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System Safety

Process Implementation

We can analyze the safety of an existing design. We can locate if there are likely hazards and threats that may harm your current design. Likewise, we can provide solutions to prevent them from occurring.

We can write system safety SOW sections and associated DIDs. We can craft a formal agreement document that clearly specifies requirements, milestones, deliverables, and reports that are expected to be delivered.

Safety Manager

We can provide the system safety or software safety manager role, or assist your manager. We can administer System Safety Programs from end-to-end. We can offer you a systematic, explicit, and comprehensive approach for managing safety risks. It includes processes to identify hazard and control threats alongside ensuring that these risk control measures are effective.

Safety And Security Manager

We can provide the consortium system safety and security role. (i.e., the project coordinator and liaison between consortium and client for light rail systems). Our main objectives are to minimize incidents, maximize production uptime, reduce the cost of compliance, and manage the project safely. This integrates process safety data, applications, system diagnostics and critical control strategies and execution of safety applications.

Safety Audits

We can audit either our client’s own or their suppliers’ products or processes. We can maintain a safety record that is designed to evaluate the quality of a company’s safety management system and design. By auditing the current performance, we can derive at informed decisions, prioritized actions and allocated resources.

System Safety Program Plan

It is a management tool highlighting systematic risk identification and eradication or limiting of associated risks through efficient use of resources within time, cost, and operational effectiveness constraints.

Functional Hazard Assessment

This is an organized and extensive examination of functions to pinpoint and recognize failure conditions based on their degree of severity. This approach is performed at two different levels; system-level and subsystem-level.

Preliminary System Safety Assessment

It recognizes and captures all derived system safety requirements. This process identifies protective ploys, taking into consideration fail-safe concepts and architectural attributes which may be essential to meet safety objectives.

System Safety Assessment

This approach is a systematic and extensive evaluation of the system implemented to show that qualitative (includes system development assurance levels, item development assurance levels, hardware design and software assurance levels) and quantitative (safety-related reliability targets) safety requirements have been targeted.

Fault Tree Analysis

This process represents the logical relationship between sub-system and component failures and how they link to cause failures in the system. This method is mainly utilized to understand how systems can fail, to identify the best ways to reduce threats or to determine event rates of a safety accident or a particular system level malfunction.

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

This is a systematic, active approach for assessing a process to recognize where and how it might fail – to assess the associated impact of a variety of failures so as to address the parts of the process that mostly need change.

Preliminary Hazard List

This accounts the results of the initial evaluation of hazards and threats in a system. This process commences during concept enhancement and pursues through technology development.

Preliminary Hazard Analysis

This method can recognize system hazards. It can also translate system hazards into high-level system safety design constraints, evaluating hazards and establishing the hazard log to prevent risks from reoccurring in the future.

Subsystem Hazard Analysis

This requires a more extensive process than the Preliminary Hazard Analysis. It recognizes a detailed rundown of threats unique to each subsystem. This technique includes fault tree analysis (FTA), failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) and sneak circuit analysis (SCA).

System Hazard Analysis

This builds on preliminary hazard analysis as groundwork. It magnifies the work done while considering the system as a whole and identifying how system operation, interface and interactions between subsystems, interface and interactions between the system and operators, component failures and normal behavior could contribute to system hazards and threats.

Safety Working Group/Safety Committee Chairperson

We can lead a System Safety Group/System Safety Working Group. We can represent the safety aspect of a project in front of our client. We can thoroughly discuss how the concept of system safety is useful in demonstrating adequacy of technologies when difficulties are encountered with probabilistic risk analysis. We can lead concept calls for risk management strategies based on identification, analysis of threats and hazards and control using an organized approach.

Safety Analyses

We can perform specific safety analyses for clients based on MIL-STD-882, SAE ARP 4761 or SAE ARP 4754.We can perform safety analyses concurrent with the system design. We can guarantee that the safety-related systems will provide the essential threat deduction that is required to achieve the systems functional safety. We offer solutions that target the improvement of safety activities and their early integration phase.We can implement entire System Safety Programs.
We can review our client’s or their suppliers’ safety analyses and other safety documents. By doing so, we can guarantee that the current system is hazard-free, or if there are impending threats, they can be immediately addressed.