Journal Papers

2019

2018

Before 2018
  1. van Staalduinen, M.A., Khan, F., Gadag, V., Reniers, G., Functional quantitative security risk analysis (QSRA) to assist in protecting critical process infrastructure. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 157, pp. 23 – 34. (2017)
  2. Vermuyten, H., Belien, J., De Boeck, L., Reniers, G., Wauters, T., A review of optimisation models for pedestrian evacuation and design problems. Safety Science. vol. 87, pp. 167 – 178. (2016)
  3. Zhou, J., Reniers, G., Khakzad, N., Application of event sequence diagram to evaluate emergency response actions during fire-induced domino effects. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 150, pp. 202 – 209. (2016)
  4. Khan, F., Hashemi, S. J., Paltrinieri, N., Amyotte, P., Cozzani, V., Reniers, G., Dynamic risk management: a contemporary approach to process safety management. Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering. vol. 14, pp. 9 – 17. (2016)
  5. van Nunen, K., Reniers, G., Ponnet, K., Cozzani, V., Major accident prevention decision-making: a large-scale survey-based analysis. Safety Science. vol. 88, pp. 242 – 250. (2016)
  6. Goerlandt, F., Reniers, G., On the assessment of uncertainty in risk diagrams. Safety Science. vol. 84, pp. 67 – 77. (2016)
  7. Zarei, E., Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Akbari, R., On the relationship between safety climate and occupational burnout in healthcare organizations. Safety Science. vol. 89, pp. 1 – 10. (2016)
  8. Zhou, J., Reniers, G., Petri-net based modeling and queuing analysis for resource-oriented cooperation of emergency response actions. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. vol. 102, pp. 567 – 576. (2016)
  9. Zhou, J., Reniers, G., Petri-net based simulation analysis for emergency response to multiple simultaneous large-scale fires. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 40, pp. 554 – 562. (2016)
  10. Swuste, P., Theunissen, Jos., Schmitz, P., Reniers, G., Blokland, P., Process safety indicators: a review of literature. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 40, pp. 162 – 173. (2016)
  11. Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Risk-informed decision making of safety investments by using the disproportion factor. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. vol. 100, pp. 117 – 130. (2016)
  12. Zhou, J., Reniers, G., Simulation analysis of the use of emergency resources during the emergency response to a major fire. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 44, pp. 1 – 11. (2016)
  13. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Abbassi, R., Khan, F., Vulnerability analysis of process plants subject to domino effects. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 154, pp. 127 – 136. (2016)
  14. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Application of Bayesian network and multi-criteria decision analysis to risk-based design of chemical plants. Chemical Engineering Transactions. vol. 48, pp. 223 – 228. (2016)
  15. Villa, V., Reniers, G., Cozzani, V., Application of cost-benefit analysis for the selection of process-industry related security measures. Chemical Engineering Transactions. vol. 53, pp. 103 – 108. (2016)
  16. Argenti, F., Landucci, G., Reniers, G., Probabilistic vulnerability assessment of chemical clusters subjected to external acts of interference. Chemical Engineering Transactions. vol. 48, pp. 691 – 696. (2016)
  17. Reniers, G., Terrorisme en horror in Parijs en Brussel – what’s next? Een terroristische daad met chemische stoffen?. Magazine Nationale Veiligheid en Crisisbeheersing. vol. 14:2, pp. 30 – 31. (2016)
  18. Janssens, J., Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., A decision model to allocate protective safety barriers and mitigate domino effects. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 143, pp. 44 – 52. (2015)
  19. Javidi, M., Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Reniers, G., Rashtchian, D., A multivariable model for estimation of vapor cloud explosion occurrence possibility based on a fuzzy logic approach for flammable materials. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 33, pp. 140 – 150. (2015)
  20. Talarico, L., Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Springael, J., MISTRAL: a game-theoretical model to allocate security measures in a multi-modal chemical transportation network with adaptive adversaries. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 138, pp. 105 – 114. (2015)
  21. Eini, S., Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Reniers, G., Rashtchian, D., Optimization procedure to select an inherently safer design scheme. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. vol. 93, pp. 89 – 98. (2015)
  22. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Risk-based design of process plants with regard to domino effects and land use planning. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 299, pp. 289 – 297. (2015)
  23. Reniers, G., van Lerberghe, P., van Gulijk, C., Security risk assessment and protection in the chemical and process industry. Process Safety Progress. vol. 34:1, pp. 72 – 83. (2015)
  24. Ponnet, K., Reniers, G., Kempeneers, A., The association between students’ characteristics and their reading and following safety instructions. Safety Science. vol. 71:A, pp. 56 – 60. (2015)
  25. Alileche, N., Cozzani, V., Reniers, G., Estel, L., Thresholds for domino effects and safety distances in the process industry: a review of approaches and regulations. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 143. pp. 74 – 84. (2015)
  26. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Using graph theory to analyse the vulnerability of process plants in the context of cascading effects. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 143, pp. 63 – 73. (2015)
  27. Landucci, G., Reniers, G., Cozzani, V., Salzano, E., Vulnerability of industrial facilities to attacks with improvised explosive devices aimed at triggering domino scenarios. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 143, pp. 53 – 62. (2015)
  28. Swuste, P., Theunissen, J., Reniers, G., Blokland, P., Procesveiligheidsindicatoren : een overzicht van de literatuur. Tijdschrift voor Toegepaste Arbowetenschap. vol. 28:3, pp. 82 – 98. (2015)
  29. Reniers, G., Bescherming vitale infrastructuur en gevaarlijke stoffen: ontwikkelingen en toekomstperspectieven.  Magazine Nationale Veiligheid en Crisisbeheersing. vol. 3, pp. 24 – 25. (2015)
  30. Reniers, G., Industriele veiligheid: nu en in de toekomst. NIBHV Veiligheid: Vakblad voor Bedrijfshulpverlening. vol. 63, pp. 34 – 36. (2015)
  31. Khakzad, N., Reniers, G., Protecting chemical plants against terrorist attacks: a review. Journal of Socialomics. vol. 5:1, pp. 1 – 4. (2015)
  32. Reniers, G., Security in de chemie kan en moet beter: geen noodzakelijk kwaad, maar noodzakelijk goed. Gevaarlijke Lading: Vaktijdschrift voor Vervoer, op- en Overslag van Gevaarlijke Stoffen. vol. 18:6, pp. 6 – 9. (2015)
  33. Reniers, G., Blokland, P., Total Respect Management (TR3M): a systematic management approach in aligning organizations towards performance, safety and CSR. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. vol. 4:2, pp. 1 – 22. (2015)
  34. Maas, S., Reniers, G., Development of a CSR model for practice : connecting five inherent areas of sustainable business. Journal of Cleaner Production. vol. 64, pp. 104 – 114. (2014)
  35. Cozzani, V., Khan, F., Reniers, G., Amyotte, P., Introduction to special issue on European process safety pioneers. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 28, pp. 1 – 1. (2014)
  36. Reniers, G., Brijs, T., Major accident management in the process industry : an expert tool called CESMA for intelligent allocation of prevention investments. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. vol. 92:6, pp. 779 – 788. (2014)
  37. De Boeck, A., Reniers, G., Cools, M., Easton, M., van den Herrewegen, E., Optimizing security policies and practices in the port of Antwerp: actors, perceptions and recommendations. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering. vol. 4:1, pp. 1 – 16. (2014)
  38. Pasman, H., Reniers, G., Past, present and future of quantitative risk assessment (QRA) and the incentive it obtained from land-use planning (LUP). Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 28, pp. 2 – 9. (2014)
  39. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Preparing for major terrorist attacks against chemical clusters : intelligently planning protection measures w.r.t. domino effects. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. vol. 92:6, pp. 583 – 589. (2014)
  40. Zamparini, L., Reniers, G., Preventing man-made disaster in the European Union: the shamrock transportation security assessment scheme. Disaster Advances. vol. 7:9, pp. 66 – 72. (2014)
  41. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Khan, F., Amyotte, P., Resilience of chemical industrial areas through attenuation-based security. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 131, pp. 94 – 101. (2014)
  42. Reniers, G., Een goed veiligheidsbeleid leidt tot excellente bedrijven. KMO-Insider: Nieuwsbrief voor Bedrijfsleiders. vol. 124, pp. 50 – 52. (2014)
  43. Reniers, G., Ponnet, K., Kempeneers, A., Higher education chemical lab safety interventions: efficacious or ineffective?. Journal of Chemical Health and Safety. vol. 21:1, pp. 4 – 8. (2014)
  44. Reniers, G., Megatrends in veiligheidskunde : nieuwe wijn in oude vaten en andersom. Arbo: Vakblad over Arbeidsomstandigheden. vol. 9, pp. 8 – 11. (2014)
  45. Reniers, G., Veiligheid houdt zich niet aan bedrijfsgrens. Safety! Magazine voor Professionals in Veilig Werken. vol. 7:3, pp. 28 – 31. (2014)
  46. Reniers, G., Safety management systems: history, approach, design, elaboration and implementation, reference module. Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering. pp. 1 – 8. (2014)
  47. Zamparini, L., Reniers, G., A comparative study of hazardous material transportation security issues in Flanders and in Apulia. Security Journal. vol. 26:2, pp. 142 – 156. (2013)
  48. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., A method to assess multi-modal Hazmat transport security vulnerabilities: Hazmat transport SVA. Transport Policy. vol. 28, pp. 103 – 113. (2013)
  49. Reniers, G., Herdewel, D., Wybo, J., A threat assessment review planning (TARP) decision flowchart for complex industrial areas. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 26:6, pp. 1662 – 1669. (2013)
  50. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., An approach for optimal allocation of safety resources : using the knapsack problem to take aggregated cost-effective preventive measures. Risk Analysis. vol. 33:11, pp. 2056 – 2067. (2013)
  51. Baesi, S., Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Hassan, Hassan, C.R.C., Hamid, M.D., Reniers, G., Application of a multi-plant QRA : a case study investigating the risk impact of the construction of a new plant on an existing chemical plant’s risk levels. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 26:5, pp. 895 – 903. (2013)
  52. Reniers, G., Avoiding occupational accidents and man-made disasters: a semi-qualitative study in 27 companies investigating factors influencing safety stall points. Disaster Advances. vol. 6:12, pp. 30 – 43. (2013)
  53. Reniers, G., Cluster thinking as part of sustainable chemical plants. Chimica oggi. vol. 31:2, pp. 30 – 33. (2013)
  54. Reniers, G., Gidron, Y., Do cultural dimension predict prevalence of fatal work injuries in Europe?. Safety Science. vol. 58, pp. 76 – 80. (2013)
  55. Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Bab, V., Rashtchian, D., Reniers, G., Fire dynamics simulation of multiple ethanol poolfires. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment. vol. 17:9, pp. 3 – 9. (2013)
  56. Aven, T., Reniers, G., How to define and interpret a probability in a risk and safety setting. Safety Science. vol. 51:1, pp. 223 – 231. (2013)
  57. Yuan, Z., Khakzad, N., Khan, F., Amyotte, P., Reniers, G., Risk-based design of safety measures to prevent and mitigate dust explosion hazards. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. vol. 52:50, pp. 18095 – 18108. (2013)
  58. Kempeneers, A., Reniers, G., The importance of lab safety courses and lab safety practices in higher education. International Journal of Chemistry. vol. 2:4, pp. 507 – 512. (2013)
  59. Blokland, P., Reniers, G., Total respect management : an innovative engineering management practice to deal with the complexities and society’s expectations of todays industrial activities. Engineering Management Reviews. vol. 2:1, pp. 1 – 7. (2013)
  60. Reniers, G., Blokland, P., Alle management is eigenlijk risicomanagement. Papillio Magazine. pp. 104 – 106. (2013)
  61. Reniers, G., Cuypers, S., Pavlova, Y., A game-theory based multi-plant collaboration model (MCM) for cross-plant prevention in a chemical cluster. Journal of hazardous materials. vol. 209, pp. 164 – 176. (2012)
  62. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Dullaert, W., A multi-attribute systemic risk index for comparing and prioritizing chemical industrial areas. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 98:1, pp. 35 – 42. (2012)
  63. Reniers, G., Anthone, Y., A ranking of safety journals using different measurement methods. Safety Science. vol. 50:7, pp. 1445 – 1451. (2012)
  64. Bos, K., Reniers, G., An expert tool for integrating safety into project management. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering. vol. 2:2, pp. 131 – 144. (2012)
  65. Mortelmans, S., Reniers, G., Chemical distribution in Belgium from 2007 to 2010 : an empirical study. vol. 9:2, pp. 105 – 113. (2012)
  66. Amyotte, P., Miyake, A., Reniers, G., Happy 90th birthday, Trevor!. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 25:5, pp. 761 – 762. (2012)
  67. Reniers, G., Integrating risk and sustainability : a holistic and integrated framework for optimizing the risk decision and expertise rad (ORDER). Disaster Advances. vol. 5:2, pp. 25 – 32. (2012)
  68. Reniers, G., Amyotte, P., Prevention in the chemical and process industries : future directions, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 25:1, pp. 227 – 231. (2012)
  69. Reniers, G., Security of multimodal hazmat transports : empirical findings and future directions. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering. vol. 2:1, pp. 69 – 79. (2012)
  70. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., TePiTri: a screening method for assessing terrorist-related pipeline transport risks. Security Journal. vol. 25:2, pp. 173 – 186. (2012)
  71. Audenaert, A., De Mey, E., Reniers, G., Patient variables determining treatment protocol and related economical impact in occupational rotator cuff tears. WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine. vol. 9:1, pp. 24 – 33. (2012)
  72. Pavlova, Y., Reniers, G., A sequential-move game for enhancing safety and security cooperation within chemical clusters. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 186:1, pp. 401 – 406. (2011)
  73. Reniers, G., Cremer, K., Buytaert, J., Continuously and simultaneously optimizing an organisation’s safety and security culture and climate : the improvement diamond for excellence achievement and leadership in safety and security (IDEAL S&S). Journal of Cleaner Production. vol. 19:11, pp. 1239 – 1249. (2011)
  74. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Pauwels, N., Soudan, K., Empirical validation of a real options theory based method for optimizing evacuations decisions within chemical plants. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 186:1, pp. 779 – 787. (2011)
  75. Reniers, G., Investigating the factors facilitating (a.o. safety and security) collaboration in the chemical sector. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering. vol. 1:1, no. 18 – 32. (2011)
  76. Vierendeels, G., Reniers, G., Ale, B., Modeling the major accident legislation change process within Europe. Safety Science. vol. 49:3, pp. 513 – 521. (2011)
  77. Reniers, G., Terrorism security in the chemical industry: results of a qualitative investigation. Security Journal. vol. 24:1, pp. 69 – 84. (2011)
  78. Reniers, G., Petre, C., Een method voor de continue optimalisatie van de kwaliteit van het beheer van operationele bezettingen in een chemische onderneming. Veiligheidsnieuws. vol. 46:170, pp. 41 – 47. (2011)
  79. Reniers, G., Petre, C., Een risicoanalyse methode voor wijzigingen van operationele bezettingen. Veiligheidsnieuws. vol. 45:172, pp. 7 – 11. (2011)
  80. Vanneuville, W., Kellens, W., De Maeyer, P., Reniers, G., Witlox, F., Is ‘flood risk management’ identical to ‘flood disaster management’?. Earthzine. vol. 4:1. (2011)
  81. Reniers, G., A framework for the integration of safety and security in case of critical infrastructure protection (FISSCIP). Disaster Advances. vol. 3:4, pp. 4 – 12. (2010)
  82. Reniers, G., Soudan, K., A game-theoretical approach for reciprocal security-related prevention investment decisions. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. vol. 95:1, pp. 1 – 9. (2010)
  83. Reniers, G., A management of change approach for assessing and evaluating operational staffing levels (MocESL) in chemical plants. Safety Science. vol. 48:7, pp. 885 – 893. (2010)
  84. Reniers, G., A novel methodology for evaluating the change of existing operational staffing levels (MCSL) in the chemical industry. Safety Science. vol. 48:2, pp. 179 – 185. (2010)
  85. Reniers, G., An external domino effects investment approach to improve cross-plant safety within chemical clusters. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 177, pp. 167 – 174. (2010)
  86. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Visser, L., Empirically based development of a framework for advancing and stimulating collaboration in the chemical industry (ASC): creating sustainable chemical industry park. Journal of Cleaner Production. vol. 18:16, pp. 1587 – 1597. (2010)
  87. Audenaert, A., Prims, J., Reniers, G., Weyns, D., Audenaert, E., Mahieu, P., Evaluation and economic impact analysis of different treatment options for ankle distortions in occupational accidents. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. vol. 16:5, pp. 933 – 939. (2010)
  88. Reniers, G., Optimizing and balancing operational manning levels and SHEQ within chemical companies. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 23:1, pp. 60 – 70. (2010)
  89. Reniers, G., Geelen, H., Goris, E., Audenaert, A., REACH implementation costs in the Belgian food industry: a semi-qualitative study. Journal of Business Chemistry. vol. 7:2, pp. 81 – 88. (2010)
  90. Reniers, G., de Jongh, K., Gorrens, B., Lauwers, D., van Leest, M., Witlox, F., Transportation risk analysis tool for hazardous substances (TRANS): a user-friendly, semi-quantitative multi-mode hazmat transport route safety risk estimation methodology for Flanders. Transportation Research: Part D: Transport and Environment. vol. 15, pp. 489 – 496. (2010)
  91. Reniers, G., van Heuverswyn, K., Onderzoek naar prestatie-indicatoren voor beveiliging in organisaties. Private Veiligheid. vol. 46, pp. 38 – 43. (2010)
  92. Reniers, G., van Heuverswyn, K., Nieuwe norm voor risicobeheer geschikt voor beveiliging. Beveiliging Managementblad. vol. 23, pp. 99 – 101. (2010)
  93. Virkki-Hatakka, T., Reniers, G., A case-based reasoning safety decision-support tool: nextcase/safety. Expert Systems with Applications. vol: 36:7, pp. 10374 – 10380. (2009)
  94. Reniers, G., An optimizing hazard/risk analysis review planning (HARP) framework for complex chemical plants. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 22:2, pp. 133 – 139. (2009)
  95. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Chemical plant innovative safety investments decision-support methodology. Journal of Safety Research. vol. 40:6, pp. 411 – 419. (2009)
  96. Reniers, G., Ale, B.J.M., Dullaert, W., Soudan, K., Designing continuous safety improvement within chemical industrial areas. Safety Science. vol. 47:5, pp. 578 – 590. (2009)
  97. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Soudan, K., Domino effects within a chemical cluster: a game-theoretical modeling approach by using Nash-equilibrium. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 167:1, pp. 289 – 293. (2009)
  98. Audenaert, A., Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Peremans, H., Evaluation of the limit load capacity of masonry arch bridges. WSEAS Transactions on Applied and Theoretical Mechanics. vol. 4:4, pp. 137 – 146. (2009)
  99. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Ale, B.J.M., Pauwels, N., Soudan, K., Making evacuation decisions by using discrete-time approximation methodology. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 164:2-3, pp. 490 – 496. (2009)
  100. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Soudan, K., Shaping a novel security approach in chemical industrial clusters to prevent large-scale domino events. Security Journal. vol. 22:2, pp. 119 – 142. (2009)
  101. Reniers, G., Sorensen, K., Innovatie, logistiek en zorgbeheer als promotoren van duurzame chemie in Vlaanderen. Het Ingenieursblad : Maandblad van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Ingenieursvereniging KVIV / Koninklijke Vlaamse Ingenieursvereniging. vol. 78:6, pp. 14 – 17. (2009)
  102. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Pauwels, N., Ale, B.J.M, Soudan, K., A multiple shutdown method for managing evacuation in case of major fire accidents in chemical clusters. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 152:2, pp. 750 – 756. (2008)
  103. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Cross-industriele perceptive op het Belgische welzijnsbeleid. Kwartaalschrift Economie: Tijdschrift voor Algemeen – en Bedrijfseconomische Vraagstukken. vol. 5:3, pp. 307 – 320. (2008)
  104. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Innovatief kosten/baten model voor de optimalisatie van beslissingen aangaande veiligheidsinvesteringen in een chemische onderneming. Review of Business and Economics. vol. 53:3, pp. 317 – 346. (2008)
  105. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Knock-on accident prevention in a chemical cluster. Expert Systems with Applications. vol. 34:1, pp. 42 – 49. (2008)
  106. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Audenaert, A., Ale, B.J.M., Soudan, K., Managing domino effect-related security of industrial areas. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 21:3, pp. 336 – 343. (2008)
  107. Reniers, G., Audenaert, A., Preventing intentional disasters by investigating the security of chemical industrial areas. Disaster Advances. vol. 1:2, pp. 14 – 19. (2008)
  108. Reniers, G., Verswyver, T., Cools, M., Dullaert, W., Het “security”-beleid in de chemische procesindustrie: een kwalitatieve studie. Private Veiligheid. vol. 36, pp. 26 – 29. (2008)
  109. Audenaert, A., Peremans, H., Reniers, G., An analytical model to determine the ultimate load on masonry arch bridges. Journal of Engineering Mathematics. vol. 59:3, pp. 323 – 336. (2007)
  110. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., DomPrevPlanning: user-friendly software for planning domino effects prevention. Safety Science. vol. 45:10, pp. 1060 – 1081. (2007)
  111. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Verschueren, F., Soudan, K., Engineering an instrument to evaluate safety critical manning arrangement in chemical industrial areas. Journal of Business Chemistry. vol. 4:2, pp. 60 – 75. (2007)
  112. Reniers, G., Pauwels, N., Audenaert, A., Ale, B.J.M, Soudan, K., Management of evacuation in case of fire accidents in chemical industrial areas. Journal of Hazardous Materials. vol. 147:1-2, pp. 478 – 487. (2007)
  113. Reniers, G., Operations research methods in preventing domino accidents in the chemical process industry. 4 OR: a Quarterly Journal of Operation Research. vol. 5:3, pp. 265 – 268. (2007)
  114. Reniers, G., Ale, B.J.M, Dullaert, W., Foubert, B., Decision support systems for major accident prevention in the chemical process industry: a developers’ survey. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industry. vol. 19:6, pp. 604 – 620. (2006)
  115. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Ale, B.J.M, Soudan, K., Developing an external domino accident prevention framework: Hazwim. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 18:3, pp. 127 – 138. (2005)
  116. Reniers, G., Dullaert, W., Soudan, K., The use of current risk analysis tools for preventing external domino accidents. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. vol. 18:3, pp. 119 – 126. (2005)
  117. Reniers, G., Karel, S., Risicoanalyseprocedures in de scheikundige nijverheid: resultaten van een semi-kwalitatief onderzoek bij 24 chemische plants. Economisch en Sociaal Tijdschrift/ Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ingantius te Antwerpen. vol. 57:3, pp. 249 – 274. (2003)