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Resilience Roundup - Learning From Organizational Incidents: Resilience Engineering for High-Risk Process Environments - Issue #22

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This week I have an article from the Process Safety Progress which is a publication from the American
 
February 25 · Issue #22 · View online
Resilience Roundup
This week I have an article from the Process Safety Progress which is a publication from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers by Stefanie Huber, Ivette van Wijgerden, Arjan de Witt, and Sidney W.A. Dekker.
In this paper, the authors went to do what they call a “resilience engineering safety audit” on an anonymous chemical company. Though the company is anonymous, we do know a little bit about the company. It has more than 300 employees and was founded more than 100 years ago.
I found this really interesting since they basically started with this idea that the research supports resilience engineering approaches as a way to improve, but they also wanted to apply it themselves in practice and had chosen a high consequence area to do it.

Learning From Organizational Incidents: Resilience Engineering for High-Risk Process Environments
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