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SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. PHASE III-PROPOSAL. BOEING MODEL 2707. VOLUME IV-6. SYSTEM SAFETY PLAN.
BOEING CO SEATTLE WA SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT DIV
The Phase III System Safety Plan presented in this report is based on the concept that assuring a new airplane of superior safety attributes is fundamentally dependent on Identification of hazards to which the airplane may be exposed Incorporation of design features which eliminate or compensate for such hazards and Implementation of a broad program of design reviews and tests to verify that such hazards have been identified and rectified, and that the airplane is, in fact, safe. A fundamental objective of the SST Program is to build a safe transport. Within that framework the objective of this System Safety Program is to provide for the elimination of all potential material failures and human errors which could result in injury or damage causing events. Attainment of this objective will be realized by the use of the most advanced techniques in design, fabrication, test, certification, training and airline support of the airplane. Safety will not be compromised to any degree to achieve any other program objective.
See also Volume IV-7, AD-804 738L.