Traditional silicon-based micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) safety and arming devices, such as electro-thermal and electrostatically driven MEMS safety and arming devices, experience problems of high insecurity and require high voltage drive. For the current electromagnetic drive mode, the electromagnetic drive device is too large to be integrated. In order to address this problem, we present a new micro electromagnetically driven MEMS safety and arming device, in which the electromagnetic coil is small in size, with a large electromagnetic force. We firstly designed and calculated the geometric structure of the electromagnetic coil, and analyzed the model using COMSOL multiphysics field simulation software. The resulting error between the theoretical calculation and the simulation of the mechanical and electrical properties of the electromagnetic coil was less than 2% under the same size. We then carried out a parametric simulation of the electromagnetic coil, and combined it with the actual processing capacity to obtain the optimized structure of the electromagnetic coil. Finally, the electromagnetic coil was processed by deep silicon etching and the MEMS casting process. The actual electromagnetic force of the electromagnetic coil was measured on a micro-mechanical test system, compared with the simulation, and the comparison results were analyzed.