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|In the latest version a great change in Hazard Log
is made. Previously the hazard log constitutes only one module. Now it has
been split into three different modules namely Hazard Module, Accident Module
and Safety Functions Module. Another formal module with the name References
is used to store references for a specific object in a module. Description
for these is given below:
|A Hazard Log is a live document listing all potential
operating hazards (DOORS® objects) which could lead to loss
in the project, product or plant throughout its life cycle. For each hazard
the log also lists associated parameters such as level of risk, control
measures, owner, ID and classification (DOORS® attributes).
The Hazard Module contains the list of all the hazards. Previously all the three above mentioned modules were merged into one that was creating a little bit of ambiguity for the user. Now they are splinted and hazard module contains only the hazard and its frequency.
|Accident module stores the accident associated to
a hazard. The relation between hazard and accident is one to mandatory many.
It means that every hazard has at least one or more than one accident associated
with it. Each accident will have its own probability and severity. And there
will be one or more safety functions associated with it.
There is an additional feature through which the user can
select the linked hazard, safety function or reference can chage its few
attributes. The selection is done by double clicking on the linked object
in the lower part of the form. For more details, click here.
|Safety Functions Module
|A hazard with high rate of becoming a severe accident must be controlled accordingly. Safety Functions against every accident that are to be taken in case an accident occurs are enlisted in Safety Function Module. An accident object in accident module with a particular control must be linked with the respective object in Safety Functions Module.|
|References module is going to have the references to different hazards. References are optional. And relation for hazard to reference is one to optional many. This would help the user to keep the reference of hazards.|
|Users module is going have the references to different hazards.|
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