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The Coupling of Safety and Security

Exploring Interrelations in Theory and Practice

  • Corinne Bieder
  • Kenneth Pettersen Gould
  • Discusses interactions between safety and security from a managerial standpoint

  • Shares authoritative perspectives from a range of scientific disciplines

  • Questions the value of defining safety and security as being separate

  • Provided open access

Open Access

Part of the SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology book series (BRIEFSAPPLSCIENCES)

Also part of the SpringerBriefs in Safety Management book sub series (BRIEFSSM)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Kenneth Pettersen Gould, Corinne Bieder
    Pages 1-8 Open Access
  3. Nancy Leveson
    Pages 17-27 Open Access
  4. Heinz Wipf
    Pages 29-41 Open Access
  5. Sissel H. Jore
    Pages 43-51 Open Access
  6. David J. Brooks, Michael Coole
    Pages 63-73 Open Access
  7. Paul R. Schulman
    Pages 87-95 Open Access
  8. George Boustras
    Pages 97-104 Open Access
  9. Corinne Bieder, Kenneth Pettersen Gould
    Pages 105-113 Open Access

About this book



Safety Management Security Management Safety and Security High Risk Organizations Risk Management Safety Security Efficiency Security Interfaces Open Access

Editors and affiliations

  • Corinne Bieder
    • 1
  • Kenneth Pettersen Gould
    • 2
  1. 1.Safety—Security research programENAC, University of ToulouseToulouseFrance
  2. 2.Department of Safety, Economics and PlanningUniversity of StavangerStavangerNorway

About the editors

Corinne Bieder is the Head of the Safety – Security management research program at ENAC (the French Civil Aviation University). She has worked and conducted research in safety management in a variety of high-risk industries for many years. She has published a number of papers and books on safety management, and is a member of the international NeTWork think tank addressing safety from a multidisciplinary perspective, as well as the strategic analysis group FonCSI (Foundation for an Industrial Safety Culture).

Kenneth Pettersen Gould is an associate professor in risk management and societal safety at the University of Stavanger. His research concerns how risk, reliability, safety and security is analysed and managed in organizational contexts, and how regulatory and management strategies in these areas can be further developed. A particular area of interest is the management of safety and security in technological systems, with critical infrastructures, transportation systems and civil aviation as focus areas.

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