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J. van Kampen
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands
EngineeringHuman errorChemistryOperations managementSorption
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#1W. SteijnH-Index: 2
#2J. van KampenH-Index: 2
Last. P.H.A.J.M. van Gelder (TU Delft: Delft University of Technology)H-Index: 22
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Abstract Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) is a standard tool in some high-risk industries (such as the on- and offshore exploration and production and chemical industry). Presently, existing knowledge concerning human error likelihood and human reliability assessment is insufficiently represented in QRAs. In this paper we attempt to implement the quantification of the human factors in a QRA, which we call QRA+. We analysed a specific incident scenario: the risk of overfilling chemical storage ta...
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In The Netherlands, approximately 2.300 workers have a serious reportable accident at work every year, of which around 60 are fatal (Bellamy et al., 2014). Safety professionals employ many methods to improve safety for workers within their companies. Interventions might, for example, be aimed at improving companies’ overall ‘safety culture’, at the introduction of a safety management system (e.g. Robson et al., 2007), or at improving the compliance of workers to specific safety rules (e.g. Peusc...
#1S. Booneveld (ECN: Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands)H-Index: 1
#2J. van Kampen (ECN: Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands)H-Index: 2
Last. J. Boon (ECN: Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands)H-Index: 16
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EU Horizon 2020 project FLEDGED combines flexible sorption-enhanced processes to produce dimethyl ether from biomass with an efficient and low cost process.
#1J. van Kampen (ECN: Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands)H-Index: 2
#1W. SteijnH-Index: 2
#2F.A. van der BeekH-Index: 1
Last. P.H.A.J.M. van GelderH-Index: 22
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Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) is a standard and mandatory tool in some high-risk industries (such as the on-and offshore exploration and production and chemical industry). Presently, the human factor component is often estimated using expert opinions. In practice, experts may use heuristics such as assuming a failure probability of one in ten or one in a hundred. This practice is indicative of a lack of implementation of existing knowledge concerning human error likelihood and human reliabili...
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#1W. SteijnH-Index: 2
Last. P.H.A.J.M. van GelderH-Index: 22
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Veel bedrijven in met name de petrochemische industrie zijn er de afgelopen jaren in geslaagd het aantal ongevallen sterk terug te dringen. Een van de middelen die is gebruikt om deze verbetering te bewerkstelligen, is de zogenaamde Kwantitatieve Risico Analyse (QRA). Een QRA is een instrument om de risico's voor een bepaalde activiteit te kwantificeren. Voor hoog-risicobedrijven (BRZO-bedrijven) is het opstellen van een QRA zelfs wettelijk verplicht maar ook in andere contexten worden QRA's gem...
Although estimates vary, it is widely accepted that human error plays a part in most safety accidents and incidents. Human error could be coupled with the active failures at the front-end and the actions or inactions of managers and engineers, the latent failures. This OSH wiki deals with a specific form of human error: violations of OSH rules and procedures. To understand violations we place violation in the larger framework of human error, explain which type of violations exist, delve into the...
#1Linda DrupsteenH-Index: 10
#2J. van KampenH-Index: 2
There are many different definitions for what constitutes an incident or an accident, however the focus is always on unintended and often unforeseen events that cause unintended consequences. This article is focused on the process of learning from incidents and accidents. The focus is on making sure that the lessons learned from incident investigations are implemented and lead to an actual improvement in safety. For this article we will use the terms incident for accidents, near misses and other...
#1J. van KampenH-Index: 2
Last. J. Gort
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Chemical companies are looking for ways to gain insight into the level of safety in their company so that additional measures can be taken when necessary and the effectiveness of interventions can be measured. That said, measuring safety, health and the environment is not easy. The difficulty of knowing what will happen continues to be illustrated when serious incidents occur and are analysed such as, the ‘BP Texas city’ incident (Baker et al., 2007);the blowout and explosion of the drilling rig...
#1J. van KampenH-Index: 2
#2J. GroenewegH-Index: 3
Last. D. van der BeekH-Index: 3
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Organisaties zoeken naar manieren om inzicht te krijgen in de veiligheidstoestand in hun bedrijf om, wanneer dat nodig is, extra maatregelen te nemen en om de effectiviteit van interventies te kunnen meten. Het meten van veiligheid, gezondheid en milieu is echter niet eenvoudig. In een vragenlijstonderzoek bij leden van de NVVK is uitgezocht welke indicatoren in de praktijk gebruikt worden. Uit dit onderzoek blijkt welke indicatoren het meest worden gebruikt in de industrie. Tevens is te zien da...
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