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accident analysis


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accident analysis

accident analysis

Criticality accident dosimetry by chromosomal analysis

Human error and the problem of causality in analysis of accidents

Editorial - Expert Judgement and Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis (COSYMA)

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Whole Program Package COSYMA

Techniques Applied in the COSYMA Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis

Expert Judgement for a Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis

A Comparative Analysis of the Restoration Strategies in Agriculture after Radiation Accidents

Critique of and Limitations on the Use of Expert Judgements in Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis

Dose Estimates made by Dicentric Analysis for Some Belarussian Children Irradiated by the Chernobyl Accident

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Late Health Effects Module in the COSYMA Package

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Early Health Effects Module in the COSYMA Package

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Atmospheric Dispersion and Deposition Module in the COSYMA Package

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Food Chain Module in the COSYMA Package

Analysis of Sertraline in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues in 11 Aviation Accident Victims*

Review of Cytogenetic analysis of restoration workers for Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station accident

Probabilistic Accident Consequence Uncertainty Analysis of the Dose Calculations Module in the COSYMA Package

Radiation Epidemiological Analysis of the Data of the National Chernobyl Registry of Russia: Prognostication and Facts Nine Years After the Accident

 

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The use of analytical techniques drawn from ergonomics to identify the causes of accidents, to recognize potential hazards in the workplace, and to create action plans for reducing the risks of injury and system damage. See accident proneness.

Subjects: Business and Management.


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