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20 August 2016 1
Dave Bennion
BSc(Hons); Tech IOSH; SIIRSM RSP; ACIEH; DipEnvNEBOSH
MInstLM; CertCIH; MISQEM ; AMIIAI
Heal...
20 August 2016 2
Reducing failure of components which have
installed critical parts is not ideal because an
error can have...
20 August 2016 3
Safety Critical
Control
System
Quality
Assurance
Burning in
Component
before Placing in
System
Initial De...
20 August 2016 4
 Quality Assurance – ensure that components are CE
marked, of a high spec and failsafe
 Burning in comp...
20 August 2016 5
Reliability
Factor
Operational &
Detection Protection
System to Maintain
System Within Design
Specificati...
20 August 2016 6
Ensuring that you have machinery fit for purpose,
monitoring its performance through reports,
maintenance...
20 August 2016 7
This presentation is a very basic outline. As a business
you will need to determine the level of training...
20 August 2016 8
Contact:
Mobile: 07900431649
E-mail:
davebennion7@gmail.com
By David Bennion ©2016
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Reducing failure of Component Critical Parts - Aug 2016

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Reducing failure of Component Critical Parts by Dave Bennion - is a basic presentation giving consideration to Safety Critical Control Systems and how to best manage them

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Reducing failure of Component Critical Parts - Aug 2016

  1. 1. 20 August 2016 1 Dave Bennion BSc(Hons); Tech IOSH; SIIRSM RSP; ACIEH; DipEnvNEBOSH MInstLM; CertCIH; MISQEM ; AMIIAI Health , Safety, Fire, Environmental & Quality Professional By David Bennion ©2016 Reducing Failure of Component Critical Parts
  2. 2. 20 August 2016 2 Reducing failure of components which have installed critical parts is not ideal because an error can have significant consequences. Design manufactures need to give careful consideration in a number of areas to ensure such parts to not fail in operation. The following slides will consider the following:  Safety Critical Control Systems  Reliability Factor By David Bennion ©2016
  3. 3. 20 August 2016 3 Safety Critical Control System Quality Assurance Burning in Component before Placing in System Initial Design & Material Specification of Components Increase Useful Life by Planned Maintenance Programme Planned Replacement of Component Before Wear Out By David Bennion ©2016
  4. 4. 20 August 2016 4  Quality Assurance – ensure that components are CE marked, of a high spec and failsafe  Burning in components – if components are burned in prior to placing into the system they are less likely to fail.  Planned replacement prior to burn out – have a programme in place so that if there are any signs of wear, SCCS components are replaced immediately.  Increase useful life – have a PMP in place of regular inspections to ensure all parts are working at optimum efficiency  Initial Design specification – were possible design machinery so that SCCS are not necessary and where needed use high spec durable materials fit for purpose. By David Bennion ©2016
  5. 5. 20 August 2016 5 Reliability Factor Operational & Detection Protection System to Maintain System Within Design Specifications Monitor Collection & Failure DataHazard Analysis Techniques to Predict Failure Routes Use of Parallel Components and Standby Systems By David Bennion ©2016
  6. 6. 20 August 2016 6 Ensuring that you have machinery fit for purpose, monitoring its performance through reports, maintenance schedules, FMEA, use of other metrics can ensure the likelihood of failure is significantly reduced. Having the capacity to switch to a secondly unit when faults or weaknesses are identified (like a secondary sever on a computer network) keeps the system moving whilst weaknesses if failed components can be identified through RCA, 5Whys, fishbone and other hazard analysis tools. By David Bennion ©2016
  7. 7. 20 August 2016 7 This presentation is a very basic outline. As a business you will need to determine the level of training required by staff to maintain a safe and protected business operations. In no way does this presentation represent a suitable and sufficient training package for staff as every business has different needs thus no liability can be sought against the owner of this material. Remember it is the business owners responsibility to have a suitable and sufficient business risk assessment in place, to keep it up to date and provide “competent” training for staff to fulfil their employed duties with regards machine safety By David Bennion ©2016
  8. 8. 20 August 2016 8 Contact: Mobile: 07900431649 E-mail: davebennion7@gmail.com By David Bennion ©2016

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