Traditionally, risk assessment models for safety-critical systems focus on the identification of hazards and the consequent estimation of the likelihood and severity of losses. Hazards are considered potential sources of risk viewed as natural, technical, or human states of a purely unintentional motive. From a safety point of view, they are unsafe physical states that can result in human injuries (possibly casualties), property losses, or degradation of the natural environment.
|Journal||European Safety and Reliability Association Newsletter|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|