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Improved Safety in the Arctic through Digitalization
Visualization of Critical Infrastructure Resilience Using TreeMap
Resilience assessment of smart critical infrastructures based on indicators
The resilience of modern societies is to a large degree determined by the resilience of their Critical Infrastructures (CI). These infrastructures are critical because interruptions not only influence the infrastructures themselves, but loss of functionality has secondary effects on the society. The...
An Indicator-Based Approach to Assessing Resilience of Smart Critical Infrastructures
The overall resilience of modern societies is largely determined by and dependent on resilience of their critical infrastructures (CI). These infrastructures are becoming increasingly smarter and more efficient by means of smart technologies such as sensors, gateways, processors. The use of smart te...
Aktørenes tilstandsvurdering, vedlikehold og oppfølging av sikkerhetskritiske funksjoner og utstyr
Denne forstudierapporten sammenstiller informasjon om status og utfordringer med hensyn til tilstand og vedlikehold av sikkerhetskritisk utstyr i petroleumsvirksomheten. Dette dekker grensesnittet mellom vedlikeholdsstyring og barrierestyring. Sammenstillingen baserer seg på en gjennomgang av r...
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Monitoring of operational and organizational safety barriers
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has stressed the need to manage and monitor operational and organizational barrier elements. Personnel should understand what barriers have been established and which function they are intended to fulfil, and performance requirements should be defined in respect...
The Petro-HRA Guideline
The Petro-HRA method has been developed in an R&D project called “Analysis of human actions as barriers in major accidents in the petroleum industry, applicability of human reliability analysis methods”, Project no. 220824/E30. Petro-HRA is a method for qualitative and quantitative assessment of...