Human error during the multilevel responses to three Australian bushfire disasters

Human error during the multilevel responses to three Australian bushfire disasters

“The scale and complexity associated with the coordinated response to natural disasters inevitably produce human errors. However, little is known about the frequency and distribution of human error at different levels of coordination during disasters. The purpose of this research was to explore this phenomenon for selected catastrophic bushfires in Australia.”

Source: Brooks, B., Curnun, S., Bearman, C., & Owen C. (2018). J Contingencies and Crisis Management, and available from this link (subscription journal).

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