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    Professional Specialisations


    Nadine Cranenburgh

    Introduction

    While many risk engineering and management principals (such as those on the general principles page) are applicable across a broad range of professional specialisations, there are some principles, tools and practices which are specific to particular fields of specialisation.

    A non-exhaustive list of professional specifications is below, and links to information will be added as REBOK develops: 

    • Asset management
    • Cost engineering
    • Reliability engineering
    • Forensic engineering and science
    • Accident phenomenology
    • Accident analysis
    • Human factors investigation
    • Workplace Health and Safety investigation
    • Victim pathology
    • Simulation
    • Security infrastructure
    • Environment
    • Sustainability
    • Existential risk

    Sources:

    The information on this page was drawn primarily from the following sources:

    Edited by Nadine Cranenburgh

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