Safety management system for major accidents prevention: role of the knowledge management tools and advanced integrated information systems
This paper presents the advantages coming from the use of an advanced, distributed and knowledge based information system in a company having significative dimensions and organizational structure and Seveso II classified.
KeywordsKnowledge Management Intelligent Agent Informative System Safety Program Knowledge Management System
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