In early November, Springer published a new, open access FonCSI book. Entitled “Safe Performance in a World of Global Networks”, this collection of ten scientific articles presents the results of the Foundation’s strategic analysis on the topic of “Contracting relationships in high-hazard industries”.
On July 11, Foncsi celebrated the launch of its new ‘FonCSI 4’ scientific program with its patrons and supporters. Next up is the operational launch, beginning with the first strategic analysis meetings.
Springer is publishing not one, but two Foncsi books this September. Entitled Visualising Safety, an Exploration, this publication also stems from the work of the NeTWork.
In early September, Springer published a new, open access Foncsi book. Entitled Safety in the Digital Age, this collection of a dozen scientific articles presents the results of the 2021 NeTWork seminar.
As 2023 begins, René Amalberti, director of the FonCSI, presents the Foundation’s leading projects. It will be a year of big changes, in particular the launch of the new scientific program – ‘FonCSI 4’. Interview.
Running from December 12 to 14, the FonCSI’s international academic seminar focused on the relationship between ‘rule-based safety’ and ‘managed safety’, in the context of the strategic analysis that the Foundation has been conducting since the beginning of 2022 on the topic. Eight, internationally renowned experts were invited to participate, and exchange views with the scientific working group piloting the strategic analysis.
The Foncsi’s newest open access book has just been published by Springer. Entitled "Managing Future Challenges for Safety", this publication presents the results of the Foundation’s strategic analysis on the topic of the operator of the future, in the form of a dozen scientific articles.