The Safety Critical Systems Handbook : A Straig... __FULL__
IEC 61513 provides requirements and recommendations for the instrumentationand control for systems important to safety of nuclear power plants. Itindicates the general requirements for systems that contain conventionalhardwired equipment, computer-based equipment or a combination of both types ofequipment.
The Safety Critical Systems Handbook : A Straig...
This white paper lays out some foundational information about differentapproaches to safety: how various industries differ in their approaches tosafety engineering, and a comparison of three general approaches to safety(system safety, industrial safety engineering, and reliability engineering).An attempt is made to lay out the properties of industries and systems thatmake one approach more appropriate than another.
Van Eikema Hommes, Q. D. (2016, June). Assessment of safety standards forautomotive electronic control systems. (Report No. DOT HS 812 285).Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
You should be protected from unsafe or ineffective systems. Automated systems should be developed with consultation from diverse communities, stakeholders, and domain experts to identify concerns, risks, and potential impacts of the system. Systems should undergo pre-deployment testing, risk identification and mitigation, and ongoing monitoring that demonstrate they are safe and effective based on their intended use, mitigation of unsafe outcomes including those beyond the intended use, and adherence to domain-specific standards. Outcomes of these protective measures should include the possibility of not deploying the system or removing a system from use. Automated systems should not be designed with an intent or reasonably foreseeable possibility of endangering your safety or the safety of your community. They should be designed to proactively protect you from harms stemming from unintended, yet foreseeable, uses or impacts of automated systems. You should be protected from inappropriate or irrelevant data use in the design, development, and deployment of automated systems, and from the compounded harm of its reuse. Independent evaluation and reporting that confirms that the system is safe and effective, including reporting of steps taken to mitigate potential harms, should be performed and the results made public whenever possible.
Access to critical resources or services, such as healthcare, financial services, safety, social services, non-deceptive information about goods and services, and government benefits. 041b061a72