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These observations represent the foundational science of HROs.
While normally associated with high-risk organizations, such as aircraft carriers (Weick et al., 1999), nuclear submarines (Bierly and Spender, 1995), and air-traffic control centers (Weick, 1990; Roberts, 1990), the practices HROs use have been suggested as being transferrable to mainstream organizations (Weick and Sutcliffe, 2001, 2007; Roberts and Bea, 2001), although little precise research work has documented how that may actually apply within a corporate setting (Vogus and Wellbourne, 2003).
A high reliability organization (HRO) maintains extraordinarily high levels of quality and safety over long periods of time with no adverse or harmful events, despite operating in hazardous and unsafe conditions.
Under the community policing initiative, a medical camp was arranged by the HROs of Shalimar Police Station in which multiple services were offered for the residents living in the jurisdiction.
The present study shows that many international and local level HROs are taking part in improving the labor rights situation in Bangladesh.
St Petersburg, FL, January 05, 2015 --( Corban OneSource has been in operation for almost 2 decades (18 years to be specific) and, quite in contrast to several other competing HROs, their progress story mainly reflects undisputed success.
Some of these new data resources include the Urban Institute's Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS), the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, and the RAND Health Reform Opinion Study (HROS) (Cobb, Avery, and Turner 2014).
Based on the RAND Health Reform Opinion Study (HROS), Katherine Carman and Christine Eibner (2014) find a much lower estimate of 3.9 million enrolled in exchange plans nationally as of March 28, 2014.
Doctor Brian Robinson, Senior Lecturer at Victoria University, discussed the fact that despite hospitals being high risk organisations (HROs), they are significantly different from most HROs.
Both TSPG and HROS were found to decrease the hyperglycemia by 12.33% (p < 0.05) and 10.96% (p<0.05), respectively.
A promising method for countering some of the more catastrophic JIT risks comes from adopting the principles driving the concept of high-reliability organizations (HROs) outlined in the book "Managing the Unexpected" by Karl E.