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 Safety-Critical Systems Club 
 For Everyone Working in Systems Safety

The SCSC is the UK's professional network for sharing knowledge about system safety.  It brings together engineers and specialists from a range of disciplines and industries working in system safety, academics researching the arena of system safety, providers of the tools and services that are needed to develop the systems, and the regulators who oversee safety.

The SCSC provides seminars, workshops and tutorials throughout the year, with a three-day annual Safety-Critical Systems Symposium in February.

More about the SCSC

Latest news:

The SCSC Safety Critical Systems Symposium 2021 (SSS'21) - Call for abstracts

The Safety Critical Systems Symposium 2021 will be held from 9-11th February 2021 in Bristol, UK.

An invitation to submit an abstract has been published.  Authors for papers should submit a title and 200 word abstract to by 30th June 2020.  Selected authors will then be asked to submit their paper by 30th October 2020.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Seminar Safe Use of Multi-Core and Manycore Processors which was scheduled for April is now planned for September.  The Seminar New Safety Analysis Techniques has been postponed until later in the year.  We will continue to monitor the situation and update the status as required.

New: Covid-19 Working group

If you would like to participate in this new working group please see the working group page at

New: Multi- and Manycore Safety Working Group (MCWG)

It was planned to launch this new working group at the SCSC Multicore Seminar ( on 30 April 2020. Due to the unprecedented impact of Covid-19 this will not be possible. Therefore, the working group will be launched remotely, making use of WebEx facilities. If you would like to take part, please contact or visit the working group page