course: Introduction to System Safety Engineering and Management
- teaching methods:
- lecture with integrated tutorials
- computer based presentation
- responsible person:
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christof Paar
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christof Paar (ETIT), Dr. Ibrahim Habli (extern), Dr. Oleg Lisagor (extern)
- offered in:
- summer term
dates in summer term
- start: Tuesday the 06.06.2017 in ID 03/445
- lecture: Tuesday the 06.06.2017
- lecture: Wednesday the 07.06.2017
- lecture: Thursday the 08.06.2017
- lecture: Friday the 09.06.2017
Exam registration: Directly with the lecturer
On completion of this block course, participants will:
- understand risk, and the factors influencing perception and acceptability of risk;
- be able to give definitions of safety-related terminology and discuss how the use of terminology varies between countries and industrial sectors;
- have an understanding of typical safety-critical systems lifecycles and the roles of the major groups of techniques within the lifecycle.
This block course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and principles of system safety, including risk, hazard, accidents, and failure, and techniques for safety analysis and assessment. It also provides a brief overview of related material, such as legal issues, management of safety critical projects, and human factors.
Topics include: - Introduction to accidents, hazards and risk; - Formal definitions of safety engineering terminology; - Legal and moral context; - System lifecycles view of safety activities; - The concept of Safety Risk and making decisions about risk; - Introduction to Safety Cases; - Overview of safety analysis techniques; - Safety-critical software; - Introduction to Safety Cases; - Introduction to Safety Management
experience with programming or software development is useful when attending the course
This course addresses only to master students.
For registration please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 02, 2017 at the latest. Since the number of participants is limited registrations are considered on a first come basis.