Effective Date: February 01, 2021
Expiration Date: February 01, 2026
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Approving authority. The person or organization responsible for oversight of the requirement and authorized to grant relief from the requirement.
Designated Agency Safety and Health Official (DASHO). The individual who is responsible for the management of the safety and health program within an agency, and is so designated or appointed by the head of the agency pursuant to § 1960.6 and the provisions of Executive Order 12196. [source 29 CFR pt. 1960]
Deviation. A documented authorization releasing a program or project from meeting a requirement before the requirement is put under configuration control at the level the requirement will be implemented. [source NPR 7120.5]
Enhanced-use lease. An out-grant agreement with a public or private entity for the use of NASA-owned real property that allows NASA to retain the cash or in-kind proceeds from the agreement. [source NPR 8800.15]
Hazard. A state or a set of conditions, internal or external to a system that has the potential to cause harm.
Institutional Safety Discipline Leads. Subject-matter-expert for the safety discipline they oversee who provide determination of compliance with requirements, equivalent levels of safety, and if a requirement is non-applicable.
Out-grant. Real estate agreements granting the use of NASA real property to another party. It discusses requirements and processes for Centers to obtain Headquarters' approval to enter into real estate agreements, including Space Act Agreements and Public-Private/Public-Public Ventures, such as Enhanced Use Leases, Commercial Space Launch Act Agreements, and Commercial Antenna Siting Agreements [source NPR 8800.15]
Public. Any person not directly employed by NASA or a contractor performing NASA work who may be impacted by the hazards associated with NASA activities and operations. Examples of the public include tenants and visitors to a NASA facility and the general public located near a NASA facility/operation.
Submitting authority. The person or organization seeking relief from a requirement.
Relief from a requirement. A documented authorization releasing a responsible party from meeting a requirement. [source: Based on NPR 7120.5 definitions for waiver and deviation.]
Safety culture. The value placed on safety as demonstrated by people's behavior. It is the way safety is perceived, valued and prioritized in an organization. It reflects the commitment to safety at all levels in the organization. It is "how an organization behaves when no one is watching". Safety culture is expressed and observed via individual and group attitudes and behavior, and organizational processes.
Waiver. A documented authorization releasing a program or project from meeting a requirement after the requirement is put under configuration control at the level the requirement will be implemented. [source NPR 7120.5].
Workforce. Any person directly employed by NASA or a contractor performing NASA work. Note, people directly employed by tenants on a NASA Center are considered public not workforce.
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