The Coupling of Safety and Security - Exploring Interrelations in Theory and Practice
Safety and security, although often confused, are not the same thing. While one refers to the intrinsic risks associated with hazardous industries – safety – the other – security – refers to external threats.
This book, compiled by Foncsi, and published in English by Springer brings together articles by a dozen, internationally renowned experts. The aim is to provide a better understanding of the two concepts, and how they have come to coexist. How do they complement each other? How can they be managed together? What are the tensions between them?
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- Safety and Security: The Challenges of Bringing Them Together, by Kenneth Pettersen Gould and Corinne Bieder
- The Concepts of Risk, Safety, and Security: A Fundamental Exploration and Understanding of Similarities and Differences, by Peter J. Blokland and Genserik L. Reniers
- Safety and Security Are Two Sides of the Same Coin, by Nancy Leveson
- Safety Versus Security in Aviation, by Heinz Wipf
- Security and Safety Culture — Dual or Distinct Phenomena?, by Sissel H. Jore
- User Safety and Security Experience: Innovation Through Design-Inspired Methods in Airports, by Ivano Bongiovanni
- Divergence of Safety and Security, by David J. Brooks and Michael Coole
- Doing Safety... and then Security: Mixing Operational Challenges — Preparing to Be Surprised, by Todd R. La Porte
- Safety and Security: Managerial Tensions and Synergies, by Paul R. Schulman
- The Interface of Safety and Security; The Workplace, by George Boustras
- Exploring the Interrelations Between Safety and Security: Research and Management Challenges, by Corinne Bieder and Kenneth Pettersen Gould