The state of the science of system safety in the Department of Defense
Banas, Raymond S.
Creighton, John W.
Waldeisen, Lewis E.
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The possibility that the System Safety discipline, as practiced by the Department of Defense and particularly the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIRSYSCOM), acts as a significant barrier to the utilization of System Safety technology is the acquisition process is analyzed. Specific areas including contract procedures, contracting documentation, specifications, regulations and administrative procedures are investigated. Emphasis is placed on improving the effectiveness of the safety program within the Navy.
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