El-Ladan, S. B. and Turan, O. (2012) Human reliability analysis—Taxonomy and praxes of human entropy boundary conditions for marine and offshore applications. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 98 (1). pp. 43-54. ISSN 0951-8320Full text not available in this repository. (Request a copy from the Strathclyde author)
This is the first stage towards the development of a human reliability model called human entropy (HENT). The paper presents qualitative and quantitative taxonomies and praxes of performance shaping factors (PSF) for Marine and Offshore operations. Three structured and guided expert elicitation methods were used in this study. The experts interrogated accident reports and databases from which the generic root causes of failures/accidents in operations are determined. The elicitations led to the development of 9 qualitative and quantitative human influencing factors, which are called Human Entropy Boundary Conditions (HEBC). Further explications of the 9 HEBC gave birth to 137 quantifiable explanatory variables, which are called hypothetical constructs (HyC). The HyCs are used to identify potential risks due to shrinkages in safety standards. Human entropy is a detour from traditional human error and was used as a result of tripartite human failure modes; error, local rationality and extraneous acts, all of which signify disorderliness and are seemingly inevitable in maritime operations. The praxes and scaling of HEBC was developed as guidance towards a practical oriented HRA and provide inputs for measuring human disorderliness in maritime operations.
|Keywords:||latent variables, praxes, tripartite, taxonomy, hypothetical constructs, entropy, Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering, Applied Mathematics, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality|
|Subjects:||Naval Science > Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering|
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering|
|Depositing user:||Pure Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||22 Jun 2012 14:27|
|Last modified:||27 Apr 2016 18:41|