Among specific topics are the field investigation and finite element modeling of a progressive debris slide in the Indian Himalayas, two methods for measuring the internal velocity of debris flows in the laboratory, modeling soil erosion and sediment transport under different land management options in a southern Italy watershed, the influence of storm-based events on the suspended sediment flux in a small scale river catchment in Ireland, and a framework of human reliability analysis in a geotechnical risk assessment for hillside development.
What does HR stand for?
HR stands for Human Reliability
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We have 67 other meanings of HR in our Acronym Attic
- Hostile Reconnaissance
- Hot Rats
- Hot Rolling
- House of Representatives
- House Right (technical theatre)
- House Rule
- Hover Race (game)
- Human Relations
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Generic data on human errors are available in the form of human reliability databases, such as THERP, HEART, HRC and INTENT (e.
As our customers expand their facilities and require more exact analytical procedures to ensure safety, mechanical and human reliability, RCI will continue to provide a wide range of services to meet their needs.
A senior representative from CCPS will be presenting at the conference on "Discussing Human Reliability to establish a Process Safety Culture" and will facilitate a workshop on Wednesday 18th November on "Discussing critical issues in Process Safety: A CCPS-Middle East model steering committee meeting".
Pakistan has developed and operationlized an immaculate nuclear weapons security regime which is multilayered, has stringent access controls and incorporates modern technical solutions and rigorous Human Reliability Programmes and it conforms to international best practices and has the capacity to meet all challenges, Gilani said.