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Michael Broadribb
Ignacio José Alonso

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April 2019

For years professionals involved in the investigation of industrial accidents have identified “human error” as a common cause of a high number of major events related to process safety. However, incorrect actions performed by workers that lead or contribute to disaster, before or during an event, are associated with factors related to cultural, engineering, situational, psychological, procedural and organizational aspects, just to name a few, and these tend to remain in the background.

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Michael Broadribb

Ignacio José Alonso