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Questioning the Foundations of Traditional Safety Engineering

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This chapter contains sections titled: Confusing Safety with Reliability, Modeling Accident Causation as Event Chains, Limitations of Probabilistic Risk Assessment, The Role of Operators in Accidents, The Role of Software in Accidents, Static versus Dynamic Views of Systems, The Focus on Determining Blame, Goals for a New Accident Model