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Book Chapter
C. Owen, Mesman, J., Marc, J., and Rogalski, J., Accomplishing Reliability within Fallible Systems, in Risky Work Environments: Reappraising Human Work Within Fallible Systems, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 99-148.
C. Owen, Conclusion: Towards developmental work within complex and falliable systems, in Risky Work Environments: Reappraising Human Work Within Fallible Systems, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 197-206.
C. Owen and Bremner, P. A., Firefighter decision making at the local incident and regional/state control levels, in Human Factors Challenges in Emergency Management Enhancing Individual and Team Performance in Fire and Emergency Services, Ashgate, 2014.
C. Owen, Beguin, P., and Wackers, G., Introduction: Shifting the Focus to Human Work within omplex Socio-technical Systems, in Risky Work Environments: Reappraising Human Work Within Fallible Systems, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 1-10.
C. Owen, Near-Misses and Mistakes in Risky Work: An Exploration of Work Practices in High-3 Environments, in Risky Work Environments: Reappraising Human Work Within Fallible Systems, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 173-196.
Conference Paper
C. Owen, The changing nature of emergency services multi-agency coordination, in Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
Journal Article
C. Owen, Analysing the activity of work in emergency incident management, Activites, vol. 4, 2007.
J. Hamra, Hossain, L., Owen, C., and Abbasi, A., Effects of networks on learning during emergency events, Disaster Prevention and Management, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 584-598, 2012.
I. Dwyer and Owen, C., Emergency Incident Management: An Evolving Incident Control System Framework, Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, vol. 3, no. 02, pp. 66 - 75, 2009.
C. Owen, Gendered communication and public safety: Women, men and incident management, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 3-10, 2013.
C. Owen, Improving information flow in multi-agency emergency response, Journal of Emergency Management, 2008.
C. Owen, Instructor beliefs and their mediation of instructor strategies, Journal of Workplace Learning, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 477 - 495, 2009.
C. Owen, Multiple agency incident management organising: past, present, and future challenges, Journal of Organizational Studies, 2008.
J. Hamra, Wigand, R., Hossain, L., and Owen, C., Network effects on learning during emergency events, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 2013.
A. Abbasi, Owen, C., Hossain, L., and Hamra, J., Social Connectedness and Adaptive Team Coordination During Fire Events, Fire Safety Journal, vol. 59, pp. 30-36, 2013.
C. Owen, Challenges and implications facing senior personnel engaged at regional and state levels of emergency management operation coordination, 2012.
C. Owen, Bosomworth, K., and Brooks, B., Discussion paper synopsis: challenges for strategic emergency management, 2013.PDF icon discussion_paper_synopsis.pdf (782.88 KB)
G. Hickey and Owen, C., Guidelines for enhancing Incident Management Team communication in Incident Control Centres, 2009.PDF icon guidelines_for_enhancing_communications_in_incident_control_centres.pdf (2.48 MB)
S. Stack and Owen, C., The Inala Road On-site Learning Field Ride Final Report, 2014.PDF icon inala_road_field_ride_final_report_web.pdf (13.49 MB)
C. Owen, Information systems implications for information flow between layers in emergency management coordination, 2012.PDF icon infomation_systems_implications_for_information_flow_between_layers_in_em_coord_report.pdf (457.4 KB)
C. Owen, Douglas, J., and Hickey, G., Mapping information flow to emergency partner organisations during fire-related critical events, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria, 2008.
C. Owen, Dwyer, I., Douglas, J., and Hickey, G., Observation Schedule for use in Phase Three, University of Tasmania, 2007.
C. Owen, Bhandari, R., Bearman, C., Abbasi, A., and Brooks, B., Organising for Effective Incident Management Final Report, 2014.PDF icon organising_for_effective_incident_management_final_report.pdf (1.6 MB)