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OCAAR: A Tool for Incident Analysis, Reporting and Processing

  • A. Leroy
  • M. Gaboriaud
  • J. C. Michon
Conference paper

Summary

This paper describes a dedicated software tool to analyse incidents, to statistically process them and to edit reports. This tool, named OCAAR, is made up of two programs: one for each local unit (e.g. a plant), and one for the headquarters (to combine the information coming from each local unit). The incident analysis is based on two methods: the cause tree method and the incident chain method. They allow the incident causes to be analysed, and the succession of the disruptive factors leading to the incident to be identified.

Keywords

Local Unit Floppy Disk OCcupational Accident Incident Analysis Statistical Data Processing 
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References

  1. 1-.
    Research Reports on Ocaar Total-CFP — Snea (P) 1985–1986 (Confidential report. In french only)Google Scholar
  2. 2-.
    Ocaar/Local Implementation User’s Guide Release 2.0. – April 1988Google Scholar
  3. 3-.
    Ocaar/Headquarters User’s Guide Release 2.0 – October 1988Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Leroy
  • M. Gaboriaud
  • J. C. Michon

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