Not everyone involved in your design and development process can be a risk expert, but everyone will suffer if you fail to manage risk. Cockpit demystifies risk management by integrating risk elements with your end-to-end work process and providing configurable structured worksheet formats based on traditional risk management approaches like FMEA, FTA, Hazard Analysis, etc. The templates are straight out of the guidebooks and can be configured to match the unique QA, regulatory, and product needs of your business.
ZERO INTEGRATION NECESSARY
Risks, requirements, and validation and verification tests are all handled in one system; no module integration necessary to reach your product development goals.
FOLLOWING INDUSTRY STANDARDS
Cockpit offers default formats for FMEA Tables, FTA, Hazard Analysis, etc. The templates are straight out of the standards guidebooks, so you don’t miss anything.
As you go, the system is building a complete library of failure modes for each component, which is used throughout your additional work.
Severity levels, Probability levels, and Detection levels are defined by you to match your internal standards.
Risk Management Features
Users can actually see traceability & interactions of customers needs, requirements, risks, causes, mitigations and tests.
Cockpit Follows Industry Standards directly. Default formats for FMEA, PHA, Human Factors and FTA.
The Cockpit Platform provides the powerful ability to create libraries to use among product development lines. These libraries can contain any sort of object, such as Harms and Hazards for risk management processes. These libraries are configurable by your organization and are access controlled, only allowing those authorized to access and edit the libraries.
The Cockpit Platform provides configurable risk settings out-of-the-box. Change severity, detectability, and occurrence values for the entire site or for an individual project. Teams can also configure whether to use simple calculations for both color and score or they can configure custom matrices based on company standards. The configurable settings include:
- Detection Levels
- Occurrence (Probability) Levels
- Severity Levels
- Score Settings: Simple Calculations vs. Configurable Score Matrix
- Color Settings: Simple Threshold vs. Configurable Color Matrix