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A. Stolar

Updated: Dec 10, 2020

Visual Safety Analysis Techniques for Responders

A. Stolar (Störfallmanagement Stolar, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)


Emergency response teams have to carry out difficult tasks not only in case of radiological incidents or radiation protection. They also have to make decisions with serious consequences. Visual, graphical process safety techniques such as Bow-Tie Analysis or Cause-Consequence-Analysis can be helpful in training as well as in resource planning. Barriers or safety precautions can be clearly displayed according to the Swiss-Cheese Model, or deficiencies can be identified. Graphical methods are easy to create, can be discussed in a team and increase the knowledge of the procedures, the safety guidelines and reveal deficiencies. For the safety and understanding of all parties involved and to improve effective help in case of danger.

対応者のための視覚安全解析手法

A. Stolar (Störfallmanagement Stolar, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)


緊急時対応チームが困難な任務を遂行しなければならないのは放射線事故や放射線防護の場合だけではない。こうしたチームは深刻な影響を伴う決定も下さなければならない。蝶ネクタイ解析や原因結果解析といった視覚的な図形処理安全手法は、訓練やリソース計画において役立つ。スイスチーズモデルに従い障壁や安全予防策を明確に示すことができ、不備を特定できる。図表手法は作成が容易で、チームで議論でき、手順や安全ガイドラインの知識を深め、不備を示すことができる。これは全関係者の安全と理解のため、そして危険な場合の効果的な支援を向上させるためのものである。承認済み。

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