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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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Schulze began her career with the NTSB as an Aircraft System Safety Engineer within the Aviation Engineering Division and served as a group chairman and investigator on major domestic and international airline accident investigations, including Alaska Airlines flight 261, Pinnacle Airlines flight 3701 and American Airlines flight 587.
Cadence Design Systems and Green Hills Software, a privately held company, announced a strategic partnership that is expected to leverage their respective strengths to drive embedded system safety and security, while accelerating growth for both companies.
The bids were submitted by Russia's VEGA Radio Engineering Concern - 1,125,765,277 soms; Information System Safety - 1,139,368,623 soms; Alfa Telecom CJSC - 1,273,801,690.
Oxygen trim and CO Control significantly increases efficiency and system safety. CO Control offers the latest technology in optimisation by dynamically finding the stoichiometric curve throughout the firing range and adjusting the combustion fuel/air to run as efficiently as possible whilst remaining safe.
From a 2017 safety and security engineering conference held in Rome, 42 selected papers cover risk analysis and assessment, fire safety, safety and security in the context of smart manufacturing: industry 4.0, system safety engineering, electronic and cyber security, occupational health and safety, human factors and behavior, incident monitoring and management, counter-terrorism issues, and modeling and experiments.
The XA Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC family has been certified to meet ISO 26262 ASIL-C level requirements by Exida, an accredited certification company specialising in automation and automotive system safety and security.
The approach and procedures effectively institutionalized in the DOD Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) provide initial system safety oversight and guidance to minimize the probability and consequences of catastrophic failure or critical mishap that could lead to unintended autonomous weapons system engagement.
In 2013, David, then Head of Functional Safety at MIRA, was chosen as the winner of the Prestige Award for Risk Reduction in Mechanical Engineering, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to establishing international standards for system safety in the automotive industry.
The project will improve water distribution, ensure system safety and deliver water at the tail end of channels.
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.
Treating hazard control as an organizational function rather than just a program, he discusses system safety, understanding organizational cultures, and the importance of leadership.
Standard Practice for System Safety (MIL-STD 882 Rev E), Naval SYSCOM Risk Management Policy (various instruction numbers apply from the 5000 series), and Requirements for NAVSEASYSCOM Safety Program for Ships and Shipboard Systems (NAVSEAINST 5100.12) are a few of the important RM policies that describe the SYSCOMs methods for managing safety risks associated with weapons systems and equipment.

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