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Development and Validation of a Model for HSE Management Performance Assessment Based on the Resilience Engineering Approach (A Case Study in a Car Manufacturing Company)

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The performance evaluation of HSE based on updated analytical models such as Resilience Engineering particularly in automotive industries is crucial. This research aims to develop the evaluation of the HSE management performance model and incorporate Resilience Engineering principles with the emphasis on a futuristic approach rather than a retrospective one, as well as focusing on strengths issues instead of weaknesses in an organization. This study, as a cross-sectional analysis, carried out in an automotive industry. Four Resilience components were chosen based on the Hollnagel theory as the RE contribution factors. Then, using an expert panel, the main and sub-indices of environmental health safety indices were evaluated and validated via CVI and CVR method. In the consecutive step, the validated indices were made in the format of the questionnaire and finally compiled through the analytical results of the mentioned questionnaire. According to the resilience engineering factors weight were determined that the highest impact for the safety component and the least effect on the monitoring component. In the case of health, experience has the highest impact where prediction comes with the least impact; in the environmental dimension, prediction has the highest impact and monitoring has the least effect relevant to the explanation of the structures. Overall, for HSE performance management, forecasting and monitoring in the aspect of environmental dimension have the highest effect (0/18) and the lowest effect (0/07). In the current study, the performance of HSE management in three dimensions of safety, health and environment as well as four factors including forecasting, response, experience acquisition and monitoring that are derived from data-driven theory research approach is studied in the automotive industry. Based on the analysis results, health (0/40), safety (0/37) and the environment (0/33) have the highest impact in the formation of HSE performance management, respectively. On the other hand, these dimensions cover almost all aspects of HSE (R=1) in its measurement.

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Performance Evaluation Resilience Engineering Safety Health Environment HSE Automotive Industry

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Ahmadvand A, Arjmandi R, Mohammadi A, Mirzahosseini SA. Development and Validation of a Model for HSE Management Performance Assessment Based on the Resilience Engineering Approach (A Case Study in a Car Manufacturing Company). Int J Occup Hyg. 12(4):289-309.