Learn Risk Analysis, Evaluation & Assessment - from A to Z
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Learn Risk Analysis, Evaluation & Assessment - from A to Z

Became an expert of the fundamental tecniques and tools in risk management and assessment (PHD, FTA, FMEA, HAZOP, HACCP)
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Created by Marco CATANOSSI
Last updated 8/2017
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 15 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Perform a risk analysis, evaluation and assessment
  • Use standard risk assessment tools like FMEA, FTA, PHA, HAZOP and HACCP
  • Understand the various techniques of risk analysis
  • Use the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis FMEA technique
  • Use the Fault Tree Analysis FTA technique
  • Use the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point HACCP technique
  • Use the Preliminary Hazard Analysis PHA technique
  • Use the Hazard and Operability Study HAZOP technique
  • Adapt and use the risk analysis techniques in a flexible way to virtually every field of work
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Requirements
  • No particular prereqisites.
Description

Besides risk management, risk assessment is demanded in many field, like product development, process control, project management, business plans and so on. Even a process as simple as delivering a meal in a business activity, is subject by law to a particular risk assessment.

However, the theoretical basis is almost the same for every field, even though there are many risk assessment tools available for this objective.

In this course, we will cover both the common basis and the specific tools. More in details, with respect to the general aspects of risk assessment, we will see:

  • risk analysis,
  • risk estimation both qualitative, semi-quantitative and numerical
  • risk evaluation and control measures

Then we will see the most used techniques:

  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Fault Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)
  • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)

Once learned the above concepts, we will see the complete risk assessment cycle, and which techniques to use during specific phases of a development process.

Both the general part and the particular techniques lessons are fitted with examples and downloadable excel worksheets.

At the end of the course, you will be able to master both the basic concepts and specific techniques, and you will be able to apply and adapt this knowledge to your field of interest.

HAPPY LEARNING!!!

Who is the target audience?
  • Risk managers
  • Project manager
  • Quality Management and Assurance professionals
  • Managers and persons with responsibilities where risk assessment is needed
  • Designers and engineers who need to consider risks in their projects
  • Product managers
  • Professionals in positions of responsibility who inevitably deal with risks
  • Financial manager and operators
  • Process designers and process engineers
  • Safety managers
  • Workplace safety professionals
  • Students who want to develop their career in one of the above
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Curriculum For This Course
22 Lectures
01:00:35
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:03
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Pillars of Risk Assessment
9 Lectures 24:21

In this lesson you will learn the concepts of hazard, risk, severity, risk analysis, risk evaluation and risk assessment.

Basic Concepts and Definitions
03:33

In this lesson you will learn about hazard identification. Examples for financial hazards and physical products are provided. The excel file with hazard lists used in the examples is available for download.

Hazards
02:09

In this lesson you will learn how we categorise probability and severity in order to estimate risk. In the next lessons, examples will use these categories.

Probability and Severity
02:55

At the end of this lesson you will be able to perform a qualitative risk evaluation using descriptors and risk matrix. We will use 3x3 and 3x5 risk matrix and 3 or 5 categories of descriptors. Examples are available and downloadable as an excel file, for a safety and financial risk evaluation.

Preview 04:25

In this lesson you will learn about the semi-quantitative approach, using a range of magnitude for quantifying probability, and you will see the previous example, using this time a 5-by-5 matrix. The excel file used in this lesson is available for download.

Semi-quantitative Risk Estimation
01:47

In this lesson, you will learn the meaning and how to perform a numerical risk estimation. The excel file used in the lesson is available for download.

Numerical Risk Estimation
01:23

In this lesson you will understand the meaning and the use of the Risk Priority Number, an enriched version of the numerical approach. The excel file used in this lesson is available for download.

Risk Priority Number, RPN
01:46

In this lesson, you will learn what an acceptability criterion is, and how it is set up in a risk evaluation process. The Excel file used in the lesson is available for download.

Risk Evaluation
02:30

In this lesson you will learn about the measures to lower the risk, such as inherent safe design, protective measures, and so on, what to consider when implementing them, and their practicability. Two examples are shown, of an electric lifter (electric hazard) and of entering a new market (financial hazard). The examples used are downloadable as Excel files.

Risk Control
03:53

Risk Assessment
10 questions
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Peculiarities: Machinery, Medical Devices and Project Management
3 Lectures 06:50

In this lessons you will learn the additional concepts used in risk assessment when applied to machinery design, including what to take into account when estimating the probability of occurrence.

Machinery
02:41

In this lessons you will learn the additional concepts used in risk assessment when applied to medical devices, an example of "sequence of events" leading to an "hazardous situation" will be shown, and the corresponding Excel file is available for download.

Medical Devices
02:29

In this lessons you will learn the additional concepts used in risk assessment when applied to project management.

Project Management
01:40

Risk Assessment Peculiarities
3 questions
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Advanced Tools in Risk Assessment
5 Lectures 18:49

In this lesson you will learn what PHA is and how to use it. You can download a simple Excel worksheet to use in PHA analysis.

Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA)
01:56

In this lesson you will learn what FTA is and how to use it. The Excel file used in the lesson, containing the example of  application of the FTA, is available for download.

Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
03:21

In this lesson you will learn what FMEA is and how to use it. You can download the Excel worksheet with the example shown, and also use it in FMEA analysis.

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
03:58

In this lesson you will learn what HAZOP is and how to use it. You can download an Excel worksheet used in the example.

Preview 03:49

In this lesson you will learn what HACCP is and how to use it. You can download the Excel worksheet used in the example.

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)
05:45

Advanced techniques for risk assessment
5 questions
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Assessment Cycle and When to Use Assessment Tools
2 Lectures 06:50

In this lesson you will learn what the risk assessment cycle is and how to apply the risk assessment procedure. The cycle diagram is available for download.

Risk Assessment Cycle
03:34

In this lesson you will learn where, in the design process, every risk analysis technique shown in the previous section, finds its place. The diagrams shown in the lesson can be downloaded.

Risk Assessment in the Design Process
03:16

Risk cycle and design process
2 questions
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Greetings
1 Lecture 00:48
Greetings and thank you!
00:48
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1 Lecture 00:58
Bonus Lecture: Related Courses Coupons
00:58
About the Instructor
Marco CATANOSSI
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521 Students
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Chartered Engineer - MSc - Senior Consultant

Marco Catanossi lives and works in Italy. He has a MSc in electronics engineering and he is an expert in product safety and certifications, helping many companies from different countries to successfully put their product on the market. The Author has also experience as assessors on product safety on behalf of the Court of Justice and he is member of the European Union engineering panel for innovation projects evaluation. Since 2008, Marco has built a consulting business helping manufacturers from different fields (from medical devices to machinery toys and garments) to meet regulatory and technical requirements worldwide. He is a dedicated professional with a high specialization in products safety and certifications (including electrical/electronics), a deep insight in product liability and a strong practical approach to product engineering and design.