accidentology

accidentology

(ˌæksɪdənˈtɒlədʒɪ)
n
the study of the prevention of accidents
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These testimonies have been supported by an ethnographic study of skydiving (Hardie-Bick, 2005) and accidentology research.
Differences in traffic exposure between males and females are not enough to explain the differences between the sexes in accidentology. Risk-taking and traffic offenses better explain sex differences in traffic fatalities than the number of kilometers travelled (Waylen & McKenna, 2002).
Accidentology is a good example of a transdiscipline, due to the fact that its research methods are in close relationship to parapsychological procedures.
Accidentology: An example of problem solving by multiple agents with multiple representations.
Renault have been studying safety systems - they call it accidentology - for 50 years and they reckon it has become their passion as part and parcel of their commercial culture.
Then, we describe and compare the knowledge models obtained for seven experts in accidentology and their representation through conceptual graphs.