Thanks GRS, though does appear to be at the wrong end of the hierarchy of control.
It appears a control has been implemented across all racing yachts to control a specific incident. I am aware of a handful of yachts losing there keels around the world, and each circumstance different. I am also aware of a large number of yachts that didn't lose their keel. How does this fall on the probability vs consequence scale?
At the other end of the HIRAC elimination, well prevention, has AS engaged the relevant authorities in relation to navigational hazards?
For example, has AS had discussions with RMS regarding the dangers of navigating Swansea channel and the damage that can cause to keels?