|Sujet: Rapport sur la sécurité d'ISS, analyses et recommandations Mer 28 Fév 2007 - 18:45|| |
Un rapport publié par la NASA (et ses partenaires) sur la sécurité de l'ISS, avec analyses des différents risques et des recommandations.http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/170368main_IIST_%20Final%20Report.pdfAs required by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Authorization Act of 2005 (Public law 109-155), this report of the International Space Station Independent Safety Task Force (IISTF) to NASA and the United States Congress assesses vulnerabilities of the International Space Station (ISS) that could lead to its destruction, compromise the health of its crew, or necessitate its premature abandonment. The Task Force offers recommenda-tions that, if followed, should strengthen the ISS Program by increasing the likelihood of mission success and mitigating risks to crew safety or health.
The Task Force’s approach to the assigned tasks was two dimensional. First, the Task Force identified threats and vulnerabilities (hazards) that could cause ISS destruction, compromise crew health, or necessitate the premature abandonment of the ISS. The Task Force reviewed the controls against these vulnerabilities, which included design requirements, safety controls, and procedural/operational controls. Second, the Task Force reviewed the ISS Program’s cross-cutting management functions consisting of plans, procedures, governing processes, and man-agement processes that should provide advanced indications and warnings that will avoid events that might lead to destruction of the ISS, loss of its crew, or abandonment of the Station as well as avoid crew health problems.
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