Hazard Analysis Techniques for System Safety

ISBN-10: 0471720194

ISBN-13: 9780471720195

Edition: 2005

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Description: Clifton Ericson is a former president of the System Safety Society. In this book, he gives advice on how to carry out the most commonly used hazard analysis techniques used by system safety engineers.

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Book details

List price: $150.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/3/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 528
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
System Safety
Introduction
System Safety Background
System Safety Characterization
System Safety Process
System Concept
General System Model
System Attributes
System Types
System Life Cycle
System Development
Summary
Hazards, Mishap, and Risk
Introduction
Hazard-Related Definitions
Hazard Theory
Hazard Actuation
Hazard Causal Factors
Hazard-Mishap Probability
Recognizing Hazards
Hazard Description
Summary
Hazard Analysis Types and Techniques
Types and Techniques
Description of Hazard Analysis Types
Conceptual Design Hazard Analysis Type (CD-HAT)
Preliminary Design Hazard Analysis Type (PD-HAT)
Detailed Design Hazard Analysis Type (DD-HAT)
System Design Hazard Analysis Type (SD-HAT)
Operations Design Hazard Analysis Type (OD-HAT)
Human Design Hazard Analysis Type (HD-HAT)
Requirements Design Hazard Analysis Type (RD-HAT)
Timing of Hazard Analysis Types
Interrelationship of Hazard Analysis Types
Hazard Analysis Techniques
Technique Attributes
Primary Hazard Analysis Techniques
Inductive and Deductive Techniques
Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques
Summary
Preliminary Hazard List
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Hazard Checklists
Guidelines
Example: Ace Missile System
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Preliminary Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Guidelines
Example: Ace Missile System
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Subsystem Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Guidelines
Example: Ace Missile System
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
System Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Guidelines
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Operating and Support Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Hazard Checklists
Support Tools
Guidelines
Examples
Example 1
Example 2
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Health Hazard Assessment
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Checklist
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Safety Requirements/Criteria Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheets
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Fault Tree Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Building Blocks
Definitions
Construction-Basics
Construction-Advanced
Construction Rules
Functional Block Diagrams
Cut Sets
MOCUS Algorithm
Bottom-Up Algorithm
Mathematics
Probability
Importance Measures
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Phase- and Time-Dependent FTA
Dynamic FTA
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Event Tree Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Example 4
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Structural and Functional Models
Product and Process FMEA
Functional Failure Modes
Hardware Failure Modes
Software Failure Modes
Quantitative Data Sources
Methodology
Worksheet
Example 1: Hardware Product FMEA
Example 2: Functional FMEA
Level of Detail
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Fault Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Functional Hazard Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheets
Example 1: Aircraft Flight Functions
Example 2: Aircraft Landing Gear Software
Example 3: Ace Missile System
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Sneak Circuit Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Step 1: Acquire Data
Step 2: Code Data
Step 3: Process Data
Step 4: Produce Network Trees
Step 5: Identify Topographs
Step 6: Perform Analysis
Step 7: Generate Report
Example 1: Sneak Path
Example 2: Sneak Label
Example 3: Sneak Indicator
Example Sneak Clues
Software Sneak Circuit Analysis
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Petri Net Analysis (PNA)
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Examples
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Markov Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
State Transition Diagram Construction
State Equation Construction
Examples
Markov Chain
Markov Model of Two-Component Series System with No Repair
Markov Model of Two-Component Parallel System with No Repair
Markov Model of Two-Component Parallel System with Component Repair
Markov Model of Two-Component Parallel System with Component/System Repair
Markov Model of Two-Component Parallel System with Sequencing
Markov Analysis and FTA Comparisons
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Barrier Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Example Checklist of Energy Sources
Considerations
Worksheet
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Bent Pin Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Hazard and Operability Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Design Representations
System Parameters
Guide Words
Deviation from Design Intent
Worksheet
Example 1
Example 2
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Cause-Consequence Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Symbols
Worksheet
Example 1: Three-Component Parallel System
Example 2: Gas Pipeline System
Reducing Repeated Events
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Common Cause Failure Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Definitions
Theory
Methodology
Defense Mechanisms
Example
Models
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Management Oversight Risk Tree Analysis
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Software Safety Assessment
Introduction
Background
History
Theory
Methodology
Worksheet
Software Risk Level
Example
Advantages and Disadvantages
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Summary
Summary
Principle 1: Hazards, Mishaps, and Risk are Not Chance Events
Principle 2: Hazards are Created During Design
Principle 3: Hazards are Comprised of Three Components
Principle 4: Hazard and Mishap Risk Management Is the Core Safety Process
Principle 5: Hazard Analysis Is a Key Element of Hazard and Mishap Risk Management
Principle 6: Hazard Management Involves Seven Key Hazard Analysis Types
Principle 7: Hazard Analysis Primarily Encompasses Seven Hazard Analysis Techniques
Finis
List of Acronyms
Glossary
Hazard Checklists
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