NeTWork an international network
What is NeTWork ?
FonCSI supports the NeTWork project. Every year, experts (researchers, industrialists, certification authorities …) discuss a question defined by the NeTWork steering committee in order to come up with lines of thinking that become points of reference and are incorporated into a book or the special issue of a scientific journal. A summary of the conclusions is also made available in the Cahier de la sécurité industrielle on the FonCSI website.
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FONCSI is an active NeTWork MEMBER
FonCSI plays an important role within NeTWork as a funding partner and organizer of the annual seminary. The foundation also has an important supporting role as it participates in the choice of topics and their publication, in order to ensure the dissemination of these innovative and sometimes provocative lines of thought.
Through NeTWork, FonCSI actively participates in the development of foresight with regards to industrial safety, and in so doing, helps the research issues of the future to emerge.
LAST PUBLICATIONS OF NETWORK
In the new series "SpringerBriefs in Safety Management",
published by Springer and edited by FonCSI:
- Visualising Safety, an Exploration. Drawings, Pictures, Images, Videos and Movies, Springer, 2023 Reiman
- Safety in the Digital Age. Sociotechnical Perspectives on Algorithms and Machine Learning, Springer, 2023
- BiederThe Coupling of Safety and Security. Exploring Interrelations in Theory and Practice, Springer, 2020 (Eds.),
- Wiig, S. & Fahlbruch, B. (Eds), Exploring Resilience. A scientific Journey from Practice to Theory, Springer, 2018
- Bourrier, M. & Bieder, C. (Eds), Risk Communication for the Future. Towards Smart Risk Governance and Safety Management, Springer, 2018
- Motet, G. & Bieder, C. (Eds), The Illusion of Risk Control. What Does it Take to Live With Uncertainty?, Springer, 2017
- Bieder, C. & Bourrier, M. (Eds), Trapping Safety into Rules, Ashgate, 2013
- Baram, M. & Bourrier, M. (Eds), Governing Risk in Genetically Modified Agriculture, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010.
- Grote, G., Weyer, J. & Stanton, N. A. (Eds), “Beyond human-centred automation – concepts for human–machine interaction in multi-layered networks”, Ergonomics, Volume 57, numéro 3, 2014
- Carroll, J. & Fahlbruch, B. (Eds) à partir des contributions de B. Wilpert, “The gift of failure: New approaches to analyzing and learning from events and near-misses”, Safety Science, Volume 49, numéro 1, 2011, pages 1-106
- Section spéciale “Occupational accidents and safety: The challenge of globalization”, éditée par D. Manzey & J. Marold, Safety Science, Volume 47, numéro 6, 2009, pages 723-793
- Section spéciale “Resolving multiple criteria in decision-making involving risk of accidental loss”, éditée par U. Kjellén, G. Motet & A.R. Hale, Safety Science, Volume 47, numéro 6, 2009, pages 795-901
- Baram, M. & Schöbel, M. (Eds), “Safety culture and behavioral change at the workplace”, Safety Science, Volume 45, numéro 6, 2007, pages 631-744
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