Peer reviewed journal articles:
- Salmon, P. M., Williamson, A., Lenne, M. G., Mitsopoulos, E., & Rudin-Brown, C. M. (2010). Systems-based accident analysis in the led outdoor activity domain: application and evaluation of a risk management framework. Ergonomics, 53:8, pp. 927-939.
- Salmon, P. M., Cornelissen, M., Trotter, M. (2012). Systems-based accident analysis methods: a comparison of Accimap, HFACS, and STAMP. Safety Science, 50:4, pp.1158-1170.
- Salmon, P.M., Goode, N., Lenné, M. G., Cassell, E., Finch, C. (2014). Injury causation in the great outdoors: a systems analysis of led outdoor activity injury incidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 63, 111-120.
Peer reviewed conference papers:
- Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Lenné, M. G., & Finch, C. F. (2015). Looking beyond people, equipment and environment: Is a systems theory model of accident causation required to understand injuries and near misses during outdoor activities?. Procedia Manufacturing, 3, 1125-1131.
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