Completing the Human Safety Jigsaw

  • Richard G. Scaife


This paper describes an approach to the integrated assessment of human error, violations and safety culture which is intended to overcome some of the gaps which can exist when separate aspects of human factors are analysed in isolation.


Human Factor Human Error Safety Culture Root Cause Analysis Capability Maturity Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard G. Scaife
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  1. 1.Chartered PsychologistsThe Keil Centre LimitedEdinburghScotland

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