System Safety Engineering
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Today we are not dealing with a system. We are dealing with system-of-systems. Safety has become too complex with millions of lines of codes in hardware components and interoperability risks of such components. Not only design engineers should have this knowledge but every technical employee and every manager must have thorough knowledge of the science of system safety.
Why should you Attend:Safety is the truly number one goal in aerospace and defense projects . This course presents comprehensive knowledge from cradle to grave with the aim of Zero Accidents and for lowering the life cycle cost of ownership. Thorough knowledge of MIl-Std-882 and the work of G-48 Committee is critical to design of systems.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Understand the theory of accidents and to use this knowledge very early in design
- Get familiar with the system safety standards
- Perform safety analysis during the concept phase when the impact is highest
- Reduce safety cost by a significant amount.
- System Safety theory
- Theory of accidents
- Accident prevention strategies
- System Safety process
- Preliminary Hazard Analysis
- Subsystem Hazard Analysis
- Interface Hazard Analysis
- System Hazard Analysis
- Fault Tree Analysis
- System Safety Management Strategies
Who Will Benefit:
- Engineers and should attend this webinar
- Technical Managers
- Service Managers
- Service Staff
- Maintenance Managers
- Maintenance Staff
Dev Raheja PE, CSP, is a system safety practitioner, consultant and trainer for over 25 years. He is a Fellow and former Vice President of the System Safety Society and received its Scientific Achievement Award and Educator of the Year Award.
He is the author of the text Assurance Technologies Principles and Practices: A System, Process and Safety Perspective. He has conducted System Safety training at Johnson Space Center, Kennedy Space Center, Boeing, US Navy, US Army, Lockheed Martin, and at several universities such as UCLA, George Washington University, University of Maryland, and University of Alabama.
He served as Adjunct Professor at University of Maryland during 1994-99, where he taught graduate courses on system safety. He is also the member of the G-48 Committee for the Government-Industry standards and is Associate Editor of the Journal of System Safety.