Custom Project Help : Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

Custom Project Help : Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

Custom Project Help : Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

Custom Project Help : Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

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To 411 class

 

411-16 -project 1- requirements and due dates

 

Please review the requirements, focus on study of Units 1 and 4, and related references.

 

Project # 1:    Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

 

Project 1 contents is over 411, Units 1 and 4 (see below)

 

Part 1    Comprehensive Description of Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Methodology and Techniques

 

The following techniques must be considered in 411-project  1, Part 1

 

  • Application of various Safety Analysis Techniques
  • Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment
  • An examination of occupational health and safety problems from a system analysis perspective.
  • Hazard Analysis Techniques and Documentation.
  • Risk Management and Assessment.
  • Identify safety and health considerations and precautions necessary to prevent exposure, including engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment.

 

             Part 2         Job Safety Analysis (JSA) methodology, procedure, and             example

 

The following must be considered in 411-project 1, Part 2

 

  • Detailed methodology and procedure of JSA
  • Illustrate with comprehensive example from your professional (work or internship) experience (if any) or use examples from recommended (see below) or other references you found in your research in library or online.

 

 

 

Requirements for project # 1 and presentation format.

 

  • All assignments in 411 are strictly individual, identical work will not be accepted.
  • There will be penalties for late reports.
  • Presentation will be posted on Blackboard (Discussion Board) for the class review and comments.
  • Presentations should be in PowerPoint (PPT). Overall format including visual effects, font size, margin size, coloring, graphs, charts, figures and etc. should be (professionally) reasonable.

PPT is expected to include min 55-60 slides for part 1 and  part  2 combined.

  • Title page should include project title, student(s) name, course title and date.
  • Project 1 should include purpose, definitions, requirements, etc, you found MOST IMPORTANT when reviewing REFERENCES materials.

Please review textbook, lectures, handouts, and other recommended references and  include all important sections and messages by your experience / professional opinion and describe in details into your project PPT presentation.

 

There should be at least 5 references cited, not more than one of them can be online source. Use a combination of valid website, journals and books.

 

If you use other references to do that it will be a big plus.

 

Max possible points for project 1 = 130 pts (plan= 5pts + PPT= 75 pts + posting PPT on blackboard= 10 pts + Comments on other students work posted on blackboard = 40 pts)

 

Due dates

 

  • Project plan sent to me for review and comments due Sept 2, 2016

 

  • PPT presentation sent to me for review and comments due Sept 22, 2016.

 

  • Students have to submit Power Point presentations to the Discussion Board as an attachment/file and everyone could view the project – due Sept 26, 2016 (not earlier).

 

  • Students have to review all projects # 1 (posted on Discussion Board by Sept 26, 2016), accumulate your comments in ONE file “411-16 - YOUR NAME- project 1- PPT – comments” , and send me ALL comments as attachment (one file).

 

Please don’t post on Discussion Board your comments, just send to me.

 

Note: Please when finish your review, send just ONE file when all reviews are completed and comments accumulated in ONE word document.

 

Deadline for submission all comments is Oct 2, 2016.

 

Your comments will be graded with max possible points = 40

 

Please don’t post on Discussion Board your comments, just send to INSTRUCTOR.

 

Note: Please when finish your review, send just ONE file when all reviews are completed and comments accumulated in ONE word document.

 

Reviewing the PPTs the students will learn about the most important parts of a project and they supposed to demonstrate that in their Comments (essays).

Because of importance of the Comments part of projects the substantial points given and impact the final grade.

-    Your COMMENTS must include:

What did you learn from particular presentation (any additional information of your own experience or knowledge will be given extra points)?

Evaluation of COMPREHENSIVENESS;

Evaluation of required topic description and compliance with project requirements;

Criticism and suggestions.

  • Short COMMENTS with just “good job”, “slides are oversized or overloaded…”, etc. WILL NOT BE GRADED.

Again: please don’t post your comments on Discussion board, but just send it to me as one file attachment named 411-16-SMITH- project # 1- COMMENTS

  • Your COMMENTS must be NUMBERED.

Example:

  1. Student’s name, title of project.

Comments text

  1. Student’s name, title of project.

Comments text

So on

 

Thanks

 

 

References

 

  • Bahr, Nicholas, System Safety Engineering and Risk Assessment: A Practical Approach, Taylor & Francis, 1997.
  • Stephenson, Joe, System Safety 2000. A Practical Guide for planning, Managing, and Conducting System Safety programs. Van Nostrand Reinold, New York, 1991.
  • Stephans, R.A. and Warmer, T.W., (eds), System Safety Analysis Handbook, New Mexiko Section, System Safety Society, 1993.
  • Ted Ferry, Modern Accident investigation and Analysis,1996.
  • System Safety: Technology and Application- S.W. Malasky.
  • Handbook of Systems and Product Safety, Willlie Hammer, Prentice-Hall, Inc,

ISBN 0-12-382226-5, Indiana State Library T55.H27.cop.2

 

  • System Safety 2000: A Practical Guide for Planning, Managing, and Conduction System Safety Programs, Joe Stephenson, Van Nostrand Reinhold New York,

ISBN 0-442-23840-1, Indiana State Library

 

  • Occupational and Environmental Safety and Management, H.R. Kavianian and C.A. Wentz Jr., Van Nostrand Reinhold New York, ISBN 0-442-23822-3, Indiana State Library T55.K38.1990
  • Industrial Safety and Health Management: Fifth Edition, C. Ray Asfahl, Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-142392-4, Indiana State LibraryT55.A83.2003
  • Goetsch, David, Occupational Safety and Health, 6th, 2007,Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-239760-9

 

 

Unit # 1

 

Title/topic –       System Safety Engineering and Safety Management Fundamental Concepts and Techniques

 

Associated objectives for this unit

 

-    Define fundamental safety concepts and terms.

-    Describe Accident Theories and Preventive Strategies.

-  Identify and describe the different types of accidents.

-  Explain the major causes of accidents.

-    Define terms used in System Safety and Hazard Analysis.

-  Explain the importance of System Safety and Hazard Analysis to the Safety Professional.

-    Describe the impact of federal regulations on System Safety and Hazard Analysis.

-  Identify key elements in System Safety.

-  Describe implementing tasks in System Safety Program.

-  Describe major provisions and methods in MIL-STD-882B.

-  Understand safety requirements and criteria analysis.

-  Risk Management and Assessment.

-  List the components of system safety plan.

-  Describe Preliminary Hazard List, Preliminary Hazard Analysis tasks and procedure.

-  Describe System Safety Program and its components.

-  Describe System Hazard Analysis its components design and implementation.

 

Associated presentation/lecture tape

 

Presentation 1

Presentation 2

Presentation 3

Presentation 4

 

Associated handout(s) and Power point

 

Handout # 1, System Safety Analysis. Definitions of terms

 

Handout # 2, System Safety Elements.
Handout # 3, System Safety. Life Cycle of a System.
Handout # 4, System Safety. MIL-STD-882B, Risk Assessment.
Handout # 5 System Safety, MIL-STD-882B, System Safety Program Objectives.
Handout # 6, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B, System Safety Program Plan.
Handout # 7, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B, System Safety Design Requirements.
Handout # 8, System Safety Program, MIL-STD-882B, General Procedures.
Handout # 9, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B, Program Management and Control Tasks
Handout # 10, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B, Program Management and Control Tasks

Integration/Management of Associate Contractors, Subcontractors, and Architect and Engineering Firms.

 

Handout # 11, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B

Subsystem Hazard Analysis (SSHA) (task 203)

System Hazard Analysis (SHA) (task 203)

 

Handout # 12 System Safety, MIL-STD-882B

Preliminary Hazard List (task 201)

Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) (task 202)

 

Handout # 13, System Safety, MIL-STD-882B

Operating and Support Hazard Analysis (O & SHA, task 205)

 

Associated assignment(s)

 

System Safety Engineering and Safety Management Fundamental Concepts and Techniques, Definitions, terms, and description of different types of accidents can be used in Project # 1, Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment

 

 

 

Unit # 4

 

title/topic –         Hazard analysis and risk assessment: regulations, evaluation methods, calculations, and control.

 

associated objectives for this unit
-  Discriminate between "risk" and "losses," "risk identification" and "risk analysis."

-  Identify the methods of risk reduction.

-  Describe Risk Assessment and Risk Analysis.

-  Explain the purpose of Job Safety Analysis (JSA).

-  State and apply all steps in the process of JSA implementation.

-  Describe and apply all steps in the HAZOP Process (Hazard and Operability).

 

associated presentation/ lecture tape

 

Presentation 1

Presentation 2

Presentation 3

Presentation 4

Presentation 6

 

associated handout(s)

 

Handout # 16, The HAZOP Process (Hazard and Operability) Overview, Methodology,
Case Study

 

Handout # 17, The HAZOP Process, Flow (logic) diagram.

 

Handout # 18, Hazard analysis (theory and example)
Handout # 19, Occupational Systems Analysis. Hazard Analysis: General Approach and    Procedure

 

Handout # 19A, Occupational Systems Analysis. Hazard Analysis and Risk Management:

Example of application
associated assignment(s)

 

Project # 1, Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment

 

 

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