Humans contribute to the resilience of well-defended, complex systems, and reliability.Usually considered part of the system of man which the hazardous activities relate to the case, the most catastrophic breakdowns.However, from another point of view, which has been relatively little studied in itself was a hero of the people, in which adaptation and rahastamiskontodes compensation systems will return from the disaster again.What, if anything, these situations have in common?Can their performance "bottled" and other next?
Contribution of the people is essential reading for all professionals and managers of highly-efficient environments in complex systems.The book is based on a number of its illustrative material, with particular attention to the dangerous domains of health, which reflect the author's attention to the safety of the patients in the last decade.The human factor – but seasoned with all students – you can find it invaluable and thought-provoking reading.
Contents: Introduction: the role of the risk of human contribution: Hero;In connection with user's Guide.Part (II) the nature and varieties of dangerous steps: human error;Infringement and behaviors associated with the rule;Perception of dangerous activities.Part III: error traps and repeated accidents;Air accident investigations.Part IV: training paid Heroic, discipline and management;Same lactic professionalism;Skill and luck;Inspired Improvisations;The heroic Recovery components.Part v, individual and collective resilience of mindfulness;In search of safety.
Author: James derives from 1977-2001, where he graduated from the University of Manchester Professor of psychology, 1962.PhD in 1967.1964-76, he was on the Faculty of the University of Leicester, and then psychology reader.He worked for the RAF Farnborough, the Institute hindamistaseme and the US Navy in Aerospace Medical Institute, Pensacola, Florida.
His main research was the breakdown of the contributions of human and organisational complex well-defended the system.He is the author of books for absent-mindedness, human error, aviation human factors Organization for the purposes of managing risks and accidents recently, on administrative error maintenance.Tested and consulted the aviation, rail, maritime, electricity, mining, oil and manufacturing, mining, chemical industry, road safety, banking and public health.
He became foreign colleagues to distinguish human factors and flight safety Foundation award of the United States and Airbus Industrie for flight safety Award (2001) human factors and Ergonomics Society (1995) and Roger green Medal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, human factors, the contribution of aviation (2001) and the flight safety Foundation and the achievement of aviation safety Boeing life (2002) is a member of the British Academy, the Royal Aeronautical Society and the British Psychological Society.He received an honorary DSc by the University of 2002 and was awarded the CBE in 2003, contribution to patient safety.in 2006, he was made Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of general practitioner.