A.5.1.1 Establish, plan, organize, implement, and maintain an effective
system safety effort that is integrated into all life cycle phases.
A.5.1.2 Ensure that system safety planning is documented to provide all
program participants with visibility into how the system safety effort is
to be conducted.
A.5.1.3 Establish definitive safety requirements for the procurement,
development, and sustainment of the system. The requirements should be set
forth clearly in the appropriate system specifications and contractual
A.5.1.4 Provide historical safety data to developers.
A.5.1.5 Monitor the developerís system safety activities and review and
approve delivered data in a timely manner, if applicable, to ensure
adequate performance and compliance with safety requirements.
A.5.1.6 Ensure that the appropriate system specifications are updated
to reflect results of analyses, tests, and evaluations.
A.5.1.7 Evaluate new lessons learned for inclusion into appropriate
databases and submit recommendations to the responsible organization.
A.5.1.8 Establish system safety teams to assist the program manager in
developing and implementing a system safety effort.
A.5.1.9 Provide technical data on Government-furnished Equipment or
Government-furnished Property to enable the developer to accomplish the
A.5.1.10 Document acceptance of residual mishap risk and associated
A.5.1.11 Keep the system users apprised of system hazards and residual
A.5.1.12 Ensure the program meets the intent of the latest MIL-STD
A.5.1.13 Ensure adequate resources are available to support the program
system safety effort.
A.5.1.14 Ensure system safety technical and managerial personnel are
qualified and certified for the