Munitions by their very nature are hazardous items, and hence the hazards that could result from a munition as a consequence of experiencing a threat environment during its life cycle will always be of concern to the user .
De par leur nature propre, les munitions constituent des articles dangereux, et par conséquent les risques que peut présenter une munition qui a été soumise à des conditions dangereuses pendant sa durée de service seront toujours une source d'inquiétude pour son utilisateur.
THAMES (Threat Hazard Assessment MEthodology Software) is a software programme designed to support the process for evaluating potential threatshazards to military munitions based on the report by Jason Fitzgerald-Smith, "A Methodology for Evaluating Potential Threat Hazards To M
MSAS is a library of NATO STANAGs and APs (Allied Publications), other international standards, national standards, international treaties and laws related to munitions and particularly munitions safety. MSAS also contains information on the NATO bodies working on these issues
MSAS is a complex tool. This user manual is not a guide but gives a brief explanation on how to use MSAS. The users will have to spend some time finding their own way through it and learn by experience.
THAMES (Threat Hazard Assessment MEthodology Software) is a programme designed to evaluate the range of threats and hazards which include natural, induced, safety and those concerned with Insensitive Munition requirements that any munition (Naval, Army or Air) is likely to be exposed to during al
THAMES 3.0 is an MS-Windows software application which supports Threat Hazard Assessment of a munition during its life-cycle for those concerned with the operational planning, procurement, development and assessment of munitions.