Once safety is involved, there seems to be an irresistible push towards more norms, procedures and processes, whatever the context. This book is not a plea against proceduralization, but it does take the view that it is time to reassess how far it can still go and to what benefit. There is a growing suspicion that the path taken might in fact lead to a dead end, unless the concept of procedure and the conditions under which procedures develop are revisited.Living onthe Border: Knowledge, Risk and Transdisciplinarity. Futures, 36(4), 441 a56. ICAO. 2009.Safety Management Manual(SMM). MontrAcal, Canada: InternationalCivil AviationOrganization aSecond Edition. Klein, G., Orasanu, J., Salas, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Trapping Safety into Rules|
|Author||:||Professor Mathilde Bourrier, Ms Corinne Bieder|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-03-28|