Read our new Opinion Piece by René Amalberti on rule-based and managed-based and expertise
In this Opinion Piece, René Amalberti returns to the well-known – but often poorly understood – concepts of rule-based safety and managed-based safety, and underlines the dangers of oversimplification.
He also proposes a typology of managed safety levels, ranging from ‘professionalism’ to ‘super expertise’, and how these profiles can be integrated in the organization.
To read online, or download:
> Professionals, experts and super experts: an insight into rule-based safety and managed-based safety
He’s had his say, now have yours
The FonCSI’s Industrial Safety Opinion Pieces are short articles on the issues surrounding at-risk activities, and their relationship to society. The purpose is to stimulate debate – we would love to hear what you think – and motivate further research.
So, if you find René Amalberti’s opinion interesting, but don’t entirely agree with him… get in touch with your ideas for a follow-up (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org), or another article on the same, or a related subject, to be published on the Foncsi website.
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