A National Special Interest Group of the Australian Computer Society
ASSC 2018 centred on topics and issues surrounding strengthening and integrating safety engineering within Australia in the future.
This year six (6) keynote speakers were invited to present on subjects related to the conference theme of Strengthening and Integrating Systems Safety Engineering for Australia's Future
Paul Caseley (UK MOD Defence Science and Technologies Laboratory) - Not yet available
Bruce Hunter (CISA/CISM) - Understanding Risk in an Entangled World
Len Neist (Chief Engineer for Public Transport Victoria ) - Not yet available
Julian Robins (Northrup-Grumman Australia) - From Scepticism to Strength?
Andy Webb (Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator) - Rail Systems Safety: The challenges for industry
Dr Luke Wildman (Siemens Mobility) - Safety and Security for the Digital Railway
Back to the Future: Pollock versus Toulmin by R. Feodoroff
Tensions between Safety Cases and STAMP by D. Grivicic
A Lean Approach to CENELEC Compliance by A. Hussey
Fantasy Planning: The gap between systems of safety and safety of systems by B. Hutchinson, S. Dekker and A. Rae
Autonomous Vehicles for Public Transportation in Australia by V. Madasu and K. Anderson
"Strengthening and Integrating System Safety Engineering for Australia's Future" - OneSky by D. Reinhardt
Safe Autonomous Systems Require Changes in Business Relationships by J.Sciortino and M. Shadbolt
System Safety and Defence Aviation Safety Authority Competencies by P. Telfer
Australian Computer Society Certified System Safety Professional
A Lean Approach to CENELEC Compliance by A. Hussey.
Fantasy Planning: The gap between systems of safety and safety of systems by B. Hutchinson, S. Dekker and A. Rae.
Back to the Future - Pollock versus Toulmin by R. Feodoroff
Tensions between Safety Cases and STAMP - Why do they disagree and who is right? by D. Grivicic
Tutorials ASSC-2018 Survey
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