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Determination of human error patterns---the use of published results of official enquiries into system failures. E.A. Bradley. Quality Reliability Engng. Internat., November-December 1995, 11(6), 411--427.

Tabulated data are presented that show which types of human error predominate. Research is described which included the cases of the Piper Alpha oil platform fire and the Flixborough disaster. Numerous fault trees are illustrated and discussed and tabulated data are presented and discussed which summarize the accident codes for the various cases which have been analysed. 5 refs.

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