'Margin of safety
' is the difference between the expected value of the asset and the price at which it is bought.
Historically, operators have relied on pressure testing to validate the required operating margin of safety
. This includes mill and field testing, where standards have varied over the years.
The key to developing a strategy going forward is to know and maintain your margin of safety
, which is based on recorded and verifiable data.
Two of the most useful calculations are the breakeven point and margin of safety
. Breakeven and margin of safety
are both part of a cost-volume-profit analysis, which means that we have to make some basic assumptions in order to perform and interpret our calculations.
We are restoring a reasonable margin of safety
today, rather than risking a loss of confidence tomorrow.
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"So the use-by dates have a margin of safety
. It's quality they are concerned about rather than safety."
So you don't need as much of a margin of safety
as you would if you were a typical couch potato," explained Neuhoff.
Still, the Food and Drug Administration reiterated that it believes the current margin of safety
for BPA is low enough, though more study is needed.
Therefore, its safety margin is between 67 per cent and 150 per cent Co the widest margin of safety
of any viable chemical halon replacement available on the market today.
The leaders Sunder land saw their lead at the top dwindle slightly as their nearest challengers, South Northumberland, picked up two more points from their game and their margin of safety
is now down to just six.
The committee said camphor benzalkonium methosulphate is safe as a UV filter at concentrations of up to 6% in cosmetic sun preparations, however because of its "borderline margin of safety
, its use in other cosmetics products is not recommended".