Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1228-1994

IEEE Standard for Software Safety Plans

The minimum acceptable requirements for the content of a software safety plan are established. This standard applies to the software safety plan used for the development, procurement, maintenance, and retirement of safety-critical software. This standard requires that the plan be prepared within the context of the system safety program. Only the safety aspects of the software are included. This standard does not contain special provisions required for software used in distributed systems or in parallel processors.

Standards Committee
C/S2ESC - Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
1989-11-09
Board Approval
1994-03-17
History
ANSI Approved:
1994-09-02
Published:
1993-11-30
Reaffirmed:
2010-03-25
Inactivated Date:
2021-03-25

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/S2ESC - Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
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Working Group
SS_WG - Software Safety Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Taz Daughtrey

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P1228

Standard for Software Safety

This standard applies to software safety during the development, procurement, maintenance, and retirement of safety-critical software; for example, software products whose failure could cause loss of life, serious harm, or have widespread negative social impact. This standard requires that software safety be considered within the context of the system safety program throughout the software lifecycle. The scope of this standard includes only the safety aspects of the software. This standard also discusses aspects of software safety related to interoperation with other systems or constituents of a system of systems.

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