The new edition further characterizes a manufacturer's policy for determining acceptable risk
as "essential" and recommends, as one option, matrices (examples provided in Annex D), which document the combinations of probability of harm and severity of harm that are acceptable or unacceptable.
A guide to the determination of acceptable risk
and realistic performance objectives is followed by a discussion to establish the effectiveness of current codes to achieve acceptable performance.
In combat, the specific mission objectives may make the level of acceptable risk
Nasrallah said 43% of doctors agreed that diabetes is an acceptable risk
factor, and a slightly higher percentage said that weight gain was an acceptable risk
factor in selecting a drug therapy.
Scientific advisers to the European Commission say frequent indoor burning of candles with lead cores exposes families to "an un- acceptable risk
The next group (about 35%) consists of excellent clients that reflect minor but acceptable risk
; an example might be a client with poor internal controls who's willing to improve.
A camp's staff that has never experienced a hazard tree accident usually makes statements such as -- "That tree has been there for many years and it hasn't failed yet." "Hazard trees are an acceptable risk
." "The board doesn't want anything done to the trees." "We don't want to change the looks of the camp." Or, "We don't have time."
Defining what is and is not an acceptable risk
is the legacy of AIDS treatment activism.
Warren argues that during the debates throughout the century, the definition of acceptable risk
had to be negotiated and this negotiation was often controlled by industry, which funded the scientific research on which acceptable blood lead levels were determined.
by Sarah Lichtenstein, Baruch Fischoff, and Stephen Darby, Cambridge University Press, 40 W.
If the prevalence of UTI is less than 2% in a given population, one UTI would be missed out of urinalyses of 250 febrile children due to a false negative--an acceptable risk
The levels are compared with acceptable risk