Convergence towards integrated risk management : results from the european SHAPE-RISK project and other initiatives

Abstract : This paper points out some of the présent reflections concerning the issue of integrated risk assessment, in view of an integrated management of ail kinds of technical risks - namely risks for man and for environment, on-site and off-site risks, accidentai risks and continuous or long-terms risks. This articles is mostly influeneed by the SHAPE RISK project, its conclusions and recommendations, but it also takes into account other scientific projects carried out at INERIS, at National or European scale. The interactions and overlaps between the présent régulations at the European level clearly suggests an improvement through a new integrated régulation, and reinforces the interest of Industry in using more efficient integrated tools, both for risk assessment and risk management. Besides, the conceptual frame for an integrated assessment is becoming clearer. Yet a significant work is to be done, entailing parallel évolutions in the régulation field, in the scientific and the technical fields, and in the organizational field.
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Christophe Bolvin, Régis Farret, Olivier Salvi. Convergence towards integrated risk management : results from the european SHAPE-RISK project and other initiatives. 1. International Conference on risk analysis and crisis response, Sep 2007, Shanghai, China. pp.NC. ⟨ineris-00970306⟩

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