Risk analysis is broadly defined to include risk assessment, risk characterization, risk communication, risk management, and policy relating to risk. Our interests include risks to human health and the environment, both built and natural. We consider threats from physical, chemical, and biological agents and from a variety of human activities as well as natural events. We analyze risks of concern to individuals, to public- and private-sector organizations, and to society at various geographic scales. Our membership is multidisciplinary and international. Learn more.
Abstracts are invited for the 3rd conference which will be held at Aalto University, Espoo, Finland, November 2-3, 2017 (20 minutes’ bus trip from Helsinki).
SRA invites the submission of abstracts for presentations at the Fifth World Congress on Risk to be held in Cape Town, South Africa, May 6-8, 2019.
SRA invites you to submit an original image which you have created to communicate an interesting aspect of risk or risk analysis. Entries are due by October 31.
The Society for Risk Analysis is delighted to announce that Chuck Haas, Area Editor for Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) for Risk Analysis: An International Journal, is the recipient of the 2017 Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Prize honoring excellence in water quality research.
On March 20, 2017 the second Annual Meeting of the SRA Europe Benelux chapter took place at the Netherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).
SRA will partner with the March for Science to be held April 22. SRA President Margaret MacDonell describes this international movement to champion the role of science in serving society and advancing the common good as strongly aligning with SRA’s founding principles.
We invite your abstracts for presentations and workshops at SRA's Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA, December 10-14.
SRA Around the World
Visit our Regional Organizations section to learn more about our activities worldwide.
Visit our Specialty Groups section to learn more about some of the many substantive and disciplinary areas we represent.