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Unwanted Event Resources



Unwanted Event Resources



1. Guidance on investigating and analyzing human and organisational factors aspects of incidents and accidents - a 2016 publication by the Energy Institue in London.

2. Root causes analysis: Literature review - a 2001 publication by the Health & Safety Executive UK. Typically an incident report will place emphasis on developing a description of the consequences rather than causes of the incident, explaining what happened, but not why it happened. It is only by adopting investigation techniques that explicitly identify root causes, ie the reasons why an incident occurred, that organisations may learn from past failures and avoid similar incidents in the future. Root causes analysis is simply a tool designed to help incident investigators determine what, how and most importantly, why an incident occurred.

3. An Incident Investigation Procedure for Use In Industry - By Rob Storbakken. A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Masters of Science Degree in Risk Control


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