System Safety In Action - SSIA
All staff working in a safety environment who require an understanding of the subject. This particular workshop is designed for those who have an involvement with safety but are not directly involved in the management of safety. This will include such people as Commercial, Finance and support staff in project areas, Front Line Command subject matter experts involved in risk analysis or hazard identification and other experts involved in safety committees and panels.
To further develop the System Safety knowledge gained during SSIAOL. To provide an in-depth introduction to System Safety and its management within the MoD and allow delegates to apply the knowledge gained into practice in a facilitated environment.
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By the end of the workshop, delegates should be able to:
explain why System Safety Management (SSM) is important;
explain System Safety Policy of the MOD;
describe the associated legal issues;
explain the concepts of SSM and System Safety Engineering;
explain how the principle of ALARP is implemented;
select the audit level appropriate to the project;
sequence safety activities to the procurement process;
manage safety risks;
explain the need for accident and incident investigation;
explain the safety case principle and the use of safety case reports;
describe the systems approach to safety;
explain the need for a safety culture;
describe the Safety Governance in the MoD.
In order to demonstrate the knowledge gained from attending this workshops, individuals will be expected to complete and pass a short written test at the end of the workshop. The pass rate for this test is 60%.