Risk Acceptation Principles in Transport

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Risk Acceptation Principles in Transport

In this paper are presented few methodological problems related to valuing and acceptation risk in transport. In this lecture are presented such problems as: 1. philosophical, ethical and practical rules of risk acceptation. 2. ALARP, ALARA, GAMAB, MEM principles in relation to risk in transport.

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