A fault tree is a graphical representation of logical combinations of causes of a defined undesired event or state. Examples of types of final events are an explosion, failure of equipment, the release of toxic gas and an interruption to production.
The aim of the course is to introduce and develop a basic understanding of the fault tree analyses technique by means of short presentations and a syndicate exercise. The syndicate exercise will be chosen to match the client’s activities. Attendees will gain the following benefits:
Some of the advantages of Fault Tree Analysis are:
Who Can Benefit?
Who are familiar with other hazard and risk assessment techniques (e.g., HAZOP, FMEA) and want to learn another versatile tool. .