Common Risk Criteria Standards for National Test Ranges: Supplement
RANGE SAFETY GROUP, RANGE COMMANDERS COUNCIL WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE NM WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE
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The RCC 321 standard is the foundational document that defines consensus standards for the range risk management process and risk criteria. This supplement provides additional detailed information to assist in implementation of the standards. The supplement is intended to a. promote a uniform process among the ranges b. promote valid, repeatable risk assessments c. foster innovation to support challenging missions d. nurture openness and trustworthiness among the ranges, range users and the public e. simplify the scheduling process f. present common risk criteria that can reduce cost for users of multiple test ranges. This document supplements the policies, criteria, and risk management process established by RCC Standard 321. It also provides supporting rationale and guidance on models and analyses to assist safety professionals in implementing the policies and criteria. This supplement is for use by DoD national ranges and the Major Range and Test Facility Base MRTFB members. The information provided applies to launch and reentry hazards generated by endoatmospheric and exoatmospheric range activities, including both guided and unguided missiles and missile intercepts, space launches, and reentry vehicles. This document does not include aviation operations or unmanned aerial vehicle UAV operations see Section 1.2 of the standard. The RCC document 323 provides criteria for UAVs.
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Safety Engineering