The Hazards Forum was founded by the UK’s four principal engineering institutions in 1989. We’ve since welcomed members from engineering bodies, the public and charity sectors, and industry.
Our Engineering Members include professional engineering institutions licensed by the Engineering Council (UK), professional affiliates of the Engineering Council (UK), and distinguished public or charity sector organisations concerned principally with the advancement of engineering.
● Institution of Civil Engineers
● Institution of Mechanical Engineers
● Institution of Chemical Engineers
● Royal Academy of Engineering
Our Associate Members are bodies drawn from both the public and charity sectors, and whose purpose or objects broadly align with those of the Forum.
● Health and Safety Executive
● Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
● Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
● Office for Nuclear Regulation
● Temporary Works Forum
● Office for Rail and Road
Our Corporate Members are bodies drawn from any sector or industry which has an interest in the work of the Hazards Forum and who endorse its objects, but do not meet the criteria for Associate Membership.
● BP PLC
● Corporate Risk Associates
● Sellafield Ltd.
Distinguished status. The Trustees can decide to grant distinguished status to someone who has contributed significantly to the Hazards Forum, and who has attained eminence in some branch of engineering, or in the arts and sciences related to engineering. Distinguished status is granted by resolution at a meeting of the Trustees.
● Professor Philip A Bennett FREng
● Sir David Davies CBE FREng FRS
● Dr Ian Lawrenson OBE
● Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Paul Thomas CB FREng FCGI HonFNucl HonFSaRS
● Dr Luise Vassie FinstP CFIOSH