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Simone Sillem
Simone Sillem
Department Manager, Delft University of Technology
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Towards BBN based risk modelling of process plants
B Ale, C Van Gulijk, A Hanea, D Hanea, P Hudson, PH Lin, S Sillem
Safety Science 69, 48-56, 2014
562014
Comparing cell broadcast and text messaging for citizens warning
S Sillem, E Wiersma
Proceedings of the 3rd International ISCRAM Conference, 147-153, 2006
312006
The quality of the post academic course ‘management of safety, health and environment (MoSHE) of Delft University of Technology
P Swuste, S Sillem
Safety Science 102, 26-37, 2018
222018
Using dynamic Bayesian networks to implement feedback in a management risk model for the oil industry
D Hanea, A Hanea, B Ale, S Sillem, PH Lin, C Van Gulijk, P Hudson
11th International probabilistic safety assessment and management conference …, 2012
132012
Goal conflicts, classical management and constructivism: How operators get things done
L Boskeljon-Horst, RJ De Boer, S Sillem, SWA Dekker
Safety 8 (2), 37, 2022
102022
Integrating organisational factors into a BBN model of risk
PH Lin, D Hanea, B Ale, S Sillem, C Van Gulijk, P Hudson
IAPSAM & ESRA, 2012
102012
Modelling risk in high hazard operations: integrating technical, organisational and cultural factors
B Ale, D Hanea, S Sillem, PH Lin, C Van Gulijk, P Hudson
IAPSAM & ESRA, 2012
92012
Towards an integrated risk model for hydrocarbon industry operation
B Ale, D Hanea, C Van Gulijk, P Lin, P Hudson
Advances in Safety, Reliability and Risk Management: ESREL 2011, 258, 2011
92011
Implementation issues on citizens alarming using mobile phone technology (PSAM-0237)
HM Jagtman, JWF Wiersma, S Sillem
92006
How cognitive biases influence the data verification of safety indicators: a case study in rail
J Burggraaf, J Groeneweg, S Sillem, P Van Gelder
Safety 5 (4), 69, 2019
72019
Using cell broadcast in citizens warning: characteristics of messages
S Sillem, HM Jagtman, JWF Wiersma, BJM Ale
72006
Alarming the population using SMS
S Sillem, JWF Wiersma, BJM Ale
ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 47209, 83-88, 2004
72004
What employees do today because of their experience yesterday: how incidental learning influences train driver behavior and safety margins (a big data analysis)
J Burggraaf, J Groeneweg, S Sillem, P van Gelder
Safety 7 (1), 2, 2021
62021
Modelling human and organizational behaviour in a high-risk operation
S Sillem, PH Lin, BJM Ale, PTW Hudson
PSAM 11, 11th, 2012
52012
Modelling self-reliance, evacuation and fire fighting activities during a large fire in a public building–a dynamic approach
DM Hanea, HM Jagtman, S Sillem, JWF Wiersma
Safety Science Monitor 11 (2), 1-17, 2007
52007
Intelligent SMS as an effective public warning system: The inspiring results of a Dutch pilot project
M Smeets, S Sillem
Proceedings of the 2nd International ISCRAM Conference, 17, 2005
52005
Further development of a method to calculate frequencies of loss of control including their uncertainty
BJM Ale, C Van Gulijk, D Hanea, P Hudson, PH Lin, S Sillem, ...
ESREL 2013 (This conference), 2013
42013
Warning citizens; influencing self-reliance in emergencies
S Sillem
42010
Evaluatie van de mogelijkheden van cell broadcast voor burgeralarmering: Ervaringen van praktijkproeven in Nederland gedurende de periode 2005–2007
HM Jagtman, JWF Wiersma, S Sillem, BJM Ale
TU Delft, 2008
42008
Acceptance of mobile phone text messages as a tool for warning the population
S Sillem, JWF Wiersma, BJM Ale
Human factors in design, safety and management, 187-200, 2005
42005
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