Skip to Main Content

FAA25809:   (25809) Systems Safety Assessment

FAA25809 Cancelled
(25809) Systems Safety Assessment
COURSE 2003-10-24
Inactivated 7/19/2012 (Self-study video). This mini-course is one in a series of overviews of technical topics in the Systems Engineering Curriculum. The participant will be able to: Understand the history behind the fail-safe design concept; Identify the issues leading to the development of ARP 4754; State the key topics of ARP 4754 and ARP 4761; Understand the key concepts and objectives of functional hazard assessment, fault tree analysis, failure modes and effects analysis, and common cause analysis; and Know the objectives and purpose of a preliminary system safety assessment and a system safety assessment and understand what tools are applicable to each. Audience: Systems Engineers. NOTE: This course replaces FAA62809.
AIR-520 AMA-220
SELF STUDY 4.0
1 7/19/2012
Prerequisites

 

D O T Triskelion

U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

800 Independence Avenue, SW

Washington, DC 20591

(866) TELL-FAA | (866) 835-5322