European Safety, Reliability and Data Association (ESReDA)
Association européenne pour la sûreté, la fiabilité et les données
1992, on merger of U-XU8603 - European Reliability Data Bank Association (EuReData) with European Safety and Reliability Research and Development Association (ESRRDA). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Focus the European experience in the fields of security, safety, reliability, maintainability, lifetime and management of technological and human risk; harmonize and facilitate European Research and Development on these techniques; promote the setting up, development, operation and maintenance of data banks concerning these techniques; provide expert opinion in these fields to the European Commission and other national, European or international organisms; improve the communication between researchers, industry, university, databank owners and users and government bodies; contribute to safety and reliability education, its integration with engineering disciplines and in arriving at international definitions, methods and norms; contribute to national, European and international efforts in field of standardization and methodological guides elaboration.
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General Assembly (once a year); Board of Directors (twice a year).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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