This is Mil-Std-882E Safety Requirements Hazard Analysis (SRHA).
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The 200-series tasks fall into several natural groups. Task 203 address the identification and analysis of safety requirements at multiple levels.
In the 45-minute video, The Safety Artisan looks at Safety Requirements Hazard Analysis, or SRHA, which is Task 203 in the Mil-Std-882E standard. We explore Task 203’s aim, description, scope and contracting requirements. SRHA is an important and complex task, which needs to be done on several levels to be successful. This video explains the issues and discusses how to perform SRHA well.
The text from the standard follows:
“SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS HAZARD ANALYSIS
203.1 Purpose. Task 203 is to perform and document a System Requirements Hazard Analysis (SRHA) to determine the design requirements to eliminate hazards or reduce the associated risks for a system, to incorporate these requirements into the appropriate system documentation, and to assess compliance of the system with these requirements. The SRHA addresses all life-cycle phases and modes.
203.2 Task description. The contractor shall perform and document an SRHA to:
203.2.1 Determine system design requirements to eliminate hazards or reduce the associated risks by identifying applicable policies, regulations, standards, etc. and analyzing identified hazards.
a. The contractor shall identify applicable requirements by reviewing military and industry standards and specifications; historical documentation on similar and legacy systems; Department of Defense (DoD) requirements (to include risk mitigation technology requirements); system performance specifications; other system design requirements and documents; applicable Federal, military, State, and local regulations; and applicable Executive Orders (EOs) and international agreements.
b. The contractor shall recommend appropriate system design requirements to eliminate hazards or reduce the associated risks identified in accordance with Section 4 of this Standard.
c. The contractor shall define verification and validation approaches for each design requirement to eliminate hazards or reduce associated risk.
203.2.2 Incorporate approved design requirements into the engineering design documents, and hardware, software, and system test plans, as appropriate. As the design evolves, ensure applicable design requirements flow down into the system and subsystem specifications, preliminary hardware configuration item development specifications, software requirements specifications, interface requirements specifications, and equivalent documents. As appropriate, use engineering change proposals to incorporate applicable design requirements into these documents.
203.2.3 Assess compliance of the development of the system hardware and associated software with the identified requirements. The contractor shall:
a. Address requirements at all contractually required technical reviews, including design reviews (such as Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design Review (CDR)) and the Software Specification Review. The contractor shall address the hazards, mitigation measures, means of verification and validation, and recommendations.
b. Review test plans and results for verification and validation of hardware and software compliance with requirements. This includes verification and validation of the effectiveness of risk mitigation measures.
c. Ensure that hazard mitigation information are incorporated into the operator, maintenance, user, training, logistics, diagnostic, and demilitarization and disposal manuals and plans.
203.3. Details to be specified. The Request for Proposal (RFP) and Statement of Work (SOW) shall include the following, as applicable:
a. Imposition of Task 203. (R)
b. Identification of functional discipline(s) design requirements to be addressed by this task. (R)
c. Contractor level of effort support required for design, technical, and other program reviews. (R)
d. Tailor 203.2.2 and 203.2.3 as appropriate to reflect the contractual relationship with the contractor responsible for design. (R)
e. Concept of operations.
f. Other specific hazard management requirements, e.g., specific risk definitions and matrix to be used on this program.“
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