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Resilience activation in extreme situations: a literature review

Abstract : This paper makes a scientific contribution to the theme of human and organisational factors in extreme situations in the context of the nuclear industry. The concept of resilience activation in an extreme situation is defined and illustrated, and the initial temporal phase is discussed. The Fukushima Dai Ichi nucle-ar power plant accident is used as a case study to support the definition and illustrate the concept.
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Cécile Geoffroy, Eric Rigaud, Franck Guarnieri. Resilience activation in extreme situations: a literature review. ESREL 2016, Sep 2016, Glasgow, United Kingdom. pp.2231-2237 - ISBN 978-1-138-02997-2. ⟨hal-01377033⟩

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