Performability: pedagogical perspectives

Barratt, Rod (2006). Performability: pedagogical perspectives. International Journal of Performability Engineering, 2(1) pp. 61–74.



Links of performability to environmental health and safety are developed through policy and legal pressures as well as through illustrations from some major disasters. The human factors inherent in performability can be addressed in part though education and training, and distance teaching has an important role to play. Approaches to providing this education are outlined together with some measures of performance

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