WEBINAR

Safety Assessment Process for Airborne Systems Certification

Guidelines and methods for conducting the Safety Assessments Process required in the certification of civil airborne systems according to ARP-4761

Webinar Info

Date

January 28th, 2021

Time

5 pm (+1GTM)

Duration

50 minutes + Q&A

Get in touch

[email protected]

The Safety Assessment Process is key in the aircraft design and development industry, as no airborne system will be allowed to fly unless a satisfactory set of Safety Assessments & Analyses is provided to the certification authority.
The methodologies described in this webinar allow engineers to evaluate aircraft functions and the design of systems performing these functions to determine that the associated hazards have been properly addressed. The cycle of safety assessments are developed in parallel with the design development process as it is a process intrinsically linked to airborne systems design.
The technical content in this webinar is based on the Aerospace Recommended Practice standard ARP-4761, primarily associated with showing compliance with JAR/FAR 25.1309 & EASA regulation CS.25.1309 aimed at civil airborne systems.
Maintainability
(i.e. MSG3, CMR...)
Maintainability...
PSSA
PSSA
CCA
CCA
FTA
FTA
FMEA
FMEA
FHA
FHA
PSSA
PSSA
SSA
SSA
Safety Program Plan
Safety Program Plan
Safety Plan
Safety Plan
FAR/CS-2X.1309
FAR/CS-2X.1309
Reliability
(e.g. MIL-HDBK-217F)
Reliability...
ARP4761 (SAFETY)
ARP4761 (SAFETY)
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What will you learn in this webinar?

Aircraft Level Safety Assessment

The concept of Aircraft Level Safety Assessment is introduced and the tools to accomplish this task are outlined

Safety Assessment Guidelines

A set of guidelines is provided for conducting an industry accepted safety assessment consisting of Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA), Preliminary System Safety Assessment (PSSA), and System Safety Assessment (SSA)

Safety Analysis Methods

The safety analysis methods needed to conduct the safety assessment are also introduced, including the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Dependence Diagram (DD), Markov Analysis (MA), Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA), Failure Modes and Effects Summary (FMES) and Common Cause Analysis (CCA), composed of Zonal Safety Analysis (ZSA), Particular Risks Analysis (PRA), and Common Mode Analysis (CMA)

Methods in context

The relationships between all the analytical methods are explained and exemplified, considering their adequacy for different systems, environments and work approach

Who is this webinar aimed at?

Aerospace Industry

Airframe manufacturers, system integrators, equipment suppliers and certification authorities who need a quick, global vision on this topic

Technical Roles

Design system engineers, reliability engineers or system engineers who would like to get an industry vision of the safety assessment process

Professionals and Students

Any professional or advanced student involved with the safety assessment of civil aircraft and associated systems and equipment

Jacob Cortés

Aeronautical Engineer
RAMS Engineer FRACAS RPA FMEA MSG-3 AMM

About the Speaker

Jacob Cortés has a bachelor in Air Navigation and holds a Master Degree in Aerospace Engineering (Major in Propulsion) by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Jacob has extensive experience in Safety, working as lead engineer in several projects leading to system certification for Aircraft, Rotorcraft and UAVs. He is the architecture design lead engineer for Robin FTA and Robin FRACAS. He is currently working in DMD Solutions focused in the sectors of Safety based on the ARP-4761 (FMEA, RPA, FHA, FTA, SSA) and Reliability (FRACAS, MTBF Calculation & Continued Airworthiness).

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