In the expressed formula, P x S = R, S stands for:
SRM involves hazard identification and risk assessment to obtain mitigation of the safety risk to a level known as:
_____ measures whether or not a system is operating in accordance with the goals of the safety program as opposed to simply meeting regulatory requirements.
In the expressed formula, P x S = R, P stands for:
________ are considered a “soft” control measure.
Regarding the four components of an SMS, the safety ______ includes training, communication, and other actions to create a positive safety culture within all levels of the workforce.
T/F: The two sub-elements of continuous improvement in safety assurance are preventative/corrective action and top management review.
In the expressed formula, P x S = R, R stands for:
T/F: A robust SMS culture encourages a learning environment where employees communicate openly up and down the management chain without fear of reprisal.
When speaking of safety-thinking factors in accidents, the technical level focuses on:
When speaking of safety-thinking factors in accidents, the human level focuses on:
The inter-relationship between ________ and ________ is the heart of any SMS organization.
The most effective control strategy in risk mitigation is _______.
________ is defined as the assessment, expressed in terms of predicted probability and severity of the consequences of a hazard taking as reference the worst credible effect.
T/F: A hazard is a condition or activity with the potential to cause death, injuries to personnel, damage to equipment or structures, loss of material, harm to the environment or reduction of the ability to perform a prescribed function.
When speaking of safety-thinking factors in accidents, the organizational level focuses on:
T/F: “Just Culture” encompasses a non-punitive, positive safety culture.
Regarding the four components of an SMS, the safety ______ determines the need for, and adequacy of, new or revised risk controls based on the assessment of acceptable risk.
T/F: Safety assurance provides for the identification of hazards and assessment of risk.
Regarding the four components of an SMS, the safety ______ evaluates the continued effectiveness of implemented risk control strategies; supports the identification of new hazards.