R.G.W. Cherry and Associates are pleased to be running two APPLIED SAFETY ASSESSMENT workshops, in conjunction with Cranfield University, between 30th January – 3rd February and 26th – 30th June 2017.
These courses are designed to complement the Cranfield University Safety Assessment of Aircraft Systems Short Course.
Delegates will carry out safety analyses on a system installed on an aircraft using schematics and the actual aircraft as appropriate. These analyses will form an integral part of the workshop objective of producing a comprehensive System Safety Assessment. Delegates will work in groups to carry out the System Safety Assessment and will use various methods including the following safety analysis techniques:
- Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA): The FHA exercise will identify the critical failure conditions of the system. Each group will classify the failure conditions in accord with the 25.1309 categories and identify the analysis techniques most appropriate to each.
- Particular Risks: Particular Risks to the system and its installation will also be considered
- Enhanced Fault Tree Analysis (EFTA): The groups will carry out an Enhanced Fault Tree Analysis for the failure conditions identified by the FHA as being appropriate to this analytical technique.
- Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA): This exercise will use detailed system schematics in order to perform an FMEA on the aircraft system.
- Zonal Safety Analysis: Delegates will carry out a Zonal Safety Analysis on the aircraft zones in which the system is installed.
The next scheduled workshop runs between 30th January – 3rd February 2017. Please click here for more details.