MSIL : Maritime Safety Innovation Lab

Papers

From Safety I to Safety II – A White Paper

Thought Leaders

Mica Endsley

Situation Awareness-Misconceptions and Misunderstandings – Endsley (2015)

The effects of level of automation and adaptive automation on human performance, situation awareness and workload in a dynamic control task – Kaber-Endsley – 2004

Towards a New Paradigm for Automation – Designing for Situation Awareness – Endsley – 1995

Out-of-the-Loop Performance Problems and the Use of Intermediate Levels of Automation for Improved Control System Functioning and Safety – Kaber-Endsley

THEORETICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF SITUATION AWARENESS – ENDSLEY

Automation and Situation Awareness – Endsley

SITUATION AWARENESS MISCONCEPTIONS AND MISUNDERSTANDINGS – ENDSLEY

IEA2008-SA and Driving – Endsley

Endsley – Theory of Situational Awareness

Stephen Shorrock

Nippin Anand

Novellus Solutions 

Eric Hollnagel

Ron Gantt

Jens Rasmussen

Risk Management in a Dynamic Society-a modelling problem – Rasmussen (1997).

Human error and the problem of causality in analysis of accidents – Rasmussen (1990)

Risk Engineering : Rasmussen and practical drift 

Sidney Dekker

Carsten Busch

Heinrich’s Local Rationality : Shouldn’t “New View” Thinkers Ask Why Things Made Sense To Him? – Busch (2019)

Todd Conklin

Ivan Pupildy

https://nescacademy.nasa.gov/video/b8b99fa1128841819a9d81bb47e0e7ee1d

Jeff Dalto

A Guide to Practicing “New Safety” : The New View, Safety Differently, HOP, Safety-II, No Safety, Resilience Engineering and More – Vector Solutions

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