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Author Leveson, Nancy.

Title Engineering a safer world : systems thinking applied to safety / Nancy G. Leveson.

Published Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, [2011]
©2011

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  620.86 LEVE {Bund89 20200519}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xx, 534 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Engineering systems.
Engineering systems.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I Foundations 1 -- 1 Why Do We Need Something Different? 3 -- 2 Questioning the Foundations of Traditional Safety Engineering 7 -- 3 Systems Theory and Its Relationship to Safety 61 -- II Stamp: An Accident Model Based on Systems Theory 73 -- 4 A Systems-Theoretic View of Causality 75 -- 5 A Friendly Fire Accident 103 -- III Using Stamp 169 -- 6 Engineering and Operating Safer Systems Using STAMP 171 -- 7 Fundamentals 181 -- 8 STPA: A New Hazard Analysis Technique 211 -- 9 Safety-Guided Design 251 -- 10 Integrating Safety into System Engineering 307 -- 11 Analyzing Accidents and Incidents (CAST) 349 -- 12 Controlling Safety during Operations 391 -- 13 Managing Safety and the Safety Culture 415 -- 14 SUBSAFE: An Example of a Successful Safety Program 445 -- 14.9 Continual Training and Education 459.
Subject Industrial safety.
System safety.
ISBN 9780262016629 (hardback)
0262016621 (hardback)

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