关于举行荷兰代尔夫特理工大学Genserik Reniers 教授学术报告会的通知

发布时间:2022-06-24设置

报告题目:The Importance of Using Micro-Economics for Better Safety-Related Decision-Making

报 告 人:荷兰代尔夫特理工大学Genserik Reniers 教授

报告时间:2022629日(星期三)下午15:0017:00

收看方式:华南理工大学29号楼3楼会议室/腾讯会议(会议号:202-687-542

 

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报告人简介:

Genserik Reniers是荷兰代尔夫特理工大学安全科学系全职教授,同时也是比利时安特卫普大学与鲁汶大学兼职教授,讲授课程包括化学、有机化学、风险分析与管理等。Reniers教授是过程安全领域国际知名专家,研究内容涵盖过程工业中的多米诺效应、化工行业安全管理、危化品运输安全、动态风险评估等,发表论文200篇以上,出版专著40部。Reniers教授目前担任欧洲安全与可靠性协会职业安全技术委员会的联合主席;安全中心主任(LDE);荷兰国家公共卫生与环境研究所高级专家;安全科学领域10多个重要学术会议的组织者/主席等职务,同时也是Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process IndustriesSafety ScienceReliability Engineering and System SafetySCI权威期刊的主编、副主编或客座编辑。

 

Genserik Reniers is a Full Professor at the Delft University of Technology, at the Safety and Security Science Group. He also is a Professor (in a part-time capacity) both at the University of Antwerp and at the KU Leuven (campus Brussels), both in Belgium, lecturing amongst others in chemistry, organic chemistry, and engineering risk analysis and risk management. He is a world-leading researcher in the field of process safety. His research involves domino effects (escalating accidents) in the process industry, Physical security in the chemical industry, hazmat transportation, dynamic risk assessments and harsh environments, etc. Amongst many other academic achievements and output, he has published 220+ scientific papers in high-quality academic journals, and has (co-)authored and (co-)edited some 40 books. He is a Receiving Editor/Associate Editor/Guest Editor of 5 international journals including Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, Safety Science, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, etc.

 

报告摘要:

在本演讲中,将使用微观经济学的基础理论来说明如何更好地指导安全相关的投资。为了改进安全相关决策,安全部门需要更多的经济学知识和使用方法。目前,相关决策更多地基于基本的风险优先级列表,并由直觉引导,而不是安全投资的客观成本和预计收益。

 

In this presentation, the basics of micro-economics is used to show how decisions regarding safety investments can be better guided than is the case today. More knowledge and use of economic approaches are needed by safety departments to improve safety-related decision-making. Currently, decisions are more based on rudimentary risk prioritization lists and driven by belly-feeling instead of objective costs and hypothetical benefits of safety investments.

 

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