Most risk systems today have risk matrices that are used for screening High-Risk events. Once identified, High-Risk events may require further analysis. Many books have been written on how to build Fault Trees to handle every eventuality. In this course, students will learn how to build and understand Fault Trees effective “on a napkin”.
With this level of understanding, students will continue on to learn how to build a Fault Tree in a commercially available software package and interpret the accuracy of the software results. This course is an expanded version of the information presented in the Fault Tree and Event Tree basics class, but does not cover Event Trees in favor of greater depth for technicians and engineers closer performing the Fault Tree analyses for Safety Instrumented Systems (SISs) in the facility.
This four (4) hour presentation provides basic instruction in the use of fault trees and event trees to determine risk. In this class, participants: