Nuclear Assessment Tools
The nuclear domain has been exploring safety culture for the longest period of time, with a strong focus on safety after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.
Nuclear Action Reliability Assessment (NARA): A Data-Based HRA Tool (Available from Springer Publishing)
The NARA was developed as a tool for measuring human reliability within the nuclear industry. The NARA uses human performance data to understand the probability of future error.
The DYLAM Approach for the Dynamic Reliability of Analysis of Systems (Available from ScienceDirect)
The DYLAM 3 is a tool created with the purpose of determining how the interaction between factors (human, system, and engineering), lead to failure events.
Safety Report Series No.83: Performing Safety Culture Self-Assessments (Available from the IAEA)
This report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) provides guidance on conducting safety culture assessments through multiple methods including: document analysis, focus groups, interviews, observations, and questionnaires.
Chernobyl Disaster, 1986