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Huit idées reçues sur le(s) modèle(s) de l’erreur humaine de James Reason

Abstract : This paper directed to engineers, researchers and PhD students concerned one way or another by the issues of industrial safety and needing to use the theories or work of the English psychologist James Reason, theorist and practitioner of the global concept of human error. This paper, which requires additional reading of James Reason’s essential works, intends to provide evidence to exceed eight preconceived ideas about the work of the latter, mainly directed to the etiological model of accidents known as "Swiss cheese model".
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Justin Larouzée, Franck Guarnieri. Huit idées reçues sur le(s) modèle(s) de l’erreur humaine de James Reason. Revue d'électricité et d'électronique, 2014, pp.83-90. ⟨hal-01097470⟩



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