System Safety and Reliability: Assessment and Management

Course Topics

These powerful methods for system safety and reliability were originally developed and applied in the aerospace and nuclear power industries and now are increasingly relevant in a variety of business and industrial environments including societal infrastructure, manufacturing, consumer products and utilities .Continuous changes in technology, environmental regulation, public safety concerns and the need to do more with less all make the analysis of complex systems even more demanding. As the level of uncertainty surrounding probable outcomes increases, the safety professional's ability to accurately predict responses is integral to the design process.

Some benefits

Why You Should Attend

Enhance your ability to identify and evaluate hazards early in the design and development process. Your participation will enable you to understand and explore how to use and apply quantitative and analytical methods.

Presentations are supplemented with case studies and problem solving to encourage understanding of the mathematical models which form the foundation for risk assessment and reliability analysis. Materials authored by the instructor will later serve as a useful reference tool.