FMEA TECHNIQUES USED IN ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT
Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author:Soghra Vazdani, GHolamReza Sabzghabaei, Soolmaz Dashti, Mitra Cheraghi, Reza Alizadeh, Aazam Hemmati
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Other industries or strategic installations cities after the industrialization process, a large percentage of urban land use, consciously or unconsciously to have been allocated. Investigation and detection of black spots and dangerous in systems and processes to prevent accidents is of particular importance. Risks in the project, are unknown events that may happen in the event of a negative or positive impact on project objectives is effective. Each event has specific causes and consequences are distinguishable. The consequences of these events directly in time, cost and quality. Therefore, effective project risk identification and to determine the effect of special importance. Organizations should be able to use a variety of methods to assess the risk of one or a combination of the select few. This article introduces the risk assessment and FMEA methodology has been focused on the process of doing that.