QRA

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AcronymDefinition
QRAQuantitative Risk Assessment
QRAQuick Reaction Alert
QRAQuantitative Risk Analysis
QRAQuantified Risk Assessment
QRAStation Name
QRAQuaternary Research Association (UK)
QRAQuery, Reporting and Analysis (software)
QRAQuantum Reflex Analysis
QRAQuick Release Adapter
QRAQueensland Rifle Association
QRAQuarantined
QRAQuinsigamond Rowing Association
QRAQuality & Reliability Assurance
QRAQuality-Ready Assessment (Seapine Software)
QRAQuad Racing Association (UK)
QRAQuick Reaction Assessment
QRAQuick Release Assembly
QRAQuick Reaction Antenna
QRAQuick Response Audit
QRAQuannapowitt Radio Association
QRAQuick Response Alarm
QRAQuota Report Assistant
QRAQueensland Recording Association
QRAQuality Relationships Alliance
QRAQasmieh-Ras El Ain (area in Lebanon)
QRAQuick Response Area
QRAQuartzite Rock Association
QRAQuantitative Reasoning and Analysis
QRAQueensland Ranger Association
QRAQueensland Renal Association
QRAQuick Reaction Aircraft
QRAQuick Response Award
QRAQuick Reference Allowance (USGA estimator of a golfers' ability)
QRAQuality Resorts of America
QRAQuince Road Area
QRAQuantitative Resistance Alleles
QRAQuinebaug Rivers Association
QRAQuarterly Review and Analysis
QRAQuality in Rulemaking Academy
QRAQualified Refuge Area
QRAQuick Raise Antenna
QRAQuality and Regulatory Associates, LLC
QRAQuasi-Regularity Approach
QRAQuincy Retiree Association
QRAQuick Readiness Assessment
QRAQuantitative Radioisotopic Angiocardiography
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Mr Osmond, who has written a paper on the issue, said, 'Milford Haven Port Authority has claimed to have carried out all manner of risk assessments but they have not provided evidence that they have carried out a full Quantified Risk Assessment of the dangers at Herbranston jetty, as laid down by the Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO).
Elaboration of metrics specific to a sectors key processes for quantified risk assessment.
The advantage of the single system is speed; fully quantified risk assessments can be executed in minutes rather than hours or days.