EVC brings together highly-skilled engineers and experienced safety professionals to assist you in meeting your goals.

Systems Safety

EVC safety and occupational health solutions experts take your program’s hazard control to the next level

Engineering and safety should go hand-in-hand. Enterprise Ventures Corporation (EVC) brings together highly-skilled engineers and safety professionals to assist in meeting your goals. Our experts help develop, modify, and maintain your organization’s systems. We provide definitive safety considerations to avoid costly mishaps and injuries.

EVC brings over 25 years of engineering solutions to the Federal Government and commercial industry. Additionally, we have over 10 years delivering comprehensive safety and occupational health services. We deliver safety solutions spanning policies, procedures, and technologies across the product lifecycle. These services include identification of safety requirements, analysis of potential design hazards, development of safety features and procedures, and verification of product safety. Our expertise includes environmental know-how integrating a total Systems Safety solution.

Professional Staff

Team EVC gives you access to a high-caliber staff of professionals, including:

  • Certified Safety Professionals
  • Certified Industrial Hygienists
  • Graduate Safety Professionals
  • Occupational Health and Safety Technologists
  • Systems Engineers
  • Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Environmental and Chemical Engineers
  • Metallurgical and Materials Engineers
Our Capabilities

EVC helps ensure safety requirements and solutions integrate design, development, testing, operations, and retirement. We bring a broad mix of safety professionals and engineering disciplines together. Our team has in-depth knowledge of the policies, best practices, and innovation to meet the safety needs for acquisition decision makers and your users. Our Systems Safety capabilities include:

  • Failure Analysis—with particular strengths in Machine/System failures
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis
  • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
  • Fault Tree Analysis
  • Hazard and Operability Studies
  • Mishap Investigation
  • Ergonomics, and user-interface expertise
  • Human Failure Analysis
  • Software Safety
  • Electrical Safety
  • Process Safety Management
  • Safety Engineering
Case Studies
Carriage, Stream, Tow, and Recovery System (CSTRS)

CSTRS is the deployment system designed by EVC’s parent company, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC). The system is used with the MH-60S helicopter to support a variety of sensors that seek and neutralize maritime mine threats. CTC has served as the prime contractor on the U.S. Navy Organic Airborne Mine Countermeasures CSTRS program since the program’s inception in 1999. EVC is the prime contractor for the manufacture of CSTRS units. We are also the provider of all spare parts, and perform all repair work on existing systems. Initiated as a feasibility study, CSTRS has grown into a highly-successful, major program. This is due in large part to our innovative initial design concepts integrating safety aspects through every development step. Team EVC continues to support the CSTRS program from engineering refinements through logistics and training support. Services include providing both onsite and distance support for testing conducted in a variety of locations. We manufacture full CSTRS units and related Spares and Repairs.

ACES Ejection Seat

The military’s advanced concept ejection seat, ACES II®, is one of the most successful aircrew escape systems in U.S. Air Force history. It is credited with saving more than 456 lives since it was introduced in 1976. With more than 8,000 seats delivered to date, the ACES II is currently used on F-15, F-16, B-1B, B-2, A-10, F-117 and F-22 aircraft. Using the strengths of the ACES II as a foundation, Goodrich Aircraft Interiors and CTC developed the next-generation ACES 5 seat for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). The new seat is optimized to enhance safety and ergonomics for aircrew, reduce maintenance downtime, and improve structural performance at a reduced system weight—all within a challenging time constraint of 14 months!

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