Steps of Process
CMMI Risk Management Goals
PolicyAF Policy Directive 90-9: Operational Risk Management, 1 April 2000
AFI 90-901: Operational Risk Management, 1 April 2000
AFMC Instruction 90-902: Operational Risk Management, Dec 2007
Tools & TechniquesRiskNav
TrainingRisk Process Orientation
Detailed Risk Process
ExamplesSample Risk Management Plan
Process Lessons Learned
The characteristics of a system that minimize the potential for human or machine errors/failures that cause injurious accidents.
- Has a safety risk assessment been completed?
- Have you considered risks for power sources:
- Have you considered risks associated with the following:
- Exposed, moving equipment?
- RF/MW antenna?
- Hazardous materials or by-products?
- Combustion processes?
- High temperature devices?
- Vehicular movement/flight?
- Gun systems?
- Missile systems?
- Were your design requirement statements developed to address/prevent the impact of:
- Catastrophic loss of materiel system or soldier due to failure of component or procedural error/omission?
- Operational loss of system or disabling soldier injury due to component failure/malfunction?
- Loss of system effectiveness or soldier injury due to component malfunction or procedural error/omission?
- Are all trade-offs or impact issues looked at for their effects on all other domains?
- Are all trade-offs or impact issues looked at for their effects on system cost and performance requirements (e.g., excessive training and personnel capability requirements to compensate for materiel system design weaknesses)?
- Are all functional, cost and performance data, as well as assumptions and other criteria, consistent with other analyses being performed on the system?
- Is the system safe for the soldier/civilian to operate, maintain, repair, and support?
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