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Risk - we care!
April 13, 2017

The R-Tech is responsible to deliver the caLIBRAte specific critical milestone namely "Stakeholder Workshops". The purpose of this milestone is to identify the Stakeholders’ requirements and expectations regarding the future of caLIBRAte “Risk Governance Framework and System of Systems”. In this regard the 1st workshop has been completed where Stakeholders from Industry, regulators, Insurance and End-user were invited. A very active 2-way communication among Stakeholders and with the caLIBRAte project has helped all the Stakeholders to expresses their challenges and expectations.

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April 13, 2017

The project aims at the implementation of a customized, sustainable and future-oriented process safety management solution into NIS Gazprom Neft. The project is developed in two phases, the gap analysis phase and the implementation phase at three selected sites: Pančevo Refinery, Elemir Gas Refinery and Ovča gas storage. The Gap analysis phase was carried out in 2016 and implementation phase is currently at early stages.

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April 12, 2017
The Bio4Self project has published some new results about the development of polylactic acid (PLA) self-reinforced composite materials with high mechanical performance. In that manner, the results concerns hydrolytic stabilization of PLA, odour control, extrusion of PLA filaments with low and high melting point and also preliminary life cycle assessment (LCA). more
December 22, 2016
Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech) GmbH has participated and successfully presented the work related to the development of Nano-Risk Radar. The development of Nano-Risk Radar horizon scanning tool is being carried out in a large EU Horizon 2020 project, caLIBRAte (Performance testing, calibration and implementation of a next generation system-of-systems Risk Governance Framework for nanomaterials).  more
September 27, 2016
Biobased self-functionalised self-reinforced composite materials more
June 28, 2016

An article about Steinbeis R-Tech project, FIRE-RESIST, published in Research EU Results Magazine May 2016 issue.

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July 24, 2015

Prof. Jovanovic explains the Steinbeis vision and approach in his keynote at The World Congress of Risk in Singapore (July 19-23, 2015)

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Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group (R-Tech)

is a cluster of business units belonging to and/or linked to Steinbeis (www.steinbeis.de). Over 1000 Steinbeis units are present in over 50 countries worldwide and they act today as a global player in the area of innovation management and technology transfer. The “Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies” group of units deals with various aspects of risks, risk engineering and risk management, in:
  • petro-chemical and process plants
  • power plants and energy supply
  • material technologies, especially advanced material technologies
  • new & alternative technologies (CO2, H2, nano, …)
  • other areas
Main practical issues dealt with are:
  • risks in/of innovation (e.g. risks of unexpected side-effects)
  • risk of non-performance or performance below expectations (e.g. risks of system or component failures)
  • risk of adverse/unexpected effects and impacts (e.g. on public health and/or environment)
  • risks over the life-cycle of products and technologies (e.g. unexpected problems in decommissioning or recycling phase)
  • risk-based inspection (RBI)
  • reliability centered maintenance (RCM)
  • project risks, especially in innovation, R&D and new technologies oriented projects.
Organizing European and national stakeholders, promoting and supporting technology transfer, introducing new approaches to the risks and their management, developing specific methods and tools are examples of these activities.

R-Tech is also one of the five founding members of  European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management EU-VRi. The institute (www.eu-vri.eu) is an EEIG (European Economic Interest Grouping). The group is capable to cover the above topics either on its own or in close co-operation with Steinbeis network, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi), Virtual Institute of Knowledge-based Multifunctional Materials (KMM-VIN), European Technology Platform Industrial Safety (ETPIS) and other networks (all involving over 2,000 persons and over 500 companies).
The activities of the R-Tech group involve projects and activities on industrial, national, EU, and international level, tackling, e.g.:
  • integrated management of risk related to new technologies (e.g the iNTeg-Risk project)
  • smart resilience indicators for Smart Critical Infrastructures (SCIs) (SmartResilience Project)
  • standardization it the area of emerging risks and resilience, e.g. the CWA 16694 (DIN SPEC 91299:2013-10)
In order to provide the optimal service and results, the R-Tech group has dedicated units for specific area of “advanced risk technologies” such as:
  • technology transfer
  • education
  • R&D
  • industrial services (“business-oriented”)
  • EU-related issues

Large web-based system iRiS (Integrated Risk Management System) and its derivatives have been developed for the petroleum and power industries and have been applied worldwide. R-Tech supports ETPIS - European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety, coordinates activities in the area of emerging risk and has leaded the activity on standardizing the EU approach in the area of RBI (Risk Based Inspection), leading to the CEN Workshop Agreement document 15740: 2008/2011 and the subsequent EU-standard EN 16991:2016



 

Main premises of Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech):
Lange Str. 54
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Registered address & other premises:
Haus der Wirtschaft
Willi-Bleicher-Straße 19
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Phone: +49 711 410041-27/-28/-29/-33
Fax: +49 711 410041-24
Steinbeis Headquarters Switchboard: +49 711 1839 5