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dc.contributor.otherFederal University of Bahia – UFBA
dc.contributor.otherTexas AM University - TAMU
dc.creatorAhumada, Cassio Brunoro
dc.creatorÁvila Filho, Salvador
dc.creatorPereira, Lucas Menezes
dc.date.accessioned2021-06-11T16:04:27Z
dc.date.available2021-06-11T16:04:27Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/193370
dc.descriptionPresentationen
dc.description.abstractThe principles of risk, danger, and sociability depend on cognitive limitations and the social work environment. Subjects are linked in binaries or multiples where they can establish causal relationships or influences that lead to informal rules of behavior in the workplace. A group that understands what positively influences the organizational goal of avoiding accidents and losing energy will know the importance of keeping the fundamentals of work alive. Understanding the principles is the basis for research into safe, alert, and resilient behavior. From the characterization of the principles adopted in the form of relationships, from the established standards of good practices, they present hypotheses about safe behavior. The hypotheses may indicate gaps in the difference between what is expected for a risk activity (good practices) and what is detected from the observation scenarios of this industrial routine. In the cognitive analysis based on the models that indicate perception, attention, and memory are initial stages for the construction of the mental scheme of execution of preformatted procedures or elaboration of procedures in unusual situations. A comparative analysis for a group indicates which aspects considered as priorities for decision and common sense allow a more complex preparation that requires a new concept. In the job search are the physical, cognitive (information flow and type of communication) and organizational situations that can cause human error and equipment failure. Working criteria can decrease or increase human error. This work aims to test the principles and indicate the hypotheses through the analysis of scenarios and confirm the relationships of the lack of perception of risk, with the analysis of the work station indicating which factors of performance that influence the human error. When designing interventions, it is important to suggest the influence of competence level and quality of communication tools in a stressful environment with specific leadership. Interventions depend on the type of human error, therefore, on the application of intellectual capital, operational groups for situations under stress, change of habits and educational campaigns.en
dc.format.extent16 pagesen
dc.languageeng
dc.publisherMary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center
dc.relation.ispartofMary K O'Connor Process Safety Symposium. Proceedings 2019.en
dc.rightsIN COPYRIGHT - EDUCATIONAL USE PERMITTEDen
dc.rights.urihttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/
dc.subjectRisk Perceptionen
dc.titleAnalysis of the Low Perception of Risk: Causes, Consequences, and Barriersen
dc.type.genrePapersen
dc.format.digitalOriginborn digitalen
dc.publisher.digitalTexas &M University. Libraries


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