## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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measures a 2 which the

measures a 2 which the

**risk**is considered acceptable . Values 50-100 times larger would be to employ tools , which can be documented to have a direct are typical assigned to the tolerable**risk**level . For a**risk**level above cost benefit ...Page 11

Such an analysis will allow the project to cater for those

Such an analysis will allow the project to cater for those

**risks**through " exercises of all project activities . ... The benefits of a qualitative**risk**analysis in any project and event trees , which are normally used in a quantitative ...Page 371

Acceptable annual failure probability Pr proposed in CIRIA report [ 7 ] has this form and failure probability will be one tenth of the original value if the number of peoples exposed to

Acceptable annual failure probability Pr proposed in CIRIA report [ 7 ] has this form and failure probability will be one tenth of the original value if the number of peoples exposed to

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