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Contracting and Safety: Lessons from Observing an Outsourcing Process “in the Making”

Abstract : Drawing from an inductive study at a nuclear plant, this chapter provides insights about an outsourcing situation that is barely studied in the literature, i.e. an outsourcing process (1) “in the making” of (2) a production activity. We highlight how practical, professional and contractual arrangements are elaborated throughout the progressive transfer of the activity. We discuss, from a situated perspective, the positive and negative effects of outsourcing in the short term and draw attention to key lessons for ensuring safe industrial performance in the long term.
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Stéphanie Tillement, Geoffrey Leuridan. Contracting and Safety: Lessons from Observing an Outsourcing Process “in the Making”. Jan Hayes; Stéphanie Tillement. Contracting and Safety - Exploring Outsourcing practices in High-hazard Industries, Springer International Publishing, pp.9-17, 2022, SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology, 978-3-030-89791-8. ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-89792-5_2⟩. ⟨hal-03702126⟩

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