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Resilience engineering perspectives, Volume 2, Preparation and restoration [] / edited by Christopher P. Nemeth,... Erik Hollnagel,... & Sidney Dekker,...

Auteur secondaire : : Nemeth, Christopher P., Editeur scientifique;Dekker, Sidney, Editeur scientifique;Hollnagel, Erik, 1941-...., Editeur scientifiquePublication :Aldershot, Burlington (Vt.) : Ashgate, cop. 2009Description : 1 vol. (XIX-288 p.) : ill., couv. ill. ; 24 cmISBN : 978-0-7546-7520-4.Dewey: 620.004 52Bibliographie: Notes bibliogr. Bibliogr. p. [255]-277. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Fiabilité Sujet : Fiabilité ;Sécurité industrielle ;Résilience
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Bib. Paris
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Contents: The ability to adapt. Part I Policy and Organization: The politics and policy challenges of disaster resilience. Resilience capacity and strategic agility: prerequisites for thriving in a dynamic environment. Part II Models and Measures: An initial comparison of selected models of system resilience. Measuring resilience. Part III Elements and Traits: The 4 cornerstones of resilience engineering. Ready for trouble: 2 faces of resilience. Layered resilience. Part IV Applications and Implications: Notes from underground: latent resiliency in healthcare. Cognitive underpinnings of resilience: a case study of group decision in emergency response. Restoration through preparation: is it possible? Analysis of a low-probability/high-consequence event. Understanding and contributing to resilient work systems. The infusion device as a source of healthcare resilience. Bibliography. Index.

Notes bibliogr. Bibliogr. p. [255]-277. Index

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