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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Analysis of Major Accidents Reported to the MARS Database during the period 1994-2004SALES SABORIT JAIME; MUSHTAQ FESIL; CHRISTOU MICHAILEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Application of land-use planning criteria for the control of major accident hazards: A case-studyCOZZANI Valerio; BANDINI Riccardo; BASTA Claudia; CHRISTOU MICHAILArticles in Journals
2008Application of the HarsMeth Methodology as a Tool for Analysing the Chemical Accidents Reported to the MARS DatabaseSALES SABORIT JAIME; MUSHTAQ FESIL; CHRISTOU MICHAIL; NOMEN ROSAArticles in Journals
2011Assessment of dispersion modelling and GIS mapping tools to support emergency response operationsROSMULLER Nils, et alContributions to Conferences
2000Carcinogens in the Context of Council Directive 96/82/EC. Final Report by Technical Working Group 7CHRISTOU MichailEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1999The Control of Major Accident Hazards. The Land-Use Planning Issue.CHRISTOU Michail, et alArticles in Journals
1997A Decision Support System for Emergency Response to Major Nuclear AccidentsPAPAZOGLOU Ioannis, et alArticles in Journals
2009Human factors data traceability and analysis in the European Community's Major Accident Reporting SystemBARANZINI Daniele, et alArticles in Journals
2005Identification of reference accident scenarios in SEVESO establishmentsMUSHTAQ FESIL, et alArticles in Journals
2000Land Use Planning in the Vicinity of Chemical Sites. Risk-Informed Decision Making at a Local Community Level.CHRISTOU Michail, et alArticles in Journals
2008Lessons Learned from Accidents Involving Chemical Reactions during Maintenance and Cleaning OperationsSALES SABORIT JAIME, et alArticles in Journals
2010NEDIES: A European Portal for the Generation and Dissemination of Lessons Learned from DisastersKRAUSMANN Elisabeth, et alArticles in books
2009Protection of Chemical Industrial Installations from Intentional Adversary Acts: Comparison of the New Security Challenges with the Existing Safety Practices in EuropeCHRISTOU MICHAILContributions to Conferences
2011Risk Assessment In Support To Land-Use Planning In Europe: Towards More Consistent Decisions?CHRISTOU Michail; GYENES Zsuzsanna; STRUCKL MichaelArticles in Journals
2012Safety of offshore oil and gas operations: Lessons from past accident analysis: Ensuring EU hydrocarbon supply through better control of major hazardsCHRISTOU Michail; KONSTANTINIDOU ARGYRI MYRTOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Statistical Analysis of Major Accidents in Petrochemical Industry Notified to the Major Accident Reporting System (MARS)NIVOLIANITOU Zoe; CHRISTOU MICHAIL; KONSTANDINIDOU MyrtoArticles in Journals
2007Study of Major Accidents Involving Chemical Reactive Substances: Analysis and Lessons LearnedSALES SABORIT JAIME; MUSHTAQ FESIL; CHRISTOU MICHAIL; NOMEN RosaArticles in Journals
2000Substances Dangerous for the Environment in the Context of Council Directive 96/82/Ec. Final Report by Technical Working Group 7CHRISTOU MichailEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Translating the Rrisk of Major Accidents into Opportune Safety Distances from Dangerous Establishments: Recent Developments of the European Regulation as Deriving from Selected National PracticesCHRISTOU MICHAIL; BASTA Claudia; STRUCKL Michael; ALE BenContributions to Conferences
2000The Use of Geographic Information Systems in Major Accident Risk Assessment and Management.CONTINI Sergio mario; BELLEZZA Furio; CHRISTOU Michail; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
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