Insightful Risk Management
Not everyone involved in the design and development process can be a risk expert, but everyone is experiencing the adverse consequences if your risks are not controlled.
Cockpit makes risk management insightful by considering this as an integral part of the development process. Risk management methods such as FMEA, FTA, Hazard Analysis and Use Error Analysis are supported. The templates can be configured to meet the unique quality requirements, regulations and product needs of your company.
Requirements, risks and validation and verification tests are all handled in one system. No integration is needed with other tools to support your product development process.
Cockpit offers standard support for FMEA tables, FTA, Hazard Analysis, etc. The templates are directly derived from the different standards, so you will not miss anything.
While you’re at it, the system builds a complete library of failure modes for each component, so reuse works easily and quickly.
You can define severity, probability and detection levels yourself so that they meet your internal standards.
Risk Management Functionalities
All information is stored within Cockpit including trace relationships between customer needs, requirements, risks, causes, mitigations and tests.
Cockpit closely follows industry standards. Standard templates are available for FMEA, PHA and FTA.
The Cockpit platform offers the powerful ability to create libraries that can be reused in multiple product development projects. These libraries can contain any type of object, such as Harms and Hazards for risk management processes. These libraries can be configured and are accessible only by authorized people.
The Cockpit platform offers ready-to-use configurable risk settings. Change the severity, detectability and probability for the entire site or for an individual project. Teams can also configure whether they use simple calculations for both color and score, or they can configure custom matrices based on corporate standards. The configurable settings include:
- Detection levels
- Probability levels
- Severity levels
- Scoring settings: Simple calculations vs. configurable score matrix
- Color settings: Simple thresholds vs. configurable score matrix