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# Introduction to PSAS Risk Management
- PSAS has never had a serious accident.
-- PSAS is the only amateur group we know of that has safety SOPs and contingency plans. These plans have been reviewed and highly praised by TRA safety personnel.
+- PSAS is the only educational rocket group we know of that has safety SOPs and contingency plans. These plans have been reviewed and highly praised by TRA safety personnel.
- PSAS follows all TRA safety regulations and uses experienced TRA L3 personnel for all launches.
- PSAS takes risk seriously and works with an engineering mentality to mitigate known risks: a key example is the launch tower computer safety interlock system.