Its a bit of a weird question, for the reasons others have put in the comments.
While the exact answer will depend a lot on what kind of technology you assume it seems very reasonable to assume that the launch bay will be designed to operate entirely mechanically (mechanical arms doing the refuelling and the like, probably automated but perhaps some remote control).
It would also probably be in vacuum. (Why would you bother filling it with air? That would require an airlock to open each time a new vessel arrives or leaves.)
Based on these assumptions it is an area that is exposed to open space, and full of spacecraft flying in and out (probably on autopilot). The pilots (either human or auto) will not be expecting some idiot to be space-walking around trying to get themselves killed, so will not be on the look out for them. If the place is well designed they will probably just be happy that they have space-traffic control clearance and assume nothing will be in the way.
So their is no real reason (assuming sensible automation is possible) for a human to ever be wondering around the docking bay (in a space-suit or otherwise). If someone were walking about they would be in a lot of danger. But their is also no reason for a person to be in the nuclear reactor core, and a person in that location would be in far more danger.