Ivonne Herrera
Ivonne Herrera
Senior Scientist, Associate Professor
Verified email at sintef.no
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Building safety indicators: Part 1–theoretical foundation
K Øien, IB Utne, IA Herrera
Safety science 49 (2), 148-161, 2011
2542011
Is there a need for new theories, models and approaches to occupational accident prevention?
J Hovden, E Albrechtsen, IA Herrera
Safety Science 48 (8), 950-956, 2010
1432010
Comparing a multi-linear (STEP) and systemic (FRAM) method for accident analysis
IA Herrera, R Woltjer
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 95 (12), 1269-1275, 2010
1222010
Aviation safety and maintenance under major organizational changes, investigating non-existing accidents
IA Herrera, AO Nordskag, G Myhre, K Halvorsen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (6), 1155-1163, 2009
692009
Building change: Resilience Engineering after ten years
CP Nemeth, I Herrera
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 141, 1-4, 2015
462015
Leading indicators applied to maintenance in the framework of resilience engineering: A conceptual approach
IA Herrera, J Hovden
Paper presented at The 3rd Resilience Engineering Symposium 28, 30, 2008
392008
Proposing safety performance indicators for helicopter offshore on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
IA Herrera, E Hollnagel, S Håbrekke
PSAM 10-Tenth Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, 10, 2010
382010
Organisational Accidents and Resilient Organisations: Five Perspectives Revision
R Rosness, G Guttormsen, T Steiro, RK Tinmannsvik, IA Herrera
Trondheim: SINTEF Industrial Management, 2004
362004
Proactive safety performance indicators
IA Herrera
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Fakultet for …, 2012
222012
Where is the organization looking in order to be proactive about safety? A framework for revealing whether it is mostly looking back, also looking forward or simply looking away
DD Woods, M Branlat, I Herrera, R Woltjer
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 23 (2), 97-105, 2015
212015
Striving to be resilient: What concepts, approaches and practices should be incorporated in resilience management guidelines?
B Adini, O Cohen, AW Eide, S Nilsson, L Aharonson-Daniel, IA Herrera
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 121, 39-49, 2017
202017
Applying the resilience concept in practice: A case study from the oil and gas industry
L Hansson, IA Herrera, T Kongsvik, G Solberg
Safety, reliability and risk analysis: theory, methods and applications 4, 2009
192009
Organizational accidents and Resilient Organizations: Six Perspectives. Revison 2
R Rosness, TO Grøtan, G Guttormsen, I Herrera, T Steiro, F Størseth, ...
SINTEF Industrial Management, Trondheim, 2010
122010
Helicopter Safety Study 3, Main Report
IA Herrera, S Håbrekke, T Kråkenes, PR Hokstad, U Forseth
Trondheim: SINTEF, 2010
102010
Helicopter safety study 3
IA Herrera, S Håbrekke, T Kråkenes, PR Hokstad, U Forseth
Main report. SINTEF report, 2010
92010
Safety science research: evolution, challenges and new directions
JC Le Coze
CRC Press, 2019
82019
The SCALES framework for identifying and extracting resilience related indicators: preliminary findings of a go-around case study
IA Herrera, A Pasquini, M Ragosta, A Vennesland
Proc. SIDs Proc. SESAR Innov. Days, 2014
82014
Organisational accidents and resilient organisations: Six perspectives
R Rossnes, TO Grøtan, G Guttormesen, I Herrera, T Steiro, I Wærø
Trondheim: SINTEF, 2010
82010
Cross-border railway operations: Building safety at cultural interfaces
SO Johnsen, IA Herrera, J Vatn, R Rosness
Rail Human Factors, 393-409, 2017
72017
A need for new theories, models and approaches to occupational accident prevention?
J Hovden, E Albrechtsen, IA Herrera
Working on Safety Conference 30, 2008
72008
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