BIOGRAPHY AND WORK OF THE CHARACTERS.
|Biography||H. William Heinrich||Frank E. Bird|
|Life period||n. 1886 – m. 1962||December 19, 1921 – – June 28, 2007|
|experience||Assistant Superintendent of Engineering and Inspection of Travelers Insurance Company||Bachelor of Science, Four Years of Service in the United States Navy|
|Contributions||published his book on Preventing Industrial Accidents, A Scientific Approach in 1931.||The risk control pyramid is a graphic representation of the proportionality that exists between incidents and accidents with damage to the worker’s health.|
|Theory name||The domino effect||Risk control pyramid|
|Statement of the theory||it is the basis for the safety-in-place theory, which holds that as many as 95 percent of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts.||The theory of causality may be given as an administrative / operational practice that aims before the effects of potential or actual people, resulting from unwanted events in the hazards of the operation, and the application of the knowledge and techniques of professional administration, to those working methods and because they do not have|
|Axes of action||This theory postulates five thioric metaphorical dominoes with the causes of the accident. They are Social environment and ancestry, faults of the person, unsafe or mechanical or physical act (unsafe condition), Accidents and Injuries.
in the same way that the removal of a domino from the row – the row of the falling sequence, the elimination of one of the factors would prevent the accident and damage to life, the one whose essential removed card number 3.
Heinrich focuses on improving individual worker performance, rather than improving the work system by the organization.
|It is a graphic representation of the proportionality that exists between incidents and accidents with damage to the worker’s health.
explains the factors and causes of overdose accidents in the industry. They are divided into pre-contact (personal and work factors), contact (sub-standard action and condition) and post-contact (loss), which explains the loss after the accident.