Re: [SystemSafety] Safety Cases

From: nfr < >
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2014 11:19:22 +0000

In the 1980s, 'the safety case' was defined as having the purpose of answering three questions:

  1. What could [possibly] go wrong?
  2. Why won't it?
  3. But what if it did?

One or two of you might propose that each of these questions could be answered by a single sentence. But, with a bit of thought, you'll recognise that, in order to answer the questions fully, a great deal of evidence must be adduced, from a great deal of work - from complete and correct specification, through thorough design, hazard ID, risk assessment, etc., to emergency planning.

Felix.



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