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Anticipating the consequences of change on safety performance: A proposed methodological framework

Abstract : Change management generally refers to efforts to overcome resistance induced by a change. Several examples of situations demonstrate that a change can be at the origin of unwanted situations affecting the efficiency and safety performance of a system. Methods and tools must be developed to support change management taking into consideration these side effects. This article presents some theoretical considerations and a framework that aims to support anticipation of the consequences of change on safety performance.
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Eric Rigaud, Thomas Côte. Anticipating the consequences of change on safety performance: A proposed methodological framework. 22nd European Safety and Reliability Conference - ESREL 2013, Sep 2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 6 p. - ISBN 9781138001237. ⟨hal-00871824⟩

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