About Mark Andrew
Mark Andrew specialises in Human Factors (a mashup of engineering science and applied psychology) applied to risk, industrial design and amenity / urban futures.
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Organizational Behavior and Theory, Engineering Education, Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering, Ergonomics, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Technology, Operational Research, Other Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering, Systems Engineering, Risk Analysis, Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organization, Cognitive Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Civic and Community Engagement, and Work, Economy and Organizations
Risk, Design & Human Factors (41)
Methodological errors in risk analysis - insights from back-casting
Proceedings of the Society for Risk Analysis 6th annual conference UQ (2011)
This paper examines Contributing Factors Frameworks (CFFs) and critiques the central assumption that classification schemes necessarily yield reliable meaning. The ...
Small Business and Human Factors
Proceedings of the Humanising Work & Work Environments conference (HWWE 2005); Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam India (2005)
This paper outlines a case study where human factors approaches were applied within a small family-owned timber company experiencing rapid ...
A 'system-of-systems' risk approach
Proceedings of the XVII Annual Conference of the International Society for Occupational Ergonomics and Safety; Munich, Germany. (2003)
This paper develops an argument for a systems-oriented approach to risk, particularly in multi-stakeholder domains (such as government policy and ...
Human Error in Risk Assessment
Proceedings of the Graduate School of Management Annual Risk Conference; MacQuarie University, Sydney, Australia. (1999)
Human error and human reliability techniques were described in a management systems theory of organisational performance, spotlighting the role of ...