Machinery Safety 101

SPCE 2020

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The IEEE Sym­posi­um on Product Com­pli­ance Engin­eer­ing is the premi­er product safety engin­eer­ing con­fer­ence, a place where engin­eer­ing pro­fes­sion­als in con­sumer products, IT, med­ic­al, indus­tri­al and pro­fes­sion­al equip­ment gath­er each year to dis­cuss advance­ments in product safety.

If your work includes product safety stand­ards, risk assess­ment or reg­u­lat­ory com­pli­ance, this is the con­fer­ence for you.

There is only one week until SPCE 2020!

Vir­tu­al Regis­tra­tion Rates

IEEE & PSES Mem­bers Late RegistrationUSD 210
Non-Mem­bers Late RegistrationUSD 260
IEEE Life Mem­bers & StudentsUSD 85

The live ses­sions will be held Novem­ber 16 – 20. At the con­clu­sion of the live con­fer­ence, all con­tent will be put on-demand on the SPCE 2020 Vir­tu­al Plat­form. This will allow you to view the record­ings from all of the live ses­sions for over a month!

What inter­est­ing top­ics and speak­ers will be at SPCE 2020?

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Meet the IEEE SPCE 2020 Key­note Speaker!

Dr. John Thomas leads research in MIT’s Engin­eer­ing Sys­tems Lab to study engin­eer­ing mis­takes and human error in order to devel­op sys­tem­at­ic meth­ods to pre­vent them. His primary research is focused on Sys­tems The­or­et­ic Pro­cess Ana­lys­is (STPA) and related meth­ods for sys­tem safety, secur­ity, and human factors engin­eer­ing. His back­ground includes work in med­ic­al devices, nuc­le­ar power plants, inform­a­tion tech­no­logy, autonom­ous vehicles (land, air, and space), robot­ics, man­u­fac­tur­ing, and oth­ers. He teaches classes on soft­ware engin­eer­ing, sys­tem engin­eer­ing, sys­tem safety, cyber­se­cur­ity, and human factors. He serves on industry com­mit­tees respons­ible for inter­na­tion­al safety and cyber­se­cur­ity stand­ards by ISO, IEC, SAE, and oth­ers. He col­lab­or­ates extens­ively with industry and provides pro­fes­sion­al edu­ca­tion on the latest gen­er­a­tion of sys­tem safety approaches.

Email [email protected] for all ques­tions, com­ments, and concerns!

Full dis­clos­ure: Neither Doug Nix, nor Com­pli­ance inSight Con­sult­ing Inc. has any finacial or oth­er interest in the SPCE con­fer­ence. Doug Nix has been a mem­ber of the IEEE PSES, primary spon­sors of the SPCE, since 2004.

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