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Accident precursors

P. M. W. Ko rvers

Accident precursors

pro-cative identification of safety risks in the chemical process industry

by P. M. W. Ko rvers

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Written in English


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Thesis (doctoral)--Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 2004.

StatementP.M.W. Ko rvers
The Physical Object
Pagination149 p.
Number of Pages149
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25538328M
ISBN 109038618689
ISBN 109789038618685
OCLC/WorldCa55968023

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I know; cute little play on words. The fact is, this is a common safety slogan that can be seen on hard hats, on the door of project trailers or. Summary of Accident Precursor Analysis The APA process described in this handbook provides a systematic means of analyzing candidate accident precursors by evaluating anomaly occurrences for their system safety implications and, through both analytical and deliberative methods used to project to.

to identify and benefit from accident precursors [2]. In this book, the author described the precursors strategies in aviation, the chemical industry, health care, nuclear power and security operations.

In addition to current practices, they also address some areas for future Size: KB. Accident Precursor Analysis and Management: Reducing Technological Risk Through Diligence documents various industrial and academic approaches to detecting, analyzing, and benefiting from accident precursors and examines public-sector and private-sector roles in the collection and use of precursor information.

The book includes the analysis Format: Paperback. Book Title. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science. Additional Information.

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[Vicki M Bier; Howard Kunreuther; James R Phimister; National Academy of Engineering.] -- Annotation In the aftermath of catastrophes, it is common to find prior indicators, missed signals, and dismissed alerts that, had they been recognized and appropriately.

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In this paper, we present a Bayesian approach to the analysis of accident precursors. According to this framework, events such as accident precursors and near misses can be analyzed in terms of two prior distributions: one for the frequency of the precursor itself, and one for the conditional probability of a severe accident given a by: 5.

The accident precursors project: overview and recommendations --The opportunity of precursors / James P. Bagian --On signals, response, and risk mitigation: a probabilistic approach to the detection and analysis of precursors / Elisabeth Pate-Cornell --Understanding accident precursors / Michal Tamuz --Defining and analyzing precursors.

An important consideration in safety analysis and accident prevention is the identification of and response to accident precursors. These off-nominal events are opportunities to recognize potential accident pathogens, identify overlooked accident sequences, and make technical and organizational decisions to address them before further escalation can by:   The SEM results show in particular that the occurrence of accident precursors can be attributed largely to adverse project conditions such as project schedule pressure, reworks, and change orders.

Construction organizations may capitalize on these findings by prioritizing safety management resources to address specific observed accident. This introductory chapter is from a book that presents the papers from a workshop (Washington, DC, July ) sponsored by the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) Accident Precursors Project.

This chapter provides an overview and recommendations from the Accident Precursors Project, which was originally convened to examine the complex issue.

In this regard, relationships between SMS factors and accident precursors, if identified, can be used to guide and adapt current safety management practices by. Changes in the US NRC Accident Sequence Precursor program methods since the initial program evaluations of operational events are described, along with insights from the review of events.

Forthe number of significant precursors was consistent with the number observed in. be considered accident precursors [1]. In a PWR, the accident is postulated to occur after a crack develops around an upper head penetration (nozzle) that houses a control-rod drive and the drive unit and its attached control-rod cluster are ejected under pressure when the housing fails.

This is called a rod-ejection accident. Week of December 5, – Lessons Learned and Accident Precursors There is an old proverb which states: “An individual learns from their mistakes - A wise individual learns from the mistakes of others - A fool never learns.” There is no reason why we cannot all be wise and learn from the mistakes of others.Data on accident precursors can help in estimating accident frequencies, since they provide a rich source of information on intersystem dependencies.

However, Bayesian analysis of accident precursors requires the ability to construct joint prior distributions reflecting such by:   Chernobyl disaster, accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in the Soviet Union inthe worst disaster in nuclear power generation history.

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