ALARP


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AcronymDefinition
ALARPAs Low as Reasonably Practicable (health and safety)
ALARPAs Low as Reasonably Possible
ALARPAdvanced Language Arts Research and Presentation
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215) Such a ban turned out to be eminently sensible and entirely consistent with the application of the traditional DC principle of ALARP.
I see no alternative but to report to the secretary of state that the Nimrod fleet should not fly until the ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) standards are met.
Developing risk matrices, demonstrating ALARP, safety targets, the value of presenting a fatality, and tools and techniques for assessments are discussed.
To limit the social risks, there are many criteria such as ALARP, Risk Matrix, F-N curve, PLL (Potential Loss of Life), FAR (Fatal Accident Rate), VIIH (Value of Injuries and Ill Health), ICAF (Implied Cost of Averting a Facility) and LQI (Life Quality Index) etc.
The candidate shall assist employer in reviewing the contracts for the individual lots with respect to CE-marking and identify and challenge the limits and interfaces stated by the contractors and, if required participate in risk analysis according to ALARP principles.