Safety Control: A Moving Target. Jens Rasmussen HURECON [email protected] NOFS, Karlstad, June 03. Changing Research Focus. Accidents: The Side-effect of Efforts to Survive?.
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Safety Control: A Moving Target
NOFS, Karlstad, June 03
Changing Research Focus
Accidents: The Side-effect of Efforts to Survive?
1 Horizontal versus Vertical Studies
Orientation of System Studies
2 Task versus Work Analysis
Analysis of Task Procedures is unreliable
Focus of Work Analysis
Work Analysis requires domain expertise and competence in cognitive psychology
Human Factors Phases
Human Factors Phases, continued
3 System Design versus System Evaluation
Abstraction vs. Decomposition
Design vs. Evaluation
Dimensions of Evaluation Analysis
4. Performance-based versus
Control of Management Commitment
The Role of Errors and Accidents
Academic research aimed at teaching
Problem driven research for design
How to organize the cooperation between
the Rescue Services Agency and the Karlstad University in an effective, cross-disciplinary research for the design
of proactive safety control strategies?