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Simulation of the Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study for Longford Simulation 00:08
Simulation of the Longford accident sequence Simulation 02:54
Testimony of Prof. Andrew Hopkins on high-frequencey, low-severity (HFLS) versus low-frequency, high-severity (LFHS) events Photograph 01:52

Creating a Mindful Organisation
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written by Futuremedia (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 30 mins
Professor Andrew Hopkins, a world-renowned expert in industrial accident analysis, outlines the characteristics of high-reliability organizations and why the 'culture of denial' prevents many organizations from acting on warning signs.
written by Futuremedia (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 30 mins
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The Esso Longford Gas Plant Accident: Report of the Longford Royal Commission
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written by Longford Royal Commission (Melbourne, Victoria: Australia. Victorian Government Printer, 1999, originally published 1999), 295 page(s)
This report from the Longford Royal Commission summarizes the findings of the investigation into the Esso Longford gas explosion.
written by Longford Royal Commission (Melbourne, Victoria: Australia. Victorian Government Printer, 1999, originally published 1999), 295 page(s)
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Preventing Disaster: Learning from Longford 2010
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written by Futuremedia (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 39 mins
Professor Andrew Hopkins, a world-renowned expert in industrial accident analysis and author of 'Lessons from Longford,' looks into the organizational, governmental, and societal forces that contributed to the Longford disaster.
written by Futuremedia (Sydney, New South Wales: Futuremedia, 2013), 39 mins
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Technical Expertise As a Contributing Factor in Three Disasters
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written by Athol Yates (Australia: Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 2000, originally published 2000), 5 page(s)
In this article, Athol Yates examines how the lack of technical expertise contributed to three well-known disasters in Australia: The Royal Canberra Hospital implosion, the Esso Longford gas explosion, and the fire on HMAS Westralia.
written by Athol Yates (Australia: Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 2000, originally published 2000), 5 page(s)
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