1967-02-01

Defining the Safety Mission 670668

A FUNDAMENTAL ASPECT of the System Safety Engineering concept which requires attention and improvement is that of defining the more subtle safety requirements of a complex system. It is suggested that safety requirements must be presented in measurable terms and expressions if they are to be consistantly and effectively incorporated in design.

SAE MOBILUS

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