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Olycksundersökningar – Vad händer sedan?

Andersson, Henrik LU and Lejonklou, Lina LU (2012) In LUTVDG/TVBB VBRM01 20122
Division of Fire Safety Engineering
Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety
Abstract
The following report contains a study over what happens with the proposals for action that is presented in fire investigations. Literature, 105 fire investigations and interviews were used to gather information. The literature shows that proposals for action are a natural conclusion in almost all investigation methods but little over half of the fire investigations present them and only a few had a plan for execution and follow-up. The interviews show that most investigators want to or are presenting proposals for action but that the rescue service is not always open for improvement. The proposals and suggestions is mostly communicated via e-mail to different recipients followed by a phone call, but the investigators all think that a... (More)
The following report contains a study over what happens with the proposals for action that is presented in fire investigations. Literature, 105 fire investigations and interviews were used to gather information. The literature shows that proposals for action are a natural conclusion in almost all investigation methods but little over half of the fire investigations present them and only a few had a plan for execution and follow-up. The interviews show that most investigators want to or are presenting proposals for action but that the rescue service is not always open for improvement. The proposals and suggestions is mostly communicated via e-mail to different recipients followed by a phone call, but the investigators all think that a meeting is the most successful way of communication when it comes to implementation of the proposals for actions. This report is a bachelor thesis in the Fire Protection Engineering Program at Lund University: Faculty of Engineering in Lund, Sweden. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The following report contains a study over what happens with the proposals for action that is presented in fire investigations. Literature, 105 fire investigations and interviews were used to gather information. The literature shows that proposals for action are a natural conclusion in almost all investigation methods but little over half of the fire investigations present them and only a few had a plan for execution and follow-up. The interviews show that most investigators want to or are presenting proposals for action but that the rescue service is not always open for improvement. The proposals and suggestions is mostly communicated via e-mail to different recipients followed by a phone call, but the investigators all think that a meeting is the most successful way of communication when it comes to implementation of the proposals for actions. This report is a bachelor thesis in the Fire Protection Engineering Program at Lund University: Faculty of Engineering in Lund, Sweden.},
  author       = {Andersson, Henrik and Lejonklou, Lina},
  issn         = {1402-3504},
  keyword      = {rescue service,proposed measure,regionala samordnare,räddningstjänst,STEP,systemiskt möte,utredningsmetodik,utredningsmetod,utredningsmodell,accident investigation,accident prevention,barrier analysis,fire investigation,learning from accidents,method for fire investigation,MTO-analysis,proposal for action,olycksundersökning,olycksutredning,modell för erfarenhetsåterföring,lärande från olyckor,händelseutredning,erfarenhetsåterföringsprocess,erfarenhetsåterföring,brandutredning,CHAIN-modellen,Avvikelseutredning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {LUTVDG/TVBB},
  title        = {Olycksundersökningar – Vad händer sedan?},
  year         = {2012},
}