Blame Machine: Why Human Error Causes Ac

Blame Machine: Why Human Error Causes Ac

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Utgivelsesår 2004
Forlag Elsevier Science
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9780080472126
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Om Blame Machine: Why Human Error Causes Ac

The Blame Machine describes how disasters and serious accidents result from recurring, but potentially avoidable, human errors. It shows how such errors are preventable because they result from defective systems within a company. From real incidents, you will be able to identify common causes of human error and typical system deficiencies that have led to these errors. On a larger scale, you will be able to see where, in the organisational or management systems, failure occurred so that you can avoid them.The book also describes the existence of a 'blame culture' in many organisations, which focuses on individual human error whilst ignoring the system failures that caused it. The book shows how this 'blame culture' has, in the case of a number of past accidents, dominated the accident enquiry process hampering a proper investigation of the underlying causes.Suggestions are made about how progress can be made to develop a more open culture in organisations, both through better understanding of human error by managers and through increased public awareness of the issues. The book brings together documentary evidence from recent major incidents from all around the world and within the Rail, Water, Aviation, Shipping, Chemical and Nuclear industries.Barry Whittingham has worked as a senior manager, design engineer and consultant for the chemical, nuclear, offshore oil and gas, railway and aviation sectors. He developed a career as a safety consultant specializing in the human factors aspects of accident causation. He is a member of the Human Factors in Reliability Group, and a Fellow of the Safety and Reliability Society.* Increases safety by showing how to remove blame and how to develop foolproof safety systems* Draws together documentary evidence of real accidents to demonstrate the different types of human error, and preventative actions* Covers a range of disciplines - occupational psychology, engineering, safety of major installations


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