Causative Chain Difference for each Type of Accidents in Japanese Maritime Traffic Systems (MTS)

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Wanginingastuti Mutmainnah; Ludfi Pratiwi Bowo; Achmadi Bambang Sulistiyono; Masao Furusho;
  • Publisher: Gdynia Maritime University
  • Journal: TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (issn: 2083-6473, eissn: 2083-6481)
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.12716/1001.11.03.15
  • Subject: Maritime Traffic | Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) | Maritime Traffic Systems (MTS) | Japanese Maritime Traffic Systems (MTS) | Causative Chain (CC) | Type of Accidents | Maritime Accidents | Japan Transportation Safety Board (JTSB) | Canals and inland navigation. Waterways | TC601-791 | Transportation and communications | HE1-9990

Causative chain (CC) is a failure chain that cause accident as an outcome product of the second step of MOP model, namely line relation analysis (LRA). This CC is a connection of several causative factors (CF), an outcome product of first step of MOP model, namely corne... View more
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