Genserik Reniers
Genserik Reniers
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A review of optimisation models for pedestrian evacuation and design problems
H Vermuyten, J Beliën, L De Boeck, G Reniers, T Wauters
Safety science 87, 167-178, 2016
Development of a CSR model for practice: connecting five inherent areas of sustainable business
S Maas, G Reniers
Journal of Cleaner Production 64, 104-114, 2014
Domino effects in the process industries: modelling, prevention and managing
G Reniers, V Cozzani
Newnes, 2013
Developing an external domino accident prevention framework: Hazwim
GLL Reniers, W Dullaert, BJM Ale, K Soudan
Journal of Loss Prevention in the process industries 18 (3), 127-138, 2005
Bibliometric analysis of safety culture research
K van Nunen, J Li, G Reniers, K Ponnet
Safety Science 108, 248-258, 2018
How to define and interpret a probability in a risk and safety setting
T Aven, G Reniers
Safety science 51 (1), 223-231, 2013
Process safety indicators, a review of literature
P Swuste, J Theunissen, P Schmitz, G Reniers, P Blokland
Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 40, 162-173, 2016
The use of current risk analysis tools evaluated towards preventing external domino accidents
GLL Reniers, W Dullaert, BJM Ale, K Soudan
Journal of loss prevention in the process industries 18 (3), 119-126, 2005
On the assessment of uncertainty in risk diagrams
F Goerlandt, G Reniers
Safety Science 84, 67-77, 2016
Engineering risk management
T Meyer, G Reniers
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2016
Past, present and future of Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) and the incentive it obtained from Land-Use Planning (LUP)
H Pasman, G Reniers
Journal of loss prevention in the process industries 28, 2-9, 2014
Dynamic risk management: a contemporary approach to process safety management
F Khan, SJ Hashemi, N Paltrinieri, P Amyotte, V Cozzani, G Reniers
Current opinion in chemical engineering 14, 9-17, 2016
Validity and validation of safety-related quantitative risk analysis: A review
F Goerlandt, N Khakzad, G Reniers
Safety science 99, 127-139, 2017
An external domino effects investment approach to improve cross-plant safety within chemical clusters
G Reniers
Journal of hazardous materials 177 (1-3), 167-174, 2010
Using graph theory to analyze the vulnerability of process plants in the context of cascading effects
N Khakzad, G Reniers
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 143, 63-73, 2015
DomPrevPlanning©: user-friendly software for planning domino effects prevention
GLL Reniers, W Dullaert
Safety Science 45 (10), 1060-1081, 2007
Designing continuous safety improvement within chemical industrial areas
GLL Reniers, BJM Ale, W Dullaert, K Soudan
Safety Science 47 (5), 578-590, 2009
Work safety in China’s Thirteenth Five-Year plan period (2016–2020): Current status, new challenges and future tasks
B Wang, C Wu, L Kang, G Reniers, L Huang
Safety science 104, 164-178, 2018
Continuously and simultaneously optimizing an organization’s safety and security culture and climate: the Improvement Diamond for Excellence Achievement and Leadership in …
GLL Reniers, K Cremer, J Buytaert
Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (11), 1239-1249, 2011
Domino effects within a chemical cluster: a game-theoretical modeling approach by using Nash-equilibrium
G Reniers, W Dullaert, S Karel
Journal of hazardous materials 167 (1-3), 289-293, 2009
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