Values of culture and history of Indigenous communities in

Assignment Detail:- 49006 Risk Management in Engineering - University of Technology Sydney Assessment Part - Topic and Case Study Analysis Objectives: 1: Incorporate the values of culture and history of Indigenous communities in risk analysis studies and the development of risk management plans 2: Identify stakeholders, boundaries and uncertainties in engineering projects and systems Topics: • Domino effects: Domino effects are referred to a chain of accidents in which a primary accident starting in a unit spreads to adjacent units, causing secondary accidents the total consequence of which could be much more severe than the primary event- • Natechs: Natechs are referred to technological accidents such as release of hazardous materials, fires or explosions in industrial plants which are triggered by natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes- Compared to normal technological accidents, which are a matter of random failures or human error, natechs usually give rise to more catastrophic consequences since the likelihood of simultaneous damage to hazardous units and domino effects is much higher- • Land use planning: Land use planning -LUP- as an effective and crucial safety measure has widely been employed by safety experts and decision makers to mitigate off-site risks posed by major accidents- Accordingly, the concept of LUP in industrial plants has traditionally been considered from two perspectives: -i- land developments around existing industrial plants considering potential off-site risks posed by major accidents and -ii- development of existing industrial plants considering nearby land developments and the level of additional off-site risks the land developments would be exposed to- • Human error: Humans play an important role during the design, installation, production, and maintenance phases of a product or system- Human error may be defined as the failure to perform a specified task -or the performance of a forbidden action- that could lead to disruption of scheduled operations or result in damage to property and equipment- • Security: This area involves estimating access and harm caused due to war, terrorism, riot, crime -vandalism, theft, etc--, and misappropriation of information -national security information, intellectual property, etc--- • Environmental damages: This field involves estimating losses due to noise, contamination, and pollution in the ecosystem -water, land, air, and atmosphere- and in space -space debris-- Instructions: 1- Read, research, and select one topic from the list provided above- 2- Find two case studies relevant to your topic- You can use any sources via the library database or the web -For example, you can find real case studies here www-csb-gov, by going to "investigations" tab where you can find final reports for industrial accidents-- 3- You will use the case studies for assessments 2 and 3 too- Therefore, please read assessments 2 and 3 specifications too to make sure your select the case studies with enough information for other assessments- 4- For each case study:• Set a boundary of investigation• Analyse the stakeholders and explore if the case study affected or was affected by Indigenous communities• Define the inherent risk• Describe in detail the causal chain -i-e- show causality from the root cause-s- to the failure event- and provide a causal loop diagram for each failure- 5- All content must be written without grammatical errors and should be fully referenced in IEEE style- You must have in-text referencing and include a list of references at the end of report- Please refer to Canvas, Module 6 for referencing guidelines- Article - Causal Loop Construction: The Basics By Colleen Lannon Attachment:- Case Study Analysis-rar

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