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Some thoughts about system safety assessment and its current application in aerospaceThe various issues and requirements which must be considered during the actual work of safety assessment are discussed. The task and its objectives are considered and the importance of presentation is stressed, so that problems and their solution are displayed adequately to the many disciplines involved. The definition of areas of influence to which the requirements can be applied, and safety objectives derived, is also discussed. Emphasis is placed on the need to determine and set out safety objectives with precision so that the analysis is not complicated with occurrences which are not relevant to safety.
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Conference Paper
Peter R. Allison
(British Air Registration Board London, United Kingdom)
Date Acquired
August 6, 2013
Publication Date
May 26, 1971
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Publication: Proceedings of the NASA Government-Industry System Safety Conference
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Meeting Information
Government-Industry System Safety Conference(Greenbelt, MD)
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