SCSC Seminar "What Makes Good Evidence for a Safety Case?", 30 November 2023
I hope you are well.
I am writing with a reminder that the SCSC's next one-day seminar is taking place on Thursday 30th November, at the Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE. There are still a few places left.
"What Makes Good Evidence for a Safety Case?"
This seminar will examine the role of evidence in supporting a safety case. What makes strong, compelling evidence - and what is weaker evidence? If evidence is not available or is of poor quality what can be done to make up the gaps? If evidence is continually evolving or being updated how should this be handled?
Different types and characteristics of evidence will be highlighted, and their advantages and disadvantages discussed.
- Paul Hampton, CGI - 'Assurance Evidence for a Satellite Datacomms to Civil Aircraft System'
- Norina (Popa) Ratiu and Rebecca Wilford, Oxa - 'Autonomous Vehicles and Safety Case Evidence'
- Sarah Tovey, MOD - 'Confessions of an auditor'
- Sean White, NHS England - 'Addressing the Challenges of Evidence in Healthcare IT'
- Andy Whalley, BAE Systems - 'Keeping an Operational Safety Case Alive and Well'
- Helen Wright, ARC Ltd - 'Safety Evidence: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'
There will also be a discussion with the audience as to what makes the 'best' evidence and what approaches can be used to obtain evidence.
The event will start at 0930 and finish at 1700.
To book please visit: https://scsc.uk/e1043