What's amazing is that the safety systems on the rocket is so good nowadays - the cosmonauts would even survive a explosion on the pad. The system covers almost every part of the flight. The Space Shuttle was a death trap compared to it.
The NASA Commercial Crew Program (CCP) human-rating standards require that the probability of a loss on ascent is no more than 1 in 500, and that the probability of a loss on descent is no more than 1 in 500. The overall mission loss risk, which includes vehicle risk from micrometeorites and orbital debris while in orbit for up to 210 days, is required to be no more than 1 in 270.