Resilience Engineering in Practice (Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering)
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Laddas ned direkt. This is the fifth book published within the Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering series.
The first volume introduced resilience engineering broadly. The second and third volumes established the research foundation for the real-world applications that then were described in the fourth volume: Resilience Engineering in Practice. The current volume continues this development by focusing on the role of resilience in the development of solutions. Since its inception, the development of resilience engineering as a concept and a field of practice has insisted on expanding the scope from a preoccupation with failure to include also the acceptable everyday functioning of a system or an organisation.
The preoccupation with failures and adverse outcomes focuses on situations where something goes wrong and the tries to keep the number of such events and their adverse outcomes as low as possible.
The aim of resilience engineering and of this volume is to describe how safety can change from being protective to become productive and increase the number of things that go right by improving the resilience of the system. Woods and Matthieu Branlat; Measuring resilience in the planning of rail engineering work, P. Ferreira, J. Wilson, B. Ryan and S. Sharples; The art of balance: using upward resilience traits to deal with conflicting goals, Berit TjArhom and Karina Aase; The importance of functional interdependencies in financial services systems, Gunilla A.
SundstrAm and Erik Hollnagel.
Mapping human factors assumptions across the aviation sector, Kyl show more. Review quote Although risk management has brought greater safety to socio-technical systems, a new approach is still strongly needed. Erik Hollnagel's excellent book offers the right approach; that resilient behaviour by people leads to stable systems. Those searching for a more profound understanding of system safety must read this book as it is a practical guide to this new approach.
Manifold examples from a variety of high-risk industries provide insights into the four basic requirements for resilience: responding, monitoring, anticipating, and learning. Tools are presented that support the assessment of these requirements as well as their promotion, be it by training emergency management, handling fatigue of system operators, supporting preventive maintenance, providing better rules for managing conflicting goals, or improving incident reporting.
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The book, by Erik Hollnagel and his colleagues, will be a great resource for system designers and decision-makers in organizations in their endeavours to keep the uncertainties and complexities of our world at bay. By absorbing the evocative data, nuanced terminology, sustained guidance, and broad applications summarized here.
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Resilience is about more than engineering as becomes clear in these descriptions of the actual, critical, potential, and factual events that unfold when "disturbances fall outside the operational envelope. Here is the one book that shows you why! Weick, University of Michigan, USA'The book is very practical in the sense that only relevant and significant theories or frameworks are discussed followed by extensive descriptions of the situations on the field.
Solution-seekers are the group of readers who will benefit the most from reading the book. The book will also be a significant reference for researchers, particularly those interested in closing the gap between theories and practices of engineering resilience. He has since worked at universities, research centres, and industries in several countries and with problems from several domains, including nuclear power generation, aerospace and aviation, air traffic management, software engineering, healthcare, and land-based traffic.
His professional interests include industrial safety, resilience engineering, accident investigation, cognitive systems engineering and cognitive ergonomics.
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The continued development of resilience engineering has focused on four abilities that are essential for resilience. These are the ability a to respond to what happens, b to monitor critical developments, c to anticipate future threats and opportunities, and d to learn from past experience - successes as well as failures. Working with the four abilities provides a structured way of analysing problems and issues, as well as of proposing practical solutions concepts, tools, and methods.