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A Life In Error - From Little Slips To Big Disasters, by James Reason
All Accidents Are Preventable?
Are We Blundering Our Way Through Safety?
Challenging the Safety Quo, by Craig Marriott
Compliance = Safety?
Controlling The Controllable, by Jop Groeneweg
Discussing Heinrich, Part 0: Introduction
Discussing Heinrich, Part 1: Heinrich '41
Discussing Heinrich, Part 2: Heinrich/Petersen/Roos '80
Discussing Heinrich, Part 3: Manuele
Discussing Heinrich, Part 4: Reflection and Conclusion
Eyes On The Road
From Accidents To Zero, by Andrew Sharman
Hierarchy of control
How To Build A Management System That Works, by Willem Top
If You Can't Measure It - contents
If You Can't Measure It - Maybe You Shouldn't
Industrial Safety Organization for Executive and Engineer, by Lewis A. DeBlois
Input - Output - Outcome
Investigating Accidents with STEP - Occupational Safety and Health/13 by Kingsley Hendrick and Luwdig Benner, Jr.
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How Safe is Safe Enough? Leadership, Safety and Risk Management, by Greg Alston
Risk and Resilience 2019 Stairway to Heaven
How Safe Is Safe Enough? Technological Risks, Real and Perceived, by E.E. Lewis
Heinrich’s Local Rationality PDSC Session
Heinrich start page
Tailoring Safer Systems blog
Zero, by Charles Seife
IM Gerald Wilde
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