Human and Organisational Factors - Practices and Strategies for a Changing World
What role do human and organizational factors (HOF) (and their advocates) have in companies? How can we ensure that HOF are taken into account in the strategic decisions of at-risk companies?
In this book, published in English by Springer, 20 international experts explore these questions by focusing on examples and lessons learned from the field. The book also suggests ways to improve the integration of HOF to enhance safety, and meet the challenges of a profoundly changing world.
| Contents |
- What Is the Place of Human and Organisational Factors in Safety?, de Claude Gilbert
- Accounting for Differing Perspectives and Values: The Rail Industry, de Brendan Ryan
- Safety Leadership and Human and Organisational Factors (HOF) — Where Do We Go from Here?, de Kathryn J. Mearns
- Considering Human and Organizational Factors in Risk Industries, de Christian Neveu, Valérie Lagrange, Philippe Noël, Nicolas Herchin
- The Key Drivers to Setting up a Valuable and Sustainable HOF Approach in a High-Risk Company such as Airbus, de Florence Reuzeau
- Developing Human and Organizational Factors in a Company, de François Daniellou
- Organisational Factors, the Last Frontier?, de Ivan Boissières
- Risk Management and Judicialization, de Caroline Lacroix
- Integrating Organizational and Management Variables in the Analysis of Safety and Risk, de Paul R. Schulman
- Turning the Management of Safety Risk into a Business Function: The Challenge for Industrial Sociotechnical Systems in the 21st Century, de Daniel Mauriño
- The Strategic Agility Gap: How Organizations Are Slow and Stale to Adapt in Turbulent Worlds, de David D. Woods
- The Languages of Safety, de Hervé Laroche
- The Dual Face of HOF in High-Risk Organizations, de Corinne Bieder
Publication en open access.