Safety engineering

safety engineering

1.    Professional safety practice requires that hazards be analyzed, that the risks deriving from those hazards be assessed, and that a risk ranking system be utilized.  Many hazard analysis and risk assessment techniques, such as PHA, FMEA, FTA, etc. have been developed.  Select any three techniques (except PHA, FMEA, and FTA) and explain where and how they are used, include an example if possible.

2.    (a) Select a product, identify its primary use.  (b)Try to identify possible use environments for it.  (c) Try to identify foreseeable misuses and the hazards involved.  (d) Evaluate the product for product safety.  Consider alternatives for design and manufacture that would reduce or eliminate its hazards.  (e) Compare design alternatives in terms of risk, cost, function, product life and other factors.  (f) Prepare a set of instruction for use of the product.  (g) Prepare a set of warnings for the product and its hazards.

3.    Explain how safety is implemented in an organizational structure and explain the role of safety specialists in an organization.

4.    Attach your SSPP report here.
(Read the LYNX report) explain, what product, system name, what hazards there? I identify those hazards… etc)
typical SSPP
•    Scope
•    Purpose
•    Safety Interfaces
•    Applicable Documents
•    Management Organization
•    Safety Task Descriptions

Rebecca J.
Rebecca J.

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