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Considerations Regarding the Use of Detectability In Risk Assessments | IVT

Detectability is often defined as the ability to detect a failure before it causes harm.  The purpose of considering detection in any scenario is to ensure that potential or actual failures can be identified with enough time to take action before the user is adversely affected.  Risk assessment tools may (i.e., FMEA) or may not (i.e., HACCP) include detection in their use.  There are instances when detection may limit the implementation of effective risk controls or confuse the objective of the assessment.  This paper explores potential pitfalls associated with considering detectability within the risk management framework.

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