Operational risk lessons from safety-critical industries

Inspiration from above

An airplane seen from a building

Managing operational risk calls for multiple approaches and methods, including both qualitative and quantitative risk analysis techniques. As well as proactively managing the risks it is necessary to take a system perspective, where the system to be addressed consists of interacting human, technical and organisational factors.

Today, this goes without saying within industries such as aviation. But this was not always the case. Safety-critical industries, especially aviation, have evolved from

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