Markers and Patterns of Organizational Resilience for Risk Analysis

A. De Galizia, C. Simon, P. Weber, B. Iung, C. Duval, E. Serdet
2016 IFAC-PapersOnLine  
In recent years, the concept of resilience has been introduced in risk analysis and some approaches have been proposed as an alternative (or a complement) to the conventional safetyassessmentfor sociotechnical systems. In that way, Integrated Risk Analysis (IRA) has been developed at EDF to treat different risk causalities linking human, organizational, technical and environmental factors in a unified framework using performance shaping factors (PSF).However, research is still needed to address
more » ... the issues relating to the modelling of resilience when considering organizational influences on human activities. Thus, this paper aims contributingat the definition and derivation of resilient markers and, consequently, to consider both resilient and pathogenic organizational patterns in a unifiedrisk model.The riskmodel is initially proposed as a fourth generation method of risk analysis based on probabilisticgraphical modellingofcausal mechanisms. The model is proposed forsafety assessment of technical systems integrating human, environmental and organizational factors.Finally, the feasibility of our proposals is shown on an illustrative case of Integrated Risk Analysis (IRA).
doi:10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.10.609 fatcat:xny5nd7kcbchnow2jz6j2bnzfy