A Guideline to HRA Data Collection from Simulations
Volume 10, Number 7, November 2014 - Paper 6 - pp. 729-740
J. PARK, S. Y. CHOI, Y. KIM, S. H. KIM, S. J. LEE, W. JUNG, AND J. E. YANGIntegrated Safety Assessment Division, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
(Received on February 12, 2014, revised on September 10, 2014)
Including the Fukushima disaster, most accidents that have occurred for several decades in nuclear power plants (NPPs) commonly pointed out the criticality of an inappropriate human performance to their operational safety. Consequently, a huge amount of effort has been spent to reduce the possibility of critical human errors that probably contribute to the safety of NPPs, and one of the most disseminated approaches is to conduct an HRA (Human Reliability Analysis). Unfortunately, although HRA practitioners generally require a lot of information pertaining to the comprehension of contexts being exposed to human operators, one of the frequently raised problems is a lack of available information.
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