Evaluating and Managing Safety Barriers in Major Hazard Plants
The European ARAMIS project (Hourtolou and Salvi, 2003) is developing an integrated approach to the modelling and management of major hazard risks for major hazard plants. Central to the model being used is the concept of safety functions and barriers.
KeywordsActive Barrier Safety Management Safety Culture Bayesian Belief Network Accidental Risk
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