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Managing the risks of organizational accidents

By: Reason, James
Material type: BookPublisher: Surrey, England : Ashgate, 2013.Description: xvii, 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781840141054Program: WHS; MGNT963 MGMT963Subject(s): Industrial accidents | Risk assessment | Accidents, OccupationalDDC classification: 658.3/82
Summary:
This is a practical book aimed at those whose daily task it is to think about and manage or regulate the risks of hazardous technologies. The book is not targeted at any one domain, but attempts to identify general tools and principles that are applicable to all organizations facing dangers of one sort or another. This could include banks and building societies just as much as nuclear power plants, oil exploration and production, chemical process plants, and air, sea and rail transport. The emphasis is placed upon the principles and practicalities of defenses against accidents, and how to meet the challenges and minimize risk.
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REGULAR University of Wollongong in Dubai
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658.382 RE MA (Browse shelf) Available T0054264

MGNT963 Autumn2021

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Hazards, Defences and Losses -- 2. Defeating the Defences -- 3. Dangerous Defences -- 4. The Human Contribution -- 5. Maintenance can Seriously Damage your System -- 6. Navigating the Safety Space -- 7. A Practical Guide to Error Management -- 8. The Regulator's Unhappy Lot -- 9. Engineering a Safety Culture -- 10. Reconciling the Different Approaches to Safety Management.

This is a practical book aimed at those whose daily task it is to think about and manage or regulate the risks of hazardous technologies. The book is not targeted at any one domain, but attempts to identify general tools and principles that are applicable to all organizations facing dangers of one sort or another. This could include banks and building societies just as much as nuclear power plants, oil exploration and production, chemical process plants, and air, sea and rail transport. The emphasis is placed upon the principles and practicalities of defenses against accidents, and how to meet the challenges and minimize risk.

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MGNT963 MGMT963 UOWD

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