Reliability Engineering and System Safely 38 (1992) 199-208

  title={Reliability Engineering and System Safely 38 (1992) 199-208},
  author={D. E. Embrey},
  • D. E. Embrey
  • Published 2003
This paper is concerned with how management and organisational influences can be factored into risk assessments. A case study from the rail transportation sector illustrates how organisational factors can act as high level influences which are manifest as operational errors giving rise to major accidents. A model is proposed which describes the interrelationships between management influences, immediate causes and operational errors. This model can be used for organisational auditing… CONTINUE READING
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