About Our Members
Our membership is a mix of organisations and individuals who wish to participate in, and find inspiration from, the multi-disciplinary nature of the community.
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.
Our Associate Members are bodies drawn from both the public and charity sectors, and whose purpose / objects are broadly aligned to the Objects of the Hazards Forum.
Our Corporate Members are bodies drawn from any sector or industry who have an interest in the work of the Hazards Forum and who endorse its Objects, but do not meet the criteria for Associate Membership.
Our Individual Affiliates are those who have an interest in the work of the Hazards Forum and who endorse its Objects. Individual Affiliates shall normally have attained Chartered status of a professional organisation or learned society.
Distinguished status. The Trustees may decide to grant distinguished status to persons who have contributed significantly to the Hazards Forum, and who have attained eminence in some branch of engineering, or in the arts and sciences related thereto. Distinguished status shall only be granted by resolution at a meeting of the Trustees.
Institution of Civil Engineers
Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Institution of Chemical Engineers
Royal Academy of Engineering
Health and Safety Executive
Office for Nuclear Regulation
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Temporary Works Forum
Corporate Risk Associates
Safety Systems Research Centre, University of Bristol
Dr Luise Vassie FinstP CFIOSH
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