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Training Courses

April 07, 2019

Safety Case Development and Review Course (University of York)

Following the highly successful delivery of this course in August 2018 in Melbourne, the Australian Safety Critical Systems Association (aSCSa) is offering this course again in April 2019 in Canberra. This 5-day course from the University of York is presented by Prof Tim Kelly and Dr David Pumfrey and counts towards an MSc in Safety Critical Systems Engineering and counts for 40 hours CPD.

This course addresses the production and assessment of safety cases within safety projects. It covers:

  • the role, purpose and typical content of safety cases;

  • explains how safety case arguments and evidence can be selected;

  • relates the development and maintenance of safety cases to the engineering lifecycle;

  • details how safety case arguments can be critically assessed;

  • explains the regulatory context for a safety case development regime.


Details are being finalized and will be provided in the forthcoming aSCSa Newsletter (January).

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