Participants in the Electric Utility Consultants’ Seismic Probabilistic Risk Assessment course will learn methods of identification for seismic risk and hazards at generation plants and other industrial complexes.
The course, instructed by John Stamatakos, Ph. D., will detail seismic risk analysis mechanisms and ready participants to assist in the preparation and execution of seismic vulnerability reviews at their own organizations. This will improve the safety, increase reliability and reduce cost expenditures to meet the appropriate seismic risk.
Topics of the course include:
- ensuring maximum amount of seismic protection in the most cost effective manner
- determining how to assess seismic risk at generation plants and other industrial complexes
- calculating the vulnerabilities to seismic activity of a particular plant
- preparing and execution of a seismic vulnerability review
The course will be held April 14 and 15 at the Fairmont San Jose in San Jose, CA. More information on the course can be found here.
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