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Citation

Bernard B. Safety (Basel) 2018; 4(4): e45.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2018, MDPI)

DOI

10.3390/safety4040045

PMID

unavailable

Abstract

Traced back to the Chernobyl Accident analysis (INSAG-1), the concept of safety culture is regarded as a central phenomenon influencing behaviors and values within high-risk organisations. Many studies have already been conducted on safety culture within nuclear installations. Describing a model designed to capture and assess safety culture observations, this paper intends to highlight the role of safety culture within the overall regulatory nuclear safety oversight, and to show how intangible cultural elements can lead to the identification of tangible safety issues.


Language: en

Keywords

regulatory bodies; regulatory body safety oversight; safety culture assessment; safety culture observation

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