Nertney (1987) defines the phrase ‘operational readiness’ as:
“…achieving a configuration which places the right people in the right places at the right times working with the right hardware according to the right procedures and management controls . At a secondary level, this implies that these elements are functioning in a proper physical and psychological environment”.
|Management Oversight & Risk Tree|
|Safety Risk Management|
|Papers and Reports|
|Events & Conditional Factors Analysis|
|3CA - Control Change Cause Analysis|
|Readiness to Investigate|