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W. Steijn
Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
EngineeringRisk analysis (business)Human reliabilityComputer scienceRobot
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Last. Sjoerd Post (EPA: United States Environmental Protection Agency)
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Abstract Although major hazard industries have no legal obligations to demonstrate a good safety culture, it is an increasingly important factor for risk-based inspections. This paper describes the development and evaluation of a relatively simple method for external indicative assessment of the process safety culture in major hazard industries. As a first step, a tool was developed. Second, the tool was successfully tested in a workshop with major hazard inspectors. After this ‘proof of concept...
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AbstractThe Last Minute Risk Assessment (LMRA) is a well-known work method to support employees’ risk perception. However, little is known about the effectiveness of the LMRA in providing this supp...
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#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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#1W. SteijnH-Index: 2
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Since the start of the first industrial revolution in the late 18th century, machines have been used to support people in difficult tasks. To keep people safe when using these machines, people and machines are usually kept separate in accordance with current health and safety requirements (European Directive 2006/42/EG machinery, Appendix 1). Recent developments have introduced so called cobots or cooperative robots (in the remainder of this report we will refer to these machines as robots), whi...
Last. W. Vugt
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#2D. van der BeekH-Index: 3
Last. I. Raben
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#1J. van KampenH-Index: 2
#2Marre LammersH-Index: 6
Last. J. GroenewegH-Index: 3
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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...
Mensen werken samen met machines die steeds intelligenter en autonomer zijn. De scheiding tussen mens en machine verdwijnt langzaam. Wat betekent dit voor ans, de menselijke arbeidscomponent?
#1Simo SalminenH-Index: 22
#2Virpi KalakoskiH-Index: 6
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Last. A. Jansen
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De robotindustrie is bezig met een enorme snelheid een opmars te maken in diverse arbeidsdomeinen van zorg tot maakindustrie. In de afgelopen vijftig jaar zijn industriele machines niet alleen sneller en accurater geworden, maar zijn deze machines ook mobieler geworden. Daarnaast hebben deze machines meer bewegingsgraden gekregen, en kunnen deze machines dankzij verbeterde sensoren steeds beter met hun omgeving omgaan. Verder zien we een toenemende digitalisering (waarbinnen de ontwikkelingen pa...
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