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Paas, J.C. (author)
The responsibility for safety in the Dutch construction industry is changing. The former Health and Safety act contains a lot of detailed requirements. However, the new law sets out generic safety targets instead of prescribing safety equipment and measures. Companies have more freedom to choose how the regulatory requirements are met. This...
master thesis 2014
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Menkveld, S.H.C. (author)
The events of the Arab spring reminds us how individual citizens have the power to overthrow powerful regimes and destabilize complete regions. The dynamics of such bottom-up instigated revolutions seem to be in line with the (Social) Constructivism paradigm. The problem though, is that this paradigm lacks a powerful forecasting method that...
master thesis 2013
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Zhu, W. (author)
This thesis explores to build a Safety Management System for infectious disease outbreak control in the Netherlands. Q-fever and Salmonella were two major disease outbreaks in the past decade. The outbreak management were criticised for ineffective implementation of control measures, and the magnitude of the outbreaks increased by years....
master thesis 2012
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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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Zalk, D.M. (author)
The main objective of this thesis is determining whether the simplified, qualitative risk assessment models and solutions initiatives of Control Banding (CB) can be integrated within the multidisciplinary requirements of occupational risk management. This was achieving practical primary prevention that assists non-experts in obtaining the...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Tjong A Hung, G.A. (author)
Medical technology is evolving at a remarkable rate, prompted by its major role in health care services. The Health Care Inspectorate monitors this technological advance and should take action whenever the quality of care and/or patient safety is at risk. Regulation is therefore inevitable. However, as far as the use of medical technology in...
master thesis 2010
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Kaklamanos, C. (author)
Lack of relevant research has motivated the initiation of this MSc thesis project with the fundamental objective to contribute to the knowledge about a direct or indirect influence of national culture on safety incident reporting in a hazardous industry. The relevance of this topic is related mainly to the fact that the literature review on...
master thesis 2010
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Sillem, S. (author)
An important part of the response to an emergency is making sure that people are able to take themselves and others to a place of safety. To make people aware that there is an emergency, there are three steps that have to be taken: there has to be a warning that something is going on, people have to perceive and process that warning, and finally...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Lindhout, P. (author)
Language issues as a result of illiteracy and foreign languages on the shopfloor are not being identified as a risk within current safety management systems. These risks are to be identified, quantified and prioritised in order to allow risk reducing measures to be taken.The nature of language issues related danger was investigated in literature...
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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Van der Wiel, S.P.A.B. (author)
The summary can be found in the report.
master thesis 2009
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Hanea, D.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author), Barton, P. (author)
Chapter 6: Safety Assurance Process for FRMS - eJcase Implementation The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key challenges for...
book chapter 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author), Turner, C. (author)
Chapter 5: Developing a Safety Management System for Fatigue Related Risks in easyJet The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key...
book chapter 2009
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Akselsson, R. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Stewart, S. (author), Ward, M. (author)
Chapter 2: Resilience Safety Culture in Aviation Organisations The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key challenges for aviation ...
book chapter 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author)
Chapter 8: International Fatigue Risk Management Forum - Safety Promotion and Feedback in FRMS The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address...
book chapter 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author)
Chapter 3: Operational Risk Management System for SMS and FRMS The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key challenges for aviation ...
book chapter 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Akselsson, R. (author), Koornneef, F. (author)
Chapter 7: Developing a Resilient Just Culture in SMS and FRMS – easyJet Implementation The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key...
book chapter 2009
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author), Kingston, J. (author), Stewart, D. (author)
Chapter 4: Incident Investigation in SMS and FRMS The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key challenges for aviation (current and...
book chapter 2009
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