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ASEMĀ 612. Engineering Risk. 3 Hours.

Engineering risk is defined both quantitatively and qualitatively as an estimate of the probability that a hazard-related incident will occur and of the severity of harm or damage that could result. This course provides students with tools to assess and reduce safety risks in their own company. These tools include risk assessment matrices, probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) measures, including event tree analysis, fault tree analysis, and other prevention through design concepts. The role of a structured, formalized decision analysis process in preventing serious injuries and fatalities is also explored. Students engage in a risk mitigation decision analysis project, which is specific to their company and/or business sector. Guest lecturers from diverse industries discuss their experiences in assessing and managing risk. Live participation in a weekly 1.5 hour online forum is required. LiveClasses in ASEM 612 are held three times per semester on Sunday from 1:30-3:00 pm CDT. Students are expected to attend four LiveClasses in ASEM 601 as well.
Prerequisites: (ASEM 610 [Min Grade: B] or EGR 610 [Min Grade: B])

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