Risk Occurrence Assessment of the Background Conformity Conditions of Inspection and Quarantine Based on FMEA

Yunhui Dai, Yue Xue, Zhijun Han, Wei Zhang

Abstract


In order to promote the scientific and normalized work of the inspection and quarantine, limited inspection and quarantine resources have to be used for efficient management of limitless inspection and quarantine objects, which requires the screening of the background conformity conditions of inspection and quarantine. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a methodology for potential reliability analysis and safety assessment, and has been widely applied to the protection system of accident prevention. It is of great significance to use FMEA to assess risk in the field of inspection and quarantine. This paper provides an approach for risk occurrence assessment according to actual needs of inspection and quarantine work, based on risk elements analysis in inspection and quarantine work.

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