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Buy Safety Assessment Techniques Overview! We will look at how different analysis techniques can be woven together. How does one analysis feed into another? What do we need to get sufficient coverage to be confident that we’ve done enough?

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Learning Objectives: Safety Assessment Techniques Overview

You will be able to:

  • List and ‘sequence’ the five types of risk analysis;
  • Describe how the types fit together as a whole;
  • Describe the benefits of each type of analysis;
  • Describe an example of each type of analysis;
  • Select analyses to meet your needs;
  • Design an analysis program for different applications; and
  • Understand issues driving the use of techniques and level of effort.

Topics: Safety Assessment Techniques Overview

  • Overview of Sequence;
  • Hazard Identification;
  • Requirements Analysis;
  • Cause Analysis;
  • Consequence Analysis; and
  • Control Effectiveness Analysis.

Transcript: Safety Assessment Techniques Overview

I’m Simon, your host. And today we’ve got, quite a special subject.

I’m going to be talking about safety analysis techniques, and this is a special subject because it’s by special request from my friends at the University of Southern California. Thank you to them. And what we’re going to be doing in today’s session is an overview of these different techniques, their benefits, and the options that you have for applying techniques in order to come up with a whole program of analysis.

Let’s Explain what I Mean

What we’re going to get out of today is after this you will be able to list and sequence the five types of risk analysis, and it says sequence in inverted commas because, as we’ll see, it’s not quite as simple as just going through it once in sequence, and that’s it. We tend to reiterate, but anyway, there is a natural sequence to this stuff, and we’ll see what that is.

Secondly, you’ll be able to describe how these different types of analyses fit together and how they feed each other and complement each other. That’s very important. If we’re going to come up with a reasonable whole; we’re going to describe the benefits of each type of analysis.

I will provide at least one example of each type of analysis, sometimes more than one.

We’re going to talk about how you would select analyses to meet your needs when analyzing a specific system. Because we don’t always need to do everything. We don’t always need to throw everything at the problem. some systems are simpler than others, and they don’t need, the whole works in order to get a decent result.

With that in mind, we’re going to be able to design an analysis program for different applications or for different systems.

And finally, we’re going to understand the issues that drive the use of techniques and the level of effort. The level of rigor that we need to apply now, to set expectations. There’s no magic answer here. I can’t tell you that the amount of hours that you have to spend on a problem is X squared, plus whatever.

We can talk about the factors that drive it, but I cannot give you a nice cut-and-dried answer. It just doesn’t work like that.

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