Madni and Jackson [84]

Reviewed resilience from multiple perspectives, provided a conceptual framework for understanding and analysing disruptions, and presented a number of principles that could be used to build resilient systems.

Schafer, et al. [57]

Reviewed origins and concepts of RE, made propositions for implementing RE through lean manufacturing principles in the construction industry.

Branlat and Woods [90]

Discuss resilient behaviours exhibited by expert practitioners in high-risk situations, and how complex adaptive systems can be developed to improve system resilience.

Han, et al. [58]

Investigated how organisations perceived change in safety culture and restored it to an acceptable state using a RE perspective, proposed a model of safety management based on interactions between workers, managers and organisation in construction

Furniss, et al. [102]

Presented a framework for decomposing RE at multiple levels and used these to examine resilient episodic behaviours in a nuclear power plant.

Kitamura [91]

Reviewed why the lessons previously learnt from nuclear disasters such as Three Mile Island and Chernobyl were not sufficient for preventing the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, and how RE could supplement existing strategies to improve nuclear safety.

Macchi, et al. [91]

Developed a Dimensions of Integrated Safety Culture (DISC) by integrating key attributes of OR espoused by Hollnagel [49] and used these to assess RE in the healthcare and nuclear domains.

Dinh, et al. [103]

Explored principles and factors which could be used to improve resilience of chemical plant.

Shirali, et al. [60]

Assessed the challenges of developing RE and adaptive capacity in a Chemical process plant.

Tamvakis and Xenidis [104]

Discussed basic parameters of RE; decomposed road, rail, maritime and air transportation systems and presented a framework through which RE could be explored in this system.

Tveiten, et al. [105]

Investigated how resilience could be engineered in emergency management by making it part of continuous risk and hazard management in the Norwegian oil and gas industry.

Wachs, et al. [106]

Investigated how non-technical skills could be re-interpreted from a RE perspective in electricity distribution.