Practical Risk Analysis for Safety Management
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In the study of explosives and their applications, safety is of paramount importance. This report describes a practical risk analysis system which was developed as an outgrowth of safety considerations for a continuing program of explosive blast effects. The study described in this report was performed during fiscal year 1976 and supported by Navy Director of Laboratory Programs Task Assignment R000 01 01.This report has been prepared primarily for timely presentation of information. Although care has been taken in the preparation of the technical material presented, conclusions drawn are not necessarily final and may be subject to revision.
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NPS Report NumberNWC-TP-5865
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