Team's discussion on rail crash continues….got some clues on how to go about the presentation..,,team decided on categorising the problems based on various systems (train, guard….) and look for tools which might have been used to avoid those incidences. If we do so will we miss the system thinking or wholistic view again. During discussion one among the reason attributed was to the non-compatibility which would have arised at various stages of development (train station design, railway tracks laying, building trains…..). Anyway, I have to look at RBD and its application in this accident. Need to give a try on this. Seminar discussion started with the same few discussion (Gez views on involvement in discussions are acceptable and expected)....came to vague conclusion as we cannot quantify robustness….I differ in this…thats how it would have started for quality….but today we have hundreds of rating systems to do so…If robustness is the future then people will emerge up with quantifying…..Presentations by Graham & Ossie singh gave a feel as if I am sitting in TVSM…..almost all that was stated right from TGR/TGW/top most complaints/approach to the above…everything were similar. During the post discussion the speakers confirmed the teams thoughts during the seminar and they were not sure about the rating ….. comment by ossie singh that reliability and robustness are interchangeable has taken me back…...long tiring day
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