Essays on socio-technical vulnerabilities and strategies of control in Integrated Operations

Essays on socio-technical vulnerabilities and strategies of control in Integrated Operations

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The report consists of 11 essays written by authors representing different disciplines and schools in risk research. The collection of essays elaborates various threats and vulnerabilities in Integrated Operations (IO) and/or discusses strategies for assessing and handling risk in IO. As a result, the report shows a variety of interpretations of IO-related threats and vulnerabilities as well as a range of approaches to assessing risks related to IO concepts.
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  1. Preface: Views on socio-technical vulnerabilities and strategies of control in Integrated Operations Eirik Albrechtsen and Denis Besnard
  2. The importance of different perspectives on risk governance of Integrated Operations - a need for interdisciplinary risk research? Jan Hovden
  3. From Failures to Emergence: The Changing Nature of Risk Erik Hollnagel
  4. How to assess risk related to system characteristics relevant to IO Jørn Vatn
  5. How to address the complexity issue in IO Risk Governance Tor Olav Grøtan
  6. How can different perspectives on organizational accidents and resilient organizations be utilized in quantitative risk assessments? Jørn Vatn
  7. Evaluation of safety methods and tools supporting decision making in IO - based on HRO and Resilience Engineering Siri Andersen
  8. Characteristics of decision-making processes within integrated operations, and implications on risk management  Bodil Aamnes Mostue and Eirik Albrechtsen
  9. Mission IO: Change, supermodels and dreams of efficiency Fred Størseth
  10. Automated control and supervision in eDrilling operations: an HMI-centred set of risk assessment criteria Denis Besnard
  11. ICT: Paradoxes of a collaboration technology with a “complexity hyperdrive”  Tor Olav Grøtan
  12. Improved safety performance by integrated operations and its implications for risk management Eirik Albrechtsen

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