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Human Factors in the Chemical and Process Industries by The Keil The Keil Centre, Janette Edmonds

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Acknowledgment

The Keil Centre would like to acknowledge and thank Cheryl MacKenzie, Investigations Team Lead, US Chemical Safety Board, for her advice and guidance on defining the regulatory framework in the United States of America which is discussed in the chapter on the current regulatory and government focus on human factors. Any errors or omissions are the author’s. Cheryl MacKenzie is a world renowned expert in the field of Human Factors and her expertise has been instrumental in understanding the human contribution to significant and well-known major accidents.

Acknowledgment and gratitude are extended to BAW Architecture, Denver, Colorado, USA, for the provision of figures and support in writing the chapters related to control room ...

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