Overviews of the UPLOADS Project and progress

Journal articles (2017):

  • Carden, T., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M., & Salmon, P. M. (2017). Sociotechnical systems as a framework for regulatory system design and evaluation: Using Work Domain Analysis to examine a new regulatory system. Applied Ergonomics.
  • Carden, T., Goode, N., & Salmon, P. M. (2017). Not as simple as it looks: led outdoor activities are complex sociotechnical systems. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 18(4), 318-337.
  • Clacy, A., Goode, N., Finch, C. F., & Salmon, P. M. (2017). Designing incident prevention strategies: A review of current models. Safety Science.
  • Dallat, C., Salmon, P.M., & Goode, N. (2017). Risky systems versus Risky people: To what extent do risk assessment methods consider the systems approach to accident causation?  A review of the literature. Safety Science.
  • Dallat, C., Salmon, P. M., & Goode, N. (2017). The NETworked Hazard Analysis and Risk Management System (NET-HARMS). Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.
  • Dallat, C., Goode, N., & Salmon, P.M. (2017). “She’ll be right”. Or Will She? Practitioner perspectives on risk assessment for led outdoor activities in Australia. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning.
  • Goode, N., Salmon, P.M., Taylor, N.Z., Lenne, M., & Finch, C.F. (2017). Developing a contributing factor classification scheme for Rasmussen’s AcciMap: reliability and validity evaluation. Applied Ergonomics. 64, 14-26.
  • Salmon, P.M., Goode, N., Taylor, N., Lenne, M.G., Dallat, C., & Finch, C. (2017). Rasmussen’s legacy in the great outdoors: a new incident reporting and learning system for led outdoor activities. Applied Ergonomics.
  • Trotter, M., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., & Lenne, M. (2017). Distributed Improvisation: A systems perspective of improvisation ‘epics’ by led outdoor activity leaders”. Ergonomics.

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