CARR has published a special issue of Risk&Regulation entitled 'Close Calls, Near Misses and Early Warnings'. This issue of the magazine explores how individuals, organizations and states deal with often weak and complex signs of possible disaster. The collection of articles emerged from the Close Calls conference held at CARR in March 2009.
Why BP Ignored Close Calls at Texas City
Detecting the Dodgy Doctor
Constructing Near-Misses: Proximity, Distance and the Space Between
A PDF of the latest issue of Risk&Regulation is available for download here.
Contact: Anna Phillips, CARR, on 020 7849 4635 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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