Guidelines for Developing Quantitative Risk Criteria indicates that appropriate anchors for corporate risk criteria are the existing governmental risk criteria. Even if a company does not plan on doing Quantitative Risk Analysis which would require the establishment of individual or societal risk criteria, the governmental established values for these risk criteria can still provide the anchor for a company to determine if the risk criteria being used in their LOPA analyses are harmonized with these values. Existing governmental guidance on risk criteria for use in LOPA can also be used to ensure appropriate values for single scenario risk criteria.
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