5th Resilience Engineering International Symposium
Soesterberg (The Netherlands), 25 – 27 June 2013

Understanding Resilience In Flight OperationsDijkstra, A.1578
Resilience Engineering In Healthcare Moving From Epistemology To Theory And PracticeAnderson Et Al 2230
UAS In (inter)national AirspaceBakx & Nyce600
How The Simplification Of Work Can Degrade Safety A Gas Company Case StudyBlazsin Et Al 934
Turning Variability Into Emergent SafetyBracco Et Al.1086
Performance Variability Black And White Or Shades Of GreyCornelissen Et Al.856
Assessing Rio De Janeiro Municipality’s Natural Disaster Prevention Program Against The UN’s Hyogo ProtocolDe Souza Et Al1247
Trade-Offs Between Safety And Production During Technical Assistance Of An AircraftDiCioccio & Morel1284
Trade-offs In The Planning Of Rail Engineering WorkFerreira Et Al 1039
Organisational Factors For Enhancing Train Drivers Proactive BehavioursFujino Et Al1063
A Fuzzy Model To Assess Resilience For Safety ManagementGrecco Et Al 1233
Training Of Resilience Skills For Safer Railways Developing A New Training Program On The Basis Of Lessons From Tsunami DisasterHaga Et Al742
Assessing Behaviour Towards Organizational Resilience In AviationHeese Et Al 2782
Planning Measuring Resilience Potential And Early Warnings (SCALES)Herrera Et Al 929
Structure, Agency, And ResilienceHunte Et Al 1091
Regulating Interactions Across Multiple Centres Of ControlIgbo Et Al1125
The Relevance Of Resources For Resilience At Different Organizational Levels Within The Military Deployment CycleKamphuis & Delahaij1051
A Method For Visualizing Trade-offs In En-route Air Traffic Control TasksKirakawa Et Al1419
Precepts Of Resilience Engineering As Guidelines For Learning Lessons From The Fukushima-Daiichi AccidentKitamura1406
Translating Resilience A Framework To Enhance Communication And ImplementationLongstaff Et Al 1810
The Resilience Analysis Matrix (RAM) Visualizing Functional Dependencies In Complex Socio-technical SystemsLundberg & Woltjer1163
Trade-Offs As Symptoms Of Mismatches Between Sociotechnical SystemsMoriarty & Jarvis985
Are Trade-offs Experienced And If Yes, How Studying Organizational Resilience Through Operators’ DilemmasNathanael Et Al762
Analysis Of Resilience In Offshore Logistics And Emergency Response Using A Theoretically Based ToolOse Et Al 1310
Episodic Adaptations And Trade-offs Examples From The Victorian Construction IndustryPillay & Borys 777
Under Dangerous Conditions Safety Construction And Safety-related Work Onboard Of Merchant VesselsPraetorius & Lundh 722
“Staying Ahead Of The Aircraft” And Managing Surprise In Modern AirlinersRankin Et Al 902
Considering Trade-offs When Assessing ResilienceRigaud & Martin1201
Modeling Trade-offs' Consequences Propagation And Their ImpactsRigaud Et Al736
Characteristics Of Complex Socio-Technical Systems And Guidelines For Their Management The Role Of ResilienceSaurin Et Al 1229
Developing Resilience SignalsSiegel & Schraagen894
To Certify, To Investigate Or To Engineer, That Is The QuestionStoop831
Analysis Of The Human Role In The Resilience Of Air Traffic ManagementStroeve Et Al 893
Actions Contributed To Disaster Level Reduction Of The Fukushima AccidentTakahashi & Kitamura 826
Customer Satisfaction Plays An Important Role A Model To Improve Resiliency Of ICT Service MaintainersTakayama Et Al1270
Balancing Efficiency And Safety In Maritime Traffic Management When Approaching A PortVan Westrenen 1425
Reducing The Potential For Cascade Recognizing And Mitigating Situations That Threaten Business ViabilityWalker Et Al 897
Levels Of Resilience Moving From Resilience To Resilience EngineeringWears & Morrison1097
Resilience In ATM Operations Incorporating Robustness And Resilience In Safety AssessmentWoltjer Et Al1577
Identifying Imbalances In A Portfolio Of Safety Metrics The Q4-Balance Framework For Economy-Safety TradeoffsWoods Et Al 779
The Stress-Strain Model Of Resilience Operationalizes The Four Cornerstones Of Resilience EngineeringWoods Et Al 1589