements of achieving safety cases that are suitable and sufficient for their purpose of enabling safe facility management. This is a unique opportunity to learn the lessons of recent industry case studies and projects and take back best practice to enhance safety at your nuclear sites.

Confirmed speakers in 2019 include:

  • Mark Shannon, Head of Project Management Office and UKAEA Strategic Plan Development, UK Atomic Energy Authority
  • Jeremy Edwards, National Nuclear Laboratory
  • Simon Marsh, National Nuclear Laboratory
  • Barry Lyon, Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Gavin Edwards, Head of Design Authority, NNB GenCo

Early Bird ends 12 April 2019; for full event details and to book your place please visit the event website at

Discount for NIA members: as a supporting organisation of this seminar, NIA members can attend at the Supporting Organisation rate. Simply register online at this reduced rate or contact the IMechE directly and mention your membership –