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Evaluer la fiabilité humaine : quelle(s) méthode(s) choisir?

Abstract : The work situations tend permanently to trap men by placing them at risk of producing errors, for example in implementing their action plans or selecting the priorities or requirements to be met. Over forty years after the first estimates of human reliability in the nuclear field, the question remains how best to analyze these situations in order to improve the assessment and control of risks for associated safety. By an analysis of eight selected methods from the most popular ones, the aim of this paper is to try to appreciate and put into perspective the different methodological alternatives available at each stage of the human reliability assessment (HRA). This paper attempts to debate the level of compatibility between most current approaches for assessing human reliability and practices widely implemented in the human sciences.
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Romuald Perinet, Tuan Nghiem Vu. Evaluer la fiabilité humaine : quelle(s) méthode(s) choisir?. Maîtrise des Risques et de Sûreté de Fonctionnement, Lambda-Mu 17, Oct 2010, La Rochelle, France. pp.Comm 1B-1. ⟨ineris-00973592⟩

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