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What is accident Theory

Study of the types of failure


Heinrich domino theory

1930 accidents occur because of traits of the employee


Birds management model

Domino model
accidents caused by lack of management control
a key individual failed the system
incident instead of accident


Adams management model

Domino model
emphasis on Management's role


Gellar's activator Behavior consequence model (ABC model)

Behavior-based safety Theory
A activators B behaviour C consequence
Analysis of why people do what they do and how they work


Gellar's Behavior pyramid

Change values and culture through behavior modification


Life change unit (LCU) Theory

People with extra stress are more likely to have accidents


Kerr's Goal on freedom model

Workers with freedom to set goals and engage in high-quality safe work

engagement equals improved satisfaction and performance


Peterson's motivation reward satisfaction model

Incidents occur because of a performance deficiency

Performance is based on motivation and ability


Balls energy model

All hazards are created by energy and all incidents are caused by these hazards


Balls energy model type of energy

1 Falls
2 infection, disease
3 asphyxiation, extreme temperatures, motive force
4 shock, burns, motive force (falls)
5 attacks, bites
6 motive force (springs), pressure (steam, compressed gas)

1 gravitational
2 biological
3 water
4 electrical
5 animal
6 stored potential energy


Internal responsibility system IRS

Collective responsibility

everyone is responsible for their own safety and the safety of others


What is an organization and its three common features

a group of people working together to achieve a common purpose

features are purpose, division of labor, and an authority or organizational structure


Criteria for successful organizational structure

Decentralized reporting transparency regular monitoring rapid response shared reliability and Matrix hierarchy


3 important skills of a manager

Technical human and conceptual


Leadership style matrix

Programmability vs autonomy

A) consultative
B) consensus
C) autocratic
D) consultative

A) low programmability low autonomy
B) low programmability high autonomy
C) high programmability low autonomy
D) high programmability high autonomy


AIChE sustainability index metrics (7)

1. Strategic commitment
2. Sustainability innovation
3. Environmental performance
4. Safety performance
5. Product stewardship
6. Social responsibility
7. Value chain management