ConsuNova Safety & Reliability Services

Reliability and Safety Engineering

ConsuNova senior engineers deliver world-leading professional services, focused on helping capable and innovative companies become better at developing complex & mission-critical and safety-critical systems.

Domain-specific senior consultants will augment your projects; on-site or off-site.
We connect the dots to make a network of solutions, and we take our project as seriously as your customers take your products.


ConsuNova ARP4761 System Safety Assessment, FHA, PHA and PSSA include:

- The Aircraft Safety Assessment process includes verification of the requirements of the aircraft development activities. The Safety Assessment process also provides the methodology for ensuring that all significant failure conditions have been identified and considered.

- The Safety Assessment process is a significant part of the aircraft certification process by national, European (EASA) and US (FAA) regulatory authorities.

- The path is to start from Functional Hazard Analysis (FHA) at the beginning of the aircraft development, performing Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA), Preliminary System Safety Assessment (PSSA) and finally System Safety Assessment (SSA) and Safety Assessment Report (SAR).

Specific Safety Analysis

- Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) is an engineering technique for identification and elimination of known and/or potential problems within a system.

- FMEA is an ongoing process that should begin as part of the first design review and continue throughout the life of the product.

- ConsuNova experts perform the FMECA, focusing on the critical failures as well the potential failure modes analysis for design and process. ConsuNova will follow FMECA according to the MIL-STD-1629A requirements and process/design FMEA in compliance with QS 9000 guidelines

- ConsuNova performs ARP 4761 Reliability Prediction for electronic and nonelectronic parts according to any of the existing reliability standards.

- Reliability calculations are based on electrical/thermal stress analysis. The output is a report with a breakdown of MTBF and MTBCF figures per system, unit, board and component levels.

- ARP 4761 Fault Tree Analysis and event tree analysis are two of the most mature and versatile methods for dealing with probabilistic risk, reliability and availability issues.

- Including software in a system Fault Tree Analysis or quantitative hazard analysis is essential in software-heavy systems. Not only does Software fail, it is often included as a mitigation element to hardware failures. A system analysis is incomplete without including the software elements and the interfaces between software and hardware.

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San Diego, California, 92130

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