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Case-based HFACS for collecting, classifying and analyzing human errors in marine accidents

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4 Author(s)
Y. T. Xi ; Merchant Marine College, Shanghai Maritime University, China ; Q. G. Fang ; W. J. Chen ; S. P. Hu

Despite the modernization and automation in marine technology and the implementation of safety-related regulations, marine accidents are still a main concern for global maritime transportation. It is well known that human error is the key contributor, but human error data is hard to be collected and classified and the factors which influence human behavior should be identified. For this reason, the goal of this paper constructed a case-based HFACS (Human Factor Analysis and Classification System) method for marine human factor data collection and classification, and the data collected produced statics for analysis and safety management.

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2009 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management

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8-11 Dec. 2009