NASA-STD-8719.24 ANX REV B W/CHG 1
ANNEX TO NASA-STD-8719.24 NASA PAYLOAD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: REQUIREMENTS TABLE
|Publication Date:||22 May 2023|
This standard is incorporated by reference in NPR 8715.7and applicable to all NASA Payload projects. The requirements in this document apply to each payload project and its design, fabrication, launch area testing, vehicle integration, launch processing, launch, ascent flight phase through payload separation, and planned recovery; payload-provided upper stages; interface hardware that is flown as part of a payload; and GSE (Ground Support Equipment) used to support payload-related operations. During the period from post launch ascent flight phase through payload separation the requirements of this document apply only to the extent that a hazard could credibly result in a mishap causing a fatal injury or loss of the flight termination system. This document does not address in-flight spacecraft operational safety. This document applies to payload processing facilities and the launch site area and does not apply to payload integration, operations and testing performed at NASA Centers, JPL and other contractor facilities that take place prior to payload shipment to the launch site area. The mission success and any scientific objectives of the payload are the responsibility of the Payload Project Office and are beyond the scope of this document. When conflicting safety requirements are encountered, the most stringent shall be applied. When additional safety requirements are needed, NPR 8715.7, USSF SSCMAN 91-710, and local safety requirements shall be applied as determined by the PSWG and Range Safety.
This document is a template for developing a specific payload project's safety requirements document. The tailored edition shall be placed on contract, other agreement, or effected through the applicable range Universal Documentation System. Requirements were identified to address the safe design and operational concerns encountered in a 'typical' spacecraft. Every attempt was made to capture the intent of all original requirements from applicable baseline requirements (e.g., USSF SSCMAN 91-710). The contents of this publication provide additional clarification, remove non-applicable requirements, and reflect current practices and procedures of Ranges, Launch Vehicle Contractors, Payload Processing Facility Contractors, etc. The PSWG and Range Safety reserves the right to identify applicable requirements not addressed, and any oversights, omissions, or inaccuracies during the tailoring process with the payload project office. See Attachment A1.1 of this volume, for further tailoring instructions.
Developing a tailored edition of this document. The tailored edition should look like this document with the following exceptions:
The tailored edition shall be constructed in the following manner:
Insert a document heading/title that reads, "NASA Payload Safety Requirements" for Project Name, date of the applicable contract/agreement/ etc.", centered at the top of each page.
Date of tailored edition.
The term "PROPRIETARY" shall be placed on page 1, centered directly over the ITAR/EAR regulatory determination statement for each payload project.
Remaining heading information shall be left justified.
This standard is applicable to all NASA Payload projects under all new programs in accordance with NPR 8715.7..
All new NASA Payload projects must comply with the requirements in this document. However, similar previously approved projects, systems or operations and related noncompliances may be updated and submitted for consideration by the PSWG in assessing the safety of the new payload project. Existing projects and noncompliance approvals approved before the initial publication of this document shall be updated to reflect any changes since last approval and resubmitted to the PSWG for PSWG and Range Safety assessment.