Resilience Engineering

Resilience Engineering

Lightweight Run Over By Heavyweight—Reflections on a Bicycle Accident from a HOP Perspective

On Wednesday morning 23 October 2019, Martin Vosseler was on his way to work on his push bike. He was riding along Austrasse, a residential street in Basel, Switzerland (Figures 1, 2). According to...

You see pilot error, I see normal work

On Tuesday, 10th December, I came across the following article published on The Australia (fig1). Figure 1: Screenshot from...

Dekker on Boeing

January 20, 2020: How Boeing’s Responsibility in a Deadly Crash ‘Got Buried’ January 21, 2020: A Decade Later, Dutch...

Risk Maturity Animated

By Dr Robert Long Risk Maturity Animated from Human Dymensions on Vimeo. An explanation of the risk maturity model...

Dekker on Rasmussen

Jens Rasmussen passed away on February 5, 2018. At the time, Sidney Dekker shared his thoughts with the Safety...

The Safety Differently Professional

One of the missing pieces in our theory and research on safety differently has been what it means for...

What’s capacity?

The other day I was observing a medical first aid class, and the instructor was discussing the signs and...