By Mike Ainsworth, Katherine Eastaughffe, Alan Simpson (auth.), Felix Redmill, Tom Anderson (eds.)
Aspects of protection Management includes the invited papers awarded on the 9th annual Safety-critical platforms Symposium, held in Bristol, February 2001. For it slow, it's been recognized that technical concerns are just one aspect of the protection coin. the opposite, usually dominant function, is energetic, knowledgeable and dedicated administration. An knowing of hazard, emphasis on schooling and using language, consciousness to studying classes from either examine and different sectors, and the advance of the perfect employees competences, are all features of protection administration. The papers contained inside of this quantity conceal a extensive diversity of topics, yet all have the typical hyperlink of security administration. They current loads of business event, in addition to a few contemporary educational research.
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An example argument exported 45 from ASCE is shown in Figure 2. , itI'Ipro _ _ nt. lIId ... EVIO! kriplion ... EVIDENCE: ... Figure 2. Example argument exported from ASCE • Re-usable safety justifications. g. an operating system or a database). Similarly if the same system is deployed on different sites similar safety arguments can be deployed, although changes will be needed to take account of the safety requirements of specific sites. At the other end of the scale, there are experienced organisations with wellestablished safety management systems (SMS) that have been approved by safety regulators.
The role of the SRG is to audit the implementation of safety management system and the associated safety cases. • Approval of safety cases submitted directly to the SRG (typically from smaller organisations). • Approval against the requirements in CAP 670 For both audit and approval, the regulator requires assurance that safety goals will be met. To assist this process the SRG have been developing a goal-based approach to regulation covering software aspects of ATS under the CAP 670 regulations.
As mentioned above it was not possible in the development of SWOt to fmd a procedure that was appropriate for a regulation although we have prototyped a number of approaches (scoring methods, decision graphs) that might help. 5 Summary and conclusions There are clear benefits in adopting a goal-based approach to safety regulation as it gives greater freedom in developing technical solutions and accommodating different standards. A specific example has been described which has been developed for air traffic management software.