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Safety and a systems approach to training

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1 Author(s)
M. A. B. Biamonte ; US Nucl. Regulatory Comm., Washington, DC, USA

In the past, research efforts have been aimed at finding specific relationships between training and safety. Such efforts have attempted to quantify the effects of training on safety. The approach presented by the author is not quantitative. This approach is qualitative and uses aspects of a systematic process already in place to emphasize areas where changes can result in improved training and performance and, as a result, improved safety in the nuclear industry.<>

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Human Factors and Power Plants, 1992., Conference Record for 1992 IEEE Fifth Conference on

Date of Conference:

7-11 June 1992