The concept of embedded safety

: pp.57-60
Received: February 09, 2015
Accepted: March 24, 2015
Boris Ostapenko

National medical academy of postgraduate education P.L. Shupik

The paper introduces the concept of embedded safety as a method ensuring the functional efficiency and safety unity of scientific and technical activities. The author suggests the safety criterion of the dominating vector of the worldview intentions in the society and among professionals and the safety criterion of the scientific and technical project.

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