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Acceptable risk is

[t]he risk level that an individual or group considers reasonable for the perceived benefit of an activity.[1]
[the] level of risk at which, given costs and benefits associated with reduction measures, no action is deemed to be warranted at a given point in time.[2]
[h]azards that are actively acknowledged as being within limits of an individual or organization's tolerance.[3]

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