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  • Welcome to the Risk Engineering Body of Knowledge

    The Risk Engineering Body of Knowledge (REBOK) will help explain the essence and boundaries of risk engineering by capturing and updating the concepts, skills and practices that are generally accepted and known within the field. 

    Click HERE for free membership!

    Membership of this online community is free and open to the public.  To participate in discussions and be notified of upcoming activities please optimise your settings to follow the content that interests you.

    Our Wiki is a gateway to REBOK, and incorporates links to existing bodies of knowledge and resources for risk engineering and related fields and professions. We also maintain a list of key definitions and frequently asked questions, as well as a collection of case studies and practice notes.  This will be complemented by webinars to explore topics of interest and encourage discussion and knowledge sharing.

    You can also join the RES LinkedIn discussion group to make contact with risk engineering specialists and other interested engineers about risk engineering topics covered in REBOK.

    REBOK is a living and continuously developing project. We invite you to help drive its success and value by contributing your expertise and experience through posts, comments and discussion topics. Please ‘Contact Us’ if you would like to suggest topics or become a contributor.

    About This Community

    Risk Engineering Body of Knowledge (REBOK) Community is being run by the Risk Engineering Society (RES) supported by Engineers Australia (EA).   RES actively contributes to the effective management of risks in the workplace and in the community and has produced several practice notes to assist engineers and managers to practically apply risk management principles. EA is an institution with over 100,000 members with the mission to "advance the science and practice of engineering". The community is open to the public and online participation is free. Webinars are free for Engineers Australia and RES members, and non-members are charged a small fee.

    REBOK was launched in July 2019 and is continuing to develop under the guidance of the REBOK Steering Committee. For more information about contributing to REBOK or to suggest topics please contact us.


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