Interim Defence Standard 00–56 is an influential standard, particularly in its approach to the problem of design faults, and despite its title addresses, system. Abstract: This work describes the degree to which civil safety standards map to the requirements of Defence Standard issue 4. Four key principles are. Abstract: Defence Standard (DS) is the UK MoD’s primary contracting safety management standard, used to govern the safety aspects of work undertaken.
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