Read in №12 of 2020 year "Methodology for Analysis of the Indicators of the Human Factor Effect on the Integrated Safety and Security of Electric Power Enterprises"

21 дек 2020


Statistics confirm the facts that the human factor is involved in the emergence of hazards in the technosphere. Its negative role is manifested in the negative effect of service personnel on the industry areas that are part of the integrated safety and security system of the enterprise.
The services created at the enterprise are the guides in the implementation of the departmental requirements, and to ensure the reliable functioning of the presented industry areas (subsystems) of safety, they need high-quality organizational interaction with each other.
Moreover, this applies not only to the period of the emergency, but also to the everyday conditions of the functioning of an industrial enterprise. To solve this problem, a methodological justification is presented in the application of indicators of the effect of the human factor on complex safety and security. It allows to calculate the coefficient of influence of each of the services through their managerial effect on the assigned branch area of safety.
Approaches are analyzed using the existing methods of organizing the integrated safety and security of the enterprises, the features of their application are considered. At the stage of conducting analytical studies, the application of the method of direct deterministic factor analysis is proposed, which makes it possible to detail the indicators of the influence of factors, break them into components. At the stage of synthesizing the obtained analytical results, it is proposed to use the goal tree method based on the inverse calculations, which allows us to obtain the coefficients of increment (decrease) of gaps (erroneous actions) of service personnel that arise in the dynamic process of fulfilling their job functions.

Authors:
  • Gvozdev E.V.
    Gvozdev E.V.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Associate Professor, evgvozdev@mail.ru NIU MGSU, Moscow, Russia
  • Matvienko Yu.G.
    Matvienko Yu.G.
    Dr. Sci. (Eng.), Prof., Department Head Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
  • Gribanova E.B.
    Gribanova E.B.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Assoc. Prof. Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics, Tomsk, Russia