The first international Safety Case Symposium will be held in Singapore on 14-15 March 2018

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Recently SafetyCase.SG has been informed of one call-for-paper invitation (SafetyCaseSymposium 2018 – Call for Papers )for the first international safety case symposium.

From this call-for-paper invitation, some key message is found:

  1. It’s the first  international safety case symposium.
  2. It’ll be held in Singapore on 14-15 March 2018.
  3. The technical partners for this event are TUV Rheinland and Singapore Institute of Technology.
  4. This event is themed Technologies, Methodologies and Regulations about safety case.
  5. The target interest groups are: safety/security regulators, process industries or other Major Accident Hazard Facilities, safety professionals, university and research institutes, standards development bodies, engineering communities and other relevant stakeholders of safety case regime.
  6. The presented topics will cover developments and trends of state-of-the-art technology, best engineering practices, in-depth methodology argument, latest regulations/standards update, or other relevant topics in Safety Case in the context of Singapore and/or global market.
  7. Some key timeline for the paper submission:
     Receipt of abstracts: by December 29 2017
     Notification of acceptance: by January 22, 2018
     Receipt of final papers and presentations: by February 22, 2018

Why Singapore? 

SafetyCase.SG understands this important international event chooses Singapore for possibly some of below reasons:

  1. Singapore is geographically  located in the center of Asia Pacific.
  2. It’s well known as the hub for international events, with easy visa access.
  3.  Singapore is among those countries who have adopted Safety Case  Symposium.

How to submit a paper? 

Please refer to attached file: (SafetyCaseSymposium 2018 – Call for Papers )

Alternatively, go for the event’s web page of Call for Papers.

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