BS EN 16602-40-02:2014 - Space product assurance. Hazard analysis

BS EN 16602-40-02:2014

Space product assurance. Hazard analysis

Status : Current, Under review   Published : September 2014



This Standard details the hazard analysis requirements of ECSS-Q-ST-40; it defines the principles, process, implementation, and requirements of hazard analysis. It is applicable to all European space projects where during any project phase there exists the potential for hazards to personnel or the general public, space flight systems, ground support equipment, facilities, public or private property or the environment. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

Standard NumberBS EN 16602-40-02:2014
TitleSpace product assurance. Hazard analysis
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 September 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 16001-00-01, EN 16602-40, ECSS-S-ST-00-01, ECSS-Q-ST-40, ECSS-M-ST-80, EN 16601-80
Informative References(Provided for Information)ECSS-M-ST-10, EN 16601-10, ECSS-Q-ST-30-02, EN 16602-30-02, ECSS-M-ST-40, ECSS-S-ST-00, EN 16601-40, EN 16601-00, ISO 14620-2:2000
ReplacesBS EN 14738:2004
International RelationshipsEN 16602-40-02:2014
DescriptorsQuality assurance, Production planning, Space technology components, Occupational safety, Space technology, Spacecraft, Space centres (ground), Space transport, Equipment safety, Quality assurance systems, Space safety, Hazards, Risk assessment
Title in FrenchAssurance produit des projets spatiaux. Analyse de risques
Title in GermanRaumfahrtproduktsicherung. Gefahrenanalyse
ISBN978 0 580 84275 7
File Size1.196 MB

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