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system safety

[′sis·təm ′sāf·tē]
(engineering)
The optimum degree of safety within the constraints of operational effectiveness, time, and cost, attained through specific application of system safety engineering throughout all phases of a system.
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The author has organized the main body of his text in thirty-four chapters devoted to system safety and hazard analysis, systems, hazards, mishap, and risk, hazard analysis features, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Furthermore, the essential maintenance plan also offers safety training in the form of half day in-house session for up to six people, as well as a system safety survey to meet insurance and health and safety requirements.
In an effort to learn continually from other operators and to improve North America's pipeline system safety, the American Gas Association, the American Petroleum Institute, the Association of Oil Pipe Lines and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, together with the Canadian Gas Association and the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association, have initiated a comprehensive study to explore safety models and procedures currently utilized by other industry sectors in an effort to deliver natural gas and pipeline-transported liquids more safely and reliably.
System safety is an engineering discipline that is applied during system design and development of a product or system in order to identify hazards and reduce the risk of accidents.
That's because it's easy to snag the back of your coveralls on the engine fire suppression system safety pin.
This article discusses Li-Ion battery charging requirements such as charge system safety and performance optimization between charger and system.
Spokesman PEPCO in a statement issued here on Thursday said that PEPCO was strictly working on its System Safety Program via its distribution companies.
The task force came up with a standardized approach to define the measures of system safety practices, similar to the CMMI (capability maturity model integration) model for assessing system design maturity.
The details about fuel system safety recommendations come in the wake of a coroner's ruling the entire RAF fleet of Nimrod aircraft has never been airworthy and should be grounded.
US FAA approved the AmSafe Child Aviation Restraint System safety device for use on commercial flights.
Assurance technologies; principles and practices; a product, process, and system safety perspective, 2d ed.
While ambulatory medication system safety is clearly important, much of the existing literature on medication system safety focuses on the inpatient process.

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