System Safety Management Introductory Course

SSM
This course provides an overview of the System Safety Management concept and reinforces these concepts through case studies and practical exercises.
 

Introduction:

The System Safety Management Introductory Course provides participants with a foundation in system safety concepts and exposure to the methods of system safety engineering, including system safety techniques for identifying and analysing hazards and risks. It is specifically designed to meet the system safety management obligations of project offices involved in the acquisition, in-service management and operation of platforms and equipment.

The course uses a simplified examples, combined with a mixture of experience perspectives, to engage the audience in active discussions surrounding the course content.
 

Target Audience:

Managers of complex engineering projects and organisations operating a system safety program, engineers from disciplines not directly involved in the day-to-day management of the system safety program and other engineers, including graduates, seeking an understanding of the system safety concepts and core principles.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understanding of the need for System Safety Management and the key concepts and definitions used in the approach
  • Awareness of WHS requirements, the role of tort law and the concept of negligence
  • Understanding of the typical system safety products/artefacts developed and their optimal location in a product’s lifecycle
  • Awareness of typical system safety documentation and its purpose
  • Understanding of the key concepts of SFARP and its role in Technical Risk Assessments
  • Ability to conduct a basic Preliminary Hazard Identification
  • Understanding of Safety Management Systems, including the impacts of safety culture and accidents
  • An awareness of the relevant technical regulation framework underpinning the activities being conducted

Learning Methods:

Two day, Face-to-Face training.
 

Program Benefits:

  • Provides managers, non-system safety project engineers with an awareness and understanding of the concepts of the System Safety Engineering
  • Provide understanding of the Systems Engineering effort on projects so that they may effectively participate in the System Safety Working Groups
  • Provide understanding on how to review of system safety engineering artefacts and also generated those artefacts
  • Provide educated advice to various stakeholders, both internally and external to the project/program office

Content:

  • Lectures
  • Case Studies based on Real Examples
  • Video Case Studies
  • Evaluation of Safety Case Reports
  • Simulated System Safety Working Group


Upcoming Workshops

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NOTE: Courses are subject to cancellation if insufficient student numbers.

You will be notified a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the course commencement.

You will not be charged until the course is confirmed.