THE SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS CLUB, Seminar:
Managing ‘Black Swans’: Handling Rare and Severe Events Now and in the FutureThursday 2 December, 2021 - London, UK and blended online
This seminar will consider how to manage recovery from ‘Black Swan’ events in a safety context, ie. events which are rare, unexpected and have high impact. Events such as Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster or the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might be examples. However these events can occur in any sector.
The first part of this seminar looks at the current position in various industries. The second part examines the situation when complex automatic and autonomous functionality is involved. How do we make risk-based judgements when human involvement is restricted? There will be workshop session where delegates can explore the events and the possible solutions further.
A flyer for this event is available.
Speakers include (all TBC at this stage):
Wendy Owen, Bangor University - (Safety and) Resilience of Designs of the Future
Yvonne Oakshott, Leonardo
John Holmes, NATS
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