FRAMily 2014



Extending the capabilities of the FMV

There is an increasing interest in utilising the FRAM approach for the analysis of what exactly is going on in complex sociotechnical systems in practical high hazard environments. There are, for example, a number of ongoing projects at the moment in aviation, self-driving vehicles and, of course, on the challenges of the COVID 19 pandemic for healthcare responses. But as well as these practical applications there is an increasing interest from the academic community, in extending and developing further, the underpinning concepts, as shown in the recent review (below)

The FRAMily meeting/workshop 2014

Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden


The agenda can be found here.


The abstracts of talks, etc. can be found here.

And here are the various presentation materials.

Hounsgaard, J. What is the difference between a good and a bad day at a spine centre?

Hounsgaard, J. & Ros, A. Experience from Sweden and Denmark with training of staff using FRAM.

Hounsgaard, J. & Langkilde, P. K. Ward Rounds in a Geriatric Ward.

Studic, M. A framework to assess the safety impact of airport integration into the ATM system.

Nilsson, J. & Forsman, F. High Speed Navigation in the lens of FRAM

Werfs, M. FRAM for system design

Alm, H. FRAM case example for the industry

Prison, J. (Discussion). FRAM – a concern – too complex to be actively used outside of academia?

T. Wäfler, N. Cerny, B.Kohli & C.Vogel. FRAM in comparison to another modelling method for

socio-technical systems.

van Kleef. E. Discrete event simulation of a FRAM model in SimPy

Slater, D. (Discussion). What methods can be a meaningful compliment to FRAM?

The FRAM Sandbox Facility

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