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Lin, P.H. (author)
Aviation accidents result from a combination of many different causal factors ( human errors, technical failures, environmental and organisational influences). Increasing interest over the past two decades in causal modelling of organisational factors has been motivated by the desire to understand these fundamental causes and their influences in...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Guillaume, E.G. (author)
1. Context This thesis forms part of an extended study funded by FonCSI (Fondation pour une Culture de Sécurité Industrielle) about learning systems of major hazard companies. All French industrial sites running a risky activity – e.g. petrochemicals, steel making plants – must put a Safety Management System in place, according to the Seveso II...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Van den Top, J. (author)
Safe, high-quality and more frequent rail services are desired by both society and passengers. Since large scale infrastructure extensions to accommodate higher train frequencies are hardly practicable, a more intense network utilisation is considered the way to achieve these aims. As a result, trains will get in each other’s way more frequently...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Wiersma, J.W.F. (author)
This thesis describes my study of situation awareness assessment of Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) operators. VTS operators are the traffic controllers on the water. They are responsible for a safe and efficient handling of vessel traffic. They monitor traffic, provide information on request and coordinate movement of ships in (emerging) conflict...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Guldenmund, F.W. (author)
The match between safety and culture was made around 1986, when the INSAG delivered its initial report on the Chernobyl accident. Whether the marriage is a happy one is still a matter of debate, but it is most definitely a fruitful one. In the past twenty years, many researchers have devoted much effort to both the theoretical development of the...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Roelen, A.L.C. (author)
doctoral thesis 2008
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Houtenbos, M. (author)
Given the high number of encounters in traffic and the low number of accidents in which these result, it can be concluded that road users are quite good at interacting safely. To achieve a better understanding of this interactive behaviour, this thesis focused on road users' expectancies. In an explorative study, the aspects road users mention...
doctoral thesis 2008
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van Duijne, F.H. (author)
doctoral thesis 2005
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Jagtman, H.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2004
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van der Hoeff, N.W.S. (author)
doctoral thesis 2003
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Hoekstra, J.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2001
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Rodic, L. (author)
doctoral thesis 2000
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Koornneef, F. (author)
This thesis describes the search for and findings about methods and mechanisms that help organisations to learn cost-effectively from (small-scale) accidents and other undesired operational surprises. As it shows, organisational learning from such incidents is feasible, but must be organised. The Organisational Learning principles were used to...
doctoral thesis 2000
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Van Westrenen, F.C. (author)
People have proven to be flexible and reliable in many control tasks, such as car driving and ship navigation. Much effort has been invested into automating these tasks but the benefits have so far been limited and the problems enormous. Other tasks, such as plant control, where complicated systems are tightly coupled to obtain large volumes of...
doctoral thesis 1999
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De Graaf, P.M.A. (author)
doctoral thesis 1998
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Swuste, P.H.J.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 1996
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Van Berkum, E.C. (author), Van der Mede, P.H.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 1993
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Stoop, J.A.A.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 1990
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