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If you are a safety and health practitioner and think you don’t know much about the principles of crisis management, then a glance at the chapter headings (Risk assessment, Prevention, Response) of Christer Pursiainen’s book, or the appendices on the ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) principle, bow-tie diagrams and fault-tree analysis, might make you reconsider.
This is not a big book, but it packs a lot of ideas into 142 pages. The author, now a consultant but formerly in a senior OSH post at Australian miner and nickel refiner BHP Billiton, has a lot of experience to draw on but he is also clearly well read. One of the strengths of this book is how he harnesses theories from writers such as Todd Conklin and Daniel Kahneman to the service of accident analysis.