Part 3: Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

Part 3: Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

In the final part of our “Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector” blog, we are looking beyond the railway functional safety standardization framework to see how other safety relevant industries are addressing functional safety aspects. The series of railway RAMS...
Lorit Consultancy GmbH is Launched!

Lorit Consultancy GmbH is Launched!

We are delighted to announce that Lorit Consultancy GmbH was founded on 17th October 2018 in Salzburg. Our growing team enables us to provide additional resource to support our customer base from both our sites in Scotland and now in the Mozartstadt in Austria. Our...
ISO 26262 – Diversity for Diversity’s Sake

ISO 26262 – Diversity for Diversity’s Sake

It’s been a long time coming, but the eagerly awaited second edition of ISO 26262 will soon be released. One of the topics that has led to much discussion over the years, since the first edition was released, is the usage of the tables defining methods and techniques...
Part 2: Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

Part 2: Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

In our previous blog, “Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector”, we looked at the benefits of marrying the Cone of Uncertainty concept with the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) lifecycle. This enables us to assess more accurately the...
Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

Keeping Safety on track in the Rail Sector

Another busy morning in the office, coffee poured, all set for the day ahead. An email arrives asking for sign off to authorize a new release of a safety critical electronic control board on an in-service train. I could do the sign off in the blink of an eye, but am I...