Risk Reduction & ALARP
Outline: This is a module within all three postgraduate programmes (PgCert, PgDip and MSc). This course consists of approximately 16 hours self study followed by a lengthy period of research and writing, culminating in the submission of an assignment. Learners have 8 weeks to complete the module, which is worth 10 postgraduate credits.
Purpose: ALARP (As Low As Reasonably Practicable) is a commonly used but often misunderstood concept. The purpose of this module is to enable students to understand the hierarchy of risk reduction measures and the options for risk reduction in the project lifecycle. Students will be introduced to the concept of ALARP and how to demonstrate that risk has been reduced to ALARP levels.
Further Information: See the Training & Education pages of the Risktec website: Risktec.tuv.com
To Enrol: Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 1925 611200.
- Teacher: David Fiddler
MSc Project for DL08 and 09
Outline: This is a constituent module of the MSc in Risk & Safety Management. It consists of approximately 500 hours of self study, researching and writing, culminating in the submission of a project 12,000 words in length. Part-time learners have around 6 months to complete the module, which is worth 60 postgraduate credits.
- Teacher: Steph Nicholson
MSc Project Overview
This is an overview of the MSc project module, for those PgDip students who are interested in carrying out an MSc and would like to know more about it.