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- The ATHEANA method can be broken down into two parts: identification of human errors within an event sequence and quantification of these human errors. The normal HRA methods subsume the errors identified with the event sequence mostly by historical means. The difference is that ATHEANA has search method to identify error forcing conditions (EFCs) exist that can lead to errors.
- Reference: Human reliability assessment: theory and practice
- Technical Tools/Human Factors and Errors/Human Reliability Analysis/Context Related