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position: Committee Member
name: Bradley Robb
description: Bradley Robb is an accomplished risk and safety engineer, executive manager, and is the Managing Director of ALARP Solutions. He started his career in the Navy as a Marine Engineering Officer before transferring to the Fleet Air Arm where he also qualified as an Aeronautical Engineering Officer in the Fleet Air Arm. Brad subsequently transferred to the Air Force and continued his engineering career working across a broad range of projects and programs. During this phase of his career, he developed skills and gained valuable experience in Systems Engineering disciplines such as Software Development, Verification and Verification, Reliability Availability and Maintainability, and Systems Safety, while also taking on roles in Project Management, Joint Operations and Training Development and Delivery.

On leaving the ADF, Brad chose to become a risk and safety engineering specialist and soon found his way back working in the Defence sector on major acquisition projects such as LHD and AWD but was also worked in other sectors including Commercial Marine, Commercial Aviation, Oil & Gas, and Rail. Over the last 6 years, Brad’s involvement with the Collins Submarine Program has included supporting CASG as the System Safety, V&V and Certification Manager on the Collins Sonar Upgrade Program, and currently he supports Defence Industry working below the line delivering system safety training and undertaking detailed functional safety analysis to support the Collins LOT program.

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