Resilience Engineering Perspectives: Remaining sensitive to the possibility of failure

Resilience Engineering Perspectives: Remaining sensitive to the possibility of failure

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The first volume in the Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering series deals with important issues such as measurements and models, the use of procedures to ensure safety, the relation between resilience and robustness, safety management, and the use of risk analysis. The chapters utilize a report from a serious medical accident to illustrate more concretely how resilience engineering can make a difference, both to the understanding of how accidents happen and to what an organization can do to become more resilient.Chapter 7 When Resilience does not Work Akinori Komatsubara Introduction In large-scale and complicated systems, ... Since the operational manual had some ambiguous parts, the worker made a mistake in the operation of the valve.


Title:Resilience Engineering Perspectives: Remaining sensitive to the possibility of failure
Author: Erik Hollnagel, Christopher P. Nemeth, Sidney Dekker
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2008-01-01
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