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From shape-Risk to iNTeg-Risk


Between 2004 and 2007, 19 European organizations representing 12 Member States worked together in a coordination action called SHAPE-RISK (sharing experience on risk management (health, safety and environment) to design future industrial systems). Co-ordination Actions are multi-partner actions intended to promote and support the networking and co-ordination of research. They cover the definition, organisation and management of joint or common initiatives, as well as activities such as the organisation of conferences, meetings, the carrying out of studies, exchanges of personnel, the exchange and dissemination of good practice, and setting up common information systems and expert groups. The project was coordinated by INERIS (Institut National de l'Environnement Industriel et des Risques). The overall objective of the SHAPE-RISK project was to optimize the efficiency of integrated risk management in the context of the sustainable development of the European process industry. In this initiative, risk management was related to the environment (referring to the IPPC Directive), major accident hazards (referring to the SEVESO II Directive), and occupational health and safety (referring to the Directive on the safety and health of workers at work, and in particular the ATEX Directives). The main results of the project were recommendations organised in four categories : - Regulatory issues : creation of a meta-directive define the principles to implement an integrated risk management ; - Technical issues : creation of a European "one-stop shop" to support integrated risk management ; - Human and organisational issues: improve safety management by working on human performance ; - Risk Communication and governance: take into account the risk perception in the risk decision making process. Based on these results and other work performed at international level such as the projects of IRGC, the iNTeg-Risk project was developed. The papers will present the main results of SHAPE-RISK and their use in the design of the iNTeg-Risk project.
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Olivier Salvi, Christophe Bolvin. From shape-Risk to iNTeg-Risk. 1. iNTeg-Risk Conference "Dealing with risks of tomorrow's technologies", Jun 2009, Stuttgart, Germany. ⟨ineris-00970489⟩


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