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Trapping safety into rules : how desirable or avoidable is proceduralization?

Author: Corinne Bieder
Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate, 2013.
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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  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Corinne Bieder
ISBN: 9781409452263 1409452263
OCLC Number: 840019686
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 283 Seiten ; 24 cm
Contents: Contents: Preface; Trapping safety into rules: an introduction, Mathilde Bourrier and Corinne Bieder; Part I Where do We Stand on the Bureaucratic Path towards Safety?: The never-ending story of proceduralization in aviation, Claire Pelegrin; 'No rule no use'? The effects of over-proceduralization, Isabelle Fucks and Yves Dien. Part II Contrasting Approaches to Safety Rules: Working to rule , or working safely, Andrew Hale and David Borys; Risk regulation and proceduralization: an assessment of Norwegian and US risk regulation in offshore oil and gas industry, Preben LindA,e, Michael Baram and Geir Sverre Braut; Proceduralization of safety assessment: a barrier to rational thinking, Derek Fowler; Acknowledging the role of abductive thinking: a way out of proceduralization for safety management and oversight?, Kenneth Pettersen. Part III Practical Attempts to Reach Beyond Proceduralization: the Magic Tools Illusion: What is it about checklists? Exploring safe work practices in surgical teams, Sindre HA,yland, Karina Aase, Jan Gustav Hollund and Arvid Steinar Haugen; Is 'crew resource management' an alternative to procedure-based strategies to improve patient safety in hospitals?, Guy Haller and Johannes Stoelwinder; Regulating airlines' safety management system: when proceduralization of risks meets risk owners, Stephane Deharvengt; The proceduralization of traffic safety and safety management in the Norwegian rail administration: a comparative case study, Ragnar Rosness; Beyond procedures: can 'safety culture' be regulated?, Jean-Christophe Le Coze and Siri Wiig; Proceduralization and regulation of culture: experiments of the frontiers of risk regulation, Jacob Kringen; Why regulators should stay away from safety culture and stick to rules instead, Gudela Grote and Johann Weichbrodt. Part IV Standing Back to Move Forward: Procedural paradoxes and the management of safety, Paul Schulman; Postscript; reflections on procedures, trial and error, and funct
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'Procedures are by some seen as a panacea for all safety problems, while others realise that they are a double-edged solution that hinders as much as it helps. The book provides a refreshing analysis Read more...

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