The systems approach and Rasmussen’s (1997) Risk Management Framework underpin all aspects of the UPLOADS project from the development of the taxonomy and database to the analysis of the industry dataset. The following sections describes the principles of the approach and how we have adapted it to describe the outdoor education/recreation domain.

The principles of the systems approach

How does the systems approach differ to other approaches?

Rasmussen’s (1997) Risk Management Framework

The led outdoor activity “system”

3 comments on “Overview
  1. […] miss incidents in the led outdoor sector. Being more than just an industry first application of the systems approach to incident reporting for the outdoor sector, these findings will go on to inform the development of […]

  2. […] was a great success! Professor Paul Salmon and Clare Dallat gave an engaging presentation on systems thinking, demonstrating the importance and significance of bridging the research-practice gap in led outdoor […]

  3. […] NO-HARMS (National Outdoor Hazard Assessment and Risk Management System), which uses several human factors methods to first understand the tasks involved in the design, planning, delivery and review of a led outdoor […]

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