184.108.40.206 System Safety Program
A basic system safety program consists of the following
220.127.116.11 System Safety Program Plan
This plan describes in detail those elements and activities of
safety system management and system safety engineering required to identify,
evaluate, and eliminate hazards, or reduce the associated risk to a level
acceptable to the managing activity throughout the system life cycle. It
normally includes a description of the planned methods to be used to
implement a system safety program plan, including organizational
responsibilities, resources, methods of accomplishment, milestones, depth of
effort, and integration with other program engineering and management
activities and related systems.
18.104.22.168 Integration/Management of Associate Contractors,
Subcontractors, and Architect and Engineering Firms
This element consists of appropriate management surveillance
procedures to ensure uniform system safety requirements are developed.
22.214.171.124 System Safety Program Reviews/Audits
This element is a forum for reviewing the system safety
program, to periodically report the status of the system safety program,
and, when needed, to support special requirements, such as certifications
and first flight readiness reviews.
126.96.36.199 System Safety Group/System Safety Working Group
This element is a forum for suppliers and vendors to support
system safety groups (SSGs) and system safety working groups (SSWGs)
established in accordance with government regulations or as otherwise
defined by the integrating supplier.
188.8.131.52 Hazard Tracking and Risk Resolution
This element is a single closed-loop hazard tracking system to
document and track hazards from identification until the hazard is
eliminated or the associated risk is reduced to an acceptable level.
184.108.40.206 System Safety Progress Summary
This element consists of periodic progress reports summarizing
the pertinent system safety management and engineering activity that
occurred during the reporting