Professionalization in Safety

10 November 2020

Wim Van Wassenhove and Christian Foussard presented, during the 30th ESREL conference held from November 1 to 5, 2020, an article on the professionalization of security and the fundamental knowledge necessary for future security professionals. […]


Good and bad reasons: The Swiss cheese model and its critics

5 March 2020

Justin Larouzée publishes an article entitled “Good and bad reasons: the Swiss cheese model and its critics”, co-authored by Jean-Christophe Le Coze (INERIS). Free access on Safety Science’s website. This article provides a historical and […]


Safety Dynamics

3 December 2018

The book « Safety Dynamics. Evaluating Risk in Complex Industrialiser Systems » is edited by Franck Guarnieri and Emmanuel Garbolino. The book provides an overview of innovative methodology to study risk in industrial context based on system […]


New Book: Risk in extreme environments

14 October 2017

CRC contribution to the book Risk in extreme  environments (edited  by Prof. Vicki Bier, 2018). Chapter 4: « Decision Making on Trial: The Extreme Situation at Fukushima Daiichi » by Sébastien Travadel, Christophe Martin and […]


Our last paper into Risk Analysis :

10 October 2017

“Industrial Safety and Utopia: Insights from the Fukushima Daiichi Accident”. Written by: Sébastien Travadel, Franck Guarnieri and Aurélien Portelli. Abstract: Feedback from industrial accidents is provided by various state or even international, institutions, and lessons […]