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Impact of Acquired Immunity and Dose-Dependent Probability of Illness on Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment
A. Havelaar and A. Swart
A new health study that accounts for ‘acquired immunity’ when evaluating the risk of microbial illness from food or environmental exposures
Interpreting MSHA Citations Through the Lens of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems: Investigating Their Impact on Mine Injuries and Illnesses 2003–2010
Patrick L. Yorio, Dana R. Willmer and Joel M. Haight
Through the lens of MSHA's regulatory framework, we first explore how current enforcement activities align with HSMS elements.
Special Virtual Issues
Special Issue: Foundations of Risk Analysis
Edited by: Terje Aven and Louis Anthony (Tony) Cox, Jr.
Special Issue: Economics of Risk Analysis
Edited by: Michael R. Greenberg and Louis Anthony Cox
Special Issue: Risk Analysis of Influenza
Edited by: Charles N Haas and L.A. Cox
Special Issue: Ecological Risk Assessment in Risk Analysis
Edited by: Wayne G. Landis
Special Issue: Stanley Kaplan: Reflections and Papers Published
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Special Issue: Lester Lave: Reflections and Papers Published
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With the assistance of Ann Bostrom, Granger Morgan and Rae Zimmerman
Special Issue: Advances in Terrorism Risk Analysis
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Risk Analysis Awards
Congratulations to Kimberly M. Thompson for being named one of the 2014 Franz Edelman Laureates along with her coauthors for their paper, "Polio Eradicators Use Integrated Analytical Models to Make Better Decisions" at this year's INFORMS Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
|Professor Tim Bedford, of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Department of Management Science, was among the winners in the Lloyd’s Science of Risk awards for his article, Decision Making for Group Risk Reduction: Dealing with Epistemic Uncertainty, Vol 33:10|
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