Safety Management
Risk Management
Railway RAMS
Combat Management System
Airport Management System
Energy Management System
Safety Engineering
Safety Management
Safety Management is the implementation of a "Safety Management System" into an organization. A Safety Management System uses a "Hazard Log" to manage the safety. The controlled unit - which can be counted and calculated - is "Risk".
A "Safety Management System" is similar to other types of "Management Systems". For example, an "Economy Management System" uses a "Budget" to manage the economy; the used controlled unit - which can be counted and piled up - is "Money".
Safety management systems provide a framework for minimizing such dangers at every level of an organization. From a single incident investigation to a complete safety culture assessment, safety management services help businesses meet regulatory requirements, protect their reputations and take steps to keep their employees safe.
Based on our clients' specific concerns, we develop solutions that help them establish, manage and monitor activities to improve safety performance. We provide the following:-
  • Setting up of Safety Organisation
  • Safety Management Plan
  • Definition of Safety Management System
  • Safety Audit Plan
  • Hazard Log
  • Safety Audit Report
  • Safety Case Reports
Risk Management
Risk or danger arises out of hazards. Safety is the freedom from risk to the level desired. Risk is the product of two functions that is probability of an event which might occur and severity of event if it occurs.
The purpose of risk management is to reduce the likelihood of accidents occurring and/or minimising the resultant consequences.
We use engineering-based and field-proven methods to offer our clients practical, rational and holistic risk management systems and solutions. From quantitative and probabilistic software-based risk modeling to qualitative hazard assessment, we can help you design an overall risk management system or conduct a specific analysis.
We conduct the following activities, as part of Risk Management, which are iterated through the life of the project:-
  • Hazard Identification
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Risk Estimation
  • Risk and ALARP Evaluation
  • Risk Reduction
  • Risk Acceptance
Railway RAMS Standard
IEC 62278 standard provides Railway Authorities and support industry with a process which will enable the implementation of a consistent approach to the management of Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS).
EN 50126, EN 50128 and EN 50129 are European Railway Standards and are mentioned in all the contracts.

EN 50126 is about Safety Management System in Railway Projects.

EN 50128 is about Safety Software Management.

EN 50129 is about proving the safety of a product in a Safety Case.

We provide the RAMS services in different phases of the project as per these standards. We can engineer the following RAMS document in a Railway Project:-
  • System Assurance Plan
  • System Safety Plan
  • System RAM Plan
  • Safety Policy
  • Hazard Log
Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA)
Sub System Hazard Analysis (SSHA)
Interface Hazard Analysis (IHA)
Operating & Support Hazard Analysis (OSHA)
Safety Requirements
  • Design Safety Studies (this includes Hazard Log, Deterministic Safety Assessment, Quantitative Risk Assessment, Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Analysis, FMECA, RBD)
  • RAMS Prediction and Analysis Report
  • RAM Test/Demonstration Plan
  • RAM Test Analysis and Test Report
  • Engineering Safety Validation Plan
  • Engineering Safety Validation Report
  • Safety Case
Project in Zambia
We managed US $2.3 million project of laying Optical Fibre cable and setting up antennas on Mobile Telephone towers in Malawi and Zambia.

Projects with Siemens
We undertook RAMS analysis of BHS system designed by Siemens for their projects in India and Thailand.

Software Audit
We have conducted manual testing and auditing of the software. Common problems and software failures encountered in e-governance projects.