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The References List section has been significantly updated with numerous additions from my papers, annotated to indicate the papers' main messages. New works have been added to the on-line section of my archives at my www.ludwigbenner.org wb site. (2/16)
A new paper What do STAMP-based Analysts Expect from Safety Investigations?describes variations in accident investigation reports and other input data challenges that STAMP/CST analysts need to recognize in selecting candidate accidents for analyses, and options for addressing these challenges. It can be viewed at Procedia Engineering, Volume 128, p 93-102 (11/2015
An article ISASI: 50 Years of Investigations describing the most noteworthy aviation accident investigations since 1964, and the role of investigations can be read in July-September 2014 ISASI Forum, p10-23 (Aug 2015)
Thought-provoking Alaska newspaper article for investigators and researchers in the Alaska Dispatch News, 2014 NTSB: 'Inadequate safety management' contributed to fatal trooper helicopter crash, November 5, 2014. Last viewed at http://www.adn.com/article/20141105/ntsb-inadequate-safety-management-contributed-fatal-trooper-helicopter-crash (Nov 6 2014)
A new paper proposing a shift from a "prevention centric" to a "user centric" accident investigation paradigm is posted in the presentation section at http://www.ludwigbenner.org. Other proposed changes include replacement of accident causation models with an input/output accident process model, standardization of investigation input data, and standardization of investigation input data integration into an explanatory description of what happened, which could then be analyzed for whatever purposes desired by the analyst. A video and slide presentation are available at that site.(11/2013)
An interesting report by European Commission Joint Research Centre -IE (2011) Comparative Analysis of Nuclear Event Investigation Methods, Tools and Techniques, Interim Technical Report, EUR 24757 EN compares around 20 different accident investigation methodologies and methods. (8/2013)
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