The results for the safety factors
demonstrated that respondents were concerned about UPM pedestrian environment safety.
Considering uncertainties associated with ASET and RSET, the safety factor
is treated as a random variable, rather than a traditional deterministic variable.
For LCR gears without crack, conventional calculation procedures of safety factors
given in DIN 3990 was used.
Tensile safety factor
= Force to fail/Force to use = 45/25 = 1.
Last, the EWG argued that the use of human test results derived solely in adults provides no data on developmental toxicity and thus fails to fulfill the intent of the extra 10-fold child-protective safety factor
required by FQPA (EWG 1999).
Nevertheless, the committee expressed concern that the standard 100-fold safety factor
may not always be sufficient to account for unique susceptibilities at particularly sensitive stages of early development.
Collectively, this increased understanding could reduce the need to apply safety factors
as uncertainties associated with various aspects of the risk assessment process are reduced [e.
I won't vote to go forward if the safety factor
is in question, and I don't want to commit the district to 50 years of mitigation costs at the expense of every other school in the district.
If data on children's unique susceptibilities or exposures are not available, an additional safety factor
must be applied.
Nowhere in our paper, however, do we argue that child-protective safety factors
should be subject to cost--benefit analysis, nor do we suggest "that a child-protective safety factor
should not be added to risk assessment unless it can be directly shown to confer benefit," as Landrigan et al.
And there's an obvious, even understandable, safety factor
in skipping such real Chinese-preferred denizens as jellyfish, sea cucumber and eel, and concentrating on more amenable water residents such as shrimp, salmon and Chilean sea bass.
It made you think about the safety factor
, with a crazed person loose.