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Risk-significant The term 'Risk-significant' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' 'Risk-significant' can refer to a facility’s system, structure, component, or accident sequence that exceeds a predetermined limit for contributing to the risk associated with the facility. The term also describes a level of risk exceeding a predetermined 'significance' level. For additional detail, see Risk Assessment in Regulation and the Fact Sheet on Nuclear Reactor Risk. '.
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