NASA's new safety office gets plenty of requests

05/13/2004 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

NASA's new safety office, which was formed in the wake of the Columbia shuttle accident, is fielding about 200 requests for safety checks per year, according to Ralph Roe, the center's director. Roe said when the office was set up, he had fears that no one and then everyone would call, but now he says, "I think the pace we are on now is manageable."

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