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JRA To Present at IMechE Safety Seminar


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JRA Aerospace Ltd
: 02 October, 2006  (New Product)
JRA To Present at IMechE Safety Seminar
Andy Evans, JRA's Director of Safety, will deliver a paper entitled 'Effective Development of Safety Cases for Legacy Systems' to the IMechE sponsored 'Cost of Safety Through-Life' seminar to be held at Birdgage Walk on the 13th October.

Many industries are facing similar challenges for both safety and reliability, which need to be addressed over the life of the enterprise.

The IMechE seminar will address the following common themes:

- Cost of achieving safety

- The processes that have been adopted to develop safety cases

- The interactions between various aspects of the overall safety cases and how information given and received is managed

- Through life issues for installations and how a safety case considers issues raised over the complete life cycle.

Andy's paper will address the unique challenge involved in developing safety cases for long established aircraft and equipment (legacy systems) in the UK military aviation environment.

It will consider the arguments for the development of legacy safety cases in the military aviation and related environments, provide a 3 part methodology for their development, and finish with 5 top tips from JRA's considerable experience of developing legacy safety cases for the Defence Logistics Organisation IPTs.
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