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Course SyllabusMaster of Science in Engineering and Technology ManagementETM 5471 Seminar – Introduction to System Safety(AKA, ETM 5110 Spring 2003)General InformationInstructor: Don PittsOffice: 1119 Woodland Place, Sand Springs, OK 74063Phone: 918-241-2121Email: [email protected] Objective: System Safety Management is designed for safety managers, practicing technologists, engineers and scientists who meet the criteria for admission to the Masters of Science in Engineering and Technology Management. The course will focus on safety process and program management, including safety applications and decision making in technology-intensive environments. The course is intended to increaseawareness of hazards, including identification and elimination of threats as well as mitigation strategies and risk management. An operational focus on systemic issues witha universal or holistic approach to control will highlight how to “operationalize” safety programs to meet the customer’s needs while increasing operating efficiencies. Style of Teaching: Classroom Lecture / Remote Group and Distance Learning Individual sessions Course website: http://www.okstate.edu/ceat/msetm/courses/etm5471/Text and Materials: System Safety 2000 - Joe Stephenson (SS 2000) ISBN 0-471-28914-0, selected handouts, various website references. Grading:Standard University Scale: A = 90% and above B = 80 - 89%C = 70 – 79%D = 60 - 69%F = 59% and belowQuizzes 200 points (expect one each classroom session)Case Study/Written Report 800 pointsTotal 1000 pointsSchedule: Subject to change with notices posted on website Pre-class assignment:January 13 – Class starts with self paced homework (website available for material and updates) - Directed Readings: System Safety 2000 text, Foreword, Preface, Chapter 1, 3 and Glossary. Student should come to first classroom session prepared to discuss the history of System Safety and a general understanding of terms listed in the Glossary. Student should have a clear understanding of the definitions for hazard and risk. Lectures: January 23 – Lecture: General safety discussion to include terms of reference. History of System Safety lecture February 13 – Chapters 4,5,6,7,8 Lecture: Introduction to Hazard identification process March 6 - Chapters 9,11, Lecture: Introduction to Risk Assessment process and Risk Control MeasuresMarch 27 – Chapters 12, 14 Lecture: Introduction to Control Decision MakingApril 17 – Chapters 15, 17, 19, 20 Lecture: Implementation of Risk Controls and Review (Feedback Loop) processes May 8 - WX Backup


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