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Vtsescu M.,Polytechnic University of Timişoara | Vasilescu G.D.,INSEMEX | Lemle L.D.,Polytechnic University of Timişoara
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2015

This paper presents an approach in compliance with the European and national requirments aiming at increasing OHS level in the compaines involved in water construction works an dat providing sustainability of the related environment. © 2015 AIP Publishing LLC.


Vtsescu M.,Polytechnic University of Timişoara | Vasilescu G.D.,INSEMEX | Lemle L.D.,Polytechnic University of Timişoara
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2015

Systems of work are complex structures with specific characteristics, which require the use of probabilistic methods based on the use of instruments, both in the design phase and the stage of analysis and evaluation to ensure the safe conditions of work within them. This paper presents a methodological approach to probabilistic and statistical analysis and assessment of risk scenarios identified in the systems work. Statistical approach is based on quantification of what is rational and can be seen, this constitutes the probabilistic extrapolation to what can be reasonably inferred from these statistics to assess the probability of occurrence of less common events that can not be observed directly. © 2015 AIP Publishing LLC.


Vasilescu G.D.,INSEMEX | Gaman A.,INSEMEX | Draghici A.,INSEMEX | Simion S.,INSEMEX
Environmental Engineering and Management Journal | Year: 2012

The integrated method for an internal efficient auditing of occupational health and safety applicable to complex work systems found in the hydroelectric power generation has been developed within the Project PN 07 45 01 12 of NUCLEU Program/2010-2011. The documentation regarding the appliance procedure of the internal auditing method for the hydro-construction companies is structured in two parts: the first part which comprises the "Work instruments" and the second part, which comprises "The reporting instruments". The method can be used for diagnose analyses in order to assess the global occupational health and safety level as well as for determining the safety risk in OHS field, case in which the base of the probability function related to the states of insecurity can be prognosed with a certain accuracy, the depreciation level of the safety status by estimating the exceeding probability of the value for such a status. In order to determine the safety risk in OHS field there has been carried out the adjustment of the law for the probability of representative/maximal sample values (values related to the insecurity states) obtained from the 21 checklists used in OHS auditing of the analysed objectives from within AHE Surduc-Siriu, to the Gumbel theoretical law of probabilities.


Vasilescu G.D.,INSEMEX | Csaszar T.A.,INSEMEX | Cioclea D.,INSEMEX | Dinescu S.,UNIVERSITATEA PETROSANI | Plesea V.,ICPM SA PETROSANI
Proceedings of the International Conference on Risk Management, Assessment and Mitigation, RIMA '10 | Year: 2010

Systems of work are complex structures with specific characteristics, which require the use of probabilistic methods based on the use of instruments, both in the design phase and the stage of analysis and evaluation to provide the safe conditions of work inside them. This paper presents a methodological approach to probabilistic and statistical analysis and assessment of risk scenarios identified in the work systems. Statistical approach is based on quantification of what is rational and can be seen; this constitutes the probabilistic extrapolation to what can be reasonably inferred from these statistics to assess the probability of occurrence of less common events that can not be observed directly.


Plesea V.,ICPM SA Petrosani | Ghinia S.,ICPM SA Petrosani | Vasilescu G.,INSEMEX
Proceedings of the International Conference on Risk Management, Assessment and Mitigation, RIMA '10 | Year: 2010

In accordance with the occupational health and safety standards currently in force, the safety parameters that define the underground atmosphere (mainly temperature and gases) shall be monitored during the closing of mines, both during the proper closing and the preservation stage, as well during temporary or permanent closing of mine areas damaged during mining period. The solution intends to warn against the hazards of undergrounds fires and gas and powders explosions; it consists in the automatic sampling and processing of information on the evolution of temperature and gases inside goofs and closed underground areas.

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