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This intuition fosters a belief that numbers indicating high risk (especially borderline high risk) can somehow be discounted. . If the Commander exceeds the criteria it can be argued that the criteria does not exist, or was in fact, never a valid criteria. For credibility and liability protection, it is better to change the criteria before initiating a launch operation, than to establish one and then violate it (30th SW, 1999). As indicated above and in Appendix E, the committee noted that conservatism is, in fact, built into many range safety analytical models and procedures.
Source: 45th SW, 1999. risk-management perspective, it appears that the Africa gates could be moved safely uprange. , terminating vehicle tracking, telemetry, and FTS coverage beyond approximately 480 seconds) would violate E c limits or significantly increase Ec. This conclusion should be validated by more detailed analyses covering current and future launch vehicles of interest. If downrange tracking is needed for reasons other than risk management, those requirements should be documented. However, as already noted, the WR has demonstrated that the collective risk standard can be met without tracking, telemetry, or FTS during the later stages of flight.
Table 3-1 compares this risk level with the annualized collective risk limits for other fields and shows that annualized risks on the order of 10–3 are commonly accepted, both in the United States and internationally. The significantly lower risk standard established by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for the operation of nuclear power plants reflects concerns about a major catastrophe that could affect tens or hundreds of thousands of people near a nuclear power plant and the potential longterm consequences of a nuclear accident.