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Publishing in the Safety and Reliability Journal

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Why publish in the Safety and Reliability Journal? Watch our presentation to find out and submit a paper here http://www.editorialmanager.com/tsar/default.aspx

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Publishing in the Safety and Reliability Journal

  1. 1. Publishing in our journal Good for you Good for your organisation Good for the profession
  2. 2. What is SaRS? • The Safety and Reliability Society (SaRS) was formed in 1980 • SaRS is a Professional Affiliate of the Engineering Council • SaRS has links with many organisations including European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA) and British Standards Institute (BSI) • SaRS is run by volunteers who know and understand Safety and Reliability – It’s run by the members for the members • It promotes Safety and Reliability learning, development and recognition across all industries in the UK and Internationally • Honorary Fellows include individuals such as Lord Cullen and Mike Weightman Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  3. 3. SaRS Journal • Great way to get a paper published • It’s published four times per year by Taylor and Francis: – Individual papers – Themed papers • The journal is published in hard copy and online and is indexed on Thomson and Reuters databases • Easy to submit a paper Safety and Reliability Society 2017 Good for you - Good for your organisation- Good for the profession
  4. 4. Our readers Our members • Individuals or company affiliates • As well as our Members and Fellows anyone can join SaRS as an Associate or a Student • It’s not just for engineers – mathematicians, physicists, chemists, psychologists, sociologists, etc. working in the field can (and do) join and benefit as members Our subscribers • Libraries and organisations that pay for whole back catalogue • People who purchase individual papers Your peers, employer, clients, stakeholders Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  5. 5. Expertise The membership of the Society includes safety and reliability experts from many specialisms, a wide range of disciplines and across many industries including: • Defence, Rail, Oil and gas, Transportation, Nuclear, Energy, Chemical, Aerospace, Maritime This provides a unique environment for: • The transfer of knowledge from one industry to another • Learning lessons from enquiries and incident reports that are analysed for cross-industry differences and commonalities • Peer review from cross-industry experts Safety and Reliability Society 2017
  6. 6. SaRS Journal • Why submit papers? • Why read it? Safety and Reliability Society 2017 Good for you Good for your organisation Good for the profession
  7. 7. Good for you – Build and maintain your reputation in the field of Safety and Reliability – Gauge the quality and relevance of your work through peer review – Networking - it can put you in touch with people doing similar relevant work – Gain new insights and ideas – Improve your writing skills AREVA RMC, Birchwood 08/05/2014
  8. 8. Good for your organisation • Provides evidence of recognition of expertise to clients and stakeholders • Enhances skills of employees, breadth and quality of their work • Provides fresh perspectives that may otherwise be overlooked • New business contacts AREVA RMC, Birchwood 08/05/2014
  9. 9. Good for the profession • Raises the profession’s profile and reputation • Informs and influences our stakeholders • Establishes and shares knowledge and best practice AREVA RMC, Birchwood 08/05/2014
  10. 10. Contact Details Submit a paper or article: http://www.editorialmanager.com/tsar/default.aspx If you are interested in publishing in the journal please contact us - we will be happy to help: Alec Bounds, Editor in Chief: alec.bounds@arcadis.com Nicola Stacey - Promotion and Guest Edited Issues: nicola.stacey@sars.org.uk See details of the scope of the journal on the website - www.sars.org.uk If you would like to advertise in the journal or any of our publications please contact the office info@sars.org.uk Thank you Safety and Reliability Society 2017

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