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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1999The Functioning and Status of the EC's Major Accident Reporting System on Industrial Accidents.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2001How Frequent Are Major Industrial Accidents in Europe?KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1997Impact of Accident Precursors on Risk Estimates from Accident DatabasesKIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1999The Importance of Near Miss Reporting to Further Improve Safety Performance.JONES Simon; KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; BJERKE WllyArticles in Journals
2003Industrial Risk Management and International Agreements.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2006International JRC-IE Network on Incorporating Ageing Effects into PSA ApplicationsKIRCHSTEIGER Christian; RODIONOV ANDRIYContributions to Conferences
2006International Network on Incorporation of Ageing Effects into PSAKIRCHSTEIGER Christian; PATRIK MilanArticles in Journals
2005International Network on Incorporation of Ageing Effects into PSAPATRIK Milan; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianContributions to Conferences
1999International Trends in Major Accidents and Activities by the European Commission Towards Accident Prevention (Special Issue of the Magazine).KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1999Major Industrial Accidents Regulation in the European Union.WETTIG Juergen; PORTER Sam; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2005Methodology for the Reliability Evaluation of a Passive System and its Integration into a Probabilistic Safety AssessmentMARQUES Michel; PIGNATEL J.f.; SAIGNES P.; D'AURIA F.; BURGAZZI L.; MUELLER C.; BOLADO LAVIN RICARDO; KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; LA LUMIA V.; IVANOV I.Articles in Journals
2005A New Approach to Quantitative Assessment of Reliability of Passive SystemsKIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2007On the Relationship between Risk Control and Risk Potential for Major Hazardous Industries in the EUKIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1999On the Use of Probabilistic and Deterministic Methods in Risk Analysis.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1999On the Use of Probabilistic and Deterministic Methods in Risk Analysis.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2005Probabilistic Reliability Assessment for Complex Systems in the Absence of Operating Experience DataKIRCHSTEIGER ChristianContributions to Conferences
2006Proceedings of EC Enlargement and Integration Workshop on Use of Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) for Evaluation of Impact of Ageing Effects on the Safety of Nuclear Power Plants, 2-5 October 2006, Bucharest (Romania)RODIONOV ANDRIY; KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; SERBANESCU DANBooks
2005Proceedings of International Workshop on Practical Applications of Age-Dependent Reliability Models and Analysis of Operational Data, 5-6 October 2005, Fontenay aux Roses, France, organised by Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire (IRSN), France, and European Commission - DG JRC - Institute for Energy, Petten, NetherlandsRODIONOV Andrei; PATRIK Milan; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianBooks
2006Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Systems & Human Science: Complex Systems Approaches for Safety, Security and Reliability (SSR 2006)KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; ARAI Tatsuo; KRÜNES Helmut; TAMURA Hiroyuki; JONES Edwin; HIPEL Keith W.; MAKOWSKI Marek; VETERE ARELLANO ANA LISABooks
2005Proceedings of the JRC/OECD Seminar on Emergency & Risk Zoning around Nuclear Power Plants, JRC-IE Petten (NL), 26-27 April 2005VETERE ARELLANO ANA LISA; KUBANYI Jozef; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianBooks
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