Safety cases: success or failure?
This paper sets out the historical background to the development of safety cases as a tool to manage and regulate major hazard industries, primarily in the UK. The main features of successful safety case systems are described and an assessment made of the successes and failures in their application. 1. It is probably only possible to achieve absolute safety if as a society we do not undertake hazardous activities. However we know that the application of technology brings great benefits to us...[Show more]
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