Long-Term Risk Management Tools for Protocols for Residual Explosive Ordnance Mitigation: A Pretest in Vietnam
The transition from proactive survey and clearance to reactive risk management represents a crucial moment in the life of a mine action program. Relevant frameworks and standards, including the International Mine Action Standard (IMAS) 07.10, usually require that all reasonable effort is applied and a tolerable level of risk with regards to a mine or explosive ordnance (EO) threat is achieved in order to move to a residual state. Such transition requires the application of risk management principles, as stressed in the IMAS 07.14: Risk Management in Mine Action.
Stauffer, Katrin and Mestre, Christelle
"Long-Term Risk Management Tools for Protocols for Residual Explosive Ordnance Mitigation: A Pretest in Vietnam,"
The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 23
, Article 5.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol23/iss3/5
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