They are talking about carrying it in your hand where tripping could cause you to accidentally pull the trigger or drop the gun. They have to put that stuff in their so that idiots who like to walk around with their gun in their hands to show it off with the safety off don't shoot themselves and then sue because no one told them not to play with a loaded gun.
When we say "carry" we mean in a holster, safe from manipulation, and in the possession of a safe, confident and well-trained individual. When the manual says "carry" they mean walking around with it just in your hands.
1911s have been carried cocked and locked for the last 100 years.
I carried my own Kimber Ultra CDP the other day cocked and unlocked. For two hours I walked around with the thumb safety off, a round in the chamber and the hammer back. My butt is still in one piece, my sear is still good.
Your gun is not going to go off unless you make it.