Resilience engineering: Where do I start?
ITF – Jousting with Dragons: A Resilience Engineering approach to managing SMS in the transport sector (2017)
The Resilience Shift – Exploring Resilience in Aviation and Maritime Transport – And How Human Factors Can Help (2017)
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering – Situation Assessment—An Essential Functionality for Resilient Navigation Systems (2019)
The Resilience Shift : The Resilience Shift was created by two highly respected global firms – Lloyd’s Register and Arup – who have come together to assure the future of critical infrastructure, which is fundamental to the sectors in which they work. The Resilience Shift’s work benefits from and amplifies the breadth and depth of knowledge from our founding partners. At a time of dynamic global change and challenges, we need innovation and creativity to deliver the most resilient and sustainable solutions. We need to know that our infrastructure networks and services will be able to absorb, and quickly recover from, acute shocks and chronic stresses, and adapt to a continually changing world.
Four concepts for resilience and the implications for the future
of resilience engineering – David D. Woods (2015)