Normal Accident Theory

Normal accident theory describes organizations and technologies that are so complex that accidents are to be expected as a normal outcome. In Normal Accidents, Charles Perrow examined such high-risk technologies as nuclear power, petrochemical plants, and air travel (as well as ...

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