MISRA is pleased to announce that a draft of its “Guidelines for Automotive Safety Case Arguments” will shortly be available for public review. The ISO 26262 standard defines a safety case as an “argument that the safety requirements for an item are complete and satisfied by evidence compiled from work products of the safety activities during development”. This new MISRA document will give practical guidance on a model for structuring automotive safety arguments, although its principles may also be applicable in other sectors.
Update 25 November 2016. The call for reviewers is now closed. Thank you to everyone who has responded and we will be in contact within the next week regarding the next steps in the review process.
Information on upcoming meetings etc....
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