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Transferable Safety - Fact or Fiction? - 5 Dec 2013

This seminar, organised as a collaboration between the Independent Safety Assurance Working Group and the SCSC, addressed transferability issues relating to safety, in particular as they affect Independent Safety Assessors (ISAs). Read about the Transferable Safety seminar on our blog.

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On 7 April 2014, the IET Bristol Local Network held a joint event with the Safety Community.  Ron Pierce, the current Chairman of the Community Steering Group, gave a presentation titled Functional Safety Made Easy .  His talk introduced some of the concepts and general principals of managing functional safety in critical systems,... read more...
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On 5 December 2013, the Independent Safety Assurance Working Group organised a successful seminar on the reuse of safety arguments and evidence, in collaboration with the Safety Critical Systems Club .  The theme of the day was "Transferable Safety".  Can a system or component that has been approved for use in one context... read more...
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