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Translating Systems Thinking into Practice

A Guide to Developing Incident Reporting Systems

Translating Systems Thinking into Practice by Natassia Goode
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The objective of this book is to provide practical guidance on developing and implementing incident reporting and learning systems that are underpinned by the latest ’systems thinking’ on accident causation and prevention. Although the systems approach to accident causation is now well known (e.g. Dekker, 2011; Reason, 1990; 1997; 2008), the extent to which incident reporting and learning systems used in safety-critical domains incorporate systems thinking is questionable. As a result, there is a notable gap between research and practice, and opportunities to develop more effective and holistic accident prevention measures are not being taken. The book begins by outlining the systems thinking in accident causation and prevention philosophy and the need for incident reporting and learning systems that are based in systems thinking. It then outlines a generic process model for developing and implementing such incident reporting and learning systems within safety-critical systems.
CRC Press; April 2016
298 pages; ISBN 9781317172475
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Title: Translating Systems Thinking into Practice
Author: Natassia Goode; Paul M. Salmon; Michael Lenne; Caroline Finch
 
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