Benintendi, R.

University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy

Renato Benintendi has 30 yr of experience in loss prevention and process safety. He holds an advanced degree in chemical engineering from the University of Naples in Italy. A Fellow of the IChemE, Mr. Benintendi is the International Strategy Manager of the Project Evaluation Laboratory for the University of Salerno, as well as a consultant at Amec Foster Wheeler in Reading, UK.

Upgrade the ALARP model as a holistic approach to project risk and decision management: A case stud

Benintendi, R., De Mare, G., Nesticó, A., University of Salerno

A previous article1 outlined the extended approach of the ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) approach to the direction of the lifecycle project risk management and decision-making process.

Upgrade the ALARP model as a holistic approach to project risk and decision management

Benintendi, R., De Mare, G., University of Salerno

The ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) model was developed by the UK Health and Safety Executive to establish and justify risk acceptability limits.