Norm

ISO 11231:2010 en

Space systems - Probabilistic risk assessment (PRA)

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 17
Commissie Lucht- en ruimtevaart
Gepubliceerd op 01-08-2010
Taal Engels
This standard supports and complements the implementation of the risk management process defined in ISO17666 in situations when application of quantitative risk assessment is deemed necessary. This standard defines the principles, process, implementation, and requirements for conducting a quantitative risk assessment and explains the details of probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) as applied to safety. This standard provides the basic requirements and procedures for use of PRA techniques to assess safety or mission risk and success in space programs and projects. The standard is applicable to all international space projects involving: the design of space vehicles for the transportation of personnel in space; the design of space and non-terrestrial planetary stations inhabited by human being; the design of space and launch vehicle powered by or carrying nuclear materials and others projects as directed by authorities or clients. These types of projects generally involve scenarios, chains of events, or activities that could result in the death or serious injury to the public, astronauts or pilots, or the workforce; or the loss of critical or high-value equipment and property. For other types of projects, PRA is recommended but should be performed at the discretion of the project management.

Details

ICS-code 49.140
Engelse titel Space systems - Probabilistic risk assessment (PRA)

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