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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En esta etapa se pretende evaluar las amenazas que puedan presentar los activos y, a partir de esto, se evalua el riesgo relativo de cada uno de estos, para posteriormente realizar la planificacion de las inspecciones y monitoreo necesarios para mantener los niveles de riesgo tan bajos como sea posible (Alarp) segun los recursos con los que se cuente y del nivel de riesgo del activo.
The general duty to reduce risks to ALARP has important
These courses offer an opportunity to obtain a full understanding into the phenomenon of explosions, what effects and consequences can be expected, how to become compliant with the regulations in force whilst delivering a sound basis of safety to protect personnel and plant within ALARP as low as reasonably practicable.
ALARP's playing field, Bainbridge says, would be an open-air city or park.
(99.) Environmental Defense and DuPont, supra note 74, at 69 (this approach is also known as the 'As Low As Reasonably Practicable' (ALARP) approach and has been endorsed as part of the best practice approach to dealing with ENPs in the workplace by a number of experts).
(140) Likewise the concept of "best practicable means," developed in the nineteenth century, continued to be the basis for action and also gave rise to associated qualitative concepts such as "as low as reasonably practicable" (ALARP).
The goal of the DFMEA process is to obtain RPN, which are "As Low As Reasonably Possible" (ALARP) for each failure mode identified.
An expert from Alarp Safety, an independent health and safety consultancy said: "As every effort is made in this day and age to prevent children playing with discarded syringe needles, every effort must be made to prevent children coming into contact with these potentially, equally sharp needles."
"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."
He said: "I have given the matter considerable thought and I see no alternative but to report to the Secretary of State that the Nimrod fleet should not fly until the Alarp (risk is 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.
In this matrix, each hazard entity is located within a specific X,Y region, ranging from standard acceptable risk level, "As Low as Reasonably Practical" (ALARP), to strategic damage.