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바퀴벌레 법칙 (하인리히의 법칙)

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Heinlich's law

 1-29-300의 법칙
 
 사건이 발샐하기 전에 '예고'는 분명히 있다.

 대형사고 '한 건'이 발생하기 이전에 이와 관련 있는
소형사고가 '29회' 발생하고, 소형사고 전에는 같은
원인에서 비롯된 사소한 징후들이 '300번' 나타난다는
통계적 법칙

큰 사건이란 자기가 속한 조직에서 일어날 수도 있고
경쟁 상대가 터뜨릴 어떤 이벤트일 수도 있음. 여기에는
반드시 어떤 전조가 있다는 것임.

카오스 이론 훨씬 전인 1930년대에 발표되었다네요.

Heinrich's law:all facts at a glance

Herbert William Heinrich analyzed 550.000 occupational accidents and noticed that there is a constant ratio between fatal, light and near-accident of 1:29:300. In conclusion it is useful to analyze the frequent near-accidents to detect organization problems and intervene before a fatal accident happens. http://sciencelinks.jp/j-east/article/199924/000019992499A0499901.php

 

 

Herbert William Heinrich

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Herbert William Heinrich (born 1886) was an American industrial safety pioneer from the 1930s. He was an Assistant Superintendent of the Engineering and Inspection Division of Travelers Insurance Company when he published his book Industrial Accident Prevention, A Scientific Approach in 1931.[1][2] One empirical finding from his 1931 book became known as Heinrich's Law: that in a workplace, for every accident that causes a major injury, there are 29 accidents that cause minor injuries and 300 accidents that cause no injuries.[3] Because many accidents share common root causes, addressing more commonplace accidents that cause no injuries can prevent accidents that cause injuries.

Heinrich's work is the basis for the theory of Behavior-based safety, which holds that as many as 95 percent of all workplace accidents are caused by unsafe acts. Heinrich came to this conclusion after reviewing thousands of accident reports completed by supervisors, who generally blamed workers for causing accidents without conducting detailed investigations into the root causes.

While Heinrich's figure that 88 percent of all workplace accidents and injuries/illnesses are caused by "man-failure" is perhaps his most oft-cited conclusion, his book actually encouraged employers to control hazards, not merely focus on worker behaviors. "No matter how strongly the statistical records emphasize personal faults or how imperatively the need for educational activity is shown, no safety procedure is complete or satisfactory that does not provide for the . . . correction or elimination of . . . physical hazards," Heinrich wrote in his book.[4] Emphasizing this aspect of workplace safety, Heinrich devoted 100 pages of his work to the subject of machine guarding.[2] Herbert William Heinrich died on June 22, 1962, at the age of 80 Heinrich did safety work across many industries, with published data, which gives guidelines of how to scale up from incidents and near misses to a good estimate of the probability of real accidents.

In 1961 he received the ASSE Fellow designation from the American Society of Safety Engineers.

Heinrich's classic work has been revised into the more recent book,Roos, Nestor R.; Heinrich, H.; Brown, Julienne; Petersen, Dan; Hazlett, Susan (1980). Industrial accident prevention: a safety management approach. New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0-07-028061-4. 

Two later books challenge the findings and conclusions of Heinrich.

"Heinrich Revisited: Truisms or Myths" by Fred A. Manuele, CSP, PE [2002, ISBN 0-87912-245-5 published by National Safety Council] offers the following in the last chapter. "The intent of this book is to present a review of the origin of certain of Heinrich's premises that became accepted as truisms, how they evolved and changed over time, and to determine their validity. A summary of the observations made in this book follows.

1. Files pertaining to Heinrich's research do not exist. Thus, there is no material to review as the quality of research, or the analytical system used to arrive at his premises or their validity.

2. Heinrich's studies were made of accidents that occurred in the 1920s. Safety at work and the workplace itself have changed substantively since then, as evidenced by noteworthy reductions in accident experience in the past 70 years. Therefore, the current value and applicability of his conclusions should be questioned and researched.

3. Although psychology has a place in safety management, the emphasis Heinrich gave to it as being "a fundamental of great importance in accident causation" was disproportionate, and that overemphasis influenced his work considerably.

4. Heinrich's 88-10-2 ratios indicate that among the direct and proximate causes, 88 percent are unsafe acts, 10 percent are unsafe mechanical or physical conditions and 2 percent are unpreventable

The methodology used in arriving at those ratios cannot be supported.

Current causation knowledge indicates the premise to be invalid.

This premise conflicts with the work of others, such as W. Edwards Deming, whose research finds root causes to derive from shortcomings in the management systems.

Among all the Heinrich premises, application of these ratios has had the greatest impact on the practice of safety, and has done the most harm, since it promotes preventive efforts being focused on the worker, rather than on the operating system.

5. The Foundation Of A Major Injury, the 300-29-1 ratios (Heinrich's triangle) is the least tenable of his premises.

It is impossible to conceive of incident data being gathered through the usual reporting methods in 1926 in which 10 out of 11 accidents could be no-injury cases.

Conclusions pertaining to the 300-29-1 ratios were revised from edition to edition, without explanation, thus presenting questions about which version is valid.

6. Heinrich's often-stated belief that the predominant causes of no-injury accidents are identical with the predominant causes of accidents resulting in major injuries is not supported by convincing evidence and is questioned by several authors. Application of the premise results in misdirection since those who apply it may presume, inappropriately, that if they concentrate their efforts on the types of accidents that occur frequently, the potential for severe injury will be addressed.

Investigation of numerous accidents resulting in fatality or serious injury by modern-day safety professionals leads to the conclusion that their causal factors are not linked to accidents that occur frequently and result in minor injury

7. No documentation exists to support Heinrich's 4-1 ratio of indirect injury costs to direct costs. Further, arriving at a ratio that is universally applicable is implausible.

8. In Principles of Accident Prevention, Heinrich place an inordinate emphasis on the unsafe acts of individuals as causal factors and gives insufficient attention to causal factors deriving from operating systems. It is this author's belief that many safety practitioners would not agree with Heinrich's premise that "man failure is the heart of the problem and the methods of control must be directed toward man failure."

9. In Heinrich's Accident Factors, prominence is given to causal factors deriving from ancestry and environment and to the faults of persons that allegedly derive from inherited or acquired faults, that is, inappropriate with respect to current societal mores....."

The later book, "On the Practice of Safety, Third Edition," by Fred Manuele [2003, ISBN 0-471-27275-2 published by John Wiley &Sons, Inc] further discusses Heinrich and compares and contrasts his finding with those of W. Edwards Deming.

[edit]References

^ United Steelworkers of America, "The Steelworker Perspective on Behavioral Safety" (Pittsburg, PA, nd, p. 2)

^ abHayhurst, ER (January 1932). "Review of Industrial Accident Prevention: a Scientific Approach". Am J Public Health Nations Health22 (1): 119?20. PMC 1556694. http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pmcentrez&artid=1556694. 

^Heinrich HW (1931). Industrial accident prevention: a scientific approach. McGraw-Hill. quoted in Hollnagel, Erik (2009). Safer Complex Industrial Environments: A Human Factors Approach. CRC Press. ISBN 1420092480. 

^Heinrich HW (1959). Industrial accident prevention: a scientific approach (4th ed.). McGraw-Hill. quoted in Grimaldi, John V.; Simonds, Rollin H. (1973). Safety management. Homewood, Ill: R. D. Irwin. p. 211. ISBN 0-256-01564-3. 

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