Complete Safety Engineering Services
Safety Engineering works to assure that safety concerns are methodically addressed in every phase of a product’s life cycle. To do this, a safety engineer plans and incorporates a structured safety program, often based on MIL-STD-882 requirements, for each development project. The safety program includes the development of a detailed plan specifically tailored to each project, preparation of safety-related checklists for each life cycle phase, audits to assess compliance to the safety plan, and preparation of hazard analyses.
- Preliminary and System Hazard Analysis (PHA and SHA)
- Functional Hazard Analysis (FHA)
- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
- Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
Always Important but Now Essential
A hazard analysis is a structured technique used to assess actual and potential hazards associated with virtually any kind of product. Hazards, or safety hazards, are conditions that may adversely affect people, equipment or the environment. Different safety hazards are often associated with different phases of a product’s life cycle, which may include development, test, transportation, installation, operation, maintenance, repair and disposal.
Hazard analysis can be applied to practically every product because even simple objects can cause injury if misused. The approach is straightforward but requires understanding and know-how.
- Identify all Possible Hazards
- Assess Each Hazard’s Severity
- Determine Criticality of Hazard
- Determine Acceptability of Hazard’s Criticality
- Mitigate or Elimination of Hazard
- Analysis Product Improvements
Reliability Development Partners
The Omnicon Group is committed to developing the highest quality product. We put our customers first, and our goal is to deliver the best possible product to them. In order to do this, we have partnered with companies who have strong track records in reliability/safety engineering and engineering excellence. Click on the company logos to learn more about each of our partners.
Jennifer Millard May 16, 2016