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DOE-STD -3009-94
Table 3-3. Qualitative severity classification table.
Descriptive Word
Description
No
Negligible on-site and off-site
impact on people or the
environs.
Low
Minor on-site and negligible
off-site impact on people or
the environs.
Moderate
Considerable on-site impact
on people or the environs;
only minor off-site impact.
High
Considerable on-site and off-
site impacts on people or the
environs.
Table 3-4. Qualitative likelihood classification table.
Estimated annual
Descriptive
likelihood of
word
occurrence
Description
10-1>p>10-2
Anticipated
Incidents that may occur several
times during the lifetime of the
facility. (Incidents that commonly
occur)
10-2>p>10-4
Unlikely
Accidents that are not anticipated
to occur during the lifetime of the
facility. Natural phenomena of
this probability class include:
Uniform Building Code-level
earthquake, 100 -year flood,
maximum wind gust, etc.
10-4>p>10-6
Extremely
Accidents that will probably not
Unlikely
occur during the life cycle of the
facility. This class includes the
design basis accidents.
10-6>p
Beyond Extremely
All other accidents.
Unlikely
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