DI Walter Sebron Research Staffwalter.firstname.lastname@example.org T: +43 1 606 68 77-8410 F: +43 1 606 68 77-8459 Room: B.3.08 Favoritenstraße 226 1100 WienLectures 2021/22Engineering> Risk Management in a Hospital ILV Clinical Engineering moreRisk Management in a Hospital ILVLector: Dipl.-Ing. Markus Brunnbauer, MA, Mag. Florian Laber, DI Walter Sebron2SWS4ECTS> Fault-tolerant Systems/Safety VO Electronic Systems Engineering moreFault-tolerant Systems/Safety VOLector: DI Walter Sebron2SWS4ECTSLanguageGerman> Introduction to Safety Methods of Analysis ILV Safety and Systems Engineering moreIntroduction to Safety Methods of Analysis ILVLector: Dr. Reinhard Preiss, DI Walter Sebron2.5SWS4ECTSLecture contents- Methods of systematic hazard identification - Risk analysis and risk assessment - Overview of analysis methods - Inductive, deductive and explorative methods - Qualitative and quantitative methods - Data sources for quantitative methods - Procedures and advantages and disadvantages of methods: - Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) - Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) - Failure Mode and Effect Criticality Analysis (FMECA) - Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP) - Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) - Event Tree Analysis (ETA) - Cause-Consequence Analysis (CCA) - Layer-of-Protection Analysis (LOPA) - Human Task Analysis (HTA) - Relative Risk Ranking - Comparison of Methods (Advantages and Disadvantages) - Guideline for the Selection of a Suitable Analysis Method depending on the Use CaseAssessment methodsContinuous assessment -Teaching methods-LanguageGerman> Application of Safety Methods of Analysis UE Safety and Systems Engineering moreApplication of Safety Methods of Analysis UELector: DI Walter Sebron2SWS2ECTSLecture contents- Context: Project Phases, Analysis Types and Analysis Methods - Overview of analysis methods and hazard filters - Safety analysis methods in the project process landscape of a project - Application of analysis methods in the life cycle of a systemAssessment methodsContinuous assessment Continuous assessmentTeaching methodsExerciseLanguageGerman> Integrated View of Standards ILV Safety and Systems Engineering moreIntegrated View of Standards ILVLector: Ing. Andreas Dvorak, MSc, Dr. Andreas Gerstinger, Christian Loidl, Dr. Reinhard Preiss, DI Walter Sebron, FH-Prof. Dr. Hans Tschürtz, MSc MSc5SWS8ECTSLecture contents- Overview of relevant safety standards, such as- IEC 61508 - EN/ISO 13849 and IEC 62061 (Machinery Industry) - IEC 615011 (process industry) - ISO 26262 (Automotive) - ISaPro® - Framework- Problem Space - Model Space - Solution Space - Operation Space - - Processes of the ISaPro®- Management Processes - Engineering Processes - Safety Processes - Support Processes - Weaving the basic practices into the standard ISaPro® processes - Development of the project process landscape - Systematic procedure in the safety-relevant project on the basis of the ISaPvor - The safety case using the example of the Goal Structuring Notation (GSN)- Introduction to the Goal Structuring Notation - Advantages and disadvantages of a graphical notation - Representation of evidence by means of the GSN using the example of ISaPro® - Application and meaning of the standard elements of the graphical notation - Additional elements of the graphical notation for the representation of more complex projects - Safety Assessment- Introduction and basic terms of Safety Assessment - Safety Assessment: Tasks/Process/Roles - Organizational approaches - Planning and preparation - Change description - Operational Services and Environment Description (OSED) - Approaches of different safety assessment procedures: Safety Screening and multi-stage procedures (Safety Achievement Methodology, System Safety of Equipment). - Detailed questions and methods - Types of risk reducing measures - Documentation/Safety Case (Project & Unit SC, Goal Structuring Notation) - Working with suppliers; software aspects - Do's & Don'tsAssessment methodsContinuous assessment Continuous assessmentTeaching methodsILVLanguageGerman> Safety Management Systems ILV Safety and Systems Engineering moreSafety Management Systems ILVLector: Ing. Andreas Dvorak, MSc, DI Walter Sebron3SWS5ECTSLecture contents- Introduction to process-oriented management systems - Challenges of Management Systems - Integrated Management Systems - Strategic Management - Introduction to Safety Management - Safety Management Systems - Quality management-based safety management system - Management Responsibilities - Resource Management - Product Realization - Safety systems in operation (risks, ALARP, hazard management, etc.) - Monitoring, evaluation and improvement - Challenges in practical application - Safety management in projects - Hazard and risk management - Safety planning - Safety Case - Safety Risks: Typical pitfallsAssessment methodsContinuous assessment Continuous assessmentTeaching methodsILVLanguageGermanPublications The publications of Walter Sebron written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.