Fault Tree Analysis Training

1 Day

We teach you how to determine the levels of evaluating and reducing possible errors.

Purpose of Program

Starting from the treatment areas according to IEC 61025, which is the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) standard, participants will be able to demonstrate how to use RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance) work during design and process sequence respectively and to reinforce the work done with sample treatments.

Output Program

At the end of the program, participants will be able to evaluate the system and the effects on the design of possible faults, (and / or) calculate the likelihood of the circuit and system designs with the doors. They will learn how to determine the levels in which they will assess potential errors and reduce them. Action plans from FMEAs and methods for managing FMEA data for future use are also discussed in detail.

Who Can Participate in the Program?

Employers / Employers, Production Managers, Quality Managers, Maintenance Managers, Other Managers, Warehouse Managers, Process Safety Assigned Persons, Occupational Safety Specialists, Workplace Doctors, Healthcare Personnel, Chemistry / Electrical / Mechanical Engineers and Technicians.

Learning Content

- Fault Tree Analysis – FTA Explanation of the methodology of IEC 61025-2008,

- Scope, Content, General door definitions,

- Faults and Failures,

- System failure due to faults,

- Passive etc. Active Components,

- Component Fault Categories,

- The FTA can be done independently of other reliability analyzes or in conjunction with other reliability analyzes. The goals are:

- Identification of causes or combinations that may have caused actual events,

- Evaluating requirements such as providing reliability in a specific system,

- Determination of the potential failure mode (s) or factor (s) to which the system will be repaired to determine possible system reliability improvements and which will most contribute to the failure of the time system (insecurity) or the likelihood of failure,

- Analysis and comparison of various design alternatives to increase system reliability,

- Indication that the assumptions made in other analyzes (such as Markov and FMEA) are valid;

- Identification of possible failure modes that could lead to a security problem, assessment of the likelihood of the relevant probability, and likelihood of mitigation;

- Identification of common events,

- Identify the combinations of events or events that are most likely to occur at the top event,

- Assessing the effect of the primary event on the probability of the event at the top,

- Calculation of event probabilities,

- If a steady state can be assumed, and the possible repairs are independent of each other (the same limit as the achievement path diagram / reliability block diagram), the calculation of the availability and failure rates of the system or components represented by an fault tree,

- Fault Mechanism, Fault Types and Impact of Failure (Transfer to Process FMEA),

- Treatment Criteria,

- Sample Treatments.