Safety Check 1 _ Memox

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ME 463 Safety Check 1 – At Start of Project Study the problem statement for your project this semester. Discuss among your group safety issues. Email a memo (see template below), addressed to the safety committee (Mike Sherwood, PEARL Manager, John Starkey, PEARL Director, and your ME 463 instructor), which answers the following questions: 1. What ultimate prototype, proof-of-concept, test, or experiment is anticipated for this project (experiment)? 2. What potential risks are there associated with this ultimate experiment (see potential sources below)? 3. What is the engineering benefit of the proposed experiment? 4. Does the engineering benefit outweigh the potential risks? Why or why not. 5. Are alternate, safer, experiments possible? Safety committee will respond with concerns, if any, for the project. An approval to proceed from the safety committee is required in response to this memo before design work can commence. Potential Risk Sources
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course CGT 101 taught by Professor Mohler,j during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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