Book Chapters

2018

Book Chapters before 2018
  1. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Landucci, G., Application of Bayesian network to safety assessment of chemical plants during fire-induced domino effects. Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016. Walls, L., Revie, M., Bedford, T. (eds.). pp. 2102 – 2109. (2016)
  2. Van Gulijk, C., Anderson, M., Reniers, G., Dutch security risk analysis for multimodal transport. Multimodal Transport Security : Frameworks and Policy Applications in Freight and Passenger Transport. Szyliowicz, J.S., Zamparini, L., Reniers, G., Rhoades, D.L. (eds.). pp. 227 – 245. (2016)
  3. Depre, E., Reniers, G., Zamparini, L., Multimodal transport insurances. Multimodal Transport Security : Frameworks and Policy Applications in Freight and Passenger Transport. Szyliowicz, J.S., Zamparini, L., Reniers, G., Rhoades, D.L. (eds.). pp. 64 – 82. (2016)
  4. Talarico, L., Sorensen, K., Reniers, G., Springael, J., Pipeline security. Securing Transportation Systems. Hakim, S., Albert, G., Shiftan, Y. (eds.). pp. 281 – 311. (2016)
  5. Argenti, F., Cozzani, V., Landucci, G., Reniers, G., Probabilistic vulnerability analysis of process facilities to external acts of interference. Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016. Walls, L., Revie, M., Bedford, T. (eds.). pp. 786 – 792. (2016)
  6. Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Paltrinieri, N., Cost-benefit analysis for low-probability, high-impact risks : tutorials and examples. Dynamic Risk Analysis in the Chemical and Petroleum Industry : Evolution and Interaction with Parallel Disciplines in the Perspective of Industrial Application. Paltrinieri, N., Khan, F. (eds.). pp. 207 – 217. (2016)
  7. Reniers, G., Talarico, L., Paltrinieri, N., Cost-benefit analysis of safety measures. Dynamic Risk Analysis in the Chemical and Petroleum Industry : Evolution and Interaction with Parallel Disciplines in the Perspective of Industrial Application. Paltrinieri, N., Khan, F. (eds.). pp. 195 – 205. (2016)
  8. Albuti, M., Reniers, G., An investigation into HSE educational programs in the USA. Safety and Security Engineering. Brebbia, C.A., Bucciarelli, T., Garzia, F., Guarascio, M. (eds.). pp. 267 – 273. (2015)
  9. Reniers, G., Improving the way to calculate risk : the qualitative and quantitative risk index R*. Management of Natural Resources, Sustainable Development and Ecological Hazards. Brebbia, C.A., Zubir, S.S. (eds.). pp. 63 – 69. (2015)
  10. Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Springael, J., Intelligent systems in managerial decision-making. Intelligent Techniques in Engineering Management : Theory and Applications. Kahramen, C., Cevik, O., Sezi. (eds.). pp. 377 – 403. (2015)
  11. Mendel, M., Reniers, G., van Gelder, P., Risk in the safety science : its economic foundations, its hyperbolic geometry, and its engineering methods. Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems: ESREL 2015. Podofillini, L., Sudret, B., Stojadinovic, B., Zio, E., Kroger, W. (eds.). pp. 833 – 837. (2015)
  12. Swuste, P., Theunissen, J., Reniers, G., Process safety indicators : a literature review. Occupational Safety and Hygiene SHO2015 : Proceedings Book. Arezes, P., et al. (eds.). pp. 388 – 390. (2015)
  13. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Investigating the power law distribution of a chemical installations’ network. Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis: Beyond the Horizon. Steenbergen, R., van Gelder, P., Miraglia, S., Vrouwenvelder, A.C.W.M. (eds.). pp. 2799 – 2804. (2014)
  14. Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., A game-theoretical model to allocate security resources in a multi-modal transportation system facing adaptive adversaries. Safety and Reliability: Methodology and Applications. Nowakowski, T., Mlynczak, M., Jodejko-Pietruczuk, A., Werbinska-Wojciechowska, S. (eds.). pp. 211 – 215. (2014)
  15. Reniers, G., Omgaan met risico’s en onzekerheid in het onderwijs. Het beste idee van 2014. pp. 40 – 41. (2014)
  16. Blokland, P., Reniers, G., Total Respect Management (TR3M) : a comprehensive method in the pursuit and development of CSR in organisations. Corporate Social Responsibility: Challenges, Benefits and Impact on Business Performance. Newell, A.P. (eds.). pp. 213 – 226. (2014)
  17. Maas, S., Reniers, G., De Prins, M., Building corporate social responsibility : developing a sustainability management system framework. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry. Reniers, G. (eds.). pp. 45 – 53. (2013)
  18. Reniers, G., Cluster management for improving safety and security in chemical industrial areas. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K. (eds.). pp. 147 – 159. (2013)
  19. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K., Conclusions and recommendations. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K. (eds.). pp. 265 – 268. (2013)
  20. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K., Editorial introduction. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry: Theories, Concepts and Industrial Examples for Achieving Sustainable Chemical Products and Processes from a Non-technological Viewpoint. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K. (eds.). pp. 1 – 6. (2013)
  21. Van Heuverswyn, K., Reniers, G., Integrated business and SHESE management systems. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K. (eds.). pp. 89 – 104. (2013)
  22. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K., Sustainable industrial chemistry from a nontechnological viewpoint. Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Vrancken, K. (eds.). pp. 33 – 41. (2013)
  23. Brijs, T., Reniers, G., A tool for intelligent budget allocation of prevention measures related to major accidents. Safety and Security Engineering. Garzia, F., Brebbia, C.A., Guarascio, M. (eds.). pp. 3 – 9. (2013)
  24. Cozzani, V., Reniers, G., Approaches to domino effect prevention and mitigation. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 176 – 188. (2013)
  25. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V., Features of escalation scenarios. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 30 – 42. (2013)
  26. Cozzani, V., Reniers, G., Historical background and state of the art on domino effect assessment. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 1 – 10. (2013)
  27. Reniers, G., Faes, R., Managing domino effects in a chemical industrial area. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 272 – 295. (2013)
  28. Cozzani, V., Krausmann, E., Reniers, G., Other causes of escalation. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 154 – 174. (2013)
  29. Cozzani, V., Reniers, G., Preface. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. VII – VIII. (2013)
  30. Cozzani, V., Spadoni, G., Reniers, G., Quantitative assessment of risk caused by domino accidents. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 208 – 228. (2013)
  31. Reniers, G., Faes, R., Tutorial for the main methodologies. Domino Effects in the Process Industries : Modeling, Prevention and Managing. Reniers, G., Cozzani, V. (eds.). pp. 356 – 358. (2013)
  32. Reniers, G., Zamparini, L., Conclusions and recommendations. Security Aspects of Uni- and Multi-modal Hazmat Transportation Systems. Reniers, G., Zamparini, L. (eds.). pp. 273 – 276. (2012)
  33. Zamparini, L., Reniers, G., Editorial Introduction. Security Aspects of Uni- and Multi-modal Hazmat Transportation Systems. Reniers, G., Zamparini, L. (eds.). pp. 3 – 8. (2012)
  34. Reniers, G., From risk management towards uncertainty management. Risk Assessment and Management. Zhang, Z. (eds.). pp. 11 – 22. (2012)
  35. Reniers, G., History and importance of hazmat transportation. Security Aspects of Uni- and Multi-modal Hazmat Transportation Systems. Reniers, G., Zamparini, L. (eds.). pp.  – 16. (2012)
  36. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., How to enhance sustainable chemistry in a non-technological way?. Sustainable Chemistry. Reniers, G., Brebbia, C.A. (eds.). pp. 3 – 10. (2011)
  37. Reniers, G., Security of multimodal dangerous freights : the way forward. Safety and Security Engineering. Guarascio, M., Reniers, G., Brebbia, C.A., Garzia, F. (eds.). pp. 327 – 335. (2011)
  38. Audenaert, A., Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Peremans, H., Safety of masonry arch bridges : a quick scan method. Computers and Simulation in Modern Science. Mastorakis, N.E. (eds.). pp. 24 – 34. (2010)
  39. Reniers, G., How to increase multi-plant collaboration with a chemical cluster and its impact on external domino effect cooperation initiatives. Safety and Security Engineering. Guarascio, M., Brebbia, C.A., Grazia, F. (eds.). pp. 379 – 388. (2009)
  40. Reniers, G., Gorrens, B., de Jongh, K., van Leest, M., Lauwers, D., Witlox, F., De ontwikkeling van een methodiek voor de risicobepaling van transporten van gevaarlijke stoffen : een eerste toepassing voor Vlaanderen. Bijdragen Vervoerslogistieke Werkdagen. Witlox, F., Ploos van Amstel, W. (eds.). pp. 259 – 272. (2009)
  41. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Dullaert, W., Soudan, K., Chemical industrial areas and their dynamic danger behaviour. Safety and Security Engineering. Guarascio, M., Brebbia, C.A., Grazia, F. (eds.). pp. 549 – 559. (2007)
  42. Daems, W., Reniers, G., Soudan, K., Houston aan de Schelde kan nog veiliger. Mens & Molecule : Magazine voor Chemie en Biowetenschappen / Koninklijke Vlaamse Chemische Vereniging. (2006)
  43. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Improving safety and security in the Antwerp port area : future directions. Multimodal and International Transport News – Antwerp. (2005)