1. System safety is a basic requirement of the total system.
2. System safety must be planned
3. Design safety precedence:
4. System Safety requirements must be consistent with other program requirements. Performance, cost, etc., requirements may have priority over safety Requirements.
5. System analyses are basic tools for systematically developing design specifications. Ultimate measure of safety is not the scope of analysis but in satisfied Requirements. Analyses are hazard not safety analyses. Analyses are performed to:
6. Level of risk assumption and criteria are an inherent part of risk management.
7. Safety Management defines functions, authority, and interrelationships. Exercises appropriate controls.
8. The degree of safety effort and achievements are directly dependent upon management emphasis by the host employer and contractors.
9. Results of safety effort depend upon clearly stated safety objectives/requirements.
10. Authorized manager responsibilities:-
11. Four elements of an effective System Safety Program:
Source: FAA Office of System Safety
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