Hazard Mitigation through a Systemic Model of Accident to a Socio-Technical System: A Case StudyJournal of Energy and Power Engineering
DepartmentDepartment of Undergraduate Studies
Abstract/DescriptionThis paper presents the STAMP (systems-theoretic accident modeling and processes) accident model, based on systems theory, and describes its application in the context of risk prevention related to the remediation of contaminated sediments. The implementation of the model is described, and results are presented both in methodological and technical terms. The goal of this article is to emphasize the need of new approaches to take into account hazards and accidents within socio-technical systems.
Citation InformationKarim Hardy and Franck Guarnieri. "Hazard Mitigation through a Systemic Model of Accident to a Socio-Technical System: A Case Study" Journal of Energy and Power Engineering Vol. 7 Iss. 4 (2013) p. 775 - 787
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